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Frances Goodman (Kreinik)

Also Known As: "Fannie"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: New York, NY, USA
Death: (Date and location unknown)
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Daughter of Zalmon Kreinik and Gussie A Kreinik
Wife of Nelson Goodman
Mother of <private> Goodman
Sister of Joseph M. Kreinik; <private> Kreinik; Rya (Rye) Friedlaender; Ruth E. Schloss; Arthur Kreinik and 1 other
Half sister of Sadie Wright and Helen Wright

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NY State Census 1910 Household Relation to head Name Age Head Solomon Kreinik 50 Wife Gussie Kreinik 36 Daughter Sadie Kreinik 17 Daughter Helen Kreinik 11 Daughter Fannie Kreinik 7 Son Joseph Kreinik 7 Son Harry Kreinik 6 Daughter Rosalind Kreinik 5 Daughter Ruth Kreinik 2 http://www.myheritage.com/research/collection-10132/1910-united-states-federal-census?itemId=154771331-&groupId=ccef64d8aa75427b09e5f893e7a8e7ba&action=showRecord

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Frances Goodman's Timeline

1909
September 1909
New York, NY, USA
1932
December 18, 1932
Age 23
New York, New York, New York, United States

Noise Awakens Family In Home Filled With Monoxide Fumes

December 1932
Age 23
New York, New York, New York, United States

This date does not comport with when Arthur was born, but the article has the place and names right.
http://www.myheritage.com/research/collection-10025/newspaper-archi...
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San Antonio Light Jan 22 1933

A month later (after November 1932) two babies, on the same day, saved the lives of eleven people from gas and fire.
Arthur Kreinik, two years old, got restless in his crib and squirmed around until he fell through the side bars. He landed on the floor with a thump which awakened his mother. Mrs. Kreinik found their apartment home at No. 701 West 177th Street, New York City, was filled with coal gas. The child's sisters, Reba, Ruth and Frances, and his brother Joseph, were all overcome.
Mrs. Kreinik aroused her husband, who called the police and the Rescue Squad arrived with pulmeters and revived those overcome.

1937
January 1937
Age 27

The Kreinicle, March, 1937: It's out -- Frances K. and Nelson Goodman engaged early in January. And what a good an says his prospective brother in law. "Nu when is the simcha!" 000000 - - - - - - 000000

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