|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||Tsimbler||Hirsh||No children||Sewing shoes; played soccer||Shkud||40||Shkud, July 1941|
|Wife||Tsimbler/Glago||Doba||No children||Housewife||Shkud||35||Alka Hill|
|Sister of Hirsh||Tsimbler||Rivka||Shkud, Latvia||34||Latvia 1941|
|Tsimbler||Tsipa||And family||Shkud||46||Alka Hill|
According to Hana Shaf-Brener, Hirsh Tsimbler was married to Doba (nee Glago). The couple had no children. Hirsh stitched shoes for a living and was also a football player.
Hirsh had a sister, Rivka, who lived in Latvia.
Tsipa Tsimbler and her family lived in Shkud.
The “Maccabi” board, Shkud; 20.8.1928 – For the departure of member M. Urdang. Bottom row (right to left): Yosef Fisher, Tzvi Tzimbler, Leib Elishuv (now in France). Second row: Abraham Natanson, Shlomo London, David Rodner (now in Israel), Moshe Urdang (now in the USA), Harry Yudelman, Kalman Cohen (now in the USA). Third row: Alexander Pinta (now in Israel), Ephraim Tzisling (now in South Africa), Leib Cohen, Aharon Cohen, Alexander Mines (now in the USA) (Kehilat Shkud 24)
“Maccabi”, Shkud. Bottom row (right to left): Tuvia Einbinder, Leib Tzimbelov. Second row: Eliezer Bob, Wolf Bass, Aba Levin, Reuven Gilder, Shlomo Malkin, David Bass, Leib Friedman (now in South Africa), Alexander Pinta (now in Israel). Third row: Chaim Shalom Abramovitsch (now in France), Shlomo London, David Davidov, Yosef Fisher, Leib Elishuv (now in France), Eliezer Baskind (now in South Africa). Fourth row: Yosef Kirzhner, Mendel Segal, Gedaliyahu Einbinder (now in Lithuania), Chaim Natanson (now in Israel), Benjamin Chin (now in South Africa), Benjamin Shtiris, Shmuel Axelrod, Abraham Bunis, Michel Fogelman, Yitzhak Aibel, Pesach Bob (now in South Africa). Fifth row: Leib Shpetz, Abraham Friedman (now in South Africa), Meir Teitz (now in Israel), Israel Tenor, Leib Perlgeber, Shlomo Yudelman (Kehilat Shkud 25)
According to Jewish Gen’s Lithuania Tax and Voters Lists database, the Tsimbler family was already established in Shkud in 1846. According to the Lithuania Marriages database, Moshe Aron Glago and his wife Masha had a daughter, Braine, who married Hirsh Itsik Tsimbler (born in 1909 to Leizer and Tsipe) in 1936. Hirsh was a cobbler and Braine a dressmaker. (It is unclear whether Doba and Braine are the same person or if there is an error in the records.)