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2501 Parents: Moses & Amalie Aron Straus
2502 Mrs. Mark Haseltine Mrs. Mark Haseltine, 84, a former resident of Kokomo, died Monday in a hospital-in New York City. She had been a patient there for several weeks as the result of a broken hip and complications. Her maiden name was Florence Strauss and she was born in Valparaiso, Ind. When she was five years old, her parents moved to Kokomo, and her marriage to Mark Haseltine, a Kokomo jeweler, took place here. For many years Mrs. Haseltine was employed at the William H. Turner Co. store as a saleswoman. She moved to New York City about 10 years ago to be near her son, Mark Jr., who survives. Memorial services will be held Wednesday in Shaaray Tefila Temple, New York. Florence May Straus
2503 Obit in NYT Gustave Straus
2504 from Sontheim? Mantli Straus
2505 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Melville Straus
2506 See attached sources. Abraham Strauss
2507 served in Franco-Prussian War Abraham Strauss
2508 1900 census - also, niece Rebecca, jun 1887,Mich, England,Germany Abraham S. Strauss
2509 going to son Louis in Colville, Washington Adolf Strauss
2510 First of siblings to arrive in America. Albert Strauss
2511 Services for Dr. Alfred A. Strauss, 90, a founder of Weiss Memorial Hospital in 1953 and a practicing surgeon in Chicago for 60 years, were held yesterday in Palm Springs, Cal. Dr. Strauss, who lived at 1540 N. Lake Shore Dr., died Thursday in his winter home in Palm Springs. He had been the senior surgeon in Michael Reese and Mount Sinai Hospitals and founded the old Franklin Boulevard Hospital. He was noted for his cancer research and for pioneering several operations in internal medicine. He had been awarded the distinguished service award of the American Society of Abdominal Surgeons and was an honorary president of the Weiss Hospital board. Survivors include his widow, Hilda; a daughter, Mrs. Marjorie Friedlander; a grandchild; four brothers; and two sisters.

Dr. Alfred A. Strauss, beloved husband of Hilda, nee Grunsfeld; father of Margery [Paul] Friedlander; loving brother of Louis, Lee, Siegfried, Norman, Mrs. Betty Dreifus, and Mrs. Bertha Dannheiser; grandfather of Paul Jr., and John. Funeral services were held April 2, In Palm Springs, Cal. Memorial services will be held in Chicago at a later date. I 
Dr. Alfred Adolf Strauss
2512 Travelled with Cousin Albert Strauss Dr. Alfred Adolf Strauss
2513 Beatrice Julia"Bee" Van Dusen, 81, a resident of Albuquerque since 1993, died Wednesday, March 8, 2000. She is survived by her husband, Roy R. Van Dusen Jr.; a brother, Leonard Strauss of Chicopee, Mass.; and two nieces and a nephew, including Susan Collins of Albuquerque. She was preceded in death by son, Lt. Roy R. Van Dusen III. Bee was born in New York City and grew up in White Plains, New York, where she graduated from high school in 1937. In World War II, she served in the Women's Army Corps at Ft. Benning, Georgia, where she was married in 1945. She traveled widely with her Army officer husband, living in Taiwan, Germany and Hong King. She received her Bachelor's degree from the University of Maryland when she lived in Columbia, Maryland in 1978. Beatrice Julia Strauss
2514 Still in Germany 1925 Bernhard Strauss
2515 Aunt of Lois & Norman Feinberg, Great Aunt of Barney, Robert, & Ellen.

Bertha Strauss
2516 See attached sources. Bertha Strauss
2517 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Carol Strauss
2518 going to brother Louis in Colville, Washington Caroline Strauss
2519 Mother listed as "Anna" in death cert. Caroline Strauss
2520 did not marry

had muscular dystrophy 
Carolyn Strauss
2521 Date is inconsistent with 1870 census Carrie Strauss
2522 Father: Judas Strauss
Brother: Henry 
David Strauss
2523 WEISS DORIS WEISS (nee Strauss) beloved wife of Morton. Loving mother of Bobbi (Robert) Pincus and Marjorie (Carl) Schwartz. Devoted grandmother of Elaine (Seth) Akst, Stuart (Ari) Schwartz, Irene (Eric) Smith and the late Abigail Doris Pincus. Great grandmother of Jillian, Daisy, Sarah, Jessica, Jocelyn and Elliot Doris Strauss
2524 STRAUSS, EDWIN E., 89, of Clearwater, died Thursday (Dec. 11, 1997) at Weinberg Village, Tampa. He was born in Hardheim, Germany, and came here in 1983 from Jamaica, N.Y. He worked as a contract administrator for 30 years with the Department of Defense. He was an Army veteran of World War II, served under General Patton and received the Bronze Star. He was a member of Beth Shalom Congregation of Clearwater, a board member of the National Association of Retired Federal Employees, a treasurer of Paul Surensky Post 409 Jewish War Veterans and a member of the Gulf Coast Council of Jewish War Veterans. Survivors include his wife, Irene; a daughter, Beverly Stevens, Tampa; four grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren Edwin E. Strauss
2525 going to stay with friend Carrie Schorroch, 315 Central Park, NYC Elsa Strauss
2526 NICK Elsie /Strauss/
Elsa Strauss
2527 had no children Fannie Strauss
2528 Death either 20 or 21 Feb 1934.
Buried in Cypress Hills Cemetery, contact Olga Arena as of 08 Feb 2010.
According to Martha Antine, Fanny's granddaughter, he is buried in same cemetery but in a "separated" plot. 
Frances Strauss
2529 JR says Frances/Fanny might be the one she, her sister Phyllis and cousin Karen found on Castle Garden site arriving on Silesia 2 July 1872.
JR notes that 1930 census has Germany birthplace crossed out and NY written over it. Other censuses and marriage cert. indicate otherwise. Some docs have Fannie or Fanny, some have Strauss or Straus, and she either became naturalized in 1880 or in that decade acc. to 1920 census, or was naturalized already by virtue of marriage to a naturalized citizen. 
Frances Strauss
2530 did not marry Henry Strauss
2531 family plot in Jonathan Lodge Burial Society plot Henry M. Strauss
2532 Herbert D. Strauss, senior executive officer of Grey Advertising, Inc., died of a heart attack yesterday in his apartment in St. Thomas, Virgin Islands. He was 63 years old and also had a home here.

Mr. Strauss joined Grey in 1939 as an account executive and rose to president in 1961, relinquishing that position in 1967 to become chief executive and chairman of the management committee. He was named senior executive officer in 1969.

Mr. Strauss was concerned with the development of the agency's creative staffs and its management. When he assumed the presidency, the agency was billing $52-million. When he gave up the position of chief executive officer in 1969, the agency had billings of more than $230-million.

Born in Rochester, N.Y., April 21, 1909, Mr. Strauss received a B. S. degree in economics from the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School in 1931. The next year he became advertising manager of the Riggs Optical Company, Chicago, a subsidiary of Bausch & Lomb, Inc., where he remained until he joined Grey.

A director of the American Association of Advertising Agencies and, former chairman of its New York Council, Mr. Strauss was also a director of the National Outdoor Advertising Bureau and Better Business Bureau of New York. He had served as vice chairman of Region II, Boy Scouts of America, and received the Silver Buffalo and Silver Antelope awards.

Survivors include his widow, the "former Sarann Eisner; a son, Richard, and a daughter, Barbara. 
Herbert Donald Strauss
2533 going to brother Louis in Colville, Washington Dr. Herman Alfred Strauss
2534 PLAC IL
Dr. Herman Alfred Strauss
2535 Herman Strauss, 74, passed away on Sunday January 21 at his home in Fort Myers, Florida. During his 40-year career, Mr. Strauss headed the firm of Strauss Associates, Architects. Among his more notable designs are the City County building, Friemann Square, Temple Beth Shalom and the Fort Wayne Children's Zoo, on whose board he served for many years.

His sister, Patricia Werthheimer of San Francisco, CA; four daughters: Joni (Jerry) Sweeney of Spencerville, IN; Kay Strauss and Carol (Jim) Green of Fort Wayne; Sally Smith of Carmel, IN; one son, Herman Stephen Strauss of Indianapolis IN, and six grandchildren survive Mr. Strauss. 
Herman Steiner Strauss, Jr.
2536 Parents: Harry Strauss & Leah Spector Jacob Strauss
2537 did not marry

Living with Elsa & Leo in 1930

Wounded in WWII 
Josef Strauss
2538 STRAUSS - On Saturday, August 2, Julius Strauss, in his 50th year. Relatives, friends and members of Adelphi Lodge, No. 23, F. and A. M., are Invited to attend the funeral from his late residence, 107 8th av. New York, Monday, August 4, eleven A. M. Kindly omit flowers.

NY Herald, Aug 3, 1902 
Julius Strauss
2539 going to stay with brother Albert at 607 W. 180th St., NYC Karolina Strauss
2540 PLAC NY
Karolina Strauss
2541 KAY ELLEN STRAUSS, 58, of Fort Wayne, left this world on Sunday, June 14, 2015.

Born Nov. 16, 1956, in Fort Wayne, she was a daughter of the late Herman and Alice (Oehler) Strauss.

Kay conducted her life with dignity and always added humor, wit and so much joy to the family.

Kay was a talented artist who appreciated color and beauty everywhere. Kay held three degrees of higher education and articulated beautifully in thoughtful letters, cards and artwork to family members and friends throughout her life. She was an example of the utmost courage throughout her adult battle with illnesses- never giving up. Kay gifted her family with cherished works of art: paintings and portraits lovingly made for all. She loved her nieces, nephews, great-nieces, and great-nephews.

Surviving are her siblings, Joni (Jerry) Sweeney, Carol Strauss, Sally Smith, and H. Stephen Strauss, all who loved her dearly.
Kay Ellen Strauss
2542 Brother Julius, Jul 1852
Parents: Berham & Bertha 
Lazarus Strauss
2543 going to Colville, WA Lee William Strauss
2544 Lee W. Strauss, age 93, of Seattle, WA, formerly of Chicago, beloved husband of Elsie (nee Paley); dear father of Lee J. Strauss and Marilyn Solmson; loving grandfather of three, fond brother of the late Dr. Alfred Strauss, Betty Dreifus, Bertha Dannheiser, Louis Strauss, Frieda Hirsch, Carolyn Buchsaler, Dr. Siegfried Strauss and Dr. Herman Strauss Lee William Strauss
2545 Leonard N. Strauss, 81, of Chicopee, a retied police officer for the City of Chicopee, died Wednesday in the Holyoke Hospital. Born in New York City, New York on August 18, 1922, he was the son of the late Simon and Hortense (Silverman) Strauss. Raised in New York, he was a graduate of White Plains High School and later received his degree in Criminal Justice from Springfield Technical Community College. He served with the Air Force during World War II and was the recipient of the American Campaign Medal, Good Conduct Medal, and the World War II Victory Medal. Appointed to the Chicopee Police Department as a reserve patrolman on May 10, 1957, he was appointed permanent patrolman in September of 1958 and was promoted to sergeant July 10, 1972. A member of the department for 30 years, he served as Commander of the Chicopee Police Department and retired in 1987. He was a member of Grace Episcopal Church in Chicopee, the Mass. Police Association, the Retired State, County & Municipal Employees Association, and was the past commander of American Legion Post 452 in Chicopee, a member of Chicopee Lodge of Elks 1849, and was a member and past president of the Springfield Indians, Kings and Falcons Hockey Booster Club. Following his retirement Leonard served as a volunteer for the Sisters of Providence at both the Providence and Mercy Hospitals, attaining over 19,000 volunteer hours. He is survived by his loving wife of 45 years, Muriel J. (Crosby) Strauss; a son, Stephen D. Strauss; and a daughter and son-in-law, Elizabeth L. and Nicholas Macaluso, all of Kenner, LA; a daughter and son-in-law, Susan J. and Scott Collins; and 2 grandsons, William R. and Patrick L. Collins, all of Albuquerque, NM. He was predeceased by his first wife, Helen (Delano) Strauss; and a sister, Beatrice J. Van Dusen. Leonard Nathan Strauss
2546 Beloved Father, Grandfather and Brother
Leopold Strauss
2547 FEINBERG--Lois, 87, formerly of Glen Cove, NY, died on June 27th. Devoted and beloved wife of the late Norman for 46 years. Loving mother of Barney (Tracey), Rob (Ruth), Ellen (Ken Nadel). Grammy to Aaron, Joelle, Phoebe, Sydney, Eric, Lauren and David. Graduate of Oberlin Conservatory, 1949. A classically trained accomplished concert pianist, Lois' greatest passions were family, friends, tennis, music and the arts. Lois Sylvia Strauss
2548 Seattle Times, The (WA) - Sunday, May 9, 2004
Deceased Name: Margery Friedlander, 85, nourished arts groups
A memorial service for Margery Strauss Friedlander, whose generosity over the years nourished numerous Seattle arts organizations, will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Temple De Hirsch Sinai on Capitol Hill.
Mrs. Friedlander, 85, died here April 7 after a long illness. She was a prominent Seattle arts patron and the widow of Paul Friedlander, a civic leader and former Port of Seattle commissioner.
Along with her husband, Mrs. Friedlander helped establish Poncho, the Patrons of Northwest Civic, Cultural and Charitable Organizations. Paul Friedlander was the organization's first president, and Mrs. Friedlander remained a lifetime director until her death. Poncho, which has raised millions of dollars to support the arts, has been called a national model for cultural galas.
"She was one of the most generous and important arts activists over the last 30 to 35 years," said Dick Friel, a longtime Poncho board member.
"When you say arts in the Northwest, you're saying Margery Friedlander," he said. "She was totally woven into the fabric of the arts community."
The organization paid tribute to Mrs. Friedlander last night at its annual gala fund-raiser.
Mrs. Friedlander also was a Seattle Art Museum trustee for 18 years, and had served as a museum regent, chairing many events for the museum and playing a significant leadership role in the development of the museum's membership programs.
She was a Pacific Northwest Ballet board member from its establishment in 1975 until 1990, when she became a PNB board of governors life fellow.
Born in Chicago, she had attended the University of Washington. Longing for the excitement of the arts that she had left behind in Chicago, family members said Mrs. Friedlander made it her lifetime commitment and passion to help create and sustain a vibrant arts community in Seattle.
Family members also said she helped establish or organize several local charitable and philanthropic endeavors.
She and her husband, a member of the Friedlander family that for decades had owned jewelry stores in the state, were married 57 years. He died in 1994 at age 81.
Family members said Mrs. Friedlander had a keen interest in medicine and science. She funded the Strauss Chair at the University of Washington's medical school and an annual lecture series in honor of her father, Dr. Alfred Strauss, after his death. He was a surgeon who graduated from the UW.
Mrs. Friedlander was a founding member in 1978 of the Seattle Chapter of ARCS, (Achievement Rewards for College Scientists), an organization that raises money to fund fellowships for graduate students in science and medicine at the UW and Washington State University.
She is survived by two sons, Paul Friedlander Jr. and his wife, Laurie Friedlander, and John Friedlander and his wife, Barbara Cahill, of Seattle; three grandchildren and a great-grandson..


Margery Strauss FRIEDLANDER Margery S. Friedlander died peacefully in her sleep on April 7, 2004 after a long illness. Margery was born on August 16, 1919 in Chicago to Hilda and Dr. Alfred Strauss. She was raised in Chicago and attended the University of Washington. She married Paul S. Friedlander of the pioneer jewelry family on May 26, 1938 at the age of 18 and moved to Seattle. In 1938, she found Seattle a sleepy town, and longed for the excitement of the arts that she had left behind in Chicago. She made it her lifetime commitment and passion to help create and sustain the vibrant arts community that one finds in Seattle today. Margery loved the arts, of which she was a significant supporter and helped found or spearhead a myriad of local charitable and philanthropic institutions. Margery was passionate about the Seattle Art Museum serving on the Board of Trustees for 18 years. She was also a Regent, playing a significant leadership role in the development of the Seattle Art Museum's upper level membership programs. With great elegance, creativity and enthusiasm she chaired many spectacular events for the Museum over the past several decades and helped design many of the membership programs still offered today. Margery was preceded in death by her husband Paul to whom she was married for 57 years. They loved entertaining and together generously hosted numerous civic, political, or fundraising events and galas at their lakefront home during their marriage. Together with Paul she helped found PONCHO and was a lifetime director until her death. She served on the Pacific Northwest Ballet Board from it's inception in 1975 until 1990 when she became a Board of Governors Life Fellow. Margery adored her father who was a famous surgeon and as a consequence, she had a keen interest in Medicine and Science. She funded the Strauss Chair in the Department of Surgery at the University of Washington and a prominent annual lecture series:(The Strauss Lectures) in his honor after his death She was a founding member of the Seattle Chapter of ARCS (Achievement Rewards for College Scientists) in 1978.This organization raises money to fund fellowships for graduate students in science and medicine at the University of Washington and Washington State. She held many board positions over the years, spearheaded its' endowment fund, and was an active member until recent years. She held memberships in the Seattle Tennis Club, Washington Athletic Club, Tamarisk Country Club (Rancho Mirage, CA) and The Springs Club (Rancho Mirage, CA) and belonged to Temple De Hirsch Sinai. She maintained a residence in Rancho Mirage and supported many desert charities. She enjoyed playing tennis, bridge, and backgammon with her friends and family. She adored her three grandchildren. Margery is survived by her sons, Paul S. Friedlander Jr. (Laurie) and John L. Friedlander (Barbara Cahill), her grandchildren, Lara Mattatia (Julian), Benjamin Friedlander and Samuel Friedlander, and her great grandson Jake Mattatia of Melbourne, Australia. 
Margery Joan Strauss
2549 Home in Brooklyn: 582 5th Street, just off Prospect Park.
Maurice Benjamin Strauss
2550 hit by horse and buggy Moyses Strauss

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