We Remember the Kanarek Family from Płock, Poland!

 

Luba Zielinski Mourns and Commemorates Her Family

 

"Dapei Ed" ("Pages of Testimony")  Submitted to Yad Vashem by Luba Zielinski, Holocaust survivor,  from 56a Rotchild St. Bat Yam 59382, Israel,  Telephone 03-5065137. All her family lived in Ul. Kwiatka 16, Płock, before the war.

 

The family was deported to Ghetto Drzewica in the Kielce region and from there deported to death in Treblinka in 1942. Their memory will not be forgotten!

 

 

 

Name

Given Name

Relation to Luba

Born

Father

Mother

Occupation

KANAREK

Ruwen

Father

1894

Mosze

Hana ne'e Szlezinger

Corn merchant

Ruwen Kanarek hy"d, father

 

KANAREK

Sara (ne'e Szajman)

Mother

1894

Dawid

Malka

Housewife

Sara Kanarek hy"d, mother

 

KANAREK

Mina

sister

1917

Ruwen

Sara

Teacher

Mina Kanarek hy"d, sister

 

GLOSZNIK

Frania ne'e KANAREK

Sister

1919

Ruwen

Sara

Dressmaker

Frania Kanarek hy"d, sister

 

GLOSZNIK

Tobiasz

Brother-in-law

 

 

 

 

Glosznik Tobiasz hy"d, brother-in-law

 

GLOSZNIK

Moniek

Nephew

1938

Tobiasz

Frania

A child

Moniek Glosznik hy"d, nephew

 

KANAREK

Regina

Sister

1920

Ruwen

Sara

Dressmaker

Regina Kanarek hy"d, sister

 

KANAREK

Dawid

Brother

1926

Ruwen

Sara

A pupil

Dawid Kanarek hy"d, brother

 

KANAREK

Estusia (Ester)

Sister

1934

Ruwen

Sara

A child

Estusia (Ester) Kanarek hy"d, sister

 

 

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