Nine Generations

Gisèle Garfinkiel

Gisèle Garfinkiel, May 1951
F, #161, Deceased, b. 12 April 1937, d. 14 December 2013



Parents

Father*Jacob David Garfinkiel (1902-1970)
Mother*Paula Glotzer (1907-1986)

Relationships2nd cousin of Robert Cooper Jacobs
2nd cousin 2 times removed of Theodore Edson ("Theo") Clark

Charts and other referencesGlotzer: Glotzer, Grantz, Guterman, Garfinkiel, & Chomentowski Descendancy Chart

Biographical Details

NameGisèle Garfinkiel was also known as Gisèle Rozenbaum.1
OccupationGisèle Garfinkiel was a dental surgeon in Paris, France.2
1937BirthShe was born on 12 April 1937 in Paris, France.1
1940Naturalization (fam)She was naturalized as part of the family of Jacob David Garfinkiel and Paula Glotzer in Paris, France on 2 May 1940.3

1943Naturalization (fam)Gisèle Garfinkiel was denaturalized as part of the family of Jacob David Garfinkiel and Paula Glotzer in France on 9 September 1943. Under a law promulgated by the Vichy government, the Garfinkiel's were stripped of their French nationality.
1961Birth of ChildHer son Marc Rozenbaum was born on 1 July 1961 in Neuilly sur Seine, France.
1964Birth of ChildHer son Alain Rozenbaum was born on 5 January 1964 in Neuilly sur Seine, France.
1970Death of ParentHer father Jacob David Garfinkiel died on 24 October 1970 in Paris, France.
1986Death of ParentHer mother Paula Glotzer died on 27 October 1986 in Paris, France.
2013DeathGisèle Garfinkiel died on 14 December 2013 at 18th Arrondisement in Paris, France.4,5

Citations

  1. E-mail message, Gisèle Garfinkiel to RCJ, 7/12/2008
  2. E-mail message, Gisèle Rozenbaum to RCJ, 12 Mar 2011, You ask me which studies I did , I was a dental surgeon ,I retired some years ago.
  3. Naturalization Petition, French citizenship application
  4. E-mail message, Marc Rozenbaum to RCJ, 21 June 2014, My mother, Gisèle, passed away on december 14th (not 13th). I suppose
    my father made the mistake, because he was very upset at this time.
  5. Death Certificate, Institut National de la Statistique et des Etudes Economiques (Insee); Paris, France; Fichier des personnes décédées; Roll #: deces-2013.txt; cert. #1709
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Édith Simone Blanche Garfinkiel

Simone Garfinkiel, August 1962
F, #162, Living



Parents

Father*Jacob David Garfinkiel (1902-1970)
Mother*Paula Glotzer (1907-1986)

Relationships2nd cousin of Robert Cooper Jacobs
2nd cousin 2 times removed of Theodore Edson ("Theo") Clark

Charts and other referencesGlotzer: Glotzer, Grantz, Guterman, Garfinkiel, & Chomentowski Descendancy Chart

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Cassie Leber

Cassie Leber
F, #163, Deceased, b. 17 June 1975, d. 2 January 2008



Parents


Relationships1st cousin 1 time removed of Robert Cooper Jacobs
2nd cousin 1 time removed of Harry Maxim Lieber
Daughter of Eric Stephen Leber
Niece of Boris Leber
2nd cousin 1 time removed of Theodore Edson ("Theo") Clark

Charts and other referencesJankelewicz Descendancy Chart; Leber/Lieberman Descendancy Chart

Biographical Details

1975BirthCassie Leber was born on 17 June 1975 in the bedroom of Eric's house in Phillips, Franklin County, Maine.

Eric wrote a memoir of her birth which is linked on the family website, https://genarchives.com/NineGenerations/up/index.htm.

1994IllnessIn 1994 Cassie Leber was paralyzed as the result of sky diving accident in California.1,2
2008DeathShe died by her own hand on 2 January 2008 at 3555 Knobcone Drive in Kelseyville, California. She had been paralyzed since 1994.1,3

Citations

  1. Telephone Interview, Eric Leber to RCJ, 1/5/2008
  2. Personal knowledge of Robert Jacobs. I was there too!
  3. 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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David Wolcott Daub1

David Daub
M, #164, Living



Parents

Father*Gerald Maurice Daub (1925-2006)
Mother*Joan Laurel Hughes


Charts and other referencesJankelewicz Descendancy Chart; Leber/Lieberman Descendancy Chart

Citations

  1. Telephone Interview, David Daub & RCJ, August 5, 2021, Date: 5 AUG 2021, Learned that "W." stands for Wolcott
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Ariana Leber Daub

Ariana Daub
F, #165, Living



Parents


Relationships1st cousin 2 times removed of Robert Cooper Jacobs
2nd cousin 2 times removed of Harry Maxim Lieber
Grandniece of Eric Stephen Leber
Granddaughter of Boris Leber
3rd cousin of Theodore Edson ("Theo") Clark

Charts and other referencesJankelewicz Descendancy Chart; Leber/Lieberman Descendancy Chart

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Lucas Leber Daub

Lucas Leber Daub
M, #166, Living



Parents


Relationships1st cousin 2 times removed of Robert Cooper Jacobs
2nd cousin 2 times removed of Harry Maxim Lieber
Grandnephew of Eric Stephen Leber
Grandson of Boris Leber
3rd cousin of Theodore Edson ("Theo") Clark

Charts and other referencesJankelewicz Descendancy Chart; Leber/Lieberman Descendancy Chart

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Willene Hatcher

Willene Hatcher
F, #167, Deceased, b. 23 November 1930, d. 5 August 2010



Parents

Father*John William Coleman Hatcher (1894-1977)
Mother*Nina Scurlock (1899-1967)


Charts and other referencesEisenberg Descendancy Chart; Glotzer: Glotzer, Grantz, Guterman, Garfinkiel, & Chomentowski Descendancy Chart; Kuperman Descendancy Chart

Biographical Details

MarriedWillene Hatcher was also known as Willene Grantz.1
1930BirthShe was born on 23 November 1930 in Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee.2
1940ResidenceShe lived in Nashville, Tennessee on 1 April 1940.3
1950OccupationIn 1950 Willene Hatcher was a typist.4
1950ResidenceShe lived at 121 North Edgewood Street in Arlington, Virginia on 8 April 1950.4
1951Marr-PartnersShe married Arthur Grantz on 1 April 1951 in Washington, D.C.1,2
1951Birth of ChildHer son David Arthur Grantz was born on 29 December 1951 in Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee.
1954Birth of ChildHer son Eric Grantz was born on 1 July 1954 in Palo Alto, Santa Clara County, California.
1958ResidenceShe lived in Palo Alto, Santa Clara County, California in 1958.5
1958Birth of ChildHer daughter Carol Nina Grantz was born on 28 October 1958 in San Francisco, San Francisco County, California.
1959Birth of ChildHer daughter Sarah Lynn Grantz was born on 22 November 1959 in Palo Alto, Santa Clara County, California.
1967Death of ParentHer mother Nina Scurlock died in August 1967 in Davidson, Tennessee.
1977Death of ParentHer father John William Coleman Hatcher died in 1977.
1980ResidenceWillene Hatcher lived at 380 Olive Street in Menlo Park, San Mateo County, California in 1980.6

1989DivorceArthur Grantz and she were divorced on 25 May 1989.1,2
IllnessShe suffered from from 2007 to 2010 in Cupertino, Santa Clara County, California. suffering from metastasizing cancer.7
2010DeathShe died of cancer on 5 August 2010 in Cupertino, Santa Clara County, California.8
2021Death of SpouseHer former husband Arthur Grantz died on 18 November 2021 in Palo Alto, California.

Citations

  1. Hannah Cooper Guterman, Hannah Guterman's holograph notebook, n.p.
  2. E-mail message, Art Grantz to RCJ, 9/23/2007
  3. 1940 Federal Census, Record originated in..., Year: 1940; Place: Nashville, Davidson, Tennessee; Roll: T627_3973; Page: 3A; Enumeration District: 99-78
  4. 1950 Fed'l Census, Records of the Bureau of the Census, 1790-2007; Record Group Number: 29; Residence Date: 1950; Arlington, Virginia; Roll: 734; Sheet Number: 12; Enumeration District: 7-86, Date: 8 APR 1950
  5. U.S. City Directories, 1822-1995, Ancestry.com
  6. Ancestry.com, U.S. Public Records Index, 1950-1993, Volume 1 (Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010)., Voter Registration Lists, Public Record Filings, Historical Residential Records, and Other Household Database Listings
  7. E-mail message, Arthur Grantz to RCJ, 6 July 2010, "Willene is receiving hospice care at her condominium in Cupertino, CA for metastasizing cancer under the auspices of the Kaiser Foundation Health Plan. The Kaiser people say her days are numbered but she has outlived their stated expectations and looks pretty good for a 79 year old with terminal cancer. Her next goal is to attend Sally's wedding on August 14."
  8. Telephone Interview, Art Grantz & RCJ, 6 Aug. 2010
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David Arthur Grantz

David Grantz
M, #168, Living



Parents

Father*Arthur Grantz (1927-2021)
Mother*Willene Hatcher (1930-2010)

Relationships1st cousin 1 time removed of Robert Cooper Jacobs
3rd great-grandson of Mordechai Eisenberg
2nd cousin 1 time removed of Theodore Edson ("Theo") Clark

Charts and other referencesEisenberg Descendancy Chart; Glotzer: Glotzer, Grantz, Guterman, Garfinkiel, & Chomentowski Descendancy Chart; Kuperman Descendancy Chart

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Eric Grantz

M, #169, Living



Parents

Father*Arthur Grantz (1927-2021)
Mother*Willene Hatcher (1930-2010)

Relationships1st cousin 1 time removed of Robert Cooper Jacobs
3rd great-grandson of Mordechai Eisenberg
2nd cousin 1 time removed of Theodore Edson ("Theo") Clark

Charts and other referencesEisenberg Descendancy Chart; Glotzer: Glotzer, Grantz, Guterman, Garfinkiel, & Chomentowski Descendancy Chart; Kuperman Descendancy Chart

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Sarah Lynn Grantz

Sally Grantz
F, #170, Living



Parents

Father*Arthur Grantz (1927-2021)
Mother*Willene Hatcher (1930-2010)

Relationships1st cousin 1 time removed of Robert Cooper Jacobs
3rd great-granddaughter of Mordechai Eisenberg
2nd cousin 1 time removed of Theodore Edson ("Theo") Clark

Charts and other referencesEisenberg Descendancy Chart; Glotzer: Glotzer, Grantz, Guterman, Garfinkiel, & Chomentowski Descendancy Chart; Kuperman Descendancy Chart

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Carol Nina Grantz

Carol Nina Grantz Bohan
F, #171, Living



Parents

Father*Arthur Grantz (1927-2021)
Mother*Willene Hatcher (1930-2010)

Relationships1st cousin 1 time removed of Robert Cooper Jacobs
3rd great-granddaughter of Mordechai Eisenberg
2nd cousin 1 time removed of Theodore Edson ("Theo") Clark

Charts and other referencesEisenberg Descendancy Chart; Glotzer: Glotzer, Grantz, Guterman, Garfinkiel, & Chomentowski Descendancy Chart; Kuperman Descendancy Chart

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Samuel Sadin

Sam Sadin
M, #172, Deceased, b. 12 March 1918, d. 21 March 2004



Parents

Father*David ("Dave") Sadin (1889-1973)
Mother*Anna Babkow (1890-1979)

Family: Terry Cooper (1921-2014)

Son*Robert Sadin+
Son*Arthur Sadin
Daughter*Madeline Sadin (1952-1970)


Charts and other referencesEisenberg Descendancy Chart; Kuperman Descendancy Chart

Biographical Details

NameSamuel Sadin was also known as Samuel Sadowitz.
1918BirthHe was born on 12 March 1918 in Brooklyn, New York.1,2
1925Residence (family)Abraham Richard ("Abe") Sadin, Michael Sadin, and Samuel Sadin lived with David ("Dave") Sadin and Anna Babkow at 363 Alabama Avenue in Brooklyn, New York on 1 June 1925.3
1939GraduationSamuel Sadin graduated from CCNY downtown — the Baruch School — in New York City in June 1939 with a bachelor's degree.4
1939OccupationIn 1939 Samuel Sadin was an accountant with Eisner & Lubin in New York City.4
1940Marr-PartnersHe married Terry Cooper on 6 October 1940 in the Bronx.5,6
MilitaryHe served in the Army as a private from 7 May 1942 to 1946 at Fort Jay, Governor's Island, in New York City. He was discharged with the rank of captain.7
1945Birth of ChildHis son Robert Sadin was born on 31 October 1945 in Bronx, New York.
OccupationFrom 1949 to 1950 Samuel Sadin was a proprietor of his own lumber trading company in New York City.4,8
1949Birth of ChildHis son Arthur Sadin was born on 19 February 1949 in Bronx, New York.
1950Residence (family)Samuel Sadin and Terry Cooper lived at 777 East 175th St., Apt. 1L, in the Bronx on 3 April 1950.8
1951Residence (family)He and Terry Cooper lived in New Hyde Park, Nassau County, New York in October 1951. on Long Island.
1952Birth of ChildHis daughter Madeline Sadin was born on 1 April 1952 in Bronx, New York.
1970Death of ChildHis daughter Madeline Sadin died on 17 August 1970 in Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz County, California.
After 1970OccupationAfter 1970 Samuel Sadin was an established a program on the rights of the elderly at Hunter College in New York City.4
1973Death of ParentHis father David ("Dave") Sadin died in February 1973 in Brooklyn, New York.
1979Death of ParentHis mother Anna Babkow died in January 1979 in Bronx, New York.
2004DeathSamuel Sadin died on 21 March 2004 in New Hyde Park, Nassau County, New York.9,10
About 2004BurialHe was buried about 22 March 2004 in Beth-El Cemetery in Paramus, Bergen County, New Jersey.11
2009Biography
2014Death of SpouseHis wife Terry Cooper died on 15 February 2014 in New Hyde Park, Nassau County, New York.

Citations

  1. Hannah Cooper Guterman, Hannah Guterman's holograph notebook, n.p.
  2. E-mail message, Terry Cooper Sadin to RCJ, 6 Mar 2011, Sam was born in Brooklyn. Probably at Brooklyn Jewish Hospital which is no longer in existence.
  3. 1925 New York State Census (Ancestry.com), Albany, New York; State Population Census Schedules, 1925; Election District: 50; Assembly District: 02; City: Brooklyn; County: Kings; Page: 77, Date: 1 JUN 1925
  4. E-mail message, Terry Sadin to RCJ, 1/6/2009
  5. Hannah Cooper Guterman, Hannah Guterman's typescript memoir (1986), n.p.
  6. New York City, Marriage License Indexes, 1907-2018 (Ancestry.com Operations, Inc.), Bronx License #10960
  7. NARA, WW II Enlistee database, Samuel Sadin
  8. 1950 Fed'l Census, Records of the Bureau of the Census, 1790-2007; Record Group Number: 29; Residence Date: 1950; Home in 1950: New York, Bronx, New York; Roll: 1307; Sheet Number: 7; Enumeration District: 3-792
  9. Social Security Death Index, U.S., Social Security Death Index [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2015.
  10. New York Times, New York, NY (July 31, 2006), Obituary, published March 22, 2004, SADIN--Sam. On March 21. He is survived by his wife of 63 years, Terry Cooper Sadin, his sons Arthur and Robert, his grandson, Steven and Robert's companion Laura Pearlman. His much loved daughter, Madeline, died in 1970. Other surviving relatives include Anita and Dr. Gadiel Smith, Dan Cooper and his wife Doris Tanner, and Bea Sadin. His family, nieces, nephews, close cousins, many friends and colleagues, and the aides who lovingly cared for him for six years deeply mourn this remarkable man. He dedicated his life to causes for social justice from his student days at City College 23rd Street in the 30s. He served in World War II as a Captain in the Quartermaster Corps and after the war was an active member of the Jewish War Veterans. He ran a successful wholesale lumber business, Seaway Lumber. After the death of his daughter, he retired from the business and helped found the Institute on Law and Rights of Older People at the Brookdale Center on Aging of Hunter College. He was an active participant on the boards of many major organizations and advocacy groups. He supported the NY Quarterly poetry magazine and Greenwich House Pottery. In the 60's he was cochairman of the Interracial Council on Business Opportunity. He was a man of enormous generosity of spirit; thoughtful, charming, and witty. He dedicated his life to his family, his friends, and to a just and ethical society. His brilliance, sense of commitment, leadership and creative thinking helped enrich the lives of the elderly and of all who were fortunate to know him. Services 11 am, Monday, at Riverside Nassau North Chapel in Great Neck, opposite the LIRR station. The family will sit Shiva at 6 Peter Lane, New Hyde Park through Sunday, March 28. In lieu of flowers, contributions in his memory may be madeto the Sadin Law Institute, 425 E. 25th St, New York, NY 10010; Hospice Care Network, 900 Merchants Concourse, Westbury, NY 11590, or to a cause of one's choice.
  11. Find A Grave database, Online: http://www.findagrave.com, Memorial #234084715
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Robert Sadin

Robert Sadin at Juilliard
M, #173, Living



Parents

Father*Samuel Sadin (1918-2004)
Mother*Terry Cooper (1921-2014)

Relationships2nd cousin of Robert Cooper Jacobs
2nd great-grandson of Mordechai Eisenberg
2nd cousin 2 times removed of Theodore Edson ("Theo") Clark

Charts and other referencesEisenberg Descendancy Chart; Kuperman Descendancy Chart

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Arthur Sadin

M, #174, Living



Parents

Father*Samuel Sadin (1918-2004)
Mother*Terry Cooper (1921-2014)

Family 1: Lauri J. Baker


Relationships2nd cousin of Robert Cooper Jacobs
2nd great-grandson of Mordechai Eisenberg
2nd cousin 2 times removed of Theodore Edson ("Theo") Clark

Charts and other referencesEisenberg Descendancy Chart; Kuperman Descendancy Chart

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Madeline Sadin

F, #175, Deceased, b. 1 April 1952, d. 17 August 1970



Parents

Father*Samuel Sadin (1918-2004)
Mother*Terry Cooper (1921-2014)

Relationships2nd cousin of Robert Cooper Jacobs
2nd great-granddaughter of Mordechai Eisenberg
2nd cousin 2 times removed of Theodore Edson ("Theo") Clark

Charts and other referencesEisenberg Descendancy Chart; Kuperman Descendancy Chart

Biographical Details

1952BirthMadeline Sadin was born on 1 April 1952 in the Bronx.1,2,3
1970DeathShe died in an automobile accident on 17 August 1970 in Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz County, California.1,2
About 1970BurialShe was buried about 19 August 1970 in Beth-El Cemetery in Paramus, Bergen County, New Jersey.4
2004Death of ParentHer father Samuel Sadin died on 21 March 2004 in New Hyde Park, Nassau County, New York.
2014Death of ParentHer mother Terry Cooper died on 15 February 2014 in New Hyde Park, Nassau County, New York.

Citations

  1. Hannah Cooper Guterman, Hannah Guterman's holograph notebook, n.p.
  2. California Death Index, 1940 -1997 (Ancestry.com)
  3. Telephone Interview, Terry Cooper Sadin & RCJ, 12/21/2008
  4. Find A Grave database, Online: http://www.findagrave.com, Memorial #234060961
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Chaim Eisenberg

M, #176, Deceased, b. 1 October 1873, d. 6 February 1952



Parents

Father*Mordechai Eisenberg (1832-after 1907)
Mother*Mrs. Khana [Eisenberg] (1832-)

Family: Vichne Levine (about 1874-1944)

Daughter*Frieda Eisenberg+ (1898-about 1997)
Daughter*Mary Eisenberg+ (1900-1966)
Son*Jacob Eisenberg (1900-1981)
Son*Harry Eisenberg+ (1904-1976)
Son*Max Eisenberg+ (1911-1985)
Daughter*Leah Eisenberg+ (1913-1962)

RelationshipsGreat-granduncle of Robert Cooper Jacobs
Son of Mordechai Eisenberg
3rd great-granduncle of Theodore Edson ("Theo") Clark

Charts and other referencesEisenberg Descendancy Chart

Biographical Details

ImmigrantChaim Eisenberg was also known as Hyman Eisenberg.1
BirthHe was also known as Abram-Khaim Eisenberg.2
1873BirthHe was born on 1 October 1873 in Pinsk, Belarus.3,2
1891MilitaryHe served in the Russian Army in 1891 in Pinsk-Karlin, Belarus.4
1897Marr-PartnersHe married Vichne Levine in 1897.3,5
1898Birth of ChildHis daughter Frieda Eisenberg was born in 1898 in Minsk, Belarus.
1900Birth of ChildHis daughter Mary Eisenberg was born in 1900 in Pinsk, Belarus.
1900Birth of ChildHis son Jacob Eisenberg was born on 20 June 1900 in Pinsk, Belarus.
BiographyHe is listed in the Vsia Rossia database: "AIZENBERG Khaim-Movsha; Brewery 1903 805 Pinsk;" he probably worked in the Basevitch brewery.6
1904Birth of ChildHis son Harry Eisenberg was born on 31 March 1904 in Pinsk, Belarus.
1907NoteKhaim owned an apartment on Goncharskaya Street in the house of Goldman.7
After 1907Death of ParentHis father Mordechai Eisenberg died after 1907.
1910ImmigrationChaim Eisenberg migrated to Ellis Island in New York City on 15 August 1910

aboard the SS Lituania which sailed from Libau on August 2.3

1911Birth of ChildHis son Max Eisenberg was born on 20 September 1911 in New York City.
1913Birth of ChildHis daughter Leah Eisenberg was born on 2 May 1913 in New York City.
1920OccupationOn 6 January 1920 Chaim Eisenberg was a presser in a clothing shop in New York City.5
1920Residence (family)He and Vichne Levine lived at 220 Monroe Street in New York City on 6 January 1920.5
1930Language. According to the 1930 Federal census report, Chaim Eisenberg was unable to speak English. I don't believe it for a minute.8
1930OccupationIn 1930 Chaim Eisenberg was a men's trousers presser in New York City.8
1930Residence (family)He and Vichne Levine lived at 2055 Creston Avenue in the Bronx in 1930.8
About 1932Anecdote (fam)About 1932 Anita Cooper Smith believes she remembers visiting Chaim and Vichne when she (Anita) was a little girl. She definitely remembered the name Vichne which she pronounced "Vishna."9
1944Death of SpouseHis wife Vichne Levine died on 21 October 1944 in Bronx, New York.
1952DeathHe died on 6 February 1952 in New York City.10
1952BurialHe was buried on 6 February 1952 in Mt. Judah Cemetery in Ridgewood, Queens County, New York. his grave is in the Schoch Tov A'Pinsk burial society, location 1-U-052-R06.11

Citations

  1. Ancestry.com Public Family Trees, Sherman Family Tree (Ancestry on-line)
  2. Jewish Heritage Research Group (Minsk), "Report on Genealogical Research of Aizenberg Family from Pinsk/Karlin", 15 August 2014, , to Robert Jacobs, p. 4
  3. Passenger Manifest, SS Lituania arr NYC 2 Aug 1910
  4. Jewish Heritage Research Group of Belarus (13B Daumana Street, 220002 Minsk, Belarus), "Report on Genealogical Research of Kuperman Family from Shtetl Pogost-Zarechny and Pinsk", March 22, 2014, to Robert Jacobs, Privately circulated, p.5,

    1893 Family list of Jews petty bourgeois- residents of shtetl Karlin of Pinsk vicinity, Fond 611, opis 7, delo 13, p. 226 overleaf-227

    ¹195 Mordukh son of Itzka Aizinberg, 61

    His wife Khana, 61

    His daughters: Asna - married

    Rokhlya- married

    Ita- married

    Genya- married

    Braina- married

    Beilya, 23

    His sons: Leizer, 26 Added: in 1888 was added to the reserve

    Khaim, 23 Added: in 1891 was drafted to the army

    Mordukh’s brother Shachno, died in 1871

    Shachno’s wife Mikhlya, 59

    Shchno’s sons: 1. Khaim, 39. Added: in 1875 was added to the reserve

    Khaim’s wife Leya, 34

    Khaim’s sons: Shachno, 12. Added: In 1902 didn’t report to the draft location

    Itzik born on November 1, 1887

    Iosel born on August 25, 1892

    Khaim’s daughters: Ester born on March 10, 1891

    Dvoira, born on November 13, 1894

    Gitlya, born on November 13, 1894

    Genya-Rokhlya, born on February 15, 1899

    2. Nekhemia, 31 years old. Added: in 1882 was added to the reserve

    Nekhemia’s wife Reizlya, 30

    Nekhemia’s son Shachno, 10

    Added: in 1904 will be drafted to the army.

    Nekhemia’s daughters: Khaya, born on Decemebr 20, 1889

    Ester, was born on July 15, 1891

    Sulka, was born on November 18, 1892

    Dvoira, was born on January 5, 1894

    Sura, was born on May 25, 1896

    3. Movsha, 25. Added: in 1889 was drafted to the army, in 1891 deserted.

  5. 1920 Federal Census, New York, New York, population schedule, New York, Enumeration District 327, sheet 10B, dwelling 26, family 205, National Archives micropublication T625-1191 (Hyman Eisenberg household).
  6. Hannah Cooper Guterman, Hannah Guterman's typescript memoir (1986), n.p.
  7. Jewish Heritage Research Group (Minsk), "Report on Genealogical Research of Aizenberg Family from Pinsk/Karlin", 15 August 2014, , to Robert Jacobs, p. 7; name found on Duma voters list
  8. 1930 Fed'l Census, Bronx, New York, population schedule, Bronx, Enumeration District 3-355, sheet 15B, dwelling 30, family 343, National Archives micropublication T626-1474 (Joe Calamito household).
  9. Telephone Interview, Anita Cooper Smith & RCJ, 24 March 2014
  10. E-mail message, Monte Sherman to RCJ, 12 Feb 2012, Hyman died 02/06/1952; Fanny died 10/22/1944.
  11. Burial Index, Mt. Judah Cemetery (Hyman Eisenberg), EISENBERG, HYMAN 1-U-052-R06 SHOCH TOV A'PINSK
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Gardner Martin Edson

Gardner Edson
M, #177, Deceased, b. 29 July 1827, d. 20 October 1881



Parents

Family 1: Leonora Viola Tisdell (1833-1854)

Daughter*Eva Edson (1853-1854)

Family 2: Mary Ellen Gillespie (1838-1935)

Son*Edward Edson+ (1860-1944)
Daughter*Jessie Edson+ (1861-1905)

Relationships2nd great-grandfather of Mollie Jenks Edson
4th great-grandfather of Theodore Edson ("Theo") Clark

Charts and other referencesEdson Descendancy Chart

Biographical Details

AkaGardner Martin Edson was also known as Martin Gardner Edson.1,2
1827BirthHe was born on 29 July 1827 in New York.1
EducationHe studied at Beloit Seminary in Beloit, Rock County, Wisconsin from 1849 to 1850. His name is found on a list of students at the Seminary; his residence is stated as Batavia, NY.3
1850OccupationOn 2 August 1850 Gardner Martin Edson was a blacksmith in Beloit; the census-taker recorded his name as "Martin G. Edson."4
1852Marr-PartnersHe married Leonora Viola Tisdell on 30 June 1852 in Harlem, Stephenson County, Illinois.5
1853Birth of ChildHis daughter Eva Edson was born on 27 March 1853 in Illinois.
1854DeathHe became a widower on the death of Leonora Viola Tisdell on 23 July 1854 in Illinois.
1854DeathHe was bereaved by the death of Eva Edson on 25 July 1854 in Illinois.6
1856OccupationIn 1856 Gardner Martin Edson was a blacksmith (name rendered as "Martin G. Edsen") and a member of the militia in Davenport, Scott County, Iowa. According to the check marks on the census form, Edson was a member of the militia and had been a resident of the state for "0" years. He was then 29 years old.7
1859Marr-PartnersHe married Mary Ellen Gillespie on 10 March 1859 in Cerro Gordo County, Iowa.

"The first marriage in the township, tradition claims, was that of a man by the name of Edson who was united to Miss Gillespie, during the year 1859. They have since that event left the county." — 1884 History of Kossuth, Hancock and Winnebago Counties, Iowa. However, the original marriage record gives the location of the marriage as Cerro Gordo County.8,1,9,10,11

1860OccupationIn 1860 Gardner Martin Edson was a farmer in Madison Township, Hancock County, Iowa. The Gillespies were the Edsons near neighbors.8
1860Residence (family)He and Mary Ellen Gillespie lived in Madison Township, Hancock County, Iowa on 20 July 1860.8
1860BirthHis son, Edward Edson, was born in Elk Grove on 30 August 1860.12
1861Birth of ChildHis daughter Jessie Edson was born on 17 November 1861 in Madison Township, Hancock County, Iowa.
Before 1862ArrestA "G.M. Edson" was arrested for rape in Iowa before 17 May 1862. Bail was set at $1000. Nothing further has been learned, either about a trial or about dismissal of the charges.13
1863Draft RegistrationGardner Martin Edson registered for the draft in June 1863 in Glenwood, Mills County, Iowa. the form lists him as a blacksmith; his birthplace is given as New York.14
1863OccupationIn June 1863 Gardner Martin Edson was a blacksmith in Glenwood, Mills County, Iowa. His occupation is recorded as blacksmith by "Martin" in 1850 and 1856 and by "Gardner" in 1863.14
1865MiscHe was assessed $5.83 on income related to the Graham Nodaway Company in November 1865.15
1865OccupationIn November 1865 Gardner Martin Edson was a physician in Mound City, Holt County, Missouri.15
1866MiscHe was assessed $3.45 on 1865 income related to Holt Company in May 1866.16
1866MiscHis name appeared on a list "Registered Name — Continued, Denton Township" in the Holt County Sentinel on 30 November 1866.17
1870ResidenceHe lived in Lewis Township, Holt County, Missouri on 7 June 1870.18
1870OccupationOn 7 June 1870 Gardner Martin Edson was a dentist in Lewis Township, Holt County, Missouri.18
After 1870Death of ParentHis father [Unknown] Edson died after 1870.
Residence (family)Gardner Martin Edson and Mary Ellen Gillespie lived in Sabetha, Nemaha County, Kansas between 1871 and 1872. The Edson family settled briefly in Sabetha between 1871 and 1874, but long enough to help organize the library association. A note lists G. M. Edson: "Sabetha Library Association — In 1871, this association was organized, with S.W. Brooke, President; Emma Brady, Secretary. Its membership included, among others, J.T. Brady, G.M. Edson, Mr. and Mrs. Prof. Philbrook, H. Tarr, Samuel Slosson and D.L. Gebhart. About twenty books were donated and purchased as the nucleus to a library. Until 1879, no changes were made regarding the method of conducting the association. Its only income was the yearly fees and fines imposed. On January 1 of that year, the society was incorporated under the laws of the State, with a capital stock of $1,000, divided into shares of $10 each. The Board of Directors in 1883 were: I.F. Collins, G.C. McGuire, C.L. Sherwood, J. F. Clough, and H. Tarr. Its executive officers were: R.C. Bassett, President: H. Tarr, Secretary: and C.L. Sherwood, Librarian and Treasurer. The library, which occupied a part of Sherwood & Marshall’s drug store, consisted of 650 volumes in all departments of literature. Their use was free to its stockholders, but a yearly fee of $2.00 was charged to all others."19,20
About 1874Anecdote (fam)About 1874 The Edsons acquired land in Smith County, Kansas circa 1874.21
Residence (family)He and Mary Ellen Gillespie lived in Smith Center, Smith County, Kansas from 1875 to 1881. In 1880 the town was also called Centre Township.22,23
OccupationFrom 1875 to 1881 Gardner Martin Edson was a physician, coroner and farmer in Smith Center, Smith County, Kansas.22,24,23
1876AnecdoteOn 14 January 1876.

the Smith County Pioneer reported that Gardner Edson had been injured during the previous week by being thrown from his buggy; by January 14 he had recovered sufficently "to be able to be up and about again."25

1879OccupationIn November 1879 Gardner Martin Edson was an elected county coroner in Smith County, Kansas.26
1880NoteA Federal agricultural production census schedule for Centre Township showed that on Gardner Edson's farm of 170 acres, 70 acres were under cultivation and the remainder was unimproved or in woodlands or pasture. The value of the farm was reported to be $2500, of which livestock was valued at $500 and tools at $100.27,28
1881DeathHe died of a suspected laudanum overdose on 20 October 1881 at the Kansas Central Hotel in Smith Center, Smith County, Kansas.

According to the Kansas Free Press, he had been suffering from epilepsy for some years.29,12,30,31,32

About 1881BurialHe was buried about 22 October 1881 in Fairview Cemetery in Smith County. His headstone is found in Block 1, Section B, Row 10. "Dr. Edson" is the only inscription on it.12,33,34,35
1935Death of SpouseHis wife Mary Ellen Gillespie died on 29 January 1935 in Lynden, Whatcom County, Washington.

Citations

  1. Edson Family Association & Edson Genealogical Association, The Edsonian, Brewer, Maine: Edson Family Association, 1947 ff
  2. 1850 Federal Census, Rock County, Wisconsin population schedule, Beloit, sheet 406A, dwelling 441, family 487, National Archives micropublication M432-1005 (J.P. Houston household).
  3. Yearbooks, Ancestry.com. U.S., School Catalogs, 1765-1935 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2012.Original publlished July 24, 1850
  4. 1850 Federal Census, Rock County, Wisconsin population schedule, Beloit, sheet 406A, dwelling 441, family 487, National Archives micropublication M432-1005 (J.P. Huston household).
  5. Marriage Index, Illinois Statewide Marriage Index, Vol. B, p.8, Lic. No. 309
  6. Find A Grave database, Online: http://www.findagrave.com, Memorial #74560161
  7. 1856 Iowa State Census
  8. 1860 Federal Census, Place: Madison, Hancock, Iowa; Roll: M653_323; Page: 609; Family History Library Film: 803323
  9. Marriage Certificate, Iowa State Public Record Offices, 1834-1900 via Archives.com, Certificate copy apparently unavailable
  10. Marriage Certificate, Cerro Gordo County marriage records, Vol. 1, p.6
  11. History of Kossuth, Hancock and Winnebago Counties, Iowa, Springfield, Illinois: Union Publishing Co, 1884, 696
  12. Edson Family Association & Edson Genealogical Association, The Edsonian, Brewer, Maine: Edson Family Association, 1947 ff, Vol. 52, #3, Fall, 2000, p.37
  13. Newspaper, Muscatine (Iowa) Weekly Journal, 23 May 1862, p.4
  14. Civil War Draft Registrations Records, 1863-1865 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010.
    Original data:

    Consolidated Lists of Civil War Draft Registrations, 1863-1865. NM-65, entry 172, 620 volumes. Records of the Provost Marshal General’s Bureau (Civil War), Record Group 110. National Archives, Washington D.C., Gardner M. Edson, Fifth Congressional District, Iowa
  15. U.S., IRS Assessment Lists, Holt County, Missouri, District 4, Ancestry.com., Monthly and Special lists, November 1865
  16. U.S., IRS Assessment Lists, Holt County, Missouri, District 4, Ancestry.com., District 4 Annual List
  17. Newspaper, Holt County Sentinel, Oregon, Missouri, p.3
  18. 1870 Federal Census
  19. Mollie Edson, Verboden: The Musings of a Washington Pioneer in a Dutch Community, 1890-1944, Multimedia Master's Degree Project Central Washington University, 1999, Letter, Ed Edson to George Burr, 1 November 1940, "It was while we lived in Sabetha before we moved to Smith Co. I was 11 or 12 years old."
  20. Online Record, http://cityofsabetha.com/Other Early Enterprises.html
  21. Mollie Edson, Verboden: The Musings of a Washington Pioneer in a Dutch Community, 1890-1944, Multimedia Master's Degree Project Central Washington University, 1999, Letter, Ed Edson to George Burr, 19 Jan 1941, You asked about our old Smith County holdings. I don't know and don't believe I ever did know just how my paternal acquired title to it. As I remember, he bought someone's relinquishment to start with. I don't believe he homesteaded it so he must have, I suppose, taken it under the Pre-emtion [sic] Act.
  22. 1875 Kansas State Census, G.M. Edson
  23. 1850 Federal Census, Smith County, Kansas population schedule, Centre Township, Enumeration District 310, sheet 19, dwelling 80, family 83, National Archives micropublication T9-397 (Gardner M. Edson household).
  24. 1850 Federal Census, Smith, Kansas; Archive Collection Number: T1130; Roll 35; Page: 19; Line: 5; Agriculture Schedule.
  25. Newspaper, Smith County (KS) Pioneer, 14 January 1876., Date: 14 JAN 1876
  26. William G. Cutler, 1883, William G. Cutler, 1883, History of Kansas, Chicago: A.T. Andreas,, Chicago: A.T. Andreas, Kansas Historical Society Website, Smith County Chapter.
  27. 1850 Federal Census, Smith County, Kansas population schedule, Centre Township, Enumeration District 310, sheet 19, dwelling 80, family 83, National Archives micropublication T9-397 (Gardner Edson houshold).
  28. 1880 Fed'l Census, , Agriculture, , ; ., Smith County, Kansas; Film T1130, Roll 35, Page 19, Line 5; Gardner Edson
  29. 1900 Federal Census, Edward Edson
  30. Mollie Edson, Verboden: The Musings of a Washington Pioneer in a Dutch Community, 1890-1944, Multimedia Master's Degree Project Central Washington University, 1999, /miscellaneous/42-11-30 Ed Autobiography#1.tif
  31. Smith County Kansas Pioneer, Smith Centre, Smith County, Kansas, ., Death's Doings.; October 28, 1881, Volume X, Number 2; p. 4, column 1, Filed as 0245.jpg in RCJ's Kansas papers directory.
  32. Kansas Free Press, Smith Centre, Kansas, DIED—On October 20th, 1881, Dr. G.M. Edson; 28 October 1881, vol. 3, No. 5; p. 5, Col. 2
  33. Smith County Kansas Pioneer, Smith Centre, Smith County, Kansas, ., Death's Doings; October 28, 1881, Volume X, Number 2; p. 4, column 1, Filed as 0245.jpg in RCJ's Kansas papers directory.
  34. Find A Grave database, Online: http://www.findagrave.com, Memorial #120616358
  35. Sarah Steward Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, Tombstone Inscriptions, Smith County, KS, Vol. 2: Center Township Fairview Cemetery, N.p.: Anundsen Publishing, 1989, p.26
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Mary Ellen Gillespie

Mary Ellen Gillespie
F, #178, Deceased, b. 27 March 1838, d. 29 January 1935



Parents

Father*Charles G. Gillespie, Jr. (1814-1903)
Mother*Maria Lutz (1815-1904)

Family: Gardner Martin Edson (1827-1881)

Son*Edward Edson+ (1860-1944)
Daughter*Jessie Edson+ (1861-1905)

Relationships2nd great-grandmother of Mollie Jenks Edson
4th great-grandmother of Theodore Edson ("Theo") Clark

Charts and other referencesEdson Descendancy Chart

Biographical Details

MarriedMary Ellen Gillespie was also known as Mary Ellen Edson.
1838BirthShe was born on 27 March 1838 in Ohio.1
1840ResidenceShe lived in Jackson, Wayne County, Ohio in 1840.2
1850ResidenceShe lived in Guilford, Medina County, Ohio on 4 October 1850.3
1856ResidenceShe lived in Taylor Township, Benton County, Iowa in 1856.4
1859Marr-PartnersShe married Gardner Martin Edson on 10 March 1859 in Cerro Gordo County, Iowa.

"The first marriage in the township, tradition claims, was that of a man by the name of Edson who was united to Miss Gillespie, during the year 1859. They have since that event left the county." — 1884 History of Kossuth, Hancock and Winnebago Counties, Iowa. However, the original marriage record gives the location of the marriage as Cerro Gordo County.5,6,7,8,9

1860Residence (family)Gardner Martin Edson and she lived in Madison Township, Hancock County, Iowa on 20 July 1860.5
1860BirthHer son, Edward Edson, was born in Elk Grove on 30 August 1860.10
1861Birth of ChildHer daughter Jessie Edson was born on 17 November 1861 in Madison Township, Hancock County, Iowa.
1870ResidenceMary Ellen Gillespie lived in Lewis Township, Holt County, Missouri on 7 June 1870.11
Residence (family)Gardner Martin Edson and she lived in Sabetha, Nemaha County, Kansas between 1871 and 1872. The Edson family settled briefly in Sabetha between 1871 and 1874, but long enough to help organize the library association. A note lists G. M. Edson: "Sabetha Library Association — In 1871, this association was organized, with S.W. Brooke, President; Emma Brady, Secretary. Its membership included, among others, J.T. Brady, G.M. Edson, Mr. and Mrs. Prof. Philbrook, H. Tarr, Samuel Slosson and D.L. Gebhart. About twenty books were donated and purchased as the nucleus to a library. Until 1879, no changes were made regarding the method of conducting the association. Its only income was the yearly fees and fines imposed. On January 1 of that year, the society was incorporated under the laws of the State, with a capital stock of $1,000, divided into shares of $10 each. The Board of Directors in 1883 were: I.F. Collins, G.C. McGuire, C.L. Sherwood, J. F. Clough, and H. Tarr. Its executive officers were: R.C. Bassett, President: H. Tarr, Secretary: and C.L. Sherwood, Librarian and Treasurer. The library, which occupied a part of Sherwood & Marshall’s drug store, consisted of 650 volumes in all departments of literature. Their use was free to its stockholders, but a yearly fee of $2.00 was charged to all others."12,13
About 1874Anecdote (fam)About 1874 The Edsons acquired land in Smith County, Kansas circa 1874.14
Residence (family)Gardner Martin Edson and she lived in Smith Center, Smith County, Kansas from 1875 to 1881. In 1880 the town was also called Centre Township.15,16
1881DeathShe was widowed by the death of Gardner Martin Edson on 20 October 1881 at Kansas Central Hotel in Smith Center, Smith County, Kansas.17,10,18,19,20
PossessionsFrom 1882 to 1886 Mary Ellen Gillespie possessed the family land holdings in Smith County, Kansas. Her brother-in-law, David Clark, was given a power of attorney and managed the sales for her.14
1885ResidenceShe lived in Saratoga Precinct, Holt County, Nebraska with Charles G. Gillespie, Jr., on 22 June 1885. she was keeping house for her father, both temporarily away from their spouses.21
1889ResidenceShe lived in Whatcom County, Washington in 1889.22
ResidenceShe lived in Lynden, Whatcom County, Washington from 1889 to 1900.23,22
1903Death of ParentHer father Charles G. Gillespie, Jr., died on 9 September 1903 in Lynden, Whatcom County, Washington.
1904Death of ParentHer mother Maria Lutz died on 10 December 1904 in Anderson, Shasta, California.
1905Death of ChildHer daughter Jessie Edson died on 18 May 1905 in Lynden, Whatcom County, Washington.
ResidenceMary Ellen Gillespie lived at 228 East 76th Street in Portland, Multnomah County, Oregon from 21 April 1910 to 1871. with her sister, Theresa Gillespie Mitchel,She was listed as the widow of Martin Edson.24,25
1920ResidenceShe lived at 1601 I Street in Bellingham, Whatcom County, Washington on 3 January 1920.26
1930ResidenceShe lived in Lynden, Whatcom County, Washington on 11 April 1930.27,28
1935DeathShe died of coronary thrombosis on 29 January 1935 in Lynden, Whatcom County, Washington.28,10
About 1935BurialShe was buried about 30 January 1935 in Lynden Cemetery in Lynden, Washington.29

Citations

  1. One World Tree, Lawson Family Tree
  2. 1840 Federal Census, (Charles Gillespie)
  3. 1850 Federal Census, Place: Guilford, Medina, Ohio; Roll: 709; Page: 290A
  4. 1856 Iowa State Census
  5. 1860 Federal Census, Place: Madison, Hancock, Iowa; Roll: M653_323; Page: 609; Family History Library Film: 803323
  6. Edson Family Association & Edson Genealogical Association, The Edsonian, Brewer, Maine: Edson Family Association, 1947 ff
  7. Marriage Certificate, Iowa State Public Record Offices, 1834-1900 via Archives.com, Certificate copy apparently unavailable
  8. Marriage Certificate, Cerro Gordo County marriage records, Vol. 1, p.6
  9. History of Kossuth, Hancock and Winnebago Counties, Iowa, Springfield, Illinois: Union Publishing Co, 1884, 696
  10. Edson Family Association & Edson Genealogical Association, The Edsonian, Brewer, Maine: Edson Family Association, 1947 ff, Vol. 52, #3, Fall, 2000, p.37
  11. 1870 Federal Census
  12. Mollie Edson, Verboden: The Musings of a Washington Pioneer in a Dutch Community, 1890-1944, Multimedia Master's Degree Project Central Washington University, 1999, Letter, Ed Edson to George Burr, 1 November 1940, "It was while we lived in Sabetha before we moved to Smith Co. I was 11 or 12 years old."
  13. Online Record, http://cityofsabetha.com/Other Early Enterprises.html
  14. Mollie Edson, Verboden: The Musings of a Washington Pioneer in a Dutch Community, 1890-1944, Multimedia Master's Degree Project Central Washington University, 1999, Letter, Ed Edson to George Burr, 19 Jan 1941, You asked about our old Smith County holdings. I don't know and don't believe I ever did know just how my paternal acquired title to it. As I remember, he bought someone's relinquishment to start with. I don't believe he homesteaded it so he must have, I suppose, taken it under the Pre-emtion [sic] Act.
  15. 1875 Kansas State Census, G.M. Edson
  16. 1850 Federal Census, Smith County, Kansas population schedule, Centre Township, Enumeration District 310, sheet 19, dwelling 80, family 83, National Archives micropublication T9-397 (Gardner M. Edson household).
  17. 1900 Federal Census, Edward Edson
  18. Mollie Edson, Verboden: The Musings of a Washington Pioneer in a Dutch Community, 1890-1944, Multimedia Master's Degree Project Central Washington University, 1999, /miscellaneous/42-11-30 Ed Autobiography#1.tif
  19. Smith County Kansas Pioneer, Smith Centre, Smith County, Kansas, ., Death's Doings.; October 28, 1881, Volume X, Number 2; p. 4, column 1, Filed as 0245.jpg in RCJ's Kansas papers directory.
  20. Kansas Free Press, Smith Centre, Kansas, DIED—On October 20th, 1881, Dr. G.M. Edson; 28 October 1881, vol. 3, No. 5; p. 5, Col. 2
  21. 1885 Nebraska Census, 1885 Nebraska State Census, Holt County, Saratoga Township, p. 17; National Archives and Records Administration, M352., Edson misspelled as Edsen
  22. Washington State and Territorial Census, 1857 - 1892, Washington. Washington Territorial Census Rolls, 1857-1892. Olympia, Washington:
  23. 1900 Federal Census
  24. 1910 Federal Census, Ellen G. Edson
  25. City Directory, 1911 Portland City Directory. Ancestry.com. U.S. City Directories, 1822-1995 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2011.
  26. 1920 Federal Census, Ellen Edson
  27. 1930 Fed'l Census, Ellen Edson
  28. Rootsweb, Lawson Family Tree
  29. Find A Grave database, Online: http://www.findagrave.com, Memorial #6661150
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Julius David Jasper

M, #180, Deceased, b. 14 December 1924, d. 4 December 2000



Parents

Father*Max Jasper (1885-1964)
Mother*Lillie Hershkowitz (1896-1956)


Charts and other referencesEisenberg Descendancy Chart; Kuperman Descendancy Chart

Biographical Details

1924BirthJulius David Jasper was born on 14 December 1924 in Yonkers, New York.1,2
ResidenceHe lived at 65 Beaumont Street in Brooklyn, New York from 1930 to 1942.3
1943MilitaryHe served on 29 June 1943. U.S. Navy.4
1946MilitaryHe served on 2 February 1946.4
1948GraduationHe graduated from the University of Tennessee Medical School in Knoxville, Knox County, Tennessee, in 1948 with an M.D.
1950Marr-PartnersHe married Lois May Guterman on 11 June 1950 in Yonkers, New York.1,5
1950MilitaryHe served as a combat physician in Korea with the 3rd Infantry Division, beginning on 1 November 1950 in Korea.6,4
1952Birth of ChildHis son Steven Mark Jasper was born on 7 August 1952 in Queens, New York.
1952MilitaryJulius David Jasper served on 31 October 1952.4
OccupationFrom 1952 to 1998 Julius David Jasper was a physician practicing internal medicine in Mount Vernon, Westchester County, New York.6
1954Birth of ChildHis son Richard Warren Jasper was born on 5 June 1954.
1954Birth of ChildHis daughter Barbara Ann Jasper was born on 5 June 1954.
1956Death of ParentHis mother Lillie Hershkowitz died on 11 December 1956 in Mt. Vernon, New York.
1964Death of ParentHis father Max Jasper died in February 1964 in New York City.
2000DeathJulius David Jasper died on 4 December 2000 in Fairfax, Virginia.7,8,9
2001Death of SpouseHis wife Lois May Guterman died on 13 July 2001 in Eastchester, Westchester County, New York.

Citations

  1. Hannah Cooper Guterman, Hannah Guterman's holograph notebook, n.p.
  2. E-mail message, Gabriel Jasper to RCJ, 31 July 2009
  3. World War II Draft Registration Card, Max Jasper
  4. BIRLS death list, Julius D. Jasper
  5. NY State Marriage Indexes, 1881-1967, Ancestry.com [database on-line]. Lehi, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2017., Date: 11 JUN 1950
  6. New York Times, New York, NY (July 31, 2006), Obituary, 12/6/2000
  7. New York Jewish News, Obituary, Date: 6 DEC 2000
  8. Social Security Death Index, U.S., Social Security Death Index [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2015.
  9. Virginia Deaths, 1912-2014, Accessed on Ancestry.com, 19 Feb 2019; no certficate number
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