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151 4 grandchildren Gellis, Benjamin (I19421)
 
152 4 grandchildren, 1 Great grandchild Granite, Celia (I15847)
 
153 4 grandchildren, 1 great grandchild mentioned in obituary Balaban, Charlotte (I290)
 
154 4 yrs older than brother Max, acc. to Sue, her daughter. Zenn, Rosalie Berneice (I15283)
 
155 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Shor, Daniel Kalman (I16483)
 
156 5 children, 8 grandchildren, 15 GGchildren [Wolf], Elsie Loraine (I24708)
 
157 5 grandchildren Schloss, William Henry (I8265)
 
158 5 grandchildren, 1 GGC Golden, Meyer (I19417)
 
159 5 grandchildren, 4 great grandchildren

Body donated to science 
Freiberg, Bertha Louise (I19025)
 
160 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Shor, Deborah Lee (I16482)
 
161 6 children Hermanson, Annie (I18776)
 
162 6 grandchildren in Obit. Zimbel, Murray Charles (I10758)
 
163 6 grandchildren, 6 great grandchildren

GRANITE, ESTHER ARESTY, passed away on February 16, 2007 at age 90. Predeceased by her husband, Arthur. She is survived by her loving son, Dr. James R. (Betsy) Granite; grandchildren, Dr. Jennifer (David) Matunis, Adam (Alexis) Granite; great grandchildren, Jillian and Noah Matunis, Jemma Granite; sister, Ann Camhi and brothers, Maurice, Joseph and Jerome Aresty. Graveside Services were held in Rochester N.Y. The family will receive friends at the home of Dr. James R. Granite 
Aresty, Esther (I18790)
 
164 6 granddaughters , 1 grandson Addams, John Willis (I24589)
 
165 6 siblings Green, Samuel (I3952)
 
166 6 sons, 4 daughters
The family register of the Registry Office
Oedheim identifies Anna as the first child of Oedheimer tradesman Raphael Mannheim
(* 09.25.1844 +03.12.1914) and its coming from Ernsbach wife Adelheid nee
Oppenheimer (* 18.06.1853 +08.05.1910).
Raphael and Adelheid Mannheim had ten children - six sons and four daughters.
Three children died before reaching the age of 2. A boy died at the age of 10 years 
Mannheimer, Raphael (I16792)
 
167 7 children Aleksandrov, [Daughter] (I19160)
 
168 7 children Brendler, Fannie (I23928)
 
169 7 children, 13 grandchildren, 10 GGchildren Wolf, Stanley Sherwin (I14665)
 
170 7 children, 6 living 1900
7 children, 5 living 1910

Parents: Herman Wurzberg & Clara Bittman
 
Wurzburg, Hannah (I16948)
 
171 7 grandchildren, 1 great grandchild Schrager, Phillip (I3154)
 
172 708 w 177th, NYC in1973 Rabinowitz, Ralph (I1574)
 
173 8 children, 2 living in 1910 Stern, Jenine G. (I12060)
 
174 8 grandchildren
 
Wollstein, Leo Arnold (I20693)
 
175 8 grandchildren Kovinsky, Lena (I14636)
 
176 8 grandchildren Wollstein, Richmond Sello (I20562)
 
177 8 grandchildren, 20 g-grandchildren in 1962 Purisch, Fanie (I1553)
 
178 8 grandchildren, 7 GGC Levin, Bertha (I13919)
 
179 842 Kelly st, bronx in 1926 Weinstein, Morris (I18758)
 
180 9 children Marx, Hayum (I7512)
 
181 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Dunsky, Dr. Joel Leonard (I21170)
 
182 9 great grandchildren Dobin, Jessy (I19927)
 
183 9 great grandchildren Mansbach, Brunhilda (I23553)
 
184 9 siblings Harlan, George Michael Alpheus (I3805)
 
185 9/6/1920 immigration record shows daughters Tima, 18 and Grunno, 21 with b rother Tika, 15 coming to visit Louis Doll in Cincinnati, with sister Ja na Rochel left behind in Sopotskin. Doll, Louis (I137)
 
186 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Kitsis, Vladimir (I12933)
 
187 90th birthday announcement
in Tryon Nursing Home, Kitzingen

Ilse & Karl Rossman
Lucy & Herman Kahn
Judy & Steve Florsheim
Valerie
Barry Kahn

Obituary
Herman & Lucy Kahn (Rossman)
Karl & Ilse Rossman (geb Wirth)
Steven & Judy Florsheim & Valerie
Barry & Sandy Kahn
SIegfried & Jenny Stein
Lina Frank 
Stein, Herminia Sara (I21762)
 
188 91, went home to be with her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, on March 21, 2011. Daughter of the late Carl D. and Louise Lunstedt, and sister of the late Carl A. Lunstedt, she was born in Pough-keepsie, N.Y. on April 24, 1919. She graduated from Lansing-burgh High School and Troy Business College. She was employed by the Ruben H. Donnelley Corporation in sales and later became office manager for the law firm of Lynn and Proskin. Verna was co-founder and spiritual mother of the Reach Out Fellowship Church and the Reach Out Fellowship Bible Institute in Albany (Colonie), as well as the Reach Out Fellowship Evangelistic Association in Spartanburg, S.C. She was instrumental in the establishing of a number of churches and Christian ministries. Verna was active in civic and Christian organizations in the Albany area, including the First Church of Christ Scientist, Albany, Camp Opportunities and Reach Out Fellowship. Her greatest calling was to minister the love and counsel of Jesus Christ to so many individuals. An Albany resident for over 60 years, she is survived by two daughters, Diana Honet of Franklin, Mich., and Susan Ansley of Oakland, Calif.; by one son, Rev. Dr. Jerry Lynn of Albany, and by six grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband, Rev. Hon. Morton M.Z. Lynn, and her son, Rev. Dr. Carl (Casey) Lynn. Lunstedt, Verna (I9749)
 
189 Find A Grave. Find A Grave. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/f g.cgi. Source (S2068)
 
190 A Biographical Dictionary of Canadian Jewry, 1897-1909 from The Canadian J ewish Times PART I - Topical Entries Engagements and Marriages [Edit ed by Lawrence Tapper, Ottawa)

PHILLIPS, Harris, of Albany, N.Y., and Miss Rose Pearson, eldest daught er of Mr. and Mrs. H. Pearson, of Montreal, were married by Rabbi H. Abram owitz, assisted by Rev. M. Kaplansky, of Albany, on Tues. Jan. 16, 190 8, in the Metropolitan Hall, Montreal. Miss Rose Sperber, the bride's cous in was the maid of honor. Marcus Sperber acted as best man. The couple wi ll reside in Albany, N.Y.
[The Canadian Jewish Times, vol. 11, no. 5 [24 Jan. 1908])
 
Pearson, Rose (I688)
 
191 A Biographical Dictionary of Canadian Jewry, 1897-1909 from The Canadian Jewish Times
PART I - Topical Entries Engagements and Marriages

PHILLIPS, Harris, of Albany, N.Y., and Miss Rose Pearson, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Pearson, of Montreal, were married by Rabbi H. Abramowitz, assisted by Rev. M. Kaplansky, of Albany, on Tues. Jan. 16, 1908, in the Metropolitan Hall, Montreal. Miss Rose Sperber, the bride's cousin was the maid of honor. Marcus Sperber acted as best man. The couple will reside in Albany, N.Y.

(The Canadian Jewish Times, vol. 11, no. 5 [24 Jan. 1908]) 
Family F405
 
192 A celebration of life gathering will be at 2 p.m. Saturday, April 15, 2000, in Mount Bachelor Village Convention Center in Bend for James R. Mann, who died April 9 of a heart attack at age 79.

Mr. Mann was born Dec. 12, 1920, in Santa Maria, Calif. He grew up in Oregon and Washington. During World War II, he served in the U.S. Army in the 10th Mountain Division. He received a bachelor's degree from the University of Washington and a master's degree from Columbia University in New York. He was executive director for Lincoln Child Center in Oakland, Calif., for 25 years. He then worked as a consultant for the Child Welfare League of America until his retirement in 1980, whenhe moved to Bend. Last July he moved to Portland into a retirement community. In 1946, he married Martha Getzendaner.

Survivors include his wife; daughters, Barbara Morkill, Kathy Feinmann and Alegra Dashielle; and four grandchildren. 
Mann, James Ralph (I16957)
 
193 A longtime Columbus Symphony Orchestra supporter and tireless community volunteer died yesterday.

Alice Bentley, 87, of 485 S. Parkview Ave., died at Wexner Heritage House.

Bentley was named an honorary trustee for life of the orchestra, for which she served as president from 1960 to 1961 and chairman of the board of trustees from 1961 to 1963. She conceived the "Night on Downtown," a gala event that raised thousands of dollars for the orchestra.

The lifelong Columbus resident also was involved with the American Symphony Orchestra League. In 1962, she was a founder of the league's Women's Council.

Bentley also was named an honorary life member of the Columbus Cancer Clinic, for which she served as president of the board of directors from 1977 to 1979.

Over a 10-year period beginning in 1981, Bentley served as the appointment secretary for former U.S. Rep. Chalmers P. Wylie.

In 1967, Bentley founded the women's board of the Columbus Museum of Art and served as its first president. She also helped organize the Arts Council of Columbus.

After being chosen the recipient of a Distinguished Service Award sponsored by the Columbus School for Girls in 1975, Bentley was asked why she spent endless hours volunteering in her community.

"It's just an inherent feeling that you do something for your community. When you love it, and live here . . . it's a way of saying thank you," she said.

She was a graduate of East High School and Ohio State University.

She is survived by her daughter, Barbara B. Weiner of Pittsburgh. 
Loeb, Alice Leah (I15962)
 
194 A. is initial only -- no middle name Loeb, Sidney A. (I8287)
 
195 AARVIG, PETER DRU, 46, of Louisville, passed away Tuesday, December 18 , 2007 and left behind a loving wife, Lisa Hirsch-Aarvig, and an 11-month-old son, Ethan. Pete was the manager/ bartender for 16 years at Baxter Station Restaurant off Bardstown Road. He also was president and owner of Aardvark Park Computer Services, a local computer consulting company. In his spare time, Pete volunteered at J.B. Atkinson Elementary School and served as a mentor, confidant and friend to one particular young student there for eight years. He graduated from Central High School in 1981 and attended the University of Louisville. He was preceded in death by his parents, Lillian and Ronald Aarvig. Survivors include his wife and son; siblings, Becky Gray (Terry), Kris Huber (Nace), Mark Aarvig (Shelley), David Blomgren (JoAnn), Jack Aarvig, David Aarvig and Denny Aarvig; and several nieces and nephews. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/louisville/obituary.aspx?n=peter-dru-aarvig&pid=99878970&fhid=4753#sthash.Rlw7vjUn.dpuf Aarvig, Peter Dru (I17057)
 
196 Abe Sklar Rosen of Little Rock passed away March 2, 2008 at the age of 90. He was the son of the late Ida Sklar Rosen and Jacob Rosen, and was born in Greenville, Mississippi on November 12, 1917. He is survived by his spouse of 64 years, Leatrice Block Rosen; 3 sons and their spouses: Bob and Jane Rosen of Little Rock, Dr. Rich Rosen and Millie Zweir of Amherst, Massachusetts, and Dr. Ron and Nicki Rosen of Berea, Kentucky, 7 grandchildren: Sam Block Rosen and wife Melanie of New York City, Dr. Christopher Charles Rosen and wife Dr. Sarah Lueke of Fayetteville, Arkansas, James Rosen of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Richmond Rosen and wife Kim of Villa Hills, Kentucky, Alex Rosen and wife Amanda of Covington Kentucky, Sara Rosen and Lydia Rosen both of Amherst, Massachusetts, 2 great-grandchildren Benjamin of New York City and Oliver of Fayetteville, Arkansas. Rosen, Abe Sklar (I20568)
 
197 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F6469
 
198 Abraham 15 jul 1897, Russia
Pauline 6 dec 1898, Russia
Moses 4 Jun 1908, Boston

Parents: Isaac Richman & Bessie Cohn 
Richman, Lazarus (I13144)
 
199 ABRAHAM KITZIS, 82, of Belmar, formerly of Bayonne, died Thursday. Before retiring in 1968, he owned Kitzis Manufacturing Co., Bayonne. Surviving are his wife, Minnie Gott Kitzis; two daughters, Jean Stavitsky of North Bergen and Rita Nathans of Wayne; a son, Edward of Carteret; 11 grandchildren, and six great-grandchildren. Arrangements were by Wien & Wien, Jersey City, with burial in King Solomon Cemetery, Clifton Kitzis, Abraham (I10119)
 
200 ABRAMS, CLAUDE A., 80 of St. Louis, passed away peacefully on Friday, March 7, 2003; Claude is survived by his wife, Joan (Stern) Abrams; dear brother and sister-in-law Donald and Beverly Abrams, sister-in-law, Herriet Abrams Karney and Marjory Abrams; sister-in-law and brother-in-law Patsy and Bernard Rubin; children Paul and Donna (Silverman) Abrams, Lloyd Abrams and Janet Salk, Lois (Abrams) and Bruce Ring and Jane Abrams; grandchildren Alyssa and Todd Abrams, Stacey, Meredith and Kevin Abrams, Leah and Cory Ring and Jesse and Shaina Kornblum; also survived by many cousins, nephews, nieces, great-nephews and nieces; and friends who mourn his passing. He now joins his parents, David and Ethel Abrams; brothers Joseph and Edwin 'Bud' Abrams and sister Jean Landau Rothman; he was a beloved husband, father, uncle, great-uncle and trusted friend. His kindness and generosity will never be forgotten. Abrams, Claude Allen (I20868)
 

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