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  Shayna ( Shirley) Winick
 
     
  Shayna ( Shirley) Winick et al
FOT E. KATZ
PINSK, KOSCIUSZKI 24

 

     
  Shayna ( Shirley) Winick et al
FOT E. KATZ
PINSK, KOSCIUSZKI 24

 

     
 
Unknown Pinskers
FOT E. KATZ
PINSK, KOSCIUSZKI 24

 

     
 
Unknown Pinskers
FOT E. KATZ
PINSK, KOSCIUSZKI 24

 

     
 
Unknown Pinskers
FOT E. KATZ
PINSK, KOSCIUSZKI 24

 

     
  Zelda (Rubacha) Winick, and her daughters Mary, Ida and Sonia

 

 

     
  Shayna ( Shirley) Winick
FOT E. KATZ
PINSK, KOSCIUSZKI 24
     
  Shayna ( Shirley) Winick et al
FOT E. KATZ
PINSK, KOSCIUSZKI 24

 

     
  Shayna ( Shirley) Winick et al
FOT E. KATZ
PINSK, KOSCIUSZKI 24

 

     
  Unknown Pinskers
     
  Unknown Pinsk couple
     
  Dvora, Fischel Rubacha and their children
     
  Shirley (Shayna), Zayda Uzeal Winick, Sylvia
     
 
The Winick Family, 1906
 
Seated l. to r. Zelda, Henia, Uzeal, baby Phil, Avrum Yussel; standing are Alta and Avremil.
     
  Avrum Yussel Winick
 
Avram Yussel Winick left Pinsk, Russia 1924 to join brothers Yerma and Pinya who settled in Jersey City, NJ ahead of anyone else.
 
Avram's son Philip joined the family in Argentina at the same time to learn the fur trade before coming to the United States.
 
Five years later  after becoming a U.S. citizen, Avrum sent for his wife Zelda Rubacha Winick and their five daughters.

 

     
 
Sandra's paternal grandmother Sora Etel Cynowiec Kushner, and the first of her five sons Itzruk taken 1902 in Pinsk.

The Winicks et al from Pinsk
1906; cir 1929-31

Photographs of Shayna Winick at the Mashel Glaberman shul can be found by clicking here.
 


 


 

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