Nine Generations

Isabeau Deblausac

Female, #601, Deceased, b. 1528



Family: Berdanin Ranc (1528-)

Son*Berdanin Ranc + (1580-1627)

Relationships11th great-grandmother of Mollie Jenks Edson
13th great-grandmother of Theodore Edson Clark


Biographical Details

MarriedIsabeau Deblausac was also known as Isabeau Ranc.1
1528BirthShe was born in 1528 in France.1
Marr-PartnersShe married Berdanin Ranc.1
1580Birth of ChildHer son, Berdanin Ranc, was born in 1580 in Vibrac, Languedoc, France.
DeathShe died in France.1
Death of SpouseHer husband, Berdanin Ranc, died in France.

Citations

  1. Rootsweb, Lawson Family Tree
Last Edited23 February 2023 09:37:51

John L. Bell

Male, #602, Living





Charts and other referencesLeber/Lieberman Descendancy Chart

Last Edited23 February 2023 09:37:51

David Edwin Bauer

Male, #603, Deceased, b. 28 March 1952, d. 5 January 2010



Parents



Charts and other referencesLeber/Lieberman Descendancy Chart

Biographical Details

1952BirthDavid Edwin Bauer was born on 28 March 1952 in Los Angeles County, California.1,2
1982Birth of ChildHis son, Aaron Michael Bauer, was born on 15 August 1982 in San Bernardino County, California.
1987Birth of ChildHis daughter, Jessica Irene Bauer, was born on 3 February 1987 in San Bernardino County, California.
2010DeathDavid Edwin Bauer died on 5 January 2010.3

Citations

  1. California Marriage Index
  2. Ancestry.com, California Birth Index, 1905 - 1995, David Edwin Bauer
  3. Social Security Death Index, U.S., Social Security Death Index [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2015., David Edwin Bauer, SS# not given
Last Edited23 February 2023 09:37:51

Joseph Greenberg

Joseph Greenberg
Male, #604, Deceased, b. about 1883, d. March 1965



Parents

Father*Ela Fejbus Osina (1844-1918)
Mother*Zelda Lubelsky (1856-1899)

Family 1: Minnie Rubinstein (1883-1936)

Daughter*Sadie Greenberg + (1907-1988)
Daughter*Rose Greenberg + (1908-1988)
Son*William Greenberg + (1909-1981)

Family 2: Celia Nissman (1891-)


RelationshipsGrandfather of Robert Martin Greenberg

Charts and other referencesGreenberg & Osina

Biographical Details

BirthJoseph Greenberg was also known as Yudel Osina.1,2
About 1883BirthHe was born about 1883 in Siedlce, Poland.3,4
1899Death of ParentHis mother, Zelda Lubelsky, died in 1899.
About 1906Marr-PartnersHe married Minnie Rubinstein about 1906.2,3
OccupationFrom 1906 to 1930 Joseph Greenberg was a carpenter.3,5,4
1906Psgr List (fam)On 16 November 1906 Joseph Greenberg and Minnie Rubinstein were passengers aboard the SS Batavia which had sailed from Hamburg en route to Ellis Island.4
1907Birth of ChildHis daughter, Sadie Greenberg, was born on 21 February 1907 in New York City.
1908Birth of ChildHis daughter, Rose Greenberg, was born on 8 March 1908 in New York City.
1909Birth of ChildHis son, William Greenberg, was born on 20 October 1909 in New York City.
1914Naturalization (fam)Joseph Greenberg and Minnie Rubinstein were naturalized in 1914 in New York City.5
1918Death of ParentHis father, Ela Fejbus Osina, died in December 1918 in Grochów, Poland.
ResidenceJoseph Greenberg lived at 8823 20th Avenue in Brooklyn, New York from 1920 to 1960.6,7,8
1936DeathHe became a widower on the death of Minnie Rubinstein on 14 October 1936 in Brooklyn, New York.9
1937Marr-PartnersHe married Celia Nissman on 24 October 1937 at 521 West 181st Street in Manhattan, New York.2,10
1940OccupationOn 6 April 1940 Joseph Greenberg was a parquet floor layer.11
1940Residence (family)He and Celia Nissman lived at 8823 20th Avenue in Brooklyn, New York on 9 April 1940.11
1950OccupationIn April 1950 Joseph Greenberg was an assistant to a retail hardware proptrietor in New York City.12
1950Residence (family)He and Celia Nissman lived at 8785 20th Ave., 1st floor, in Brooklyn, New York on 3 April 1950.12
ResidenceHe lived at Avenue P in Brooklyn, New York from 1960 to 1965.13
1965DeathHe died in March 1965 in Brooklyn, New York.13,14

Citations

  1. E-mail message, Susanna Greenberg to RCJ, 1/15/2008
  2. Marvin Gutkin, Typescript: Descendants of Mottel Lubelsky
  3. 1930 Federal Census, William Greenberg, Brooklyn
  4. Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, New York, 1820-1897. Microfilm Publication M237, 675 rolls. NAI: 6256867. Records of the U.S. Customs Service, Record Group 36. National Archives at Washington, D.C. (??del Osina)
  5. 1920 Federal, Brooklyn, NY, population, , , ; , ., T625-1170; Brooklyn Assembly District 16; 1008; page 2A; 8823 20th Avenue; Joseph Greenburg
  6. 1930 Federal Census
  7. E-mail message, Marvin Gutkin to RCJ, 10 March 2010
  8. 1920 Federal Census, Place: Brooklyn Assembly District 16, Kings, New York; Roll: T625_1170; Page: 2A; Enumeration District: 1008; Image: 420
  9. Death Certificate, Brooklyn Cert. No. 20569, 14 Oct. 1936 (Minnie Rubinstein Greenberg)
  10. Marriage Certificate, Cert. # 25730, Manhattan, 10/24/1937
  11. 1940 Federal Census, Record originated in..., Place: New York, Kings, New York; Roll: T627_2592; Page: 62A; Enumeration District: 24-1786 (Joseph & "Colia" Greenberg)
  12. 1950 Fed'l Census, Records of the Bureau of the Census, 1790-2007; Record Group Number: 29; Residence Date: 1950; Home in 1950: Polk, Oregon; Roll: 466; Sheet Number: 29; Enumeration District: 27-49
  13. E-mail message, Marv Gutkin to RCJ, 13 March 2010, My Grandfather died in Brooklyn, NY in 1965. He last lived in an apartment on Avenue P, where he moved after selling his home on 20th Ave.
  14. Social Security Death Index, U.S., Social Security Death Index [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2015.
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Samuel Wexler

Male, #605, Deceased, b. 25 September 1877, d. 11 November 1941



Parents

Father*Benjamin Wexler (1850-between 1900 and 1910)
Mother*Jennie Levy (1850-)

Family: Anna Alperin (1889-1974)

Daughter*Lillian Wexler + (1912-1990)

RelationshipsGrandfather of Robert Martin Greenberg


Biographical Details

1877BirthSamuel Wexler was born on 25 September 1877 in Jassy, Romania. His World War I draft card gives 10 October 1876; his death certificate says 6 September 1876.1,2,3
1886ImmigrationHe migrated in 1886. His naturalization petition puts his arrival at October 1887.4
1900OccupationOn 13 June 1900 Samuel Wexler was a drugstore clerk in New York.5
1900Residence (family)As adult children, Samuel Wexler and Abraham Wexler lived with Benjamin Wexler and Jennie Levy at 16 East Seventh Street in New York City on 13 June 1900.6
Death of ParentHis father, Benjamin Wexler, died between 1900 and 1910.
1911Marr-PartnersSamuel Wexler married Anna Alperin on 10 December 1911 at 89-93 Rivington Street in New York City.7,8
1912Birth of ChildHis daughter, Lillian Wexler, was born on 8 October 1912 in New York City.
ResidenceHe lived at 41 East 7th in New York City from 1918 to 1925.1,9
1918OccupationOn 12 September 1918 Samuel Wexler was a druggist — he owned his own shop at 277 Bleeker Street in New York City.10
ResidenceHe lived at 41 Seventh Street in New York City from 1920 to 1925.11,12
Before 1927DivorceHe and Anna Alperin were divorced before 11 May 1927.13,14
1932Marr-PartnersHe married Anna Alperin on 11 July 1932 at 275 East Houston Street in New York City. Apparently they remarried after having been divorced.15,16
1941DeathHe died on 11 November 1941 at St. Vincent's Hospital in New York City. The information on his death certificate was provided by Esther Alperin who was listed as his sister.3
1941BurialHe was buried on 12 November 1941 in Beth David Cemetery in Elmont, Nassau County, New York.3
1974Death of SpouseHis wife, Anna Alperin, died in April 1974 in Jamaica, Queens County, New York.

Citations

  1. World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, Samuel Wexler, Reg. #13372, Registered 12 September 1918
  2. Naturalization Petition, New York, Naturalization Petitions, 1794-1906 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2013. (Samuel Wexler)
  3. Death Certificate, Manhattan Cert. #22472, 11 Nov 1942 (Samuel Wexler)
  4. 1900 Federal Census, Samuel Wexler, Ancestry on-line
  5. 1900 Federal Census, Place: Manhattan, New York; Roll: 1091; Page: 15A; Enumeration District: 0235; FHL microfilm: 1241091.(Samuel Wexler)
  6. 1900 Federal Census, Census Place: Manhattan, New York, New York; Roll: 1091; Page: 15A; Enumeration District: 0235; FHL microfilm: 1241091
  7. E-mail message, Susanna Greenberg to RCJ, 1/15/2008
  8. Marriage Certificate, Manhattan Cert. #1053, recorded in 1912, Date: 10 DEC 1911, misspellings galore: "Samuel Wechsler" & "Hannah Alprine"
  9. 1925 New York State Census (Ancestry.com), Albany, New York; State Population Census Schedules, 1925; Election District: 15; Assembly District: 08; City: New York; County: New York; Page: 17
  10. World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, Samuel Wexler, Reg. #3372, Registered 12 September 1918
  11. 1920 Federal Census, Jennie & Sam Wexler
  12. 1925 New York State Census (Ancestry.com), New York State Archives; Albany, New York; State Population Census Schedules, 1925; Election District: 15; Assembly District: 08; City: New York; County: New York; Page: 17
  13. Telephone Interview, Nancy Greenberg & RCJ, 21 August 2013
  14. Naturalization Petition, No. 134991, U.S. Dist. Ct. for the Eastern Dist. of NY, 11 May 1927
  15. New York City Grooms Index, Manhattan Marriage Cert. #14318
  16. Marriage Certificate, Manhattan Cert. #14318, Date: 11 JUL 1932
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Anna Alperin

Anna Alperin Wexler
Passport photo
Female, #606, Deceased, b. 21 July 1889, d. April 1974



Parents

Father*Leon W. Alperin (about 1845-before 1940)
Mother*Fannie Herschkowitz (1852-)

Family: Samuel Wexler (1877-1941)

Daughter*Lillian Wexler + (1912-1990)

RelationshipsGrandmother of Robert Martin Greenberg


Biographical Details

MarriedAnna Alperin was also known as Anna Wexler.1
1889BirthShe was born on 21 July 1889 in Bucharest, Romania.2,3
1909ImmigrationShe migrated to Ellis Island in New York City on 7 December 1909.

aboard the SS La Touraine from Liverpool.4

1911Marr-PartnersShe married Samuel Wexler on 10 December 1911 at 89-93 Rivington Street in New York City.1,5
1912Birth of ChildHer daughter, Lillian Wexler, was born on 8 October 1912 in New York City.
1918ResidenceAnna Alperin lived at 72 Rivington Street in New York City on 12 September 1918.6
1920Residence (family)As an adult child, Anna Alperin lived with Leon W. Alperin and Fannie Herschkowitz at 363 East Tenth Street in New York City on 6 January 1920.7
1920OccupationOn 6 January 1920 Anna Alperin was a dressmaker in New York City.7
Before 1927DivorceSamuel Wexler and she were divorced before 11 May 1927.3,4
1927OccupationOn 11 May 1927 Anna Alperin was a dressmaker in New York City.4
1927ResidenceShe lived at 6906 11th Avenue in Brooklyn, New York on 11 May 1927.4
1932Marr-PartnersShe married Samuel Wexler on 11 July 1932 at 275 East Houston Street in New York City. Apparently they remarried after having been divorced.8,9
1935ResidenceShe lived in Manhattan, New York County, New York in 1935.10
1939ResidenceShe lived at 2109-85th Street in Brooklyn, New York on 25 October 1939.11
1939OccupationOn 25 October 1939 Anna Alperin was a dressmaker at K & M Sportswear, 270 West 39th Street, in New York City.
Before 1940Death of ParentHer father, Leon W. Alperin, died before 1940.
1940Residence (family)As their mother-in-law, Anna Alperin resided with William Greenberg and Lillian Wexler at 8645 20th Avenue in Brooklyn, New York, on 6 April 1940.10
1941Death of SpouseHer husband, Samuel Wexler, died on 11 November 1941 in New York City.
1974DeathAnna Alperin died in April 1974 in Jamaica, Queens County, New York.12

Citations

  1. E-mail message, Susanna Greenberg to RCJ, 1/15/2008
  2. Social Security Death Index, U.S., Social Security Death Index [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2015.
  3. Telephone Interview, Nancy Greenberg & RCJ, 21 August 2013
  4. Naturalization Petition, No. 134991, U.S. Dist. Ct. for the Eastern Dist. of NY, 11 May 1927
  5. Marriage Certificate, Manhattan Cert. #1053, recorded in 1912, Date: 10 DEC 1911, misspellings galore: "Samuel Wechsler" & "Hannah Alprine"
  6. World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, Samuel Wexler, Reg. #13372, Registered 12 September 1918
  7. 1920 Federal Census, Census Place: Manhattan Assembly District 8, New York, New York; Roll: T625_1198; Page: 8B; Enumeration District: 589
  8. New York City Grooms Index, Manhattan Marriage Cert. #14318
  9. Marriage Certificate, Manhattan Cert. #14318, Date: 11 JUL 1932
  10. 1940 Federal Census, Record originated in..., Place: New York, Kings, New York; Roll: T627_2592; Page: 5A; Enumeration District: 24-1789; Anna Wexler household
  11. Social Security Application, Anna Alperin Wexler application, 25 Oct. 1939, SSN 080-14-8455
  12. Social Security Death Index, U.S., Social Security Death Index [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2015., SSN 080-14-8455
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Icyk Sadt

Male, #607, Deceased, b. 1846, d. 15 October 1848



Parents

Father*Szmul Zelman Sadt (about 1822-before 1875)
Mother*Bluma Gelbard (about 1819-1901)

RelationshipsGreat-granduncle of Robert Cooper Jacobs
Great-granduncle of Eric Stephen Leber
Great-granduncle of Boris Leber
3rd great-granduncle of Theodore Edson Clark


Biographical Details

1846BirthIcyk Sadt was born in 1846 in Poland.1
1848DeathHe died on 15 October 1848 in Grocholice, Poland.2
Before 1875Death of ParentHis father, Szmul Zelman Sadt, died before May 1875 in Poland.
1901Death of ParentHis mother, Bluma Gelbard, died on 17 August 1901 in Pulin, Poland.

Citations

  1. Polish Death Record, Icek Sadt, Grocholice, 16 Oct. 1848
  2. Polish Death Record, Icek Sadt, Grocholice, 16 Oct. 1848 Akta 11, FHL film 767091
Last Edited23 February 2023 09:37:51

Josek Sadt

Male, #608, Deceased, b. 1843, d. 23 October 1848



Parents

Father*Szmul Zelman Sadt (about 1822-before 1875)
Mother*Bluma Gelbard (about 1819-1901)

RelationshipsGreat-granduncle of Robert Cooper Jacobs
Great-granduncle of Eric Stephen Leber
Great-granduncle of Boris Leber
3rd great-granduncle of Theodore Edson Clark


Biographical Details

1843BirthJosek Sadt was born in 1843 in Poland.1
1848DeathHe died on 23 October 1848 in Grocholice, Poland.2
Before 1875Death of ParentHis father, Szmul Zelman Sadt, died before May 1875 in Poland.
1901Death of ParentHis mother, Bluma Gelbard, died on 17 August 1901 in Pulin, Poland.

Citations

  1. Polish Death Record, Josek Sadt, Grocholice, 23 October 1848
  2. Polish Death Record, Josek Sadt, Grocholice, 23 October 1848 FHL film #767091
Last Edited23 February 2023 09:37:51

Zelda Jankelewicz

Female, #609, Deceased, b. 1829



Parents

Father*Icek Jankelewicz (1797-1853)
Mother*Gitel Taube Zajnwlowicz (1803-after 1851)

Relationships2nd great-grandaunt of Robert Cooper Jacobs
2nd great-grandaunt of Eric Stephen Leber
2nd great-grandaunt of Boris Leber
4th great-grandaunt of Theodore Edson Clark

Charts and other referencesJankelewicz Descendancy Chart

Biographical Details

1829BirthZelda Jankelewicz was born in 1829.1
After 1851Death of ParentHer mother, Gitel Taube Zajnwlowicz, died after 19 November 1851.
1853Death of ParentHer father, Icek Jankelewicz, died on 19 February 1853 in Piotrków Trybunalski, Poland.

Citations

  1. Polish Death Record, Icek Janklewicz, Polish State Archives, Piotrków, 20 Feb. 1853 Akta 10, Icek Janklowicz fifty-six years old passed away. He left his wife Gitla Tauba fifty years old and his children: Zelda twenty-four years old, Aron Ajzyk twenty-two years old, Sonia twelve years old, Jankiel eight years old. Udla six years old and Nacha five years old.
Last Edited23 February 2023 09:37:51

Sana Jankelewicz

Male, #610, Deceased, b. 1 June 1841



Parents

Father*Icek Jankelewicz (1797-1853)
Mother*Gitel Taube Zajnwlowicz (1803-after 1851)

Family: Fayga Maria Izraelowicz

Son*Hershlik Jankelewicz + (1866-)
Son*Moszek Jankelewicz (1868-1935)
Son*Szmul Zajnwel Jankelewicz + (about 1873-1942)
Daughter*Ruchla Jankelewicz (1876-1940)

Relationships2nd great-granduncle of Robert Cooper Jacobs
2nd great-granduncle of Eric Stephen Leber
2nd great-granduncle of Boris Leber
4th great-granduncle of Theodore Edson Clark

Charts and other referencesJankelewicz Descendancy Chart

Biographical Details

1841BirthSana Jankelewicz was born on 1 June 1841 in Piotrków Trybunalski, Poland.1
After 1851Death of ParentHis mother, Gitel Taube Zajnwlowicz, died after 19 November 1851.
1853Death of ParentHis father, Icek Jankelewicz, died on 19 February 1853 in Piotrków Trybunalski, Poland.
Marr-PartnersSana Jankelewicz married Fayga Maria Izraelowicz in Poland.2
1866Birth of ChildHis son, Hershlik Jankelewicz, was born in 1866.
1868Birth of ChildHis son, Moszek Jankelewicz, was born in 1868 in Piotrków Trybunalski, Poland.
About 1873Birth of ChildHis son, Szmul Zajnwel Jankelewicz, was born about 1873 in Piotrków Trybunalski, Poland.
1876Birth of ChildHis daughter, Ruchla Jankelewicz, was born in 1876 in Piotrków Trybunalski, Poland.

Citations

  1. Polish Birth Record, FHL film 715806, Akta 38 (715806_0261.tif on Piotrków CD #715806), Registered 13 Feb 1850, born 1 June 1841
  2. E-mail message, Jacek Bednarek to Allan Jankie, 7 April 2013, It is a document issued after the death of MOSZEK JANKLEWICZ.
    He died in PIOTRKOW on 6 DECEMBER 1935.
    He was born in PIOTRKOW in 1868. His parents were SANA JANKLEWICZ and FAJGA JANKLEWICZ, nee IZRAELOWICZ.
Last Edited23 February 2023 09:37:51

Jankiel Jankelewicz

Male, #611, Deceased, b. 2 October 1844, d. 24 December 1861



Parents

Father*Icek Jankelewicz (1797-1853)
Mother*Gitel Taube Zajnwlowicz (1803-after 1851)

Relationships2nd great-granduncle of Robert Cooper Jacobs
2nd great-granduncle of Eric Stephen Leber
2nd great-granduncle of Boris Leber
4th great-granduncle of Theodore Edson Clark

Charts and other referencesJankelewicz Descendancy Chart

Biographical Details

1844BirthJankiel Jankelewicz was born on 2 October 1844 in Piotrków Trybunalski, Poland.1,2
OccupationJankiel Jankelewicz was a butcher in Piotrków Trybunalski, Poland.3
After 1851Death of ParentHis mother, Gitel Taube Zajnwlowicz, died after 19 November 1851.
1853Death of ParentHis father, Icek Jankelewicz, died on 19 February 1853 in Piotrków Trybunalski, Poland.
1861DeathJankiel Jankelewicz died on 24 December 1861 in Piotrków Trybunalski, Poland.4

Citations

  1. Polish Death Record, Icek Janklewicz, 20 Feb. 1853, This occurred in the city of Piotrkow on (the eighth day) 20th of February 1853 at 12:00 o'clock at noon. . . . and they testified that yesterday at eleven o'clock at night Icek Janklowicz fifty-six years old passed away. He left his wife Gitla Tauba fifty years old and his children: Zelda twenty-four years old, Aron Ajzyk twenty-two years old, Sonia twelve years old, Jankiel eight years old. Udla six years old and Nacha five years old.
  2. Polish Birth Record, Jankiel Jankelewicz birth, 2 October 1844.FHL film #715806 Akta 39, This happened in the city of Piotrkow on the first/thirteenth of February in the year 1850 at five o'clock in the evening came in an Orthodox Jew [Jegla??] [first name really illegible] Jankelewicz a craftsman fifty-six years old a resident of the city of Piotrkow and in the presence of witnesses Daniel Wigdorowicz a bookbinder fifty years old and
    Molka Goldzwig, a hospital maintainence man, fifty-one years old both residents in the city of Piotrkow and he showed me a male infant born here in the city of Piotrkow on the 2nd of October in the year 1844 at eleven o'clock at night, born to his wife Gitla Tauba from the Zaczewiowicz family, forty years old. This child was given the name of Jankiel.
  3. Polish Death Record, Jankiel Jankelewicz, FHL film #1713999, Akta 76, 1861, This happened in Piotrkow on the 25th of December in the year 1861 at 12 noon came in witnesses the Orthodox Jews Daniel Wigdorowicz 61 years old and Icek Litwiak a craftsman 47 years old both residing here and they informed me that here in Piotrkow yesterday at 2 o'clock in the afternoon passed away an Orthodox Jew Jankiel Jankelewicz a butcher twenty years old the son of Gitka Tauba and Icek, a married couple the Jankelewiczs from Piotrkow
  4. Polish Death Record, Jankiel Jankelewicz, FHL film #1713999, Akta 76, 1861, This happened in Piotrkow on the 25th of December in the year 1861 at 12 noon came in witnesses the Orthodox Jews Daniel Wigdorowicz 61 years old and Icek Litwiak a craftsman 47 years old both residing here and they informed me that here in Piotrkow yesterday at 2 o'clock in the afternoon passed away an Orthodox Jew Jankiel Jankelewicz a butcher twenty years old the son of Gitka Tauba and Icek, a married couple the Jankelewiczs from Piotrków
Last Edited23 February 2023 09:37:51

Udla Jankelewicz

Female, #612, Deceased, b. 1847



Parents

Father*Icek Jankelewicz (1797-1853)
Mother*Gitel Taube Zajnwlowicz (1803-after 1851)

Family: Israel Icek Fizycka

Daughter*Sura Gitla Fizycka (1879-)

Relationships2nd great-grandaunt of Robert Cooper Jacobs
2nd great-grandaunt of Eric Stephen Leber
2nd great-grandaunt of Boris Leber
4th great-grandaunt of Theodore Edson Clark

Charts and other referencesJankelewicz Descendancy Chart

Biographical Details

1847BirthUdla Jankelewicz was born in 1847.1,2
After 1851Death of ParentHer mother, Gitel Taube Zajnwlowicz, died after 19 November 1851.
1853Death of ParentHer father, Icek Jankelewicz, died on 19 February 1853 in Piotrków Trybunalski, Poland.
1879Birth of ChildHer daughter, Sura Gitla Fizycka, was born in 1879 in Gowarczów, Poland.

Citations

  1. Polish Death Record, Icek Janklewicz, 20 Feb. 1853
  2. Jewish Genealogy, Piotrków 1908-42 BMD Spreadsheet, Privately circulated, Marriage sheet, lines 18 & 19
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Szmul Lejb Leber

Male, #613, Deceased, b. about 1803, d. 9 October 1863



Parents

Father*Szymek Leber (estimated 1780-about 1824)
Mother*Fajga Szmulowicz (about 1780-between 1826 and 1840)

Family: Chaia Marya Czarny (1804-1890)

Daughter*Esther Perla Leber (1827-1827)
Daughter*Fajgela Leber (1828-1829)
Son*Szyia Leber + (1830-1891)
Son*Mosiek Szymon Leber (1830-1831)
Son*Zysia Leber + (1832-1900)
Daughter*Zysla Leber (1832-)
Son*Szymon Leber + (1834-)
Daughter*Chaja Leber
Son*Boruch Leber + (1837-)
Daughter*Dobra Leber (1842-1847)

Relationships2nd great-grandfather of Robert Cooper Jacobs
2nd great-grandfather of Harry Maxim Lieber
2nd great-grandfather of Eric Stephen Leber
2nd great-grandfather of Boris Leber
4th great-grandfather of Theodore Edson Clark

Charts and other referencesLeber/Lieberman Descendancy Chart

Biographical Details

1840OccupationIn 1840 Szmul Lejb Leber was a mohel in Opoczno, Poland.1
About 1803BirthHe was born about 1803 in Poland.2,3,4
OccupationSzmul Lejb Leber was a butcher.2,5
About 1824Death of ParentHis father, Szymek Leber, died about 1824.
From 1826Residence (family)Szmul Lejb Leber and Chaia Marya Czarny lived in Opoczno, Poland from 1826.6
Death of ParentHis mother, Fajga Szmulowicz, died between 1826 and 1840 in Poland.
1826Marr-PartnersHe married Chaia Marya Czarny on 9 February 1826 in Opoczno, Poland.7
1827Birth of ChildHis daughter, Esther Perla Leber, was born on 20 January 1827 in Opoczno, Poland.
1827Death of ChildHis daughter, Esther Perla Leber, died on 12 August 1827 in Opoczno, Poland.
1828Birth of ChildHis daughter, Fajgela Leber, was born on 20 June 1828.
1829Death of ChildHis daughter, Fajgela Leber, died on 8 March 1829 in Opoczno, Poland.
1830Birth of ChildHis son, Szyia Leber, was born in 1830 in Poland.
1830Birth of ChildHis son, Mosiek Szymon Leber, was born on 7 April 1830 in Opoczno, Poland.
1831Death of ChildHis son, Mosiek Szymon Leber, died on 11 November 1831 in Opoczno, Poland.
1832Birth of ChildHis son, Zysia Leber, was born in 1832 in Poland.
1832Birth of ChildHis daughter, Zysla Leber, was born in 1832 in Opoczno, Poland.
1834Birth of ChildHis son, Szymon Leber, was born on 29 October 1834 in Opoczno, Poland.
1837Birth of ChildHis son, Boruch Leber, was born on 26 May 1837 in Opoczno, Poland.
1840Marr-PartnersSzmul Lejb Leber witnessed the marriage of Abram Leber and Rajzla Goldes and signed the marriage certificate in Opoczno, Poland, on 28 November 1840. The record shows that his brother, Szmul Lejb Leber, my great great grandfather attended as a witness.8,1
1842Birth of ChildHis daughter, Dobra Leber, was born in August 1842 in Opoczno, Poland.
1847Death of ChildHis daughter, Dobra Leber, died on 7 February 1847 in Opoczno, Poland.
1863DeathSzmul Lejb Leber died on 9 October 1863 in Opoczno, Poland.9
1890Death of SpouseHis wife, Chaia Marya Czarny, died on 4 April 1890 in Piotrków Trybunalski, Poland.

Citations

  1. Polish Marriage Record, Leber-Goldes, Opoczno BMD, FHL film #719133 Akta 14, Opoczno, November 28, 1840, 8 am. Groom: Abram LEBER, single, 24, son of late Szymon and late Faiga LEBER, living with his brother Szmul LEBER, mohel.
    Bride: Reyzla GOLDES, single, 22, daughter of Jankiel, day-laborer, and late Chawa.
  2. Polish Marriage Record, Szmul Leber & Chaia Marya Czarny, 10 Feb 1826
  3. Polish Birth Record, Fajgela Leber, FHL film #719132 Akta 52, Birth registered in Opoczno June 20, 1828 of Faygiel LEBER daughter of Szmul Lejb, butcher, 30, and Hai, 24
  4. Polish Birth Record, Zysla Leber, FHL film #719132, Akta 61, Gives Szmul's age as 30.
  5. Polish Death Record, Dobra Leber, FHL film #719134 Akta 24, Opoczno, February 8, 1847, 4 pm, Death record
    The deceased: Dobra LEBER, 4 years and 6 months old daughter of Szmul and Chaja née MOSKOWICZ, the LEBER couple living in Opoczno from cattle slaughter, died in Opoczno, February 7, 1847, 2 am.
  6. Polish Marriage Record, Boruch Leber, b. 26 May 1837 Akta 53
  7. Marriage Certificate, Opozcno BMD, 10 Feb 1826, This occurred in Opoczno on the tenth of February 1826 at nine o'clock in the morning came in an Orthodox Jew Meier Szlid the deputy Rabbi of the Community and with an Orthodox Jew the bachelor Szmul Lejb Leber a butcher twenty-three years old living in Opoczno, the son of Szymek and Fayga Leber, of which only the mother is alive (father, who supported himself as a laborer, passed away a couple of years ago) and Chaia Marya Czarny eighteen years old, the daughter of Mosiek the tailor and .........(?), living here and born here. And also was present Fayga the mother of Szmul Leyber and Mosiek the father of Chaia Marya and the witnesses.........(?) Bermanski the butcher thirty-eight years old and Mosiek Rozenblum......(?) thirty-two years old and living here as well, they stated that yesterday a marriage took place between Szmul Leber and his fiancée Chaia Marya and the marriage had been preceded by three banns in the synagogue on the following dates 1st, 8th, 15th of January of this year 1826. The parents, widow Fayga Leber, and Mosiek Czarny had given an oral consent to the marriage, there has been no opposition to this marriage according to the newlyweds and no premarital agreement had been made. This certificate was read to all the present witnesses by the deputy Rabbi Meier Szlid and signed by Szmula Leyb Leber, Mosiek Czarny, .......(?) Bermanski and Mosiek Rozenblum.


    Signature here of Jan.......(?) a Clerk in the Office of Vital Statistics and signatures of the witnesses (in Hebrew).
  8. Polish Death Record, Haja Leber, 1 August 1854
  9. Polish Death Record, Szmul Lejb Leber, 9 Oct. 1863, Akta 25,

    from Kielce Archive. This happened in the city of Opoczno on the 9th of October in the year 1863 at two o'clock in the afternoon . . . and they informed me that yesterday at two o'clock in the morning passed away an Orthodox Jew Szmul Lejb Leber who made his living as a craftsman and lived in the city of Opoczno, sixty-six years old, the son of Szymon and Fajga a married couple the Lebers, who are already deceased. He left behind his widowed wife Chaja Leber and four children of which the following are his sons: Zys, Szyj and Berek and one daughter Chaja, all adults.

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Chaia Marya Czarny

Female, #614, Deceased, b. 1804, d. 4 April 1890



Parents

Father*Mosiek Czarny (estimated 1777-after 1828)
Mother*Mrs. Perla [Czarny] (estimated 1778-)

Family: Szmul Lejb Leber (about 1803-1863)

Daughter*Esther Perla Leber (1827-1827)
Daughter*Fajgela Leber (1828-1829)
Son*Szyia Leber + (1830-1891)
Son*Mosiek Szymon Leber (1830-1831)
Son*Zysia Leber + (1832-1900)
Daughter*Zysla Leber (1832-)
Son*Szymon Leber + (1834-)
Daughter*Chaja Leber
Son*Boruch Leber + (1837-)
Daughter*Dobra Leber (1842-1847)

Relationships2nd great-grandmother of Robert Cooper Jacobs
2nd great-grandmother of Harry Maxim Lieber
2nd great-grandmother of Eric Stephen Leber
2nd great-grandmother of Boris Leber
4th great-grandmother of Theodore Edson Clark

Charts and other referencesLeber/Lieberman Descendancy Chart

Biographical Details

MarriedChaia Marya Czarny was also known as Chaia Marya Leber.1
1804BirthShe was born in 1804 in Opoczno, Poland.2,3,4
From 1826Residence (family)Szmul Lejb Leber and she lived in Opoczno, Poland from 1826.5
1826Marr-PartnersShe married Szmul Lejb Leber on 9 February 1826 in Opoczno, Poland.3
1827Birth of ChildHer daughter, Esther Perla Leber, was born on 20 January 1827 in Opoczno, Poland.
1827Death of ChildHer daughter, Esther Perla Leber, died on 12 August 1827 in Opoczno, Poland.
1828Birth of ChildHer daughter, Fajgela Leber, was born on 20 June 1828.
After 1828Death of ParentHer father, Mosiek Czarny, died after 1828.
1829Death of ChildHer daughter, Fajgela Leber, died on 8 March 1829 in Opoczno, Poland.
1830Birth of ChildHer son, Szyia Leber, was born in 1830 in Poland.
1830Birth of ChildHer son, Mosiek Szymon Leber, was born on 7 April 1830 in Opoczno, Poland.
1831Death of ChildHer son, Mosiek Szymon Leber, died on 11 November 1831 in Opoczno, Poland.
1832Birth of ChildHer son, Zysia Leber, was born in 1832 in Poland.
1832Birth of ChildHer daughter, Zysla Leber, was born in 1832 in Opoczno, Poland.
1834Birth of ChildHer son, Szymon Leber, was born on 29 October 1834 in Opoczno, Poland.
1837Birth of ChildHer son, Boruch Leber, was born on 26 May 1837 in Opoczno, Poland.
1842Birth of ChildHer daughter, Dobra Leber, was born in August 1842 in Opoczno, Poland.
1847Death of ChildHer daughter, Dobra Leber, died on 7 February 1847 in Opoczno, Poland.
1863Death of SpouseHer husband, Szmul Lejb Leber, died on 9 October 1863 in Opoczno, Poland.
1890DeathChaia Marya Czarny died on 4 April 1890 in Piotrków Trybunalski, Poland. Her death certificate gives her age at death as 102; other records show 82.6

Citations

  1. Polish Marriage Record, Szmul Leber & Haia Marya ?, 10 Feb 1826
  2. Polish Death Record, Chaia Czarny Leber, d. 5 April 1890. Akta 35
  3. Marriage Certificate, Opozcno BMD, 10 Feb 1826, This occurred in Opoczno on the tenth of February 1826 at nine o'clock in the morning came in an Orthodox Jew Meier Szlid the deputy Rabbi of the Community and with an Orthodox Jew the bachelor Szmul Lejb Leber a butcher twenty-three years old living in Opoczno, the son of Szymek and Fayga Leber, of which only the mother is alive (father, who supported himself as a laborer, passed away a couple of years ago) and Chaia Marya Czarny eighteen years old, the daughter of Mosiek the tailor and .........(?), living here and born here. And also was present Fayga the mother of Szmul Leyber and Mosiek the father of Chaia Marya and the witnesses.........(?) Bermanski the butcher thirty-eight years old and Mosiek Rozenblum......(?) thirty-two years old and living here as well, they stated that yesterday a marriage took place between Szmul Leber and his fiancée Chaia Marya and the marriage had been preceded by three banns in the synagogue on the following dates 1st, 8th, 15th of January of this year 1826. The parents, widow Fayga Leber, and Mosiek Czarny had given an oral consent to the marriage, there has been no opposition to this marriage according to the newlyweds and no premarital agreement had been made. This certificate was read to all the present witnesses by the deputy Rabbi Meier Szlid and signed by Szmula Leyb Leber, Mosiek Czarny, .......(?) Bermanski and Mosiek Rozenblum.


    Signature here of Jan.......(?) a Clerk in the Office of Vital Statistics and signatures of the witnesses (in Hebrew).
  4. Polish Birth Record, FHL film #719132 Akta 52 (Fajgela Leber), Date: 20 JUN 1828, Birth registered in Opoczno June 20, 1828 of Faygiel LEBER daughter of Szmul Lejb, butcher, 30, and Hai, 24
  5. Polish Marriage Record, Boruch Leber, b. 26 May 1837 Akta 53
  6. Polish Death Record, Chaia Czarny Leber, d. 4 April 1890. Akta 35, in Petrokov 24 March/ 5 April 1890; yesterday @ 11 pm died in this town Chaja Leiber 102 y. old, daughter of Moshko and Perla.
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Mosiek Czarny

Male, #615, Deceased, b. estimated 1777, d. after 1828



Family: Mrs. Perla [Czarny] (estimated 1778-)

Son*Icek Czarny + (1798-1854)
Daughter*Chaia Marya Czarny + (1804-1890)
Son*Wolf Czarny + (1812-)

Relationships3rd great-grandfather of Robert Cooper Jacobs
3rd great-grandfather of Harry Maxim Lieber
3rd great-grandfather of Eric Stephen Leber
3rd great-grandfather of Boris Leber
5th great-grandfather of Theodore Edson Clark


Biographical Details

Estimated 1777BirthMosiek Czarny was born estimated 1777.
1798Birth of ChildHis son, Icek Czarny, was born in 1798.
1804Birth of ChildHis daughter, Chaia Marya Czarny, was born in 1804 in Opoczno, Poland.
1812Birth of ChildHis son, Wolf Czarny, was born in 1812.
Marr-PartnersMosiek Czarny married Mrs. Perla [Czarny] in Poland.1
1826OccupationIn 1826 Mosiek Czarny was a tailor in Opoczno, Poland.2
1828Marr-PartnersHe was the father of the groom at the wedding of Icek Czarny and Ruchla Gingold on 26 March 1828 in Opoczno, Poland.3
After 1828DeathMosiek Czarny died after 1828.4

Citations

  1. Polish Death Record, Chaia Czarny Leber, d. 5 April 1890. Akta 35, in Petrokov 24 March/ 5 April 1890; yesterday @ 11 pm died in this town Chaja Leiber 102 y. old, daughter of Moshko and Perla
  2. Polish Marriage Record, Szmul Leber & Haia Marya ?, 10 Feb 1826
  3. Polish Marriage Record, Opoczno BMD, Akta 11 (Icek Czarny & Ruchla Gingold), Date: 26 MAR 1828
  4. Polish Marriage Record, Szmul Leber & Haia Marya Czarny, 10 Feb 1826, This occurred in Opoczno on the tenth of February 1826 at nine o'clock in the morning came in an Orthodox Jew Meier Szlid the deputy Rabbi of the Community and with an Orthodox Jew the bachelor Szmul Lejb Leber a butcher twenty-three years old living in Opoczno, the son of Szymek and Fayga Leber, of which only the mother is alive (father, who supported himself as a laborer, passed away a couple of years ago) and Chaia Marya Czarny eighteen years old, the daughter of Mosiek the tailor and .........(?), living here and born here. And also was present Fayga the mother of Szmul Leyber and Mosiek the father of Chaia Marya and the witnesses.........(?) Bermanski the butcher thirty-eight years old and Mosiek Rozenblum......(?) thirty-two years old and living here as well, they stated that yesterday a marriage took place between Szmul Leber and his fiancée Chaia Marya and the marriage had been preceded by three banns in the synagogue on the following dates 1st, 8th, 15th of January of this year 1826. The parents, widow Fayga Leber, and Mosiek Czarny had given an oral consent to the marriage, there has been no opposition to this marriage according to the newlyweds and no premarital agreement had been made. This certificate was read to all the present witnesses by the deputy Rabbi Meier Szlid and signed by Szmula Leyb Leber, Mosiek Czarny, .......(?) Bermanski and Mosiek Rozenblum.
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Szymek Leber

Male, #616, Deceased, b. estimated 1780, d. about 1824



Family: Fajga Szmulowicz (about 1780-between 1826 and 1840)

Son*Szmul Lejb Leber + (about 1803-1863)
Son*Abram Leber + (1806-1852)

Relationships3rd great-grandfather of Robert Cooper Jacobs
3rd great-grandfather of Harry Maxim Lieber
3rd great-grandfather of Eric Stephen Leber
3rd great-grandfather of Boris Leber
5th great-grandfather of Theodore Edson Clark

Charts and other referencesLeber/Lieberman Descendancy Chart

Biographical Details

OccupationSzymek Leber was a laborer.1
NoteSzymek Leber, my third great grandfather, is the earliest progenitor I've been able to identify in the Leber/Lieberman family. The little information I do have comes from the marriage record of his son Szmul. Szymek was probably born around 1780.
Estimated 1780BirthHe was born estimated 1780.
Marr-PartnersHe married Fajga Szmulowicz in Opoczno, Poland.2
About 1803Birth of ChildHis son, Szmul Lejb Leber, was born about 1803 in Poland.
1806Birth of ChildHis son, Abram Leber, was born in 1806 in Opoczno, Poland.
About 1824DeathSzymek Leber died about 1824.1
Death of SpouseHis wife, Fajga Szmulowicz, died between 1826 and 1840 in Poland.

Citations

  1. Polish Marriage Record, Szmul Leber & Haia Marya Czarny, 10 Feb 1826
  2. Polish Marriage Record, Szmul Leber & Haia Marya Czarny, 10 Feb 1826, This occurred in Opoczno on the tenth of February 1826 at nine o'clock in the morning came in an Orthodox Jew Meier Szlid the deputy Rabbi of the Community and with an Orthodox Jew the bachelor Szmul Lejb Leber a butcher twenty-three years old living in Opoczno, the son of Szymek and Fayga Leber, of which only the mother is alive (father, who supported himself as a laborer, passed away a couple of years ago) and Chaia Marya Czarny eighteen years old, the daughter of Mosiek the tailor and .........(?), living here and born here. And also was present Fayga the mother of Szmul Leyber and Mosiek the father of Chaia Marya and the witnesses.........( they stated that yesterday a marriage took place between Szmul Leber and his fiancée Chaia Marya and the marriage had been preceded by three banns in the synagogue on the following dates 1st, 8th, 15th of January of this year 1826. The parents, widow Fayga Leber, and Mosiek Czarny had given an oral consent to the marriage, there has been no opposition to this marriage according to the newlyweds and no premarital agreement had been made. This certificate was read to all the present witnesses by the deputy Rabbi Meier Szlid and signed by Szmula Leyb Leber, Mosiek Czarny, .......(?) Bermanski and Mosiek Rozenblum.
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Fajga Szmulowicz

Female, #617, Deceased, b. about 1780, d. between 1826 and 1840



Family: Szymek Leber (estimated 1780-about 1824)

Son*Szmul Lejb Leber + (about 1803-1863)
Son*Abram Leber + (1806-1852)

Relationships3rd great-grandmother of Robert Cooper Jacobs
3rd great-grandmother of Harry Maxim Lieber
3rd great-grandmother of Eric Stephen Leber
3rd great-grandmother of Boris Leber
5th great-grandmother of Theodore Edson Clark

Charts and other referencesLeber/Lieberman Descendancy Chart

Biographical Details

MarriedFajga Szmulowicz was also known as Fajga Leber.1
About 1780BirthShe was born about 1780.
Marr-PartnersShe married Szymek Leber in Opoczno, Poland.2
About 1803Birth of ChildHer son, Szmul Lejb Leber, was born about 1803 in Poland.
1806Birth of ChildHer son, Abram Leber, was born in 1806 in Opoczno, Poland.
About 1824Death of SpouseHer husband, Szymek Leber, died about 1824.
DeathShe died between 1826 and 1840 in Poland. She had been living and present at the time of her son Szmul's marriage in 1826 but had died by the time Szymek married in 1840.1,3

Citations

  1. Polish Marriage Record, Szmul Leber & Haia Marya Czarny, 10 Feb 1826
  2. Polish Marriage Record, Szmul Leber & Haia Marya Czarny, 10 Feb 1826, This occurred in Opoczno on the tenth of February 1826 at nine o'clock in the morning came in an Orthodox Jew Meier Szlid the deputy Rabbi of the Community and with an Orthodox Jew the bachelor Szmul Lejb Leber a butcher twenty-three years old living in Opoczno, the son of Szymek and Fayga Leber, of which only the mother is alive (father, who supported himself as a laborer, passed away a couple of years ago) and Chaia Marya Czarny eighteen years old, the daughter of Mosiek the tailor and .........(?), living here and born here. And also was present Fayga the mother of Szmul Leyber and Mosiek the father of Chaia Marya and the witnesses.........( they stated that yesterday a marriage took place between Szmul Leber and his fiancée Chaia Marya and the marriage had been preceded by three banns in the synagogue on the following dates 1st, 8th, 15th of January of this year 1826. The parents, widow Fayga Leber, and Mosiek Czarny had given an oral consent to the marriage, there has been no opposition to this marriage according to the newlyweds and no premarital agreement had been made. This certificate was read to all the present witnesses by the deputy Rabbi Meier Szlid and signed by Szmula Leyb Leber, Mosiek Czarny, .......(?) Bermanski and Mosiek Rozenblum.
  3. Polish Marriage Record, Leber-Goldes, Opoczno BMD, FHL film #719133 Akta 14, Opoczno, November 28, 1840, 8 am. Groom: Abram LEBER, single, 24, son of late Szymon and late Faiga LEBER, living with his brother Szmul LEBER, mohel.
    Bride: Reyzla GOLDES, single, 22, daughter of Jankiel, day-laborer, and late Chawa.
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Nacha Jankelewicz

Female, #618, Deceased, b. 1848



Parents

Father*Icek Jankelewicz (1797-1853)
Mother*Gitel Taube Zajnwlowicz (1803-after 1851)

Relationships2nd great-grandaunt of Robert Cooper Jacobs
2nd great-grandaunt of Eric Stephen Leber
2nd great-grandaunt of Boris Leber
4th great-grandaunt of Theodore Edson Clark

Charts and other referencesJankelewicz Descendancy Chart

Biographical Details

1848BirthNacha Jankelewicz was born in 1848.1
After 1851Death of ParentHer mother, Gitel Taube Zajnwlowicz, died after 19 November 1851.
1853Death of ParentHer father, Icek Jankelewicz, died on 19 February 1853 in Piotrków Trybunalski, Poland.

Citations

  1. Polish Death Record, Icek Janklewicz, 20 Feb. 1853
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Susan Lewis

Female, #619, Deceased



Family: Luther Rice Jenks (1815-1890)



Charts and other referencesJenks Descendancy Chart

Biographical Details

NameSusan Lewis was also known as Susan Jenks.1
1878Marr-PartnersShe married Luther Rice Jenks on 14 October 1878 in Orleans, Ionia County, Michigan.2
1890Death of SpouseHer husband, Luther Rice Jenks, died on 21 April 1890 in Ferris Township, Montcalm County, Michigan.

Citations

  1. 1850 Federal Census
  2. Marriage Certificate, "Michigan Marriages, 1868-1925," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/N3N9-YVZ : accessed 10 April 2016), Luther R. Jenks and Susan L. Morrel Lewis, 14 Oct 1878; citing Orleans, Ionia, Michigan, v 2 p 12 rn 2964, Department of Vital Records, Lansing; FHL microfilm 2,342,463.
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