|61. CHEZALIK, Jadwiga, 41,
farmer, from Hucisko, near Glogow, Rzeszow prov.
Killed on June 10, 1943 for
sheltering Jews in a mass execution in which 21 villagers died (see:
62. CHEC, Franciszek, 17,
living at Tomaszewice, near Jastkow, Lublin prov.
As a foster-child of Leonard
Pietrak, he was killed with him and his family for harboring two Jewish
men, on Feb. 28, 1944 (see: 461-463).
63. CHOLEWINSKI, Marcin,
30, living at Grzymalkow, near Kielce
On Oct. 19, 1942 he was shot
for supplying food to the Radoszyce ghetto
64. CHOREW, Wlodzimierz,
from Bereza Kartuska (now in the Soviet Ukraine)
65. CHOREW, his mother (name
66. CHOREW, his father (name
They were executed in the
fall of 1943, together with the Jewish woman, Leycha Kaplan, whom they
67. CHOWANIAK, Karol, farmer,
from Zawoja, near Makow Podhalanski, Bielsko prov.
68. CHOWANIAK, Tekla, his
Karol was arrested in May
1943, together with the four Jews he sheltered among them the Kuczko family,
who were shot on the spot. Karol underwent several weeks of interrogation
in the Gestapo prison "Palace" at Zakopane, and was sent to Auschwitz.
Tekla was arrested with her foster-child, Karolina Marek, and was sent
directly to Auschwitz, where all three died (see: 368).
69. CHRACA, Karol, 46, residing
at Wroblowka, Nowy Sacz prov.
The Gestapo executed him
on May 20, 1942, at Czarny Dunajec, together with Jozef Lehrer and his
daughter, for supplying food to them and to other Jewish people in hiding
70. CHUBRO, Marcin, 37, from
Przewrotne, near Glogow, Malopolski, Rzeszow prov.
71. CHUBRO, Michal, 53
On May 9, 1943, following
Gestapo orders, the military police from Rzeszow surrounded the village
of Przewrotne and murdered 16 Poles for harboring Jews. Those who also
died were: Andrzej Gola, Antoni Granat, Ludwik Gut, Jozef Kus, Pawel Laska, Jan
Marszal, Jozef Tyburski (see: 148, 152, 164, 317, 323, 371, 618). The names of
other seven victims have not been established. Similar executions took place
in Przewrotne on Mar. 13, 1943. (see: 49-51) and in nearby Hucisko on June 10,
1943 (see: 19-20).
72. CHYBOWSKI, Franciszek,
60, from Rzedowice, near Ksiaz Wielki, Kielce pr.
73. CHYBOWSKI, Julia, 54,
The couple was shot on Mar.
5, 1943, for sheltering Jews
74. CIESIELSKI, Jozef, 19,
farmer, from Boisko near Lipsko, Radom prov.
On Nov. 7, 1943, he was shot
as one of three, for help to Jews (see 283, 582).
75. CIESLAK, Wojciech, living
at Leka Szczucinska, Tarnow prov.
He was shot on Mar 21, 1943,
for sheltering in his house a Jewish woman from the village of Pacanow
76. CIOLKOSZ, Feliks, 58,
from Markuszowa, near Wisniowa, Rzeszow prov.
77. CIOLKOSZ (Christian
name unknown) 50, his wife
78. CIOLKOSZ, Jan, 26, their
Shot in June 1943 by the
military police from Wisniowa, for helping Jews, who took refuge in nearby
woods (see 426).
79. CYPARSKI, Stefania Janina,
25, from Wydrna, Krosno prov.
80. CYPARSKI, Alfred Fryderyk,
81. CYPARSKI, Stanislawa,
82. CYPARSKI, Tadeusz, 6
The family was killed in
March 1944 for help to Jews, rendered by Stefania
83. CYPARSKI, Wojciech, 30
living at Krzemienna, Krosno prov.
Shot in March 1944 by the
Gestapo for helping Jews and Soviet POW's
84. CZAPLA, Stanislaw, 30,
farmer, from Swiesielice, Radom prov.
The gendarmes from Ciepielow
murdered him on Dec. 7, 1942 for help to Jews. Together with him
died: Bronislaw Dobron, Stanislaw Nowotnik, Marianna Skwira, Wojciech Skrzak
and members of the Wdowiak and of the Wojewodka families (see: 102,
403, 557, 561, 638-640, 660-665)
85. CZERSKI, Janina Wanda,
56, living in Warsaw
She sheltered seven (7) Jews
in her house in Milanowek: Jadwiga Minski, whose husband had been killed
in Katyn, and six (6) others, known only by their assumed names: the Cholewinski
couple and their two sons and the Kordonski couple. In the fall of
1943 five of them were arrested and their fate is unknown. Janina
Wanda, arrested with them, was transferred from the Pawiak prison to Auschwitz,
where she died on Feb. 20, 1944
86. CZERWONKA, Franciszek,
56, farmer, from Pawlosiow, near Jaroslaw. Rzeszow prov.
87. CZERWONKA, Julia, 55,
88. CZERWONKA, Stanislaw,
Shot on July 7, 1943, by
the Gestapo for sheltering Jews.