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PLUST family #general


Sherri Bobish
 


Ida,

You don't say where you lived as a child.  If you lived in the U.S., take a look at this link.  It is the 1930 census index of people named PLUST in the U.S. (several different cities / states.)
It is two pages long:
https://www.familysearch.org/search/record/results?q.surname=plust&q.surname.exact=on&f.collectionId=1810731&count=20&offset=0&m.defaultFacets=on&m.queryRequireDefault=on&m.facetNestCollectionInCategory=on
You can look at the actual census page to see more info on each person, including street address in 1930.

Regards,

Sherri Bobish


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


rich.meyersburg@...
 

Ida

It would help us if you told us where your folks were living when you were 2.  A street address would be best.

Rich


Ida & Joseph Schwarcz
 

Dear genners,
The name Plust is fairly unusual. When I was two years old (I am 90) and my
brother was an infant, my father was hit from behind by a truck and
hospitalized with a fractured skull. My mother ran to the hospital every day
to bring him kosher food. A neighbor, Mrs. Plust, took care of us. I
remember a photo of her children. Her son had lost an eye to a firecracker
and everyone thought it was a good thing because he was not drafted.
Does the name PLUST ring a bell with anyone? I am not sure where the family
originated but they spoke Yiddish.
Thanks in advance
Shana Tova

Dr. Ida Selavan Schwarcz
Jerusalem