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According to Hana Shaf-Brener, Yeshue Gopelman and his wife had two children: David, a shoemaker, and Zelda.
According to “Jews in the Memory of Skuodas People” (see the link on this page), Shija Gopelman (presumably Yeshue) worked in the colonial trading business (19), meaning a shop selling tea, spices, cotton, and other goods produced in “the colonies” or overseas.
According to Jewish Gen’s Lithuania database, tax and Voters Lists, Ovsey Wulf Gopelman, son of Yankel, was born in Skuodas in 1886; he was a trader. Ginda Gopelman, son (daughter?) of Fayvel, born in 1914, worked in a grocery story. According to Jewish Gen’s Lithuania Deaths database, David Gopelman, son of Ovsey and Feige, died age 15 of heart disease in 1932. The relationship of these Gopelmans to Yeshue is unclear.
As of Sept. 2013, Yad Vashem has no record of the Gopelman family from Skuodas or Lithuania.