Abram Seideman Testimony: Index

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SURNAME

Name

Notes

 

Moishe and Brayne

Bakers in Yanov

 

Zanwel

Tailor in Yanov

Apple

Chava

 

Baruch

Benyomen

Gombiner Locksmith

Baruch

 

Benyomen's brother

Bauman

Itzhak

Golda's brother in law

Ber

Menasze

 

Bol

Fawisz

 

Celemenski

Gitl

Nee Finkelszteyn (M.H.)

Celemenski

 

Husband of Gitl

Celemenski

 Brunek

Gitl' son, killed in Israel Sinai War 1956 M.H. 

Cohen

Lajzer

 

Cohen

Lajzer

 

Cohen

Rivka

Sister of Lajzer

Ettinger

Miriam

 

Findik

Mordechai

 

Friedland

Welvek

 

Fuks

Natalia

 

Gelbert

Malka

Golda's mother

Gelbert

Moishe

Golda's brother

Glicksman

 

Warsaw attorney in Russia

Itzhak Wirobek

 

 

Kesele

Mayer

And his wife

Lajzerszteyn

Rachel

 

Laski

Chana

Golda's cousin, married in the Ghetto Pinkus Gostynski

Laski

Freydl

Nee Kilbert, Golda's aunt

Laski

Mendel

Golda's cousin ,Survived

Laski

Sara

Golda's cousin

Laski

Shmuel

Golda's cousin, Survived

Laski

Wolf

Golda's uncle

Laski

Muniek

 

Lurie

 Chaim

Former Chairman of the Gombin Jewish Community

Mitzenmacher

Chaya Aydl

 

Niederman

Moishe

 

Pomerantz

 

Yanov Jew

Prawda

Faivish

 

Rogozynski

 

One of two brothers hid in Bialystok

Rogozynski

 

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Schwartz

Natan

 

Seideman

Abram

The survivor

Seideman

Golda

Abram's wife, nee Gelbert

Seideman

Hersch Nussen

Abram's brother

Seideman

Hannah

Daughter of Abram and Golda

Seideman

Mayer

Abram's brother

Seideman

Ruzia

Abram's sister

Shekarka

 

Son-in-law from Eretz Israel

Shekarka

 

Daughter with child killed in Gombin's bombardment

Shlang

Moishe

wagon owner

Wolman,

Moshe

 

Wruble

Mendel

 

Zaliszynski

Jazik

 

Zielonka

Noah

and wife

 

Towns and places

Afghanistan

Alma Ata

Archangelsk region

Basarova

Basharova

Bialystok

Brest Litovsk

Bug River

Djambul

Gombin

Karaganda

Karushi

Kotlas

Kuybishev

Motele

Pinsk

Poland

Russia

Saratov

Severnaya Dvina River

Siberia

Slovatich

Swislowicz

Uzbekistan Guzari

Vistula River

Volsk

Warsaw

Wroclaw

Yanov

 

 


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