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101 1910 census - 1 child Kingsbacher, Caroline (I17022)
 
102 1910 census says married twice. Liss, Sarah (I10115)
 
103 1939: cousin Martin Simon, w 169th st Simon, Max (I361)
 
104 1945: George & Sivie living with Etta in Florida Guttenberg, Sivie (I15613)
 
105 1950 in Tel Aviv Beitely, Nava (I9860)
 
106 1960 remarriage may have been to provide documentation for 1961 naturalization. Family F1359
 
107 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Gorman, Harold Andrew (I8634)
 
108 1st cousin of spouse Rund, Celia (I6565)
 
109 1st husband ?? Berman
 
Wasserman, Isabelle (I6638)
 
110 1st husband Milton Sandberg Elman, Rhoda (I21337)
 
111 1st mariage John Taylor Wiseman
2nd Marriage Joseph Dombrower
3rd marriage Edward McMahon 
Shepard, Mary Lee (I15992)
 
112 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. 
Wheeler, Reba (I16961)
 
113 1st marriage to Sylvia Schwartz

Kaskel, David, of Miami Beach. Services 11:15 a.m. today, Star of David Tamarac Cemetery. Levitt-Weinstein Blasberg Funeral Home. 
Kaskel, David (I15410)
 
114 1st wife (also) Suzanne Roussille, Leon Roger (I17518)
 
115 1st wife Sophie died 6 dec 1933, Bronx
Son Alfred 
Kreisle, Max (I17474)
 
116 1st Wife: Elise
Parents: Hermann & Cecile 
Marx, Kurt Joseph (I134)
 
117 1st wife: Lia Cherow, Jacob (I1346)
 
118 2 children at time of divorce

AU CLAIRE -- Florence Hannah Wagner, 88, of 7654 E. Main St., died Monday in her home of natural causes. Survivors include six daughters, Fran Enders of Berrien Center, Barbara Wagner of Niles, Jeanmary May of Ocala, Fla., Harriet Owens of Port Orange, Fla., Carol Stelter of Berrien Springs and Maxine Wagner of Eau Claire; two sons, Seth and Alfred, both of Eau Claire; a stepdaughter, Margaret Koenig of Indianapolis; and two brothers, Orval Clay of Gresham, Ore., and Virgil Clay of Three Rivers. 
Clay, Florence Hannah (I17978)
 
119 2 grandchildren
 
Stekloff, Isadore (I5750)
 
120 2 grandchildren Loeb, Marilyn Bronner (I8426)
 
121 2 grandchildren Wiley, Helen Usher (I8667)
 
122 2 grandchildren Brown, Rose (I18936)
 
123 2 sons & 2 daughters with first wife Babette Hochstetter (d. 1863) Dreifuss, Maier (I20366)
 
124 2nd cousin of spouse Rund, Sarah (I6569)
 
125 2nd marriage Family F1782
 
126 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F4726
 
127 2nd marriage for both Family F4418
 
128 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F7228
 
129 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F7226
 
130 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F7216
 
131 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F7230
 
132 2nd marriage to Charles Rothstein in phila, 1939 Stoffman, Minnie (I5154)
 
133 2nd marriage to David Lang Wertheim, Martha (I332)
 
134 2nd marriage to Louis Baum Coblenzer, Elsa B. (I17231)
 
135 3 grandchildren
Marianne Véron Lottman, his wife,
Aurélien Véron Lottman and Emmanuelle Bonneau, Victoire Véron Lottman, Jérémie Véron Lottman and Rikke Johansen, Jeanne and Marc Véron Johansen, his children and grandchildren,
are saddened to announce the passing of
Herbert LOTTMAN, writer , journalist, Arts and Letters officer,
on August 27, 2014, at his home, surrounded by his family.
The funeral will be held at the Montparnasse Cemetery, Edgar-Quinet Boulevard, Paris (14 th), on Tuesday, September 2, at 3:45 pm. 
Lottman, Herbert (I24628)
 
136 3 grandchildren
Obit reference apparently is to Sallie Dombrower, her sister (not daughter) 
Weis, Caroline (I15952)
 
137 3 grandchildren Balaban, Beatrice (I653)
 
138 3 grandchildren Granite, Isadore Dustin (I15852)
 
139 3 grandchildren Ketzes, Bernard (I22148)
 
140 3 grandchildren, 1 ggdaughter Silverman, Sophie (I13983)
 
141 3 grandchildren, 2 GGC Lerner, Solomon (I13982)
 
142 3 grandchildren, 7 GGC Levin, Max (I10970)
 
143 3 grandchildren, 8 GGC Kischkemann, Rose (I10969)
 
144 3C1R to Myra thru Virginia Hecht

Charles L. Pincus Jr. VIRGINIA BEACH - Charles Lowenberg Pincus Jr., 92, passed away peacefully in his home surrounded by his family July 23, 2008, in Virginia Beach. Charlie was born in Norfolk to Charles L. Pincus and Clara Goodman Pincus May 11, 1916. He was a major contributor and lifelong resident of Tidewater throughout his life. Charlie was a Boy Scout achieving the rank of Eagle Scout, camp counselor and lifeguard in his youth. He graduated from Maury High School and briefly attended The College of William and Mary before entering the U.S. Army during World War II. He bravely served his country in the Army Corp of Engineers and retired as a lieutenant colonel. Upon retiring from the military, Charlie founded C.L. Pincus Jr. and Co. Inc. in 1948 and quickly became one of the largest utility and building contractors in the Tidewater area. His work extended from the Virginia Beach area to the Northern Neck. Throughout his career, Charlie maintained a reputation as a quality builder and expert in the construction industry. Until only recently, Charlie maintained his presence in the company which will continue to be operated by his wife Jane and son Stephen. Charlie will be remembered for his dedication to his family, work and his customers many of whom became friends. Charlie also enjoyed golf, boating and spending time with his family and friends. He will be deeply missed by all. Charlie was predeceased by his sister, Eleanor D. Karpe of Chevy Chase, Md. To cherish his memory he leaves behind his loving wife of 39 years, Jane F. Pincus; his daughters, Nancy P. Pasqualino and her husband Renato, Jeanne P. Shermerhorn and her husband Gary and Teri L. Pincus; sons, Charles L. Pincus III and his wife Cindy, Stephen M. Pincus and Arthur H. Bond and his wife Gail, all of Virginia Beach. He also had six grandchildren he affectionately loved, Barbara, Mary, Dale, Lillian, Jacob and Tucker; as well as two great-grandchildren, Thomas and Ava. Other family members include his niece Eleanor K. Shutak of Rockville, Md., and nephew, Richard D. Karpe of Las Lunas, N.M. 
Pincus, Charles Lowenberg Jr. (I6944)
 
145 3rd marriage for William
Prior marriage to Ethel Fern Burton, 16 apr 1933 
Family F555
 
146 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Shor, Shaul David (I16484)
 
147 4 children Elefant, [Wife of Yehudah] (I19163)
 
148 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Dagan, Eldod (I21576)
 
149 4 gc, 3 ggc Arost, Fannie (I5193)
 
150 4 grandchildren Brown, Clara T. (I18960)
 

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