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Bielsk Podlaski
POLAND


 


PEARL CHRABOLOWSKA UZYCKA
Bielsk Podlaski
cir 1895

Pearl, a sister of Eli Yankel Chrabolowski, married Aryeh Leib Uzycki. She was a jolly, outgoing person who used to dress in costume to celebrate Purim. Each Friday she would collect funds to provide challah for the poor. Her husband, Aryeh Leib, was a pious Jew and may have sold flour for a living. They had five boys and one girl: Boruch, Nussan (Nathan), Beryl, Hershel, Sender (Alexander) and Sarah Feige.
 


KALMAN AND LIPPE CHRABOLOWSKI
Bielsk Podlaski
year unknown


Lippe was a butcher in Bielsk Podlaski. His wife Naomi disappeared during the migrations occurring during WW I.
They had four sons and one daughter: Lepke (Gotch), Yussel, Kalman, Avrum (Abe) and Esther. Abe immigrated to the U.S.. Yussel died in 1937, prior to WW II. Lepke, Kalman and Yussel's wife were victims of the Shoah. The only grandchild of Lippe to survive was Yechiel, who immigrated to Israel after WW II.

 


YOSEF YITZHAK AND TZVI HIRSH CHRABOLOWSKI
Father and Son
Bielsk Podlaski
year unknown

Yosef Yitzchak Chrabolowski, born in 1851, married Rebecca Axelrod in Zambrow in June 1875.
Their first child Yankel (Joe Rosenberg), was born in Zambrow. Other children were born in Andrzejewo.
Tzvi Hirsch Chrabolowski was born about 1807 in the general vicinity of Bielsk Podlaski and later moved to Lapy.
He worked in the fish business and own either an inn or a tavern. Tzvi Hirsh married a woman named Chana Rifka,
and they had four children: three sons, Yosef Yitzchak, Elkonah and Shmuel, and a daughter named Malke (Malke).

 


 


 

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