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2751 Jul West Hammer in Manhattan NY, 1900 Cenx

Jul, March 1863, b. VA, Parents Germ, Germ
Bella? Mar 1868, m 1892, b. NY, par Germ, Germ
son Willie, b. Oct 1885 
Julius M. Westheimer
 
2752 emigrated 1871 (Baden index) Loeb Westheimer
 
2753 emigrated 1871 (Baden index) Marx Westheimer
 
2754 WESTHEIMER— Max, beloved husband of Herta. Devoted father of Lothar, Berthold, Henry and Jerry Cherished grandfather of 7 and great grandfather of 7. Services were held December 1. Max Westheimer
 
2755 [Westheimer2.FTW]

[Westheimer2.ftw]

Died as an infant 
Melanie Westheimer
 
2756 1900 Cen shows cousin Herman Westheimer, born Germany, May 1870 Moses S. Westheimer
 
2757 Westheimer, Ron
Jun. 22, 1958 - Mar. 25, 2016
Ron Westheimer, of Sarasota, Florida, died on Mar. 25, 2016. Services will be held at 11:30 AM on May 21, 2016 at Unity Church, 3023 Procter Rd., Sarasota, FL. 
Ronald Paxton Westheimer
 
2758 In 1870 census (VA) as "Mestheimer" Samuel Westheimer
 
2759 Was in Concentration Camp Gurs Stefani Westheimer
 
2760 Stillborn [Unnamed] Westheimer
 
2761 MARLBOROUGH - Helene (Wexler) Mergentheimer, 70, of Marlborough, died on Thursday, August 11, 2016 at the Christopher House in Worcester.

A graveside service was held at New Montefiore Cemetery in West Babylon, New York.

Born: February 10, 1946
Place of Birth: Brooklyn, New York, NY
Death: August 11, 2016
Place of Death: Worcester, MA 
Helene Wexler
 
2762 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Louis Stanley Wexler
 
2763 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Leslie Herbert Wexner
 
2764 1st marriage to Farrell Biggs

A memorial service will be at 4:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 20, 1999, in St. John the Baptist Episcopal Church for Reba Wheeler Mannheimer, who died Nov. 4 at age 84.
Mrs. Mannheimer was born Dec. 21, 1914, in Prairie Grove, Ark. Her maiden name was Wheeler. She lived in Bend before moving in 1962 to Portland, where she was a member of the church and partners with her husband in a wholesale women's clothing business. She married Robert Mannheimer in 1945.
Survivors include her husband; son, Robert W. of Beaverton; daughters, Bianca Hart of Portland and Rebecca of Eugene; sister, Mary Eastman of Tulsa, Okla.; and four grandchildren.
Private interment will be in Willamette National Cemetery. 
Reba Wheeler
 
2765 Michael Allan Whelan Feb. 9, 1953 - March 5, 2007 Mike was a loving Husband, Father, Son and Brother. He practiced law in San Jose and enjoyed riding his Harley, painting and dancing the night away. He was selfless and had a heart of gold. He put anyone above him and he shared his life with the world. Mike's laugh and smile lit up any room. His humor could brighten anyone's day. Mike was someone you could always count on and his memory will be carried with us forever. He is survived by his wife, Lissa, and two daughters, Victoria and Christina. We will always miss you and are grateful for the wonderful memories you gave us. We love you! Private services will be held. Michael Alan Whelan
 
2766 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. John R. Whitaker
 
2767 Parents Alfred Leslie White and Reta Love (marr record) Alfred Leslie White, Jr
 
2768 father: William Irene Ruth Ann Whitebread
 
2769 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Samuel Gross Wiener, IV
 
2770 In October 1943, Simon Bolle and his wife Ilse (née Wijngaard) were forced to leave their hiding place in Amsterdam. They immediately turned to Susanna van Thiel (later Eijkelenboom-van Thiel*), who had regularly been helping their family, to obtain false papers and find safe addresses. Susanna put Simon and Ilse in contact with Maria Fikkert, who lived in Amsterdam with her two adult children, Egbert and Alida. On their arrival at the Fikkerts' home, Simon and Ilse discovered that two Jewish boys were already in hiding there. Nevertheless, realizing the urgency of the situation, Maria and her children insisted on sheltering the Bolles. Ilse and Simon remained there until the end of the war in May 1945. The Fikkerts had very little provisions, especially during the infamous hunger winter, when food, electricity and running water were scarce, yet they shared everything they procured with their four guests. Fortunately, during the most difficult period, Susanna van Thiel managed to bring food coupons to the Bolles once a month, which helped everyone a great deal. Over and above hiding Jews, Maria also concealed illegal arms for the underground fighters in her home. She was also involved in various activities for the illegal press. Maria knew that she was seriously endangering her life, and the lives of her children, but her vehement anti-Nazi feelings compelled her to run the risk.
On February 10, 1983, Yad Vashem recognized Maria Elizabeth Fikkert-Heineman and her children, Marius Egbert Fikkert and Alida Fikkert, as Righteous Among the Nations.
 
Ilse Wijngaard
 
2771 Father: Isaac Wild? Gutel Wild
 
2772 2 grandchildren Helen Usher Wiley
 
2773 Minister of Transport
"Gustave Willems Award" 
Gustave Willems
 
2774 Parents: Samuel Willen & Sophia Bugatch John Melvin Willen
 
2775 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Aaron Lester Willner
 
2776 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Dr. Bruce Willner
 
2777 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Cathy Rena Wilson
 
2778 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Claire Anne Wilson
 
2779 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. John R. Wilson
 
2780 Jeffrey Aaron Winborn, 47, of Harrisburg, PA, died Tuesday, March 24, 2015. He was born June 10, 1967, in Groton, CT. He graduated from Princess Anne High School in Virginia Beach, VA, in 1985 and attended St. Leo College, in Norfolk, VA. He taught at School in the Community and New Century Charter School in Chapel Hill, NC; he was on the staff, the Board, and President of the Corporation at the Greenwood Sudbury School in Hampton, CT; and he was on the Board of Trustees at The Circle School in Harrisburg, PA, from 2008 to 2014, serving as its Secretary from 2008-2013. He worked as a web developer for Advomatic from 2006 to 2013 and as a consultant for Zivtech from 2013 to 2015. The Drupal Community Working Group and Drupal Association has created an award in his honor, The Aaron Winborn Award, honoring individuals who demonstrate personal integrity, kindness, and above-and-beyond commitment to the Drupal community. He is survived by his wife, Gwen Pfeifer, and their two daughters, Ashlin and Sabina Pfeifer-Winborn, his father, Victor Winborn, stepmother, Jane Raymond-Winborn, and mother, Lynn Loofbourrow-Winborn. Jeffrey Aaron Winborn
 
2781 Dr. Gilbert Winick, D.D.S, passed away on August 11, 2008 into heaven to be with his wife Regina and his son Steven, both of whom predeceased him. He was Ninety years old. Dr. Winick was born in Brooklyn, NY on March 30, 1918 to Morris and Jennie (Charna) Winick. Dr. Winick had a very long and wonderful life with his one true love, Regina, his three children, many friends from his college years and beyond, and his relatives. He met his wife when they were teenagers and married in 1940. In 1944 they moved to Port Chester after opening a dental office. Dr. Winick attended Long Island University and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in 1936. In 1938 he graduated with a Masters of Arts degree from Columbia University. He attended New York University, College of Dentistry, and graduated with a Doctor of Dental Surgery degree in 1944. Dr. Winick was very active in the community. He belonged to the Suburban Dental Society, having served as president 1959 "" 1960, The ADA, and was a member of the New York State Civil Defense Commission. He also was an active member of the Key Club of Port Chester. He received many accolades, among them recognition with certificate of appreciation from the Forty-Four Club of Port Chester, NY, and an award citation from the Port Chester Dental Advisory Council in 1971. Dr. Winick was a very good natured person and had a good sense of humor. He loved his work and his patients appreciated not only his expertise, but his talent for listening. Talking to him was "better than going to a psychiatrist". They often wrote him letters of appreciation for his dental skills. Dr. Winick was an accomplished photographer. He loved his hobby and took such beautiful pictures, it is said that he could have done it professionally. He also played Tennis with his wife since they were teenagers, was an avid reader, wrote poetry, made perfect drawings, and played piano beautifully. He loved nature and animals and took time to pass all of his interests onto his children and grandchildren. Dr. Winick is survived by his two children, Roberta and her husband and his son John, four grandchildren, three great- grandchilden, cousins and other relatives. Gilbert Winick
 
2782 Parents Max and Clara Ethel Beulah Winkler
 
2783 Gilbert Winsten, 91, of New York, NY, formerly of Freehold, NJ, died Saturday January 7, 2017, in New York City. He was born on February 4, 1925, in Brooklyn, New York to David and Anna Weinstein. After graduating from James Madison High School, he served in the army during World War II, being discharged with the rank of sergeant. In 1947, he married Harriet B. Liss. Moving to Freehold, Gil and Harriet founded Hargill Supply Company, Inc., a plumbing and heating supply, where he worked until retirement. They were members of Congregation Agudath Achim. For many years, Gil and Harriet also worked with a group of like-minded parents to start and support Eden Autism Services. The first group home opened at Eden was named Winsten House. Harriet Winsten died in 1988.

Gil is survived by two sons, Steven of Robbinsville, NJ, and Michael of Somerville, NJ; and daughter JoAnn Winsten of New York, NY. He also leaves a step-son, Brian Hoffman of Glen Gardner, NJ, and two step-grandchildren. He was predeceased by his second wife, Evelyn, in 2016.

Graveside funeral services at Freehold Hebrew Benefit Society Cemetery,

Published in Asbury Park Press on Jan. 17, 2017 
Gilbert Winsten
 
2784 SHENKER Miriam Elizabeth Winter Shenker, age 90, passed away peacefully on April 27, 2012. Preceded in death by her husband Martin, parents Harry and Anna Winter and sister Esther Rosen. Survived by her daughters, Marcia (Howard) Levy and Janet (Leonard) Carlson; grand-children, Steven (Julie) Levy, Michelle (Yale) Nogin, Jennifer (Matt Cooper) Carlson and Erik Carlson; great-grandchildren, Ethan, Eliana, Sarah, Jonah and Lila; and nieces and nephews. Miriam spent many years working at Congregation Tifereth Israel involved in the Jewish education of countless children. She especially enjoyed the preparation of confirmation classes and leading the USY youth groups in travels around the country. She was greatly loved by her children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. Our special thanks to the staffs of Sunrise of Bexley, The Mother Angeline McCrory Manner, and Zusman Hospice for their loving, respectful care. Funeral service 1 p.m. on Sunday, April 29 at THE EPSTEIN MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 3232 E. Main St. with Rabbi Harold Berman and Cantor Jack Chomsky officiating. Interment will follow at New Tifereth Israel Cemetery. Miriam Elizabeth Winter
 
2785 ROSSMAN--Ilse. Age 89, died on June 18, 2006 after a long illness. Born in Mannheim, Germany and emigrating to New York in 1938, she lived a life of profound dignity and dedication. She was predeceased by her loving husband, Karl Rossman, and her adored brother, Hans Wirth. She will be remembered by her sisters-in-law Lucy Kahn and Rena Wirth, her nephew Barry Kahn and his wife Sandy, her nieces Judy Florsheim and her husband Steve, and Barbie Stanczak and her husband Bob. She is also survived by many great nephews and nieces. Ilse Wirth
 
2786 WOJTUSIK
LEON J. "LOU", on November 10, 2014, of Washington Twp., NJ, age 93. Husband of Rita (nee Pasquale). Father of Luanne (Lucia) Miller and Janice Flank (Howard). Grand-father of Matthew, Gregory, Leah, Timothy and Stephanie. Brother of Sir Stanley Wojtusik, Emily Hojnacki and the late Theodore Wojtusik; nieces and nephews.
 
Leon John Wojtusik
 
2787 Parfents: Joseph &: Louise Beatrice Wolf
 
2788 grandchildren [Vicki, Jill] Nightingale, Laurie, Pam Carolyn May Wolf
 
2789 Charles Wolf, 80, of West Palm Beach, Florida, formerly of Detroit, died on 10 February 2007.

Husband of Ingrid Wolf. Dear father of Hilary Borman (Stuart). Devoted grandfather of Molly and Hannah Borman. 
Charles Stuart Wolf
 
2790 Parents: Elias Wolf & Scheindel Weisser Edward Elton Wolf
 
2791 G. A. Wolf, 90, Passes--Oldest practicing lawyer in the Grand Rapids Bar Association, Gustave A. Wolf, a long time member of the Peninsular Club, died recently after a short illness.
He came to Grand Rapids as a child and began his legal career 63 years ago. Board member of Isabella Home, he was also a member of the State Bar Association, life member of Doric lodge. F.&AM, belonged to the Elks and the Old Residents Association, and had never missed a class reunion at the University of Michigan since he was graduated in 1878. 
Gustave Adolph Wolf
 
2792 WOLF DR. LAWRENCE CHARLES Beloved husband of JoAnn MacWilliams-Wolf. Dear father of Alexis Wolf (Steven) Yanofsky, Nicholas Wolf and Hunter MacWilliams-Wolf. Devoted brother of Marsha (Ernest) Gurwich. Also survived by many loving cousins, nieces, nephews, other family members and friends. A man with his own style, Larry had a passion for fine wine, golf, cooking and his loving wife, JoAnn. He was a graduate from the University of Michigan Dental School, a voracious reader and loved most to be surrounded by his friends and family. Dr. Lawrence Wolf
 
2793 Madoline Wolf Carr, 75, a retired real estate agent who was a vice president of the Montgomery County League of Women Voters and a member of the Maryland state board of the league, died of lung ailments May 22 at Holy Cross Hospital.

A resident of Silver Spring, Mrs. Carr was born in Cincinnati. She attended Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, N.Y., and graduated from the Central Academy of Commercial Art in Cincinnati. As a young woman, she was a fashion illustrator for department stores there.

Mrs. Carr lived in the Philadelphia area before moving to the Washington area in 1971.

From about 1973 until she retired in 1991, she worked in real estate in partnership with her husband for the firms of Schick & Pepe, Long & Foster and Shannon & Luchs. Most of her work involved residential properties in Montgomery and Prince George's counties.

She was a member of the National Association of Realtors.

Survivors include her husband of 47 years, Richard W. Carr of Silver Spring; a daughter, Linda Goodman of Jamestown, N.Y.; a brother, Myron D. Wolf Jr. of Cincinnati; and a grandson. 
Madoline May Wolf
 
2794 Marguerite came to this country in 1941. She was married to Julius Westheimer for 67 years until his passing in 1994. She and her husband operated a farm in Middleburgh, NY for many years. She was a member of Congregation Agudat Achim in Schenectady and a member and past president of the Business and Professional Women's Organization. Mrs. Westheimer was instrumental in assisting Jews escape from Nazi Germany during the Holocaust. She is survived by a son, two grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by a grandson Alan Westheimer
(Information paraphrased from Times Union) 
Marguerite Elisabeth Wolf
 
2795 WOLF Myron D., Jr., age 83, passed away September 16, 2002, beloved husband of Adele Wolf, devoted father of Trip and Joanne Wolf, loving grandfather of Trisha and Kathryn Wolf Myron D. Wolf, Jr.
 
2796 Roy Wolf, 86, of Scottsdale passed away August 9, 2003. He has served the U.S. Air corps in WWII. He was an officer of Wolf Cloth Co of Detroit. Graveside services will be held 9:00 AM Tuesday, August 19, 2003 at the National Cemetery of AZ, 23029 N. Cave Creek Rd., Phx., AZ. Survived by brothers Stanley and Morton. Roy Raymond Wolf
 
2797 Not Married in 1937 - Source NY Passenger lists Samuel Bruel Wolf, Jr.
 
2798 William B. Wolf Jr., 79, a fourth-generation Washingtonian who was a lawyer and corporate director, died Aug. 28 of thyroid cancer at the Washington Home hospice. He was a Washington resident.

Mr. Wolf, known as Billy, practiced law at several Washington firms, but he began and ended his career as a partner in the family firm of Wolf & Wolf, founded in 1892.

He was also prominent in banking and real estate circles, serving on the boards of directors of several companies and banks.

Mr. Wolf was a graduate of Woodrow Wilson High School, where he was a captain in the high school cadet corps and was awarded the DAR medal for good citizenship. He served in the Navy and Army before graduating in 1947 from Princeton University, where he studied public and international affairs, played soccer and was a member of several clubs.

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He graduated from Yale Law School in 1951 and was a member of the Corbey Court and Phi Alpha Delta honorary societies. He also studied at Oxford University in England.

Mr. Wolf practiced law in Washington for more than 54 years, with a specialty in real estate law. He was also a director and vice chairman of the board of directors of Security National Bank and its holding company, Security National.

He was a director of the District-Realty Title Insurance, Watergate East and the Woodward Building; was a general partner of Wolf-Lenkin and Lenkin-Wolf; and a managing partner or director in several other real estate companies. He was also a trustee of the Wolf Pack Fund, a family charity.

Mr. Wolf was president of the National Capital USO, the Jewish Historical Society of Greater Washington and the Brotherhood of the Washington Hebrew Congregation. He was vice president of the Fort Gaines Citizens Association.

He was a member of the Princeton and Yale clubs of Washington, the Yale Law School Association of Washington, the Princeton Club of New York, the Nassau Club, Mory's Association, the St. Albans Tennis Club, Woodmont Country Club and the Commanderie de Bordeaux, a wine group. He served as reunion chairman for the 10th, 15th, 25th and 50th reunions of the Yale Law School Class of 1951. In 2004, he was chairman of a Washington reunion of the Princeton Class of 1947.

Mr. Wolf went on alumni journeys to Africa, Asia, Australia, South America and many countries in Europe. He also traveled independently throughout the British Isles, France, Italy, Switzerland, Spain, Morocco, Greece, Austria, Hawaii and the Caribbean.

He wrote a published novel and a memoir of his legal career.

His marriage to Edna Russell Jacobs ended in divorce.

Survivors include his wife of 25 years, Audrey R. Wolf of Washington; three children from his first marriage, Susan M. Wolf of Minneapolis, William B. Wolf III of Middleburg and Victoria W. Rosenfield of Baltimore; three stepchildren, Stephanie L. Adler of Cockeysville, Md., James L. Adler III of Scarsdale, N.Y., and Natalie A. Adler of Washington; a sister, Marcia Wolf "Peggy" Goldsmith of Washington; and 12 grandchildren. 
William B. Wolf, Jr.
 
2799 Parents: David L. Wolfe & Lena Myers.
Born in West Va? 
Erwin Wolfe
 
2800 Donald William Wolff Age 81 Hometown Holiday Island, AR Date and Place of Birth 3/7/1923 New York, NY Date and Place of Death 5/11/2004 Holiday Island, AR Date of Funeral 5/14/200

DON WOLFF, a resident of Holiday Island, Arkansas passed away Tuesday in his home at the age of 81. He was born March 7, 1923, in New York, New York a son of Edwin and Ella (Gerity) Wolff. He is survived by his daughter, Constance Eveland of Holiday Island. 
Donald William Wolff
 

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