Yom HaShoah 2022

Wednesday night begins the internationally recognized date for Holocaust Remembrance Day that corresponds to the 27th day of Nisan on the Hebrew calendar. It marks the anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. In Hebrew, Holocaust Remembrance Day is called Yom HaShoah.

Here are the names of the 68 relatives I've traced so far while doing my Genealogy, who were murdered in the Holocaust. 

(May their lives be for a blessing) 

Aaron Bas
Gita Bas
Yehudah Bas
Khaia Zisla Bavarsky
Leizer Bavarsky
Movsha Yankel Bavarsky
Rokha Bavarsky
Mere Tsipe Chait
Meyer Chait
Malka Etsman
Shaya (Ovsei) Feldman
Gitl Gordon
Leizer Katz
Minna Katz
Sholom Vulf Katz
Yerachmiel Israel Katz
Zelick Katz
Chaim Leyb Khaet
Mendel Peysakh Khaet
Feige Freide Khait
Khaie Rivke Khait
Leib Ariyeh Abel Khait
Libe Pese Khait
Nayer Bek (Bok) Khait
Sheina Rivka Khait
Sheine Kreinde Khait
Shore Khait
Sore Khait
Taube Reiza Khait
Eyda Feyga Khashes
Chane Yettie Knobler
Leib (Leo) Kreiger
Rivka Kreiger
Dina Beila Kriger (Feldman)
Abram (ben Gershon) Kriger
Basa Kriger
Eliash ben Gershon Kriger
Ester Kriger
Faivush Kriger
Girsh (ben Gershon) Kriger
Israel (ben Movsha) Kriger
Khaim Kriger
Meier Kriger
Mera Kriger
Movsha Iosel (ben Leyb) Kriger
Rokha Kriger
Feiga Mikhla Levin
Chaya Sora Linda
Moishe Abel Aba Magid
Perl (Pnina) Magid
Zelda Magid
Mushka Naimark

Rebeka Oks

Zejlik Oks

Tauba Palutinsky
Israel Rozenfeld
Sora Taiba Rozenfeld
Dobke Sandler
Frieda Sandler
Metuka Zisa  Segal
Moshe Segal
Rakhil Liba Sladovnik
Aaron Shulim Shkurnik Itsko Shkurnik Leja Szkurnik Motel Mordekhai Shkurnik Sara Kuperman Shkurnik
Iosel Tabakin



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