Re: PLUST family #general


Valentin Lupu
 

Shalom Ida,
Plust is indeed a relatively rare name. Here are my web  search results. Moshe Frust donated in 1942 a huge amount of money (2000 pounds) for buying a nursing home for aged needy people in Petah-Tikvah. He also donated money for a synagogue at the second floor of the building. in 1941 he was elected as a member of Mizrachi Religious Party Council in Petah-Tikvah. It is specified that he was of  Lithuanian origin. The Mechtinger Building, 42 Geula st. Tel Aviv , was declared as an architectural heritage building. The building was erased in 1931 on a plot of land owned by Moshe Plust. Moshe ben Yehuda Leib Plust is buried in Mount of Olives Cemetery, Jerusalem. He passed away on March 1945. There is a person named Prust, living in Jerusalem. If you are interested in contacting him, let me know your private email address and I'll send a phone number.

Valentin Lupu
ISRAEL

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