|122. FEDEROWICZ, Jakub,
living at Kaweczyn, Skierniewice prov.
Shot in the spring of 1944,
for sheltering Abraham Rosenberg and his son, as well as other Jewish
people. Also shot was Stanislaw Trojanowski, his associate and the
Jews, of which only one succeeded in getting away (see: 616) .
123. * FILIPEK, Katarzyna,
47, farmer, from Tokarnia, near Nowy Targ, Cracow
Murdered in January 1944,
result of a denunciation. Since June 1943 she sheltered
six (6) Jews: Samuel Szternlicht, his two daughters, a son-in-law and two
grandchildren, who died with her. She was posthumously awarded the
medal of "Righteous Among the Nations".
124. FIUTKOWSKI, Franciszek,
living at Cisie, near Ceglow, Siedlce prov.
Arrested and executed in
a group execution on June 28, 1943, for help to Jewish people (see:
125. FOLTA, Szymon, living
at Jankowice, near Chlopice, Przemysl prov.
He was shot by the military
police, together with five (5) Jews he was sheltering: Jeremiah Nadel,
Necha Nadel with her 7 years old daughter, Mila, and two seamstresses:
Regina Amada, 28 and Dora Ring, 35.
126. FORELLE, Maria, 61,
from Celestynow, near Otwock, Warsaw prov.
She was shot on Mar. 31,
1944, with the Jewish woman whom she sheltered since the beginning of the
127. FURMANEK, Stanislaw,
living at Daleszyce, Kielce Prov.
Executed in the Kielce prison
in summer of 1942, for transporting Jews by horse and cart, in the company
of Michal Malarecki, to the town of Chmielnik, where Jewish people might
hide more safely (see: 356).