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Lebedevo, Vileika uezd, Vilna gubernia,
Also known as Lebedev, Lebedzev, Lebiedziew, Lebedowa (near Molodechno and Smorgon), now in Belarus
Latitude: 5419' Longitude: 2642'
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#leb-1:Members of “Hachalutz” Zionist movement in Lebedevo c 1920s
#leb-2: Studio portrait of a couple, Mayer Shepsh and Fane Levinson. 1923.
#leb-3:The Pensky brothers of Lebedevo with friends
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#leb-8: Yeshayau Golub Z"L
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Card File of Jewish Refugees in Tashkent;
Tsukreman Meyer Abramovich 1906 M Vileisk Lebedevo

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Zionist Youth movemnt meeting in Lebedove

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Card for; Shteiman Abram son of Grishev born; 1922 M Vilenskaia
Lebedev Jewish Refugees in
Tashkent 1941- 1942

Druya

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Gringouz Moisei Mardukovich 1914 M Pol'sha Lebedevo
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File of Jewish Refugees in
Tashkent

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Batia ( Elka Basha) Levinson is sitting on the right ( with the white hat). She came to Eretz Israel in 1935. Information was given by her daughter; Chaya Mor of Jerusalem.

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Jacob Perry with parents  Eliezer Persky Pirzoner of Lebevove and Malka nee Druyanov of Druya.

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Abram Kagan was born in Lebadove, in 1906 to Rafael and Gitel. He was a hebrew teacher and single. Prior to WWII he lived in Kurnik, Poland. 

Abram was murdered in the Shoah.

This information is based on a Page of Testimony  submitted by his sister, Tzvia Even Shoshan

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Batya nee Tsukerman born c 1894 in Lebedove

She was evacuated to USSR dutring WW2 never to be heard from again.She was married to Shepsel Golub (the second most common family in Lebedev) and an accountant.
Submitted by Shai Mansdorf

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Shepsel Golub , submitted by Shai Mansdorf

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Rabbi Yochonon Chanan Cukerma
born in Lebedove 1851 passed away c 1941
submitted by Shai Mansdorf

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Miriam Lipkind nee Gulob was born in Lebedevo, Poland to Noakh and Tzipora. During the war she was in Lebedevo, Poland. Miriam was murdered in the Shoah.

This information is based on a Page of Testimony , Dvora Grosman Mazo her niece

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Yaakov Lapidus was born in Lewadowa, Poland to Nakhum and Guta nee Golub. He was a child. Prior to WWII he lived in Lewadowa, Poland. During the war he was in Lewadowa, Poland.

Yaakov was murdered in the Shoah.

This information is based on a Page of Testimony by the cousin, Dvora Maze Grosman

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Nekhamale Lapidus was born in Lewadowa, Poland to Natka and Guta nee Golub. She was a child. Prior to WWII she lived in Lewadowa, Poland. During the war she was in Lewadowa, Poland.

Nekhamale was murdered in the Shoah.

This information is based on a Page of Testimony (displayed here) submitted by her cousin, Dvora Maze Grosman

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Shlimka Golub was born in Lewadowa, Poland to Menakhem and Dvora. Prior to WWII he lived in Lewadowa, Poland. During the war he was in Lewadowa, Poland.

Shlimka was murdered in the Shoah.

This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted by his niece, Dvora Grosman Maze

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Stashinka Lipkind was born in Lebedevo, Poland to Noakh and Tzipora nee Golub. Prior to WWII she lived in Lebedevo, Poland. During the war she was in Lebedevo, Poland.

She was murdered in the Shoah.

This information is based on a Page of Testimony submitted by her cousin, Dvora Grosman Maze-

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