In honor of the Meisels family from Sandomierz and the Abramowicz family from Sporów (Western Belarus), the parents of Leon Abramowicz and Anna Bazior-Abramowicz.
For all these innocent victims of senseless hatred. May we take heed of that warning. Thanks for telling us about them.
In honour of his parents Wolf and Dora (nee Moszkowicz) Rajcher and in memory of all members of the Rajcher and Moszkowicz families who perished in the Holocaust.
To the Jewish families who endured discrimination and death over the centuries and to the Polish leaders and citizens who seek to honor their lives.
Thanks to the donation of Ms. Diana Albert (Doba Ita Drezner from Serock), Helen Albert, David Albert and Hannah Champness we were able to explore the history of the Jewish community of Serock.
In memory of Moshe Solnica and the Jewish community of Siennica.
Fay R. Bussgang
In memory of my father, Joseph Vogel, born 1890 in Brzeziny as Hersz Bursztajn. To commemorate the town in which he was born, I edited and coordinated the translation from Yiddish into English of the Brzeziny Yizkor Book.
I want to dedicate this to Lucille Eichengreen, whose courageous story she shared with me. I, in turn, will share it with others. It's important!
Jan A. Kłys
In the memory of Michał Buchwajc from Szczecin.
Support for the preservation of the heritage of Polish Jews.
Julian J. Bussgang
In memory of the Jewish community of Rohatyn, the birth place of my father, Jozef Bussgang. In memory of all my relatives who perished in the Holocaust. In memory of my relatives who perished and of the large Jewish community of Lwów, where I grew up.
In memory of the Garmacz family from Warsaw.
In memory of my grandmother Adela Enoch nee Unger, who died in Auschwitz-Birkenau.
The memory of those who died needs to be cultivated for the sake of our humanity.
Lawrence and Jane Schofer
In the memory of Polish Jews and in hope of a better future.
In memory of Paul Ian Sharples.
Mariya Diawara (nee Solovyeva)
In memory of the Kasher family from Warsaw who perished in the Holocaust.
Marla Raucher Osborn
In loving memory of my Horn family of Rohatyn, who continue to walk beside on each and every visit I make to the town they called home for many generations, and specifically to Rohatyn sisters Jute and Bronia Horn, whom I never met in this life but feel I have always known.
Peter Simonstein Cullman
To the memory of the Jewish community of Trzcianka/Schönlanke, which thrived in Wielkopolska for over two hundred years, 1731 – 1940.
I was born in Legnica in 1954. My parents came from Łódż and Grójec. I live in Israel in the Golan Heights.
In loving memory of Yetta Ring, David Ring, and Sidney Danzig. Beloved parents and grandparents.
A symbolic gesture of support for the beautiful idea of the Association of the Jewish Historical Institute in Poland. There were about 170 Jewish families in Radłów Małopolski before the war, and nobody survived? Unbelievably tragic.
This research was funded by Dr. Tuvia Horev as a memory of Tobiasz and Sura Rachwalski from Kleczew, commemorating the Jewish community of Kleczew.
To commemorate the Jewish community from Cieszowa.
I believe, like many others, that many people doing even just a bit, can change the world.
In the memory of Mordechaj “Motek” Weinryb (1922-2011), who was faithful to his family town, Żary, until the end. He was the first of the Żary Jews who visited the memorial to the Old Jewish Cemetery on September 1, 2010. He did not live to see the old synagogue renovated.
Zuzanna, Hanna i Grzegorz Kołacz
In memory of the Schnepf and Kneppel families from Drohobych and Sambor.
I would like no victim to remain anonymous. I hope that by building this portal we are contributing to this.
Taking into consideration the role that the Jewish nation played and continues to play in the building of a better world, the way in which it positively influences the development of humanity and its evolution in the right direction, there is no upper limit to the funds that could be given to this work, not expecting anything in return.
For my family and friends.
Herman and Ethel Elbaum.
San Francisco Bay Area Jewish Genealogical Society supported our project "Memory in Stone"