The Names are Remembered!

Lee Berendt, Holocaust survivor from the small community Sompolno identifies 98(!) names of the Holocaust victims shown in this picture before deportation.

Lee Berendt may be contacted by his son, Charles Berendt
Mr. Berendt address:
31 Blauvelt Street
Nanuet, New York 10954-3304
USA

Lee Berendt writes:


"Not all of the people who are in the picture were sent away. Some were there to a see off a son or a sibling. Others were sent back from Kolo where a German commission looked over each subject. Some were too old or too young and were sent back to Sompolno. In addition, the names are spelled out phonetically in order to accommodate the American typewriter"

WE REMEMBER JEWISH SOMPONO!

Name

Surname

nr

Szlamek

Abramowicz

17

Ajman

Ajman (boy)

44

-

Ancer - third son of the Ancer family

50

Hersz

Ancer (oldest son)

57

Josef

Ancer (second oldest of three sons of the Ancer family)

46

Shlome

Apelbaum

85

Josef

Beatus

27

-

Berger

72

Abram

Bielawski

82

Jacob

Bigos

29

Bolek

Bigos

67

Laibusz

Bondzdruw

20

Shmuel

Bondzdruw

43

Sucher

Bornstein

76

Szymon

Boruch

21

Moshe Abram

Boruch

91

Laibusz

Chabe

22

Jacob

David Witkowski

86

Fiszel

Dobrzinski

6

Israel

Dobrzinski

14

Michal

Engelman

13

Abram Jacob

Ferszt

35

David

Ferszt

97

Moniek

Fogel

34

Idek

Glowinski

49

Mendel

Goldberg

79

Jide

Goldberg

89

Majer

Hamburger

40

Shiye

Herszenbaum

69

Hersz Jacob

Izbicki

54

Nachme

Jachimowitz

10

-

Jakubowski (Kaliska Street)

95

-

Jakubowski from Rynek

8

Laizer

Jona Weingart

51

-

Kaliszer's son-in-law

75

-

Kihn from the town of Mostki

3

-

Kive

9

-

Kive (younger)

68

David

Kolski

1

Israel

Kolski

2

Josef Chaim

Kotowski

39

Chune

Kuczinski

5

David

Kurtz

92

Ucze

Labuszynski

78

Abram

Lachman

23

Moshe

Laimer

63

Laimer's

Laimer's nephew

38

Uszer

Landau (Nitke)

96

Pinchus

Leszczinski

16

Jacob

Leszczinski

31

Josef

Lewi

65

Michal

Lubraniecki

71

-

Madalinski

94

Josef

Mendelowicz

70

Jide Hersz

Mortke

18

Mordche

Moszkowicz

25

Shiye

Moszkowicz

26

Aaron

Moszkowicz

58

-

Moszkowicz (committee man)

93

Wolf Fiszel

Naiman

11

Szymon

Naiman

53

-

Nelkin's nephew (a glazier)

80

Samson's

older brother

84

Shmuel

Peker

4

Roman

Peker

77

Zalusz

Perec

32

-

Piotrkowski

28

-

Piotrkowski

33

Laibusz

Piotrkowski

52

Jacob

Piotrkowski

59

-

Piotrkowski - three brothers-in-law

74

Chaim

Poznaiski

30

Moshe

Pruszniewski

60

Iser

Reichert

15

Leon Laib

Rybinski

56

Abram

Samson

83

-

Spigel (on whose yard the picture was taken)

98

-

Szlamowicz (a tailor)

36

Majer

Szrajer

87

Elia

Tatz

37

-

Wailand

61

Josef

Walter

90

Shlome Jacob

Weingart

7

-

Weingart (rabi)

62

Jacob

Wilczynski

12

Szoul

Wilczynski

42

Laizer

Wilczynski

45

Josef

Wilczynski

66

Moniek

Wilczynski

81

-

Wilczynski (from Kaliska Street in Sompolno)

48

-

Wisniewski

19

Chake

Witkowski

47

-

Witkowski (third son)

55

Bernard

Wolf

24

-

Zelewski (shochet's son)

73

-

Zelewski (Warsawska Street)

88

(Blacharz)

Zlotnicki

64

Mortke

-

41

 

In addition...

On February 22nd I received the following email from Isabella (Rybinski) Hoyle :

"One of the men in this photograph is my late father and his deceased brother. My father's name was Leon Laib Rybinski, born in Sompolno on April 17th, 1917. You might be interested to know that I possess the/an original of this exact photo.

My father had been in 15 concentration camps, but spent the most time in Auschwitz.
My father, before his death was invited to be interviewed and filmed by the Shoah Foundation here in Vancouver, British Columbia Canada. I also have additional original photographs and documents of membership/personal identification that were left to me by my father.

Yours truly,

Isabella (Rybinski) Hoyle"

 

Lee Berendt's Letter to Dr. Nowak, Konin Museum Poland

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