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 Esterman Chane Elchanon Butcher Shkud 45 Shkud, end June-beg. July, 1941
Wife Esterman/Nissen Basya Housewife Shkud 42 Alka Hill
Son Esterman Moshe Chane Basya Student Shkud 17 Shkud
Daughter Esterman Chane Basya Student Shkud 15 Alka Hill
Son Esterman Baruch Chane Basya Student Shkud 1930 Alka Hill
Daughter Esterman Chane Basya Student Shkud 12 Alka Hill
Son Esterman Yoel Chane Basya Student Shkud 1932 Alka Hill
Esterman Elka And family Seamstress Shkud 39 Alka Hill

According to Shaf-Brener, Elchanon Esterman, a butcher, was married to Basya (nee Nissen). They had three sons and two daughters. The sons were Moshe, Baruch, and Yoel. Shaf-Brener does not give the daughters’ names.

Another Esterman, Elka, was presumably married and may have had children. It is unclear how she and her family were related to Elchanon and Basya.

According to JewishGen’s Marriages database, Khonas Esterman, son of Meyer and Elka, married Rase [Base?] Nison, daughter of Maushe Yosel and Braine, in 1924. Khonas was a butcher. According to the same database, Khonas had a sister, Nokhe, who was married to Yokel [Yosel?] Stires.

According to JewishGen’s Lithuania databases, Estermans lived in Skuodas from the mid 1800s. A number of individuals are listed, but their relationship to Elchanon, Basya, and Elka is unclear.

As of 2013, Yad Vashem provides no information on any Estermans from Skuodas.