Weronika, 20, daughter
Bolesław, 17, son
Helena, 15, daughter
in September 1942 at Białobrzegi, together with 5 Jews sheltered by them;
all have been shot at Zwoleń in the same month
Tomasz, living at Radgoszcz, Tarnów prov.
Bronisława, his wife
on Nov. 28, 1942 by the military police, Bronisława being in her eighth
month of pregnancy, for sheltering 2 Jews on their farm. Others executed
at the same time included Anna Kmieć with her son and randchildren: Bronisława
and Janina Sołtys (see: 219-220, 574-575) as well as other unidentified
Zygmunt, living at Dobroszyce, near Radomsko, pr.
on Dec. 20, 1943 on his property, with Jan Malczewski, for helping Jews,
incl. Abraham Zełkowicz and his 10 years old son (see: 358)
Stefan, living at Książniczki near Michałowice, Cracow pr.
on June 3, 1943 for helping 3 Jews during a German round-up, because he
allowed them to hide on his farm and in the barn of neighbour, Stanisław
Sojka. One of the 3 Jewish fugitives succeeded to escape (see: 567)
Jan, 82, farmer, living at Rytwiany, near Staszów, Tarnobrzeg pr.
in November 1943 for helping Jews in hiding
Maria, 28, living at Jaworze Dolne, near Pilzno, Tarnów prov.
on Feb. 4, 1943 by Gestapo, for sheltering Jews, incl. Mendel Ekstein.
Her grandparents, Jan and Wiktoria Psioda, Józef Maduzia, Józef Ryba,
as well as the 6 sheltered Jews were also killed (see: 354, 493-494, 530)
Stanisław, 21, living at Wola Przybysławska, near Garbów Lublin prov.
Aniela, his wife
on Dec. 10, 1942 with 17 other villagers (incl. the Aftyka family) for
helping Jewish people (see: 3-6)
Stefania, 30, living at Kielnarowa, near Tyczyn, Rzeszów prov.
at Tyczyn on Oct. 15, 1943, with 4 Poles, for helping Jews (see: 191)
Ludwik, 33, living at Stobierna, near Dębica, Tarnów prov.
in June 1943 on his farm for help to Jews
Andrzej, 43, living in Tarnów
by Gestapo for helping a Jew in transporting furniture
Antoni, farmer, living at Wolica, near Dębica, Tarnów prov.
on Sep. 11, 1943 for help given to Jews
Stefan, 18, liiving in Nowy Sącz
with a friend (name unknown) in 1942 in Nowy Sącz by Gestapo for supplying
Jewish friends with falsified "Arian"documents
Franciszek, 56, night watchman, living at Paulinów, near 								Sokołów
Podlaski, Siedlce prov.
by an SS unit on Feb. 24, 1943, together with a group of 14 people, victims
of a provocation several weeks earlier (see: 14)
Michał, Polish police officer, living in Cracow
on Sep. 11, 1943 and shot for preparing false documents for Jews
Stanisław, living at Kamyk, near Łapanów, Tarnów prov.
3 Jews, incl.Moses Landner and Irena Rajs; on Dec. 4, 1943, the military
police discovered the hide-out; the Jewish fugitives were shot immediately,
but Kluba on Jan. 20, 1944 only. Poshumously awarded the medal "Righteous
Among the Nations"
Anna Zofia, 51, living at Radgoszcz-Poręba, Tarnów prov.
Bronisław, 19, her son
on Nov. 28, 1942 for sheltering Jews, incl. the son of a baker from Radgoszcz.
Anna Zofia’s baby grandchildren, Bronisława and Janina Sołtys died also,
as well as Tomasz and Bronisława Juzba (see: 203-204, 574-575)
Anna, living at Dąbrowa Tarnowska, Tarnów prov.
by German gendarmes in September 1944, together with the Jewish Metzger
family of 3 sheltered by her
Marcin, 36, from Hucisko, near Głogów Małopolski, Rzeszów pr.
ina mass execution on June 10, 1943, for sheltering Jews (see: 19-20)
Kazimierz, 58, professor of the Lwów University (city incoroporated after
the war into the Soviet Ukraine)
in 1942 for giving medical help to a Jewish woman, his housekeeper; he
was murdered at Majdanek camp on Feb. 20, 1943
Leokadia, professor’s wife, living in Warsaw
Jews out of the ghetto and sheltered them in her home or found them places
of refuge, sharing with them all she had. When travelling to Łowicz to
collect a debt owed to one of them, she has been betrayed as a "Jewish
guardian" by the debtor and was shot by Gestapo
Natalia, living at Giebułtów, near Książ Wielki, Kielce prov.
(Christian name unknown) her daughter
in May 1944, together with 7 unidentified Jews; her husband escaped
Stanisław, farmer, living at Szynwald, Tarnów prov.
from 1942 to 1944 several Jews. Discovered, he was shot with them during
the pacification of Szynwald in August, 1944
Katarzyna, 58, living at Siedliska, near Miechów, Kielce prov.
of Łucja Baranek, murderd with her whole family on Mar. 15, 1943 for
sheltering 4 Jews who were killed also (see: 22-26)
KORDULA, Henryka, 13, living at Rekówka, near Ciepielów, Radom prov
on Dec. 6, 1942 by the military police, with 33 inhabitants from Rekówka
and Ciepielów, for sheltering Jews; among others the entire Kosior family
whom she visited at that time (see: 243-256)
Wiktoria, farmer, from Skrzynice, near Jabłonna, Lublin pr.
KOSIARCZYK, Andrzej, 28, farmer, her son
KOSIARCZYK, Katarzyna, 27, cousin
on Oct. 9, 1943, at Bystrzejowice, in the house of Wiktoria’s daughter
Zofia and her husband, Roman Kucharski, who were sheltering 5 Jews.
All 10 persons were killed (see: 299-300)
Wojciech, 71, living at Hankówka, near Jasło, Krosno prov.
by gendarmes in June 1944, for help rendered to Ryfka and Salka Saul,
Franciszek, farmer, from Rzyczyn, near Garwolin, Siedlce prov.
KOSIELSKA, Katarzyna, his wife
KOSIELSKA, Bronisława, daughter
KOSIELSKA, Genowefa, daughter
KOSIELSKA, Leokadia, daughter,
KOSIELSKA, Zofia, daughter
KOSIELSKI, Czesław, son
KOSIELSKI, Lucjan, son
KOSIELSKI, Stanisław, son
family sheltered Jews on their farm. The sons were members of People’s
Guard (GL) On Mar. 7, 1944 gendarmes during their search discovered
the Jews and murdered them with the entire family
Władysław, 42, living at Ciepielów, Radom prov.
KOSIOR, Karolina 40, his wife
KOSIOR, Aleksander, 18, their son
KOSIOR, Tadeusz, 16, son
KOSIOR, Władysława, 14, daughter
KOSIOR, Mieczysław, 12, son
KOSIOR, Irena, 10, daughter
KOSIOR, Adam, 6, son
KOSIOR Stanisław, 40, living at Rekówka, near Ciepielów
KOSIOR, Maria 27, Stanisław’s wife
KOSIOR, Jan, 8, their son
KOSIOR, Mieczysław, 5, son
KOSIOR, Marian, 4, son
KOSIOR, Teresa, 3, daughter
Dec. 6, 1942 the military police burnt alive 33 people from the neighbouring
villages of Ciepielów and Rekówka. They have been denounced by members
of the Volksdeutsch community of sheltering Jews.
Marianna, 68, from Rekówka, near Ciepielów, Radom prov.
Kosior tried to escape from the burning barn, but was pursued and
thrown back into the flames. Other 3 families: Obuchiewicz, Kowalski,and
Skoczylas, as well as other Poles and the sheltered Jews all perished
in the massacre (see: 229, 257, 267-273, 405-410, 553-554)
of Piotr Skoczylas, killed on Dec. 6, 1942, in the mass execution (see:
Wojciech, 70, living at Uszew, near Gnojnik, Tarnów prov.
by military police in May 1944, together with the Jews he sheltered,
Federgrün, Goldberg and 3 children
Józef, 56, farmer, living at Paulinów, near Sokołów Podlaski, Siedlce
KOTOWSKA, Ewa, 54, his wife
KOTOWSKI, Stanisław, 25, farmer, son
by an SS unit on Feb. 24, 1943, together with a group of 14 people,
victims of a provocation, weeks earlier for help rendered to Jews (see:
Katarzyna, farmer, from Majdan Nowy, near Księżpol, Zamo¶ć pr.
KOWAL, Józef, her son
on Dec. 29, 1942, on their property for helping Jews. A young Jewish
woman who was caught and tortured by the Germans, had given their names
when promised that her own life will be spared (see 147)
Jan, 43, farmer, living at Podborek, Radom prov.
KOWALCZYK, Stefania, 26, his wife
KOWALCZYK, Jan, 2, son
on July 11, 1943, by gendarmes on the charge of helping Jews. Together
with them died Marianna Ambroży and Katarzyna Szepietowska with her
son, who were visiting them (see: 7, 598-599)
Adam, 47, farmer, living at Ciepielów, Radom Prov.
KOWALSKI, Bronisława, 40, his wife
KOWALSKA, Janina, 16, daughter
KOWALSKA, Zofia, 12, daughter
KOWALSKI, Stefan, 6, son
KOWALSKI, Henryk, 4, son
KOWALSKI, Tadeusz, 1, son
Dec. 6, 1942, in the midst of a massacre of 33 people, carried out by
military police at Ciepielów, the family were shut in the Obuchiewicz
family’s house and set on fire, as a reprisal for help to Jews. (see:
Gierasim, farmer, from Starzyna, near Hajnówka, Białystok prov.
late November 1943, was taken by gendarmes, with 4 Jews sheltered by
him, into the forest and shot
Sebastian, 73, farmer living at Brzoza Królewska, near Leżajsk, Rzeszów
KOZAK, Katarzyna, 66, his wife
shot on Mar. 23, 1943, by gendarmes from Leżajsk for sheltering several
Jews. All were killed together with Tomasz Wach (see: 628)
Zofia, living at Tworki, near Wi¶niewo, Siedlce prov.
KRASUSKI, Stanisław, 5, her son
by gendarmes on Feb. 13, 1943, with 7 Jews sheltered by Zofia
Józef, 35, farmer, living at Boisko, near Lipsko, Radom prov.
KRAWCZYK, Zofia, 33, his wife
KRAWCZYK, Adam, 9, their son
on their farm on Jan. 2, 1943 for help to Jews. Their farm was burnt
down. At the same time died to Borycki family (see: 44-46)
Maria, living in Lwów (city now in the Soviet Ukraine)
to death by a special court of the commander of the SS and the Galician
District Police for sheltering Jews; public notice of Dec. 14, 1943
Leon, 41, farmer, living at Boisko, near Lipsko, Radom prov.
on Nov. 7, 1943 with 2 other persons for help to Jews. See: 74-582)
Wiktoria, 40, shot a day later (Nov. 8, 1943)
KRYSIEWICZ, Stanisław, farmer, from Waniewo, near Narew, Białystok pr.
KRYSIEWICZ, Władysława, 37, his wife
by military police from Tykocin, in September 1943, for sheltering Jews:
Leyser Różanowicz and his wife, Benjamin Różanowicz and his wife, Shloma
Jaskółka and his wife, Olsha from Sokoły and a young Warsaw woman, all
of whom perished also. 5 young Krysiewicz children were taken into the
homes of neighbours
Władysław, living at Faliszówka, Krosno prov.
on Nov. 21, 1943, with 2 Jewish women and a child, 5 years old Siedlce
Bolesław, farmer, from Olesin, near Dębe Wielkie, Siedlce prov.
on May 12, 1943 by military police together with the Jewish fugitive,
named Idel, sheltered in his house
Franciszek, 50, living at Wierzbica, near Kozłów, Kielce prov.
KSIĄŻEK, Julia, 40, his wife
KSIĄŻEK, Jan, 21, son
KSIĄŻEK, Zygmunt, 18, son
on Jan. 29, 1943, with 2 other families for hiding the 3 Jews Wandelsmans,
killed with them. The fugitives’son-in-law, Naftul, capturedand beaten,
informed about their hide-out. (see: 294-298, 401-402, 439)
Zofia, living at Pantalowice, near Kańczuga, Przemy¶l prov.
on Dec. 4, 1942, with her parents and other villagers, for helping a
group of about 12 local Jews, hidden in nearby woods (see: 93-96)
Anna, living at Wierzbica, near Kozłów, Kielce prov.
KUCHARSKI, Mieczysław, 15, son
KUCHARSKI, Bolesław, 9, son
KUCHARSKI, Józef, 7, twin son
KUCHARSKI, Stefan, 7, twin son
on Jan. 29, 1943, by military police, with the Książek and Nowak families
and 2 Jewish fugitives from the Wandelsman family. Survived the massacre:
Kucharski Izydor, father, and Bronisław, 13, son, who regained consciousness,
but lost completely his sight, while Izydor lost an eye Anna’s mother,
Julianna Ostrowska, was shot with the Kucharskis. The Wandelsmans’ son-in-law,
tortured, gave out their shelter (see: 289-292, 439)
Roman, 31, living at Bystrzejowice, near Piaski, Lublin prov.