Nine Generations

Minnie Friedland

Female, #3301, Deceased, b. 24 May 1909, d. 26 March 2003








Family: Leo Feinberg (b. 20 August 1902, d. about 30 January 1964)

DaughterJoan Feinberg
SonEdward Feinberg
SonJacob Nathan Feinberg (1945-2006)


NameMinnie Friedland was also known as Minnie Feinberg.1
Birth24 May 1909She was born on 24 May 1909 in England.2
Marr/PartnershipShe married Leo Feinberg.1
Death26 March 2003She died on 26 March 2003 in Yonkers, Westchester County, New York.2
Charts and other referencesJudka Bassevitch Descendancy Chart

Citations

  1. New York Times, New York, NY (July 31, 2006), 2 Feb 1964 paid obituary
  2. Social Security Death Index, #060-28-5750 (Minnie Feinberg)

Edward Feinberg

Male, #3302, Living




Parents

FatherLeo Feinberg (1902-about 1964)
MotherMinnie Friedland (1909-2003)


Relationships5th cousin of Ellen Jane Bass
5th cousin 1 time removed of Charles Bassey




Charts and other referencesJudka Bassevitch Descendancy Chart

Joan Feinberg

Female, #3303, Living




Parents

FatherLeo Feinberg (1902-about 1964)
MotherMinnie Friedland (1909-2003)


Relationships5th cousin of Ellen Jane Bass
5th cousin 1 time removed of Charles Bassey




Charts and other referencesJudka Bassevitch Descendancy Chart

Jacob Nathan Feinberg

Male, #3304, Deceased, b. 19 February 1945, d. 23 August 2006




Parents

FatherLeo Feinberg (1902-about 1964)
MotherMinnie Friedland (1909-2003)


Relationships5th cousin of Ellen Jane Bass
5th cousin 1 time removed of Charles Bassey




Birth19 February 1945Jacob Nathan Feinberg was born on 19 February 1945.1,2
GraduationJune 1967He graduated from Temple University in June 1967 with

a bachelor's degreeSchool of Business Administration.3

Death23 August 2006He died on 23 August 2006 at Northern Westchester Hospital in Mount Kisco, Westchester County, New York.1
Obituary25 August 2006His obituary appeared in the Rochester (NY) Democrat and Chronicle on 25 August 2006 in Rochester.

FEINBERG - Jacob N. Feinberg passed away on August 23, 2006 in Northern Westchester Hospital at the age of 61. Mr. Feinberg was born in Yonkers, NY, son of Leo Feinberg, a Yonkers builder, and Min Feinberg, who was active in Jewish social causes there. He attended Lincoln High School. He received his bachelor's degree from Temple University and his Masters in Business Administration from Michigan State University. Mr. Feinberg used his business skills, love for dogs, and creativity to found Northwind Kennels in Bedford NY. Mr. Feinberg also bred an award winning line of Samoyed dogs. He bred many champion dogs, including ?Star? his long time friend and winner of three Best of Shows at the World Dog Show and two Best of Breeds at Westminster Kennel Club. He was president of the Samoyed Club of America and won an award of merit for his contribution to the breed of samoyeds. Mr. Feinberg also wrote two books and one play, Strictly Personal that he produced off-Broadway. He is survived by his wife, Phyllis Feinberg, his two daughters, Shayna and Mindy, his son Larry, his daughter-in-law, Jennifer, his granddaughter, Neale, his brother, Ed Feinberg, and sister, Joan Schleimer. He was well loved. Memorial Service to be held at Bet Torah Synagogue, 60 Smith Avenue, Mt. Kisco, NY on Friday, August 25, 2006 at 11 AM. In lieu of flowers, please send memorial donations to B'nai B'rith Emergency Relief Fund or samoyedrescue.org.4

Charts and other referencesJudka Bassevitch Descendancy Chart

Citations

  1. Newspaper, Rochester (NY) Democrat and Chronicle, 25 August 2006
  2. Social Security Death Index, 23 Aug 2006; number not listed
  3. Newspaper, Yonkers Herald-Statesman, 30 June 1967, p. 9
  4. Newspaper, Rochester (NY) Democract and Chronicle, 25 August 2006

Joseph I. Kovacs

Male, #3306, Living




Parents



Relationships5th cousin 1 time removed of Ellen Jane Bass
6th cousin of Charles Bassey




Charts and other referencesJudka Bassevitch Descendancy Chart

Samuel S. Kovacs

Male, #3307, Living




Parents



Relationships5th cousin 1 time removed of Ellen Jane Bass
6th cousin of Charles Bassey




Charts and other referencesJudka Bassevitch Descendancy Chart

Shalom D. Kovacs

Male, #3308, Living




Parents



Relationships5th cousin 1 time removed of Ellen Jane Bass
6th cousin of Charles Bassey




Charts and other referencesJudka Bassevitch Descendancy Chart

Rebecca Kovacs

Female, #3309, Living




Parents



Relationships5th cousin 1 time removed of Ellen Jane Bass
6th cousin of Charles Bassey




Charts and other referencesJudka Bassevitch Descendancy Chart

Mayer David Shlomo Kovacs

Male, #3310, Living




Parents



Relationships5th cousin 1 time removed of Ellen Jane Bass
6th cousin of Charles Bassey




Charts and other referencesJudka Bassevitch Descendancy Chart

Anna B. Kovacs

Female, #3311, Living




Parents



Relationships5th cousin 1 time removed of Ellen Jane Bass
6th cousin of Charles Bassey




Charts and other referencesJudka Bassevitch Descendancy Chart

Sarrit Michal Shudnow

Female, #3312, Living










Charts and other referencesJudka Bassevitch Descendancy Chart

Aviva Bracha Loew

Female, #3313, Living










Charts and other referencesJudka Bassevitch Descendancy Chart

Solomon Stein

Male, #3314, Deceased, b. August 1849








Family: Rose Kivaschefsky (b. December 1850)



BirthAugust 1849Solomon Stein was born in August 1849 in Russia.1
Marr/Partnership1869He married Rose Kivaschefsky in 1869 in Russia.2
Immigration1870He migrated in New York, New York, in 1870.2
Notebetween 1873 and 1890The Steins had at least three children other than Emil between 1873 and 1890.1
Residence (family)16 April 1910He and Rose Kivaschefsky lived at 347 East 72d Street in New York, New York on 16 April 1910.2

Citations

  1. 1900 Federal Census, Place: Manhattan, New York, New York; Roll: 1112; Page: 14B; Enumeration District: 0709; FHL microfilm: 1241112.(Solomon Stein household)
  2. 1910 Federal Census, Place: Manhattan Ward 19, New York, New York; Roll: T624_1040; Page: 3A; Enumeration District: 1063; FHL microfilm: 1375053. (Solomon Stein household)

Rose Kivaschefsky

Female, #3315, Deceased, b. December 1850








Family: Solomon Stein (b. August 1849)



NameRose Kivaschefsky was also known as Rose Stein.1
NameShe was also known as Rose Cohen.2
BirthDecember 1850She was born in December 1850 in Russia.3
Marr/Partnership1869She married Solomon Stein in 1869 in Russia.4
Immigration1874She migrated in New York, New York, in 1874.4
Residence (family)16 April 1910Solomon Stein and she lived at 347 East 72d Street in New York, New York on 16 April 1910.4

Citations

  1. Marriage Certificates, Bronx Cert. #409, 26 Jan 1915 (Emil Stein & Ida Levine)
  2. Death Certificate, New York City #7241, 20 Sept. 19444 [Emil Stein]
  3. 1900 Federal Census, Place: Manhattan, New York, New York; Roll: 1112; Page: 14B; Enumeration District: 0709; FHL microfilm: 1241112.(Solomon Stein household)
  4. 1910 Federal Census, Place: Manhattan Ward 19, New York, New York; Roll: T624_1040; Page: 3A; Enumeration District: 1063; FHL microfilm: 1375053. (Solomon Stein household)

Benjamin B. Golding

Male, #3316, Deceased, b. 12 August 1896, d. 22 January 1973








Family: Hannah Feldman (b. about 1900, d. 12 October 1988)

SonSamuel Yale Golding +


Birth12 August 1896Benjamin B. Golding was born on 12 August 1896 in Toledo, Lucas County, Ohio.1,2,3
Marr/Partnershipabout 1923He married Hannah Feldman about 1923.1
Occupation8 April 1930On 8 April 1930 Benjamin B. Golding was a manager of a jewelry store in Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut.2
Death22 January 1973He died on 22 January 1973.4
Burialabout 24 January 1973He was buried about 24 January 1973 in Beth Israel Temple Cemetery in West Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut.4

Citations

  1. New York Times, New York, NY (July 31, 2006), 13 March 1949 (Bassevitch-Golding engagement)
  2. 1930 Federal Census, Census Place: West Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut; Page: 7B; Enumeration District: 0225; FHL microfilm: 2340004
  3. Passenger Manifest, SS Statendam, arr NYC 6 Feb 1935.
  4. Newspaper, Hartford Courant, 23 Jan 1973, p. 6

Hannah Feldman

Female, #3317, Deceased, b. about 1900, d. 12 October 1988








Family: Benjamin B. Golding (b. 12 August 1896, d. 22 January 1973)

SonSamuel Yale Golding +


NameHannah Feldman was also known as Samuel Golding's mother Golding.1
Birthabout 1900She was born about 1900 in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois.1,2
Marr/Partnershipabout 1923She married Benjamin B. Golding about 1923.1
Death12 October 1988She died on 12 October 1988 in West Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut.2
Burial14 October 1988She was buried on 14 October 1988 in Beth Israel Temple Cemetery in West Hartford, Hartford County, Connecticut.2

Citations

  1. New York Times, New York, NY (July 31, 2006), 13 March 1949 (Bassevitch-Golding engagement)
  2. Newspaper, Hartford Courant,13 October 1988, p.134

Icek Jankelewicz

Male, #3318, Deceased, b. 3 September 1899




Parents

FatherHershlik Jankelewicz (1866-)
MotherChaia Gendla Goldschmid (1872-1935)


Relationships2nd cousin 2 times removed of Robert Cooper Jacobs
2nd cousin 2 times removed of Eric Stephen Leber
2nd cousin 2 times removed of Boris Leber




Birth3 September 1899Icek Jankelewicz was born on 3 September 1899 in Piotrków Trybunalski, Poland.1

Citations

  1. Polish Marriage Record, PSA Piotrków, Akta 424, registered 5 Dec. 1904

Leya Kuperman

Female, #3319, Deceased, b. 1855




Parents

FatherMovsha Kuperman (1824-)
MotherMrs. Tsiv'ya [Kuperman] (1825-)


Relationships1st cousin 4 times removed of Robert Cooper Jacobs




Biography

Childbetween 1850 and 1858As a child, Leya Kuperman lived with Movsha Kuperman and Mrs. Tsiv'ya [Kuperman] in Pogost Zarechny, Ukraine between 1850 and 1858.1
Birth1855Leya Kuperman was born in 1855 in Pogost Zarechny, Ukraine.2
Charts and other referencesKuperman Descendancy Chart

Citations

  1. "Report on Genealogical Research of Kuperman Family from Shtetl Pogost-Zarechny and Pinsk", March 22, 2014, Jewish Heritage Research Group of Belarus (13B Daumana Street, 220002 Minsk, Belarus), to Robert Jacobs (209 East 18th Ave., Apt. 28, Ellensburg, WA 98926); , . Hereinafter cited as "JHRG Kuperman Report"., 1858 Revision list, p.3
  2. E-mail message, Debra J. Wolraich to RCJ 25 Feb. 2013. (attached report from the Zarechne Register books of 1850 and 1858)

Zalman Leyba Kuperman

Male, #3320, Deceased, b. 1784, d. before 1858




Parents

FatherVolf Kuperman (-before 1817)


Relationships4th great-grandfather of Robert Cooper Jacobs


Family: Mrs. Khaya [Kuperman] (b. 1784)

SonFroim Kuperman + (about 1810-)
DaughterFreydla Kuperman (1812-)
SonVolf Kuperman + (1817-)
SonMovsha Kuperman + (1824-)
DaughterEtlya Kuperman + (1822-)
DaughterNekhama Kuperman (1828-)


Birth1784Zalman Leyba Kuperman was born in 1784.1
Marr/PartnershipHe married Mrs. Khaya [Kuperman].1
Occupation1816In 1816 Zalman Leyba Kuperman was a tinsmith in Pogost Zarechny, Ukraine.1
Residence (family)from 1816 to 1818He and Mrs. Khaya [Kuperman] lived in Pogost Zarechny, Ukraine from 1816 to 1818.1
Occupationfrom 1821 to 1842From 1821 to 1842 Zalman Leyba Kuperman was an innkeeper in Starosel'ye, Belarus.2
Residence (family)from 1824 to 1842He and Mrs. Khaya [Kuperman] lived in Starosel'ye, Belarus from 1824 to 1842.2
Deathbefore 1858He died before 1858. he appears in the 1850 Pogost Zarechny register, but not in the 1858 edition.3
Charts and other referencesKuperman Descendancy Chart

Citations

  1. "Report on Genealogical Research of Kuperman Family from Shtetl Pogost-Zarechny and Pinsk", March 22, 2014, Jewish Heritage Research Group of Belarus (13B Daumana Street, 220002 Minsk, Belarus), to Robert Jacobs (209 East 18th Ave., Apt. 28, Ellensburg, WA 98926); , . Hereinafter cited as "JHRG Kuperman Report"., p.1
  2. "Report on Genealogical Research of Kuperman Family from Shtetl Pogost-Zarechny and Pinsk", March 22, 2014, Jewish Heritage Research Group of Belarus (13B Daumana Street, 220002 Minsk, Belarus), to Robert Jacobs (209 East 18th Ave., Apt. 28, Ellensburg, WA 98926); , . Hereinafter cited as "JHRG Kuperman Report"., 1842 list of Jewish Owners & Lessees of Mills, Distilleries & Inns in Pinsk Uezd, p.2
  3. E-mail message, Debra J. Wolraich to RCJ 25 Feb. 2013. (attached report from the Zarechne Register books of 1850 and 1858)