WE REMEMBER PABIANICE!
Lodz Region, Lask province iamhere

PABIANICE, Poland
Pabianice, Pabenits, Pabjanice, Pabnitz, Pabyanets, Pabyanitse
Latitude / Longitude: 5140'/1922'
126.6 miles SW of Warsaw

A Map

Only one stone stands for ever in death camp Chelmno, memorial to the Jewish martyrs of the town of Pabianice:

"To the memory of the Jews of the town Pabianice, who were murdered in this site and their remains are buried in a mass grave. Honor to their memory!
The Organization of the Jewish ex residents of Pabianice."

The Yizkor Book of Pabianice:
"Sefer Pabianice"
Memorial book of Pabianice
A. W. Yassni
Tel Aviv
Former Residents of Pabianice in Israel
1956, 419 p. Hebrew, Yiddish
.

The Yizkor Book of Pabianice (NYC Public Library)

Pinkas Hakehilot Encyclopaedia of Jewish Communities POLAND Vol I,

Pinkas Hakehilot: The Communities of Lodz and its Region, published by
YAD VASHEM Martyrs and Heroes Remembrance Authority
Jerusalem 1976
Editors: Danuta Dabrowska and Abraham Wein
Authors: Pesach Kopel Jacob Goldberg, Danuta Dabrowska, Abraham Wein, Aharon Jakubowicz, Aharon Weiss

PABIANICE
Pages 172-180
Written by Jacob Goldberg, Danuta Dabrowska and Abraham Wein

Year

Population

Jews

1793/94

572

15

1808

844

27

1827

1433

90

1857

4365

751

1897

26764

5017

1921

29666

7230

1931

37000

8357

1.9.1939

(?)

9000-8500

Index of the names in the article:

SURNAME

Name

Page Nr.

ALTER

Abraham, Rabbi

175

ALTER

Itcze Meir, Rabbi

175

ALTER

Menachem Mendel, Rabbi

175

ALTER

Yehoszua

176

BARUCH

Brothers

174

BARUCH

Moshe

172

BEN AVRAHAM

Szmuel, Rabbi

173

BER

-

176

BIRENBAUM-SZLIKOWICZ

Hela

177

BORENSZTEJN

David, Rabbi

175

BRYN

Mordechai

176

CHAMURA

Abraham

176

FAUST

-

173

FINKELSZTEJN

David, Rabbi

173

FINKELSZTEJN

Rabbi

173

FUKS

Lea

173

FUKS

-

175

GLAS

Jechiel

176

GLEZER

Leon, Dr.

180

GOLDBLUM

A.

176

GOLDBLUM

-

176,180

GRINBAUM

Yosek

179

GRINSZTEJN

Jakob

180

GRINSZTEJN

Wife of Jakob

180

HAJMAN

Jecheskel

176

HENOCH

Chanoch, Rabbi

173

HOROWICZ

Rarie, Rabbi

175

KOCHMAN

Aron

173

KOCHMAN

Jecheskel

176

KOCHMAN

Wolf

173

KOLSKI

Icek

173

KUCZINSKI

Jakob, Rabbi

173

KUPERWASSER

Abba

176

LAJZER

Israel

173

LEWIN

-

176

LIDZWARSKI

-

176

LUBRANIECKI

Jakob

176

MAKOWSKI (OR MARKOWSKI)

Szymon

179

MAROCCO

Lemel

176

MIAZLOWICZ

Rabbi

175

ORBACH

Leon

176

ORBACH

Sz.

176

ORBACH

-

173,176

ORBAN

Szmuel

173

PAKIN

Leon

174

PAPIERNIK

Abram

173

PIK

David, Rabbi

173

RADOSZCZICZ

Rabbi

175

RIES

Yosef, Rabbi

173

RUBINSZTEIN

Jechiel

176,179,180

STEINHORN

Szmelka

176

STERN

Y.

176

SZAPIRA

Advocate

176

SZEJNICZKI

Jakob

176

SZWARCWASSER

Josef, Dr.

173

SZWEIDER

Dr.

178

WEBER

-

176

WEINSZTEIN

-

174,176

WOLTFREID

Emanuel, Rabbi

175

YALINOWICZ

Israel

176

YALINOWICZ

Wolf

176

ZARSKI

-

176

ZILBERSZTEJN

-

174

ZOLA

Dawid

176

ZWADECZKI

Haim

174

-

Yeszaya, Rabbi from Przedborz

175

"A Mother and her Two Children at Auschwitz" the Holocaust Testimony of Ester Wajs from Pabianice

History & Genealogy

The Cemetery

List of All Surnames Contained In Jewish Civil Records of The Town of Pabianice In The Lodz JRI-Poland/PSA Archives Project.

The Simon Wiesenthal Center: Pabianice

LINKS

Jewish Genealogy: JRI

LARG - Lodz Area Research Group

Lodz and Its Region

Lask

Chelmno - the End

The Death March, 16 May 1942
Pictures taken by the local Scouts Movement ("Szarych Szeregow") of Pabianice and published recently in a book in Polish, written by
Roman Peska: "They were Doomed to Death - The Jews of Pabianice 1794-1998", Pabianice, 1999.

My Message:

Anyone from Pabianice who wishes to contribute an article/necrology list/testimony/translations from the Yizkor Book etc is kindly requested to contact me.

Ada Holtzman
Tel Aviv, 22 January 2001

A Message in JRI - Jewish Records Indexing - Poland
Subject: Pabianice - A New JRI-Poland Shtetl Co-Op Project!
From: "Alan Glixman
Date: Tue, 4 Mar 2003 22:47:54 +1100

I'm writing to let you know that a new JRI-Poland Shtetl Co-Op project has been started to index the birth, death and marriage records from 3 LDS films for Pabianice. Pabianice is 11.5 km SW of Lodz.

The years being covered by this project are from 1831 through to 1870.

We're well underway ... details have already been extracted from almost 1500 records of the approx. 2300 records involved. The entries include approx. 1500 births, 180 marriages, and 650 deaths.

I'm hoping that some of you will consider volunteering to assist with the project so we can finish it off soon.

For those thinking of helping, we need people to do proof-reading. This will be comparing names in a Microsoft Excel list with copies of index pages - you don't have to be able to read Polish or be a computer expert!

There is also some work that requires people who can read the Polish or Russian (Cyrillic) records from the films and extract names. I'd really love to hear from anyone who can help out with this.

If you can help or if you would like to know more about this project, then please contact me
Regards
Alan Glixman, Sydney, Australia
Pabianice Shtetl Co-Op Coordinator

SHALOM PABIANICE!

Last updated January 11th, 2007