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
Mintriski Braina Dyeing and knitting socks Shkud 75 Alka Hill

According to Hana Shaf-Brener, Braina Mintriski lived in Shkud. She made her living dyeing and knitting socks.

According to Kehilat Shkud, Breina Mintriski had a dyeing factory in the New Town (52); “in the New Town there was Breina Montriski’s cloth dyeing factory, and in the course of time another such factory was established by Yehuda Chatzkin hy”d “(13).

As of October 2013, Jewish Gen provides no information on Braina Mintriski. However, its Lithuania Tax and Voters Lists database provides information on Shmuel Montrisky, son of Notel. Shmuel was born about 1852, and therefore perhaps was Braina’s father (or a much older husband?). In 1912 Shmuel lived on Svinskaya street, was a dyer, and had 200 rubles in a Postal Savings bank account; that sum rose to 500 rubles in 1913, so his business appears to have quickly prospered.

As of October 2013, Yad Vashem provides no information on the Montrisky family of Shkud.