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Seeking information on Kagan family originally from Dvinsk #latvia

Bernard Aronson
 

According to most of the SANDLER family living in the USA during WWII, most (or all) of the KAGAN family were feared murdered in the Shoah.  Ita Beila SANDLER was my mother’s paternal aunt.  To date, I have not been able to find any further information on Leizer Wulf and Ita Beila KAGAN and their family. Can anyone help me discover the fate of any of the Kagans?  Below is given all known information that I have been able to glean from available sources.

 

Thank you,

Bernard Aronson

25555 N. Windy Walk Dr., Unit 14

Scottsdale, AZ USA 85255

Cell: 480.390.3107

Email: dovbenhos@...

 

 

 

 

FACTS ABOUT THE KAGAN-SANDLER FAMILY

Eizer-Wulf KAGAN was probably born in 1860’s in Latvian Russia.  His father was Shmuel Yosel KAGAN.

Ita Beila SANDLER was born in 1864 in Rokiskis, Lithuanian Russia and married to Eizer-Wulf KAGAN..

 

THEIR 9 CHILDREN WERE:

  • Khaya KAGAN was born in 1885 in Dvinsk, Vitebsk, Latvian Russia; She married Berel SHMIDT on 25 July 1905  by Rabbi Hirsh Ratner in Dvinsk.
    • Berel SHMIDT was born 1864 In Novo-Aleksandrovsk, Lithuanian Russia); his father was Borukh SHMIDT.
  • Sholom KAGAN was born in 1887 and died 16 Mar 1888 in Dvinsk, Vitebsk, Latvian Russia.
  • Shmuel Yosel KAGAN was born 9 Jan 1890 in Dinaburg (Daugavpils, Dvinsk), Vitebsk, Latvian Russia.
  • Natla KAGAN was born on 10 Nov 1891 in Dinaburg (Daugavpils, Dvinsk), Vitebsk, Latvian Russia
  • Gitel KAGAN was born on 3 Nov 1893 in Dinaburg (Daugavpils, Dvinsk), Vitebsk, Latvian Russia
  • Ester KAGAN was born on Aug 31 1895 in Dinaburg (Daugavpils, Dvinsk), Vitebsk, Latvian Russia
  • Eta KAGAN was born 3 Sep 1898 in Dinaburg (Daugavpils, Dvinsk), Vitebsk, Latvian Russia.
  • Itzhak KAGAN was born on 30 Oct 1903 In Dinaburg (Daugavpils, Dvinsk), Vitebsk, Latvian Russia
  • Abram KAGAN was born on 5 Apr 1905 in Dinaburg (Daugavpils, Dvinsk), Vitebsk, Latvian Russia

 

  • The birthdates and death dates were from the records of Rabbi Hirsh RATNER, et al, from Dinaburg (Daugavpils, Dvinsk), Vitebsk, Latvian Russia.