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Wysokie Mazowieckie
POLAND



 


RACHEL MALKA AND HERSHL NIEUCHOWICZ
Wysokie Mazowieckie
bef 1920



EPHRAIM NIEUCHOWICZ
Wysokie Mazowieckie
bef 1930



 



ABRAM MICHEL AND RACHEL MALKA  FARBAROWICZ NIEUCHOWICZ
Wysokie Mazowieckie
bef 1920
Abram Michel and Rachel Malka had six children. Gavriel and Yankel immigrated to Argentina; Yankel eventually moving to Montevideo, Uruguay. Ephraim married Mashe Shvartzman and Aaron Gedalia was studying in a Yeshiva. Brother Chaim had passed away during his childhood. Hershl immigrated to Argentina in 1936.

 

EPHRAIM AND MASHE NIEUCHOWICZ
prob Wysokie Mazowieckie
cir 1940s

Mother Rachel Malka, along with her sons Aaron Gedalia and Ephraim and his family had already left Wysokie Mazowieckie and headed toward Bialystok by the onset of WWII. During the war, they were sent to a concentration camp in Poland. After the camp was liberated, possibly by the Russians, they went to the Russian side to live.

Ephraim became a baker. His mother wrote to her son Hershl that Ephraim was going to open a bakery and she would contact him again once things settled down. Hershl never heard from his family again.

 



AARON GEDALIA
NIEUCHOWICZ
Wysokie Mazowieckie
date unknown



MAYBE A BROTHER
Probaly a brother of
Hershl Nieuchowicz

 



EPHRAIM AND ALTER IN UNIFORM
prob Wysokie Mazowieckie
bef 1930

Ephraim Nieuchowicz and Alter Ederman, possibly a cousin
 



HERSHL NIEUCHOWICZ
Wysokie Mazowieckie

Hershl, perhaps with some of his siblings outside the family house

 



EPHRAIM AND HIS BABY DAUGHTER
Wyoskie Mazowieckie
cir early to mid 1930s



FAMILY OR HERSHL NIEUCHOWICZ
either Wysokie Mazowieckie, Lomza or Bialystok
date unknown
 



POLA SZERENIEC
Wysokie Mazowieckie
date unknown

It is thought that Pola's maiden name was Nieuchowicz, though the exact relationship is unclear.



Also see Rutki: The Rajter-Serwetarz Family
...and Lomza: The Farbarowicz Relative

...and Lomza: Israel and Sarah Goldman
...and Raciaz: The Szpigiel Family
...and Brzesc Kujawski: The Szpigiel-Jeruchamzon Families


 


 

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