Families of Sollod

Descendants of Sollod

First Generation 
  
 	1.  UnknownA Sollod was born before 1875, the first event for which there is
a recorded date.  

	He{XE "Sollod:Unknown ( - )"} married an unknown person. 

     	Unknown Sollod{XE "Sollod:Unknown ( - )"} had the following children: 

    + 	2 	i. 	Benjamin{XE "Sollod:Benjamin (1875-dec.)"}1 Sollod{XE
"Sollod:Benjamin (1875-dec.)"} was born 1875. 
     	3 	ii. 	Bessie Sollod{XE "Sollod:Bessie (ABT 1875-dec.)"} was born about
1875.  She{XE "Sollod:Bessie (ABT 1875-dec.)"} married ? Jacob{XE "Jacob:? ( -
)"}. 
    + 	4 	iii. 	Nathan Sollod{XE "Sollod:Nathan (1877-dec.)"} was born 1877. 
    + 	5 	iv. 	Gustav Sollod{XE "Sollod:Gustav (1878-AFT 1914)"} was born
1878. 
  

 Second Generation 
 
  	2.  Benjamin1 Sollod (UnknownA) was born in Lithuania 1875.  Benjamin{XE
"Sollod:Benjamin (1875-dec.)"} died in Baltimore, Maryland.  

	He{XE "Sollod:Benjamin (1875-dec.)"} married Bluma Lubitz or Misler{XE
"Misler:Bluma Lubitz or (1878-AFT 1920)"} 1897.  Bluma{XE "Misler:Bluma Lubitz
or (1878-AFT 1920)"} was born in Lithuania 1878.  Bluma{XE "Misler:Bluma
Lubitz or (1878-AFT 1920)"} died after 1920 in Baltimore, Maryland. 

     	Benjamin Sollod{XE "Sollod:Benjamin (1875-dec.)"} and Bluma Lubitz or
Misler{XE "Misler:Bluma Lubitz or (1878-AFT 1920)"} had the following
children: 

    + 	6 	i. 	Fanny{XE "Sollod:Fanny (1898- )"}2 Sollod{XE "Sollod:Fanny
(1898- )"} was born 1898. 
     	7 	ii. 	Hyman N. "Harry" Sollod{XE "Sollod:Hyman N. "Harry"
(1899-1979)"} was born in Lithuania 5 May 1899.1  Hyman{XE "Sollod:Hyman N.
"Harry" (1899-1979)"} died January 1979 in Asheville, Buncombe, North
Carolina, at 79 years of age.  He{XE "Sollod:Hyman N. "Harry" (1899-1979)"}
married Alice Abeloff{XE "Abeloff:Alice (1906-1986)"} about 1926.  Alice{XE
"Abeloff:Alice (1906-1986)"} was born 18 November 1906.2  She{XE
"Abeloff:Alice (1906-1986)"} married Harry Nathaniel Sollod{XE "Sollod:Harry
Nathaniel (1897-1962)"}.  Alice{XE "Abeloff:Alice (1906-1986)"} died May 1986
in Asheville, Buncombe, North Carolina, at 79 years of age.3 
     	8 	iii. 	William Sollod{XE "Sollod:William (1901-AFT 1921)"} was born in
Lithuania 1901.  William{XE "Sollod:William (1901-AFT 1921)"} died after 1921.
     	9 	iv. 	HildaIda Sollod{XE "Sollod:HildaIda (1905-1905)"} was born in
Baltimore, Maryland 1905. 
   
 	4.  Nathan1 Sollod (UnknownA) was born in Lithuania 1877.  

	He{XE "Sollod:Nathan (1877-dec.)"} married Pauline Shulman{XE
"Shulman:Pauline (1887- )"} in Baltimore, Maryland, after 1904.  Pauline{XE
"Shulman:Pauline (1887- )"} was born in Boston, Massachusetts 1887. 

     	Nathan Sollod{XE "Sollod:Nathan (1877-dec.)"} and Pauline Shulman{XE
"Shulman:Pauline (1887- )"} had the following children: 

     	10 	i. 	Reba{XE "Sollod:Reba (1899-dec.)"}2 Sollod{XE "Sollod:Reba
(1899-dec.)"} was born in Baltimore, Maryland 1899.  Reba{XE "Sollod:Reba
(1899-dec.)"} died in Baltimore, Maryland. 
     	11 	ii. 	Sylvan Sollod{XE "Sollod:Sylvan (1905-1979)"} was born in
Baltimore, Maryland 15 July 1905.4  Sylvan{XE "Sollod:Sylvan (1905-1979)"}
died 12 October 1979 in Miami, Dade, Florida, at 74 years of age.5  His{XE
"Sollod:Sylvan (1905-1979)"} body was interred after 12 October 1979 in
Baltimore, Maryland, Baltimore Hebrew-Belair Road.6  He{XE "Sollod:Sylvan
(1905-1979)"} married Miriam Goldstein{XE "Goldstein:Miriam ( -AFT 1979)"}.
Miriam{XE "Goldstein:Miriam ( -AFT 1979)"} died after 1979. 
     	12 	iii. 	Thelma A. Sollod{XE "Sollod:Thelma A. (1908-1977)"} was born
in Baltimore, Maryland 9 November 1908.7  Thelma{XE "Sollod:Thelma A.
(1908-1977)"} died 22 April 1977 in Locust Point, Baltimore, Maryland, at 68
years of age.8  Her{XE "Sollod:Thelma A. (1908-1977)"} body was interred 23
April 1977 in Baltimore, Maryland, Hebrew Young Men.  She{XE "Sollod:Thelma A.
(1908-1977)"} married Jacob E. Cohen{XE "Cohen:Jacob E. ( -BEF 1977)"}.
Jacob{XE "Cohen:Jacob E. ( -BEF 1977)"} died before 1977 in Baltimore,
Maryland.9 
     	13 	iv. 	Bernard Sollod MD{XE "Sollod:Bernard, MD (1910-1983)"} was born
in Baltimore, Maryland 26 November 1910.10  Bernard{XE "Sollod:Bernard, MD
(1910-1983)"} died 28 October 1983 in Randallstown, Baltimore, Maryland, at 72
years of age.11  He{XE "Sollod:Bernard, MD (1910-1983)"} married Doris
Brown{XE "Brown:Doris ( - )"} about 1935. 
     	14 	v. 	Melvin Sollod{XE "Sollod:Melvin (1913-1986)"} was born in
Baltimore, Maryland 11 January 1913.12  Melvin{XE "Sollod:Melvin (1913-1986)"}
died February 1986 in Frederick, Maryland, at 73 years of age.13  He{XE
"Sollod:Melvin (1913-1986)"} married Mary{XE ":Mary (1912-1996)"}.  Mary{XE
":Mary (1912-1996)"} was born 17 December 1912.  Mary{XE ":Mary (1912-1996)"}
died March 1996 in Silver Spring, Montgomery, Maryland, at 83 years of age. 
     	15 	vi. 	Norman Sollod{XE "Sollod:Norman (1915- )"} was born in
Baltimore, Maryland 1915. 
   
 	5.  Gustav1 Sollod (UnknownA) was born in Russian Poland 1878.  Gustav{XE
"Sollod:Gustav (1878-AFT 1914)"} died after 1914 in Baltimore, Maryland.  

	He{XE "Sollod:Gustav (1878-AFT 1914)"} married Mollie Paymer{XE
"Paymer:Mollie (1885-AFT 1914)"} in Russian Poland, about 1905.  Mollie{XE
"Paymer:Mollie (1885-AFT 1914)"} was born in Russian Poland 1885.  Mollie{XE
"Paymer:Mollie (1885-AFT 1914)"} died after 1914 in Baltimore, Maryland. 

     	Gustav Sollod{XE "Sollod:Gustav (1878-AFT 1914)"} and Mollie Paymer{XE
"Paymer:Mollie (1885-AFT 1914)"} had the following children: 

     	16 	i. 	Isadore I.{XE "Sollod:Isadore I. (1907-1975)"}2 Sollod{XE
"Sollod:Isadore I. (1907-1975)"} was born in Baltimore, Maryland 29 January
1907.14  Isadore{XE "Sollod:Isadore I. (1907-1975)"} died 2 December 1975 in
Petersburg, Virginia, at 68 years of age.15  His{XE "Sollod:Isadore I.
(1907-1975)"} body was interred about 3 December 1975 in Baltimore, Maryland,
Beth Tfiloh.  He{XE "Sollod:Isadore I. (1907-1975)"} married Gertrude
Jolson{XE "Jolson:Gertrude ( - )"} in Baltimore, Maryland, about 1930. 
     	17 	ii. 	Florence Sollod{XE "Sollod:Florence (1910- )"} was born in
Baltimore, Maryland 1910. 
     	18 	iii. 	Herbert S. Sollod{XE "Sollod:Herbert S. (1912-1987)"} was born
in Baltimore, Maryland 9 August 1912.16  Herbert{XE "Sollod:Herbert S.
(1912-1987)"} died 16 September 1987 in Baltimore, Maryland, at 75 years of
age.17  His{XE "Sollod:Herbert S. (1912-1987)"} body was interred about 17
September 1987 in Baltimore, Maryland, Beth Tfiloh. 
     	19 	iv. 	Rena Sollod{XE "Sollod:Rena (1914- )"} was born in Baltimore,
Maryland 1914. 
 
 Third Generation 
 
  	6.  Fanny2 Sollod (Benjamin1, UnknownA) was born in Lithuania 1898.  

	She{XE "Sollod:Fanny (1898- )"} married Sandler{XE "Sandler: (ABT 1898- )"}
about 1923.  He{XE "Sandler: (ABT 1898- )"} was born about 1898. 

     	Fanny Sollod{XE "Sollod:Fanny (1898- )"} and  Sandler{XE "Sandler: (ABT
1898- )"} had the following child: 

     	20 	i. 	Robert{XE "Sandler:Robert (ABT 1925- )"}3 Sandler{XE
"Sandler:Robert (ABT 1925- )"} was born about 1925. 	


 
1.  Unknown2A Sollod was born about 1832.  Unknown2 Sollod{XE "Sollod:Unknown2
(ABT 1832- )"} had the following child: 

    + 	2 	i. 	Hyman [Hirsh]{XE "Sollod:Hyman [Hirsh] (1852-AFT 1920)"}1
Sollod{XE "Sollod:Hyman [Hirsh] (1852-AFT 1920)"} was born 1852. 
  
 Second Generation 
  
 	2.  Hyman [Hirsh]1 Sollod (Unknown2A) was born in Russia 1852.  Hyman{XE
"Sollod:Hyman [Hirsh] (1852-AFT 1920)"} died after 1920 in Baltimore,
Maryland.  

	He{XE "Sollod:Hyman [Hirsh] (1852-AFT 1920)"} married Ida (Chia)
Sadovsky?){XE "Sadovsky?):Ida (Chia) (1852-AFT 1920)"} in Russia, 1878.
Ida{XE "Sadovsky?):Ida (Chia) (1852-AFT 1920)"} was born in Russia 1852.
Ida{XE "Sadovsky?):Ida (Chia) (1852-AFT 1920)"} died after 1920 in Baltimore,
Maryland. 

     	Hyman [Hirsh] Sollod{XE "Sollod:Hyman [Hirsh] (1852-AFT 1920)"} and Ida
(Chia) Sadovsky?){XE "Sadovsky?):Ida (Chia) (1852-AFT 1920)"} had the
following children: 

     	3 	i. 	David{XE "Sollod:David (ABT 1875-BEF 1917)"}2 Sollod{XE
"Sollod:David (ABT 1875-BEF 1917)"} was born in Lithuania about 1875.1
David{XE "Sollod:David (ABT 1875-BEF 1917)"} died before 1917 in Lithuania.
He{XE "Sollod:David (ABT 1875-BEF 1917)"} married Fannie Cohen{XE
"Cohen:Fannie ( -dec.)"} in Lithuania, about 1898.  She{XE "Cohen:Fannie (
-dec.)"} married Adam Barban{XE "Barban:Adam ( - )"} in Norfolk, Virginia,
1917. 
    + 	4 	ii. 	Hannah Mollie Sollod{XE "Sollod:Hannah Mollie (1880-AFT 1946)"}
was born 1880. 
    + 	5 	iii. 	Joseph Abraham Sollod{XE "Sollod:Joseph Abraham (1887-1967)"}
was born 15 September 1887.2 
    + 	6 	iv. 	Wolfe Sollod{XE "Sollod:Wolfe (ABT 1888-1938)"} was born about
1888. 
    + 	7 	v. 	Harry Nathaniel Sollod{XE "Sollod:Harry Nathaniel (1897-1962)"}
was born 28 March 1897. 
  

 Third Generation 
  
 	4.  Hannah Mollie2 Sollod (Hyman [Hirsh]1, Unknown2A) was born in Russian
Poland 1880.  Hannah{XE "Sollod:Hannah Mollie (1880-AFT 1946)"} died after
1946 in Baltimore, Maryland.  Her{XE "Sollod:Hannah Mollie (1880-AFT 1946)"}
body was interred in Baltimore, Maryland.  

	She{XE "Sollod:Hannah Mollie (1880-AFT 1946)"} married Morris Mostovski{XE
"Mostovski:Morris (ABT 1881-BEF 1948)"} in Zheludok, Scuchin Dist., Grodno
Gub, 20 Mar 1903.  Morris{XE "Mostovski:Morris (ABT 1881-BEF 1948)"} was born
in Potoka, Lida Dist., Vilna Guberniya, Lithuania about 1881.  Morris was the
son of Chaim Ber Mostowski{XE "Mostowski:Chaim Ber (ABT 1831-ABT 1922)"} and
Tamara Ferder{XE "Ferder:Tamara (ABT 1851-1906)"}.  Morris{XE
"Mostovski:Morris (ABT 1881-BEF 1948)"} died before 1948 in Chicago, Cook,
Illinois. 

     	Hannah Mollie Sollod{XE "Sollod:Hannah Mollie (1880-AFT 1946)"} and
Morris Mostovski{XE "Mostovski:Morris (ABT 1881-BEF 1948)"} had the following
children: 

     	8 	i. 	Ann Esther{XE "Sollod:Ann Esther (1903-ABT 1916)"}3 Sollod{XE
"Sollod:Ann Esther (1903-ABT 1916)"} was born in Baltimore, Maryland 1903.
Ann{XE "Sollod:Ann Esther (1903-ABT 1916)"} died about 1916 in Baltimore,
Maryland.  Her{XE "Sollod:Ann Esther (1903-ABT 1916)"} body was interred about
1916 in Baltimore, Maryland. 
    + 	9 	ii. 	(Harry) Aaron Sollod MD{XE "Sollod:(Harry) Aaron, MD (1907- )"}
was born 6 February 1907. 
   
 	5.  Joseph Abraham2 Sollod (Hyman [Hirsh]1, Unknown2A) was born in Lithuania
15 September 1887.3  Joseph{XE "Sollod:Joseph Abraham (1887-1967)"} died 5
April 1967 in Baltimore, Maryland, at 79 years of age.4  His{XE "Sollod:Joseph
Abraham (1887-1967)"} body was interred about 6 April 1967 in Baltimore,
Maryland, Rosedale: Har Zion Tifereth Isrl.  

	He{XE "Sollod:Joseph Abraham (1887-1967)"} married Anna [Teibel] Shelach{XE
"Shelach:Anna [Teibel] (1895-1974)"} in Baltimore, Maryland, after 09 December
1911.  Anna{XE "Shelach:Anna [Teibel] (1895-1974)"} was born in Lithuania 10
August 1895.5  Anna was the daughter of ? Shelach{XE "Shelach:? ( -dec.)"} and
Teibel's Mother{XE "Mother:Teibel's ( -dec.)"}.  Anna{XE "Shelach:Anna
[Teibel] (1895-1974)"} died September 1974 in Baltimore, Maryland, at 79 years
of age.6 

     	Joseph Abraham Sollod{XE "Sollod:Joseph Abraham (1887-1967)"} and Anna
[Teibel] Shelach{XE "Shelach:Anna [Teibel] (1895-1974)"} had the following
children: 

     	10 	i. 	Selma{XE "Sollod:Selma (1915- )"}3 Sollod{XE "Sollod:Selma
(1915- )"} was born in Baltimore, Maryland 1915. 
     	11 	ii. 	Norman Sollod{XE "Sollod:Norman (1918- )"} was born in
Baltimore, Maryland 1918. 
     	12 	iii. 	Esther Sollod{XE "Sollod:Esther (AFT 1920- )"} was born after
1920. 
   
 	6.  Wolfe2 Sollod (Hyman [Hirsh]1, Unknown2A) was born in Lithuania about
1888.  Wolfe{XE "Sollod:Wolfe (ABT 1888-1938)"} died 9 November 1938 in Locust
Point, Baltimore, Maryland, at 50 years of age.7  His{XE "Sollod:Wolfe (ABT
1888-1938)"} body was interred 10 November 1938 in Baltimore, Maryland,
Rosedale.8  

	He{XE "Sollod:Wolfe (ABT 1888-1938)"} married Reba Berman{XE "Berman:Reba
(1886-1968)"} about 1915.  Reba{XE "Berman:Reba (1886-1968)"} was born 30 May
1886.9  Reba was the daughter of Max Berman{XE "Berman:Max ( - )"} and Mary{XE
":Mary ( - )"}.  Reba{XE "Berman:Reba (1886-1968)"} died 26 April 1968 in
Baltimore, Maryland, at 81 years of age.  Her{XE "Berman:Reba (1886-1968)"}
body was interred about 26 April 1968 in Baltimore, Maryland, Rosedale.10 

     	Wolfe Sollod{XE "Sollod:Wolfe (ABT 1888-1938)"} and Reba Berman{XE
"Berman:Reba (1886-1968)"} had the following child: 

     	13 	i. 	Melvin{XE "Sollod:Melvin (1916-1975)"}3 Sollod{XE "Sollod:Melvin
(1916-1975)"} was born 27 July 1916.11  Melvin{XE "Sollod:Melvin (1916-1975)"}
died 9 September 1975 in Baltimore, Maryland, at 59 years of age.  His{XE
"Sollod:Melvin (1916-1975)"} body was interred after 9 September 1975 in
Baltimore, Maryland, Hebrew Young Men's.12  He{XE "Sollod:Melvin (1916-1975)"}
married Goldie Brown{XE "Brown:Goldie ( -dec.)"}.  Goldie{XE "Brown:Goldie (
-dec.)"} died unknown. 
   
 	7.  Harry Nathaniel2 Sollod (Hyman [Hirsh]1, Unknown2A) was born in
Lithuania 28 March 1897.  Harry{XE "Sollod:Harry Nathaniel (1897-1962)"} died
July 1962 in Virginia, at 65 years of age.  

	He married twice.  He{XE "Sollod:Harry Nathaniel (1897-1962)"} married Ida{XE
":Ida (1890-1985)"}.  Ida{XE ":Ida (1890-1985)"} was born 20 August 1890.
Ida{XE ":Ida (1890-1985)"} died April 1985 in Burbank, Los Angeles,
California, at 94 years of age.  He{XE "Sollod:Harry Nathaniel (1897-1962)"}
married Alice Abeloff{XE "Abeloff:Alice (1906-1986)"}.  Alice{XE
"Abeloff:Alice (1906-1986)"} was born 18 November 1906.13  She{XE
"Abeloff:Alice (1906-1986)"} married Hyman N. "Harry" Sollod{XE "Sollod:Hyman
N. "Harry" (1899-1979)"} about 1926.  Alice{XE "Abeloff:Alice (1906-1986)"}
died May 1986 in Asheville, Buncombe, North Carolina, at 79 years of age.14 

     	Harry Nathaniel Sollod{XE "Sollod:Harry Nathaniel (1897-1962)"} and
Alice Abeloff{XE "Abeloff:Alice (1906-1986)"} had the following child: 

     	14 	i. 	Morton{XE "Sollod:Morton ( - )"}3 Sollod{XE "Sollod:Morton ( -
)"} was born on (birth date unknown).  He{XE "Sollod:Morton ( - )"} married
Elaine{XE ":Elaine ( - )"} in Petersburg, Virginia. 
    
	Harry Nathaniel Sollod{XE "Sollod:Harry Nathaniel (1897-1962)"} had the
following children: 

     	15 	ii. 	Norman Sollod{XE "Sollod:Norman ( - )"} was born on (birth date
unknown). 
     	16 	iii. 	Lenora Sollod{XE "Sollod:Lenora ( -BEF 1997)"} was born before
1997, the first event for which there is a recorded date.  Lenora{XE
"Sollod:Lenora ( -BEF 1997)"} died before 1997. 
  
 Fourth Generation 
 
 	9.  (Harry) Aaron3 Sollod  MD (Hannah Mollie2, Hyman [Hirsh]1, Unknown2A)
was born in Baltimore, Maryland 6 February 1907.  

	He{XE "Sollod:(Harry) Aaron, MD (1907- )"} married Ethel Lett{XE "Lett:Ethel
( - )"} in Baltimore, Maryland, about 1940.  Ethel{XE "Lett:Ethel ( - )"} was
born in unknown. 

     	(Harry) Aaron Sollod MD{XE "Sollod:(Harry) Aaron, MD (1907- )"} and
Ethel Lett{XE "Lett:Ethel ( - )"} had the following children: 

    + 	17 	i. 	Esther Ann{XE "Sollod:Esther Ann (ABT 1940- )"}4 Sollod{XE
"Sollod:Esther Ann (ABT 1940- )"} was born about 1940. 
    + 	18 	ii. 	Hershey SollodMD{XE "Sollod:Hershey, MD (ABT 1942- )"} was
born about 1942. 
  
 Fifth Generation 
  
 	17.  Esther Ann4 Sollod ((Harry) Aaron3, Hannah Mollie2, Hyman [Hirsh]1,
Unknown2A) was born in Baltimore, Maryland about 1940.  

	She{XE "Sollod:Esther Ann (ABT 1940- )"} married Marshall Layton{XE
"Layton:Marshall ( - )"}. 

     	Esther Ann Sollod{XE "Sollod:Esther Ann (ABT 1940- )"} and Marshall
Layton{XE "Layton:Marshall ( - )"} had the following child: 

     	19 	i. 	Andrew{XE "Layton:Andrew ( - )"}5 Layton{XE "Layton:Andrew ( -
)"} was born on (birth date unknown). 
   
 	18.  Hershey4 Sollod MD ((Harry) Aaron3, Hannah Mollie2, Hyman [Hirsh]1,
Unknown2A) was born in Baltimore, Maryland about 1942.  

	He married twice.  He{XE "Sollod:Hershey, MD (ABT 1942- )"} married an
unknown person.  He{XE "Sollod:Hershey, MD (ABT 1942- )"} married Holly{XE
"Holly: (AFT 1942- )"}.  She{XE "Holly: (AFT 1942- )"} was born after 1942. 

     	Hershey SollodMD{XE "Sollod:Hershey, MD (ABT 1942- )"} had the following
child: 

     	20 	i. 	Michelle{XE "Sollod:Michelle ( - )"}5 Sollod{XE "Sollod:Michelle
( - )"} was born on (birth date unknown). 
    
	Hershey SollodMD{XE "Sollod:Hershey, MD (ABT 1942- )"} and  Holly{XE "Holly:
(AFT 1942- )"} had the following children: 

     	21 	ii. 	Brianna Sollod{XE "Sollod:Brianna ( - )"} was born on (birth
date unknown). 
     	22 	iii. 	Kara Sollod{XE "Sollod:Kara ( - )"} was born on (birth date
unknown). 


Families of Sadowsky (Sadove)

Descendants of Sadovsky (Sadove)

First Generation 

          1. Aaron Shlomo (Solomon)B Sadovsky was born in Lithuania about 1840. 
          Aaron{XE "Sadovsky:Aaron Shlomo (Solomon) (ABT 1840-1906)"} died 1906 in 
          Rozanka, Vilna Guberniya, Lithuania, at 66 years of age. (may have been 
          called Shlum.) 

          He married twice. He{XE "Sadovsky:Aaron Shlomo (Solomon) (ABT 1840-1906)"} 
          married Rachel Leah{XE "Leah:Rachel ( -dec.)"} in Rozanka, Vilna Guberniya, 
          Lithuania, unknown. Rachel{XE "Leah:Rachel ( -dec.)"} died in Rozanka, Vilna 
          Guberniya. He{XE "Sadovsky:Aaron Shlomo (Solomon) (ABT 1840-1906)"} married 
          Rikle{XE "Rikle: ( -dec.)"} in Rozanka, Vilna Guberniya, Lithuania, unknown. 

          Aaron Shlomo (Solomon) Sadovsky{XE "Sadovsky:Aaron Shlomo (Solomon) (ABT 
          1840-1906)"} and Rachel Leah{XE "Leah:Rachel ( -dec.)"} had the following 
          child: 

          + 2 i. Shmul Shaul{XE "Sadovsky:Shmul Shaul (ABT 1863-1932)"}A 
          Sadovsky{XE "Sadovsky:Shmul Shaul (ABT 1863-1932)"} was born about 1863. 
          (birth record of daughter Enge lists name as Sadowski Shmul Shlumovich, 
          thereby making his father's name "Shlum.") 

          Second Generation 

          2. Shmul ShaulA Sadovsky (Aaron Shlomo (Solomon)B) was born about 1863. 
          Shmul{XE "Sadovsky:Shmul Shaul (ABT 1863-1932)"} died 1932 in Rozhanka, 
          Lida/Schuchin District, Grodno Gub., at 69 years of age. 

          He{XE "Sadovsky:Shmul Shaul (ABT 1863-1932)"} married Gesha Liba (Gertrude) 
          Spitz{XE "Spitz:Gesha Liba (Gertrude) (ABT 1863-BEF 1942)"} in Rozanka, Vilna 
          Guberniya, Lithuania, about 1880. Gesha{XE "Spitz:Gesha Liba (Gertrude) (ABT 
          1863-BEF 1942)"} was born in Lithuania or Russian Poland about 1863. Gesha 
          was the daughter of Itzek Spitz{XE "Spitz:Itzek (ABT 1840-BEF 1889)"} and 
          Mother of Gesha Liba{XE "Liba:Mother of Gesha ( -dec.)"}. Gesha{XE 
          "Spitz:Gesha Liba (Gertrude) (ABT 1863-BEF 1942)"} died before 1942 in 
          Rozhanka, Schuchin District, Grodno Gub. 

          Shmul Shaul Sadovsky{XE "Sadovsky:Shmul Shaul (ABT 1863-1932)"} and 
          Gesha Liba (Gertrude) Spitz{XE "Spitz:Gesha Liba (Gertrude) (ABT 1863-BEF 
          1942)"} had the following children: 

          + 3 i. Moshe{XE "Sadovsky:Moshe (1881-1942)"}1 Sadovsky{XE 
          "Sadovsky:Moshe (1881-1942)"} was born 1881. 
          + 4 ii. Fania (Fannie) [Sadowski] Sadove{XE "Sadove:Fania (Fannie) 
          [Sadowski] (1885-1969)"} was born 4 April 1885. 
          + 5 iii. Mary [Sadowski] Sadove{XE "Sadove:Mary [Sadowski] (ABT 
          1888-AFT 1974)"} was born about 1888. 
          + 6 iv. Harry [Sadovsky] Sadove{XE "Sadove:Harry [Sadovsky] 
          (1888-1973)"} was born 17 Nov 1888. 
          + 7 v. Rikle Sadovsky{XE "Sadovsky:Rikle (ABT 1890-1942)"} was born 
          about 1890. 
          + 8 vi. Nehemiah Henry [Sadowski] Sadove{XE "Sadove:Nehemiah Henry 
          [Sadowski] (1892-1977)"} was born 9 December 1892. 
          9 vii. Enge Sadowski{XE "Sadowski:Enge (1896- )"} was born in 
          Rozhanka, Scuchin Dist., Grodno Gub, 4 Apr 1896. 

          Third Generation 

          3. Moshe1 Sadovsky (Shmul ShaulA, Aaron Shlomo (Solomon)B) was born in 
          Rozhanka,Schuchin District, Grodno Gub. 1881. Moshe{XE "Sadovsky:Moshe 
          (1881-1942)"} died 1942 in Rozanka, Lida District, Vilna Gub, at 61 years of 
          age. 

          He married twice. He{XE "Sadovsky:Moshe (1881-1942)"} married Rohel Esel 
          Garbarskaya{XE "Garbarskaya:Rohel Esel ( - )"}. He{XE "Sadovsky:Moshe 
          (1881-1942)"} married Rohel Garbarskaya{XE "Garbarskaya:Rohel (1879-dec.)"} in 
          Rozanka, Scuchin Dist., Grodno Gub., 2 Apr 1905. Rohel{XE "Garbarskaya:Rohel 
          (1879-dec.)"} was born 1879. Rohel was the daughter of Jesel Garbarsky{XE 
          "Garbarsky:Jesel ( - )"}. 

          Moshe Sadovsky{XE "Sadovsky:Moshe (1881-1942)"} and Rohel 
          Garbarskaya{XE "Garbarskaya:Rohel (1879-dec.)"} had the following child: 

          10 i. Aaron Shlomo{XE "Sadovsky:Aaron Shlomo (1906-1942)"}2 
          Sadovsky{XE "Sadovsky:Aaron Shlomo (1906-1942)"} was born in Rozanka, Scuchin 
          Dist., Grodno Guberniya 8 Apr 1906. Aaron{XE "Sadovsky:Aaron Shlomo 
          (1906-1942)"} died 9 May 1942 in Holocaust, at 36 years of age. 

          Moshe Sadovsky{XE "Sadovsky:Moshe (1881-1942)"} had the following children: 

          11 ii. Sarah Riva Sadovsky{XE "Sadovsky:Sarah Riva (ABT 1906-1942)"} 
          was born in Rozanka, Vilna Guberniya, Belarus about 1906. Sarah{XE 
          "Sadovsky:Sarah Riva (ABT 1906-1942)"} died 9 May 1942 in Holocaust, at 35 
          years of age. 
          12 iii. Avram Sadovsky{XE "Sadovsky:Avram (ABT 1906-1942)"} was born 
          in Rozanka, Lida District, Grodno Guberniya, Belarus about 1906. Avram{XE 
          "Sadovsky:Avram (ABT 1906-1942)"} died 9 May 1942 in Holocaust, at 35 years of 
          age. 
          13 iv. Ester Sadovsky{XE "Sadovsky:Ester (ABT 1910-1942)"} was born in 
          Rozanka, Grodno Guberniya, Belarus about 1910. Ester{XE "Sadovsky:Ester (ABT 
          1910-1942)"} died 9 May 1942 in Holocaust, at 31 years of age. 
          14 v. Joseph Sadovsky{XE "Sadovsky:Joseph (ABT 1910-1942)"} was born 
          in Rozanka, Lida District, Grodno Guberniya, Belarus about 1910. Joseph{XE 
          "Sadovsky:Joseph (ABT 1910-1942)"} died 9 May 1942 in Holocaust, at 31 years 
          of age. 
          15 vi. Mirium Sadovsky{XE "Sadovsky:Mirium (1915- )"} was born in 
          Rozanka, Grodno Guberniya, Belarus 1915. 
          + 16 vii. Enya Sadovsky{XE "Sadovsky:Enya (1916- )"} was born 1916. 

          Moshe Sadovsky{XE "Sadovsky:Moshe (1881-1942)"} and Rachel-Leah{XE ":Rachel- 
          Leah ( - )"} had the following child: 

          17 viii. Shmerel Sadovsky{XE "Sadovsky:Shmerel (ABT 1906-1942)"} was 
          born in Potoki, Vilna Guberniya, Belarus about 1906. Shmerel{XE 
          "Sadovsky:Shmerel (ABT 1906-1942)"} died 9 May 1942 in Holocaust, at 35 years 
          of age. 

          Moshe Sadovsky{XE "Sadovsky:Moshe (1881-1942)"} and Rohel Esel Garbarskaya{XE 
          "Garbarskaya:Rohel Esel ( - )"} had the following child: 

          18 ix. Itzhak Sadovsky{XE "Sadovsky:Itzhak (1910-1942)"} was born in 
          Rozhanka, 22 Jan 1910. Itzhak{XE "Sadovsky:Itzhak (1910-1942)"} died 9 May 
          1942 in Holocaust, at 32 years of age. He{XE "Sadovsky:Itzhak (1910-1942)"} 
          married Jehudit{XE ":Jehudit ( - )"}. 

          4. Fania (Fannie) [Sadowski]1 Sadove (Shmul ShaulA Sadovsky, Aaron Shlomo 
          (Solomon)B) was born in Rozanka, Vilna Gub., Poland 4 April 1885. Fania{XE 
          "Sadove:Fania (Fannie) [Sadowski] (1885-1969)"} died 27 May 1969 in Baltimore, 
          Maryland, at 84 years of age.1 Her{XE "Sadove:Fania (Fannie) [Sadowski] 
          (1885-1969)"} body was interred 29 May 1969 in Baltimore, Maryland, Har Zion 
          Tifereth Israel. 

          She{XE "Sadove:Fania (Fannie) [Sadowski] (1885-1969)"} married Philip H. 
          Epstein{XE "Epstein:Philip H. (1886-1960)"} in New York City, New York, 1907. 
          Philip{XE "Epstein:Philip H. (1886-1960)"} was born in Lida, Russia 14 July 
          1886. Philip{XE "Epstein:Philip H. (1886-1960)"} died 4 January 1960 in 
          Baltimore, Maryland, at 73 years of age. His{XE "Epstein:Philip H. 
          (1886-1960)"} body was interred 7 January 1960 in Baltimore, Maryland. 

          Fania (Fannie) [Sadowski] Sadove{XE "Sadove:Fania (Fannie) [Sadowski] 
          (1885-1969)"} and Philip H. Epstein{XE "Epstein:Philip H. (1886-1960)"} had 
          the following children: 

          + 19 i. Sarah{XE "Epstein:Sarah (1908-1991)"}2 Epstein{XE 
          "Epstein:Sarah (1908-1991)"} was born 14 February 1908.2 
          20 ii. Morris Epstein{XE "Epstein:Morris (1910-1919)"} was born 1910. 
          Morris{XE "Epstein:Morris (1910-1919)"} died 24 June 1919 in Masontown, 
          Fayette Co, Pennsylvania, at 8 years of age. His{XE "Epstein:Morris 
          (1910-1919)"} body was interred in Uniontown, Pennsylvania. 
          + 21 iii. L. Irving Epstein DDS{XE "Epstein:L. Irving, DDS (1913- )"} 
          was born 9 May 1913. 
          + 22 iv. Charles Epstein{XE "Epstein:Charles (1920- )"} was born 8 
          August 1920. 

          5. Mary [Sadowski]1 Sadove (Shmul ShaulA Sadovsky, Aaron Shlomo (Solomon)B) 
          was born in Rozanka, Vilna Guberniya, Lithuania about 1888. Mary{XE 
          "Sadove:Mary [Sadowski] (ABT 1888-AFT 1974)"} died after 1974 in Baltimore, 
          Maryland. 

          She{XE "Sadove:Mary [Sadowski] (ABT 1888-AFT 1974)"} married Joseph 
          Abramson{XE "Abramson:Joseph (ABT 1890-ABT 1935)"} about 1912. Joseph{XE 
          "Abramson:Joseph (ABT 1890-ABT 1935)"} was born in Russia about 1890. 
          Joseph{XE "Abramson:Joseph (ABT 1890-ABT 1935)"} died about 1935. 

          Mary [Sadowski] Sadove{XE "Sadove:Mary [Sadowski] (ABT 1888-AFT 1974)"} 
          and Joseph Abramson{XE "Abramson:Joseph (ABT 1890-ABT 1935)"} had the 
          following children: 

          23 i. Hilda{XE "Abramson:Hilda (ABT 1913-dec.)"}2 Abramson{XE 
          "Abramson:Hilda (ABT 1913-dec.)"} was born in Brooklyn, Kings, New York about 
          1913. She{XE "Abramson:Hilda (ABT 1913-dec.)"} married David Grossman{XE 
          "Grossman:David ( -dec.)"}. 
          24 ii. Dinah Abramson{XE "Abramson:Dinah (ABT 1916-1997)"} was born in 
          Bronx, New York about February 1916. Dinah{XE "Abramson:Dinah (ABT 
          1916-1997)"} died 1997 in Tamarac, Florida, at 81 years of age. She{XE 
          "Abramson:Dinah (ABT 1916-1997)"} married S. Jerry Binenbaum{XE "Binenbaum:S. 
          Jerry ( - )"}. 
          25 iii. Esther Abramson{XE "Abramson:Esther (AFT 1920- )"} was born in 
          Bronx, New York after 1920. She{XE "Abramson:Esther (AFT 1920- )"} married ? 
          Griminger{XE "Griminger:? ( -dec.)"}. 

          6. Harry [Sadovsky]1 Sadove (Shmul ShaulA Sadovsky, Aaron Shlomo 
          (Solomon)B)3 was born in Rozanka, Vilna Guberniya, Lithuania 17 Nov 1888. 
          Harry{XE "Sadove:Harry [Sadovsky] (1888-1973)"} died 25 November 1973 in 
          Baltimore, Maryland, at 85 years of age. His{XE "Sadove:Harry [Sadovsky] 
          (1888-1973)"} body was interred 27 November 1973 in Baltimore, Maryland, 
          Shaarei Tifeloh. 

          He{XE "Sadove:Harry [Sadovsky] (1888-1973)"} married Rebecca [Mostowski] 
          Most{XE "Most:Rebecca [Mostowski] (1890-1967)"} in Baltimore, Maryland, 17 
          August 1913.4 Rebecca{XE "Most:Rebecca [Mostowski] (1890-1967)"} was born in 
          Potoka, Lida Dist., Vilna Guberniya, Lithuania 1 April 1890. Rebecca was the 
          daughter of Chaim Ber Mostowski{XE "Mostowski:Chaim Ber (ABT 1831-ABT 1922)"} 
          and Tamara Ferder{XE "Ferder:Tamara (ABT 1851-1906)"}. Rebecca{XE 
          "Most:Rebecca [Mostowski] (1890-1967)"} died 3 September 1967 in Baltimore, 
          Maryland, at 77 years of age. Her{XE "Most:Rebecca [Mostowski] (1890-1967)"} 
          body was interred 4 September 1967 in Baltimore, Maryland, Shaarey Tifiloh. 

          Harry [Sadovsky] Sadove{XE "Sadove:Harry [Sadovsky] (1888-1973)"} and 
          Rebecca [Mostowski] Most{XE "Most:Rebecca [Mostowski] (1890-1967)"} had the 
          following children: 

          + 26 i. Max Samuel{XE "Sadove:Max Samuel,, M.D. (1914-1997)"}2 Sadove, 
          M.D.{XE "Sadove:Max Samuel,, M.D. (1914-1997)"} was born 8 March 1914. 
          + 27 ii. Aaron Solomon Sadove{XE "Sadove:Aaron Solomon (1919- )"} was 
          born 3 February 1919. 
          28 iii. Mary "Mickey" Sadove{XE "Sadove:Mary "Mickey" (1921- )"} was 
          born in Masontown, Fayette, Pennsylvania 11 June 1921. She{XE "Sadove:Mary 
          "Mickey" (1921- )"} married Sidney Barban{XE "Barban:Sidney (1918-1989)"} in 
          Baltimore, Maryland, 18 November 1945. Sidney{XE "Barban:Sidney (1918-1989)"} 
          was born in Norfolk, Virginia 10 February 1918. Sidney was the son of Adam 
          Barban{XE "Barban:Adam ( - )"} and Fannie Cohen{XE "Cohen:Fannie ( -dec.)"}. 
          Sidney{XE "Barban:Sidney (1918-1989)"} died 12 March 1989 in Baltimore, 
          Maryland, at 71 years of age. His{XE "Barban:Sidney (1918-1989)"} body was 
          interred about 12 March 1989 in Baltimore, Maryland, Shaarei Tfiloh.5 

          7. Rikle1 Sadovsky (Shmul ShaulA, Aaron Shlomo (Solomon)B) was born in 
          Rozanka, Vilna Gub., Poland about 1890. Rikle{XE "Sadovsky:Rikle (ABT 
          1890-1942)"} died 9 May 1942 in Scucyn Ghetto, at 51 years of age. 

          She{XE "Sadovsky:Rikle (ABT 1890-1942)"} married an unknown person in 
          Rozanka, Vilna Guberniya, Lithuania, about 1910. 

          Rikle Sadovsky{XE "Sadovsky:Rikle (ABT 1890-1942)"} had the following 
          children: 

          29 i. {XE "Riva: (ABT 1915-ABT 1942)"}2 Riva{XE "Riva: (ABT 1915-ABT 
          1942)"} was born about 1915. She{XE "Riva: (ABT 1915-ABT 1942)"} died about 
          1942 in Rozanka, Vilna Guberniya, Lithuania. 
          30 ii. Joseph{XE "Joseph: (ABT 1915-ABT 1942)"} was born about 1915. 
          He{XE "Joseph: (ABT 1915-ABT 1942)"} died about 1942 in Rozanka, Vilna 
          Guberniya. 
          31 iii. Shaie{XE "Shaie: (ABT 1915-ABT 1942)"} was born about 1915. 
          He{XE "Shaie: (ABT 1915-ABT 1942)"} died about 1942 in Rozanka, Vilna 
          Guberniya. 

          8. Nehemiah Henry [Sadowski]1 Sadove (Shmul ShaulA Sadovsky, Aaron Shlomo 
          (Solomon)B) was born in Rozanka, Vilna Guberniya, Lithuania 9 December 1892. 
          Henry Sadove{XE "Sadove:Nehemiah Henry [Sadowski] (1892-1977)"} died 19 March 
          1977 in Lake Placid, Essex, New York, at 84 years of age. His{XE 
          "Sadove:Nehemiah Henry [Sadowski] (1892-1977)"} body was interred after 19 Mar 
          1977 in Lake Placid, Essex, New York. 

          He{XE "Sadove:Nehemiah Henry [Sadowski] (1892-1977)"} married Mary 
          Shewadworsky{XE "Shewadworsky:Mary (1894-1971)"} in Baltimore, Maryland, 5 
          December 1917. Mary{XE "Shewadworsky:Mary (1894-1971)"} was born in Pieski, 
          Grodno Guberniya 5 May 1894. Mary{XE "Shewadworsky:Mary (1894-1971)"} died 
          March 1971 in Lake Placid, Essex, New York, at 76 years of age. 

          Nehemiah Henry [Sadowski] Sadove{XE "Sadove:Nehemiah Henry [Sadowski] 
          (1892-1977)"} and Mary Shewadworsky{XE "Shewadworsky:Mary (1894-1971)"} had 
          the following children: 

          32 i. Irving "Sonny"{XE "Sadove:Irving "Sonny" (1919-1945)"}2 
          Sadove{XE "Sadove:Irving "Sonny" (1919-1945)"} was born in Masontown, Fayette 
          Co, Pennsylvania 20 January 1919. Irving{XE "Sadove:Irving "Sonny" 
          (1919-1945)"} died 4 February 1945 in Luzon, Phillipines, at 26 years of age. 
          + 33 ii. Abraham Harry "Bob" SadovePh. D.{XE "Sadove:Abraham Harry 
          "Bob", Ph. D. (1921-1996)"} was born 8 September 1921. 

          Fourth Generation 

          16. Enya2 Sadovsky (Moshe1, Shmul ShaulA, Aaron Shlomo (Solomon)B) was born 
          in Rozanka, Grodno Guberniya, Belarus 1916. 

          She{XE "Sadovsky:Enya (1916- )"} married Zuchovitsky{XE "Zuchovitsky: 
          (1915-1958)"}. He{XE "Zuchovitsky: (1915-1958)"} was born 1915. He{XE 
          "Zuchovitsky: (1915-1958)"} died 1958 in South Africa, at 43 years of age. 

          Enya Sadovsky{XE "Sadovsky:Enya (1916- )"} and Zuchovitsky{XE 
          "Zuchovitsky: (1915-1958)"} had the following children: 

          + 34 i. Zev{XE "Zuchovitsky:Zev (1939- )"}3 Zuchovitsky{XE 
          "Zuchovitsky:Zev (1939- )"} was born 1939. 
          + 35 ii. Rachel Zuchovitsky{XE "Zuchovitsky:Rachel (1945- )"} was born 
          1945. 
          + 36 iii. Moshe Zuchovitsky{XE "Zuchovitsky:Moshe (1950- )"} was born 
          1950. 

          19. Sarah2 Epstein (Fania (Fannie) [Sadowski]1 Sadove, Shmul ShaulA 
          Sadovsky, Aaron Shlomo (Solomon)B) was born 14 February 1908.6 Sarah{XE 
          "Epstein:Sarah (1908-1991)"} died 13 June 1991 in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, at 
          83 years of age. 

          She{XE "Epstein:Sarah (1908-1991)"} married Paul H. Rouslin{XE "Rouslin:Paul 
          H. (1905- )"} in New York City, New York, 10 April 1932. Paul{XE 
          "Rouslin:Paul H. (1905- )"} was born in Kiev, Russia 20 October 1905. 

          Sarah Epstein{XE "Epstein:Sarah (1908-1991)"} and Paul H. Rouslin{XE 
          "Rouslin:Paul H. (1905- )"} had the following children: 

          37 i. Toby D.{XE "Rouslin:Toby D. (1934- )"}3 Rouslin{XE "Rouslin:Toby 
          D. (1934- )"} was born 26 June 1934. She{XE "Rouslin:Toby D. (1934- )"} 
          married MD Olken{XE "Olken: MD ( - )"}. 
          38 ii. Sheila RouslinRN{XE "Rouslin:Sheila, RN (1938- )"} was born 19 
          January 1938. She{XE "Rouslin:Sheila, RN (1938- )"} married ? Welt{XE "Welt:? 
          ( - )"} about 1960. 

          21. L. Irving2 Epstein DDS (Fania (Fannie) [Sadowski]1 Sadove, Shmul 
          ShaulA Sadovsky, Aaron Shlomo (Solomon)B) was born in Baltimore, Maryland 9 
          May 1913. 

          He{XE "Epstein:L. Irving, DDS (1913- )"} married Madeline Kramer{XE 
          "Kramer:Madeline (1913-1969)"} in Pembroke, Buffalo, New York, 9 January 1939. 
          Madeline{XE "Kramer:Madeline (1913-1969)"} was born in Buffalo, New York 14 
          June 1913. Madeline{XE "Kramer:Madeline (1913-1969)"} died 10 June 1969 in 
          Buffalo, New York, at 55 years of age. 

          L. Irving Epstein DDS{XE "Epstein:L. Irving, DDS (1913- )"} and Madeline 
          Kramer{XE "Kramer:Madeline (1913-1969)"} had the following child: 

          + 39 i. Barry Michael{XE "Epstein:Barry Michael,, M.D. (1942- )"}3 
          Epstein , M.D.{XE "Epstein:Barry Michael,, M.D. (1942- )"} was born 29 April 
          1942. 

          22. Charles2 Epstein (Fania (Fannie) [Sadowski]1 Sadove, Shmul ShaulA 
          Sadovsky, Aaron Shlomo (Solomon)B) was born in Masontown, Fayette Co, 
          Pennsylvania 8 August 1920. 

          He{XE "Epstein:Charles (1920- )"} married Ruth Lee{XE "Lee:Ruth (1922- )"} in 
          Baltimore, Maryland, 20 September 1944. Ruth{XE "Lee:Ruth (1922- )"} was born 
          in Norfolk, Virginia 26 June 1922. 

          Charles Epstein{XE "Epstein:Charles (1920- )"} and Ruth Lee{XE "Lee:Ruth 
          (1922- )"} had the following children: 

          + 40 i. Marilyn Sue{XE "Epstein:Marilyn Sue (1950- )"}3 Epstein{XE 
          "Epstein:Marilyn Sue (1950- )"} was born 27 January 1950. 
          + 41 ii. Sharon Ann Epstein{XE "Epstein:Sharon Ann (1955- )"} was born 
          21 November 1955. 

          26. Max Samuel2 Sadove, M.D. (Harry [Sadovsky]1, Shmul ShaulA Sadovsky, 
          Aaron Shlomo (Solomon)B)7 was born in Baltimore, Maryland 8 March 1914. 
          Max{XE "Sadove:Max Samuel, M.D. (1914-1997)"} died 15 July 1997 in 
          Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, at 83 years of age. His{XE "Sadove:Max Samuel, 
          M.D. (1914-1997)"} body was interred 17 July 1997 in Westfield, Marion, 
          Indiana, Indianapolis Hebrew North. 

          He{XE "Sadove:Max Samuel, M.D. (1914-1997)"} married Ethel Cecelia Segall 
          Segal{XE "Segal:Ethel Cecelia Segall (1915- )"} in Savannah, Chatham, Georgia, 
          6 April 1941. Ethel{XE "Segal:Ethel Cecelia Segall (1915- )"} was born in 
          Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 24 May 1915. Ethel is the daughter of Harry 
          Segal{XE "Segal:Harry (1886-1973)"} and Fannie (Feige) Friedman{XE 
          "Friedman:Fannie (Feige) (1888-1968)"}. 

          Max Samuel Sadove, M.D.{XE "Sadove:Max Samuel,, M.D. (1914-1997)"} and 
          Ethel Cecelia Segall Segal{XE "Segal:Ethel Cecelia Segall (1915- )"} had the 
          following children: 

          + 42 i. Ellen Rose{XE "Sadove:Ellen Rose (1946- )"}3 Sadove{XE 
          "Sadove:Ellen Rose (1946- )"} was born 31 August 1946. 
          + 43 ii. Alan Michael Sadove, M.D.{XE "Sadove:Alan Michael,, M.D. 
          (1948- )"} was born 8 October 1948. 
          + 44 iii. Richard Craig Sadove, M.D.{XE "Sadove:Richard Craig,, M.D. 
          (1952- )"} was born 7 January 1952. 

          27. Aaron Solomon2 Sadove (Harry [Sadovsky]1, Shmul ShaulA Sadovsky, Aaron 
          Shlomo (Solomon)B) was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 3 February 1919. 

          He{XE "Sadove:Aaron Solomon (1919- )"} married Zillah Jacobs{XE 
          "Jacobs:Zillah (1924- )"} in Rome, Italy, 1954. Zillah{XE "Jacobs:Zillah 
          (1924- )"} was born in Australia 9 October 1924. 

          Aaron Solomon Sadove{XE "Sadove:Aaron Solomon (1919- )"} and Zillah 
          Jacobs{XE "Jacobs:Zillah (1924- )"} had the following children: 

          + 45 i. Samuel Sherman{XE "Sadove:Samuel Sherman (1955- )"}3 Sadove{XE 
          "Sadove:Samuel Sherman (1955- )"} was born 30 August 1955. 
          46 ii. Joseph Henry Sadove{XE "Sadove:Joseph Henry (1956- )"} was born 
          10 September 1956. 

          33. Abraham Harry "Bob"2 Sadove Ph. D. (Nehemiah Henry [Sadowski]1, Shmul 
          ShaulA Sadovsky, Aaron Shlomo (Solomon)B) was born in Masontown, Fayette, 
          Pennsylvania 8 September 1921. Abraham{XE "Sadove:Abraham Harry "Bob", Ph. D. 
          (1921-1996)"} died 23 October 1996 in Kensington, Maryland, at 75 years of 
          age. His{XE "Sadove:Abraham Harry "Bob", Ph. D. (1921-1996)"} body was 
          interred 25 October 1996 in Rockville, Maryland. 

          He{XE "Sadove:Abraham Harry "Bob", Ph. D. (1921-1996)"} married Harriet 
          Tenenbaum{XE "Tenenbaum:Harriet (1929- )"} in Lynn, Massachusetts, 26 June 
          1949. Harriet{XE "Tenenbaum:Harriet (1929- )"} was born in Lynn, 
          Massachusetts 17 May 1929. 

          Abraham Harry "Bob" SadovePh. D.{XE "Sadove:Abraham Harry "Bob", Ph. D. 
          (1921-1996)"} and Harriet Tenenbaum{XE "Tenenbaum:Harriet (1929- )"} had the 
          following children: 

          + 47 i. Stephen Irving{XE "Sadove:Stephen Irving (1951- )"}3 Sadove{XE 
          "Sadove:Stephen Irving (1951- )"} was born 25 July 1951. 
          + 48 ii. Susan Joanne Sadove{XE "Sadove:Susan Joanne (1954- )"} was 
          born 27 May 1954. 
          + 49 iii. Anne Felicia Sadove{XE "Sadove:Anne Felicia (1957-1993)"} was 
          born 9 March 1957. 
          + 50 iv. Elizabeth Jean Sadove{XE "Sadove:Elizabeth Jean (1964- )"} was 
          born 28 April 1964. 







Rozanka's Historical Perspective

COMMUNITY OF ROZANKA 

          Material assembled for the testimony of the book: 

          Chanah Frank (Shveiger). Yedidia Peluvsky, Mordechai Halprin, 
          Zvulin Zvulini, Azrael Bezrutzika (Veinshtein) 

          Prepared and Edited: Rav Abraham Liss 

          Organization of the Emigres from Rozanka in Israel (1966) 

          Translated by William N. Cohen, Syracuse, N.Y., 1988 

          OUR TOWN OF ROZANKA 

          According to the assembly of leaders, Rozanka was first recalled as 
          "Georgpecheny Krulevstava Pulskiga," and authorized about 1885 as "Rozanka" 
          with this statement: "Rozanka is a city on the river Tureka in the district of 
          Lida, a distance of 56 kilometers from Mana and 144 kilometers from Vilna." 
          There are 883 residents (449 men, 438 women), a stone church stands there 
          built in the year 1764 by the commander Patz." 
          According to the Russian Encyclopedia, Jewish residents were know by the year 
          1847. The Jewish community of Rozanka numbered 202 souls and as of the 
          appraisal issued in 1897, the population was 777, among the 543 Jews. 
          The town is laid out on four streets, corresponding to the four points on 
          the compass. The east side, Szczuczyn (also Shchuchyn) Road; the west side, 
          Bridge Street; the north side, the mill street; south side, the connected 
          street. Between the four streets are several alleyways, such as the alley of 
          the Bet Hamidrash and the alley of the Gentiles. A marketplace already existed 
          in the center of the town, in which the permanent institutions of the 
          community were located, such as the town council, police station, fire house, 
          cooperative bank and so forth. 
          In the years before the Shoah, there were about one hundred twenty Jewish 
          families (about 600 people) and about forty Christian families. 
          By the order of the Committee, through the Polish government, for thirty 
          years, a Board of Committees participated in an association with six 
          surrounding communities. This arrangement also included our town. Our 
          representatives on the Board of Committees were Yakov Vilentzik, Zev Garvusky, 
          and others. 

          The Economic Life 

          The heads of the families were tradesmen such as tailors, cobblers, 
          carpenters, sheet metal workers, butchers, bakers, and so forth. Their 
          livelihood depended on the population of the surrounding communities that were 
          in need of Jewish tradesmen. There were also a number of stores for food, 
          fabrics, household articles, excavations of material for construction, and 
          agricultural tools for the farmers in the area. There were also some Jews of 
          the nearby villages that bought agricultural products themselves and sold them 
          to wholesale merchants and other businesses. There were those that dealt in 
          rented gardens and orchards from the Christian residents and the produce sold 
          to merchants in the larger cities of the area. In the first years after the 
          First World War, many were engaged in the growing of tobacco. 
          It is also remembered that the owners of two of the flour mills were Yoseph 
          Peskavosky and Alter Mechanik. In the last years before World War II, there 
          was also a factory for soda owned by Moshe Chavilvitzky and also two mills for 
          combing wool belonging to Baruch Zlikuvski and Simcha Shevski. 

          Communal Organization and Association Life 

          The activities of the societies and organizations centered about the 
          Synagogue. (Their programs related to the older generation; the younger 
          generation concentrated on the library and the pioneer organization. Besides 
          the established lessons of the Bet Hamidrash such as Chevra Shas, Chevra 
          Mishniat, Chevra Tihilim, and so forth, there were the times between Mincha 
          and Maariv to discuss enlightened ideas, whether of the locality or events in 
          the state and the world at large. There were agreements with them and 
          disputes, each according to his own perception. 
          Until the fire in the year 1927, there were two Bet Hamidrash in our town and 
          one synagogue, wooden buildings. They were the Old Bet Hamidrash, the New Bet 
          Hamidrash, and the Synagogue that was designated for prayer only in the 
          summer. In the days of rain (cooler seasons), there was no praying in it 
          because a furnace did not exist to supply heat. A water well was situated in 
          the building with wellheads located about it. It is to note that before World 
          War I, yeshiva bochars, who were supported by the community, studied in the 
          Bet Hamidrash. 
          The fire of 1927 burnt down many of the houses of the town; the fire also 
          consumed the two Bet Hamidrash. The Synagogue alone remained standing for 
          prayer. In the year 1928, building began on one Bet Hamidrash to replace the 
          two that existed before. This Bet Hamidrash was a much larger building so that 
          it contained all of the places that existed in the prior two Bet Hamidrash. 
          The building of the Bet Hamidrash was made possible thanks to the assistance 
          of those who had left our community for the United States, the spirit of which 
          was initiated principally by Mrs. Ester Biela, of blessed memory. The year 
          1930 was marked by an important celebration in the building in which all of 
          the community participated for the dedication of the splendid Aron Hakodesh 
          that was made with much beauty and adornment by master craftsmen. 
          Several community institutions were also concentrated near the Bet Hamidrash. 
          The most important of all was the Chevra Kedusha, which was the first Jewish 
          institution to exist. The Chevra was for those who were sitting in houses of 
          mourning. 
          The heads of the Bet Hamidrash were Rav Nach Paretsky and Shrage Fievel 
          Draznin. The Shamash for the Bet Hamidrash was Rav Yoel Binah and, after his 
          passing, Rav Yoseph Patashinsky. Shefra, the wife of Rav Yoel Binah the 
          attendant, sewed the shrouds, served as caretaker of the children of the town, 
          and was superintendent of the Mikvah. 
          A school for the Jewish people did not exist in Rozanka. There were some 
          experimental "culture" schools formed in the surrounding towns but they did 
          not become generally established; and this was because of the opposition of 
          the leaders and directors. The Rav Shmuel Vashevsky, also a pious Talmud 
          scholar and interpreter of matters of law, came out with authority against the 
          new innovations in the education of boys. Without a suitable school, the 
          children studied in the existing Cheder since then. Before, when there was a 
          national government school, the education laws required secular education for 
          Jews as well. The Jews cleverly made a secret pact with the headmaster of the 
          government school so that he would go the Cheder to teach Polish and 
          mathematics so that the boys avoided attending the government school. On the 
          contrary, he was not charged in this regard for the girls who were taught in 
          the government school. 
          The teachers were Rav Yoel Binah (the Shamash), teacher of "aleph-bet" for 
          the small children--his location the Bet Hamidrash; Rav Beryl Varanovsky and 
          Rav Berul Zdanitzer who were teaching Tanach and Gemorah. For them, it passed 
          over to the "Zilviar" Rebi who, in addition to teaching to aforementioned, was 
          a Gemorah scholar to a greater degree as well as for mathematics, grammar, and 
          Hebrew. He was also located in the Bet Hamidrash; and so, this was an 
          enthusiastic teacher for comprehensive learning. After completing the required 
          studies, many of the boys moved on to the Yeshiva; and some went to study a 
          profession. It is worth noting that among the sons of our city were those who, 
          with their knowledge, occupied places of honor in Yeshivot, and in particular, 
          to remember the Rav Nison Patashinsky who was the director of Yeshiva "Bet 
          Yoseph" in Bialystok. 
          Our city was blessed by rabbis with a grand Torah that became well celebrated 
          from all around. Until the year 5684 (1925), the exalted rabbi, Rav Gershon 
          Svititzky, served in our community. Until the year 5784 and going to the 
          bitter end, rabbi of the city was Rav Yoseph [Liss], son of Shloma David, of 
          blessed memory, who "ascended to the alter," joined with the members of his 
          congregation in the year 5702. [1943--a letter was omitted from the Hebrew 
          year which otherwise would have been 5302.] 
          Now is the place to give specifics about the rest of the religious 
          ministrants from our city. Cantors that passed before the Ark on the High Holy 
          Days were Rav Yehudah Shuklarsky, Rav Beryl Hamelamed, Rav Shmuel Zakroisky, 
          Rav Moshe Elyahu Boyersky, Rav Beryl Mizdnetza, and Rav Zelig Paretzky. The 
          last one was also the Torah reader. In addition, the son(s) of Yitzhak Beryl 
          and Rav Michal Mitvinsky were Torah readers. 
          In the year 1924, Yakov Vilenchik instituted a charity. Members of the Board 
          were Zev Gravuvsky, Lev Katzinsky, Eliaju Kaminsky and others. During the 
          time, the Cooperative Bank was founded. However, during the later years before 
          the war, the workers of the bank established interest free loans, again by the 
          initiative of the Rav of blessed memory, that would distribute credits to the 
          needy each week and develop extensive work within the limits of the economy. 
          Also, the organization of volunteer fire fighters was established in the 
          years 1925-26, which included Jews and Christians. However, most members were 
          Jews; and also, the leader was a Jew, Yakov Vilenchik. In the later years 
          before the War, a wind instrument orchestra of fifteen musicians was formed 
          through the organization of firemen; and almost all in the orchestra were Jews 
          as well. 
          The affiliates of the political factions that were set free between the two 
          World Wars and were prevalent among Jews of Poland were not arising in our 
          city. A branch of the Histadrut, Hachalutz (The Pioneer,) established in the 
          year 1923, attracted many of the youth and opened wonderful cultural- 
          educational work. 
          The library that preceded the Hachalutz was established in 1921 and initially 
          was located in the home of Alta Gravuvsky. Among the founders were Rachel 
          Pilunsky, Ben-Zion Paretzky, and Henya Boersky (killed in the Shoah.) Also 
          were Leva Varanovsky, Esther Aluf (Luniansky,) and Chanah Frank (Shveiger)-the 
          three of them presently in Israel. The money to acquire books was collected by 
          means of "banner days" and the performance of a dramatic troupe. 
          Consequently, a considerable sum was gathered from friends of readers. The 
          hall of the library became a gathering place of young people and served as a 
          cultural club and meeting place for friends. From time to time, the young 
          people came in for evenings of literary activities. From this emerged the 
          initial impetus to establish a branch of Hachalutz in our community. 
          The members of the Hachalutz advocated the concept of Zionism in our city; 
          and they were the workers for all collections of the Jewish National Fund and 
          Jewish Foundation Fund. By means of the Hachalutz, many local youth immigrated 
          to Israel. The principle workers of Hachalutz prevailed in the aliyah to 
          Israel. Between the years 1927-1933, they were Ben-Zion Paretzky of blessed 
          memory, Reuven Zilberstein of blessed memory, and Chaim Boyersky, present in 
          Israel. Also, during the midst of the First World War, include Chaim 
          Garvuvsky, Chanah Shveiger Frank, Esther Lunitsky, Chaviva Voranuvsky, and 
          Esther Gravuvsky. 
          Because of Hachalutz, a dramatics group was established in the year 1924 of 
          the most talented young people, workers, and students. The rehearsals were 
          conducted during the long winter nights in order that the performance could be 
          presented to the community at large on days of holiday and vacation. Among the 
          better of the plays presented were "Moshe the Tailor of Goldfaden," "The Way 
          to Buenos Aires," "The Purim Play," "King Lear," "The Violin of David," and so 
          forth. The performances were held in the government school and the firehouse. 
          The profits were dedicated for the workers of cultural and sociality. 

          From the Character of the Community 

          The exalted Rav Yoseph [Liss], son of Rav Shloma David Liss (a local rabbi), 
          born in the year 5644 in the city of Rzechnuvtzy near Bialystok, studied in 
          the Yeshiva Chafetz Chaim in Radun and officiated as the authority for several 
          towns. In the year 5684, the prior rabbi, Rav Gershon Svititzky of blessed 
          memory, died. Rav Yoseph [Liss], among the rest of the rabbis, mourned him. 
          His words made so great an impression that, immediately following the funeral, 
          the residents of the city presented him the authority of the rabbinate. He was 
          a man of good nature and well liked. He inspired the congregation with his 
          expositions to see heaven and virtue. He disseminated Torah to many and 
          encouraged lessons several times on weekdays on all avenues of the community. 
          He wrote many new interpretations of the Torah for Halachah and appropriate 
          replies to be carried out in practice. He also dedicated himself to serve the 
          poor, widows, orphans, and all in austere circumstances. 
          He was brought to slaughter together with his family and a group from the 
          community during the bitter and impetuous day of 22 Iyar 5702. Among his 
          entire family, only his elder son, Rav Avraham Liss, remained. He immigrated 
          to Israel prior to the eruption of the War and worked as a Torah scholar at 
          the place of Rav Hertzog in Jerusalem. 
          The Rav Shmuel Vishneavsky was a learned man, resolute in his knowledge. He 
          did not discriminate upon a person and would defend with the zeal by his 
          knowledge. His regard for learning was uncompromising but opposed. As a matter 
          of course, all innovations for education of the young generation and 
          emphasized that he was greatly opposed to Zionism as seen as a freedom 
          movement. Every day, he studied with his students at the Bet Hamidrash while 
          the sons of his house were occupied with a fabric products shop. Also, his 
          opponents respected him since they regarded him as an honest man without a 
          partial character. When the Rav was absent from town, his contribution for all 
          relevant knowledge and law ceased. He died five years before the outbreak of 
          the War. 
          Rav Shmuel Zakroisky served in the capacity of shochet for twenty-five years 
          in our city and was learned and established in the epoch of the Torah. He also 
          was engaged in the needs of the citizens in a hospitable way. On Holidays as 
          well as the Days of Awe, he passed before the Ark with his pleasant voice. He 
          was cherished and loved by all that knew him. He was killed together with 
          members of his family in the days of the Shoah. 
          Rav Chaim Ber Mostovsky, a popular and sensitive Jew, was supported by his 
          children in the United States. Yet, he was an extender of Tzedakah, in a 
          concealed way, for support of the poor, widows and orphans, beyond his 
          ability. Until his last days, and he had already passed the age of eighty, he 
          continued to go around all of the streets every Erev Shabbat prior to lighting 
          the candles and proclaim the approaching Sabbath. He died several years before 
          the outbreak of the War. 
          Rav Nateh Zabatsky, an "old man and seven days." His maintenance was imposed 
          upon his son. He stayed all day in the Bet Hamidrash and said Tehilim [Psalms] 
          without pause. He did not suffer from what he lacked. Shortly, he returned to 
          reciting Tehilim. He was the Tehilim authority of our town. He died before the 
          War. 
          Rav Shmeryl, a popular man, what he did not know was not in reading and not 
          from teachers. All week, he went about the countryside and traded with the 
          farmers. He was poor and wretched; and his means of support was limited. Only 
          in the evening before Shabbat was the time his spirits were elevated. At the 
          time the congregation was assembled in the synagogue to say Tehilim, he was 
          the cantor for them. His pleasant and full melodies blended with the twilight 
          of the Polish people. He perished during the years of the Shoah. 
          Rav Shabbati Luniansky, before the First World War and the German occupation 
          of 1915-1918, was the exclusive representative, on behalf of the Jewish 
          salesmen, with the authorities during the time of the Russian government. At 
          the time, trouble was not lacking for the Jewish residents of the city. The 
          sale of brandy was forbidden by law and greatly discriminated against the 
          Jews, (sic) from earning a living by such trade with the farmers. So were many 
          instances of complications with the passages of laws of the country. At the 
          time, the face of Rav Shabbati was troubled; and he did not concern about 
          sparing his own health, with exertion and irritations, pleading and mercy at 
          the place of his sermons to remove the terrible decrees. He perished in the 
          day of the Shoah. 

          The Years of the Shoah 

          On Tuesday, January 24, 1942, German parachutes descended around Grodna as 
          well as near Rozanka. The parachutists entered Rozanka by way of Szczuczyn 
          Road, near the home of he Bezrutzika family while a small tank and several 
          mounted on motorcycles brushed by them. The sound of automatic weapons began; 
          and many homes were destroyed, among them the slaughterhouse. Upon completion 
          of the bombardment, they fortified themselves on the hill behind the town, the 
          dominant hill on the road of Valkovisk-Mosty. The remainder was observers from 
          the tower of the Christian church. 
          Meanwhile, the existing Russian army was yet located in Bialystok after the 
          German invasion. The Russian did come to Rozanka with strength and, upon their 
          return, occupied it. They destroyed the German observers who were present in 
          the tower of the church and captured seven of the Germans who had fortified 
          themselves on the hill. Along with the Germans, the Russians seized several 
          Christian inhabitants who were collaborators with the Germans. The Russians 
          then transported the prisoners to a work camp, Magazinus," that was located 
          along the Szczuczyn Road. 
          On Shabbat, 28 June, the regular German army entered Rozanka after a short 
          battle with the Russians. With the arrival of the Germans, many of the Jewish 
          residents fled to the surround small farms to hide. Christian residents came 
          forward against them and notified the Germans with the false accusation that 
          the Jews had informed the Russians about the incursion of the German 
          parachutist, causing the death of this German corp. Immediately, the Germans 
          arrested eight Jews. Among them were Velvel Pudulinsky (the shoemaker), his 
          son Israel, Chaim Mazavuria, and Zeidel, the son of Levitska. They were 
          transported to an unknown location; and none has heard from them since. 
          Subsequently, on that day, the regular Germans searched for other Jews, 
          particularly males and found seventy men. Among them were Shmuel Zakroisky, 
          his son and son-in-law, Shmuel Kaminsky and his sons Yitzhak, Malach, and 
          Dovid, Menachem Boyarsky, Lievka Katzieka, Velvul the butcher, and others. All 
          were transported to the village Padvavry and assembled in the open space near 
          the wall. They were ordered to dig a pit after which they were all shot to 
          death. At the time, the walls of the square were covered with the blood of the 
          victims. 
          On the graves of the slain Germans an inscription is written: "Here the Jews 
          killed the German soldiers." The remaining Jews fled to surrounding villages 
          as well as to Szczuczyn before more evil strikes against them. 
          Meanwhile, the aforementioned Germans left Rozanka and other came in their 
          place. They asked the Jewish women the whereabouts of their husbands. When the 
          women told them what had happened on Shabbat, the Germans calmed them, told 
          them that the men would be able to return from their hiding places, and would 
          not be treated badly. The outcome of this assurance was the return of a 
          portion of the men. The Germans engaged them in different work under guard of 
          the local Christian police. 
          Near Rosh Hashanah 5702 more Germans arrived and laid siege to the town. The 
          Jews feared that they would be massacred and began to flee the city. Among 
          those fleeing was also Azrael Bezrutzika but not withstanding encounters with 
          the Germans, he was not fired upon and was allowed to escape. Azrael saw 
          Benyamin Velenchik and the son of Velvul Hakahan while attempting a run across 
          the road. A German 
          machine gunner shot and killed them on the spot. Those that were captured 
          were returned to their locations and put to work. 
          A short time before this, Yakov Pudulinsky ran from the city, fearing for his 
          life. The Germans captured him, brought him back to town, and after a severe 
          humiliation, executed him. At the same time, the Germans were seizing men in 
          the streets. All who they abducted were put to work. 
          After the Holidays, they ordered all Jews to wear a blue and white band on 
          the sleeve of the right arm and then transported them to work. At times, in 
          the midst of their work, they were maltreated with bashing and beatings by 
          members of the S.S. 
          In October 1942, the men of the S.S. ordered all Jews to assemble at the 
          village marketplace, and announced that whoever had remained in their homes 
          would be shot at the site. All the Jews, along with their wives and children, 
          appeared except for one young woman by the name of Rivka Blaushtein. She was 
          unable to get out of bed because of illness. The murderers found her and 
          killed her in her bed. 
          After many hours of anxious anticipation, as the murderers ranted about them, 
          the Germans called out the most esteemed family men and forced their leader, 
          Rav Liss, to stand nearby as a symbol. They declared to him, with the threat 
          of death, for each one to hand over all valuable items such as gold, money, 
          and jewelry to a German representative. After they had robbed everything from 
          the Jews, they returned them to their homes. 
          It happened weeks afterward that all Jews were ordered to leave the city and 
          travel to the Szczuczyn Ghetto. Each was permitted to take whatever they could 
          carry in their hands. Accompanied by a guard of Christian police, all of the 
          Jews then went to the Szczuczyn Ghetto. Upon arrival there, it was announced 
          that those who were related were to arrange themselves next to their family 
          member. Those who did not do so would stay among the existing residents. 
          Representatives of the Jews of Rozanka in the "Judenrat" of the Szczuczyn 
          Ghetto were Chaim Paretzky, Dovid Paretzky, and Lieva Paskuvsky. A part of the 
          Jews of Rozanka was sent to join the remainder of the residents of the Ghetto 
          at labor camps in Lida, Ushmina, and Buresuv. Noted here is the designation of 
          the brave work of Chanah-Gimpel Halperin. She risked her life by smuggling 
          food into the Ghetto until the Germans caught her; and they killed her. 
          The 22nd of Iyar 5702 was the date of the final liquidation of the Szczuczyn 
          Ghetto and came the cruel end of the remaining citizens of the Rozanka 
          community. Joined along with this remnant was the annihilation of the 
          residents of the Jewish village of Kolonia Dubruva, nearby Rozanka. All of 
          them, in an innocent way, delivered to the capacity of G-d, going up to the 
          fire together with their fellow Rozanka neighbors. 

          Continued in the Section below:

Rozanka--continuation

Continuation:

          The Remainder of the Refugees 

          So, the community of Rozanka ascended to the ovens, a Jewish community small 
          in quantity but large in quality. Active in Jewish source of life with charity 
          and just at all times, they modestly, and with much honor, went with G-d. 
          At the present time, there are no Jewish residents in Rozanka. Local and 
          neighboring Christians settled in Jewish homes. The remaining homes of the 
          residents were dismantled. The Bet Hamidrash was converted into a stable. In 
          the cemetery, gravestones were removed and used for building needs. It was, 
          then, leveled out and served as a pasture for cattle. 
          Accordingly, Azrael Bezrutzika succeeded in escaping; also, Mordechai 
          Maeruvitz was able to escape. Both of them fought in the ranks of the 
          partisans and emigrated to Israel after the War. Another fate came to Yodel 
          and Chaim Halperin. Yodel was successful in escaping from the Ghetto in 
          Szczuczyn and joined the partisans of the nearby cities. During one of their 
          actions, he was captured by the Germans and imprisoned with a group of 
          Catholic priests. The outcome is not known. His brother Chaim also fled from 
          the Ghetto and was distinguished in his capacity as a partisan fighter. He 
          participated in many actions against the Germans and merited in seeing their 
          defeat. 
          In the year 1944, a remnant of the Soviet police was killed at the hands of a 
          gang of Poles in the vicinity of Karolitz. So befell the fate of Abrahamel 
          Mertashes after his escape from the Lida Ghetto to join the partisans. 
          Afterwards, he was seized and killed by non-Jews. 
          So, those who were saved and arrived at secure sanctuary included Chanah 
          Nemansky, Benjamin Chaim Kaminsky, Shmuel Yitchak Peluvsky, Sarah Bluma 
          Chavilvitsky with son Shloma and daughter Chanah, and the Rav Ariyah 
          Zilberstein. All are located in Israel. Besides the latter, many managed a 
          course to the United States. 
          The memory of the Rozanka community is with the formation of the several tens 
          of families who emigrated to the United States before the First World War and 
          the thirty-some families who made aliyah to Israel in the period between the 
          two World Wars. 
          Those who left Rozanka for Israel established an Organization of Émigrés from 
          Rozanka and elected a committee. The committee of the organization 
          participates in a memorial gathering each year with the survivors of the 
          Szczuczyn Ghetto on the 22nd of Iyar, the day of the liquidation of the Ghetto 
          (and Israel Independence Day.) The former residents of Rozanka perpetuated the 
          community by the planting of a grove in the Forest of Martyrs and the 
          construction of a monument to remember the sanctity of Rozanka. The climax of 
          the work of the committee was the establishment of a charitable fund, an 
          auxiliary division for the émigrés of Rozanka and the delivery of aid to the 
          survivors of the Shoah. All the workers of the aforementioned and all of those 
          who established the charitable fund made their contributions possible for 
          those who left Rozanka for Israel and the United States. 

          The address of the Organization of Émigrés from Rozanka in Israel: 
          Chanah Shveiger Frank, Tel Aviv, Vedyat Ketubitz 11 [note: Chanah died on 25 
          Jul 1974] 
          Yedidiah Pelovsky, Tel Aviv, Shderot Dovid
   
           ***Bill Cohen (radiologist cousin in Syracuse translated.)

          ------Here are the villages of Rozanka in Lida uezd-second uchastok: 
          Bobra , village of Razanka 
          Ciejkowszczyzna , village of Razanka 
          Dolina , village of Razanka 
          Dolina Zarzeczna , village of Razanka 
          Dolne I Gorne , village of Razanka 
          Dowklewszczyzna , village of Razanka 
          Dziakowce , village of Razanka 
          Girziejowska , village of Razanka 
          Klimowszczyzna , village of Razanka 
          Kolonia Dubruva , village of Razanka 
          Kryszylki , village of Razanka 
          Makiowce , village of Razanka 
          Malewicze , village of Razanka 
          Nowo-Rozanka , village of Razanka 
          Onichowszczyzna , village of Razanka 
          Petucky: see Potoka, village of Razanka 
          Podbobra , village of Razanka 
          Podrozanka , village of Razanka 
          Podzamcze , village of Razanka 
          Potoka , village of Razanka 
          Turowka , village of Razanka 
          Wierzbilki , village of Razanka 
          Zaborze , village of Razanka 
         

 ------From the Szczuczyn Yizkor book Holocaust necrology are the following 
          for the name Peskovsky, who all lived in Rozanka: 
          Peskovski: Alter and children 
          Peskovski: Avram-Chaim, wife Sheineh-Beileh, children: Feige-Rachel, Leibke 
          Peskovski: Liebke, husband Benyamin and children: Berel'eh and Fayla 
          Peskovski: Mordechai, wife Chanah and daughter Batya 
          Peskovski: Nachum, wife Henia: Raizeleh and Ester 
          Peskovski: Natke and children: Eliezer, Reizel, Ester-Elke, Henia 
          Peskovski: Shlomeh, wife Rachel and children 
          Shmerl, wife Bashe and children 
          Peskovski: Shmuel-Chaim, wife and children: Henia, Hitzech, Yidleh 
          Peskovski: Tuviah and daughter Fruma 
          Peskovski: Yitsak, wife Feigel, children: Chaim, Chaiya, Nechemiah, Ester, 
          Yetta 
          Peskovski: Yossel, wife Rachel and children 
          Peskovski: Zussel, wife and children: Shlomeke, Raizel 

          Sadovski: Itsak, and wife Yehudit Rozanka 
          Sadovski: Moshe, wife Rachel-Leah, children: Ester, Yosef, Sara-Rebekkah, 
          Abraham, Shmer'l Rozanka 
          Sadovski: Shlomo Vasilishki/Sabakintzy 
          Sadovski: Shlomo - fun Sobakintzy, gefaln ain der nacher Puchski 



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