Abram Mojżesz Widawski
Abram Mojżesz Widawski – a doctor of internal medicine, was born on May 21, 1893 as the son of Mendel and Masza née Płockier. He graduated from medical studies in 1925 in Warsaw. Initially, he practiced in Wyszogród. Abram Mojżesz Widawski’s wife was Dyna Ryfka née Sztern. Their son Leon was born in Wyszogród (March 3, 1928). From 1931 to 1940, the Widawski family lived in Płock at 15 Bielska Street in the house of Moszek Aron Sadzawka. Abram Mojżesz Widawski was the owner of the neighboring tenement house at number 17. During World War II, Abram Mojżesz Widawski with his wife and son was deported by the German occupation authorities to Częstochowa. He died in early 1942 of typhus, as did his wife Dyna Ryfka (in April of the same year) and son Leon (in the first half of March of the same year).