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Mother Elizaveta Gurevich (nee Simonovskaya) 1900 1942 Paternal grandmother


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Father

Samuel Gurevich

1898 - 1973


Mother
Elizaveta Gurevich

(nee Simonovskaya)

1900 - 1942


Paternal grandmother
Frida Gurevich

(nee ?)


1865–1941


Maternal grandfather
Arkadi

Simonovski

1870 - 1925

Maternal grandmother
? Simonovskaya

(nee ? )


1871 - 1924

Family Tree


Interviewee

Iosif Gurevich

1924



Spouse
Ludmila Gurevich

(nee Volosova)

1922

Paternal grandfather

Tevel


Gurevich

1864 – 1933



Children

None



Siblings
Arkadi Gurevich

1932


The interviewee and his family


Full name


Iosif Gurevich



Where and when were you born?


Konotop, Sumy region, 11th March, 1924



Where else did you live?


Lvov, Uzhgorod



Your educational level?


Graduated from the Heat Engineering Department of Lvov Polytechnic College




What sort of work do/did you do?


Chief engineer of Regional Department of Local Industries



How religious was your parents’ home? How were you raised?


My mother was an atheist and my father was moderately religious: he went to the synagogue on Jewish holidays and prayed at home. My parents didn’t observe Jewish traditions at home. My father celebrated Jewish holidays with his brother’s family.



What is your mother tongue?


Russian



How many languages do you speak?


Ukrainian, German



If you were in an army, tell us which army and the dates


Soviet army, 1942–1947 (at the front until 1945)



Where were you during the Holocaust?


In evacuation in Margilan, Fergana valley (today Uzbekistan); from 1942 in the army


Siblings

Their names


Arkadi Gurevich (Jewish name: Aron)



Where and when were they born?


Konotop, Sumy region, 11th March, 1932



What is their mother tongue?


Russian

Their educational level?


Vocational school at a plant



Their occupations?


Joiner at the Konotop Plant (for manufacturing of mining equipment)



Where do/did they live?


Dortmund (today Germany)



Where else did they live?


Konotop



Do they have children?


Daughter Elizaveta, 1957–1980; granddaughter Yana, born in 1977

Spouse

Name?


Ludmila Gurevich (nee Volosova)



Where and when was he/she born?


Kazanka, Nikolaev region, 1922




Where else did he live?


Odessa, Lvov, Uzhgorod



Is he/she Jewish?


No



What is his/her mother tongue?


Russian



His/her educational level?


Graduated from Odessa Food College



Occupation?


Engineer (in food industry)


Children




Their names?


None


Father



His name?


Samuel Gurevich (Jewish name: Shloime)



Where and when was he was born?


A village near Konotop, 1898



Where else did he live?


Konotop



Where and when did he die?


Konotop, 1973



What sort of education did he have?


Cheder



What sort of work did he do?


Laborer; miller before 1924 (at his father’s mill), after 1924 in a kolkhoz



How religious was he?


He received Jewish religious education, prayed at home and went to the synagogue on Jewish holidays before 1941.



What was his mother tongue?


Yiddish



Army service: Which army and what years?


Soviet army, 1942–1945 (driver)


Tell me about his brothers and sisters. (name, date of birth and death, occupation, place of residence, family, etc.)

My father’s brothers and sisters were all born near Konotop (name of village unknown)

Shaya Gurevich (1888–1969): lived in Moscow (today Russia), worker, married, three children, live in Moscow.

Esfir ? (nee Gurevich) (1891–1970): lived in Moscow, moved to Leningrad after she got married, housewife, two children. During WWII her husband perished at the front, Esfir and her children stayed in the blockade in Leningrad. The children starved to death. Esfir lived with the family of her brother Shaya in Moscow after WWII.

Bertha Gurevich (1893–1971): lived in Konotop, housewife, single.

Ilia Gurevich (Jewish name: Ele) (1895–1938) lived in Kursk (today Russia), was the only one in the family with education, married, one son called Ilia. Chief accountant at sugar factory. Died of tuberculosis.

Chaim Gurevich (1896–1931): No information

Ionia Gurevich (1899–1939): lived in Kiev, had a mental disorder and stayed in Kiev Mental hospital, where he died.



Where was he during the Holocaust?


In evacuation in Margilan, Fergana valley (today Uzbekistan), 1941-1942; in Soviet army as driver, 1942–1945



If he survived, what did he do after?


Lived in Konotop, was a miller

Paternal grandfather


Your father’s father name?


Tevel Gurevich



Where and when was he born?


A village near Konotop, 1864



Where else did he live?


Konotop



Where and when did he die?


Konotop, 1933

What sort of education did he have?


Cheder



What sort of work did he do?


Owner of a mill before 1924.



How religious was he?


He was religious, observed Jewish traditions, prayed at home, went to the synagogue on Jewish holidays, celebrated Sabbath and Jewish holidays and followed the kashrut. He wore a beard and payes, a yarmulka at home and a hat outside.



What was his mother tongue?


Yiddish



Army service: Which army and what years?


No information


Tell me about his brothers and sisters. (name, date of birth and death, occupation, place of residence, family, etc.)

No information



Where was he during the Holocaust?


Died before

Paternal grandmother


Your father’s mother’s name?


Frida Gurevich (nee ?)



Where and when was she born?


place unknown, 1865



Where else did she live?


A village near Konotop, Konotop, Leningrad



Where and when did she die?


Leningrad, 1941 (died during blockade of Leningrad)



What sort of education did she have?


No information



What sort of work did she do?


Housewife



How religious was she?


She was religious, observed Jewish traditions, prayed at home, went to the synagogue on Jewish holidays, celebrated Sabbath and Jewish holidays and followed the kashrut. She also wore a kerchief.



What was her mother tongue?


Yiddish


Tell me about her brothers and sisters. (name, date of birth and death, occupation, place of residence, family, etc.)

No information



Where was she during the Holocaust?


Died in 1941 during the blockade of Leningrad


Mother

Her name?


Elizaveta Gurevich (nee Simonovskaya)



Where and when was she born?


Konotop, 1900



Where else did she live?


-



Where and when did she die?


Margilan, Fergana valley (today Uzbekistan), 1942



What sort of education did she have?


Finished 8 years in a Russian grammar school



What sort of work did she do?


Housewife



How religious was she?


Atheist



What was her mother tongue?


Russian


Tell me about her brothers and sisters. (name, date of birth and death, occupation, place of residence, family, etc.)

My mother’s sisters were born in Konotop Sumy province, Russia

Riva ? (nee Simonovskaya) (1898–1941): lived in Kiev after she got married to a Russian, studied at college, one son, housewife, shot in Babi Yar in Kiev.

Nyunia ? (nee Simonovskaya) (1903–1956): lived in Konotop, typist, married, no children. In evacuation in the Ural during WWII, returned to Konotop after WWII.

Rosalia Shmerkina (nee Simonovskaya) (Jewish name: Reizl) (1905–1992): typist, her husband was a baker, one daughter, Esfir. After she got married she lived in Pryluki, after WWII in Lvov, emigrated to Australia in 1991 with her family.

Sonia Shmerkina (nee Simonovskaya) (1908–1985), lived in Lvov, typist, her husband was a baker, one son, Arkadi. After she got married she lived in Pryluki, after WWII in Lvov.



Where was she during the Holocaust?


In evacuation in Margilan, Fergana valley (today Uzbekistan)



If she survived, what did she do after?


Died in evacuation in Margilan in 1942


Maternal grandfather



Your mother’s father’s name?


Arkadi Simonovski (Jewish name: Aron)



Where and when was he born?


Konotop, 1870



Where else did he live?


-



Where and when did he die?


Konotop, 1925



What sort of education did he have?


No information



What sort of work did he do?


Owned a crockery store



How religious was he?


Atheist



What was his mother tongue?


Yiddish



Army service: Which army and what years?


No information


Tell me about his brothers and sisters. (name, date of birth and death, occupation, place of residence, family, etc.)

No information



Where was he during the Holocaust?


Died before


Maternal grandmother


Your mother’s mother’s name?


? Simonovskaya (nee ?)



Where and when was she born?


Konotop, 1871



Where and when did she die?


Konotop, 1924




What sort of education did she have?


No information



What sort of work did she do?


German teacher at Russian grammar school in Konotop



How religious was she?


Atheist



What was her mother tongue?


No information


Tell me about her brothers and sisters. (name, date of birth and death, occupation, place of residence, family, etc.)

No information



Where was she during the Holocaust?


Died before






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