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Sosensky Family
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#sos-1:Chiale Sosensky
#sos-2:Mara Sosensky
#sos-3:Tamar Sosensky and ?
#sos-4:Donia, Chana, Stanley & S. Sosensky
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#sos-7:Chiale and Stanley Sosensky
#sos-8:Family in New Haven

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Solnin (nee Sosensky Scolnik)  family Joey, and Selma  Lester Solnins's family and Joey is first cousin to William and Sara Leon
Note:  William and Sara were first cousins and yes it was legal to marry back then

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William and Sara Leon (Sosensky)  Sara (Levine)  they are my deceased Mother/father law  they had two sons Jules and Mel (both deceased)

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Boy in the sailor suite is Jules Leon (nee Sosensky) My husband (Deceased)

Leons/Sosensky were also cousins with
skolnick and Guerwitz   Im not sure of spelling but they lived in Bangor, Maine i believe  I remember an aunt Mary and Uncle Zalman 

Marian Leon

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Williams brother's family 
David Sosensky perished in a gulag prison

 

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Dolhinov

 

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Sisters; Rachel Sosensky and Zelda Radushkovitz were born in Sosenka
and lived in Dolhinov. Rachel and her family perished in the
holocaust. Zelda survived and came to Israel.

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Shlomo Sosensky ( 1903 Minsk- 1957 Israel)

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The photo is of the Sosensky family of Minsk. picture taken in Minsk, during the 1920s.
Below, from left to right:
The father Yudel-Yuli Sosensky, a prisoner of the Minsk ghetto, murdered in the Trostenets death camp near Minsk.
Yudel's father, his fate is unknown to me.
Shula-Shura nee Amitan (1876-1942), daughter of Zalman and Beile, housewife, prisoner of the Minsk ghetto, murdered in the Trostenets camp. Her three brothers and three sisters were also murdered in 1941-1942.
At the top, from left to right, their children:
Lev Sosensky (1910-1943) Was a teacher of geography and biology. ml. Lieutenant Adjutant of the Battalion 3 p. Regiment 291 p. of the division killed in battle. http://pobeda.spbu.ru/item/855-%D1%81%D0%BE%D1%81%D0%B5%D0%BD%D1%81%D0%BA%D0%B8%D0%B9-%D0%BB%D0%B5%D0%B2-%D1%8E%D0%BB%D1%8C%D0%B5%D0%B2%D0%B8%D1%87-1910%E2%80%941943?fbclid=IwAR2RHFC2ytsX6bjhhGhqe4EZqIuvDCPvoQj1RES5R6_S6ZFvzTETbwWLRT8

David Sosensky (Oren) (1906-1970) in his youth a member of the underground Zionist organizations "Hachaver Hatsair" and "Hachaluts."
In 1925 he went to the Crimea to the first agricultural Haluts commune Tel-Hai.
In 1926-27 he was arrested along with all the leaders of the commune.
After it was liquidated by the Soviet authorities in 1928, he was expelled with his wife Hana Kreiner and the rest of the commune to Palestine (the Bolsheviks considered this measure a severe punishment).
He did not live long in Raanana, then moved with his comrades from Tel Hai in Gan Yavne . In 1935 they founded Moshav Bitzaron.

He was a member of the moshav and deputy. Workers Council Secretary Gan Yavne and counties.
Cooperative "Rehev" established together with his comrades and until the last days was its director. Raised 2 sons Uri and Asa Oren.
Lena-Elka Sosenskaya (1908-1942) A teacher, prisoner of the Minsk ghetto, murdered with her newborn daughter in the Trostenets camp.
Shlomo Sosensky (lit. pseudonym
was Shlomo Rus) (1903-1956 Israel) continued to publish in newspapers and magazines. During the Second World War he served in the British Army.
After the war he lived in Bat Yam.
He suffered from nightmares associated with the horrors of war and the death of many members of his family in the Holocaust, and therefore was hospitalized in the Kfar-Shaul hospital.
He died in 1956 from the fire of police officers who took him for a terrorist, in the wadi between Givat Shaul and Ein Karem, where he was walking near the hospital.
Raised his son, Adam Oren.

This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted by her relative, Ela Amitan 
Melik-Samuil Sosensky (1912-1974) was in the organization "Ashomer Atsair". Head of production of the Minsk alkaline acid plant.
He was arrested in 1938 for Zionist activity, and convicted in 1940 for 5 years ITL in Sevvostlag.
His first wife, Katya Levitan (1912-1942), the daughter of Pinchus and their children Avigdor-Victor (1936-1942) and Ida (1938-1942) were prisoners of the Minsk ghetto, killed in the Trostenets camp.
After the war, he married the widow Zine Gordon (my grandmother) and raised with her her children Victor (my father) and Galina. They had no common children.
He died in 1974. Rehabilitated in 1989.

--
Eilat Gordin Levitan

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Nakhum and Khana Sosensky of Baturyn ( next to Ilja)
had;
1. Sara Bronshtein was born in Baturyn, Poland in 1900
2. Riva (Tziryulnik) was born in Baturyn, Poland in 1902
3. Yitzkhak Sosenski was born in Baturyn, Poland in 1904
4. Leizer Sosenski was born in Baturyn, Poland in 1905
5. father of Michael Sosenski
by Michael Sosenski;
Tziryulnik Riva
Riva Tziryulnik nee Sosenski was born in Baturyn, Poland in 1902 to
Nakhum and Khana. She was married to Yitzkhak. Prior to WWII she lived
in Kurenets, Poland. During the war was in Kurenets, Poland. Riva died
in 1942 in Kurenets, Poland at the age of 40. This information is
based on a Page of Testimony submitted by her nephew
Sosenski Yitzkhak
Yitzkhak Sosenski was born in Baturyn, Poland in 1904 to Nakhum and
Khana. He was an economist. Prior to WWII he lived in Sycewicze,
Poland. During the war was in Sycewicze, Poland. Yitzkhak died in 1941
in the Shoah at the age of 38. This information is based on a Page of
Testimony submitted on 01/01/1993 by his nephew
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-Shimon and Golda sosensky;
Chajim Sosenski was born in Ilja, Poland in 1900
Tuvia Sosenski died in Israel
Sara nee Sosenski Shpeiregen was born in Ilia, Poland in 1906
Tamar Sosenski wolf died in Israel
Abraham Sosenski was born in Ilja, Poland in 1913
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by Tuvia;
Sosenski Abraham
Abraham Sosenski was born in Ilja, Poland in 1913 to Shimon and
Golda. He was a merchant and married. Prior to WWII he lived in Disna,
Poland. During the war was in Disna, Poland. Abraham died in the
Shoah. This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted on
07/05/1957 by his brother
Mordchai Shpeiregen was born in Dolhinow, Poland in 1906. He was a
hatter and married to Sara nee Sosenski. Prior to WWII he lived in
Dunilowicze, Poland. During the war was in Dunilowicze, Poland.
Mordchai died in Dunilowicze, Poland. This information is based on a
Page of Testimony submitted on 07/05/1957 by his brother-in-l
Cirulnik Yicchak
Yicchak Cirulnik was born in Korzeniec, Poland in 1880. He was a
merchant and married to Rivka nee Sosenski. Prior to WWII he lived in
Korzeniec, Poland. During the war was in Korzeniec, Poland. Yicchak
died in Korzeniec, Poland. This information is based on a Page of
Testimony submitted on 07/05/1957 by his cousin
Rivka Cirulnik was born in Ilja, Poland in 1890 to Nakhum and Khana.
She was a housewife and married to Yitzkhak and had Shimon and
Avraham. Prior to WWII she lived in Kurenets, Poland. During the war
was in Kurenets, Poland. Rivka died in 1942 in Kurenets, Poland. This
information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted on 07/05/1957 by
her cousin
Sosenski Eliezer
Eliezer Sosenski was born in Ilja, Poland in 1911 to Nakhum and
Khana. He was married. Prior to WWII he lived in Viazin, Poland.
During the war was in Viazin, Poland. Eliezer died in Viazin, Poland.
This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted on
07/05/1957 by his cousin. More Details...
Sosenski Chajim
Chajim Sosenski was born in Ilja, Poland in 1900 to Shimon and
Dzhilda. He was a merchant and married. Prior to WWII he lived in
Dokszyce, Poland. During the war was in Dokszyce, Poland. Chajim died
in 1942 in Dokszyce, Poland. This information is based on a Page of
Testimony submitted on 07/05/1957 by his brother, a Shoah survivor

Shpeiregen Shara
Shara Shpeiregen was born in Ilia, Poland in 1906 to Shimon and
Golda. She was a housewife and married to Mordekhai. Prior to WWII she
lived in Dunilovichi, Poland. During the war was in Dunilovichi,
Poland. Shara died in Dunilovichi, Poland. This information is based
on a Page of Testimony submitted on 07/05/1957 by her brother. More
Details...
My mother in law (Sara Leon) was the daughter of Abraham Levine and Dina Sosensky.
 
They were married 1913  at Kurpnitz, Vilno, Poland.  I am not sure if it was Abraham or Dine born in Bialystok, Poland 1895. Kurenitz, Vilno Poland was their last residence according to her naturalization papers. 
 Abraham was deceased when Dine (Dianah) gaind her citizenship.  She was 59 years old at that time.
Naturalization papers state her birthday as June 15, 1881 and Abrahams birthday as 1895. 
I was aware of a considerable difference in their ages, but thought it to be about 7 - 10 years.
 
According to the ships manifest "SS Pennsylvania April 17, 1913"  out of Hamburg Germany, their destination was "Tomi Skolnick in New Jersey"  
 
M. L. Anderson
Steven Lansky (Slansky333@aol Message): I believe that I am the great
grand son of Bernard and Mary (Mare)
Sosensky who lived in New Haven Ct from 1920 on. She came with her two
sons
Nathan & Chaim (Herman)and her daughtert Ester. Mare arrived on May
27th 1897
aboard the S.S. Frederick der Grose with her three children. She came
to join
her husband Bernard (Buroch) who was already in New York. I believe
that the
family I am researching came from Kurenetz. In New Haven they lived on
Dixwell
Avenue. Nathan Sosensky owned a large hardware store on Dixwell
Avenue.
Please e-mail me so we can "talk" about the possible connections
between our
families. Thank you Steve Lansky
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could use any help as possible. My grandmother is Ina Solnin her
hebrew name is chaya shaindel bat shmuel and she has a sister Florence
Solnin. I grew up in Union, NJ and both my parents are from Newark,
NJ. Both of their grandparents are from Vilna. Any start would be
helpful! Thanks!

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Hello!
I am the daughter of Dora (Devorah) Sosensky from Kurenetz. My
maternal grandparents names were Frumeh and Shlomo Sosensky. I believe
Shlomo owned a general store in Kurenetz.
I came across your website when I was tinkering with some family names
I recently found in some old papers (Rabunski and Alperovitz).
My mother had three siblings: her brother Donya, and sisters Esther& Chana.
I see a photo of my mother in one of the Hashomer Hazion photos and a
photo of my cousins (Chiale and Shimshe) on your Kurentz website. It's
absolutely thrilling to see these images.
I grew up in New Haven, Conn. and remember well a family friend,
Charlie Gelman, who wrote a book about his time with the partisans who
operated near Kurenetz. I also remember Mendel Alperovitz, he owned a
butcher store in New Haven and my mother spoke of him as family.
Any information you could provide to "fill in the blanks" would be so
appreciated.
Best,
Sharon Halperin
Chapel Hill, NC

<sharonhalperin88@com>

Dear Eilat;
I hope this finds you well.
We have exchanged emails before.

I am the daughter of Devorah Sosensky from Kurenetz.
I am trying to find out my mother's home address and don't know how to
proceed. My grandmother's name was Frumeh Sosensky. Her husband,
Shlomo, had a general store in Kurenetz. My friend found a listing of
this store in the Jewish Gen website (it was in the Wileykeh
directory, which I guess is pretty close by).

Can you give me any guidance on how to get a street address for the
home and business?
Any info would be deeply appreciated.
Many thanks,
Sharon

From: Amanda Price <luv2dancenow@me.com>
Date: Sat, Jul 9, 2016 at 6:22 AM
Subject: Families Malman and Laner from Kovna

Hello Everyone!
I am researching these two families from Kovna who arrived in England 1870 +.
Ada Laner (aka Lerner, Lion, Lolman, Jacobs) was brought to London by her father after the death of her mother, to be bought up with her elder sisters, Rachel and possibly Leah. Rachel's two children, Dora and Raphael Morris (father Samuel Morris) are staying with a Joseph Malman and family in 1901. The Malmans emigrated to New York but I can find no further information relating to the Morris family.
If anyone has any leads for me, I would be so grateful. Thank you.

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Picture of Tuvia Sosensky and hisbrother who perished in the shoah. The picture was sent to my grandmother Bela their cousin . 
Last night I spoke to Zelda Zina nee Ziskind . She could not stop talking about your father Tuvia Sosensky (she called him Tebel). She told me that he saved their entire family in 1942 (her parents , 4 sisters and one brother. A few days after they escaped from the Nazis they were discovered and shooting started. They started running, not knowing where to go. Then Tuvia came out of nowhere. He guided them in the forest and took them to a safe place. The brother joined the partisans and was later killed while fighting the Nazis. The rest pf the family immigrated to America after the war, except for one of her sisters who married David Matosov and lived in Haifa. She told me how she admired Tuvia who always had a book in his hands and was so full of knowledge about everything. She went on and on about Tuvia how cultured he was. Tonight I will call her again in Florida and record what she says. One of her sisters married the father of Nathan Kasdan. Natan's mother was a first cousin of Tuvia. She died before the war. Are you in touch with Natan or other cousins in Israel related to the Sosensky family? A daughter of one of them is Yaffa Ike

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