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  • Gizella Gisle Deutscher (1868 - 1929)
    GIZELLA'S HEBREW NAME IS: GITEL B. KALONYMOUS YEHUDA. FOUND ELIA DEUTSCHER LIVING AT 335 DECALB AVE BROOKLYN NY. LEFT THE US IN1894 WITH OCSAR Gisele died of Lobar pneumonia. Her address was 96 S...
  • Sarah Greenberg/Deutscher (1872 - 1947)
    Sarah arrived in the US on March 1, 1905. Sara was married to ? Greenberg and divorced. SARAH BECAME A US CITIZEN 4/21/1941, AT AGE 68. Sarah is buried at Mount Hebron Cemetery, Queens NY 1st Pia...
  • Bernhart B.(Hyde) Deutscher (1863 - 1934)
    Dov Berb. Yitzchak (Hebrew name) Buried at Mount Hebron Cemetery, Queens, NY Erste Stanislawer Society. Ivano-Frankivsk, Ukraine was part of the Austrian Empire where he was born. His US Passpo...
  • Oscar Charles Deutscher (1888 - 1967)
    Found Berl Deutscher, Father and Gittel Ball, Mother had a son Chaskel in 1888 in Stanislawow, Wojewodztwa, Ukraine on the JOWBR site. Oscar arrived 8/6/1890 at age 9mos. from Port of Departure: ...

Bernard Deutscher was my great grandfather born 7/22/1863 in Stanislaw Austria and died 8/13/1931 Queens, N.Y. On his marriage certificate his mothers name is listed as Clara Hyde born c1832 in Austria/England? and died in Stanislaw Austria. His father is listed as Isaac Deutscher. There is an Isaac Deutscher born c1831 in Krakow, died 12/8/1890, who married his cousin, Mary Mundel Deutscher born 10/7/1830 Krakow and died 2/19/1909 in Krakow. They had 9 children and there starts the line of very many Deutschers. I don't think this is the Isaac Deutscher who is the father of Bernard. I am looking for Clara Hyde and the Isaac she was married to. On Bernard Deutschers head stone is listed, in Hebrew, Isaac as the name of his father... Still, I'm beginning to doubt the last name was Deutscher. Any ideas?

Does anyone have any idea how to find Clara Hyde?

Elyse(Deutscher)Vahjen