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151 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I92)
 
152 Acording to his World War I Draft Registration his birthday is listed as 12 Oct 1899 Etscovitz, Jacob (I1191)
 
153 Adele Hirsch
July 4, 1928 - April 6, 2014
Obituary
Adele Hirsch (1928 - 2014)
Adele Hirsch, 85 of Boynton Beach, Florida, formerly of Long Beach, CA, Northbrook, IL and Worcester, MA passed away on Sunday, April 06, 2014.
Adele was born in 1928 to the late Edwin and Goldie Klein. She truly loved and appreciated the game of Bridge and was an avid player, champion (a Life Master) and teacher, a world traveler, and a committed volunteer.
Adele was predeceased by her loving husband Herbert.
She is survived by her beloved children Robert and Cynthia, her cherished grandchildren Ethan (Erin), Benny (Corrina) and Alex, her dear brother, Howard Klein of New York and her dear sister in law Carole Lipsky of Delray Beach, FL.
Funeral Services will be held Thursday, April 10, 2014 at 10:00 am at Stanetsky Memorial Chapels, 475 Washington Street, Canton, MA with burial to follow at Sharon Memorial Park, Sharon, MA.
The family will be sitting Shiva immediately following services and on Friday April 11, 2014 from 10:00 am – 5:00 pm at the residence of Robert Hirsch.
Those wishing to express sympathy and condolences to the family are asked to consider making a donation to JAFCO and National Council of Jewish Women. 
Klein, Adele (I3683)
 
154 Al Brooks, former mayor of Mesa, dies Brooks "Hosea Yehuda", Sumner Alan (I9)
 
155 Alex headstone reads Ben Zoav (Zayin Aleph Vet/Bet), son of Plessett, Alexander (I1442)
 
156 Also known as Alvin Sender Jarmel, and Alvin Jarmel Jarmulowsky, Alvin (I8774)
 
157 Also known as Anne and Annie Coven, Anita (I11330)
 
158 Also known as Avram Goldenberg Goldberg, Abraham (I853)
 
159 Also known as Chaia Jaslapky [--?--] "Edith Rose", Ida (I11326)
 
160 Also known as Chava Klein, Eva (I12293)
 
161 Also known as Dolly Coven "Dolly", Irene G. (I11332)
 
162 Also known as Icho Jaslapky Saslasky "Isaac Hacohen", Isaac (I3407)
 
163 Also known as Israel Hoffman, Irving (I4625)
 
164 Also Known as Jack Fresco, Jacob Joseph (I4120)
 
165 Also known as Jossel Kowalepky Coven, Joseph Simon (I11328)
 
166 Also known as Juda Kowalepky Coven, Julius (I11329)
 
167 Also known as Lea Kowalepky Saslasky, Lillian (I11327)
 
168 Also known as Manya Saslasky, Mary (I1268)
 
169 Also known as Millie Fresco "Millie", Amelia (I4097)
 
170 Also known as Sales Goldenberg Goldberg, Charles (I863)
 
171 Also known as Simon Fresco, Samuel (I4092)
 
172 Also known as Sprener according to data on Eli World War I Draft Registration Card [--?--] "Rosa", Ruchel (I3195)
 
173 Also possible 15 Sep 1896 Siegal, Bennett "Buruch" Isaac (I832)
 
174 American Mother of the Year Loitman, Judge Jennie D. (I4633)
 
175 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I14)
 
176 Applied for Naturalization 31 Aug 1899 Age 34 Occupation Tailor Alien born Germany 12 Sept 1865 Arrived Port of New York 13 Sept 1891 Naturalized 03 Oct 1899 Witness John W. McKensie of 4Barton Street Worcester Witness John McRae of 9 Fulton Street Worcester Corbin "Alter", Adam (I900)
 
177 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I109)
 
178 Arianne is a descendat of an Afghani Royal Family Mahmoud-Ghazi, Arianne (I6437)
 
179 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I11572)
 
180 Arnold disapeared from the family circa 1928. The family does not know wheather he ran away, was abducted or what his fate was. He was never heard from again. Family rumor has it that he had"mob" ties. Corash, Arnold (Leon) (I1275)
 
181 Arthur Berger, Composer and Music Critic, Is Dead at 91
By ALLAN KOZINNOCT. 10, 2003

Arthur Berger, an American composer whose rugged, economically scored music straddles Neo-Classicism and Serialism, and who established a sideline career as a thoughtful writer and critic, died on Tuesday at a hospital in Boston. He was 91 and lived in Cambridge, Mass.

Mr. Berger was part of the wave of Paris-trained composers whose work helped establish a contemporary American style in the 1940's -- one that, in the spirit of American culture, morphed to accommodate new interests and techniques.

Like Aaron Copland and Virgil Thomson, with whom he was associated, Mr. Berger was fascinated in his early years by Stravinsky's music, and he adopted aspects of Stravinsky's rhythmically pointed style, as well as the textural clarity that was central to Stravinsky's Neo-Classicism.

Mr. Berger's work maintained a gritty urbanity that gave the impression of greater abstraction, and held popularity at arm's length, unlike Copland and Thomson. He magnified that distance in the late 1950's by incorporating 12-tone techniques into his music, which retained its Neo-Classical contours.

Popularity was never an issue for Mr. Berger. ''If Serialism's detractors mean that it has not become big-time box office,'' he wrote in a 1987 article in The Boston Review, ''they should be reminded that there are other audiences, not at all negligible, besides the big ones.''

Arthur Berger was born in New York on May 15, 1912. He began playing the piano when he was 11, and wrote his first compositions while in high school. Although he enrolled at City College in 1928, he did not begin his formal studies in composition until he transferred to New York University, where he completed a bachelor's degree in 1934.

He also became friendly with Copland, and joined Copland's informal Young Composer's Group.

With the composer Bernard Herrmann -- who had not yet made his name as a film-score composer -- Mr. Berger published the Musical Mercury, a magazine devoted to contemporary and traditional music. He edited the magazine for three years, while also studying composition with Walter Piston, Hugo Leichtentritt and Archibald Thompson Davison at Harvard, where he earned his master's degree in 1936.

In 1937 he moved to Paris for two years of study with Nadia Boulanger, the French theory and composition teacher who had been a crucial influence on Copland. Upon his return from Paris in 1939, Mr. Berger joined the faculty of Mills College in Oakland, Calif., where he also continued his composition studies with Darius Milhaud. He later taught at Brooklyn College, the Juilliard School, Brandeis University and the New England Conservatory, retiring from teaching in 1999.

Mr. Berger also contributed reviews to The Boston Transcript and The New York Sun in the mid-1940's, and joined Thomson as a critic at The New York Herald Tribune. In 1962 he helped found Perspectives on New Music, a scholarly publication, which he edited briefly.

His autobiography, ''Reflections of an American Composer,'' was published by the University of California Press in 2002.

Mr. Berger's musical output includes works for orchestra, solo voice and choir, but his most durable and varied compositions are for chamber ensembles and piano. His first major work, the Quartet for Winds (1941) -- a lively Neo-Classical piece dedicated to Copland -- is still performed regularly. A series of duos -- for violin and piano (1948), cello and piano (1951) and oboe and clarinet (1952) -- continue to sound vital and fresh, and there is much power and beauty in his piano music.

He is survived by his wife, Ellen. 
Berger, Arthur Victor (I7447)
 
182 As "Lilly Marr" I was an actress on the New York stage and fashion model for Harry Conover and Lily Dache' back in the olden days. Margolskee, H. Lillian (I1909)
 
183 as a result of a car accident Chase, Gordon (I7522)
 
184 as a result of an automobile accident Zarr, Michael Robert (I4540)
 
185 as a result of an automobile accident Bouchard, Peter Jr. (I3615)
 
186 As a youngster had TB. Was sent to Rutland, Vermont for treatment. Later became a Physiotherapist. Bernstein, Susan Miriam (I1142)
 
187 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I108)
 
188 as reported by the SSDI Freyman, Howard George (I6338)
 
189 As told by Ellen Heymann.
As a child of 5 or 6 Harry had a bad sledding accident, where he received a serious brain injury. As a result he suffered seizures. Medical people of those days though he was retarded. But infact just the oppisite was true. He was overly intelligent.
The family had him placed in an institutioal facility. He escaped. He was then put into facility in Bangor. He escaped again with another inmate. They both tried to swim across the Penobscotriver, but both individuals drowned in the process.
Ellen remembers meeting him once. He was wearing strange looking glasses and just stared at her.
She also attended the funeral, where he was burried in the old cemetery section in Bangor. 
Plesset, Harry J. (I1199)
 
190 at a local hospital Etscovitz, Samuel Louis (I1209)
 
191 at home Chase, Herbert S. (I7521)
 
192 at home Aho, Harlan C. (I7023)
 
193 at home Hall, Stephen W. Sr (I7014)
 
194 at home Sullivan, Grace G. (I6971)
 
195 at home Miller, Norman (I6931)
 
196 at home Melnikoff, Ruth Edith (I4550)
 
197 at home Jaffee, Sophie (I4243)
 
198 at home Gordon, Joseph (I3817)
 
199 at home Grossman, Sidney William (I2522)
 
200 at home Steigman, Lizzie (I2485)
 
201 at home Garner "Peggy", Alvina May (I1773)
 
202 at home Mallen, Hy George (I1708)
 
203 at home Shalek, Julius (I1171)
 
204 at home Yaffa, Hilda (I1165)
 
205 at home Grossman, Jacob (I1095)
 
206 at home Penziner, Donald (I992)
 
207 at home at 1:40 PM Shalek, Stanley (I266)
 
208 at home of carcinoma of the lungs Corash, Maurice Arnold (I1289)
 
209 at home of chronic myocarditis Corbin "Alter", Adam (I900)
 
210 at home of heart disease Corash, Ida /Korastashefsky/Popowsky (I1287)
 
211 at home of heart failure Turitz, Florence (I7422)
 
212 at home of pancreatic cancer Cohn "Sookie", Cynthia Barbara (I1007)
 
213 at home on campus Chodorow, Marvin (I7440)
 
214 at home||according to the SSDI Melnikoff, Hazel (I4551)
 
215 at the home of her daughter Mrs. Louis Jolles Weinstein "Rebecca", Hannah Annie (I4680)
 
216 at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Morris Wolpe Grund, Rebecca (I1024)
 
217 at the home of her sister Sonya Schopick Turitz, Esther (I7427)
 
218 at the home of his daughter Sonya Schopick Turitz, Morris I. (I7421)
 
219 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F948
 
220 at the home of Mrs. Joseph B. Grossman Loitman, Morris (I4630)
 
221 At the time of her death she was the oldest living person in the United States. As well she was the oldest living Jew. Corash, Goldie B. (I1271)
 
222 At the Zetter Collection. Zetter, Lois Claire (I1939)
 
223 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2119)
 
224 Autopsy states Cause of Death as Cirrhosis of the Liver, Hemorrhage from ruptured Esophageal Varix Gurewitz/Horowitz, Samuel (I470)
 
225 Baltimore Hebrew Congregation Adler, Nathan (I8775)
 
226 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2444)
 
227 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1907)
 
228 Baseball Pitcher for the New England Spartans Shalek, Julius (I1171)
 
229 Based on WWI draft card dob is 03 Dec 1896, on WWII draft card dob is 03 July 1896 Ezrin, Joseph Fredrick (I11514)
 
230 Based upon Jewishgen dob is 21 Nov 1874 Dvinsk, Latvia Rome "Karpel Henukh", Henry (I3838)
 
231 Based upon the data recorded on his World War I Draft Registration Card Silbert, Harry Wolf (I5492)
 
232 Based upon the data recorded on his World War I Draft Registration Card Shafmaster, Nathan (I5260)
 
233 Based upon the data recorded on his World War I Draft Registration Card Rubin, Reuben (I5206)
 
234 Based upon the data recorded on his World War I Draft Registration Card Rome "Karpel Henukh", Henry (I3838)
 
235 Based upon the data recorded on his World War I Draft Registration Card Rapaport, Ruben (I1613)
 
236 Based upon the data recorded on his World War I Draft Registration Card Shalek, Louis S. (I1026)
 
237 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I990)
 
238 Benjamin and Lena were first cousins Family F1959
 
239 Berel Scheubach Sheinbach, Boris (I6245)
 
240 BIFF ELLIOT
July 23, 1923 - August 15, 2012

Biff Elliot, actor, acting coach and radio sportscaster, has died at his home in Studio City, at the age of 89.

He was born in Lynn, Massachusetts and served in the Army during World War II, before attending the University of Maine. After graduation he and his wife, Elizabeth Dole "Betty" moved to New York. Biff worked in live television before being brought to Hollywood to play the role of detective Mike Hammer in the first Mickey Spillane movie, "I the Jury" in 1953.

Biff had a long career in films and television. His movies included That's Life, Save the Tiger, PT109, Good Morning Miss Dove, and House of Bamboo. He appeared in several movies for television as well as in many of the major TV series. These included Alfred Hitchcock Presents, Starman, CHIPS, Planet of the Apes, Cannon, The F.B.I., Bonanza, The Dick Van Dyke Show, Hawaiian Eye, Route 66, 77 Sunset Strip, Perry Mason and Lux Video Theatre. He was a member of AFTRA, Screen Actors Guild and The Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.

Preceding him in death were his parents, Israel and Susan Shalek; his brothers, Stanley Shalek and Win Elliot; as well as his first wife, Betty. Biff is survived by his wife, Connie; many nieces and nephews; and his cat, Lionel.

There will be no funeral. A memorial service will be planned at a later date. Donations in his memory can be made to Actors and Others for Animals, the Actors Fund, the Motion Picture and Television Fund, or a charity of your choice .
Published in Los Angeles Daily News on August 17, 2012 
Shalek/Elliot "Leon Shalek", Leon/Biff (I1145)
 
241 Birth
Douglas Bank added this on 20 Oct 2011
Some records imply that he was born in Russia, others say he was born in NY around 1885. I don't know which is true, though I am pretty sure they are all talking about the same person.
 
Plesset, Isadore Edward (I1352)
 
242 Birth location based on WWII Draft Card Greengus, William Billy Frank (I3795)
 
243 Birth name possibly Leib Turkiewicz
Declaration of Intent name is Leib Turkewitz
Name of Oath of Allegiance is Louis Turkewitz 
Turkowitz, Louis (I230)
 
244 Birthplace Russia - Godyitch or Harditz Plesset, David (I1185)
 
245 Block 4, Plot 113, Grave 5 Ross, Nathan (I6280)
 
246 Block H, Section 2, Lot 54, Grave 5 Goldberg, Nathan (I898)
 
247 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1510)
 
248 Body donated to medical science Waldstein/Woodstone "Zalman HaCohen "Abbe"", Abraham (I3872)
 
249 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I12926)
 
250 Born as Abraham Goldberg Novales, David (I865)
 
251 Born as Abraham Schaja  Garfunkel, Abraham H. (I8735)
 
252 Born as Alice Grossman, Ellen (I1096)
 
253 Born as Bernard Goldberg Grant, Bernard (I881)
 
254 Born as Dwora Mirl  Garfunkel, Dora (I8730)
 
255 Born as Eidel Garfunkel, Ida (I8733)
 
256 Born as Herman George Segal. Name changed to James Howard Siegel on 25 Jan 1944 Siegel, James Howard (I5004)
 
257 Born as Jack H. Sandler, Howard G. (I13105)
 
258 Born as Jane Hirsh, June (I13109)
 
259 Born as Leia Garfunkel, Lena (I8731)
 
260 Born as Malke Garfunkel, Amelia (I8725)
 
261 Born as Nochman Plesetzky Plesset, David (I1185)
 
262 Born as Percy Nathan Lubarsky Lane, Percy Nathan Lubarsky (I2589)
 
263 Born as Sender Gurewitz
Place of Birth from WWI Draft Card 
Horowitz, Alexander (I795)
 
264 Born as Sherman Goldberg Novalis, Sherman (I885)
 
265 Born as Sumner Alan Berkovitz Brooks "Hosea Yehuda", Sumner Alan (I9)
 
266 Born as [--?--] Segal. Name changed to Marion Siegel 28 Jan 1958 Siegel, Marion (I4997)
 
267 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2134)
 
268 Born Raul Selznick Smith, Raul (I615)
 
269 Boston Globe, The (MA)
February 16, 1984
*NEW ENGLAND BRIEFS\ MURDER CONVICTION UPHELD*
Author: (AP)
Edition: N
Section: RUN OF PAPER
Page: ?????
Estimated printed pages: 1

Article Text:

The first-degree murder conviction of a Chicopee man in the slaying of
an Easthampton pharmacist four years ago has been upheld by the
Massachusetts Supreme Court. The court, in a decision written by Justice
Ruth Abrams, said it found "no reversible error and no substantial
likelihood of a miscarriage of justice" in the conviction of Emilian
Paszko. Paszko, 31, was convicted in the June 8, 1980, shooting death of
35-year-old Leslie A. Zive of Longmeadow, pharmacist-owner of Merrigan's
Pharmacy. Paszko was sentenced to life at Walpole State Prison in 1981.

Copyright 1984, 2001 Globe Newspaper Company
Record Number: 8306200 
Zive, Leslie Allan (I3752)
 
270 Both Alex and Hilda were cousins. Both named Plessett Family F835
 
271 Both draft cards are identical Adels, Morris (I7864)
 
272 Both draft cards are identical Adels, Morris (I7864)
 
273 Burial data birt date conflict year of birth may be 1887 Gordon "Bunie", Bunie / Bertha (I3856)
 
274 Buried in plot of First Brotherly Aid Society of Sernik at the Old Montefiore Cemetery Tuerk, Milton (I104)
 
275 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2115)
 
276 Came to the US when brother Jake paid for passage.

Then Getschell paid for his brother to come over.

All came through EI 
Sclair, Getchell (I4223)
 
277 Came to US Stayed Fagel
Took a chance and moved to Canada to marry 
Horowitz, Celia (I814)
 
278 CANDIB, ETHEL Block: 117, Reference: 5, Section: A, Lot: 251:, ALL LOT 251 & 1/2 OF 252, Line:, Grave: 5, Society:, Date of Death: 12/19/2004 Shore, Ethel (I6373)
 
279 Catalogue Finding Number WYP/LE/19/1
Title Benjamin Gaftarnik
Description Nationality: Russian; Profession/Occupation: Tailor's machinist; Male/Female: M, Date of Birth: 01/10/1894 Sokolova,
Spouse: Married, first wife Dora Goldfader died in Leeds 1943, second wife Marie Taylor {British born], Notes: Application for certificate of naturalization gives detailed family history, granted August 1955, 1 photograph; File Number: 1374, Certificate Number: 417466
Date December 1914.
Extent 1 file
Location of Archive Wakefield GB 201
Access_Status Open 
Gaftarnick "Binyomin ben Avrohom", Benjamin (I13614)
 
280 celebrating her 100th birthday Jaffee, Sophie (I4243)
 
281 Celia Naturalization states his DOB as 15 Dec 1883 Plesset(t) "Issador", Isadore (I1336)
 
282 cemetery: BethIsraelCem : NewSection2, plot: G-17
notes: low stone plots on left coming down Severence St,
cemetery information source(s) : BethIsrael 
Rapaport, Jean (I1641)
 
283 cemetery: BethIsraelCem : Old Cemetery, plot: C-8
notes: closest to fence, on far right of old section
cemetery information source(s) : BethIsraelCem 
Alperowitz/Cohen, Samuel Harry (I5111)
 
284 Certificate: 023319 Aqua, Sidney Samuel (I6327)
 
285 Chana Scheubach Shute, Anna Sarah (I3272)
 
286 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I279)
 
287 Check Lubetkin.net for Hannah Garfunkel born 1860. She was the daughter born to Rabbi Ash?s daughter, Miriam Ash. She married Isaac Raphael and had 6 children. I assume that there are living descendants today. I don?t know anything about Rabbi Ash?s other grandchildren. Garfunkel, Benjamin (Baruch) Marcus (I8724)
 
288 Church Musician
Grades 1-8
1943, Catholic Univ, BA
1944, Catholic Univ MA Music 
Dempsey, Joseph G. (I2121)
 
289 City Directory Nevins, Samuel P. (I5780)
 
290 City Directory Nevins, Samuel P. (I5780)
 
291 City Directory Nevins, Bertrum (I5642)
 
292 City Directory Nevins, Annette (I5659)
 
293 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I10)
 
294 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2120)
 
295 Conflict of birth date on burial data Abelsky "Barney", Barnet (I3821)
 
296 Conflict with burial data States dod as 23 Jan 1981 Osman, Beatrice (I1758)
 
297 CORASH, Ethel (Markman) Ethel (Markman) Corash, of West Hartford, died Wednesday, (September 29, 2004) at Hartford Hospital. She was the widow of Nelson Corash. Born in Hartford, she was the daughter of the late Samuel and Sophie (Friedman) Markman. Mrs. Corash was secretary to the Dean of Arts and Sciences at the University of Hartford before she retired. Prior to that, she owned and operated, with her late husband, the former Cooper's Cut Rate in Milford, MA. She was a member of Beth El Temple of West Hartford. She leaves two daughters, Susan C. Stavola of Wethersfield, and Enid Corash Mikulski with her husband, Michael of South Windsor; a sister, Sarah Friedman of West Hartford; four grandchildren, Nicholas Stavola, Danielle Stavola, Nicole Mikulski, and Jason Mikulski; and three great-grandchildren, Ty, Jaylene and Jaylssa. She was predeceased by two sisters, Rose Adelson and Grace Markman. Funeral services will be held Sunday, October 3, at 9:30 a.m. at Congregation Agudas Achim Cemetery, Zion Hill, Hartford, with Rabbi James Rosen officiating. Memorial contributions may be made to a charity of the donor's choice. Arrangements are entrusted to Weinstein Mortuary, Hartford. For further information, directions, or to share memories of Mrs. Corash with her family please visit online at www.weinsteinmortuary.com.
Published in The Hartford Courant on Sept. 30, 2004 - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/hartfordcourant/obituary.aspx?n=ethel-corash-markman&pid=2660369&fhid=4131#sthash.7g4IIrZR.dpuf 
Markman, Ethel Mae (I1311)
 
298 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2116)
 
299 Coronary Potter, Harold Jerome (I5286)
 
300 Could also be 01 Jan 1871 Solis, Albert Benjamin (I12627)
 
301 Could also be 23 SEP 1908 Rapaport, Jacob / Jack (I1437)
 
302 Could also be 24 Nov 1924 Family F1269
 
303 Could also be October 20, 1919 Grossman, David Herbert (I1098)
 
304 Could also be the month of June Bernstein, Samuel (I1173)
 
305 could be 1864 Fertel/Grossman "Leib Aryeh Fertel", Louis (I2477)
 
306 Could be 22 January or Headstone says 22 Feb 1887 Grossman, Reuben Aaron (I2484)
 
307 Cremated Elliot, Charles M. (I1249)
 
308 Cremated Barry, Rita Arleen (I1238)
 
309 Cremated Shalek/Elliot, Irwin/Win (I1144)
 
310 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I943)
 
311 CYNTHIA A. WESTCOTT - Seekonk

01:00 AM EST on Thursday, January 22, 2004

CYNTHIA A. WESTCOTT, 99, of Dale Street, Peabody, Mass., formerly of Seekonk, a retired bookkeeper, died Tuesday at Twin Oaks Nursing Home, Danvers, Mass.

She was the wife of the late Ellis R. Westcott. Born in Pawtucket, a daughter of the late William and Bessie (Harrington) Barlow, she had lived in Seekonk most of her life before moving to Peabody several years ago.

Mrs. Barlow had been a bookkeeper at the Pawtucket Mutual Life Insurance Co., in Pawtucket, for 5 years, and later worked in the tax assessor's office in Seekonk for 25 years before retiring.

She was a member of the Retired Municipal Employees of Massachusetts, and a graduate of Pawtucket High School.

Mrs. Westcott was a descendant of Roger Williams and Richard Waterman, and a member of the Roger Williams Society.

She was active in the Red Cross during World War II.

She was a member of Hope Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star, Attleboro.

Mrs. Westcott was a member of Memorial Baptist Church, where she was a member of OPAL, and the Eliza Snow Missionary Society.

She leaves a daughter, Anne Milender of Peabody; a son, Ellis R. Westcott Jr. of Hernando, Fla.; and 6 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. She was the sister of the late John E., Harrington R., James B. and William Barlow, Mary E. Pope, Ellen M. Bliss and Clara B. Fine.

The funeral service will be held Saturday at 11 a.m. in Memorial Baptist Church, 340 Central Ave. Burial will be in Lakeside Cemetery, Rumford. 
Barlow, Cynthia A. (I11367)
 
312 Dalin surname taken sometime after 1910.  Cohen/Dalin, Arthur David (I3883)
 
313 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I242)
 
314 Darren is a 2nd year MBA at Harvard Crawford, Darren (I3213)
 
315 data image of the 1920 Federal Population Census: Catalog of National Archives Microfilm, National Archives Trust Fund Board (Washington, DC, 2002) Source (S365)
 
316 date listed on draft registration Bregman, Harry (I257)
 
317 Date of birth conflict with information on Burial data Greece, Jennie (I3933)
 
318 Date of birth has not been established. Too many conflicting dates. Could be 4 Jul 1919 or 4 Jul 1921. Because she is listed in the 1920 Census as 0 years old she was more than likely born in 1919. Krochmalnick, Mildred (I105)
 
319 Date of birth on Find A Grave is incorrect Weinberg, Bessie (I3719)
 
320 Date of Birth on headstone is not correct. Lubin, Josiah (I4233)
 
321 David GOLD Obituary 2002 JC Goldfader/Gold, David (I13611)
 
322 Death Certificate lists date of birth as 02 Mar 1903 Rothstein, Saul (I329)
 
323 Death Certificate states 3 Nov 1887 as DOB Fresco, Emanuel (I8723)
 
324 Death Certificate states DOB Mar 1860 Marcus, Jennie (I5636)
 
325 Death Certificates date of birth as 23 Oct 1906 in Bronx, NY Rothstein, Frank (I345)
 
326 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I108)
 
327 Declaration of Intent say DOB is 12 Jul 1846 Fertel/Grossman "Zissel", David (I2555)
 
328 Declaration of Intent states birthday as 5 Oct 1868 Plesset, Max (I1354)
 
329 Denter from Israel's birth certificate, Dunter from Abraham's birth certificate, Danto from Abraham's marriage certificate. Denter Dunter Danto Miller, Marion "Mary" (I12817)
 
330 Died as a child at age 3 Nekrich, Yitzhak (I6050)
 
331 died as a teenager Fabian, Nootsie (I6552)
 
332 Died at home of angina and renal disease Berkovitz, Osias (I829)
 
333 Died during the London Blitz of WWII Married and left Romania settled in England Had 4 children One son was a steward on a steamship line
 
Goldberg, David (I855)
 
334 Died from Heart
Barrel Maker - Cooper
Violinist in Portland Symphony 
Finn, Benjamin Ely (I1904)
 
335 Died in car accident [--?--], [--?--] (I6825)
 
336 Died in child birth to a son Rothstein, Pauline (I454)
 
337 Died in the Holcaust Golburt, Tibel (I6612)
 
338 Died of Bone Cancer
Univ Alabama
Middlesex College
Chiropodist 
Finn, Jack (I1903)
 
339 Died of Breast Cancer Finn, Edith (I1902)
 
340 Died of cardiac arrest. The name listed on the death certificate is Sophie Berkowitz Goldberg, Sophia (I830)
 
341 Died of Pneumonia Lechsbusby, Gitil (I3062)
 
342 Died of Scarlet Fever Forman, Jacob (I3103)
 
343 Died with tremendous medical problems at San Francisco General Hospital. Corash, Beatrice Geraldine (I1768)
 
344 died young [--?--], [--?--] (I6430)
 
345 Discrepency on birth year. Death Certificate states 1893, SSDI says 1891. London birth register says 1895 Fresco, Emanuel Joseph (I4141)
 
346 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2115)
 
347 DOB 10 May 1893 Pitchel, Samuel (I2508)
 
348 DOB could also be 10 Jan 1882 or the year 1880 or 15 Jan 1882 Feldman "Elis", Eli(s) (I956)
 
349 DOB could also be 25 Dec 1907 Hoffman, Muriel (I692)
 
350 DOB could also be 29 Apr 1914 Rothstein, Aser (I2733)
 
351 DOB could be 1848 or 1852 Trager, Rachel (I12491)
 
352 DOB could be 5 Apr 1932 or 5 May 1932 Kass, Israel (I10468)
 
353 DOB is April 10, 1897 under the name of Fannie Queen on Massachusetts Birth Record  Queen, Augusta Fannie (I8534)
 
354 DOB Listed on fathers Naturalization Papers 1 Sep 1913 Gurwitch, Freda (I767)
 
355 DOB Listed on fathers Naturalization Papers 12 Oct 1911 Gurwitch, Hyman (I765)
 
356 DOB Listed on fathers Naturalization Papers 23 Dec 1904 Gurwitch, Esther Mollie (I729)
 
357 DOB Listed on fathers Naturalization Papers 7 Aug 1906 Gurwitch, Mildred R. (I742)
 
358 DOB Listed on Naturalization 5 Aug 1883 Gurwitch/Gurewitz, David Lee (I726)
 
359 DOB listed on WWI Draft Card 22 Feb 1895
DOB listed on WWII Draft Card 24 Jan 1896 
Hyman, Nathan Howard (I8763)
 
360 DOB on 1900 Census is 1879
DOB on Passport application is 17 Nov 1876
DOB on SS is 17 Nov 1876 
Hecht, Eugenie (I8767)
 
361 DOB on 1900 Census is Mar 1885 Garfunkel, Ruth (I8741)
 
362 DOB on 1900 Census is Mar 1888 Garfunkel "Tapp", Rachel G. (I8742)
 
363 DOB on 1900 Census is Oct 1872 Garfunkel, Charles (I8738)
 
364 DOB on 1900 Census Jun 1880 Garfunkel, Sadie (I8743)
 
365 DOB on 1900 Census Sep 1861 Garfunkel, Hannah Bemak (I8746)
 
366 DOB on Draft card states 5 Jun 1874 Finn, Nathan (I3932)
 
367 DOB on Petition for Naturalization states 19 Mar 1879 Adelman, Hiram (I3281)
 
368 DOB on WWI Draft Card is 23 Sep 1885 Biers, Louis Daniel (I12449)
 
369 DOB possibly 16 Sep 1903 Marmorston, Jessie (I5809)
 
370 DOB possibly 26 Aug 1907 Thalberg, Sylvia (I5808)
 
371 DOB varies from 4 Mar 1900 to 15 Mar 1900 Grossman, Sara/Sadie (I2514)
 
372 DOD 12 May 1926 Pollak, Emanuel Herman (I12327)
 
373 DOD 9 Oct 1926 Jaskatik, Frances (I12332)
 
374 DOD could possibly be 9 Apr 1988 Thalberg, Sylvia (I5808)
 
375 dougbank originally shared this
09 Apr 2013 Other
This is Rose's obituary from December 1918. However, William appears to be still married to someone named Rose in 1920, so this might be a big mistake. It does imply that she died only the day before the paper was published, so maybe they heard she died when, in fact, she did not. Regardless, this obituary is definitely talking about Rose.
23 Dec 1918 Wilkes Barre, PA
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Douglas Bank New information? There is a death certificate saying that Rose died from Influenza in 1918, the day before the obituary. For some reason, though, the census is wrong. Very strange.
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Plesset, Rose (I1355)
 
376 E110-4 Finn, Melvin Gordon (I4150)
 
377 East Benton County Historical Society
We do have a very short file for John Franklin of Hover. John's three sons, Donald age 23 , LeRay age 14 , and Le Grand age 9 were asleep upstairs in their home when a fire broke out. All three boys died in that fire. John also had three daughters who survived the fire. Delphia survived the fire and later married. the other two girls were not home that night. Carla was at nurses training in Walla Walla and Verla had spent the night at a girl friends house. While I have not exhausted all of the records with in our Hover collection, I don't think we have record of what caused the fire. 
Franklin, John Kirk (I3325)
 
378 Edith lived with "Uncle Louis" Krasnov Arculis, Edith (I2886)
 
379 Edward and Estelle were first married in 1922 and they divorced not to long after that. They were remarried again in 1927. Corash, Edward P. (I949)
 
380 Edward Zarr, 87, of Whitewater, died Friday, Jan. 9, 2004. Services are 2 p.m. Tuesday at Emmaus Mennonite Church with Pastors Rodney Crowell and Bill Wiebe officiating. Family visitation is 7 to 8:30 p.m. today at the Bob Lamb Funeral Home in Whitewater. Burial will follow in the Emmaus Mennonite Church Cemetery.
He was born Jan. 24, 1916, in Brattleboro, Vermont, the son of Sam and Fanny Abelsky Zarr. He and Florence Diamond were married March 4, 1939, in Springfield, Mass. He was a member of the Emmaus Mennonite Church
Survivors include: wife, Florence Zarr of Whitewater; daughter, Sheila Entz of Whitewater; three grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.
A memorial has been established with Jews for Jesus.
Bob Lamb Funeral Home in Whitewater has the arrangements. 
Zarr, Edward (I3829)
 
381 elected to the city council Lane, Percy Nathan Lubarsky (I2589)
 
382 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I109)
 
383 Employed in 1870 as a City Laborer Per 1870 Census
Lived at 73 Coggins Mill Street, Sussex, Mayfield, England 
Parks, George (I6642)
 
384 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I8020)
 
385 Ethel was a widow when she married Reuben. Cooper, Ethel Beresin (I1614)
 
386 Eulogy: Rabbi Gerald I. Wolpe
by JewishJournal.com
Posted on May. 18, 2009 at 5:10 pm


Rabbi Gerald I. Wolpe, Rabbi Emeritus of Har Zion Temple, died Monday, May 18 after a courageous battle with pancreatic cancer.
For 30 years, Rabbi Wolpe was the spiritual leader of Har Zion Temple, a powerful 1,400-family Philadelphia synagogue. His retirement in the Spring of 1999, and the synagogue’s search for a replacement, became the subject of the acclaimed 2002 book, “The New Rabbi” by Stephen Fried.
Gerald Wolpe was also the father of Rabbi David Wolpe, senior rabbi at Temple Sinai in Los Angeles, California.
Born in 1927 in Boston, Rabbi Wolpe was ordained at the Jewish Theological Seminary in 1953 where he also received a doctorate of divinity. He served as a Chaplain in the Second Marine Division and pulpit rabbi in Charleston, SC and Harrisburg, PA before coming to Har Zion in 1969.
Well known within religious and academic circles as an expert in bioethics, caregiving and medical education, Rabbi Wolpe served as director of the Louis Finkelstein Institute for Religious and Social Studies at the Jewish Theological Seminary from 1997 to 2002. From 1996 to July 1999 he served as chairman of the advisory committee of the Bioethics Center at the University of Pennsylvania. He served as a member of the Executive Committee of the Aphasia Society, the Advisory Committee of the Families and Health Care Project of the United Hospital Fund and was a resource expert in Jewish Bioethics for the “Ask the Rabbi” website of America Online. His chapter “A Crisis of Caregiving, A Crisis of Faith,” appeared in the book, Always on Call: When Illness Turns Families Into Caregivers, published in October 2000.
Rabbi Wolpe lectured frequently on bioethics. According to an 2007 article in The Daily Pennsylvannian, he consulted with the producers of the television medical drama “Grey’s Anatomy” for advice on plot lines, especially those involving the impact of death on medical students.
His previous academic positions include lecturer on bioethics and health legislation at Yale University, Clinical Assistant Professor at Hahnemann Medical College/Medical College of Pennsylvania and lecturer on professional education at the Thomas Jefferson University.
Rabbi Wolpe’s service to the Philadelphia community has included membership on the Boards of Directors of the Federation of Jewish Agencies and Akiba Academy and he is a past President of the Board of Rabbis of the Greater Delaware Valley. He also served as Chairman of the Journalistic Standards Committee for The Jewish Exponent.
“What we missed most was his voice,” writes Fried in the opening chapter of “The New Rabbi.” “Our rabbi could make the most stilted English translation of prayer sound like Shakespeare. His voice was muscular and musical, with an accent that sounded vaguely British at first, but later revealed itself to be all-American, with leftover ‘aahs from Boston.
“This was not like the voice of God. Rabbis do not aspire to divinity. They have jobs in an industry that has, like many others, shifted from manufacturing to service. Rabbis are employees, religion workers, with unions and contracts and job-related injuries. They have to negotiate dental with the very congregants they must inspire.
“Still, while rabbis do not speak for God, some of them have God-given gifts. Rabbi Gerald Wolpe’s gift was his voice.
“My dad had a story he loved to tell about the day when Wolpe took the makeshift stage of a flatbed truck in the parking lot of the Harrisburg Jewish Community Center. It was the summer of 1967, the height of the Six-Day War. And the rabbi brought home this crisis from halfway across the world with such eloquent urgency that my parents were inspired to pledge to Israel, then and there, every last cent they had saved for brand-new wall-to-wall carpeting. Anyone who ever saw the mud-gray shag they wanted to replace would have to agree this qualified as a miracle. And it was documented for posterity. There was a record album made of the speech. My parents bought that, too.
But then Rabbi Wolpe left us. And we never forgave him for taking the voice away.”
Rabbi Wolpe is survived by his wife Elaine, sons Paul, Stephen, David and Daniel and eight grandchildren.

The funeral will be held on Tuesday, May 19 at 1:00 PM at Har Zion Temple, Penn Valley. Pennsylvania. The family will be sitting shivah in Pennsylvania at the Wolpe residence. 
Wolpe, Rabbi Gerald I. (I3963)
 
387 Fajga Szmulewicz DOB 8 Sep 1900 Szmulewicz, Fannie (I170)
 
388 Family tales have it that as a child Anna had an accident (fall). She then as a young woman developed a hump from this accident. She was thus left in Russia when the rest of the family came tothe US for fear of being rejected for medical reasons. Pisetzky, Anna (I83)
 
389 Farm called Greaghnagullion Barry, Michael J. (I3289)
 
390 Father Penn
Mother Ohio 
Wood, John W. (I4159)
 
391 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I3308)
 
392 Feld F, Abteilung: V, Reihe 16, Grabnr.: 62141 Klein, Minna (I8354)
 
393 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1755)
 
394 found on line Askin, Haskell (I7960)
 
395 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1075)
 
396 Friends remember Al Brooks Brooks "Hosea Yehuda", Sumner Alan (I9)
 
397 From a contemporary press report:
Rear Admiral Karl J. Bernstein died on the morning of January 31, 1998, after a long illnes in Orange Park, Florida.
Admiral Bernstein began his Naval Career in March, 1942, enlisting in the U. S. Navy at the age of 17. His service in WWII included the north African Campaign, the Sicilian Invasion, and the Landing at Salerno. Following the war, he entered the U. S. Naval Academy and graduated in 1949.
After Duty aboard the Carriers USS Siboney and USS Midway, he received his Aviator Wings in 1952 and began a distinguished career in Anti-Submarine Warfare. His service included tours of duty in both the Atlantic and Pacific - with VP34 and VP8, followed by his command of VP-10 and VP-31. After a tour in Italy at NATO Allied Forces South, he served as commanding officer of Naval Air Station Jacksonville from 1974 to 1976.
He was promoted to Rear Admiral in 1976 and commanded the Icelandic Defense Force and Fleet Air Keflavik until 1978. RADM Bernstein completed his Naval Career as Commandant of the Washington Naval District in 1981, and retired to Orange Park, Florida.
He was a graduate of the Naval War college in Newport, Rhode Island, and the NATO Defense College in Rome, Italy.
Born in Halifax, Nova Scotia, on March 31, 1925, he is survived by his wife of 49 years, Jean; four children, Mark, Brian, Elizabeth, and Amanda; and seven grandchildren. Private funeral and burial service will be held at Arlington National Cemetery. The family requests that any remembrances be made to Hospice of Northeast, 4266 Sunbeam Road, Jacksonville, Florida 32257.
Admiral Bernstein was buried in Section 7 of Arlington National Cemetery following a full military honors ceremony.
BERNSTEIN, KARL JOSEPH
RADM US NAVY
WORLD WAR II, KOREA, VIETNAM
DATE OF BIRTH: 03/31/1925
DATE OF DEATH: 01/31/1998
BURIED AT: SECTION 7 SITE 9923 RH
ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY
Updated: 2 January 2002 Updated: 12 January 2007 
Bernstein, Karl Joseph (I1367)
 
398 From an email by Doug Bank

"By the way, one more tidbit of info. You list Mitchell (Milton) Plessett as dying in Wilkes Barre. I know for a fact that he died at Harvey's Lake, Pa. I was in the room when he died. I see you need other info."

 
Plessett, Mitchell Milton (I1445)
 
399 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I13584)
 
400 From Gilbert Smith

Isaac went to Israel because he did not want to fight in WWI. He would rather die for Zion.

He met and married Ziporah.

While Israel was going through a depression they moved back to the US. Then the US depression hit and they moved back to Israel. 
Gilad, Isaac (I661)
 
401 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I13240)
 
402 From what I have been told (Heidi Milender Valdanbrini) Zahvel died by drinking a bottle of beer at a mens club the had broken glass in it. He had the habit of opening the bottle by hitting thetop on the edge of a table. Kirle "Zahvel", Benjamin (I2181)
 
403 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I3198)
 
404 Garfunkel section of Union Field cemetery Roswell, David S. (I8294)
 
405 George Turitz '28 of Washington, D.C., died Jan. 1, 2004. He was a lawyer and administrative law judge with the National Labor Relations Board. Earlier in his career, he worked for the legal department of the Puerto Rico Reconstruction Administration in San Juan and, in 1934, ran for Congress on the Socialist ticket for the 16th District of New York. During WWII, he served as a first lieutenant in the U.S. Army, working in counterintelligence in North Africa. Turitz, George W. (I7424)
 
406 Going to 74 St Marys Road, Walthamstow, London Fresco, Samuel (I4092)
 
407 GOLDBERG - Faye, 85, of Hollywood, formerly of Mt. Vernon, NY, passed away February 21, 1999. Beloved wife of the late, Dr. Louis Goldberg; loving mother of, Dr. Marvin (Linda) Goldberg and Dr. Kenneth (Della) Goldberg; dear sister of, Edith Rosenhack and Ben Rothstein; cherished grandfather of, Sarah Goldberg. Chapel services, Tuesday, February 23, 1999, 12 Noon at Levitt-Weinstein Beth David Memorial Chapel, 3201 NW 72 Ave. Hollywood. 800-343-5400. Rothstein, Faye (I433)
 
408 GOLDBERG, Mark David Mark David Goldberg, 54, of West Hartford, beloved husband of Deborah (Bazzano) Goldberg, passed away at home on Sunday (December 14, 2008). Born in Hartford on April 5, 1954, he was the son of the late George and Sadie (Zarr) Goldberg. He was a graduate of Manchester Community College and was employed as a Youth Service Officer at the Connecticut Juvenile Training Center in Middletown. Mark was passionate about disco music, the New York Giants and the love of his life, Debbie. He could always be found the first Thursday of the month dancing at the Red Rock. Besides his wife, Deborah, he is survived by three sons, Jonathan, Aaron and Ryan Goldberg; his mother-in-law, Angie Bazzano of Old Lyme; his sister and brother-in-law, Barbara and James Capella, his nephew Jay and his niece Christine. In addition, Mark will be dearly missed by his co-workers who have always appreciated his unique sense of humor and take on life; to him they were a second family. Besides his parents, he was predeceased by his sister, Sandra Goldberg. His family is devastated and share comfort in this loss with his many friends and the knowledge that his life and love will always be remembered. Funeral Service will be Thursday at 9:30 a.m. at the D'Esopo Funeral Chapel, 277 Folly Brook Blvd, Wethersfield. The burial will be in Fairview Cemetery, West Hartford. Calling hours are Wednesday from 4-7 p.m. at the funeral chapel. For on-line expressions of sympathy, please visit www.desopo.com. Great of heart and always able to bring a smile to a person's face, Mark will be greatly missed. Goldberg, Mark David (I12095)
 
409 Gould, Val of Worcester, Massachusetts found peace on April 3, 2001, at the age of 89 years. Val started hi career in Vaudville, went into show business appearing with Mae West in ''Diamond Lil'' and, sebsequently, as a lecturer at high schools and Service Clubs on ''What it Means to be an American''. Val's contribution was recongnized with the presentation of a Freedom Foundation Award by Astronaut John Glenn at Valley Forge in 1964. Val is the beloved father of Ralph and Mike. Loving brother of Teema and Hilda. The family greatly appreciates the loving care and attention bestowed by the staff at Woodland Health Care Center. A Memorial Service will be held on Saturday April 7 at 10:00am at the Funeral Home. Goldfader/Gould "Bucky", Zelig/Harold/Val (I13578)
 
410 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I251)
 
411 Grave 6 Lot 54 Section 2 Block H Balin, Sarah (I899)
 
412 Gravestone date is 30 Dec 1988 Wald, Lois (I5868)
 
413 Had a mental disorder. Was in a sanitarium for 14 months Moses, Walter J. (I8789)
 
414 Haim Yosef ben Yitzchak HaLevi Finn, Hyman Joseph (I1900)
 
415 Har Tamir, Jerusalem Rosenbloom, Joshua H. (I1342)
 
416 Harriet Pincus
Born in Bronx, New York City, The United States October 13, 1938
DiedJune 28, 2001
GenreChildren's
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Harriet Pincus was born on October 13, 1938 in the Bronx, New York City. According to Ms. Pincus she knew she wanted to be an artist since the fourth grade, when she became the class artist. She attended the High School of Music and Art and the Art Students League on Saturdays. At sixteen, she contracted polio, became completely paralyzed and was kept in an iron lung. After two years in the hospital, she was given physical therapy and returned home to continue her drawing and painting, even though she was in a wheelchair.

Her first illustrated book was The Wedding Procession of the Rag Doll and Broom Handle and Who Was in It (1967) by Carl Sandburg. She illustrated other books and wrote one of her own, Minna and Pippin (1972). 
Pincus, Harriet (I3502)
 
417 Harris and Katie Bernstein Bernstein, Kate (I13543)
 
418 Harry and Katie Cohen Bernstein, Kate (I13543)
 
419 Harry and Katie Cohen Bernstein, Kate (I13543)
 
420 Harry died at the age of 17 from aq congenital heart valve problem. Some wise kid whacked him on the back in greeting, and killed him on the spot. His mother Rose never got over it. Simons, Harry (I2220)
 
421 Harry Gilstrap was working as a mechanic in Callao, MO when he
enlisted in the Army November 6, 1918 and was honorably discharged
December 17, 1918 as the war had ceased. Harry farmed and worked in
the Callao community as an automobile mechanic until 1930 when he
accepted a position in Macon as an automobile salesman for Nisbeth
Motor Co. He was drafted in the Army in 1942 and served five months
before he was discharged because of his age. He died from cancer in
1962. 
Gilstrap, Harry Leon (I11580)
 
422 Harry's daughter was married four times. Barbara had two children (Ronald and Richard) by her first(?) husband, (Robert Klein) who she divorced. Robert Klein took in the boys. Robert thenmarried a Barbara Gold (divorced with two children) Barbara then married three more times. Next to Al Feldman, then to Arthur Karp. Barbara met Arthur and married him telling him later thatshe had children. Barbara married husband number four (Edward Suggs). Barbara was killed in a dunebuggy accident in 1973. While at the funeral Ronald and Richard met up with Arthur Karp again.Arthur agreed to take them in. The boys were teenagers by now. Later on the boys legally changed their names from Klein to Karp. Corash, Barbara (I1751)
 
423 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I8020)
 
424 He died by accidentally drowning in the Kenduskeag Stream.  Epstein, Nathan J. (I7563)
 
425 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I6342)
 
426 Headstone says DOB 13 Dec 1896 Korff, William (I5923)
 
427 Headstone states DOB as 13 Nov 1894 Resnik, Rose (I4175)
 
428 Headstone states DOB as 1889 Epstein, Julia Cohen (I5114)
 
429 Heart failure due to complications of Thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura (TTP) is a rare blood disorder. In TTP, blood clots form in small blood vessels throughout the body. The clots can limit or block the flow of oxygen-rich blood to the body's organs, such as the brain, kidneys, and heart. Brooks "Hosea Yehuda", Sumner Alan (I9)
 
430 Heartfelt Thanks Brooks "Hosea Yehuda", Sumner Alan (I9)
 
431 Helene J. Margolskee (Friedman), age 92, of Lexington, on Tuesday, March 1, 2016. Beloved wife of the late Justin M. Margolskee. Devoted mother of Dr. Jeanne Margolskee, Cynthia Demir & her husband Dr. Oktay J. Demir, Dr. Robert Margolskee & his wife Dr. Dorothy Margolskee, and Penny Margolskee. Loving grandmother of Daniel and Dr. Beth Margolskee, Julia Demir Grabianowski and Paul Grabianowski, Dr. Alison Margolskee, Melissa and Jared Levin, and Andrew Margolskee. Devoted great-grandmother of Justin S. Margolskee. Dear sister of the late Bernice Staller and the late Donald Friedman and fond sister-in-law of the late Lillian Skolnick.

Helene's passions in life were her family, her art and politics. She studied at the New England School of Art and worked in many different media. She exhibited both nationally and internationally, and was particularly drawn to figurative work interpreting the emotion of everyday life. Although Helene was best known for her series of etchings portraying the world of 19th Century European Jews, she also worked with experimental techniques and contemporary subjects. She regarded her art works as members of her family, and her children and late husband cherished them as well.

Services at Temple Isaiah, 55 Lincoln Street, Lexington on Friday, March 4 at 11:00AM. Interment at the Westview Cemetery, 520 Bedford Street, Lexington. Following the interment, memorial observance will be at the late residence through Friday evening. In lieu of flowers, remembrances may be made in support of the Bachelor of Science and Arts Program, Carnegie Mellon University, Office of Annual Giving, 6 PPG Place, 11th floor, Pittsburgh, PA 15222
 
Friedman, Helene J. (I1914)
 
432 Hia / Hya / Ida Pearl Sherad / Shoichet / Shoichert Sherad, Hya Pearl Ida (I2478)
 
433 Hinda Scheubach Sheinbach, Hilda (I6244)
 
434 HO 144/8047 Nationality and Naturalisation: Goldfeder, Mordko Dawid (or Marks Goldfader), from Poland. Resident in London. Certificate 15435 issued 28 November 1927.  Goldfader "Mordko Dawid Goldfeder", Marks (I13605)
 
435 http://kmbro.weebly.com/cynthia-hefetz.html Family F4793
 
436 http://www.ohio.com/news/mr-quaker-s-world-1.203504 Goldfader/Gould "Bucky", Zelig/Harold/Val (I13578)
 
437 Husband HERSHEL WEINBERG, H-race White, H-residence Jefferson County, Wife LAVON WEINBERG, W-race White, W-residence Jefferson County, Date 1978-02-24, Place Jefferson County, MarriageM-year 63 Source (S279)
 
438 I received your letter about the time and ship which brought my father, of blessed memory to America. That information had never been on any of your questionaires. Yes, my father came in 1907 -the year I was born - in fact I was just three months at the time, so my mother of blessed memory told me. As to my father coming on the Brandenberg was news to me - for my mother, Mollie andI came on that ship in 1910. The reason I know this is that in 1971 when Mollie and I wished to get to get a passport to travel to Israel - we found out we weren't citizens of the U. S. A. Itseems when daddy got his citizenship papers and reported us as his children - it was the year that everyone had to get his own "citizenship papers". Well we found out we were aliens, and hadto go about receiving our own papers. I had been a teacher for many years, voted in every election and had every privilage of a citizen without the formal papers. Well to make it short, Mollieand I went about the formalities and received our official verification of becoming citizens. That is when I found out that mom and I came on the Brandenberg ship and docked in Baltimore inDecember 1910. Mother always told us we landed on the "seventh candle of the lighting of Chanukah." The territory we came from in Russia was correct for we were told that it was "MinskGubernia." Daddy was a "peddler" for a very short time when he came here. Then a butcher shop was in need of a meat cutter - so daddy got that job, and in several years was offered to buy it,on a pay as you go basis. The people were elderly and wanted to give it up - as the man was a "shochet" and made his living in that way. Daddy made a success of his business, and the story isthat he was the first Butcher to get a "Ford" for delivery. In those days that is how business was done. Mother worked very hard beside my father as all the children did as we got older.
 
Gurwitch, Mildred R. (I742)
 
439 I was told (Leo Sirlin) that when my father (Abie) entered this country and customs officials asked his name he pronounced it Cherlin or Tzerlin it was customs who entered his name as Zirlin.
Entered the US under the name of Zirlin, later changed to Sirlin.
Hank says that Abe came to the US first. 
Sirlin, Abraham (I2009)
 
440 Immigration record lists birthdate 17 November 1899 Mordecai, Daniel (I7703)
 
441 In 1904, the congregation purchased a cemetery in Clarksburg. In 1905, it hired its first Hebrew School teacher, Israel Rosenbloom. Rosenbloom, Israel Leon (I1335)
 
442 in a plane crash Weintraub, Beverly Doris (I6751)
 
443 in a plane crash Pochter, Irwin Paul (I6750)
 
444 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I8593)
 
445 in section LL, plot 56a Hall, Stephen W. Sr (I7014)
 
446 In September 1948 I started the 2nd year in Pharmacy school and Sumner was beginning his first year. His father Lou asked if he could live with us in Dorchester about a 1/2 hour ride to the college. He lived with us for a year until the school closed in June of 1949. At that time we lost track of each other. Feldman, Harold (I2943)
 
447 in the Holocaust Szcucynski, Yisrael (I8034)
 
448 in the Holocaust Szcucynski, Mordechai Eliezer (I8033)
 
449 in the Holocaust Kalmanovitz, Icie (I7984)
 
450 In the last few years of life Sam lived with his daughter Fay while Lena lived with their daughter Edith. The family remembers Sam walking the two miles to vist Lena on a regular basis. Rothstein "Simcha", Samuel (I431)
 
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455 Incorrect date of birth posted on Find A Grave. Aishiskin, Anna (I7909)
 
456 Information by Israel Shur, Haifa, Israel Shur "Moses", Moisey Grigorievich (I11889)
 
457 Information by Israel Shur, Haifa, Israel Shur "Moses", Moisey Grigorievich (I11889)
 
458 Information by Israel Shur, Haifa, Israel Shur "Moses", Moisey Grigorievich (I11889)
 
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462 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F4108
 
463 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I13241)
 
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465 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I13240)
 
466 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I13240)
 
467 Inscribed on Adams' Monument Beloved Husband and Father Adam Died Feburary 20, 1933 Corbin "Alter", Adam (I900)
 
468 Interment #: 48249
Last Name: COHN
First Name: LEAH
Age: 73
Date of Death: 1938-02-09
Gate: 58/S OPP.93&94
Block: 97
Row: 002L
Grave: 8
Society Name: WARSCHAU & VICINITY 
Alexander, Leah (I967)
 
469 It is also rumored that Sam came to this country with money he found in the pocket of a Russian officers uniform.
Applied for Naturalization Worcester 19 Sept 1900, Age 28, Occupation Tailor, Living at 34 Coral Street. Alien, born in Russia. Naturalized 06 Feb 1903. Witness Adam Corbin. 
Corash, Samuel H. (I945)
 
470 It is said that Teltsa is a descendant of Shaul Wahl, "King of Poland for a day" [--?--], Teltsa (I6542)
 
471 Jacob Davidson was born in Russia Came to the US on forged papers. Took wifes name of Rapaport. Jacob was a land manager for a Baron in Russia. He first went to St. Johns in Canada, and then toNew York. While in NY he met a man who talked him into going to Ft Kent, ME. There he opend a saw mill, slaughter house and grocery store.
There is a sterling somewhere in the family that was given to Jacob by the Baron in Russia.
Jacob was a twin.
Family came from a town called SUSKIVICH. The name ETSCOVITZ was derived from the town name. Etscovitz is a made up name.

Etscovitz is also the name chosen for some of the clan. While some took the Etscovitz name some changed theirs back to the original name of Rapaport. 
Rapaport/Davidson, Jacob (I1423)
 
472 Jacob Zarr, 86 died Tuesday, Jan. 24th in the Jewish Healthcare Center after a brief illness. His wife of 57 years Evelyn (Shear) Zarr died in 2007.

He leaves a son Richard Zarr and his wife Debra of Vestal, NY, a daughter Ronda wife of Alan Godin of Worcester, a brother Joseph Zarr of Worcester and Florida and four grandchildren, Michael Godin and his fiance Alisa Iantosca, Jonathan Godin, Amy and Adam Zarr and several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by two brothers, Benjamin and James Zarr.

Jacob was born in Worcester a son of Abraham and Sonia (Berolfsky) Zarr and graduated Commerce High School Class of 1943. He was a Marine Corp veteran of WWII serving in the Pacific Theater. He returned from WWII and joined his father as a barber on Water Street, a business started in the early 1900's, in 1950 and continued working there until his retirement in the mid 90's. Evelyn and Jack traveled extensively upon his retirement and for about their last 10 years together they divided their time between Worcester and Florida. His favorite activities were participation in various sports, especially softball, handball and racquetball.

He was a member of Temple Emanuel and it's Brotherhood, B'nai Brith, The Jewish War Veterans and the Jewish community Center.

Funeral services will be held at 11AM, on FRIDAY, JANUARY 27TH IN Perlman Funeral Home.

Memorial observance will be private. Memorial contributions may be made to the Jewish Healthcare Center, 629 Salisbury St., Worcester, MA 01609. 
Zarr "Jack", Jacob (I6890)
 
473 Jankel Scheinbach Sheinbach, Jacob Yankel (I6246)
 
474 Jeiny, Russia Rosenbloom, Israel Leon (I1335)
 
475 Jennie Loitman Barron (1891-1969) became the state's first full-time woman judge in 1934. She served for thirty years, twenty in the Boston Municipal Court and ten in the Superior Court. As alawyer representing the League of Women Voters, she successfully argued for women's service on juries. Before she became a judge, Barron served on the Boston School Committee in the late1920s, where she focused attention on substandard school conditions. In the late 1990s, four of the eleven Boston Municipal Court justices were women. Loitman, Judge Jennie D. (I4633)
 
476 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I203)
 
477 JESSIEMARMORSTON
1903 – 1980
by David Alan Rego

Physician, scientist, and professor of medicine, Jessie Marmorston’s research in the connection between hormone secretion and cancer contributed to medical knowledge on the psychophysiological link between stress and disease in humans.

Born in Kiev, Russia, on September 16, 1903, Jessie was the daughter of Aaron and Ethel (Wark) Marmorston. The family immigrated to the United States in 1906. After attending public school, young Jessie enrolled at the University of Buffalo, where she earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees. In 1924, She graduated from the University of Buffalo School of Medicine.

Immediately following her academic career in Buffalo, Marmorston began an internship at Montefiore Hospital in New York City. At Montefiore, Marmorston met David Perla, a fellow intern. A shared interest in pathology and immunology grew steadily into a personal relationship. Married in 1933, the couple’s professional relationship led to a collaboration which culminated in their publication in 1926 of The Spleen and Its Relation to Resistance.

Companions, partners, and collaborators—Perla and Marmorston’s future was cut short when Perla died an untimely death in 1940 at age forty. With their three daughters, Edith, Elizabeth, and Norma, Marmorston left her home in New York in 1943 to begin a new life in California, where she joined the faculty of the University of Southern California Medical School. In California, Marmorston met Lawrence Weingarten, a Hollywood producer, whom she married in 1945.

While at USC, Marmorston received a series of research grants from the United States Public Health Service to support her research in endocrinology. Ten years after her appointment at USC, she became professor of experimental medicine. From 1957 until her death in 1980, Marmorston served at USC as clinical professor of medicine.

An accomplished author in the field of medicine and medical research, Marmorston wrote on immunology, endocrinology, bacteriology, pathology, psychoanalysis, experimental medicine, clinical methods, cardiology, and the use of computers in medical research. Among her many publications Marmorston wrote Natural Resistance and Clinical Medicine (1941). As coauthor, Marmorston contributed to Psychoanalysis and the Human Situation (1984), Manual of Computer Programs for Preliminary Multivariate Analysis (1965), and Scientific Methods in Clinical Studies (1970).

From 1952 to 1959, Marmorston investigated the relationship between hormone secretion and heart attacks in women, concluding that small amounts of estrogen administered to postmenopausal women could decrease the incidence of heart attack. Continuing her studies on endocrinology in the 1960s, Marmorston’s work in the connection between lung cancer and hormone secretion revealed a connection between emotional stress, the production of hormones, and how the two created a psychophysiological basis for some cancers.

A member of numerous national, international, and regional medical and scientific organizations, Marmorston served her profession and her community with distinction. For thirty-six years, Marmorston served as an attending physician at Cedars-Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles—a position she also held at Los Angeles County Hospital.

Marmorston died in Los Angeles on October 21, 1980, at age seventy-seven. One of millions of immigrants who arrived in the United States during the golden age of immigration, Marmorston’s life work serves as an example of the contributions of Eastern European Jewish immigrants—and Jewish women—to arts, science, and letters in the United States in the twentieth century.

Bibliography
BEOAJ; WWIAJ (1938); WWWIA 7. 
Marmorston, Jessie (I5809)
 
478 Jewish Journal
Gilbert Wolpe
Gilbert Wolpe, 85 – late of Framingham. Died on November 17, 2016.

Beloved husband of Brina (Mandell). Cherished father of Larry Wolpe and his wife Susan, and Helaine Kaplan and her husband Mark. Adoring grandfather of Alexa, Mia, Sarah, Matthew and Jack. Son of the late Morris and Anne (Shalek) Wolpe. Brother of the late Elliott Wolpe. (Levine) 
Wolpe, Gilbert (I1156)
 
479 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I13586)
 
480 Just to confirm with all, we have scheduled the wake at Schaughnessey-Banks Funeral Home, 50 Reef Road, Fairfield, CT, - for Thursday, October 16 from 4-8 pm. Phone (203) 255-1031.

The Mass of Christian burial (funeral) will be the next day, Friday, October 17 at St. Luke, 49 Long Lots Road, Westport at 11 am (203) 227-7245.

We are planning a luncheon in the Community Room at St. Luke directly after the funeral.

Burial the next day/Saturday morning at Assumption Cemetary, Westport, next to Win & Chuck. 
Barry, Rita Arleen (I1238)
 
481 Killed [--?--], [--?--] (I6076)
 
482 Killed [--?--], [--?--] (I6074)
 
483 Killed during the war Nekrich, Lippa (I6054)
 
484 Kiryat Shaul, Section 1, Bloc 4, Row 20, Grave 9
Father listed as Moshe Chaim 
Freed, Sonia (I540)
 
485 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1337)
 
486 Lake Champlain Adelman, Hiram (I3281)
 
487 Last name could also be Natkaill Natkiel, Annie (I4113)
 
488 Lena's naturalization states a dob of 19 Aug 1920 Soloff, Libby (I659)
 
489 Leon Sirlin's first wife died. They had three children. Living in either Lansing or Pontiac, MI. Leon Has Since remarried an I (Leo Sirlin) beleive him to be living in Grosse Point, MI. Sirlin, Leon (I2018)
 
490 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I3454)
 
491 Lindsey Freed, Sydney, and I are thrilled to introduce Evan Benjamin Freed, born today at 12:30pm. 8 lbs 13 oz, 20 in long, and blonde hair!  Freed, Evan Benjamin (I12311)
 
492 LIPSETT-Dr. Samuel. Of Palm Beach, FL and Brevard, NC died peacefully on March 7, 2006. He was 95 and a respected physician. He was a graduate of George Washington University and its medical school. Dr. Lipsett was a US Army Major and served with troops liberating concentration camps during WWII. He was married to the former Anita Wise, who preceded him in death. Dr. Lipsett is survived by his wife Natalie, his children, Dr. Nathan Lipsett and Dr. Helen Lipsett Boehm, their spouses and four grandchildren. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/nytimes/obituary.aspx?n=samuel-lipsett&pid=17109920#sthash.zfyJwmdY.dpuf Lipschitz/Lipsett, Samuel (I483)
 
493 Listed on World War II Draft Card Smith, Joseph (I7385)
 
494 Lived in Philadelphia, PA Owned a Bookstore No Children After sam died Wife moved to CA Goldberg, Sam (I861)
 
495 Location: Field F, Department V, Row 16, Grave Number 99939 Heymann, Emil (I8353)
 
496 Lubetkin Section #68-15 Beit Hamidrash S'hagadol Garfunkel, Bluma (Blume) (I8278)
 
497 Lubetkin section #68-15 Beit Hamidrash S'hagadol Lubetkin, Louis (I8291)
 
498 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2118)
 
499 Many discrepancies on DOB Gottesman, Mendel (I5964)
 
500 Many discrepancies on Petition Gottesman, Mendel (I5964)
 
501 MARGOLSKEE, Justin M. Retired Vice President, Raytheon Company, age 87, of Lexington, on Friday, December 11, 2009. Beloved husband of Helene J. (Friedman) Margolskee. Devoted father of Dr. Jeanne Margolskee of Montclair, NJ, Cynthia Demir & her husband Dr. Oktay J. Demir of Newton, Dr. Robert Margolskee & his wife Dr. Dorothy Margolskee of Voorhees, NJ and Penny Margolskee of Brookline. Loving grandfather of Daniel, Julia, Alison, Melissa and Andrew. Dear brother of Lillian Skolnick & her husband Simon Skolnick of Longmeadow and brother-in-law of Donald Friedman & his wife Jewell Friedman of Franconia, NH. Services at Temple Isaiah, 55 Lincoln Street, Lexington, on Monday, December 14 at 11:30 AM. Interment at the Westview Cemetery, 520 Bedford Street, Lexington. Memorial observance through Monday evening at the late residence. In lieu of flowers, donations in his memory may be made to the MIT Undergraduate Scholarship Fund, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 600 Memorial Drive, W98-200, Cambridge, MA 02139-4822. Levine Chapels, Brookline (617) 277-8300 - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/bostonglobe/obituary.aspx?pid=137196659#sthash.up8dtkZ5.dpuf Margolskee, Justin M. (I1894)
 
502 Mark Garfunkel - CHERRY HILL, NJ - Dr. Mark Garfunkel, 63, of Cherry Hill, New Jersey and husband of Esta Schwitzer Garfunkel, died Tuesday morning, May 28, 2013, at his home. Born in Savannah, Georgia, he was a son of Eve Darmstadter Goldmann and the late Sylvan A. Garfunkel. He is survived by his wife, Esta Schwitzer Garfunkel of Cherry Hill, New Jersey; a daughter, Jennifer Franco of Brooklyn, New York; a son, Sylvan Garfunkel of Manhattan, New York; his mother, Eve Goldmann of Savannah, Georgia; a brother, Alan Garfunkel of Scarsdale, New York; a sister, Debbie Popper of Yardley, Pennsylvania; two grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. The funeral service will be held at 5 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at the graveside, Bonaventure Cemetery, conducted by Rabbi Avigdor Slatus. Remembrances: Congregation Bnai Brith Jacob - 5444 Abercorn Street, Savannah, Georgia 31405 or Rambam Day School - 5111 Abercorn Street, Savannah, Georgia 31405. Please share your thoughts about Dr. Garfunkel and his life at www.gamblefuneralservice.com. Savannah Morning News May 29, 2013 Garfunkel, Mark (I8817)
 
503 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F627
 
504 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F629
 
505 May also go by the name of Cooker / Beresin Cooper, Ethel Beresin (I1614)
 
506 memorial plaque: Cedars : Board 2 Row 01 Line 06
cemetery: BethIsraelCem : Old Cemetery, plot: C-7
notes: closest to fence, on far right of old section
cemetery information source(s) : BethIsraelCem 
Bunevich, Dora (I5146)
 
507 memorial plaque: TBE : 1950A-3 / Cedars : Board 1 Row 09 Line 12 Epstein/Eaton, Louis Jacob (I7561)
 
508 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I848)
 
509 Milender, William "Billy"
of Surprise, Arizona, passed away on August 1, 2009. Survived by his wife Ana, daughter Gabriella, mother Libby Waldman, father Robert Milender, sister Heidi Valdanbrini, brother Jay Milender. Billy was a Deputy Sheriff for Maricopa County. In lieu of flowers those who wish may make donations to The Phoenix 100 Club in the name of Ana Milender for a trust for their daughter. Funeral Services will be at 11:00 A.M. Thursday August 6, 2009 at Chapel of the Chimes Mortuary located at 7924 N. 59 Ave. in Glendale, Arizona. Visitation will be held at the mortuary Wednesday evening from 5-8 P.M. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/azcentral/obituary.aspx?pid=130948803#sthash.YkaEXWEC.dpuf 
Milender, William (I2195)
 
510 Milton Spinoza, physicist, fluid dynamicist; b. Pitts., Feb 7, 1908; s. Benjamin Milton and Anna (Schwartz) P.; m. Isabel Avis Rosanoff, Mar. 28, 1934 (dec. Aug. 1985); children - Michael Ross,Jean Ann Gray, Marjorie Leva, Judith Else. B.S., U. Pitts., 1929, M.S., 1930 Ph.D., Yale U., 1932. Instr. physics U. Rochester, N.Y., 1935-40; head analytical group research lab. DouglasAircraft Co., Santa Monica, Calif., 1942-45; prof. Calif. Inst. Tech., Pasadena 1978-, prof. emeritus, 1976-; adj. prof. UCLA, 1976-; cons to dir. Naval Ordance Test St., Pasadena, 1945-48;cons. General Motors Research Lab., Detroit, 1955-70, Electric Power Research Inst., Palo Alto, Calif., 1971-75, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commn., Washington, 1983-, Editor; Transient Two-Phaseflows-OECD Conf., 1981; contrib. articles to profl. jours. Mem. sci. adv. bd. U.S. Air Force, Washington, 1951-53; mem. sci. adv. council State of Calif., Sacremento, 1959-61; mem. adv. panelin mechs. Nat. Bureau of Standards, Washington, 1959-63, mem. com. reactor safeguards U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commn., Washington, 1975-82, chmn., 1980 Fellow Am. Phys. Soc. (mem. exec. com.fluid dynamics dir. 1963-72); mem. Am. Nuclear Soc. Nat. Acad. Engring. Democrat. Home: 860 Orlando Rd San Marino CA 91108 Office: Clif Inst Tech Pasadena CA 91125 Plesset, Milton Spinoza (I1477)
 
511 Morris Cohen (November 27, 1911 ? May 27, 2005).
Born in Chelsea, Massachusetts, United States, Cohen spent his entire career affiliated with MIT. He graduated from his undergraduate degree in 1933, receiving his doctorate three years later, and was appointed assistant professor of metallurgy in 1937. He was appointed Professor of Physical Metallurgy in 1946, and an Institute Professor in 1975. He took emeritus status in 1982.
He worked on the Manhattan Project during the Second World War. He and his colleagues developed fuel rods for Enrico Fermi's nuclear reactor at the University of Chicago.
He has been awarded the gold medal by the ASM International (formerly American Society for Metals) (1968) and the Japan Institute of Metals (1970), the National Medal of Science in 1976,[1] and the Kyoto Prize in 1987. 
Cohen, Morris (I1833)
 
512 Moses Scheubach Sheinbach, Morris (I3271)
 
513 Mount Sinai Plot D plot: F127 / F128-F2 Finn, Nathan (I3932)
 
514 moved to Boston Efron, Nathan (I4607)
 
515 Mt Sinai, plot: J117-D Finn, Hyman Joseph (I1900)
 
516 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2053)
 
517 Name can also be May Ruth Brayer, Ruth May (I12482)
 
518 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I10)
 
519 Name changed to Kessler in 1947 Horowitz Kessler, Harold (I472)
 
520 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I6288)
 
521 Name shows up as a daughter in the 1880 Census Garfunkel, Anna (I8896)
 
522 Name spelled many times as Efron Efron, Nathan (I4607)
 
523 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I23)
 
524 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I3279)
 
525 Naturalization Index Card lists birth date of 24 Jun 1897 Kazis, Dr. Harry (I4603)
 
526 Naturalization papers state DOB as 3 May 1894 Plesset(t) "Issador", Isadore (I1336)
 
527 Naturalization papers state she was born 25 December 1897 in Lubin, Russia Goldman, Lena (I657)
 
528 Naturalization states DOB 3 May 1894 Levine, Celia (I3305)
 
529 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I10)
 
530 Niece of Rabbi Mordechai Kaplan Rubin, Florence (I8292)
 
531 Not a female, and not 1 yo Skoler, Moses (I3338)
 
532 Notes from family members Left school at 9 years of age Played Semi-Pro baseball and was a team manager Played pool for $ at the Al Caly Pool room in Chelsea Very active in the Chelsea YMHA andthe Progress Club Was not able to go in to WWI because of kidney problems Used the name of Kid Shay Shalek "Jack", Israel Michael (I1029)
 
533 Obituary for Howard W. Klein
Schoharie- Howard W. Klein, 76, of Sunnyside Road, died Thursday, October 29, 2015 at his home following a brief illness.
Howard was born on September 2, 1939 in Worcester, MA to the late Goldie (Feldman) and Edwin Klein.
Howard worked in the maintenance and security departments at the Jewish Healthcare Center in Worcester, MA before retiring.
Howard was of Jewish faith and a member of Temple Emanuel Sinai in Worcester, MA. He also attended the Valley Bible Baptist Church in Cobleskill with his wife Bonnie and loved his extended church family.
He was an avid photographer who loved taking pictures and collecting antique cameras. Howard also enjoyed collecting belt buckles, watches, pens, fishing and eating ice cream.
He was predeceased by his sister: Adele Hirsch in 2014.
Howard is survived by his wife: Bonnie (Schrom) Klein of Schoharie, whom he married on April 4, 1998 and daughters: Laurie Kousi of Worcester, MA, Gwenn (William) Albrecht of Central Bridge; sons: Ralph (Cindy) Wood, Jr. of Schoharie, Kevin Wood of Middleburgh; 9 grandchildren; 3 great-grandchildren; niece: Cynthia Hirsch of Madison, WI; nephew: Robert Hirsch of Natick, MA and several great-nephews.
A funeral service will be held at 11:00am on Saturday, October 31, 2015 at the Valley Bible Baptist Church, 725 Mineral Springs Rd., Cobleskill, NY with Rev. Shawn Foster officiating. Burial will follow in the Middleburgh Cemetery. Family and friends are also invited to a period of visitation to be held from 10:00-11:00am prior to the service at the church.
Memorial contributions are asked to be sent to the Jewish Healthcare Center, 629 Salisbury St., Worcester, MA 01609
Arrangements have been entrusted to the Palmer & Shaylor Funeral Home, Middleburgh and the Mereness-Putnam Funeral Home, Cobleskill. 
Klein, Howard W. (I13320)
 
534 of a cerebral embolism Goldman, Sarah (I628)
 
535 of a cerebral hemmorage Rothstein, Israel Louis (Leib) (I2779)
 
536 of a fall off scaffolding, while working Schulman, Max (I64)
 
537 of a heart attack Pasciuto, Salvator Darrow (I4904)
 
538 of a heart attack Cohen, Julius W. (I1538)
 
539 of a stroke Shalek, Rose (I1168)
 
540 of acute cardiac failure Cohn, Hyman (I982)
 
541 of acute coranary artery occlusion Rosenson, Jacob (I3466)
 
542 of acute leukemia Jaffee, Edward Eli (I7483)
 
543 of acute miocardial infarction Rothstein "Abe", Abraham (I815)
 
544 of Arterio Sclerosis Shalek "Isaac Elihu", Louis (I1023)
 
545 of arterioschlortic heart disease Siegal, Bennett "Buruch" Isaac (I832)
 
546 of arteriosclerotic heart disease Shalek "Jack", Israel Michael (I1029)
 
547 of ascending acute cholengitis Rothstein, Max (I400)
 
548 of ASCUD Rothstein, Frank (I345)
 
549 of bone cancer Finn, Jack (I1903)
 
550 of cancer Schein, Arthur Herman (I7234)
 
551 of cancer Greengus, Robert P. (I6915)
 
552 of cancer Berman, Karen (I1536)
 
553 of carcinoma of the left lung Rosenson, Henry (I3463)
 
554 of cardiopulmonary arrest Lawrence, Joseph (Lubansky) (I3457)
 
555 of chronic lung disease Corash, Nelson (I1293)
 
556 of circulatory failure Etscovitz, Ida (I1195)
 
557 of complications from a stroke Plesset, Lena (I267)
 
558 of complications relating to an automobile accident Berkovitz "Ariyeh Leib", Louis Harry (I265)
 
559 of congestive heart failure Uchecovsky "Elka Raisel", Rose (I2780)
 
560 of congestive heart failure Finn, Hyman Joseph (I1900)
 
561 of congestive heart failure Feinberg, Jennie (I1742)
 
562 of convulsions from influenza Shalek, Ruth Gertrude (I1143)
 
563 of Coronary Sclerosis Plessett, Hilda/Huda (I1443)
 
564 of coronary thrombosis Alexander, Leah (I967)
 
565 of gun shot wounds thru three frontal portion of skull Garfunkle/Garfinkle, David R. (I1744)
 
566 of heart disease Bernstein, Max (I1179)
 
567 of heart disease Bernstein, Susan Miriam (I1142)
 
568 of heart disease Corash, Max H. (I950)
 
569 of heart disease Feldman, Sarah (I901)
 
570 of heart failure Epstein, Chana Hinda (I2027)
 
571 of heart failure due to complications of Muscular Dystrophy Brooks, Micah Alexander (I19)
 
572 of hepatic failure Rothstein, Leon (I420)
 
573 of lung cancer Gordon, Jean Victor (I891)
 
574 of Lymphosarcoma Rothstein, Henry (I354)
 
575 of metastatic cancer of the prostate Rothstein, Saul (I329)
 
576 of multiple injuries suffered in an automobile accident Saslasky, Mary (I1268)
 
577 of osteogenic sarcoma (Paget's Disease) Israel, Anna (I914)
 
578 of pancreatic cancer Cohn, Rubin (I987)
 
579 of Pneumonia Plesset, Leo (I1189)
 
580 of pneumonia Plesset, Herschell (I1182)
 
581 of Polio Kovler, Nathan (I2881)
 
582 of pulmonary tuberculosis Kaplan, Esther (I2529)
 
583 of sepsis due to pregnancy Shapiro, Anna (I1436)
 
584 of shock and septacemia Bashefkin, Ida (I328)
 
585 of Tay Sacs Schweitzer, Joanne (I5687)
 
586 of Tuberculosis Horn, Jack/Jacob (I8592)
 
587 of vetricular fibrillation Lubansky, Isidor (I2030)
 
588 On her headstone her name reads Hadassah Bat (the daughter of) Yichiel Michel. Plessett, Hilda/Huda (I1443)
 
589 On her headstone it lists her last name as Plessettsky Shumyatski "Blumah Shumyatski", Bertha (I2095)
 
590 or Metaparel Meterperel, Annie (I4801)
 
591 Other Name Nochman Plesetzky Plesset, David (I1185)
 
592 Owned a candy store at 97th and Columbus in Manhattan Rothstein, Rose (I469)
 
593 passed New York State Bar exam

NYT 1 Jan 1929 
Turitz, George W. (I7424)
 
594 Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, New York, 1820-1897; (National Archives Microfilm Publication M237, 675 rolls); Records of the U.S. Customs Service, Record Group 36; National Archives, Washington, D.C.

Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, New York, 1897-1957; (National Archives Microfilm Publication T715, 8892 rolls); Records of the Immigration and Naturalization Service; National Archives, Washington, D.C. 
Source (S729)
 
595 Passport Application states DOB 7 Feb 1845 Trager, Isadore (I12500)
 
596 Passport DOB states 15 Apr 1875 and 27 Sep 1876 Visanska, Daniel (I12497)
 
597 Place of death
Valery Volkovich added this on 15 Mar 2012
Most likely the place of death was the village Popovka (now Popivka in Ukranian) near the town of Konotop in Ukraine (then part of Russian Empire). Konotop is listed as place of origin for his wife Bluma Plisetskaya / Plisetski / Plisetsky (maidem name Shumyatskaya) on the passenger manifest of the ship on which she arrived to Philadelphia, and I remember it was mentioned by my grandmother, who was a granddaughter of Yechiel. 
Plisetski "Yechiel Mihel Plessettsky", Yekhiel Mikhel (I1356)
 
598 Place of Death could also be Lynchburg, Campbell County, Virginia Moskowitz, Mildred (I463)
 
599 played tackle for the Providence Steamrollers football team Cohen, Julius W. (I1538)
 
600 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1337)
 
601 PLESSET, HESSEL, Section: 1, Block: E, Map/Path: 75, Lot:, Line: D, Grave: 5, Society: CHAMACH HEDEK BROOKLYN Plesset, Herschell (I1182)
 
602 PLESSETT, ESTHER Section: 1 Block: E Map: 75 Path: Lot: Line: E Society: CHAMACH CHEDEK BROOKLYN Grave: 11 Rabinowitz, Esther (I1183)
 
603 Plot A224 / A224a-F2 Karlin, Aaron (I7787)
 
604 Plot A224 / A224a-F2 Rubin, Rose (I7786)
 
605 Plot G330-S Robinowich, Anna (I8254)
 
606 Plot H107-S Anches, Morris (I8253)
 
607 Pochter, Beverly D, b. 03/14/1924, d. 06/08/1999, US Army, PVT, Res: Durango, CO, Plot: 6 0 97, bur. 06/14/1999 Weintraub, Beverly Doris (I6751)
 
608 Pochter, Irwin P, b. 10/15/1923, d. 06/08/1999, US Army Air Forces, 1ST LT, Res: Durango, CO, Plot: 6 0 97, bur. 06/14/1999 Pochter, Irwin Paul (I6750)
 
609 Possible DOB 6 Jan 1873 Rosenberg, Max Holman (I2900)
 
610 Possible family name is a version of Strelitz Strelow "Peisach", Peter (I570)
 
611 Possible Family Name Lubjinski Lubjinski/Lubin, Nathan Myer (I4231)
 
612 Possibly died giving birth to Amelia [--?--], Malka Bracha (I12470)
 
613 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2122)
 
614 Published in the Poughkeepsie Journal from Jan. 31 to Feb. 1, 2015
Leo Caston

California - Leo Caston, 95, a longtime resident of Poughkeepsie, NY, died January 29, 2015 in California. Born in the Bronx, NY on May 9, 1919, he was the son of Harry and Rose Kastanowitz. He enlisted in the Navy, serving during World War II. On October 28, 1943 he married Helen Canter in New York City. He was a business owner, an avid golfer and bridge player. He was predeceased by his wife, as well as by one brother, Murray. He is survived by his younger brother Robert Caston, his children Hillary and Harris and Caston, as well as his grandchildren Charles, Jonathan, and Erica Caston and Brandon Weinberger, and his great-grandson Alexander. Funeral services will be held on Sunday, February 1, 2015, 12 Noon, at Temple Schomre Israel , Poughkeepsie, NY with Rabbi Eliezer Langer officiating. Burial will be in Schomre Israel Cemetery, LaGrange Ave., Poughkeepsie, NY. Arrangement are entrusted to the Timothy P. Doyle Funeral Home, Inc., 371 Hooker Ave. Poughkeepsie, New York 12603. If you would like to leave an online condolence please visit - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/poughkeepsiejournal/obituary.aspx?n=leo-caston&pid=174016535&fhid=14052#sthash.t1P2cWIu.QbK4MbpR.dpuf 
Kastanowitz/Caston, Leo (I3970)
 
615 Purchase of Burial Plots Volaski, Bertha/Betty (I8736)
 
616 Rabbi Ash?s son-in-law, Boruch Modechai Garfunkel married Betty Volaski from Charleston. They had nine children of which 7 survived into adulthood. Four of their children married and only three had children. Nathan and Lina Adler a brother and sister from Baltimore (immigrated from Kitzingen) married Charles and Rachel ?Tapp? Garfunkel (also a brother and sister). Thus most of Boruch Mordechai?s descendants are the grandchildren and great-grandchildren of Charles and Lina Garfunkel of Savannah and Nathan and Tapp Adler from Baltimore. Almost all of their descendants are still frum and found in communities all over the country. Garfunkel, Benjamin (Baruch) Marcus (I8724)
 
617 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I8745)
 
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619 Reuben married his first wife Ida in Ohio. They had two children who were born there. They later moved to Maine where they had more children. In 1915 they were divorced. All the children remained with the father. It is not clear weather the mother remained in Maine or moved back to Ohio. Rapaport, Ruben (I1613)
 
620 Reuven ben Shmuale Kitain Kitain, Reuven (I6441)
 
621 Roberta Canner (Isaacson)
CANNER, Roberta (Isaacson) 86, of Hyde Park, passed away peacefully November 21, 2009 with her sons at her side. Beloved wife of the late Stanley Canner. Cherished mother of Barry, Neil, the late Paul and the late Ross Canner. Caring daughter of the late Louisa (Rosenberg) and Benjamin Isaacson. Devoted sister of the late Calvin and his wife Helen, the late Arnold and his wife Gertrude and the late Burt and his wife Lynne Isaacson. She is survived by many loving cousins, nieces, nephews, friends and her cat Randi. Roberta attended Capital School of Nursing in Washington DC, graduating as an RN in 1944. She joined the U.S. Army, was commissioned a second lieutenant and served as a surgical nurse during WWII. Graveside services at Sharon Memorial Park, 120 Canton Street, SHARON, on Tuesday, November 24, at 11:45 AM. 
Isaacson, Roberta (I11693)
 
622 Rosenhack, Michael, of Boca Raton, FL, passed away June 16, 2008. Star of David Cemetery and Funeral Home, North Lauderdale.
Published in Sun-Sentinel on June 18, 2008
 
Rosenhack, Michael Gerald (I447)
 
623 Rothstein Family Tree Rothstein "Fishel", Philip (I398)
 
624 Rowena was an attorney. She graduated from Boston University Law School at 19 years of age. She was the first woman to be elected to the School Committee in Chelsea. I was (Sylvia Stone Linden)five years old at the tim and can remember handing out cards asking people to vote for her. She had just turned 21 and thus became eligible to be elected. She was a beautiful person, in looksand ability. Kirle, Rowena (I2182)
 
625 Ruchama Elka Vital Werble, Eleanor (I1344)
 
626 Rumor and family tales have it that David died under mysterious conditions. Garfunkle/Garfinkle, David R. (I1744)
 
627 Rumor has it that Paul's second wife was the former Mayor of Ellenville. Lifschitz, Paul (I560)
 
628 S E N I O R S T A F F B I O S


JOHN COLLIER, Co-Founder and Managing Director

HOWARD GORDON, Co-Founder and Managing Director

ROB LaZEBNIK, Co-Founder and Managing Director

SCOTT RUPP, Co-Founder and Managing Director

TAL O. VIGDERSON, Co-Founder and Managing Director

JAMES KARR, Information Technology Coordinator




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JOHN COLLIER
Co-Founder and Co-President of Production, Icebox.com

As a co-founder of Icebox, John Collier brings not only his extraordinary track record of success in both writing and producing groundbreaking television animation series, but also a multitudeof contacts and relationships with many of the most talented creators in the industry. He presently serves as a Consulting Producer (formerly Co-Executive Producer) of King of the Hill. Mr.Collier has received an Emmy for his work on this widely acclaimed animated television show that is now in its fifth season on the Fox Network.

Prior to his current position at King of the Hill, John Collier served as Supervising Producer for the Fox animated series The Simpsons. During his tenure with this now classic and trulyrevolutionary television show, he received two Emmy awards as well as two Golden Reel awards.

As both a writer and a producer, Mr. Collier brings his well-acknowledged expertise in the fast-growing animation industry, superior production know-how and a sharply honed creativesensibility to the Icebox team. Like his co-founders and long-time good friends, Howard Gordon and Rob LaZebnik, he has developed uncommonly strong and enduring relationships and friendshipswith the best talent in the business-all of which he has put to excellent use in creating Icebox's unparalleled roster of content creators. Perhaps most crucially, Mr. Collier and hiscolleagues have conceived their new venture as a writers' company, which places predominant emphasis on the storyteller and the story.

Mr. Collier received his undergraduate degree from Harvard College where, along with Icebox Co-Founder and Co-President of Production Rob LaZebnik, he was a writer and member of the HarvardLampoon. He is also a graduate of the New York University Film School.

John Collier, 39, lives with his wife and two young children in the Los Angeles area. In his very infrequent spare hours, he counts home repair and painting as consuming obsessions.


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HOWARD GORDON
Co-Founder and Co-President of Production, Icebox.com

Howard Gordon comes to Icebox with more than 15 years of television experience and an enviable record of success both as a writer and producer. Most recently, Mr. Gordon served as a ConsultingProducer for Angel, the WB Network's popular and critically acclaimed spin-off of Buffy, The Vampire Slayer. In addition to his hands-on work at Icebox, he has recently finished shooting,UltraViolet a pilot for the FOX network. Previously, Mr. Gordon was the Creator and Executive Producer of Strange World, a drama for ABC.

It was his award-winning and innovative work at The X-Files that brought Howard Gordon to industry prominence and national attention. Involved in the very beginning on this groundbreakingscience fiction/mystery drama for the Fox Network, Mr. Gordon was the long-running show's Executive Producer and Senior Writer-Producer until 1998.

Before his tenure at The X-Files, Mr. Gordon received critical praise for his writing on the CBS series, Beauty and The Beast. Other credits include the long-running shows, Spenser: For Hireand Sisters. For his work on Beauty and The Beast and The X-Files, Mr. Gordon received three Golden Globes and was nominated for multiple Emmy awards.

Like his co-founders, John Collier and Rob LaZebnik, Mr. Gordon has developed a strong relationship with many of the top names in the industry. He has earned a reputation as one of thebusiness' smartest, most creative collaborative individuals. His understanding of the writer's task, experience behind the scenes and ability to work effectively and inventively with otherwriters and producers are all critically important to both the mission and the ultimate success of Icebox.

Howard Gordon, 39, is a graduate of Princeton University. He lives, with his wife and two children, in the Los Angeles area.


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ROB LaZEBNIK
Co-Founder and Co-President of Production, Icebox.com

Rob LaZebnik brings more than a decade of significant accomplishments as a writer and producer for both live action and animation television programming. Currently, Mr. LaZebnik is theCo-Executive Producer of the Fox Network's animated classic The Simpsons, which continues to be celebrated as one of television history's most influential series.

Prior to joining The Simpsons in 1999, Rob LaZebnik enjoyed great success during his ten-year tenure with Witt-Thomas Productions. There, he served as Executive Producer of Blossom, along-running comedy hit for NBC. He also earned a reputation for strong creative instincts and collaborative skills. Also while at Witt-Thomas, Mr. LaZebnik was the Creator and ExecutiveProducer of the ABC comedy series Common Law as well as Muscle for the WB Network.

Earlier in his career, Mr. LaZebnik wrote for three seasons on HBO's innovative show, Not Necessarily The News. His substantial credits also include a number of pilots for ABC, CBS, NBC andFox.

Like his Icebox co-founders and good friends, John Collier and Howard Gordon, Rob LaZebnik has made an industry name for himself as supporter of writers. As both a writer himself and a fairand skilled television executive, he has been able to call upon his myriad contacts and relationships to help build Icebox's unmatched lineup of collaborators and creators. Sitting around Mr.Gordon's "kitchen conference table," along with Mr. Collier, Mr. LaZebnik helped invent and define Icebox as an unprecedented Internet Animation Studio, where original animation programmingwill be conceived and produced in an atmosphere of true creative liberty.

Rob LaZebnik, 37, is a graduate of Harvard College, where he was a member of the Harvard Lampoon. Mr. LaZebnik lives in the Los Angeles area with his wife and four young children.
 
LaZebnik, Robert (I2405)
 
629 Samuel is Susan's son by a former marriage. His whereabouts are unknown. Shur, Samuel (I1562)
 
630 Savannah, 1903-1907. Charles Garfunkel, said to be the first Jewish Chief of Police. (David Epstein is said to be the second Jewish Chief of Police in Savannah in 1976.). Garfunkel, Charles (I8738)
 
631 Section 6 Ramah Solomon, Anna (I1222)
 
632 Section 6 Ramah, Plot 145 Etscovitz, Max (I1212)
 
633 Section 6 Ramah, Plot 223 Shure, Bertha (I1214)
 
634 Section C, Lot #12 Hamilton, James Leo (I4273)
 
635 Section C, Lot #12 Krasnov, Mary Catherine (I2225)
 
636 Section: 0
Block: 0
Lot: 1672 
Garfunkel, Samuel (I12459)
 
637 Served several terms as Judge Advocate for the Veterans of Foreign Wars Efron, Nathan (I4607)
 
638 Served two years as a Private in the Coast Artillery.
Discharged form the N.Y.N.G. 8th Coast Artillery 33rd Company.
 
Flink "Schleime", Sol (I4958)
 
639 SHALEK, David M. Born in Boston, MA. He was a resident of Boynton Beach, FL, formerly of Sharon, MA passed away on Dec. 25, 2010. Husband of Arlene Kaplan Shalek. Father of James E. (Maxine) Shalek, Michael Shalek and Ellen (Peter) Engel. Grandfather of Zachary, Jared & Brad. Nephew of Lucille Forman Hamburger. Contributions in his memory may be made to Temple Israel, 125 Pond St, Sharon, MA 02067 or Vitas Hospice Charitable Fund, 1901 S. Congress Ave. #420, Boynton Beach, FL 33426.

Published in The Boston Globe on Jan. 2, 2011 
Shalek, David (I1887)
 
640 SHARON ?
Noah Parets, 13, felt something had changed when he returned to his Sharon home last week, after an absence of more than two months. ?I thought, ?Wow, I must have grown, because the house felt smaller,?? said Noah, who is 4 feet, 8 inches tall and made his stage debut July 1 as the star of the Broadway national tour of ?Billy Elliot the Musical.? The Tony Award-winning musical runs at The Opera House from July 24 to Aug. 19.
Noah isn?t taller than he was in April, but his house may seem smaller because his world has grown significantly since he started training for the demanding role of Billy Elliot. Playing an English boy who confounds his working-class father to pursue his dream of being a ballet dancer, Noah not only has to excel in dance, but also sing and act.
After a recent debut in Louisville, Ky., Noah received three standing ovations. The elation he felt sharply contrasted with his fright in the minutes before the curtain opened.
?I felt incredible,? Noah said. ?It was like nothing I had ever done before. And when the audience clapped, I felt such energy.?
Dancing is second nature to Noah, who dances five to six days a week at The Gold School in Brockton and is the American Dance Awards? Junior Male Dancer of the Year 2011. But he had never acted or sung onstage. Nonetheless, at an open casting call in New York City in September, the casting director was won over by his dancing talent and his first attempts at singing and acting. He was called back to audition again for two full days in January, and he found out he got the part in February.
That doesn?t surprise his teacher, Rennie Gold, the school?s owner and director.
?Noah is mature beyond his years when it comes to how he trains,? said Gold, who has taught Noah jazz, modern, ballet and tap since he was 7. ?He?s very focused and learns quickly. When he first came to the school, I saw that he had tremendous potential.?
?Footloose? actor and Stoughton native Kenny Wormald also got his start at The Gold School.
Noah is a compact bundle of talent, who moves with the good posture and grace common to dancers. At ease in conversation, he has a warm smile, large, expressive blue eyes with long lashes and well-proportioned features. He also remains humble, aware of how much more he can learn.


Read more: http://www.patriotledger.com/archive/x1446676313#ixzz29DNPQxZs 
Parets, Noah (I12048)
 
641 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I108)
 
642 Shomrei Emunah section, National Capitol Hebrew Cemetery, Washington, DC. Reburied in Har Tamir, Jerusalem. Werble, Eleanor (I1344)
 
643 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1066)
 
644 Spoke good english, wore earings.
Possibly part German Fanny was well educated could read Hebrew but was not religious.
On her way home from a Bar Mitzvah, after being dropped off at her door, she reeled around and died of a cerebral hemorage. Neighbor saw her and thought she was drunk 
Lapidus, Fanny E. (I1174)
 
645 Srul Plessettsky via Glasgow Scottland Plesset(t) "Issador", Isadore (I1336)
 
646 SSDI birth date Gorrelick, Rabbi Benjamin H. (I8431)
 
647 SSDI DOB December 16, 1901 Penziner, Carl H. (I989)
 
648 SSDI has birth as 20 Jan 1904 Corash, Julius H. (I1270)
 
649 SSI gives date of birth as 18 Jul 1900 Garfunkel, Esther (I8285)
 
650 SSN lists DOB as 15 Dec 1893 Berman, Harry James (I3358)
 
651 SSN states DOB 15 Nov 1886 Sheinbach, Morris (I3271)
 
652 Stawicki, Stephan P. "Stevie" Entered Heaven on June 10, 2013, at the age of 61. Special son of Margaret and the late Raymond Stawicki. Beloved brother of Raymond, Richard (Aliceann), Peggy (Bob) McChesney, Jimmy, Susan (Billie) Gallagher, Kris, Jerry (Lisa), and Charles. Also loved by aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, other relatives, and friends. Visitation at the Funeral Home on Friday, June 14, from 4:00-5:45PM. Celebration of Stephan's life at 6:00PM. A special thank you to the caring staff at Meadowbrook Home in Watertown, WI.
Published in Milwaukee Journal Sentinel on June 12, 2013 - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/jsonline/obituary.aspx?n=stephan-p-stawicki-stevie&pid=165281488&fhid=5684#sthash.ixayNyjG.dpuf 
Stawicki, Stephen P. (I6673)
 
653 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1318)
 
654 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I92)
 
655 Stillborn Castleman, [--?--] (I12925)
 
656 Stuart Cullen was in the room when he passed away.
He had an enlarged heart and was on morphine to control the pain.
Edith thought that he may have overdosed on the morphine because he thought it was time and he was not able to do anything anymore. 
Tzerlin/Goldman "Hirschel Naich", Harry W. (I29)
 
657 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I252)
 
658 Sumner "Al" Brooks Brooks "Hosea Yehuda", Sumner Alan (I9)
 
659 Sumner A. Berkovitz of 60 Amherst Street, Worcester Mass., after much discussion with his grandmother Sophie enlisted in the United States Army on the 16th of December 1946, at Fort Banks,Massachusetts. Brooks "Hosea Yehuda", Sumner Alan (I9)
 
660 Sumner attended Midland Street Grammar School in Worcester for nine years. Brooks "Hosea Yehuda", Sumner Alan (I9)
 
661 Sybil Faith Resnik
8/10/2012 at 10:15 AM
10:15 AM Chapel Service with interment to follow at Mount Hebron Cemetery located in Flushing, NY. Rabbi Alan Lucas spiritual leader of Temple Beth Sholom Of Roslyn will officiate. As an expression of sympathy, memorial contributions may be sent In memory of SYBIL RESNIK to: CancerCare 275 Seventh Avenue Floor 22 New York, NY 10001 (212) 712-8400 OR Temple Beth Sholom of Roslyn 401 Roslyn Road Roslyn Heights, N.Y. 11577 (516) 621-2288 www.tbsroslyn.org 
Rabinowitz, Sybil Faith (I922)
 
662 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I194)
 
663 T stands for Thomas or Theodore Guggenheim, George T. (I8838)
 
664 Talent manager Lois Zetter dies
12:48 PM PST 11/25/2009 by Staff report , AP

Clients included John Travolta, Patrick Swayze
Lois Zetter, a talent manager whose firm represented John Travolta for more than a decade, died Nov. 17 in Carlsbad, Calif., after a brief illness. She was 70.

In 1971, Zetter and her agent, Bob LeMond, formed LeMond/Zetter Management in Los Angeles. LeMond had discovered Travolta as a 16-year-old doing supper theater in New Jersey a year earlier, and the firm repped the actor until 1982, when Travolta departed for CAA.

LeMond/Zetter also managed such actors as Patrick Swayze, Katherine Helmond, Mickey Rourke, Mark Harmon, Holland Taylor and Barry Bostwick, and they received producer credits on the Travolta films "Moment by Moment" (1978), "Urban Cowboy" (1980) and "Blow Out" (1981).

Zetter began in show business as an actress, singer and comedian in New York, with roles in stage productions of "Fiddler on the Roof" and "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying." As a second career, she became an art expert and dealer.

Survivors include her husband, Walt Unterseher, and a brother, Bruce Zetter. Donations in her honor can be made to Fraternity House, a care facility for men and women with AIDS, in Vista, Calif., or to the Lois Zetter Theatre Arts Scholarship Fund at Brandeis University in Waltham, Mass. 
Zetter, Lois Claire (I1939)
 
665 Tay Sacs Hahn, Beth Naomi (I5743)
 
666 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2123)
 
667 The e-mail correspondence related to Margolskee family research Margolskee, Julius M. (I5511)
 
668 The e-mail correspondence related to Margolskee family research Margolskee, Marshall V. (I5510)
 
669 The e-mail correspondence related to Margolskee family research Goldstein, Bessie (I5509)
 
670 The e-mail correspondence related to Margolskee family research Margolskee, Abraham (I5508)
 
671 The e-mail correspondence related to Margolskee family research Margolskee, Rachel Leah (I5507)
 
672 The e-mail correspondence related to Margolskee family research Margolskee, Rose (I5506)
 
673 The e-mail correspondence related to Margolskee family research [--?--], Celia (I5505)
 
674 The e-mail correspondence related to Margolskee family research Mallett, Della M. (I5504)
 
675 The e-mail correspondence related to Margolskee family research Margolskee, Mark (I5503)
 
676 The e-mail correspondence related to Margolskee family research Margolskee, Cecile Rachel (I5502)
 
677 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I5500)
 
678 The e-mail correspondence related to Margolskee family research Margolskee, Gertrude (I5499)
 
679 The e-mail correspondence related to Margolskee family research Solomon, Sara (I5498)
 
680 The e-mail correspondence related to Margolskee family research Margolskee, Israel Maurice (I5497)
 
681 The e-mail correspondence related to Margolskee family research Gelbert, Rebecca (I5496)
 
682 The e-mail correspondence related to Margolskee family research Margolskee, Hyman (I5495)
 
683 The e-mail correspondence related to Margolskee family research Bornstein, Sura Ruchla (I5494)
 
684 The e-mail correspondence related to Margolskee family research Margulski/Margolskee/Margolshee, Judka/Julius (Israel?) (I5493)
 
685 The e-mail correspondence related to Margolskee family research Cline, Celia (I5491)
 
686 The e-mail correspondence related to Margolskee family research Blumberg, Sarah (I5490)
 
687 The e-mail correspondence related to Margolskee family research Margolskee, Louis (I5489)
 
688 The e-mail correspondence related to Margolskee family research Margolskee, H. Lillian (I1909)
 
689 The e-mail correspondence related to Margolskee family research Margolskee, Justin M. (I1894)
 
690 The e-mail correspondence related to Margolskee family research Margolskee, Israel Paul (I1893)
 
691 The e-mail correspondence related to Margolskee family research Shalek, Ida Tena (I1169)
 
692 The spelling is from Judka's Polish marriage record. I seem to recall that on Louis' marriage record, he anglecized Judka to Julius. Judka's Hebrew name was Yehuda. The spelling Sura Ruchla is also from the Polish marriage record. Margulski/Margolskee/Margolshee, Judka/Julius (Israel?) (I5493)
 
693 The spelling is from Judka's Polish marriage record. I seem to recall that on Louis' marriage record, he anglecized Judka to Julius. Judka's Hebrew name was Yehuda. The spelling Sura Ruchla is also from the Polish marriage record. Bornstein, Sura Ruchla (I5494)
 
694 There is a story that Leo was married in Russia and had a child when he came to the US.

No one knows what happened to thefirst "family" since when he came to the US he got married again. 
Plesset, Leo (I1189)
 
695 This Armband was a piece of clothing worn by Block Wardens who were civilian soldiers charged with defending their towns and cities during World War II. Each warden was assigned to a city block shortly after the bombing of Pearl Harbor. With their white helmets and armbands, they were designated to enforce Blackouts or Brownouts. It was also their job to make sure that the area they were assigned to didn't have any lights on, therefore, enemy bombers could not use lights to decide where to bomb. This armband was worn by Bangor resident, Myer Minsky. For more information about this item, contact: Bangor Museum and Center for History 159 Union Street, Bangor, ME 04401 (207) 942-1900 Minsky, Myer (I3349)
 
696 This was Fannies 10th child Silverman, Baby (I4154)
 
697 Though Harry was born in New York he has a Maine birth certificate. Etscovitz, Harry Louis (I1192)
 
698 Toby was a 1/2 sister I think she shared the same mother.
She married a man named Bernstein and then went to S. St. Marie, MI. They then came to Chelsea to live with Susan Bernstein Shalek She had a daughter Beatrice b. 1915(?) lives around boston.Beatrice married Nathan Tarmy an avid zionist.
Toby married again to Max, Max had a son Norman. This was the second marriage for both 
Bernstein, Toba/Toby (I1176)
 
699 Tuerk, Jerome (Jerry), 79, of Davie, FL died June 18, 2002. Beloved husband of Roxanne. Loving father of Jay Tuerk, Laurie Alongi, and Sheri Labos. Dear brother of Stanley (Barbara) Tuerk. Cherished grandfather of eight and adored great grandfather of three. Arrangements entrusted to: PHILIP M. WEINSTEIN'S SHALOM MEMORIAL CHAPELS 1-877-554-7878 Tuerk, Jerome (I112)
 
700 Tuerk, Stanley of Tamarac, FL., passed away on March 23, 2011. Originally from the Bronx, NY, he was a Dress manufacturer in NYC for many years. He is survived and loved by his wife of 59 years Barbara, his three sons, two daughters in-law and four grandchildren. Chapel services today 2pm at Levitt-Weinstein Memorial Chapel, 8135 W. McNab Rd., Tamarac (954)721-2500. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/sunsentinel/obituary.aspx?n=stanley-tuerk&pid=149615998#sthash.v5ZTHHWO.dpuf


Published in Sun-Sentinel on Mar. 25, 2011 
Tuerk, Stanley (I6)
 
701 Twin [--?--], [--?--] (I5116)
 
702 Twin [--?--], [--?--] (I5115)
 
703 United in Marriage at Dobson Inn, Mesa, AZ
Officiated by Rabi Samuel Wrubel 
Source (S165)
 
704 United States, Selective Service System, World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918, Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration Source (S366)
 
705 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2143)
 
706 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2117)
 
707 Unverified info Pisetzky, Anna (I83)
 
708 Url: http://davidkrut.com/pj/index.php Source (S703)
 
709 Used to smoke cigars. Was very aristocratic. Died on a trolly car on her way back to Boston from Chelsea after Win was born. Died of a heart attack Ectenstein "Bessie", Elizabeth (I1365)
 
710 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2144)
 
711 Violinist and bandleader, Leo Reisman was born in Boston in 1897. He began studying the violin at age ten and by his early teens was performing with hotel bands and in 1919 formed his ownband.

Dubbed “The String Quartet of Dance Bands” by Jerome Kern, the Leo Reisman Orchestra featured pianists Eddy Duchin, Harold Arlen, Nat Brandywynne, Johnny Green vocalists Fred Astaire, LeeWiley and Dinah Shore, trumpeters Max Kaminsky and Bubba Miley and cornetist Johnny Dunn.

From 1921 through 1941, the Reisman Orchestra recorded nearly 80 hits on the pop charts including the #1 recordings of “The Wedding of the Painted Doll” (1929), “Paradise” (1932), “night andDay” (1932), “Stormy Weather” (1933) and “The Continental (You Kiss While You’re Dancing)” (1934).

Leo Reisman died on December 18, 1961 in New York City. 
Reisman, Leo Frank (I7236)
 
712 Virginia or Germany Demelman, Rachael A. (I3269)
 
713 Volytsya, Ukraine Fertel/Grossman "Leib Aryeh Fertel", Louis (I2477)
 
714 Voter Registration Data Guggenheim, George T. (I8838)
 
715 Voter Registration Data Guggenheim, Clifford Raphael (I8840)
 
716 Voter Registration Data Raphael, Florence Rita (I8783)
 
717 Voyage from Capetown to London Abelsky "Barney", Barnet (I3821)
 
718 Voyage from London to Capetown Abelsky "Barney", Barnet (I3821)
 
719 WARTOW , Ronald On February 7, 2011, Ronald Wartow , devoted brother of Frani Wartow; beloved uncle of Craig and Lisa Luntz, Jaime and Cesar Dominguez; cherished great-uncle of Shayna Luntz. Also survived by many loving aunts, uncles and cousins; beloved son of the late Florence and Mark Wartow. Wartow, Ronald (I1969)
 
720 WARTOW, Ardele Of Chestnut Hill, on October 8, 2012. Dear daughter of Morris and the late Bess (Schlosberg) Wartow. Loving sister of Linda Wartow of Palm Beach Fl. Services at the Brezniak-Rodman Chapel, 1251 Washington St., NEWTON (corner of Chestnut St.) on Wednesday, October 10, 2012 at 11 am. Following interment, memorial observance will be held at The Chestnut Hill Towers, 250 Hammond Pond Parkway, until 9 pm. In lieu of flowers, donations in her memory may be made to the National Pancreatic Foundation, Eastern MA Chapter, 101 Federal St., Suite 1900, Boston, MA 02110. Wartow, Ardell (I1967)
 
721 Was 38 years old when she died [--?--], Michla (I589)
 
722 Was 96 years old when he died. Gurewitz, Hirschel (I588)
 
723 was a twin to Isaac [--?--], [--?--] (I6430)
 
724 was honored as Pharmacist of the Year by the Worcester County Parmaceutical Association at a dinner in the Hotel Bancroft Corbin, Maurice Walter (I902)
 
725 Was in the barrell business with Nathan in Portland, ME Finn, Hyman Joseph (I1900)
 
726 Was in the Russian Army.
Died as a result of service? 
Flink, Hyman (I4955)
 
727 Was rejected from leaving England. Crossed off Passenger List because of Strabismus (Cross Eyed) Jenkins "Eva", Sarah (I13672)
 
728 Was rejected from leaving England. Crossed off Passenger List because of Strabismus (Cross Eyed) Jenkins "Eva", Sarah (I13672)
 
729 was Rhode Island Mother of the Year Loitman, Dr. Clara (I4634)
 
730 Weinberg, Herbert, age 89, of Boynton Beach, died on October 14, 2008. Graveside services will be held at Lakeside Cemetery, Doral, FL on Thursday, October 16, 2008 at 11:00 AM. Arrangements by Levitt-Weinstein Memorial Chapel, 7500 N. State Road 7, Coconut Creek, FL 33073, 954-427-6500. Weinberg, Herbert (I34)
 
731 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2142)
 
732 WORCESTER -- Gary N. Luboda, 61, of Worcester, died on Tuesday, March 24, 2015, at UMass Memorial Medical Center - University Campus after an illness. Born in Worcester, Gary was the son of Edward and Irene "Dolly" (Coven) Luboda and lived many years in Leicester until moving to Worcester.

His wife, Jayn (Berkowitz) Luboda died in 2002. He leaves two sons, Joshua Luboda of Paxton and Jacob Luboda of Worcester; a daughter, Jillian Luboda of Paxton; a brother, David Luboda of Sterling; a granddaughter, Xena Rose; and many cousins.

Gary graduated from Leicester High School and worked 18 years as a machinist specializing in medical diagnostics at FLEXcon in Spencer. He later worked at Ragsdale Chevrolet, Baker Motors and most recently, Adesa Auctions in Framingham until his recent illness.

He was very knowledgeable regarding the makes and models of cars and was a founding member of the Massachusetts Firebird Club. He had a discernible palate and was an adventurous eater. He could tell you where to eat at various diners throughout New England. Other interests included gardening and attended race car events. Gary was considered a hard worker and provider for his family and will be remembered as a devoted husband, father,grandfather and friend.

FUNERAL SERVICES WILL BE HELD AT 2 PM ON THURSDAY, MARCH 26, AT TEMPLE EMANUEL SINAI, 280 MAY STREET, WORCESTER UNDER THE DIRECTION OF RICHARD PERLMAN OF MILES FUNERAL OF HOLDEN. Burial will follow at B'Nai Brith Cemetery in Worcester. Memorial observance will be announced at the time of the funeral service. Please omit flowers. Memorial contributions may be made to a charity of the donor's choice. 
Luboda, Gary (I12951)
 
733 Worcester Telegram & Gazette (MA) *
October 29, 1993
Column: CENTRAL MASS DIGEST
*CENTRAL MASS DIGEST*
Edition: WACHUSETT; NORTH; RT. 9
WEST; BLACKSTONE VALLEY; RT. 9 EAST;
Section: LOCAL NEWS
Page: B2
Dateline: WORCESTER
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WORC, PHARMACIES, MEDICAID, FRAUD, CRIME, COURT RECORDS
Estimated printed pages: 2
Article Text:
Guilty plea in Medicaid fraud

A Worcester pharmacy owner pleaded guilty yesterday in Suffolk Superior
Court to taking $5,000 and filing false claims for payment from the
Medicaid program.

Attorney General Scott Harshbarger's office said Theodore Ronald Zive of
82 Newton Ave. North was sentenced by Judge Charles Grabeau to a
one-year suspended sentence in the House of Correction and ordered to
perform 150 hours of community service and pay $30,000 in fines,
penalties and restitution. Zive pleaded guilty to charges against him
and the former University Pharmacy of 15 counts of filing false Medicaid
claims and one count of larceny over $250.

According to Harshbarger's office, between March 1990 and June 1993,
Zive and University Pharmacy billed the Medicaid program for
prescription drugs and durable goods that were never provided to the
Medicaid recipients named on the bills. Zive and University Pharmacy
substituted cheaper generic drugs when filling brand name prescriptions
for Medicaid recipients, but billed the Medicaid program for the more
expensive brand-name drugs. He also intentionally provided false
information to the Department of Public Welfare when submitting invoices
for payment, according to the attorney general.

"Although the actual amount of funds stolen is not large, this case
represents flagrant abuse of the Medicaid system," Harshbarger said.
"When a provider of Medicaid services defrauds the system, regardless of
the amount of the loss, the taxpayers of the commonwealth pay."

Copyright (c) 1993 Worcester Telegram & Gazette Corp.
Record Number: 931029 
Zive, Theodore Ronald (I3751)
 
734 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I110)
 
735 World War 2 Draft Registration Card states DOB as 15 Jun 1883 Plesset(t) "Issador", Isadore (I1336)
 
736 World War I draft Card states a birthdate of 25 December 1896 Kahn, Morris (I8519)
 
737 World war I Draft Card states birth date of 10 September 1894 Pochter, George (I6623)
 
738 World War I Draft Card states birthday as 11 December 1895 Korff, William (I5923)
 
739 World War I Draft Card states birthday of 1 June 1897 Kazis, Dr. Harry (I4603)
 
740 World War I Draft Card states birthday of 15 September 1886 Karlin, Aaron (I7787)
 
741 World War I Draft Registration Card list his birthday as 15 January 1894 Greengus, Thomas (I3919)
 
742 World War I Draft Registration Card states a birtdate of 25 December 1899 Moskowitz, Albert (I456)
 
743 World War I Draft Registration Card states a birthday of June 1873 Mazick, Max (I3988)
 
744 World War I Draft Registration Card states birth date as the winter of 1885 Rothstein "Simcha", Samuel (I431)
 
745 World War I Draft Registration Card states birth date of 12 Mar 1883 Shur, Rubin (I1426)
 
746 World War I Draft Registration Card states birth date of 13 May 1884 Shalek, Julius (I1025)
 
747 World War I Draft Registration Card states birth date of 15 April 1883 Plesset(t) "Issador", Isadore (I1336)
 
748 World War I Draft Registration Card states birth date of 15 Dec 1893 Saltzman, Louis E. (I5155)
 
749 World War I Draft Registration Card states birth date of 15 July 1884 Shure, Israel (I1213)
 
750 World War I Draft Registration Card states birth date of 15 Nov 1881 Tarmy, Solomon (I4009)
 
751 World War I Draft Registration Card states birth date of 16 Aug 1875 Rothstein "Hillel", Charles (I327)
 
752 World War I Draft Registration Card states birth date of 17 June 1885 Rapaport, Louis (I1424)
 
753 World War I Draft Registration Card states birth date of 24 November 1878

World War II Draft Registration Card states birth date of 24 Oct 1878 
Plesset, Benjamin Milton/Michael (I1353)
 
754 World War I Draft Registration Card states birth date of 25 Oct 1892 Sandler, Herman / Hyman (I4076)
 
755 World War I Draft Registration Card states birth date of 4 July 1893 as well as being born in Harditz, Russia Plesset, David (I1185)
 
756 World War I Draft Registration Card states birthday of 15 February 1892 Leviton, Abraham (I3001)
 
757 World War I Draft Registration Card states birthday of 17 November 1898 Mordecai, Daniel (I7703)
 
758 World War I Draft Registration Card states birthday of 2 May 1882 Krentzman, Samuel (I1133)
 
759 World War I Draft Registration Card states birthday of 24 December 1894 Mitchnick, Samuel (I8581)
 
760 World War I Draft Registration Card states birthday of 26 May 1888 Minsky, Myer (I3349)
 
761 World War I Draft Registration Card states first name of Lewis Plessett, Louis Morton (I1441)
 
762 World War I Draft Registration Card states his birthday of 18 Aug 1900 Etscovitz, Samuel Louis (I1209)
 
763 World War I Draft Registration Card states name as Isiah Shur Shure, Israel (I1213)
 
764 World War I Draft Registration Card states name as Rubn Shur Shur, Rubin (I1426)
 
765 World War II Draft Card states birthday as 26 December 1888 Gorski, Leon (I3621)
 
766 World War II Draft Registration Card states a birth date of 4 February 1893 Plesset, David (I1185)
 
767 WWI and WWII Draft Card states DOB as 28 Aug 1891 Nathan, Edgar Joshua Jr. (I5953)
 
768 WWI Draft card states DOB as 12 Dec 1900 Plessett, Louis Morton (I1441)
 
769 WWII Draft Card says DOB 15 Feb 1884 Visanska, Asher Solomon (I12496)
 
770 WWII Draft Card states dob as 15 Jan 1896 Greengus, Thomas (I3919)
 
771 WWII lists dob as 14 Mar 1892 Greengus, William Billy Frank (I3795)
 
772 Year of birth could also be 1893 Abrams, Jack (I12166)
 
773 Year of Birth is incorrect should be around 1917 Potter, Lillian Ruth (I5287)
 
774 Yes his son-in-law, Boruch Modechai Garfunkel, did remarry Betty Volaski after the death of Rabbi Ash?s daughter. They lived in Savannah, Ga. where they raised their family. There is a book written by Milton Gottesman which was published by the American Jewish Historical Society in New York titled ?Hoopskirts and Huppas ? A Chronicle of the Early Years of the Garfunkel-Trager Family in America 1856-1920? which provides some details of the family history. I do not believe that I am related to the david-davidson family. I am a great-grandchild of Boruch Modechai Garfunkel. Garfunkel, Benjamin (Baruch) Marcus (I8724)
 
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789 ||SSDI says DOB August 20, 1903 Goldman, Irving (I31)