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 Yurburg Netanel Store Shkud 50 Shkud, July 1941
Wife Yurburg Sarah Housewife Shkud 50 Alka Hill
Son Yurburg Shloime Netanel Sarah “Midget” Teacher of Russian and math Shkud 28 Shkud
Son Yurburg Netanel Sarah Shkud 24 Shkud

According to Hana Shaf-Brener, Netanel Yurburg, who worked in a store, was married to Sarah. They had two adult sons: Shloime, a teacher of Russian and math, nicknamed “Midget” (perhaps for his shortness or, ironically, tallness?) and another son whose name is not given (perhaps Abraham in the picture below?).

Jewish Gen’s Lithuania Tax and Voters Lists database indicates that the Yurburg family lived in Shkud by 1892, though Netanel and his family do not appear there. The Yizkor Book Necrology Database lists only Israel Yurburg (Sroel, son of Leyb, living in Shkud in 1904, does appear on the Tax and Voters List).

Yad Vashem’s Central DB of Shoah Victims’ Names indicates no Yurburgs in Shkud or Lithuania.

18 HaNoar

“Ha’Noar” association in Shkud, 20 Sivan, 5695 (June 21, 1935). Bottom row (right to left): Yitzhak Aibel, Yechezkel Yudelman (now in the USA), Shoshana Yudelman (now in the USA), Benjamin Shtiris, Mira Chatzkel, Sarah Fil (now in the USA), Abraham Yorburski.
 Second row: Leah Mines, Shlomo London, Chaya Sheindling Mevezis (now in Israel), Mendel Baskind (now in South Africa), Liba Shaf, Shraga Perlgeber (now in Israel), Miriam Savel, Alexander Pinta (now in Israel), Yeshayahu Fogelman.
Third row: Liba Tov, Leah Perlgeber, Yehudit EIsen Halpern (now in Israel), Mendel Segal, Roda Chin, Sarah Reif Piotrkowski (now in Israel), Tova Levin, Miriam Katz Gelfand (now in Israel), Liba Horvitz, Pesia Dorfman, Mane Yudelman (now in South Africa).
Fourth row: Eliezer Baskind (now in South Africa), Leib Friedman (now in South Africa), Klein (now in France), Feiga Hadasin (now in South Africa), Mina Cohen, Rosa Axelrod, Abraham Tenor (now in South Africa), Temma Meller (now in Canada). (Photo Kehilat Shkud 18).