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Szczuczyn
POLAND



 
 

 

SENDER BOGINSKY
cir 1930s
Bialystok or Szczuczyn, Poland
 

YANKEV BOGINSKY
cir 1930s
Bialystok or Szczuczyn, Poland
 

Sender was the fourth of five children of Avram Eli and Chaya Boginsky. Along with brother Levi, he went to Russia before Bialystok was ghettoized cir 1940. However, he was conscripted into the Russian army, worked as a minesweeper, was wounded, and remained in Russia the rest of his life.

Yankev was born in 1910 in Szczuczyn, Poland. He was the eldest of the five children. He moved with his much of his family to Bialystok cir 1936, all hoping to escape the pogroms that befell the Jews of Szczuczyn by the Endeks. He married while living in Bialystok. Presumably he perished in the Holocaust.


 


 


 

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