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Sarah Gould (1884 - c.1914)

Hebrew name: Tzirel bat Reb Mordechai -- Tzirel is a variant of Sarah/Sore. So, Sarah the daughter of Reb Mordechai. Reb is an honorific title, like "Mr." [Update November 2011: I may have found the ...

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Samuel Weintraub (1886 - 1950)

Birth: Aug. 22, 1886 Death: Jun. 28, 1950 Inscription: Iowa PVT ORD DEPT World War I Burial: Iowa Veterans Home Cemetery Marshalltown Marshall County Iowa, USA Plot: Secti...

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Zundel Fryer (c.1883 - 1930)

Like Asher ben Yaakov, his father is Jacob. Like Abraham, probably Asher's son, he is from Belogorodka. Like Asher, he is a tailor. It seems likely that he is related to Asher, as a much younger brot...

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Samuel Fryer (c.1883 - d.)

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Jacob Bernard יעקב שמואל Shapiro (1870 - 1923)

Birth: Jul. 1, 1870, Russian Federation Death: Mar. 30, 1923 Saint Louis, St. Louis County. Missouri, USA Husband of Pauline Weintraub Shapiro. Father of Samuel, Anna (Werner) and Herman C....

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Mayer Schneiderman (1879 - 1935)

Need to go back again and research this family. Not the Gilman - Schneiderman family that Beile and Rosalie (Rookie) belong to. That was Abe Schneiderman married to Beile with children Hyman and Rosali...

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Abraham Fryer (1877 - 1919)

Abraham Fryer was born in 1877 in Belogorodka (Volhynia), Russian Empire (now Ukraine). We know that from his naturalization record. He states his birth is October 7, 1877. His gravestone and the Calif...

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Asher ben Yaakov Fryer (1846 - 1920)

Abraham Preegorman (known as Abraham Fryer) seems to be the son of Asher Fryer of Russia and Chicago. Abraham gave Belogorodka as his birthplace, thus making it likely that Asher and his family are rel...

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Charles (Isaac or Judah) Fryer (1845 - 1927)

Given name on the death certificate of his son Samuel is "Isaac" as Samuel's father. Given name on ship manifest - Judel (hard to read). JUDEL FRIER City of Berlin, left Hamburg on July 15, 1883. I...

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Samuel Fryer (1870 - 1916)

Son of Charles (Isaac) and Mary (Malka) Weintraub Fryer. Married Jennie Mintz. They had three sons Jacob, Albert, and George. Samuel died in 1914 but Jennie Fryer and several of her sons lived together...

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Gabriel Rubenstein (1864 - 1928)

It seems that Gabriel's son and grandson used the surname "Reib," which would mean that Gabriel was a relative of Max Reib Rubenstein, not Fannie Rubenstein. Arrived 1882. Naturalized in Muscatine, I...

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Samuel Wolf Rivkin (1890 - 1955)

Immigrated 1891 from Russia. Groom's Name: Sam Rivkin Groom's Birth Date: 1887 Groom's Birthplace: Russia Groom's Age: 31 Bride's Name: Florence Fryer Bride's Birth Date: 1897 Bri...

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Florence R Rivkin (c.1897 - 1982)

Groom's Name: Sam Rivkin Groom's Birth Date: 1887 Groom's Birthplace: Russia Groom's Age: 31 Bride's Name: Florence Fryer Bride's Birth Date: 1897 Bride's Birthplace: England Bride...

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Abraham N. Fryer (1873 - 1924)

Name: Abram N. Fryer Gender: Male Burial Date: 27 Jul 1924 Burial Place: Death Date: 16 Jul 1924 Death Place: Davenport, Scott, Iowa Age: 51 Birth Date: 1873 Birthplace: Russi...

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Simon Ohsman (1836 - 1919)

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Eva Weintraub (c.1900 - d.)

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Mary Weintraub (c.1888 - d.)

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Sarah Weintraub (c.1914 - d.)

May have been named after Sarah Rubenstein Gould, her cousin, whom her father, Meyer Weintraub, lived with in Alexandre, Illinois.

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Samuel Wintraub (1891 - 1934)

Samuel Weintraub Death Date: 1 Dec 1934 Page #: 806 Polk County, Iowa Records Birth Date: 1891

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Rebecca Wintrob (deceased)

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Oscar Wintraub (1858 - 1929)

1920 U.S. Census. Oscar Weintraub, widowed, born in Russia, about 1854, widowed. Also in book on early Jewish immigration to Iowa, he is mentioned with Mary Fryer's husband, Charles Fryer, and with "...

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Meyer Wintrob (deceased)

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Mary (Malka) Fryer (c.1851 - 1912)

Malka (Mary) Fryer, Muscatine, Iowa Wife of Charles Fryer. Daughter of Myer and Rebecca (Reib) Wintrob. Born 1851 in Russia. Died March 25, 1912 in Muscatine, Iowa. Hebrew translation of her graves...

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Goldie Ziffren Dockterman (c.1873 - 1954)

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<private> Winocur (1880 - 1930)

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<private> Chuver (1840 - 1910)

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<private> Chuver (1835 - c.1915)

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Hyman "Herman" W. Weintraub (1875 - 1945)

Birth: Jan. 12, 1875, Russian Federation Death: Oct. 13, 1945 Saint Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri, USA Son of Benjamin H "Bernard" and Eva Weissman Weintraub. Husband of Ida Rosenfeld Weint...

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Eva Weintraub (1852 - 1905)

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Meyer Weintraub (c.1882 - d.)

1910 US Census living with Sarah Rubenstein Gould and her husband Samuel Gould in Alexander, Illinois. Stated relationship is "cousin". Immigrated from Russia in 1909. Children Eva (1900) and Her...

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Benjamin "Bernard" H. Weintraub (1851 - 1925)

Birth: Jun., 1851, Russian Federation Death: Mar. 8, 1925 Saint Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri, USA Husband of Eva Weintraub. Father of Pauline, Hyman, Leah, David M, Bessie and Solomon ...

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Charly "Rube" Rubenstein (1882 - 1958)

From Sharon Grundfest Broniatowski : "Charlie Rubenstein was a wonderful man. He was owner of the Rube and Scott department store in Little Rock, a baseball scout, an avid member of the National Confer...

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Fannie Rubenstein (c.1862 - 1946)

[Update Dec 2011 - Feige Rieb departed for the U.S. from Hamburg on June 10, 1885 on the Ship Moravia , with two young daughters - Cirel or Arel, age 1 month (probably Sarah) and Schaie, age 11 months,...

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Max Reib Rubenstein (1858 - c.1922)

Born Mordechai Reib, probably in Volhynia, Ukraine, circa 1859. All we know about his father is his name: Menachem Nuchem. Even Max Reib Rubenstein's surname is a question mark, since Reib is uncommon ...

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