Anastazja and Adam Adamski lived in the village of Sikórz (Mazowieckie Province). In the early days of the German occupation, Izaak Zemelman and his family came to their village from Płock. Residents, among whom was the Adamski family, offered warm care to the Jewish family, providing them with food and material support. After some time, however, Izaak and his family decided to return to Płock, where they were taken to the ghetto. Zemelman managed to survive until liberation.