Matches 201 to 250 of 295
|201||Married and died with her husband and children in Auschwitz||Nuta, Miriam (I4196)
|202||Married at 15, to a soldier from wisconsin, marriage later|
2 children given up for adoption
|Kiront, Barbara (I556)
|203||Married Fri pm common custom - Shabbat sheva bracha 5 Adar 5666|
Sold embroidered Torah mantels all over Europe, including
|Carmel, Sarah Lee (I80)
|204||Married with 4 children, all murdered by the Nazis in Auschwitz||Nuta, Icchok Lejb (I4147)
|205||Married with children, all murdered by the Nazis in 1942||Nuta (Married Surname), Tema (I4154)
|206||Married with two children. Her husband's name was either ___ Wajn or Wajn ____.|
All were murdered by the Nazis at Auschwitz
|Nuta, Chava (I4148)
|207||Married Yom Haatzemeut||Barlev, Yehoshua (I194)
|208||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Pesta, Larry Steven (I1031)
|209||Married, her husband was also murdered, but her 8 month old baby was not circumsized and given to a|
Christian friend to raise. The baby may have survived. Her husband's brother (her brother in law)
survived and went to Israel, and told Ana Raquel's parents about this child.
|Nuta, Rachel (I4198)
|210||Massive Heart attack||Cohn, Barnett (I1027)
|211||May have been born about 1920||Aronson, Paulina (I986)
|212||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||MacIsaac, Ari Jonah (I1137)
|213||Moishe came from Kherson, along with most of his family. But he had a brother who lived in Odessa|
and the Odessa branch were musicians and associated with the conservatory there.
|Eisenstein, Morris (I1594)
|214||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Sreb, Joshua (I426)
|215||Mother's maiden name was Haber||Hofberg, Joseph (I1485)
|216||Moved to New York in 1923||Nathin, Louis (I4156)
|217||Moved to Rochester New York California 1940||Brauer, Kinley Jules (I2512)
|218||Name from JRI Poland list as married to a Rivka Perlstadt||Lewitas, Wolf (I935)
|219||Name: Abraham Lee Schlamovitch|
Army #: 2,700,235
Registrant: yes, Emmons county
Birth Place: Colonial, Russia
Birth Date: 21 Sep 1892
Parent's Origin: declarant citizen
Comment: inducted at Minneapolis, Minn., on May 13, 1918; served in Medical Department, Fort Riley,
Kans., to June 9, 1918; Camp Crane, Pa., July Medical Replacement Draft, to Aug. 26, 1918; Medical
Detachment, 18th Field Artillery, to discharge;
|Smiley, Abraham Lee (I3284)
|220||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Uhlig, Emily (I850)
|221||Naturalized 2 March 1942 in Southern District of New York US District Court|
Petition number 394492, ARR 3411626
|Kassover, Sadie (I122)
|222||never had a Bar Mitzvah ceremony|
lied about age when came to work for Lockheed, worked at least
10 years past normal retirement
|Meyers, Henry (I1010)
|223||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Perlstadt, Roger Joshua (I89)
|224||old in 1969; had children and grandchildren then|
Married a Russian Count and Lived in St. Petersburg, Russia
|Edelberg, Sonja (I569)
|225||Orphaned raised by aunt, uncle|
JRI Poland has a marriage in 1868 between a Moishe Kopsdorf and a Bajla Szames.
Also there is a Shlomo Jehuda Kopsdorf in the Warsaw cemetery, possible the grandfather of this man
|Kopsdorf, Solomon Yehuda (I45)
|226||Owned a tailor shop in 1940 in San Francisco.||Gumbert, Samuel (I1451)
|227||Pants Presser 1910 census|
Arrived in 1898
|Schulman, Herman (I4965)
|228||Parkinson's disease||Bigos, Nathan (I256)
|229||Petition number 98455 Los Angeles California||Colburt, Jack (I1440)
|230||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Wagner, Dr. Arne David (I21)
|231||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Anker, Israel (I1176)
|232||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Schclar, Patricia (I978)
|233||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Rose, Mark (I4446)
|234||Possibly a cousin, on the passenger manifest, it mentions that Broncha is going to her uncle, Rubin|
Lauer at 93 Suffolk St. New York. Best guess is that one of her mother's sisters married Rubin Lauer.
However this does not work as her mother's maiden name does not match Rubin Lauer's wife's maiden
The 1930 census has their ages as 44 and 42 respectively.
Rubin is Max's father! but Max's mother's maiden name is Goodstein.
Is Rubin really her uncle in addition to being her future father-in-law?
Married at his home.
Also note that according to one manifest a Max Lauer of approximately the same age was naturallized
in Brooklyn in 1929, passport # 43544
1910 census doing embroidery
Their marriage license has them both as 21, which would mean that Max was born about 1887, which
is consistent with the census information and inconsistent with the draft card information
|Lauer, Max (I121)
|235||Premarital Notarized agreement #642||Lasher, Itsek (I1498)
|236||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Kart, Stuart (I676)
|237||Raymond Bernstein, age 36, late of 141 S. Central|
avenue, beloved husband of Rose Ann; dear father
of Susan and Linda; fond brother of Jack, Harold,
Esther Meyers, and Sarah Winters; son-in-law of
Hy and Lena Bernstein. Service Monday, 11 a.m.,
at chapel, 3654 W. Roosevelt road. Member of
Austin lodge, B'nai B'rith. Inf., VAn Buren
|Bernstein, Estelle (I1015)
|238||Rheumatic Fever and complications||Cohn, Aaron Jacob (I1022)
|239||Sam's naturalization papers give Dora's dob as 15 April 1891|
Marriage Cert License #4038
Died of Uterine cancer
Married in Congregation Beth Israel
|Meyer, Dora (I1009)
|240||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Kart, Patricia Fay (I658)
|241||Second Aliyah 1911||Carmel, Yehiel (I173)
|242||Served in Army in WW2. Army paid medical school tuition. Then transferred to the Navy as VE day|
came. Served 1.5 years in Army and then 1.5 Years in Navy in both WW2 and Korean war.
|Edelberg, Herman (I641)
|243||Services for Dr. Gershon Shugar, 86, the retired president of Rona Laboratories in Bayonne, will be|
today at 10:30 a.m. at Wien and Wien, Hackensack. He died Wednesday at Care 1, Edison.
Born in Tarbor, N.C., Shugar was a longtime Clifton resident before moving to Edison a year ago.
He was president of Rona Laboratories, Bayonne. He retired three years ago.
He was a Navy veteran of World War II.
Surviving are a son, Dr. Ronald Shugar; a daughter, Rose Bauman; two brothers, Harold and Gerald;
two sisters, Evelyn Brauer and Marguerite Brill; and four grandchildren, Dr. Alan J. Bauman, Shari Lynn
Bauman, Dr. Julia Shugar-Ebrahimzadeh and Gregory P. Shugar.
|Shugar, Gershon (I4570)
|244||Severe Rheumatoid Arthritis||Cohn, Rose (I1020)
|245||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Miller, Shain (I103)
|246||She and her husband are second cousins once removed.||Goldman, Gittel (I182)
|247||She came to the US in 1924.|
She took was put on a train from New York to Long Beach. Got food poisoning from a can of sardines
train. Mendel (Manuel) met the train in Texas, learned his mother was ill, took her off the train to a
hospital. She recovered and they took the
Her mother walked from Libya?? Libau? to near L'vovo, and sold sewing notions door to door in L'vovo
at the age of 95.
|Abramovitch, Mary (I3358)
|248||She died at age 15 or 16. She may have been the second oldest.||Aronson, Aida (I984)
|249||She has a daughter Mira||Eidelberg, Fira (I4708)
|250||She is living with Sam and Celia Gumbart in San Francisco in the 1940 census||Levenstein, Luba (I813)
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