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Kobylnik

Kobylnik Narach is a village in Myadzel Raion, Minsk Voblast, Belarus, by the Lake Narach.

It was earlier known as the village of Kobylnik or Kobylniki.

Created by Anita Gabbay and Eilat Gordin Levitan

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l to r (top) Yitzhak Gordon - Chanka Yablonovitch

Chaika Yanofsky

l - r (seated) ? Klumel - Yashoua Swidler - Shalom Yaunai (Yavnovitch)

?Gordon - Chana Axelrod - Osher Krukoff

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Kobylnik, Lithuania

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Yawnovicz Family and Friends

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Circa 1935 - 40

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Circa 1935 - 40

Yawnovicz Family and Friends

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Kobylnik, Lithuania

Circa 1935 - 40

Yawnovicz Family and Friends

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Kobylnik, Lithuania

Circa 1935 - 40

Yawnovicz Family and Friends

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1934 Sitting 2nd from left (Herlzele) 1929-1943

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Shalom Yavnovitch

Polish Military Uniform

Late 1920s

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Learning Torah at Home

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L to R Meir Yavnovitch & Rachel (Anita Gabbay's mother, middle) others unknown

Last visit in Vilna, Anita Gabbay's mother with Meir

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1933 Kindergarden in Kobylnik

2nd from left Meir-Shainka

Sitting 2nd from left Hertiele (1929-1943)

Standing 4th from right Yitska Hadash (1926-1942)

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Grandfather Shlomo Yavnovitch

Grandmother Raitza

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Koblynik

July 1994

Meir Swirski Standing

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New Cemetery

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Chana Axelrod ? Klumel ? Yitxhak Yavnovitch (top mail) Pinka Krevetsky, Dvorak Gordon, 2 men seated in front?

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Shalom Shainka & Yavnovitch Todres Turetsky

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Meir Yannai & Shainka Toores (standing) and ?

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l - r (top row) Yashoua Yanofsky - Tzifka Harmatz - Dvoshka Yanofsky - Arka Chodosh

l - r (seated) ? Krivitski - Meir Yavnovitch (Yavnai)

? Klumel - Chaika Yanofsky - Heska Krukoff

Chana Tzarnotsky

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Ch. Yarofsky - Osher Krukoff - y. Yanofsky - T. Hormatz -Heska Krokoff - Shainka Yanofsky - Meir (army)

Seat. Henna - F. Tzarotski - Chanka Yablonovitch - Pinka Krivitski - Gitka Klumel

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Turetsky (teacher) with eyeglasses Todres Mier or Michel Yanowiec

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Shlomo Dimentshtein was born in Kobylnik, Poland in 1906 to Moshe and Khaia. He was a tinsmith and married to Rivka nee Rozenblum. Prior to WWII he lived in Warsaw, Poland. During the war he was in Warsaw, Poland.

Shlomo was murdered in the Shoah.

This information is based on a Page of Testimony  submitted by his sister, Rina Gedashevich

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A holocaust survivor who escaped the Nazis and Join the partisans. Herzl Gordon

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Shlomo Yavnovitch 1922

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 Internal passport for Salons Yavnovitch

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Kobylnik summer of 1939 - The Dubowski family in front of their new house (built in 1936).

1. Front row - sitting - left to right  - Aleksander Dubowski - Jozef's older brother, Village Mayor (Wojt) of Kobylnik (my grandfather) Captain Jozef Dubowski - holding a newspaper (age 43), Halina Dubowska (daughter of Aleksander), uncle? Dmochowski with my aunt, daughter of dr. Natalia Dubowska  Krystyna (age 7).

2. Back row by the door - dark hair - Dr. Natalia Dubowska nee Knopf born in 1899 (my grandmother and Jozef's wife)  -with her youngest daughter - Barbara (age 2).

She established the first, independent and professional medical practice there and was present practically at the delivery of every new baby in town - from 1930 until 1939.  
3. In the middle sitting - Stanislawa Dubowska, wife of Aleksander holding my mother- Anna Dubowska (age 5), daugther of dr. Natalia Dubowska.

The couple in the far back are unknown but probably are distant relatives of the family.

Submitted by  Tomasz Inglot

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HERTZEL SVIRSKI (1929- 1943) PERISHED IN THE HOLOCAUST

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1. Yehudit Kaplan nee Todres was born in Kobylnik, Poland to Leib and Sara nee Khadash. She was married to Shaul. During the war she was in Vilna Ghetto.

Yehudit was murdered in the Shoah. Picture submitted by her niece.
2. ShainaWeksler nee Todres was born in Kobylnik, Poland in 1916 to Arie and Sara nee Chodos. She was married to Schneur. Prior to WWII she lived in Vilno, Poland. 

Shane was murdered in the Shoah.

This information is based on a Page of Testimony  submitted by her niece, Yehudit Fuks Paran

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4. MeirYavnai (Yavnovitch)
Unknown female next to Meir
Submitted by Anita Gabbay 
5. Shalom yavnovitch on right
? Turetsky on left
Submitted by
Anita Frishman Gabbay

Links

http://www.jewishgen.org/yizko r/Kobylnik/Kobylnik.html
List of http://www.jewishgen.org/yi zkor/Kobylnik/Kob274.html
Jewishgen main page http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/kobylnik/

Revision list http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Kobylnik/revisionLists/index.html
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Kobylnik/SiteMap.htm
http://postawyiokolice.blogspot.com/2012/03/miasteczko-kobylnik.html

http://yizkor.nypl.org/index.php?id=1280

A shtetl page by Nancy Holden ( Jewishgen)
http://kehilalinks.jewishgen.org/Kobylnik/index.html

Read the original Memorial Book of Kobylnik http://yizkor.nypl.org/index.php?id=1280

Read the Yizkor book in English; http://www.jewishgen.org/yizkor/Kobylnik/Kobylnik.html