|Relationship||Family/ Pre-Marriage Name||First Name||Father’s Name||Mother’s Name||Occupation or Nickname||Place of birth/ Residence||Age or birth date||Place and date of death|
|Husband||Binder||Yakov Moshe||Fabric shop||Shkud||60||Shkud, beg. June-July 1941|
According to Shaf-Brener, Yakov Moshe Binder worked in a fabric shop. He was 60 years old and married to Tsipora, 56. They had a son, Sholem.
Sholem Binder was a member of the Shkud chapter of Hashomer Hatzair.
Bottom row (right to left): Moshe Kangisser (now in South Africa), Jacob Kravitz, Meir Sheindling, Hirt Tov (now in Rhodesia), David Gruppel (now in Israel), Yosef Taitz, Moshe Falk, Chaim Elkin. Second row: Yosef Peltz (now in Israel), Tzipa Sher, Perlgeber, Meir Hovsha, Daniel Prochovnik Pirchiyahu (now in Israel), Alexander Pinta (now in Israel), Gitta Taitz, Zalman Gruppel (now in Israel), Miriam Tov, Eliyahu Fogelman (now in the USSR), David Peltz, Chaim Urdang, Eliezer Bob. Third row: Sarah Belkind (now in Lithuania), Gelle Perlgeber, Shalom Binder, Feige Perlgeber, Shlomo Yankelovitz, Meir Taitz, Chaya Peltz Yaakobi (now in Israel), Tzipora Taitz Freilichman (now in Israel), Tzipa Singer. Fourth row: Eliyahu Reif (now in Israel), Leib Yitzhak Mines, Dvora Segal, Feiga Fogelman, Hinda Segal (now in Lithuania), Rachel Bob, Etta Shlez (now in Australia), Mina Baskind, Ester Sheindling, Hinda Savel Rathoiz (now in Israel), Sheina Baskind. Fifth row: Aba Bloch, Tova Mines, Israel Tenor, Shlomo Yitzhak Fogelman, Shlomo Taitz (now in Israel), Temma Taitz (now in the USA), Daniel Abramovic (now in the USA)(Photo Kehilat Shkud 20)
JewishGen’s “Lithuania – Tax and Voters Lists” database provides the following information: In 1910, Yankel Mousha Binder, a trader, son of Leyzer, had 500 rubles in the Skuodas Postal Savings bank. In 1912, Yankel Mousha Binder, a trader, son of Abram, had 300 rubles in the Skuodas Postal Savings bank. In 1914, Yankel Mousha Binder, son of Abram, worked in a grocery store in Skuodas.
Etta Binder, daughter of Meyer Kagan, lived in the Old Town; her husband was a merchant and she was a tradeswoman. In April 1910, she had 500 rubles in the Skuodas Postal Savings bank, and in April 1912 she had 400 rubles.
For more information on the Binder family in Skuodas, see www.jewishgen.org.