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When everyone had to accept Jews in Württemberg 1828 hereditary
surnames, took the heads of families at the Jewish Oedheimer the following names: Kaufmann (4), Rosenstein (4), Mergentheimer (3), Strauß (2), Adler (1), Fröhlich (1), Gutmann (1), Herrmann (1), Mannheimer (1), Rothschild (1), Schulz (1), Seligmann (1), und Sterm (1). 
Mannheimer, Moses Raphael (I16781)
David J. Schoenfarber, 69, of Hartsville-New Marlborough Road passed away on Saturday, March 21, 2015.

Born November 6, 1945 in New York, New York, David was the son of Herman and Lillian Perry Schoenfarber. He attended local schools and graduated from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania with a degree in business as well as attending Brooklyn Law School.

Mr. Schoenfarber enlisted into the Army in 1968 and was medically discharged in 1971 after being seriously injured when a truck he was riding in rolled over.

David married his wife, the former Barbara Zucker on June 30, 1968. Together, the couple made their home in New York City, then Long Island and in 1998 they made Massachusetts their year round residence while still maintaining an apartment in New York that they used as their home and office.

David was bigger than life ? everyone who knew him, loved him. He loved each of his sons equally and often said, ?One father can love ten children more than ten children can love one father.?

He loved skiing, and during the winter months David was a fixture at the Butternut Ski Basin in Great Barrington, MA. He was well known for always wearing crazy hats, lifting the spirits of all those around him. He was also a member of Wyantenuck Country Club.

David is survived by his wife of 46 years, Barbara, along with their sons Jeff, Steven, Harris and Adam. He also leaves his sister Harriett and his grandchildren Alexa, Ryan, Hayden, Avery and Marlo. 
Schoenfarber, David Joseph (I22700)
3 Joseph Farber
August 18, 2001, beloved husband of Rita Farber; devoted father of
Christine (Donald) Swanson, Theresa (Frank) Ellis, Patricia (Joseph)
Schmelzinger, Cynthia (Ross Chilmanski) Chiarilli, Joseph (Virginia)
Stencel and Leonard (Judy) Stencel; grandfather of 14 grandchildren
and seven great-grandchildren; brother of Ernest Farber, Trudy
Osband and the late Maury, Philip, Louis Farber, Celia Sharpe and
Lillian Rosen; also survived by several nieces and nephews. Funeral
services will be held from AMHERST MEMORIAL CHAPEL, INC., 281 Dodge
Rd., Tuesday at 12:00 Noon. No prior visitations. In lieu of
flowers, donations in his memory may be made to Myasthenia Gravis
Foundation or Alzheimer's Association. 
Farber, Joseph (I55)
4 Isaac Lauman, merchant, Attica, was born in the state of Hesse-Darmstadt,
Germany, March 2, 1838, and was the youngest child of Zodick Hirsch and Jette
(Fuld) Lauman. At the age of thirteen he began peddling notions, and continued
in this business till 1859, when he came to America, arriving in Attica about
the first of September with $6 as the extent of his worldly fortune. After a
sojourn of six months in Attica he went to Dallas, Illinois, and clerked in a
general store twenty months, when the firm broke up and threw him out of
employment. He returned to Attica, and during the fall of 1861 bought hides and
pelts, making a handsome little sum of money. The next year he clerked in the
store of S. and J. Loeb & Co. In 1864 this firm took Mr. Lauman into
partnership, and another firm was then farmed by these gentlemen under the style
of Loeb, Lauman & Co., both of which have continued to do business up to the
present time. These two firms, which are practically one, run two business
houses and have a thriving trade. They deal largely in dry goods, clothing,
furnishing goods, cattle and wool. Mr. Lauman was married August 27, 1866, to
Miss Augusta Pfeifer, of Louisville, Kentucky, who was born in Germany, August
24, 1848. Their three living children were born as follows: Julia, September 12,
1868; Belle, September 5, 1871; and Howard, November 6, 1878. Mr. and Mrs.
Lauman are members of the Benai Jeshurun congregation (Jewish church). He was
president several years, and is now the treasurer. He has been a member of the
Masonic order since 1860, and has filled several offices in his lodge. He is
also a member of Brazilla Lodge, No. 111, I. O. B. B., of La Fayette.

Additional Comments:
Logan Township

Extracted from:

Author: H. W. Beckwith (1881)
Lauman, Isaac (I20290)
5 Lester Irving Cooper began his film career as a writer for WARNER BROS. in 1937. Drafted in 1941, he spent the next five years in the U. S. Army, where he wrote the first joint British-American film on the invasion of a French town. After the war, Cooper stayed in England, writing feature films for J. Arthur Rank and British National Productions, including Meet the Navy (1946). In 1949 Cooper returned to the United States and started his own film production company. He then joined Esquire magazine as chief copywriter and also wrote freelance magazine pieces. In 1953, the year after he produced STANLEY KUBRICK's documentary THE SEAFARERS, Cooper joined CBS News as a writer on the Eye of New York series. He also wrote a CBS News special titled A Day Called X (1957) and wrote for the series FYI. Departing CBS News in 1956, Cooper joined NBC News as a writer for Today, starring Dave Garroway. After several years with NBC, he left to become head writer and supervising producer of PM, the 90-minute nightly news and talk show with Mike Wallace for Westinghouse Broadcasting Company. A freelancer once more, Cooper produced a series of 11 shows with Dave Garroway called Exploring the Universe, which was nominated for an Emmy Award. He joined ABC News in 1964 as a staff producer for the weekly public affairs program ABC Scope, and was associated with numerous award-winning news specials. He was named an executive producer with the ABC News documentary unit in 1967, and in 1971 he was chosen as executive producer and writer of the Peabody Award– winning children's series, Make a Wish. Cooper's other credits at ABC include Hemingway's Spain: A Love Affair (1968); The Right to Live, a study of Medicare and Medicaid; Can You Hear Me?, the story of the special problems encountered by a child born deaf; Heart Attack; View From the White House, featuring Lady Bird Johnson; and the children's series Animals Animals Animals. Cooper retired from ABC in 1984, the year before his death. He was survived by his wife, Audrey; son, Matthew; and daughters, Kim and Elizabeth. Cooper, Lester Irving (I6299)
6 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F8949
7 Carl Dietrich Lynn, 59, of Belcher Road, a former teacher at Daytona Beach Baptist School, died Wednesday at home.

Mr. Lynn was born in La Follette, Tenn., and was a Daytona Beach resident from 1971 to 1991.

He was the founder of All-Florida Plumbing and Electrical Supply of Daytona Beach and Reach Out Fellowship Inc.

He earned his master and doctorate degrees from Bethany Theological Seminary, Dothan, Ala.

Survivors include his wife of 34 years, Nancy; two sons, Christopher, Boston, and Casey, Greenville, S.C.; his parents, Morton and Verna Lynn, Albany, N.Y.; a brother, the Rev. Jerry Lynn, Albany; and a grandchild.
Lynn, Rev Carl Dietrich (I9750)
8 Consuelo Kitzes dead at 70. Kitzes became first Hispanic woman in Senate The Associated Press Consuelo Kitzes the first Hispanic woman to serve in the New Mexico Senate and the sister of a former state representative died Monday She was 70 Kitzes died from cancer at an Albuquerque nursing home said her brother former Rep Roman Jaramillo Jr of Santa Fe A Mass is scheduled for 10 today at St Francis Cathedral in Santa Fe Kitzes was appointed to the Senate in 1972 by Bruce King after she defeat ed the Santa Fe incumbent Edmundo Delgado in the Democratic primary election that Delgado resigned from the Senate after his defeat to take a position with the New Mexico Bicentennial Com mission Kitzes was elected in the 1972 general election Kitzes whose maiden name was Jaramillo married Mark Burrell and used his last name in 1975 until she was defeated in the 1976 Democratic prima ry by Kings brother Don King who was subsequently elected to the Senate She later moved to Albuquerque During her tenure in the Senate Kitzes served on the Conservation Public Affairs and Rules committees She also served on the inter im Health and Aging Study and University Study commit tees according to Legislative Council Service records Roman Jaramillo Jr was a member of the New Mexico House of Representatives from 1947 to 1952 represent ing Rio Arriba County from his home at the time in El Rito Kitzes was the third woman to serve in the Senate Louise Coe a Carrizozo Democrat was a senator from 1925 to 1940 Edith Vesely a Silver City Democrat served from 1965 to 1970

Parents: Roman Jaramillo & Elvira Gonzales 
Jaramillo, Consuelo Ramona (I11621)
9 Evelyn Pearson, 87, died February 16, 2002 at the Morrison Nursing Home. Mrs. Pearson was born in Albany, NY and was a lifelong Albany resident, moving to the Morrison Nursing Home in Whitefield, NH in 2000. She attended Albany Public Schools and was a graduate of Albany Business College. She worked at Standard Furniture in Albany for over 30 years, retiring in 1976 as the credit manager. She lived at the Towers of Colonie for 30 years before moving to New Hampshire to be closer to her children. Mrs. Pearson was a member of Temple Israel, Hadassah and Senior Hadassah, The Silver Streakers of the Colonie Senior Center and RSVP. She enjoyed bowling, bocce, knitting but most of all, her family. She was the beloved wife of Hy for 40 years before his death in 1986. Loving mother of Robert (Kimberly) of Bethlehem, NH and Ralph of Central Falls, RI; grandmother of Nathaniel; sister of Florence Katz and Shirley Auerbach, both of Albany and the late Yvette Benson. Several nieces and nephews also survive her. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, 12:00 noon at the Tebbutt Funeral Home, 633 Central Avenue, Albany. Interment will follow in the Temple Israel Cemetery, Guilderland. Hyman, Evelyn Leah (I6428)
10 Helen Louise Bonnie, 91, of Upper Arlington, passed away on Friday morning, August 16, 2019, at her home. She was the beloved matriarch of the Bonnie family.

Born on June 5, 1928 to Sabinus and Irene Lindsey; Helen was a proud 1946 graduate of Grandview High School - Go Bobcats! - where she played basketball and was a cheerleader. She attended the Ohio State University, studied social work and was a member of the fencing team.

She met David McKay Bonnie (OSU football fullback from North High School) on the steps of Derby Hall (a yellow dress and sweet cherries sealed the deal). They were married in December of 1948.

Helen was office manager for Bonnie Built Homes until retirement while raising four children. She was a long time, involved member of the Columbus Free Methodist Church. Helen cherished her many friendships - her Grandview gang, her northwest UA group, her sweet church group.

Helen never met a stranger - our friends were her friends - she had the gift of hospitality, that wonderful ability to make anyone feel that they were a valued part of her "family." She was funny, and ornery, a woman with a strong, unwavering faith in God and His Son. We have been blessed to call her mom, to be mentored by her love.

Helen is survived by her best friend, Ross Love, and her children:

Linda (Barry) Bonnie Jackson, Sharon Bonnie Judah;

Rebekah (William) Bonnie Gramann, David (Sara) Bonnie

Her grandchildren and great grandchildren:

April (Foster) Jackson Cotthoff, Jackson, Samuel and Evelyn

Justin (Jennifer) Jackson, Ella and River

Whitney (Andrew) Jackson Barchus, Jonathan, June and Jonas

Heather (Daniel) Judah Wood, Judah, Lily and Ethan

Hillary (Graham) Judah Rouse, Lennox, Hadley and Paxton

Holly Judah

Lyndsay David Alsbach

Meredith (John) Gramann Haley

Aaron (Callie) Gramann, Landon and Aurora

Jack Gramann

David (Kate) Bonnie III

Dylan (Marissa) Bonnie

Helen is preceded in death by her husband, David, and her son-in-law, Steve Judah.

We want to extend our heartfelt thanks to the Hospice team from Ohio Health - Betsy and her team generously extended themselves to answer each question, meet every need we encountered during the past year. We are so grateful.

In order to accommodate all of her wonderful grandchildren and great grandchildren, a service to celebrate Helen's life will be held Friday, November 29, 2019, at 4:00 pm, at Upper Arlington Lutheran Church Lytham Road Campus, Mr. Joe Valentino presiding. Contributions to Orphans Promise (, may be made in her honor. 
Lindsey, Helen Louise (I2937)
11 Israel was the family Patriach [in addition to being President of t he SA Fed for many years, he was politically active in the Herut Party a nd Mayor of Kfar Shamariahu for many years]. Minnie the family Matriac h, never allowing family freibles [squabbles Dunsky, Israel (I5502)
12 KASKEL - Mildred
73 of Miami Beach, FL died April 3, 1994. Star of David Memorial Chapel, N. Lauderdale.* 
Koven, Mildred (I15408)
13 Mentioned by Willard Scott on Today Show in 2013 Jacobson, Lillyan (I205)
14 Nancy Pearson Rosenberg, age 62, of Queen Elizabeth Court in Chester, Maryland, died Monday in Annapolis, MD. She was born in Schenectady, NY and has resided in Chester, MD for many years and lived in Bowie, MD prior to that. She was a homemaker. She is survived by three daughters, Jan Kilber of Arnold, MD, Susan Masters of Bowie, MD and Lynn Rosenberg of Frederick, MD; a son, Steven Rosenberg of Laurel, MD; also survived by seven grandchildren. Services at the Gates of Heaven Cemetery, Watt Street, Schenectady Pearson, Nancy (I6422)
15 Norton K. Brown (Bud), born Oct. 22, 1933, in Seville, Ohio. Survived by his best friend of 23 years, traveling companion and best sailing mate, Dr. Donna M. DiJinio DDS; his twin brother, Mike, of Toronto, Canada; his grandson, Cody, of Palm... Brown, Norton K. (I18954)
16 Thelrna (Dombrower) Churchill HOUSTON - Thelma Churchill, 90, passed away April 16,1999, at her daughter's home in Saline, Michigan. Thelma was born August 28, 1908, in Beaumont, Texas. She grew up at St. Mary's Orphanage in Galveston. She married Charles William Churchill, July 29,1944, in Galveston. She is preceded in death by her husband, two sisters, Vera (Earl) Comeaux and Josephine (Edmund) Fort, and one brother, Robert Dombrower. She is survived by two daughters, Sarah (Jon) Gilbert of Saline, Michigan and Miss Kitty Churchill of Houston; three grandchildren; five great-grandchildren, and numerous nieces and nephews. Pallbearers will be Jon Gilbert Jr., Charles Gilbert, Ken Kasper, Aaron Fort, Evan Fort, and Larry Bauske. Dombrower, Florence Thelma (I15990)
17 !BIRTH: 1900 Fed Census Manhattan, New York. E.D. 356 p. 9 line 5.
FHL Film #1241099 gives name as Lillian Herrmann, born Aug 1883, age 6.
Born in New York to Gotfried and Hannah Herrmann. Est. birth year from
marriage cert: 1883.

!MARRIAGE: Certificate and record of marriage, Borough of Manhattan, NYC
#18304, FHL Film #1558493. Residence 279 East 7th Street, NYC, age
22 yrs, first marriage. Parents: Gottfried Herrmann, Hanna Westheimer.
Married by Dr Jacob Mo----el, Rabbi of Anshes Chosed (? sp). 
Herrmann, Lillian (I8847)
18 !BIRTH: Date from 1900 Fed Census of New York--Manhattan Boroush,
E.D. 356, Sheet 9, Line 53 FHL Film #1241099 gives name Gotfried Herrmann
born Jan 1855 in Germany.
Nephew, Herman Jacobs, listed names of his mother's parents and
siblings. Grandniece, Freda Lippel Fried also gave his name as a brother to Sarah and son of Marx Herrmann.
Marriage certificate from City of New York gives age at next birthday
28 (Apr 1882) and name Gottfried Herrman. Place of birth Germany.
Computed birth year 1854/1855.

!MARRIAGE: to Hanah Westheimer, 20 April 19882. Manhattan Borough, New York Certificate #11824. Gottfried Herrman residence No 642 5th St New York City. Place of birth Germany, Parents Marc or Marx Herrman and Leah We il, occupation Merchant. First marriage. signed name Gottfred Herman. witnesses Bernhard Dettebach and M. Steinfeld. Officiated by (Ben/Ren) H. Wassermann, Cong Benee Solem.

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Jun 1900 Gotfried Herrmann head 45 19 28 Germany Jan 1855

!BIRTH: Birth recorded as Gottfried Mahrum (patronymic surname) in Gail ingen, Baden, Germany, Jewish synagogue records. The surname Herrmann fir st occurs on death record of the father Marx Mahrum Herrmann. Patronym ic useage in Europe stopped in the 1850's.
Early research finds (prior to Dec. 2002): 1900 Fed Census of New Yor k--Manhattan Borough, E.D. 356, Sheet 9, Line 53 FHL Film #1241099 giv es name Gotfried (sic) Herrmann born Jan 1855 in Germany as were his unnam ed parents. Nephew, Herman Jacobs, listed names of his mother's paren ts and siblings. Grandniece, Freda Lippel Fried also stated Gottfried Her rmann was a brother to Sarah (Herrmann) Jacobs and a son of Marx Herrman n. Marriage certificate from Department of Health New York City gives a ge at next birthday 28 (Apr 1882) and name Gottfried Herrman. Place of b irth Germany. Computed birth year 1854/1855.

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Fed. 1900 New York New York Manhattan 193 Lewis St -

#Child. YR YR
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3 (3) 1872 NA Bottle dealer 194 386 9 53 1241099

Individual ordinances: The OI/IGI will show worked performed for Gottfr ied Herrmann born Jan 1855 in Baden, Germany. 
Herrmann, Gottfried (I8843)
19 !BIRTH: Estimated birth year from marriage certificate, 1882. Name given
Heyman Rees, age 23 yrs, birthplace: Kowno Russia, parents Barrett Rees and Minnie Bass (Misread early on as Baff). Shown in New York State 1905 census as Herman Rice. Trow's City Directories for 1904/1905 and 1906/ 1907 give his name as Herman Rees. His death record gives his father's name as Berl Rees. A daughter of Hyman and wife #2, Annie Rees Roth of Montreal, Canada, says his mother's name was Minnie Zelicovitz.

!MARRIAGE: Certificate and Record of Marriage, State of New York, #18304,
FHL Film #1558493. Gives age 23 years, birthplace Kowno, Russia, Parents
Barrett Rees and Minnie Baff, first marriage, residence 77 Ave D. Married
by Dr Jacob Ma----el, Rabbi of Anshe Chosed. 124 East 113th St. Manhattan. 
Rees, Hyman (I9501)
20 "China" Kestenbaum Kestenbaum, Harry (I11525)
21 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Feinstein, Ann Nancy (I20898)
22 "Great Grandson" of Zeev Wolf according to Rose Richman

To Starkonstantinov abt 1842 
Kitzes, Chaim Nachman (I10687)
23 "Husband of Emma" -- must have remarried.

10 grandchildren 
Cutler, Samuel (I21159)
24 "minister" on immigration records

Parents: Isaak & Adelheih Hohbach 
Hahn, Leo (I15082)
25 "Salamon Monspher" Menchel, Samuel (I1585)
26 "Seisel" vs "Siesel" on tombstone Dreyfus, Harry Seisel (I20921)
27 "suirviving are ten brothers and three sisters" Birnkrant, Saul Joshua (I14895)
28 (nee Blaushild) beloved wife of the late George S. Friedman. Loving mother of Martin (Sandy Livingston) Friedman, Julie ( Charles Basham) Friedman, Paul (Miriam Price) Friedman, and Ben (Jody Friedlander) Friedman. Devoted grandmother of Katherine, Alexander, Alana, Joshua, Sarah and Matthew. Dear sister of the late Dorothy Miller. Interment Mt. Olive Cemetery.

Sally Mae Friedman (nee Blaushild) of Lyndhurst died June 10, 2017. She was 86.

Sally was born on Feb. 6, 1931, in Cleveland to Bennie and Bertha Blaushild. Sally grew up in Shaker Heights and graduated from The Lear School in Miami. She attended the University of Miami. Sally was a founding member of Brith Emeth Congregation and a member of the Brith Emeth sisterhood. She taught her children and grandchildren a love of books and desserts. She taught her grandchildren that it was respectable, even necessary sometimes to have dessert for breakfast. She was known for her quick wit, intelligence and devotion to her family. She was a lifelong member of the Blaushild Family Club.

Sally was the loving wife of 63 years to the late George Friedman; beloved mother of Martin (Sandy Livingston) Friedman, Julie (Charles Basham) Friedman, Paul (Miriam Price) Friedman and Ben (Jody Friedlander) Friedman; proud grandmother of Katherine, Alexander, Alana, Joshua, Sarah and Matthew; and dear sister of the late Dorothy Miller.

Burial was at Mount Olive Cemetery. 
Blaushild, Sally Mae (I4708)
29 (Research):Chaskel, son of Vol & Chaya linked to Chaskel father of Malka by speculation based on dates and location. Malka has a daughter born in Starokonstantinov. Kitsis, Chaskel (I6087)
30 (Research):Hersh, husband of Silvia merged with Gershko, son of Chaim Nachman based on birthdate, location, and son Yeshia probably being named after grandfather Shaya. Kitzes, Hersh Tsvi (I3)
31 (Research):Link between Bessie Kitzis Lopatin and Basya Kitsis, daughter od Chaim is speculation based on name similarity and location. Kitzis, Bessie (I18294)
32 (Research):Melvin Kitzes was born on June 1, 1939 and passed away on August 28, 2020 and is under the care of IJ Morris at Star of David of the Palm Beaches.
Graveside Service will be held on August 30, 2020 at 9:00 am at IJ Morris at Star of David of the Palm Beaches, 9321 Memorial Park Road, West Palm Beach, FL.

They were preceded in death by Israel Kitzes (Father), Esther (nee Mondshein) Kitzes (Mother). They are survived by Phyllis Kitzes (Wife). 
Kitzes, Melvin (I10628)
33 (Research):Mrs. Miriam S. Levy died suddenly at her home, 370 Palmerston Boulevard, on July 27. Mrs. Levy was one of the first members of the Ladies Aid Society, organized in 1910 for the relief of the needy; assisted in the organization of the Hebrew Weston Sanitarium; was a pioneer member of the Mizrachi and active in it since its inception; a member of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Mount Sinai Hosnitrl: of the Central Chapter of Hadassah since its fo mation; one of the earliest members of th? Hebrew Maternity Aid Society; and, until recently, active in the Talmud Torah; was one of the founders of the Toronto Jewish Old Folks Home, and worked toward the new Home, which is now being built, and was a member of the board of directors, for several decades being its honour-ary treasurer; and was a member of the Hebrew Men of England Congregation. She was noted for her sound judgment and keen wit. She is survived by: her husband, Rabbi M. H. Levy; her sons, Jules and Nat., of New York; daughters, Mrs. Louis Goldfine (Ida); Mrs. H. B. Miller JSarah); and Mrs. Harry Shiller (Anne), all of Montreal, Quebec; Mrs. Morris J. Weiss (Lottie); and Mrs. Louis James (Belle), both of Toronto; her grandchildren, Mrs. Samuel CAU -JAjuiafce^. Goldfine): Mjrs. Benjamin Louis (Anabel Miller), Alvyn Shi'.ler, and Miss Joyce Shiller, all of Montreal; Rabbi Marvin Goldfine, Mrs. Lester Cooper (Audrey Levy); Jimmy Levy, Mrs. George Pager (Enid Levy); and Miss Phyllis Levy, all of New York; Mrs. Jack Gottheil (Hadassah Goldfine), of Cleveland, Ohio; Mrs. Harry Weiner (Shirley Arlene Weiss), Misses Barbara and June Weiss, and Philip James, all of Toronto; and four greatgrandchildren. Sereisky, Mary (I6220)
34 (Research):On Sept. 8, 1975, Cass was driving between Montreal and Toronto. Also in the
car were his wife, Annabel, their 26-year-old son Ely and his wife's aunt,
Lottie Weiss. A mile west of the Ontario- Quebec border, there was a collision
with a large truck. All four in the car were killed instantly. 
Cass, Rabbi Samuel (I3106)
35 (Research):On Sept. 8, 1975, Cass was driving between Montreal and Toronto. Also in the
car were his wife, Annabel, their 26-year-old son Ely and his wife's aunt,
Lottie Weiss. A mile west of the Ontario- Quebec border, there was a collision
with a large truck. All four in the car were killed instantly. 
Levy, Charlotte (I6128)
36 (Research):On Sept. 8, 1975, Cass was driving between Montreal and Toronto. Also in the
car were his wife, Annabel, their 26-year-old son Ely and his wife's aunt,
Lottie Weiss. A mile west of the Ontario- Quebec border, there was a collision
with a large truck. All four in the car were killed instantly. 
Goldfine, Annabelle (I6307)
37 (Research):Parents: Salomon & Rebecca Beitely, Israel Untermann (I9859)
38 (Research):Relationship inferred from location and naming conventions Kitzes, Chaim (I27259)
39 (Research):See attached sources. Sax, James (I8413)
40 (Research):The connection between Meir Shloimah (aka Sam Schlym), son of Chaim and Meir, son of Chaim Nachman (ben Shaya) is speculation. Based on location, dates, the uncommon name Shaya, and two of the sons of Meir Shloima (Louis & Israel) matching fairy closely with two known sons of Meir (Leibish and Srul). Kitzes, Meier Shloimah (I10685)
41 ------ From Source Attached To: Birth ------
"1907" Harriet Klein - Nov. 2001 family tree.
Weinstein, Ada (I761)
42 ------ From Source Attached To: Birth ------
12/2000: Joseph used 15 Sept. 1916 until he saw his 1926 birth registration stating 1 Sept. 1916. Drouin Film 1118, 1926, page 22.
Mittleman, Joseph (I4439)
43 ------ From Source Attached To: Birth ------
1925, B'nai Jacob Synagogue.
Pearson, Stanley Arthur (I863)
44 ------ From Source Attached To: Birth ------
1926, P.10 Beth Hamedrash Hagadol Synagogue.
Efros, Fred (I1582)
45 ------ From Source Attached To: Birth ------
1926, P.11 Beth Hamedrash Hagadol Synagogue.
Efros, Bessie Sora Basha (I1193)
46 ------ From Source Attached To: Birth ------
1926, Pg. 11 Beth Hamedrash Hagadoldate of birth [verify - could be 1926[.
Efros, Lillian Mindel Laya (I199)
47 ------ From Source Attached To: Birth ------
1928, Folio 8, Shomrim Laboker Synagogue.
Pearson, Julian Lawrence (I85)
48 ------ From Source Attached To: Birth ------
1935, Folio 17: late registration together with Morrie and Reta, Shaare Tefillah Synagogue.
Pearson, Philip Folik (I556)
49 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Pearson, Menda Lee (I3425)
50 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Pearson, James Harvey (I3240)

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