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ALEKSENDER

F, #I51

Family

Marriage 1 : UNKNOWN

Sources

  1. Louise L. Haines. private research,

: 23 August 2015
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ISRAEL

M, #I52

Family

Marriage 1 : UNKNOWN

  1. Israelovitch PLOTNIK, b. 1780

Sources

  1. Louise L. Haines. private research,

: 29 April 2018
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Max (Chaim Mordecai) GOLDBERG

M, #I53, b. abt. 1864, d. 1939

Family

Marriage 1 : Clara (Chayah) REINGOLD , b. 01 July 1866, d. 09 February 1950

  1. Israel (Isadore) Reuben GOLDBERG, b. 31 March 1890, d. 1956
  2. Jacob (Jack E.) GOLDBERG, b. abt. 1895
  3. Benjamin GOLDBERG, b. 28 June 1893, d. July 1965
  4. Ralph Perry GOLDBERG, b. 11 February 1902, d. 17 January 1968
  5. Harold (Harry) GOLDBERG, b. December 1899

Notes:

Name: Max Goldberg
Event Type: Census
Event Date: 1930
Event Place: , Los Angeles, California
Gender: Male
Age: 67
Marital Status: Married
Race: White
Birthplace: Lithuania
Birth Year (Estimated): 1863
Immigration Year: 1887
Relationship to Head of Household: Head
Father's Birthplace: Lithuania
Mother's Birthplace: Lithuania
District:
Household ID: 178
Sheet Number and Letter: 9B
Line Number: 54
Affiliate Publication Number:
GS Film number: 2339877
Digital Folder Number: 4532473
Image Number: 00991
Household Gender Age Birthplace
Head Max Goldberg M 67 Lithuania
Wife Clara Goldberg F 63 Poland
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Name: Max Goldberg
Event Type:
Event Year: 1920
Event Place: Precinct 34 Chicago City Ward34, Cook, Illinois
Gender: Male
Age: 56
Marital Status: Married
Race: White
Birthplace: Russia
Birth Year (Estimated): 1864
Relationship to Head of Household: Self
Father's Birthplace:
Mother's Birthplace:
Household ID: 219
Sheet Number: 10
GS Film number: 1820354
Digital Folder Number: 4300505
Image Number: 00596
Household Gender Age Birthplace
SELF Max Goldberg M 56y Russia
WIFE Clara Goldberg F 52y Russia
SON Isidor Goldberg M 29y Illinois
SON Jacob Goldberg M 24y Illinois
SON Ralph Goldberg M 17y Illinois
Fannie Goldberg F 23y Russia
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1910 census
Name: Max Goldberg
Event Place: Chicago Ward 20, Cook, Illinois
Gender: Male
Marital Status: Married
Race: White
Relationship to Head of Household: Self
Immigration Year: 1885
Birthplace: Russia
Father's Birthplace: Russia
Mother's Birthplace: Russia
Household ID: 182
Page: 10
Household Gender Age Birthplace
SELF Max Goldberg M 46y Russia
WIFE Clara Goldberg F 43y Russia
SON Israel R Goldberg M 21y Illinois
SON Benjamin Goldberg M 17y Illinois
SON Jacob Goldberg M 15y Illinois
SON Harold Goldberg M 11y Illinois
SON Ralph Goldberg M 9y Illinois
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David- who descends from my cousin Ralph Goldberg who was the son of my
mother's brother, MAX GOLDBERG AND CLARA RHEINHOLD GOLDBERG, They were
feuding Goldbergs. Clara left her husbsand in her old age to die in
Israeel (then Palestine). She did not die theere and finally came home. I
found her grave first in a large cemetery in East Los Angeles the oldest
Jewish Los Angeles cemetery on Whittier Blvd at Eastern Ave. and darn-- I
have forgottern the name. She is in the Cantor's section and I made a stone
rubbing of her tombstone. I brought and elderly man with me to visit her
grave and to have him say a prayer for her. I told him that she and her
husband, my Uncle MAX GOLDBERG were angry with each other as he offered to
say a prayeer for Uncle Max goldberg at her tomb site. They may have been
divorced, I do not remember now that I am an elderly 84 years. I always
wwrite from memory. The dear old man told me not to worry because after
life after life, they would no longer be angry wwwith each other and so he
said a prayer also for UNCLE MAX AT CLARA;S grave. On another occasion,
not long afterwards, I was visiting my father's parents , ABRAHAM ISRAEL
(AKA: ADAM) LAPIN & HANNAH RACHEL GOLDSTEIN-LAPIN & their youngest daughter,
CECELIA LAPIN who sadly expired after ear surgery, aged 24, in 1929, a
bride to be, and their daughter DEBORAH LAPIN -KLEEGER& her husband
SAMUEL KLEEGER and their WW2 war hero son RAYMOND KLEEGER. I ALWAYS MADE
STONE RUBBINGS OF THE TOMBSTONES . & photoed them as one derives
information from them.

For some strange reason, I did something that probably is sort of rude. I
left my grandmother's grave walking between graves toward my car. One
really does not leave in that mannere, but should return to the path.
After walking past a few rows, I turned and took one last look at my
Grandma LAPIN'S tombstone-----and---what did I see-----MAX GOLDBERG, and
it turned out to be my own UNCLE MAX!!!!!!! The name is common and I had
found other graves with that name, but this one was my very own missing
uncle. Believe it or not, other relatives who had attended his funeral
could not remember where he was buried!

Well---I am convinced that the reason that I made that unusual journey
between graves, not on a path is that my uncle was guiding my footsteps.
There was absolutely no reason for me to trod between graves. I then was
able to have enough information to send for his death certificate and oh
yes, he was my uncle!

I am not ordinarily a superstitious person, but many things have
transspired to make me believe that my ancestors have been guiding me to
find them. I do not think that I am the smartest geneaalogist, but without
doubt, I am the luckiest. Even RALPH did not remember what cemetery his dad
was in. It is one of three little Jewish cemeteries on DOWNEY ROAD and
OLYMPIC BOULEVARD in EAST LOS ANGELES and around the corner from where my
AUNT CLARA is buried.

Sso my grandpa LOUIS GOLDBERG HAD THREE SONS AND THE ELDEST WAS SHIMEYANKEL
AAKA: SIMON JACOB PLOTNIK -PLOTKIN. As I wrote previously, he was the only
one who was able to obtain a visa in his own name, meaning a carpenter).
and the immigration dummy transposed it to PLOTKIN.

jEWISH PEOPLE DID NOT HAVE SURNAMES UNTIL 1810 when NAPLEON BONAPARTE
emancipated the Jewish serfs and demanded the assume family surnames, as I
wrote you previously. Well it appears to me that the Jewish people did not
worry too much about these names being written accurately. If the
government chose to spell it differently, so be it. They would just go
along with the the newly sspelled name. So that branch of the family
continued on as PLOTKIN instead of PLOTNIK. A PLOTNIK IS A CARPENTER & A
A PLOTKIN IS A WHITE FISH. ok, A BE GEZUNT.

simon jacob MARRIED TWICE, AND BOTH WIVES WERE IS COUSINS. This is
tradition, as they said in Fiddler on the roof. In this anglo country
people assume if you wed a cousin your children will be crazy, but for th
most parte our 2,000 years of this tradition since ABRAHAM WED HIS COUSIN
SARAH *originally in what is now the Gulf in Iraq, UR OF THE CHALDEES),
he was AVRAM, son of an idol maker, clay gods, and she was SARAI, a
priestess in the old pagan religion. One dfay young AVRAM was minding the
store for his dad and a woman came in to buy a god. He asked her, "Why do
you pray to to this clay statue? I just made it myself this morning? " It
was AVRAM who gave the world monotheism , and invisible God. He then
smashed the idols in his dad's shop and convinced his cousin SARAI TO RUN
AWAY WITH HIM AND THEY TRAVELLED ALL ACROSS THE FERTILE CRESCENT , up river
north and then east into Syria and south to the LAND OF CANAAN WHERE THEY
SETTLED FOR A TIME. lATER THEY TRAVELLED FURTHER EAST ACROSS THE SINAI
DESERT INTO EGYPT. WHERE PHARAOH TOOK A FANCY TO SARAI. (Now this was a
problem. Finally ABRAHAM explained that the lovely SARAH was not available
as she was his wife. The tradition down into recent times, even in America
was for arranged cousin marriages for who else was good enough? When I
first found cousin marriages I was told, "Oh, they were distant cousins."
When I documented the relationships they always boiled down to second or
even first cousins, but definately, no siblings etc.

Grandpa LOUIS PLOTNK-GOLDBERG'S FIRST WIFE WAS DEFINATELY A COUSIN AND
BECAUSE OF THE CONSTANT COUSIN MARRIAGES i HAVE OBSERVED, I CONCLUDE THAT MY
GRANDPARENTS AND POSSIBLE MY PARENTS WERE COUSINS, TOO. I HAVE NOT
DEFINATELY PROVED THAT. IF MY SUSPICION IS CORRECT, THEN YOU ARE RIGHT TO
BELIEVE THAT YOU BELONG IN MENTON'S LAPIN CONNECTION, TOO. HE HAS TRACED
THE LAPIN FAMILY BACK TO SPAIN AND PORTUGAL UNTIL 1492 AND THE INQUISION IN
SPAIN AND PORTUGAL TO AN ANCESTOR NAMED IBN YACHYA (son of John.). So we
were then Sephardic. We lived there peacefully about 500 years until the
Inquisition under the villainous Tourquemada drove us out. Then we
migrated through Germany to Poland and Lithuania.

Prior to to the flight to then friendly Sspain, we were Babylonian
exilarchs. One of our ancestor, a rabbi, fell into disfavor with the
emperor of Babylon and was beheaded. His two young sons fled in terror to
their former tutor in Spain. I believe the word "esilarch" denotes an
member of the monarch's family in exile. The exi;archs are know by name in
our Holy Scripture, the Torah, and so Arthur Menton has traced our family
back to descent from KING DAVID VIA HIS SON, KING SOLOMON. Because of the
constancy of cousin marriages, I am betting you are also of this descent.
next time I will tell you more about SHIMEYANKEL'S 2 COUSIN WIVES.

Love,

Sources

  1. FamilySearch.org, LDS Family search website
  2. Sally Le Corvec, Private Research,

: 02 February 2016
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Simon Jacob (Shimon Yankel Plotnik) PLOTKIN

M, #I54, b. 08 November 1857, d. 29 December 1946

Family

Marriage 1 : Yente Chiah BLOCK m. March 1881, d. 17 May 1888

  1. Annie Mae PLOTKIN, b. 03 July 1883, d. 06 July 1950
  2. Sarah Gertrude (Soreh Gi) PLOTKISOR, b. 16 September 1885, d. April 1968
  3. Samuel T. PLOTKIN, b. 25 December 1886, d. 16 September 1960

Marriage 2 : Bertha (Bayla) KAMINSKY m. 1906 Cambria, Pennsylvania, USA, b. 21 June 1873, d. 02 February 1947

  1. Louise PLOTKIN, b. 21 March 1907, d. 30 November 1956
  2.    Hope Betsy PLOTKIN, b. 18 June 1916, d. 29 September 1941

Notes:

In the 1900 census, Simon Jacob's three children are living with several people in the BLOCK family in Pittsburgh. Names and some dates below. Eventually Meyer E and his mother Dora move to Peoria. Dora, whose maiden name appears as Dora Mannischwitz, which may be a mistake. No last name appears to be spelled this way? It could be Manischewitz like the Kosher company or something else. Dora's husband, Meyer's father, is listed in Meyer's death certificate as Samuel Block. Meyer E married Ella G. Goodman(b. abt 1882) in Chicago in 1903. She has a brother named Alex L. Goodman(1887)..
Their family is in the 1900 census (see below)Meyer E, and Ella have several children: Seymour L.,(1905) Ruth L (1908) ., and Eileen P.(1915). The family is in Peoria at least until Meyer E's death in 1938. There must be a relationshp between this BLOCK family and Simon Jacob Plotkin's wife, who is listed as Janet BLOCK and their daughter, Annie Mae's death cert. Also, Simon Jacob's mother is supposed to be a BLOCK.

In Simon Jacob's naturalization record, the witness is E. Morris Block of Benson Illinois, naturalized in 1892 with A. Cohen as his witness
E Morris Block's death info:
Name: E. Morris Block
Titles and Terms (original):
Death Date: 25 Nov 1939
Death Place: Chicago, Cook, Illinois
Gender: Male
Age: 66
Estimated Birth Year: 1873
Birth Date: 05 Jun 1873
Birthplace: Krodno, Russia
Father: Samuel
Father's Titles and Terms (original):
Father's Birth Place: Krodno, Russia
Mother:
Mother's Titles and Terms (original):
Mother's Birth Place: Krodno, Russia
Occupation: Salesman
Residence: Chicago, Cook, Ill
Street Address:
Spouse: Ella
Spouse's Titles and Terms (original):
Spouse's Birthplace:
Burial Date: 27 Nov 1939
Burial Place: Chicago, Cook, Ill
Cemetery: Rosemont Pk
Informant:
Additional Relatives:
Digital Folder Number: 4206153
Image Number: 2638
Film Number: 1953492
Volume/Page/Certificate Number: rn 32283

marriage Cert with Ella Topilowska

Groom: E. Morris Block
Groom's Age: 25
Groom's Estimated Birth Year: 1872
Groom's Birth Date: 1872
Groom's Birthplace:
Bride: Ella Topilowska
Bride's Age: 22
Bride's Estimated Birth Year: 1875
Bride's Birth Date: 1875
Bride's Birthplace:
Marriage Type: Marriage
Marriage Date: 11 Feb 1897
Marriage Place: Chicago, Cook, Illinois

E Morris and Ella's family in 1920 census:
1920 for Morris E Block

Name: Morris E Block
Residence: Tract Aa10, Cook, Illinois
Estimated Birth Year: 1873
Age: 47
Birthplace: Russia
Relationship to Head of Household: Self
Gender: Male
Race: White
Marital Status: Married
Father's Birthplace:
Mother's Birthplace:
Film Number: 1820338
Digital Folder Number: 4300489
Image Number: 00160
Sheet Number: 4
Household Gender Age
Morris E Block M 47y
Spouse Ella Block F 45y
Child Leslie B Block M 22y
Child Sidney J Block M 20y
Child S Evelyn Block F 15y
Child Lillian Block F 14y

Here is Leslie B.'s family in the 1930 census:

1930 for Leslie B Block

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Name: Leslie B Block
Event: CENSUS
Event Date: 1930
Event Place: Chicago (Districts 2627-2876), Cook, Illinois
Gender: Male
Age: 32
Marital Status: Married
Race: White
Birthplace: Illinois
Estimated Birth Year: 1898
Immigration Year:
Relationship to Head of Household: Head
Father's Birthplace: Russia
Mother's Birthplace: Russia
Enumeration District Number: 2710
Family Number: 25
Sheet Number and Letter: 1B
Line Number: 87
NARA Publication: T626, roll 467
Film Number: 2340202
Digital Folder Number: 4584268
Image Number: 00711
Household Gender Age
Leslie B Block M 32
Spouse Anne Block F 32
Child George Block M 5
Rae Gleckman F 25
Zela Gleckman F 22

" Meyer E. Block
United States Census, 1900
birth: Apr 1875 -Russia
residence: 1900 -Pittsburgh city, Allegheny, Pennsylvania
parents: Dora B. Block

" Barney Block He is listed as a border, like the plotkins
United States Census, 1900
birth: Aug 1871 -Russia
residence: 1900 -Pittsburgh city, Allegheny, Pennsylvania
Barney I. Block was naturalized April 19 1892, a minor witnes was e. morris block in illinois

" Dora B. Block came in 1882
United States Census, 1900
birth: Jan 1844 -Russia
residence: 1900 -Pittsburgh city, Allegheny, Pennsylvania
child: Meyer E. Block

Goodman family
ame: Ella Goodman
titles & terms:
residence: Chicago city, Cook, Illinois
birth date: Dec 1881
birthplace: Germany
relationship to head of household: Daughter
spouse:
spouse's titles & terms:
spouse's birthplace:
father: Henry Goodman
father's titles & terms:
father's birthplace: Poland Russ
mother: Rachel Goodman
mother's titles & terms:
mother's birthplace: Poland Russ
race or color (expanded): White
head-of-household name: Henry Goodman
gender: Female
marital status: Single
years married:
estimated marriage year:
mother how many children:
number living children:
immigration year: 1884
enumeration district: 0190
page: 10
sheet letter: A
family number: 175
reference number: 21
film number: 1240252
image number: 00000054
Household Gender Age
parent Henry Goodman M
parent Rachel Goodman F
Ella Goodman F
Esther Goodman F
Alexander Goodman M
Nathan Goodman M
George Goodman M
Bertha Goodman F
Soloman Goodman M
Abraham Goodman M
Sara Tabalovsky F (she is the grandmother)
----------------
1940 census, he's called Susan!
Susan J Platkin
[Susan J Plotkin]
[Simon J Plotkin]
Age: 79
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1861
Race: White
Birthplace: Russia
Marital Status: Widowed
Relation to Head of House: Father-in-law (Father)
Home in 1940: Akron, Summit, Ohio
Map of Home in 1940: View Map
Street: Rhodes Avenue
Inferred Residence in 1935: Akron, Summit, Ohio
Residence in 1935: Same House
Citizenship: Naturalized
Sheet Number: 12B
Attended School or College: No
Highest Grade Completed: Elementary school, 2nd grade
Weeks Worked in 1939: 0
Income: 0
Income Other Sources: No
Neighbors: View others on page
Household Members:
Name Age
Mose Kamin 56
Annie M Kamin 56
Merla T Kamin 29
Nathan H Kamin 27
Betty K Kamin 21
Hape B Platkin 23
Susan J Platkin 79

Sources

  1. Louise L. Haines. private research,
  2. 1910 Census online,

: 23 August 2015
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Clara (Chayah) REINGOLD

F, #I55, b. 01 July 1866, d. 09 February 1950

Family

Marriage 1 : Max (Chaim Mordecai) GOLDBERG , b. abt. 1864, d. 1939

  1. Israel (Isadore) Reuben GOLDBERG, b. 31 March 1890, d. 1956
  2. Jacob (Jack E.) GOLDBERG, b. abt. 1895
  3. Benjamin GOLDBERG, b. 28 June 1893, d. July 1965
  4. Ralph Perry GOLDBERG, b. 11 February 1902, d. 17 January 1968
  5. Harold (Harry) GOLDBERG, b. December 1899

Notes:

David- who descends from my cousin Ralph Goldberg who was the son of my
mother's brother, MAX GOLDBERG AND CLARA RHEINHOLD GOLDBERG, They were
feuding Goldbergs. Clara left her husbsand in her old age to die in
Israeel (then Palestine). She did not die theere and finally came home. I
found her grave first in a large cemetery in East Los Angeles the oldest
Jewish Los Angeles cemetery on Whittier Blvd at Eastern Ave. and darn-- I
have forgottern the name. She is in the Cantor's section and I made a stone
rubbing of her tombstone. I brought and elderly man with me to visit her
grave and to have him say a prayer for her. I told him that she and her
husband, my Uncle MAX GOLDBERG were angry with each other as he offered to
say a prayeer for Uncle Max goldberg at her tomb site. They may have been
divorced, I do not remember now that I am an elderly 84 years. I always
wwrite from memory. The dear old man told me not to worry because after
life after life, they would no longer be angry wwwith each other and so he
said a prayer also for UNCLE MAX AT CLARA;S grave. On another occasion,
not long afterwards, I was visiting my father's parents , ABRAHAM ISRAEL
(AKA: ADAM) LAPIN & HANNAH RACHEL GOLDSTEIN-LAPIN & their youngest daughter,
CECELIA LAPIN who sadly expired after ear surgery, aged 24, in 1929, a
bride to be, and their daughter DEBORAH LAPIN -KLEEGER& her husband
SAMUEL KLEEGER and their WW2 war hero son RAYMOND KLEEGER. I ALWAYS MADE
STONE RUBBINGS OF THE TOMBSTONES . & photoed them as one derives
information from them.

For some strange reason, I did something that probably is sort of rude. I
left my grandmother's grave walking between graves toward my car. One
really does not leave in that mannere, but should return to the path.
After walking past a few rows, I turned and took one last look at my
Grandma LAPIN'S tombstone-----and---what did I see-----MAX GOLDBERG, and
it turned out to be my own UNCLE MAX!!!!!!! The name is common and I had
found other graves with that name, but this one was my very own missing
uncle. Believe it or not, other relatives who had attended his funeral
could not remember where he was buried!

Well---I am convinced that the reason that I made that unusual journey
between graves, not on a path is that my uncle was guiding my footsteps.
There was absolutely no reason for me to trod between graves. I then was
able to have enough information to send for his death certificate and oh
yes, he was my uncle!

I am not ordinarily a superstitious person, but many things have
transspired to make me believe that my ancestors have been guiding me to
find them. I do not think that I am the smartest geneaalogist, but without
doubt, I am the luckiest. Even RALPH did not remember what cemetery his dad
was in. It is one of three little Jewish cemeteries on DOWNEY ROAD and
OLYMPIC BOULEVARD in EAST LOS ANGELES and around the corner from where my
AUNT CLARA is buried.

Sso my grandpa LOUIS GOLDBERG HAD THREE SONS AND THE ELDEST WAS SHIMEYANKEL
AAKA: SIMON JACOB PLOTNIK -PLOTKIN. As I wrote previously, he was the only
one who was able to obtain a visa in his own name, meaning a carpenter).
and the immigration dummy transposed it to PLOTKIN.

jEWISH PEOPLE DID NOT HAVE SURNAMES UNTIL 1810 when NAPLEON BONAPARTE
emancipated the Jewish serfs and demanded the assume family surnames, as I
wrote you previously. Well it appears to me that the Jewish people did not
worry too much about these names being written accurately. If the
government chose to spell it differently, so be it. They would just go
along with the the newly sspelled name. So that branch of the family
continued on as PLOTKIN instead of PLOTNIK. A PLOTNIK IS A CARPENTER & A
A PLOTKIN IS A WHITE FISH. ok, A BE GEZUNT.

simon jacob MARRIED TWICE, AND BOTH WIVES WERE IS COUSINS. This is
tradition, as they said in Fiddler on the roof. In this anglo country
people assume if you wed a cousin your children will be crazy, but for th
most parte our 2,000 years of this tradition since ABRAHAM WED HIS COUSIN
SARAH *originally in what is now the Gulf in Iraq, UR OF THE CHALDEES),
he was AVRAM, son of an idol maker, clay gods, and she was SARAI, a
priestess in the old pagan religion. One dfay young AVRAM was minding the
store for his dad and a woman came in to buy a god. He asked her, "Why do
you pray to to this clay statue? I just made it myself this morning? " It
was AVRAM who gave the world monotheism , and invisible God. He then
smashed the idols in his dad's shop and convinced his cousin SARAI TO RUN
AWAY WITH HIM AND THEY TRAVELLED ALL ACROSS THE FERTILE CRESCENT , up river
north and then east into Syria and south to the LAND OF CANAAN WHERE THEY
SETTLED FOR A TIME. lATER THEY TRAVELLED FURTHER EAST ACROSS THE SINAI
DESERT INTO EGYPT. WHERE PHARAOH TOOK A FANCY TO SARAI. (Now this was a
problem. Finally ABRAHAM explained that the lovely SARAH was not available
as she was his wife. The tradition down into recent times, even in America
was for arranged cousin marriages for who else was good enough? When I
first found cousin marriages I was told, "Oh, they were distant cousins."
When I documented the relationships they always boiled down to second or
even first cousins, but definately, no siblings etc.

Grandpa LOUIS PLOTNK-GOLDBERG'S FIRST WIFE WAS DEFINATELY A COUSIN AND
BECAUSE OF THE CONSTANT COUSIN MARRIAGES i HAVE OBSERVED, I CONCLUDE THAT MY
GRANDPARENTS AND POSSIBLE MY PARENTS WERE COUSINS, TOO. I HAVE NOT
DEFINATELY PROVED THAT. IF MY SUSPICION IS CORRECT, THEN YOU ARE RIGHT TO
BELIEVE THAT YOU BELONG IN MENTON'S LAPIN CONNECTION, TOO. HE HAS TRACED
THE LAPIN FAMILY BACK TO SPAIN AND PORTUGAL UNTIL 1492 AND THE INQUISION IN
SPAIN AND PORTUGAL TO AN ANCESTOR NAMED IBN YACHYA (son of John.). So we
were then Sephardic. We lived there peacefully about 500 years until the
Inquisition under the villainous Tourquemada drove us out. Then we
migrated through Germany to Poland and Lithuania.

Prior to to the flight to then friendly Sspain, we were Babylonian
exilarchs. One of our ancestor, a rabbi, fell into disfavor with the
emperor of Babylon and was beheaded. His two young sons fled in terror to
their former tutor in Spain. I believe the word "esilarch" denotes an
member of the monarch's family in exile. The exi;archs are know by name in
our Holy Scripture, the Torah, and so Arthur Menton has traced our family
back to descent from KING DAVID VIA HIS SON, KING SOLOMON. Because of the
constancy of cousin marriages, I am betting you are also of this descent.
next time I will tell you more about SHIMEYANKEL'S 2 COUSIN WIVES.

Love,

Sources

  1. Louise L. Haines. private research,
  2. RootsWeb site,
  3. Sally Le Corvec, Private Research,

: 23 August 2015
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Annie Mae PLOTKIN

F, #I56, b. 03 July 1883, d. 06 July 1950

Family

Marriage 1 : Mose (Moses) KAMIN m. 1910 Cambria County, Pennsylvania, USA, b. 15 November 1885, d. 18 December 1964

  1. Merle Joseph KAMIN, b. 01 February 1911, d. 14 March 1948
  2. Nathan Henry KAMIN, b. 22 September 1912, d. 26 October 1973
  3. Betty KAMIN, b. abt. 1919, d. abt. 1957

Sources

  1. Louise L. Haines. private research,
  2. 1910 Census online,
  3. Jewishgen.org,
  4. Martin Fischer research (http://martinfischer.webs.com/index.htm),

: 23 August 2015
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Rebecka PERELSTINE

F, #I57, b. abt. 1851

: 27 August 2015
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Mose (Moses) KAMIN

M, #I58, b. 15 November 1885, d. 18 December 1964

Family

Marriage 1 : Annie Mae PLOTKIN m. 1910 Cambria County, Pennsylvania, USA, b. 03 July 1883, d. 06 July 1950

  1. Merle Joseph KAMIN, b. 01 February 1911, d. 14 March 1948
  2. Nathan Henry KAMIN, b. 22 September 1912, d. 26 October 1973
  3. Betty KAMIN, b. abt. 1919, d. abt. 1957

Sources

  1. Louise L. Haines. private research,
  2. 1910 Census online,
  3. Martin Fischer research (http://martinfischer.webs.com/index.htm),

: 23 August 2015
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Sarah Gertrude (Soreh Gi) PLOTKISOR

F, #I59, b. 16 September 1885, d. April 1968

Family

Marriage 1 : Morris WOLFSON m. 02 November 1914 Cambria, Pennsylvania, USA, b. abt. 1880

  1. Seymour Nathan WOLFSON, b. 24 October 1915, d. 28 November 2000
  2. Dorothy (Buddie) WOLFSON, b. 18 April 1917, d. 10 January 1996

Notes:

1930 census, shows her divorced

1930 for Sarrah Wolfson
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name: Sarrah Wolfson
event: Census
event date: 1930
event place: Akron, Summit, Ohio
gender: Female
age: 44
marital status: Divorced
race: White
birthplace: Russia
estimated birth year: 1886
immigration year: 1888
relationship to head of household: Sister-in-law
father's birthplace: Russia
mother's birthplace: Russia
enumeration district number: 0044
family number: 21
sheet number and letter: 14A
line number: 2
nara publication: T626, roll 1875
film number: 2341609
digital folder number: 4661191
image number: 00684
Household Gender Age
Mose Kamin M 48
Anna M Kamin F 46
Merle J Kamin M 19
Nathen H Kamin M 17
Betty R Kamin F 11
Sarrah Wolfson F 44
Seymour Wolfson M 14
Dorthy Wolfson F 13

Sources

  1. Louise L. Haines. private research,

: 23 August 2015
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Morris WOLFSON

M, #I60, b. abt. 1880

Family

Marriage 1 : Sarah Gertrude (Soreh Gi) PLOTKISOR m. 02 November 1914 Cambria, Pennsylvania, USA, b. 16 September 1885, d. April 1968

  1. Seymour Nathan WOLFSON, b. 24 October 1915, d. 28 November 2000
  2. Dorothy (Buddie) WOLFSON, b. 18 April 1917, d. 10 January 1996

Sources

  1. Louise L. Haines. private research,
  2. Cambria County Online information, http://www.camgenpa.com/courthouse

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Sarah PERELSTINE

F, #I61, b. abt. 1860

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Minnie PERELSTINE

F, #I62, b. 01 May 1861, d. 24 September 1915

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Johanna GOLDSCHMIDT

F, #I63, b. 07 March 1898, d. September 1942

Family

Marriage 1 : Arthur COHEN m. 03 April 1921 Crefeld, Krefeld, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, b. 13 October 1888, d. September 1942

  1. Margot COHEN
  2. Walter Cohen CLIFTON

Sources

  1. Bundesarchiv online, http://www.bundesarchiv.de/gedenkbuch/directory.html.enMemorial directory and other archival information from the main pagehttp://www.bundesarchiv.de/index.html.en

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Samuel GOLDSCHMIDT

M, #I64, b. 06 October 1866, d. 03 March 1939

Family

Marriage 1 : Mathilde REISS , b. 31 July 1873, d. 27 April 1930

  1. Johanna GOLDSCHMIDT, b. 07 March 1898, d. September 1942
  2. Marta GOLDSCHMIDT, b. 02 December 1901, d. 1942
  3. Ilse Frieda GOLDSCHMIDT, b. 31 May 1909

Sources

  1. Familie Goldschmidt Harmuthsachsen 1720-1939,

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Mathilde REISS

F, #I65, b. 31 July 1873, d. 27 April 1930

Family

Marriage 1 : Samuel GOLDSCHMIDT , b. 06 October 1866, d. 03 March 1939

  1. Johanna GOLDSCHMIDT, b. 07 March 1898, d. September 1942
  2. Marta GOLDSCHMIDT, b. 02 December 1901, d. 1942
  3. Ilse Frieda GOLDSCHMIDT, b. 31 May 1909

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Marta GOLDSCHMIDT

F, #I66, b. 02 December 1901, d. 1942

Family

Marriage 1 : Ernst BERLINER , b. 04 January 1892, d. 1942

  1. Kurt BERLINER, b. 16 July 1931, d. 1942

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Ilse Frieda GOLDSCHMIDT

F, #I67, b. 31 May 1909

Family

Marriage 1 : UNKNOWN

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Veilchen HEILBRUNN

F, #I68, b. 16 April 1835, d. 14 April 1903

Family

Marriage 1 : Schalum GOLDSCHMIDT m. 02 March, b. 19 December 1827, d. 03 October 1907

  1. Samuel GOLDSCHMIDT, b. 06 October 1866, d. 03 March 1939
  2. Gietel GOLDSCHMIDT, b. 29 July 1858, d. 1927
  3. Hanchen GOLDSCHMIDT, b. 11 June 1860
  4. Moses GOLDSCHMIDT, b. 30 June 1860, d. Unknown
  5. Zerliene GOLDSCHMIDT, b. 22 September 1864
  6. Benjamin GOLDSCHMIDT, b. 05 September 1868
  7. Louis GOLDSCHMIDT, b. 05 June 1870
  8. Sara GOLDSCHMIDT, b. 05 February 1873, d. 14 October 1901

Sources

  1. Hessian Regional History Information System (LAGIS), http://www.lagis-hessen.de/en/subjects/index/sn/jufHessian Regional History Information System (LAGIS)LAGIS Flyer (PDF)Introduction (taken from the website)The Hessian Information System on Regional History (the German acronym is LAGIS) is a digital information portal created by the State Office for Regional History of Hesse (Hessisches Landesamt für geschichtliche Landeskunde) in Marburg. It aims to provide historically accurate information on the history and geography of Hesse to a broad readership with a variety of possible questions and informational needs. To that end we provide digital texts, maps and images that were prepared by the State Office for Regional History of Hesse or our partners.
  2. Egmar Rupert Private Research on Family,

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Schalum GOLDSCHMIDT

M, #I69, b. 19 December 1827, d. 03 October 1907

Family

Marriage 1 : Veilchen HEILBRUNN m. 02 March, b. 16 April 1835, d. 14 April 1903

  1. Samuel GOLDSCHMIDT, b. 06 October 1866, d. 03 March 1939
  2. Gietel GOLDSCHMIDT, b. 29 July 1858, d. 1927
  3. Hanchen GOLDSCHMIDT, b. 11 June 1860
  4. Moses GOLDSCHMIDT, b. 30 June 1860, d. Unknown
  5. Zerliene GOLDSCHMIDT, b. 22 September 1864
  6. Benjamin GOLDSCHMIDT, b. 05 September 1868
  7. Louis GOLDSCHMIDT, b. 05 June 1870
  8. Sara GOLDSCHMIDT, b. 05 February 1873, d. 14 October 1901

Sources

  1. Familie Goldschmidt Harmuthsachsen 1720-1939,

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Gietel GOLDSCHMIDT

F, #I70, b. 29 July 1858, d. 1927

Family

Marriage 1 : Jacob Israel STEIN , b. 1853, d. 1941

Marriage 2 : Jacob Israel STEIN , b. 1853, d. 1941

  1. Hedwig STEIN, b. 20 December 1887, d. 12 January 1972

Sources

  1. Familie Goldschmidt Harmuthsachsen 1720-1939,

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Hanchen GOLDSCHMIDT

F, #I71, b. 11 June 1860

Family

Marriage 1 : UNKNOWN

Sources

  1. Familie Goldschmidt Harmuthsachsen 1720-1939,

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Moses GOLDSCHMIDT

M, #I72, b. 30 June 1860, d. Unknown

Family

Marriage 1 : Roschen HAMMERSCHLAG m. 19 August 1891 Eschwege, Werra-Meissner-Kreis, Hesse, Germany, b. 27 October 1866

  1. Max GOLDSCHMIDT, b. 05 April 1893, d. Unknown
  2. Clara GOLDSCHMIDT, b. 09 April 1895
  3. Helene GOLDSCHMIDT, b. 30 November 1897, d. Unknown
  4. Siegfried (Fritz) GOLDSCHMIDT, b. 25 May 1899, d. 30 September 1918

Sources

  1. Familie Goldschmidt Harmuthsachsen 1720-1939,

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Zerliene GOLDSCHMIDT

F, #I73, b. 22 September 1864

Family

Marriage 1 : UNKNOWN

Sources

  1. Familie Goldschmidt Harmuthsachsen 1720-1939,

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Benjamin GOLDSCHMIDT

M, #I74, b. 05 September 1868

Family

Marriage 1 : Minna ABRAHAM m. 20 August 1899, b. 20 June 1873

  1. Hilde GOLDSCHMIDT, b. 26 October 1900, d. Unknown
  2. Flora GOLDSCHMIDT, b. 26 March 1902, d. Unknown
  3. Selly GOLDSCHMIDT, b. 10 October 1903, d. Unknown
  4. Siegfried GOLDSCHMIDT, b. 12 September 1914, d. Unknown

Sources

  1. Familie Goldschmidt Harmuthsachsen 1720-1939,

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Louis GOLDSCHMIDT

M, #I75, b. 05 June 1870

Family

Marriage 1 : UNKNOWN

Sources

  1. Familie Goldschmidt Harmuthsachsen 1720-1939,

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Henry PERELSTINE

M, #I76, b. abt. 1863

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Willie PERELSTINE

M, #I77, b. abt. 1866

Family

Marriage 1 : Nettie HIRSHBURG m. 28 December 1892 Richmond, virginia, b. 1868

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PERELSTINE

M, #I78

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Baby Girl GOLDBERG

F, #I79, b. 21 October 1904

Family

Marriage 1 : UNKNOWN

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Shelly GLASS

F, #I80

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Keith GLASS

M, #I81

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Drew GLASS

M, #I82

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Alan GLASS

M, #I83

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Nettie HIRSHBURG

F, #I84, b. 1868

Family

Marriage 1 : Willie PERELSTINE m. 28 December 1892 Richmond, virginia, b. abt. 1866

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Marcus HEILBRUNN

M, #I85, b. 1785, d. 21 February 1867

Family

Marriage 1 : Gidel HAMMERSCHLAG , b. August 1795, d. 13 February 1844

  1. Veilchen HEILBRUNN, b. 16 April 1835, d. 14 April 1903
  2. Zerline HEILBRUNN, b. 1820, d. 1875
  3. Rieke HEILBRUNN, b. 1822, d. 11 October 1872
  4. Lazarus HEILBRUNN, b. 1828
  5. Bonwit HEILBRUNN, b. 29 January 1829
  6. Hindel HEILBRUNN, b. 18 July 1832, d. 19 March 1839
  7. Hanchen HEILBRUNN, b. 25 October 1838, d. 22 August 1843

Sources

  1. Familie Goldschmidt Harmuthsachsen 1720-1939,
  2. Familie Heilbrunn Harmuthsachsen, Egmar Ruppert research,

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Alex HIRSHBURG

M, #I86

Family

Marriage 1 : Mollie

  1. Nettie HIRSHBURG, b. 1868

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Lazarus HEILBRUNN

M, #I87

Family

Marriage 1 : UNKNOWN

  1. Marcus HEILBRUNN, b. 1785, d. 21 February 1867

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Zerline HEILBRUNN

F, #I88, b. 1820, d. 1875

Family

Marriage 1 : David EICHBORN m. 09 September 1856, b. 1816

Sources

  1. Familie Heilbrunn Harmuthsachsen, Egmar Ruppert research,
  2. Georg Stockschlaeder, http://www.ahnenreich.de

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Rieke HEILBRUNN

F, #I89, b. 1822, d. 11 October 1872

Family

Marriage 1 : Mendel KATZ m. 12 April 1853, b. 1826, d. 07 May 1887

Notes:

From HLGL website:
Riekchen (Rika) Katz geborene Heilbrunn, Ehefrau des Handelsmannes Mendel Katz [Grabnummer 13] zu Neumorschen, gestorben am 11.10.1872 im Alter von 50 Jahren.
Angaben ergänzt nach HHStAW, Abt. 365, Nr. 70 (Sterberegister Beiseförth mit Binsförth, Malsfeld und Neumorschen 1852-1891). Der Geburtsname der Verstorbenen ist im Eintrag zum Tod des Söhnchens Feist Katz am 04.11.1860 verzeichnet.

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Die Verstorbene, auch Rieke genannt, war die Tochter eines Marcus Heilbrunn und seiner Frau Giedel geb. Hammerschlag; am 30.03.1853 heiratete sie in Neumorschen, ohne Altersangabe, Mendel Katz [Grabnummer 13] aus Neumorschen (HHStAW, Abt. 365, Nr. 68). Der Wohnort ihrer Eltern wird im Trauungseintrag nicht erwähnt, doch lassen sich die genannten Eheleute Heilbrunn in Harmuthsachsen nachweisen [siehe Friedhof Harmuthsachsen, Grabnummer 44, Grabstein der Giedel Heilbrunn geb. Hammerschlag].

From this information, it appears that her mother is Giedel Heilbrunn, buried in grave # 44 in Harmuthsachsen. Therefore her sister's mother, Veilchen Heilbrunn must also be Giedel in grave 44

Sources

  1. Familie Heilbrunn Harmuthsachsen, Egmar Ruppert research,
  2. Hessian Regional History Information System (LAGIS), http://www.lagis-hessen.de/en/subjects/index/sn/jufHessian Regional History Information System (LAGIS)LAGIS Flyer (PDF)Introduction (taken from the website)The Hessian Information System on Regional History (the German acronym is LAGIS) is a digital information portal created by the State Office for Regional History of Hesse (Hessisches Landesamt für geschichtliche Landeskunde) in Marburg. It aims to provide historically accurate information on the history and geography of Hesse to a broad readership with a variety of possible questions and informational needs. To that end we provide digital texts, maps and images that were prepared by the State Office for Regional History of Hesse or our partners.

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Lazarus HEILBRUNN

M, #I90, b. 1828

Family

Marriage 1 : UNKNOWN

Sources

  1. Familie Heilbrunn Harmuthsachsen, Egmar Ruppert research,

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Bonwit HEILBRUNN

M, #I91, b. 29 January 1829

Family

Marriage 1 : UNKNOWN

Sources

  1. Familie Heilbrunn Harmuthsachsen, Egmar Ruppert research,

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Hindel HEILBRUNN

F, #I92, b. 18 July 1832, d. 19 March 1839

Family

Marriage 1 : UNKNOWN

Sources

  1. Familie Heilbrunn Harmuthsachsen, Egmar Ruppert research,

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Hanchen HEILBRUNN

F, #I93, b. 25 October 1838, d. 22 August 1843

Family

Marriage 1 : UNKNOWN

Sources

  1. Familie Heilbrunn Harmuthsachsen, Egmar Ruppert research,

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David EICHBORN

M, #I94, b. 1816

Family

Marriage 1 : Zerline HEILBRUNN m. 09 September 1856, b. 1820, d. 1875

Sources

  1. Familie Heilbrunn Harmuthsachsen, Egmar Ruppert research,

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Elka LOWENSTEIN

F, #I95

Family

Marriage 1 : Joseph EICHBORN

  1. David EICHBORN, b. 1816

Sources

  1. Familie Heilbrunn Harmuthsachsen, Egmar Ruppert research,

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Joseph EICHBORN

M, #I96

Family

Marriage 1 : Elka LOWENSTEIN

  1. David EICHBORN, b. 1816

Sources

  1. Familie Heilbrunn Harmuthsachsen, Egmar Ruppert research,

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Mendel KATZ

M, #I97, b. 1826, d. 07 May 1887

Family

Marriage 1 : Rieke HEILBRUNN m. 12 April 1853, b. 1822, d. 11 October 1872

Sources

  1. Familie Heilbrunn Harmuthsachsen, Egmar Ruppert research,
  2. Hessian Regional History Information System (LAGIS), http://www.lagis-hessen.de/en/subjects/index/sn/jufHessian Regional History Information System (LAGIS)LAGIS Flyer (PDF)Introduction (taken from the website)The Hessian Information System on Regional History (the German acronym is LAGIS) is a digital information portal created by the State Office for Regional History of Hesse (Hessisches Landesamt für geschichtliche Landeskunde) in Marburg. It aims to provide historically accurate information on the history and geography of Hesse to a broad readership with a variety of possible questions and informational needs. To that end we provide digital texts, maps and images that were prepared by the State Office for Regional History of Hesse or our partners.

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Sara Manus JOSEPH

F, #I98, b. 1780

Family

Marriage 1 : Feist KATZ , b. 1780

  1. Mendel KATZ, b. 1826, d. 07 May 1887
  2.    Joseph KATZ, b. 01 June 1821, d. 15 February 1892

Sources

  1. Familie Heilbrunn Harmuthsachsen, Egmar Ruppert research,
  2. Hessian Regional History Information System (LAGIS), http://www.lagis-hessen.de/en/subjects/index/sn/jufHessian Regional History Information System (LAGIS)LAGIS Flyer (PDF)Introduction (taken from the website)The Hessian Information System on Regional History (the German acronym is LAGIS) is a digital information portal created by the State Office for Regional History of Hesse (Hessisches Landesamt für geschichtliche Landeskunde) in Marburg. It aims to provide historically accurate information on the history and geography of Hesse to a broad readership with a variety of possible questions and informational needs. To that end we provide digital texts, maps and images that were prepared by the State Office for Regional History of Hesse or our partners.

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Feist KATZ

M, #I99, b. 1780

Family

Marriage 1 : Sara Manus JOSEPH , b. 1780

  1. Mendel KATZ, b. 1826, d. 07 May 1887
  2.    Joseph KATZ, b. 01 June 1821, d. 15 February 1892

Sources

  1. Familie Heilbrunn Harmuthsachsen, Egmar Ruppert research,
  2. Hessian Regional History Information System (LAGIS), http://www.lagis-hessen.de/en/subjects/index/sn/jufHessian Regional History Information System (LAGIS)LAGIS Flyer (PDF)Introduction (taken from the website)The Hessian Information System on Regional History (the German acronym is LAGIS) is a digital information portal created by the State Office for Regional History of Hesse (Hessisches Landesamt für geschichtliche Landeskunde) in Marburg. It aims to provide historically accurate information on the history and geography of Hesse to a broad readership with a variety of possible questions and informational needs. To that end we provide digital texts, maps and images that were prepared by the State Office for Regional History of Hesse or our partners.

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Hanna LEVI

F, #I100, b. 1804

Family

Marriage 1 : Samuel GOLDSCHMIDT , b. 17 October 1795, d. 21 April 1865

  1. Schalum GOLDSCHMIDT, b. 19 December 1827, d. 03 October 1907
  2. Ahron GOLDSCHMIDT, b. 18 May 1826, d. 07 January 1835
  3. Moses GOLDSCHMIDT, b. 09 May 1830, d. 14 January 1835
  4. Sara GOLDSCHMIDT, b. 22 September 1832
  5. Issac GOLDSCHMIDT, b. 03 April 1835, d. 20 March 1837
  6. Vogel GOLDSCHMIDT, b. 10 August 1837, d. 21 September 1848
  7. Buhle GOLDSCHMIDT, b. 16 July 1839
  8. Kallmann GOLDSCHMIDT, b. 04 February 1842, d. 23 July 1843

Sources

  1. Familie Goldschmidt Harmuthsachsen 1720-1939,

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