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Sadie LAPIN

F, #I5551, b. 09 December 1893

Family

Marriage 1 : Nn LAPPIN m. 1914, b. 1889

Sources

  1. FamilySearch.org, LDS Family search website
  2. Drebin, NJ online on Familysearch.org,

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Joseph LAPIN

M, #I5552, b. 1895

Sources

  1. FamilySearch.org, LDS Family search website
  2. Drebin, NJ online on Familysearch.org,

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Rose (Rosa) LAPIN

F, #I5553, b. 12 November 1884, d. 15 May 1958

Family

Marriage 1 : Charles DREBEN , b. 28 March 1884, d. 14 October 1965

  1.    Mendel DREIBEN, b. abt. 1910
  2.    Harold DREIBEN, b. abt. 1917

Notes:

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name: Rose Dreiben
residence: , King, Washington
estimated birth year: 1886
age: 34
birthplace: England
relationship to head of household: Wife
gender: Female
race: White
marital status: Married
father's birthplace: England
mother's birthplace: England
film number: 1821929
digital folder number: 4390968
image number: 00677
sheet number: 2
Household Gender Age
spouse Charles Dreiben M 36y
Rose Dreiben F 34y
child Mendel Dreiben M 10y
child Harold Dreiben M 3y6m

Sources

  1. FamilySearch.org, LDS Family search website
  2. Drebin, NJ online on Familysearch.org,

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Mendel DREIBEN

M, #I5554, b. abt. 1910

Sources

  1. FamilySearch.org, LDS Family search website

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Hyam Levi LAPIN

M, #I5555, b. 13 January 1892, d. 15 January 1893

Sources

  1. FamilySearch.org, LDS Family search website

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Charles DREBEN

M, #I5556, b. 28 March 1884, d. 14 October 1965

Family

Marriage 1 : Rose (Rosa) LAPIN , b. 12 November 1884, d. 15 May 1958

  1.    Mendel DREIBEN, b. abt. 1910
  2.    Harold DREIBEN, b. abt. 1917

Sources

  1. Drebin, NJ online on Familysearch.org,

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Harold DREIBEN

M, #I5557, b. abt. 1917

Sources

  1. FamilySearch.org, LDS Family search website

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LOUIS

M, #I5558

Family

Marriage 1 : MIRRIAM

  1. Samuel KLEEGER, b. 19 December 1890

Sources

  1. FamilySearch.org, LDS Family search website

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MIRRIAM

F, #I5559

Family

Marriage 1 : LOUIS

  1. Samuel KLEEGER, b. 19 December 1890

Sources

  1. FamilySearch.org, LDS Family search website

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Leonard KLEEGER

M, #I5560, b. abt. 1917

Sources

  1. Louise L. Haines. private research,
  2. FamilySearch.org, LDS Family search website

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Raymond KLEEGER

M, #I5561, b. abt. 1920

Sources

  1. Louise L. Haines. private research,
  2. FamilySearch.org, LDS Family search website

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Sidney KLEEGER

M, #I5562, b. abt. 1922

Sources

  1. Louise L. Haines. private research,
  2. FamilySearch.org, LDS Family search website

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Paul KLEEGER

M, #I5563, b. abt. 1924

Sources

  1. Louise L. Haines. private research,
  2. FamilySearch.org, LDS Family search website

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William KLEEGER

M, #I5564, b. 1928

Sources

  1. Louise L. Haines. private research,
  2. FamilySearch.org, LDS Family search website

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Moshe Sheftel (Moses) LAPIN

M, #I5565, b. bef. 1833

Family

Marriage 1 : HANNAH , b. 1834, d. abt. 1910

  1. Abraham Israel (Adam) LAPIN, b. abt. 1860, d. 18 February 1942
  2. Rose LAPIN
  3.    Meyer Mike LAPIN
  4.    Hinde Anne LAPIN

Notes:

I am eagerly awaiting development on Kretinga, Kovno Geburnia, of Telshai Uyzed. My great, great, great grandfather, Pinchas Lapin (if the surname was then in use as he was born pre-Napoleon, ca. 1780). Three of his sons were Dov Ber Lapin, Sholem Shachna Lapin, and Sheftel, I descend from both Dov Ber and Sholem Shachna Lapin due to cousin marriages. Three sons of Dov Ber wed three daughters of Sholem Shachna Lapin. a son of Dov Ber Lapin, My great grandfather, Moshe Sheftel Lapin died aged 35 years of age in Kretinga. He had bright red hair and a bright red beard. My family has been united in relationship to the Charlap-Lapin family.
From:
Subject: Re: [LITHUANIA-L] Lapinskas
Date: Tue, 4 Jan 2000 01:52:33 EST

THANK YOU FOR THE INTERESTING SPECULATION YOU HAVE ADDED TO THE SPECULATIONS
ABOUT THE ORIGIN OF THE LAPIN, LAPINSKAS, LAPINSKI SURNAMES IN LITHUANIA. MY
GREAT GRANDFATHER. MOSHE SHEFTEL LAPIN WAS DESCRIBED AS HAVING FLAMING RED
HAIR AND A FLAMING RED BEARD. AS HIS SON, MY DEAR GRANDPA, WAS BORN 1860,
IT IS POSSIBLE THAT MOSHE SHEFTEL LAPIN'S FATHER, BORN CA. 1812, OR THE
GRANDFATHER, PINKHUS LAPIN MAY ALSO HAVE HAD SUCH RED HAIR. POSSIBLE WHEN
NAPOLEON EMANCIPATED THE JEWISH PEOPLE AND ORDERED THE JEWS TO TAKE FAMILY
SURNAMES IN LIEU OF THE CUSTOMARY PATRONYMIC NAMES, A RED HEADED MAN MIGHT
HAVE TAKEN THE NAME OF A FOX. THAT IS A GOOD SPECULATION, DON'T YOU THINK?

LOUISE LAPIN-HAINES

From:
Subject: Re: [LITHUANIA-L] Re: Pechulis, Sucila
Date: Tue, 4 Jan 2000 01:42:58 EST

Thank you, Fred Hoffman,

For the interesting dissertation on the possible origin of the name LAPIN. I
AM A LAPIN BY BIRTH. It is common in our families for some kid to be
nicknamed "Bunny". I bore that name, my cousin in Liverpool was "BUNTY",
AARON LAPIN,THE INVENTOR OF "REDDIWHIP" whipped cream was also nicknamed "
BUNNY". BUT THAT DOES NOT PROVE A FRENCH CONNECTION.

One legend in our family is that we came from a small town between France
and Belgium. I do not know if that is true. My American born father, (St.
Louis, Missouri, 1886) told me that we got our name from our village, LAPIN,
that everyone in the village was a LAPIN AND THAT THEY WERE ALL RELATED.
THIS I BELIEVE HAVING FOUND SO MANY "DISTANT COUSIN" MARRIAGES, WHICH
UPON DOCUMENTATION TURN OUT TO BE FIRST OR SECOND COUSINS, BUT "DISTANT"
YOU KNOW. Dad's father, my grandpa, migrated ca. 1873 aged 13, from
KRETINGA, KOVNO GEBURNIA, LITHUANIA.

In our Federal archives, I found a 19th century map of Poland showing towns
no longer extant. About 35 miles southwest of GDANSK, I found two nearby
towns of LAPIN, LAPPIN, near LAKE LAPIN, IN THE COUNTY OF LAPIN. I HAVE A
PHOTOCOPY OF THE MAP. I usually document my source material but this time I
did not, for somewhere I read that one of the LAPIN towns was comprised of
68 KATOLICKA FAMILIES. Obviously that was not our town. Possibly the other
town was where we dwelt and from where we may have derived our surname..
Our family never had an ethnic ending. My aunt told me that our name was
always just plain LAPIN. I HAVE BEEN ABLE TO VERIFY THIS IN THE CENSUS LIST
OF 1859 ZEMAIAICIU NEMAUSTIS (I THINK WAS THE SPELLING, WHICH SEEMS TO BE
NEAR KRETINGA AND TAURAGE DOES CONTAIN LISTS WHICH INCLUDES MY ANCESTRAL
NAMES, eg: PINKHUS LAPIN, SHEFTEL LAPIN, SHEFTELOVICH LAPIN, GANA
(HANNAH?) LAPIN, ZIPORAH LAPIN, ABRAM LAPIN, ETC. SO IT SEEMS MY AUNT'S
STATEMENT WAS CORRECT.

ARTHUR MENTON, AUTHOR OF TWO FAMILY GENEALOGICAL FAMILY HARD COVER VOLUMES,
COMPRISING OVER 1300 PAGES, LINKS OUR LAPIN FAMILY WITH OTHER LAPIN AND
CHARLAP FAMILIES IN HIS FAMILY HISTORY. HE HAS INCLUDED ALL OF MY
VOLUMINOUS LAPIN FAMILY CHARTS WITHIN HIS SECOND VOLUME, "ANCILLA TO
TOLEDOT CHARLAP"., PLUS 9 OF MY FAMILY ANECDOTES, INCLUDING THE FIRST TWO
PAGES OF MY DEAR FATHER'S (OF BELOVED MEMORY) "MEMOIRS" ABOUT OUR ANCESTORS
IN LITHUANIA. MENTON ALREADY HAD ABOUT 25 LAPIN FAMILIES IN HIS FIRST
VOLUME, "THE BOOK OF DESTINY, TOLEDOT CHARLAP". THIS ASHKENAZIC FAMILY
EVIDENTLY WAS FOR OVER 500 YEARS, SEPHARDIC, IN SPAIN AND PORTUGAL AND
DESCENDANTS OF IBN YACHYA, OF COURSE PRIOR TO THE INQUISITION. BEFORE THAT
HE HAS TRACED OUR ANCESTRY BACK TO THE BABYLONIAN EXILARCHS AND BACK TO
DESCENT FROM KING DAVID VIA THE SOLOMONIC LINE. IMAGINE THE RESEARCH
INVOLVED! HE GIVES HIS BIBLIOGRAPHY SOURCES. COULD THE LAPIN TYPE SURNAMES
HAVE DERIVED OUT OF CHARLAP? I DO NOT KNOW AND HE DOES NOT SO STATE,
BUT THERE WAS, OF COURSE, MANY ARRANGED COUSIN MARRIAGES BETWEEN THE
CHARLAPS AND THE LAPINS.

LOUISE LAPIN-HAINES

HALOM, CRYSTAL L. ZIBAS FROM LITHUANIAN DESCENT,

MY LAPIN AND SHERESHEVSKY AND SEGALL FAMILIES COME FROM KRETINGA AND TOVRIG
IN THE UYEZD OF RASEINIAI. ANOTHER NAME (LITHUANIAN) FOR THE TOVRIG SHTETL
SEEMS SOMEWHAT SIMILAR IN SPELLING TO YOUR SHTETL. MINE IS ZEMAICIU
NAUMIESTIS.

LOUISE LAPIN-HAINES

Happy 2000, Moss Whitlum-Cooper,

I cannot be really of help, but it might be of some value that whereas
your ancestry is from Memel, my LAPIN PATERNAL GREAT GRANDFATHER MIGRATED
FROM KRETINGA (A BIT NORTH OF MEMEL) FIRST TO GERMANY, AGED 13, AND AGED 20
REJOINED HIS MOTHER AND 2 SISTERS IN LIVERPOOL. OTHERS OF OUR LAPIN FAMILY
HAD ALREADY SETTLED IN LIVERPOOL. The strange fact is that most immigrants
from KRETINGA, settled in the North East of England in SUNDERLAND. It
seems that our family were unique Kretingaers, settling in Liverpool. I
only mention our family in that KRETINGA & MEMEL are so near each other
and that our ancestors settled in Liverpool.
Good luck in your search.

Louise Lapin-Haines

Happy 2000, David Zincavage,

Your explanation of the origin of the Polish and Lithuanian names is very
interesting to me. What do you make of a 19th century LAPIN FAMILY? DOES
YOUR EXPLANATION FOR THE ORIGINS OF THE NAMES LAPINSKAS & LAPINSKY RELATE
IN ANY WAY TO THE LITHUANIAN NAME LAPIN.

My ancestral family appear in ZEMAICIU NEMIAISTIS IN THE CENSUS LIST OF 1859
AS JUST PLAIN LAPIN. My dear father, MOSHE SHEFTEL LAPIN , of beloved
memory, (1886-1968 born in St. Louis , Missouri, USA) had told me that our
surname came from a shtetl of LAPIN AND THAT EVERYONE IN IT WAS A LAPIN AND
WERE RELATED. With the prevalence of arranged cousin marriages, I can
believe it.

Dad's father, ABRAHAM ISRAEL LAPIN MIGRATED FROM KRETINGA, KOVNO GEBURNIA
(NEARBY TO ZEMAICIU NEMAISTIS) in ca 1873 aged 13 when his 35 year father,
MOSHE SHEFTEL LAPIN had died.

I found a 119th century map that had two LAPIN VILLAGES about 30 miles
southwest of GDANSK in POLAND. Somewhere I had read that one of those two
villages contained 68 Katolika families, so obviously we did not come from
there. Maybe we originated from the other shtetl. There seemed to be a
LAPIN LAKEthere, too. i found the old map in the USA archives.

Louise Lapin-Haines

Sources

  1. Louise L. Haines. private research,
  2. Drebin, NJ online on Familysearch.org,
  3. Geni.com,

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Dov Ber LAPIN

M, #I5566, b. bef. 1807

Family

Marriage 1 : Dorah SHEFTELOVITZ , b. abt. 1810

  1. Moshe Sheftel (Moses) LAPIN, b. bef. 1833
  2.    Charles LAPIN

Sources

  1. Louise L. Haines. private research,
  2. Geni.com,
  3. Drebin, NJ online on Familysearch.org,

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Charles LAPIN

M, #I5567

Sources

  1. Louise L. Haines. private research,

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Pinchas LAPIN

M, #I5568, b. bef. 1780

Family

Marriage 1 : UNKNOWN

  1. Dov Ber LAPIN, b. bef. 1807
  2.    Sholem Shachna LAPIN
  3.    Sheftel LAPIN
  4. Shayna Frume LAPIN
  5. Israel Moshe Fishel LAPIN

Sources

  1. Louise L. Haines. private research,

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Sholem Shachna LAPIN

M, #I5569

Sources

  1. Louise L. Haines. private research,

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Sheftel LAPIN

M, #I5570

Sources

  1. Louise L. Haines. private research,

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Shayna Frume LAPIN

F, #I5571

Family

Marriage 1 : Israel Betzalel CHARLAP m. 1830

Notes:

Of Budowlas, Charlaps & Lapins, Volume 9, Number 2, July 1998

In the last issue of this publication, we printed a chart showing the common ancestry of the modern branches of our family. Some people have questioned why their family names were omitted from the chart. That is because this chart goes back to the early 1700s and some of the family names emerged later through marriages into the family. Two examples of such marriages involve the Lapin family and the Budowla/Budovitch family. In both cases two siblings of each family married into the Charlap family. For the Lapins this occurred ca 1830 when Israel Betzalel Charlap (3181,Pl.7) took as bride Shayna Frume Lapin (3190). At about the same time Shayna Frume's brother, Israel Moshe Fishel Lapin (3189) married Israel Betzalel's sister, Sarah Fraidel Charlap (3180). About 30 years later, Yankel Budowla (9383,Pl.81) of Baranowicze, now Belarus married into the Charlap family. His brother Shmuel (9555) married Chaya Zlote Charlap (9556), a sister of Yankel's wife. The Budowla-Charlap marriages resulted in the Budovitch family which eventually settled in Saint John and Fredericton, New Brunswick. Both the Lapin-Charlap marriages and the Budowla-Charlap marriages gave rise to vast, distinguished families. All of these trace back to David Charlap (4082,Pl.3) shown on the chart in the last issue. Everyone on the family tree shares a common descent from Charlaps and/or Ibn Yahyas.
There is most likely an even closer relationship between the Lapin, Budowla, and Charlap families. Family lore has it that these marriages were arranged within the family and that the mates were cousins before the betrothals. The Lapin-Charlap marriages established the family presence in Grodno Guberniya. It is probable that Lapin-Charlap unions occurred earlier a little further northwest in Suwalk Guberniya and in Lithuania. Shayna Frume Lapin and Israel Moshe Fishel Lapin are believed to be children of Pinchas Lapin of Kretinga, Kovno Guberniya, Lithuania, or children of a brother Pinchas. If it is true that our known Charlap-Lapin marriages were between cousins, then Pinchas Lapin must have had Charlap ancestry or was married to a Charlap. We are now investigating these fascinating possibilities together with Louise Lapin Haines (no stranger to these pages) of Los Angeles and Bruno Carmon of Beersheva, Israel. Bruno was born in Zagreb, Yugoslavia, managed to survive the harsh years of World War II and made aliyah in 1950. He served in the Israel Air Force and later studied for his Ph.D. in chemistry at Hebrew University. He was a prominent reseacher at the Weizmann Institute and with the Israeli Atomic Energy Commission. He is married to Natalie Rahmilevitch, granddaughter of the well known dermatologist and Jewish community leader, Dr. Abel Abba Lapin of Kovno.

Sources

  1. Louise L. Haines. private research,

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Israel Moshe Fishel LAPIN

M, #I5572

Family

Marriage 1 : Sarah Fraidel CHARLAP

Notes:

Of Budowlas, Charlaps & Lapins, Volume 9, Number 2, July 1998

In the last issue of this publication, we printed a chart showing the common ancestry of the modern branches of our family. Some people have questioned why their family names were omitted from the chart. That is because this chart goes back to the early 1700s and some of the family names emerged later through marriages into the family. Two examples of such marriages involve the Lapin family and the Budowla/Budovitch family. In both cases two siblings of each family married into the Charlap family. For the Lapins this occurred ca 1830 when Israel Betzalel Charlap (3181,Pl.7) took as bride Shayna Frume Lapin (3190). At about the same time Shayna Frume's brother, Israel Moshe Fishel Lapin (3189) married Israel Betzalel's sister, Sarah Fraidel Charlap (3180). About 30 years later, Yankel Budowla (9383,Pl.81) of Baranowicze, now Belarus married into the Charlap family. His brother Shmuel (9555) married Chaya Zlote Charlap (9556), a sister of Yankel's wife. The Budowla-Charlap marriages resulted in the Budovitch family which eventually settled in Saint John and Fredericton, New Brunswick. Both the Lapin-Charlap marriages and the Budowla-Charlap marriages gave rise to vast, distinguished families. All of these trace back to David Charlap (4082,Pl.3) shown on the chart in the last issue. Everyone on the family tree shares a common descent from Charlaps and/or Ibn Yahyas.
There is most likely an even closer relationship between the Lapin, Budowla, and Charlap families. Family lore has it that these marriages were arranged within the family and that the mates were cousins before the betrothals. The Lapin-Charlap marriages established the family presence in Grodno Guberniya. It is probable that Lapin-Charlap unions occurred earlier a little further northwest in Suwalk Guberniya and in Lithuania. Shayna Frume Lapin and Israel Moshe Fishel Lapin are believed to be children of Pinchas Lapin of Kretinga, Kovno Guberniya, Lithuania, or children of a brother Pinchas. If it is true that our known Charlap-Lapin marriages were between cousins, then Pinchas Lapin must have had Charlap ancestry or was married to a Charlap. We are now investigating these fascinating possibilities together with Louise Lapin Haines (no stranger to these pages) of Los Angeles and Bruno Carmon of Beersheva, Israel. Bruno was born in Zagreb, Yugoslavia, managed to survive the harsh years of World War II and made aliyah in 1950. He served in the Israel Air Force and later studied for his Ph.D. in chemistry at Hebrew University. He was a prominent reseacher at the Weizmann Institute and with the Israeli Atomic Energy Commission. He is married to Natalie Rahmilevitch, granddaughter of the well known dermatologist and Jewish community leader, Dr. Abel Abba Lapin of Kovno.

Sources

  1. Louise L. Haines. private research,

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Israel Betzalel CHARLAP

M, #I5573

Family

Marriage 1 : Shayna Frume LAPIN m. 1830

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Sarah Fraidel CHARLAP

F, #I5574

Family

Marriage 1 : Israel Moshe Fishel LAPIN

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Dail NEUGARTEN

F, #I5575

Sources

  1. Omaha.com, Website for Omaha news: www.omaha.com

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Jerry NEUGARTEN

M, #I5576

Sources

  1. Omaha.com, Website for Omaha news: www.omaha.com

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Roslyn GOLDBERG

F, #I5577

Family

Marriage 1 : Sam SUGAR

  1.    Stephen SUGAR
  2.    Bryan SUGAR
  3.    Bradley SUGAR

Sources

  1. Jewishgen.org,

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Sam SUGAR

M, #I5578

Family

Marriage 1 : Roslyn GOLDBERG

  1.    Stephen SUGAR
  2.    Bryan SUGAR
  3.    Bradley SUGAR

Sources

  1. Jewishgen.org,

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Stephen SUGAR

M, #I5579

Sources

  1. Jewishgen.org,

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Bryan SUGAR

M, #I5580

Sources

  1. Jewishgen.org,

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Bradley SUGAR

M, #I5581

Sources

  1. Jewishgen.org,

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David Alan GOLDBERG

M, #I5582, b. May 1950, d. 1971

Sources

  1. Jewishgen.org,

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Arnold Sheldon GOLDBERG

M, #I5583

Sources

  1. Jewishgen.org,

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Chaim Zev GOLDBERG

M, #I5584

Sources

  1. Jewishgen.org,

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Shifra Shaina GOLDBERG

F, #I5585

Sources

  1. Jewishgen.org,

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Anne GOLDBERG

F, #I5586, b. abt. 1921

Family

Marriage 1 : Phillip HORWITZ

Sources

  1. ChicagoTribune.com, website:chicago.tribune.com
  2. 1930 Census online,

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Phillip HORWITZ

M, #I5587

Family

Marriage 1 : Anne GOLDBERG , b. abt. 1921

Sources

  1. ChicagoTribune.com, website:chicago.tribune.com

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Edith GOLDBERG

F, #I5588, b. abt. 1924

Family

Marriage 1 : Solomon KAHN

Sources

  1. ChicagoTribune.com, website:chicago.tribune.com
  2. 1930 Census online,

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Solomon KAHN

M, #I5589

Family

Marriage 1 : Edith GOLDBERG , b. abt. 1924

Sources

  1. ChicagoTribune.com, website:chicago.tribune.com

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Marilyn GOLDBERG

F, #I5590

Sources

  1. ChicagoTribune.com, website:chicago.tribune.com

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Celia GOLDBERG

F, #I5591, b. abt. 1915

Family

Marriage 1 : Nn FELDNER

Sources

  1. ChicagoTribune.com, website:chicago.tribune.com
  2. 1930 Census online,

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Nn FELDNER

M, #I5592

Family

Marriage 1 : Celia GOLDBERG , b. abt. 1915

Sources

  1. ChicagoTribune.com, website:chicago.tribune.com

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PEARL

F, #I5593, b. abt. 1894

Family

Marriage 1 : David GOLDBERG , b. abt. 1892

  1. Isadore GOLDBERG, b. 21 May 1927, d. 07 October 2009
  2. Anne GOLDBERG, b. abt. 1921
  3. Edith GOLDBERG, b. abt. 1924
  4.    Marilyn GOLDBERG
  5. Celia GOLDBERG, b. abt. 1915
  6.    Louis GOLDBERG, b. abt. 1917

Sources

  1. 1930 Census online,

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Louis GOLDBERG

M, #I5594, b. abt. 1917

Sources

  1. 1930 Census online,

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Howard BERMAN

M, #I5595

Family

Marriage 1 : Michelle BODNICK

  1.    Greg BERMAN
  2. Julie BERMAN

Sources

  1. BWax / Harold Goldberg private research,
  2. WashingtonPost online, website with washingtonpost/obituary

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Greg BERMAN

M, #I5596

Sources

  1. WashingtonPost online, website with washingtonpost/obituary

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Julie BERMAN

F, #I5597

Family

Marriage 1 : Andrew BARRON

Sources

  1. WashingtonPost online, website with washingtonpost/obituary

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Andrew BARRON

M, #I5598

Family

Marriage 1 : Julie BERMAN

Sources

  1. 1930 Census online,
  2. WashingtonPost online, website with washingtonpost/obituary

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Israel Bloch BLOCK

M, #I5599

Family

Marriage 1 : UNKNOWN

  1.    Meyer Reuben BLOCK, b. 1861, d. 13 June 1946

Sources

  1. BWax / Harold Goldberg private research,

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Halevi WIZANSKI

M, #I5600

Family

Marriage 1 : NN BROWN

  1.    Albert BROWN

Sources

  1. Morton Jessup ROSE genealogy,

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