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Yudel Leib Yezerski (lt.),
sister Brina Yezerski Klein (standing), their mother Basia Karelski Yezerski (seated)

Yitzchak Karelski (seated),
with grandchildren Brina
and Yitzchak Yezerski
cir 1918-9


 

Chyene (lt.), age 16, and
sister Dasha Yezerski, age 20 1916

Yudel Yezerski, age 17,
29 Jul 1921
Inscription:
"My darling Dorina,
from your brother
Yudel Yezersky."

Yudel was killed in 1944 as the Russians recaptured the city. Pesia, his wife, survived the war and immigrated to the United States in 1947.

Yankel  Yezerski
1915
He immigrated to the United States in 1926 and settled in New Hampshire. Eventually, his wife and three of his daughters were brought to the United States. Two other sons immigrated to Argentina.

l. to r.: Rachel Yezerski Kort,
Chyene Yezerski  Szereszniewski
and Brina Yezerski Klein
 1925



 


 

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