Miriam Jacobowitz (יאקאבאוויטש) (Friedman) (c.1846 - c.1883)

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Birthplace: Hungary
Death: Died in Humenné, Humenné, Prešov Region, Slovakia
Cause of death: Miscarriage?
Managed by: David Jacobowitz
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About Miriam Jacobowitz (יאקאבאוויטש) (Friedman)

(Mary, Refka)

Leah Kreinik Jacobowitz's dream, "As I Remember," 1962, Addendum, p.6

" After I became engaged to Pop (we lived on W. 81st St. in N.Y. and I had my own room), I dreamed one night that I WOKE UP and sat up in bed; a visitor was coming in, a medium height woman, dressed in dark or black clothes covering her completely; she had red hair, a freckled face with a longish nose, and I KNEW HER! she was Pop's Mother. She slowly walked along to the head of the bed, and disappeared, and then I really woke up. I had never seen a photo of her, and when I described her to Pop, he said that was surely his Mother, as much as he could remember her. She was devoted to her scholarly husband, more suited for study than business; worked hard all her life, helping with dairy produce to sell, and died at an early age after a miscarriage, like the kind I had twice."

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Miriam Jacobowitz (יאקאבאוויטש)'s Timeline

1846
1846
Hungary
1866
1866
Age 20
Hungary
1867
July, 1867
Age 21
1870
September, 1870
Age 24
Hungary
1873
September 10, 1873
Age 27

http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=ww1draft&h=328537...
A different birth date.
World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918 about Morris Aaron Jacobowitz
Name: Morris Aaron Jacobowitz
City: Jersey City
County: Hudson
State: New Jersey
Birth Date: 10 Sep 1873
Race: White
FHL Roll Number: 1712203
DraftBoard: 1

1877
March 28, 1877
Age 31
Košice Region, Slovakia
1879
July 23, 1879
Age 33
Humenné, Prešovský kraj, Slovakia

Born 211 Kilometers from his future bride, Leah Kreinik, in Zblobien, Poland:
http://maps.google.com/maps?saddr=Zg%C5%82obie%C5%84,+Poland&da...

1883
June 6, 1883
Age 37
1883
Age 37
Humenné, Humenné, Prešov Region, Slovakia

Did she die in childbirth?

LKJ As I Remember: " She was devoted to her scholarly husband, more suited for study than business; worked hard all her life, helping with dairy produce to sell, and died at an early age (37) after a miscarriage,..."

1906
February 18, 1906
Age 37
New York, NY, United States

Marriage Certificate says Leah is Age 20. She is actually 24. Her name is spelled "Lea Kreinick."
http://www.uvm.edu/~djacobow/images/family/elias_leah_jacobowitz/el...

Katubah:
http://www.uvm.edu/~djacobow/images/family/elias_leah_jacobowitz/el...

"Wedding invitations were issued one to a family in those days, and that meant the whole family, with just a prayer that the small fry would be left at home. Father Wolf Jacobowitz performed the ceremony, just as in due time, he performed the ritual ceremony for Bud and Norman. The reception was in Manhattan Lyceum on E. 4th St. Over six hundred people came (four hundred invitations issued), besides many gate crashers, and the tables were set four times, yet Mother had some chickens to take home." Leah Kreinik Jacobowitz, As I Remember, 1962, pp. 34-35.

"... our marriage was started with the covenant that we would never go to sleep angry; we would talk things over, make peace. There was no domineering, only cooperation." LKJ As I Remember, 1962, p.79