Branitzky (Bralnitzky) Mordechai
Born: 1879
Birth Place: Russia,
Immigrated: 1884
Arrived: 1885
Residence in the Village:
Occupation: farmer, vintner
Departed to:
Died: 1964
Branitzky (Bralnitzky) Nathan
Branitzky (Bralnitzky) Duba Daba
Tulipman Alexander Zelkind
Tulipman (Dikelman) Sheva
    Branitzky (Bralnitzky) Mordechai   Branitzky (Bralnitzky, Tulipman) Rivka    
Children:   Colberg (Branitsky) Nehama    Fellman (Branitzky) Zipora    Branitzky Shalom Shamona

Mordechai ("Hamufti") Branitzky was born in Russia. He immigrated to Eretz Israel with his parents in 1884 and one year later arrived to Rishon Le-Zion.
He was a winegrower and farmer. He was a farmer who tried to grow all the agricultural branches of that period: almonds, tobacco, citrus, olives, grain, vegetables and silk worms. He worked at paving roads in the village.
He was active in the public life in the village: he was in charge of the finances of the village's pharmacy; he was a member of school committee; he was a member of the Village Committee from 1924-1939; he was a member of the Farmers' Committee; he was a member in the "Mukhtaria"; after the death of his father, Natan Branitzky, and Menachem Mendel Abramovitch, he (together with his brother, Haim) continued their activities in lending medical accessories to the needy.