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||Father: Burton ||Max Berniker
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||Sarah BERNSTEIN PEARSON's father Avraham was the brother of Max BERNSTEIN, husband of my great-aunt Lena GONIONDZKI.|
The "Certified Copy (No B64004) of an Entry of Birth" given at the General Register Office, Somerset House, states Sarah BEAVER was born at hom e, 12 Tenter St., North Whitechapel, London, England. It also says Sar ah is the daughter of Abraham BEAVER, Journeyman Tailor, and Fanny COHEN. The entry for Sarah's sister Bertha (Betty) from the following year, h as identical information except Abraham's occupation was now "Master Tailor." The births were registered in the Whitechapel District and the Sub-Di strict of Goodmans Fields, County of London.
March 27, 1994: Lorne PEARSON believes Sarah's uncle Max BERNSTEIN ca me to New York with the name BOVRER or BEAVER before changing it to BERNSTEIN. Perhaps Max used the exact Polish version (BOVRER or similar) becau se he emigrated directly from Poland while Abraham modified the name to BEAVER when he emigrated to England.
QUESTION: I could not find Max and Lena's marriage certificate in New Yor k. Is it possible Max used BOVRER or BEAVER when he first arrived in New York?
Sarah has relatives in London; Lorne has address.
Sarah's brother Issie (Isadore) lives in Israel. See his file for details .
Lil MILLMAN said Jack and Sarah married in 1922; who has marriage certificate?
||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||[Husband of Roberta] Bernstein
||Mother: Rachel Kogan ||Udlia Bershadski
||Father: Berkowitz, Mother: :Lader ||James Joseph Berton
||Birth: «tab»Sep. 29, 1942|
Death: «tab»Apr. 13, 2012
Published in The News Courier, Athens, AL, April 15, 2012
Morris Erdie Berzett, 69, of Athens passed away Friday, April 13, 2012, at home.
The funeral for Mr. Berzett will be at 1 p.m. Monday at Limestone Chapel Funeral Home. Burial will be in Limestone Memorial Gardens with Steve Dorning and Larry Berzett officiating.
Morris Berzett was born September 29, 1942, in Limestone County, to Fred Erdie Berzett and Mary Edith Ferrell Berzett.
He was preceded in death by his parents; and his daughter, Regina Harrison.
Survivors include his wife, Dianne Berzett; children, Todd Berzett and wife JoAnn of Ogden, Utah, Lyn Eidson and husband Walter of Athens, Chad Cowan and wife Jamie of Austin, Texas, and Joey Berzett of Rapid City, S.D.; brothers, Don Berzett and wife Pat of Athens and Larry Berzett and wife Pam of Rogersville; sister, Susan Burchell and husband Greg of Athens; granddaughters, Christy McKelvey, Natalie Harrison and BreeAnna Harrison; grandsons, Nate Harrison, Michael Cash and Johnny Berzett; great-grandchildren, Peyton Morell, Gage McKelvey, Dominic Berzett, Elijah Berzett, Kiera Berzett, Ryanne Baldwin and Olivia Harrison; mother-in-law, Bonnie Cates; brothers-in-law, Rogers Cates and wife Lina of Athens and Rickey Cates and wife Deborah of Sallisaw, Okla.; and several nieces and nephews.
|Morris Erdie Berzett
James O. Betts
Jim Betts peacefully departed this life on March 1, 2008, after a long and courageous struggle with health problems that he bravely endured over the past several years while continuing to live a contented and happy life.
Jim worked in the trucking business spending 27 years of his career with Anchor Motor Freight logging more than 2 million miles on the road. He enjoyed and excelled at shooting traps, skeet shooting, and traveling. Jim will be profoundly missed by his loving companion sweetheart, Janet Earner. Jim blessed Janet's life with love, happiness and steadfast devotion for 14 wonderful years.
Jim will be fondly remembered and sadly missed by Janet's son, John Earner; her daughter-in-law, Maureen and her grandchildren, Sean, Dorothy, Molly and Colin Earner. Jim's loving presence in their family, his gentle nature and caring love for their Mother and Mom-Mom will always be gratefully remembered. He was preceded in death by his wife, Dolores and is survived by their daughter, Cheryl Barker; son-in-law, Michael Barker; granddaughter, Melissa Wilson and grandson, Kenny Valan.
The family would like to extend a sincere thanks to the staff of Shipley Manor for their kind care to Jim.
Services will be held on Saturday, March 8, at 11:30 am, at the CHANDLER FUNERAL HOME, 2506 Concord Pike, Wilmington where friends may call from 11-11:30 am. Interment will be private.
In lieu of flowers, contributions in Jim's memory may be made to your favorite charity.
|James Oscar Betts
||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||Lawrence Edward Beutler
||Father: Yosie Beyloot, aka Hazan of Hush. From Husi, Romania ||Milcha Beila Beyloot
||Parents: Isaac & Odes Breman ||Alte Bialystozky
||Parents: Jakob Biorig & Hedwig Sahm ||Arnold Bierig
||Jeffrey David Bierig, 57, died on the evening of June 23, 2010, with his family by his side after a valiant struggle against acute myeloid leukemia (AML). Jeff was a 22-year cancer survivor of a previous battle with lymphoma, and braved his many medical challenges with a relentlessly optimistic viewpoint. He was profoundly loved by Linda (nee Avramovic), his wife of 31 years; and his children, Aleksandr and Anika; all of whom survive him. The son of the late Arnold and Esther Bierig, Jeff is survived by his brother, Steven; and sister-in-law, Tamara Sharton; and nephews, Elon and Eytan. He is also survived by his mother-in-law, Lotte Avramovic (nee Schwichtenberg) wife of the late Proka; his sister-in-law, Vicki (nee Avramovic) Oldani and husband Michael; and nieces, Rebekah, Kristina, and Victoria. He also had several cousins and was the nephew to many aunts and uncles including, Steffi and Helga Bierig. Jeff's kindness, thoughtful nature, and great sense of humor were qualities well known to his friends and family. Jeff was a lifelong Chicagoan who loved the city, its media, and its great cultural institutions. His career concluded at the Illinois Institute of Technology, where as Associate Vice President/Director of Communications he thoroughly enjoyed leading and mentoring a team of valued employees. Jeff previously worked nearly 20 years with the Chicago Tribune as Media Relations Manager and took great pride in the newspaper and its role in the life of the city, promoting such projects as the Tribune 150th Anniversary celebration. He was active in the public relations community, serving as multi-term president of the Publicity Club of Chicago and volunteering at a number of other local communications organizations. Linda's position at TWA in the 1970s allowed the couple to frequently travel to London, where they discovered a lifelong love of theater. He continued this passion in Chicago's vibrant theater community, participating as a subscriber to several of the city's companies and serving on the board of the Raven and Next Theaters. He also traveled numerous times with his family to the Shaw and Stratford Theater Festivals in Canada. Jeff was a fanatical golfer and ardent music lover, attending concerts long after he was the oldest person in the audience. ||Jeffrey David Bierig
||Parents: Pfeifer & Regine ||Sophie Billigheimer
||Parents: Zechariah Birkenfeld & Elise Kreutzer ||Benjamin Birkenfeld
||BIRNBAUM--Gerald "Jerry", who lived a full and joyous life, passed away on March 12, 2015. He was born on April 14, 1923 in Brooklyn, NY, the son of the late Hilda (Jacobson) and Louis Birnbaum. He is survived by his beloved wife, Florence; three sons, Howard (Helayne), Lloyd (Julia), and Jeffrey (Ariel); and 11 grandchildren. His only sibling, Murray, preceded him in death. He graduated from City College of New York with a degree in Business. During WW II, he served in US Army Corps Intelligence and marched triumphantly down the Champs Elysee on V-E Day. Designated as a "Liberator," Jerry witnessed the atrocities at Buchenwald and was present at its liberation. His happiest moments were spent with his family. He was a devoted son, brother, husband, father, uncle and grandfather. He will be missed.|
||Parents: Max B. & Celia Lifshitz ||Louis Birnbaum
||"suirviving are ten brothers and three sisters" ||Saul Joshua Birnkrant
||Family members include:|
Beloved husband of 58 years of Bernice "Sis" Birnkrant. Cherished father of Stephen (Frann) Birnkrant and Jon (Carol) Birnkrant. Loving grandfather of Michael, Jaclyn, Allison and Jeffrey Birnkrant
Sherwin Birnkrant was the City Attorney of Pontiac for 27 years. He was a founder of the Law Firm of Birnkrant and Birnkrant in Bloomfield Hills where he practiced with his son Jon Birnkrant.
|Sherwin M. Birnkrant
||Black, Solomon, of Boynton Beach, FL as well as Suffern, NY, passed away on June 20, 2009 at the age of 82. Sol was born to Alfred & Anna Black in Greenwich, CT. Beloved husband of Ruby. Loving father of Daniel and Harris Black. Dear stepfather of Donald (Abbe) Yellin, Rhonda (David) Donovan and Marjorie (Lyle) Schwartz. Adored grandfather of Katie Black, Brianna, Benjamin and Brooke Yellin, Matthew, Stephen, Brian and David Donovan and Brittany, Aaron and Scotty Schwartz. Sol is predeceased by his brother Harry Black. ||Solomon R. Black
||Parents: Morris Blank & Eva Litvin ||Max Blank
||Parents: Bernhard & Mina Honig ||Adolph Blaustern
||Parents Adolf & Betty Boley? ||Delia Blaut
||Barbara Klein, nee Blitzer, age 88, beloved wife of George Klein for 65 years; adoring mother of Leslie Klein and Steven Klein (Jane Millpointer); doting grandmother of Henry and Sally Klein; loving sister of Susan Milner, nee Blitzer and the late Jacob H. Blitzer Jr. Barbara was an avid sailor, social worker; dental technician, travel agent, Avon lady, domestic engineer, mother and most of all the light of George's life. ||Barbara R. Blitzer
||15 grandchildren ||Jacob Harrison Blitzer
||Mr. Speaker, I rise today to pay tribute to the memory of Jacob H. ``Bud'' Blitzer. Bud was a man of integrity and tremendous resilience, who used his creativity, intelligence, humor, and a sense of fairness to navigate through a life of great challenges.A victim of polio at age 27, Bud--never one for self-pity--became a successful businessman, consultant, educator, mentor, and all around mensch. Most important to him were the relationships he cultivated with family, friends, the I Have a Dream Foundation, and the many people fortunate enough to know him.But, with his brother-in-law Len Milner, founded Integrated Ceilings, Inc., specializing in innovative architectural custom ceiling designs. He held many patents for designs which have enhanced numerous office buildings, retail stores, and homes. These innovations inspired an entire industry of ceiling design. He ran his company with the highest standards of honesty, quality, and excellence. This commitment was reflected by the employees of the company who were loyal and proud of their product and most of whom remained with the company throughout the entire time that Bud was its president and CEO.But did not limit himself to his company. He also served as a mentor for many young entrepreneurs as they began their businesses as well as many people who were struggling with the challenges of life. One notable example was Tom Greene of the T.A. Greene Co., of whom Bud was known to have said, ``I started out helping Tom, but in the end, it was he who helped me.''Bud was a jazz drummer in his youth, served as an officer in the Army Air Corps, and was founder and president of the Lightrend Co., prior to founding Integrated Ceilings, Inc. An avid sailor and a jazz enthusiast, a conversationalist par excellence, Bud's greatest gift was to make each person he spoke with feel special.Our thoughts are with Bud's family: his wife Dalia; children Jamie and Rob, along with his wife Donna; sisters Barbara and Susan and their husbands George and Len; grandchildren Rebecca and Erica; two great grandchildren; nieces and nephews and many friends who were part of the extended family.Mr. Speaker, distinguished colleagues, please join me in remembering a great friend and outstanding individual, Jacob ``Bud'' Blitzer. ||Jacob Harrison Blitzer, Jr.
||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||Charles Zalman Bloch
||Parents: Maier Block & Carolyn Bernheim ||Emil Block
||Mother: Adele ||Mamie Block
||Manfred Stemmer Block, 54, died Thursday, January 11, 2007. He was a native of Richmond, Virginia and a resident of Norfolk since 1989. Fred was an attorney with Norfolk Southern Corporation for nearly three decades, having received his J.D. from the University of Virginia Law School and his bachelors degree from Northwestern University.|
Survivors: Fred is survived by his wife of 17 years, Donna Bausch; sister, Marguerite Maucher, wife of Michael Maucher; nephew, Scott Maucher; niece, Katherine Maucher, all of Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina. He was the son of the late Fred M. and Erica Stemmer Block.
Services: The family will receive friends in the Norfolk Chapel of H.D. Oliver Funeral Apts., from 7-9 p.m. on Monday, January 15, 2007.
Interment will be in Pennsylvania.
|Manfred Stemmer Block
||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||Evelyn Bloomfield
||Parents: Mendel Bloomfield & Gittel Friedman ||Miriam Fanny Bloomfield
Sister: Lina Struth in Paterson NJ
||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||Joan C. Blumenthal
||father: Carl ||Alfred Eugene Bomeisler
||Father: Clarence Alvin Bond|
Mother: Hazel Dell Carpenter
|Charles Alvin Bond
||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||Sarah Anne Bonds
||BONNIE Dale Burris Bonnie, 82, was called home to be with the Lord suddenly on Monday, June 29, 2009. Preceded in death by his brother Elliott and twin brother David. He is survived by his loving children, Dale Bonnie Jr. and Laura Morse (Steve); two very special grandchildren, Brett and Mallory Morse; dear sister-in-law, Helen Bonnie; and many beloved nieces and nephews. Proud graduate and football player from North High School, member of The Ohio State University Football Team, his life-long love, (1945-47), served in the U.S. Navy during the Korean War, and was a member of Varsity-O Club. Besides his career as a professional salesman in the janitorial supply industry, Dale was passionate about fishing, ballroom dancing, fitness and his devotion to World Harvest Church. ||Dale Burris Bonnie
||BONNIE Elliott Bonnie, Jr, age 80, passed away peacefully Wednesday, February 16, 2005 at 6:15 p.m. in the McAuley Center. He was born in Dayton, Ohio on October 23, 1924 the son of Elliott Bonnie, Sr. and Margaret (Burris) Bonnie. Elliott was President of Grimes Manufacturing when he retired. He was co-owner of Glen Grove and His and Hurst Farms. He was a nationally renown breeder of American Saddlebred horses. He is survived by four children, Elliott (Martha) Bonnie of Columbus, Gretchen Bonnie of Columbus, Gloria Valaska of Melbourne, Florida, and Warren Bonnie of Urbana; six grandchildren, Melissa Lambert, Margaret Bonnie Miller, Warren Bonnie II, Elliott Bonnie IV, Jennifer Hernandez, and Job Bonnie; 2 great-grandchildren, Abigail Lambert and Isiaha Hernandez; brother, Dale Bonnie of Columbus. Preceded in death by his parents wife of 50 years Beverly Bonnie in 1999 and brother David McKay ||David McKay Bonnie
||ship: Aachen ||Anna Bonowitz
||ship: Aachen ||Fannie Bonowitz
||ship: Aachen ||Lillian Bertha Bonowitz
||Minnie J. Reiffel, 6445 N. Francisco avenue, beloved wife of the late Phillip, fond mother of Arthur and the late Beatrice, dear sister of Lilly Gruber, Anna Winter, Esther Bayer, Gail Bonney, Zelda, Joe, and Elliot Bonowitz, and the late Fannie Canowitz, two grandchildren ||Minnie Bonowitz
||ship: Aachen ||Minnie Bonowitz
||Katie Rose Borenstein, Beloved daughter of Nancy and David Borenstein. Loving sister of Joshua and Zachary Borenstein. Cherished granddaughter of June (the late Joseph) Borenstein and Ruth (the late William) Rosenberg. Dear niece of Judith Borenstein, Kenneth (Peggy) Rosenberg, and Richard (Rosemary) Rosenberg. Devoted cousin of Megan (Patrick) Banayo, Daniel (Lee) Rosenberg, and Benjamin. ||Katie Rose Borenstein
||See attached sources. ||Frank E. Boyle
||Harry Brantz, age 85, passed away at Catskill Regional Medical Center on Sunday, July 26, 2009 after a long illness.|
Harry was born in New York City. He worked in a printing shop for 46-years in Woodbourne, NY and Mt. Vernon, NY.
For the past 25-years Harry spent his time as an advocate for all people, especially those with mental illness. His strong belief in recovery, self empowerment, peer run services and respect and dignity for the mentally ill was an inspiration to all. He also fought hard to assure that individuals with mental illness had a voice and vote on committees and boards that made decisions about services for the mentally ill.
He had a particular interest in individuals who suffered from both mental illness and substance abuse and worked hard to create self help groups in that area. He went to Albany on many occasions to lobby and was on a first name basis with state and county legislators.
Harry was also extremely civic minded and attended almost every county and Village of Monticello Board meeting for many years. He made his opinions known and was not afraid to stand up for what he felt was right.
In addition he was long time loyal member of the Elks Club in Monticello.
Harry was a founding member of Stepping Stones and a member of the Sullivan County Community Services Board as well as both the Adult Mental Health Committee and Children and Youth Task Force. He gave much of his time to these programs and boards as well as to his advocacy role in local governance.
Harry is survived by his sisters, Rose Rubnitz and Beth Atkins; one nephew, Alfred. He is also survived by his many friends at Stepping Stones and Rehabilitation Support Services.
||visited Hardheim, Germany with wife Sophie|
Parents: Carl & Henrietta
||from Elizabethgrad ||Moishe Aron Braun
||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||Marilyn Braune