About Phillip Rosenblatt
When Phillip Rosenblatt was born in March 1879 in Russia, his mother, Lena, was 39. He had three sons and one daughter with Minnie Rosenblatt between 1907 and 1915. He had three brothers and two sisters.
Philip Rosenblatt was living in Brooklyn, New York, when he registered for the World War I draft. U.S., World War I Draft Registration Cards. He was short in height,slender in build with brown eyes and black hair.
1900 Census In 1900, Philip Rosenblatt was 20 years old and lived in Manhattan, New York with his mother, 2 brothers, and 2 sisters.He was not married. He worked as a brush maker. They lived at 139 Orchard, Manhattan, New York, New York.
In 1910 Phillip Rosenblatt was 29 years old and lived with his wife, Minnie, and two children in Bronx, New York. Phillip & Minnie had been married four years. They lived at East 171st Street in Bronx, New York. He worked as a button manufacturer at American Pearl Button.
In 1920, Philip Rosenblatt was 38 years old and lived in Bronx Assembly District 2, New York with his wife, Minnie, 3 sons, and daughter. They lived at 1325 Teller Avenue, Bronx, New York. (they owned their home) Phillip became a naturalized citizen in 1916. He worked as a merchant in the button industry.
In 1930, Philip Rosenblatt was 47 years old and lived in Bronx, New York with his wife, Minnie, 3 sons, and daughter and her husband. They rented their home at 241 East 189th Street, Bronx, New York. He worked in button manufacturing in a factory.
April 1, 1940
On April 1, 1940, Phillip Rosenblatt was 59 years old and lived in New York, New York with his wife, Minnie, and 2 sons and their daughter-in-law. They lived at 10-24 150 Street, Queens, New York. He was a salesman of pearl buttons.
According to the World War I Draft Registration Card dated September 12, 1918, Phillip lived at 1933 E. 81st Street, Brooklyn, NY. When he completed the form he was 35 years old and his date of birth is September 15, 1882, this seems to be a discrepency since the 1900 census shoews March 1879.The form indicates that he was a naturalized citizen. His employer was listed as American Pearl Button. He is described as being "short" and "slender" with brown eyes and black hair. This information was obtained from the Draft Registration Card a copy is on record with Ancestry.com
Phillip Rosenblatt's Timeline
September 23, 1903
New York, NY, United States
February 24, 1909
December 10, 1910
April 26, 1915
New York, New York County, New York, United States