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How to Document Victims and Locate Survivors of the Holocaust

    APPENDIX H
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Isaac and Bronka Mokotow
. Warsaw ghetto victims.











Appendix H: Memorial to the Members of the Mokotow Family Murdered in the Holocaust

If you were Jewish and living in Europe in 1939, it is unlikely that you would have been alive in 1945. The Mokotow family was no exception. Listed below are the names of more than 250 men, women and children, all descendants of Tuwia (Tobiasz) Dawid Mokotow (c1774-1842), who were murdered during that period. Following the necrology is a list of sources used to acquire information about these individuals. From Warsaw, Poland: The descendants of Tobiasz Mokotow, including: Mendel Mokotow, his eldest son, and his wife Rosa Heniek Mokotow, son of Mendel Mokotow Moshe Mokotow, son of Tobiasz, and his wife Chava Lola Mokotow, daughter of Moshe Reginka Mokotow, daughter of Moshe Rozka Mokotow, daughter of Moshe Heniek Mokotow, son of Moshe David Mokotow, son of Moshe and his wife Mania Son of David, name unknown Son of David, name unknown Isaac Mokotow, son of Tobiasz Mokotow Bluma Mokotow Cukierman, daughter of Isaac, and her husband Heniek Galilah Cukierman, daughter of Bluma Bronka Mokotow, daughter of Isaac Josef Mokotow, son of Tobiasz, and his wife Pesa Son of Josef, name unknown Son of Josef, name unknown Daughter of Josef, name unknown Ite Mokotow Wahochier, daughter of Tobiasz, and her husband Baruch Beniek Wahochier, son of Ite Leon Wahochier, son of Ite Moshe Wahochier, son of Ite, and his wife Adele Abraham Wahochier, son of Moshe Zenon Wahochier, son of Moshe Abraham Wahochier, son of Ite Simcha Wahochier, son of Ite Faygele Mokotow Maysner, daughter of Tobiasz Mokotow, and her husband, name unknown Chava Maysner, son of Faygele Galilah Maysner, daughter of Faygele The descendants of David Mokotow and his wife Dyna Joshua Mokotow. His wife died in 1936 Zysza Mokotow, eldest son of Joshua and his wife, name unknown David Mokotow, their son Daughter of Zysza, name unknown Miriam Mokotow Rþkaw, daughter of Joshua, and her husband Yankel Fayge Rþkaw, Miriam's daughter Gedale Rþkaw, Miriam's son Zosia Mokotow Stoma, daughter of Joshua, and her husband Yankel Heniek Stoma, Zosia's son David Stoma, another son Rivka Mokotow, daughter of Zosia Kielman Mokotow, son of Joshua and his wife, name unknown Heniek Mokotow, son of Kielman David Mokotow, another son of Kielman Dora Mokotow Fuks, daughter of Joshua, and her husband Mendel David Fuks, a son of Dora Heniek Fuks, another son Chaia Sura Mokotow Rom, daughter of Joshua, and her husband, name unknown Fayge Rom, daughter of Chaia David Rom, son of Chaia Cesia Mokotow, daughter of Joshua Mokotow Gita Mokotow, youngest daughter of Joshua Mokotow Kalman Mokotow (died before Holocaust) David Mokotow, son of Kalman Shlomo Mokotow (may have died before Holocaust) Leibel Mokotow, son of Shlomo Sara Mokotow, daughter of Shlomo Moniek Mokotow, daughter of Shlomo Feivel Mokotow, son of Shlomo Chana Mokotow, daughter of Shlomo Heniek Mokotow, son of Shlomo Tzluva Mokotow, daughter of Shlomo Descendants of Hirsik Mokotow, including: Judel Mokotow, son of Hirsik and his wife Ruchla Menasze Mokotow, son of Judel Moshe Mendel Mokotow and his wife Miriam Joseph Mokotow, son of Mendel Helr Mokotow, daughter of Mendel Esther Mokotow, daughter of Mendel Sara Mokotow, daughter of Mendel Leah Mokotow, daughter of Mendel Sarah Mokotow Augenszajn, sister of Moshe Mendel Mokotow Joseph Augenszajn, son of Sarah Myndl Augenszajn, daughter of Sarah Gitla Mokotow, a second sister of Moshe Mendel Mokotow Meir Mokotow and his wife Rachel Zuckerman Irka Mokotow, Meir's daughter Salek Mokotow, Meir's son From Otwock, Poland: The descendants of Yehosie Efraim Monkitow, including: Shmuel Mokotowski and his wife Ester Raizel Unknown number of children of Shmuel Mokotowski, names unknown Aron Shmuel Mokotowski Szeja Mokotowski Idel Mokotowski and his wife, name unknown Itshe Mokotowski, daughter of Idel and her husband Unknown number of children of Itshe, names unknown Hanna Mokotowski Jehoshua Mokotowski Tobiasz Mokotowski and his wife Masha Jehoshua Mokotowski Reizel Mokotowski and her husband, name unknown Child of Reizel, name unknown Child of Reizel, name unknown Child of Reizel, name unknown Child of Reizel, name unknown Chaia Sara Mokotowski Cieszynski, and her husband, name unknown Gittel, daughter of Chaia Sara and her husband, name unknown Feigele, daughter of Gittel Rivka, daughter of Chaia Sara and her husband, name unknown Unknown number of children of Rivka, names unknown Jehoshua Cieszynski and his wife, name unknown Unknown number of children of Jehoshua, names unknown Descendants of Eleazar Mokotowski, son of Yehosie Efraim Tshurna Edel Mokotowski, daughter of Eleazar Ester Mokotowski, daughter of Edel, and her husband David Hirsh Zaler Reizel Zaler, daughter of Ester Haja Zaler, daughter of Ester Minda Zaler, daughter of Ester Minda Mokotowksi, daughter of Edel and her husband Mendel Malniak Frieda Malniak, daughter of Minda Hershel Malniak, son of Minda Mottel Malniak, son of Minda Rachel Malniak, daughter of Minda Dorah Malniak, daughter of Minda Leah Mokotowski, daughter of Edel and her husband Menashe Mirel Irka Mirel, daughter of Leah Lolek, son of Leah Yitzhak Yrachmiel Mokotowski and his wife Hava Leibel Mokotowski, their son Joshua Mokotowski, their son and his wife Zlata Daughter of Joshua, name unknown Daughter of Joshua, name unknown Daughter of Joshua, name unknown Daughter of Joshua, name unknown Pincas Mokotowski, son of Yitzhak Yrachmiel and his wife, name unknown Daughter of Pincas, name unknown Yente Mokotowski, daughter of Yitzhak Yrachmiel Leibel Mokotowski and his wife Rachel Mendel Mokotowski, son of Leibel Zvi Mokotowski, son of Leibel Fayge Mokotowski, daughter of Leibel Yenta Mokotowski, daughter of Leibel From Garwolin, Poland: The descendants of Yechiel Tuvia Mokotow, including: His wife, Rachel Zlata, the wife of Moshe Mokotow, son of Yechiel Tuvia (Moshe died in the late 1930s) Shmuel Hirsh Mokotow, son of Moshe and his wife Ester Yrachmiel Mokotow, son of Shmuel Hirsch Chaim Dan Mokotow, son of Moshe and his wife Mania Guza Mokotow, daughter of Chaim Dan Moshe Mokotow, son of Chaim Dan Shalom Mokotow, son of Moshe and his wife Bayla Asher Mokotow, son of Moshe Dovtza Mokotow, daughter of Moshe Leibe Mokotow, son of Ychiel Tuvia Dan Mokotow, son of Ychiel Tuvia From Kalisz, Poland: Berish Mokotow and his wife Dova Esther Mokotow Jacobowsky and her husband, name unknown Daughter of Esther, name unknown Daughter of Esther, name unknown Rayzele Mokotow Brand and her husband David The Szare family whose origins are Kalisz, Poland: The descendants of a daughter of Berek Mokotow (name unknown) who married Menachem Szare, including: Samuel Szare and his wife, Ite Hennis Szare, daughter of Samuel Paula Szare Rachel Zemelowicz Szare (husband died before Holocaust) Samuel Szare, son of Isaac, and his wife Jetka Paula Szare Briefman, daughter of Isaac, and her husband, name unknown Marguerite Briefman, daughter of Paula Josef Szare, son of Isaac, and his wife, name unknown Zelda Szare, daughter of Josef Another child of Josef Juda Szare, son of Josef Hela Szare, daughter of Josef Riwka Szare, daughter of Josef Berta Szare, daughter of Josef and her husband, Jurek Rokman Their child, name unknown Bella Szare, daughter of Josef and her husband, Herman Simon Max I. Simon, son of Bella Salli Simon, son of Bella From Warka, Poland (the ancestral town of the Mokotow family): Godol Mokotow, son of Tobiasz Berek Mokotow Rysza Royza Zeitman, great-granddaughter of Rysza Royza Mokotow, youngest child of Tuwia Dawid Mokotow (c1774þ1842) Undoubtedly other persons from Warka named Zeitman who were victims are part of the Mokotow family From Lublin, Poland: Rafael Mokotowski, brother of Eliyahu Kitov Four sisters of Elyahu Kitov and their families, details not known From Paris, France: Raymonde (Rivka/Rebecca) Mokotowicz The descendants of Natan Monkotowicz, including: Esther Monkotowicz Grajcar and her husband, name unknown Maurice Grajcar, son of Esther Claudine Grajcar, daughter of Esther Therese Grajcar, daughter of Esther Jacqueline Grajcar, daughter of Esther Mindl Monkotowicz, daughter of Natan, and her husband Child of Mindl, name unknown Moshe Monkotowicz, son of Natan, and his wife, name unknown Child of Moshe, name unknown Child of Moshe, name unknown Child of Moshe, name unknown Child of Moshe, name unknown Leizer Monkotowicz, son of Natan and his wife, name unknown Child of Leizer, name unknown Child of Leizer, name unknown From Strassbourg, France: Sarah Mokotow, daughter of Tobiasz Berek Mokotow and her husband, Dawid Winter Child of Sarah, name unknown Child of Sarah, name unknown Child of Sarah, name unknown From Frankfurt-am-Main, Germany: Israel Mokotow, relationship to family unknown Morris Mokotow, brother of Tobiasz Berek Mokotow Bernard Mokotow, son of Morris and his wife Gitel From London, England: Leonard Mokotow. Properly not a Holocaust victim. Because of the increased anti-Semitism in Germany, he was sent by his parents from his native Berlin to live with cousins in England. He was killed in a 1941 London bombing raid. His parents survived the Holocaust by escaping Germany and hiding out in France. They did not discover the fate of their son until after the war. Both died shortly afterwards. Sources of Information
About Mokotow Victims and Survivors
Holocaust Records.
1. Interviews and correspondence with living members of the Mokotow family.
2. Pages of Testimony at Yad Vashem.
3. Yizkor book for Garwolin, Poland.
4. Yizkor book for Otwock, Poland.
5. Yizkor book for Przedecz, Poland.
6. Gedenkbuch.
7. Memorial to the Jews Deported from France.
8. Jewish Agency survivor lists.
9. Records of the International Tracing Service, Arolsen, Germany.
10. List of Persons who died after the liberation of Bergen-Belsen.
11. Records and efforts of the Search Bureau for Missing Relatives.

Genealogical Sources.
1. Birth, marriage and death records of the Jewish population of Warka, Poland, located at the regional archives in Radom. Birth records of Przedecz, Poland, located in the local records office. The records of the Jewish population of Garwolin and Otwock appear to have been destroyed during World War II.
2. Census of non-Aryans taken in 1In 1936, at the age of 16, 938 in Germany.
3. Passenger arrival records for the Port of New York.





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