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SUMMARIES OF SELECTED DEATH NOTICES AND OBITUARIES
FOUND IN
THE NEW YORK TIMES 1900-1980

Nathan Blumstein and Esther Vishnick Blumstein travelled, with their children, from England to Brooklyn, New York, in 1905, with the intention of rendesvousing with M. Greenbaum, their brother-in-law. In the process of attempting to find Mr. Greenbaum and to locate obituaries on other ancestors who passed away in New York, I have been taking detailed notes that I am sharing on this page. For more information about Nathan and Esther Blumstein and their children, read our Blumstein family page.

Finding Obituaries

Whether or not you are a member of our family or find any of your ancestors on this page, if you are new to genealogy and you came to this page looking for information about the families of your ancestors, you might find our page about finding your ancestors to be helpful.

The information below is a summary of the information I found in selected obituaries which were published in the New York Times between the years 1900 and 1980. I found these particular obituaries primarily by searching for obituaries including the names Nathan Bloomstein or Blumstein, Esther Vishnick or Blumstein, and Max or Morris Greenbaum, using Proquest's online version of The New York Times through my public library.

I also have been specifically searching for obituaries on Weinzimmers and Wishnicks, and summarizing obituaries and death notices containing the names of people I happened to read about, whose surnames were similar or identical to those of the specific families which we are researching.

If you find yourself listed here and wish the information to be privatized or removed, or find any errors in my transcription, please contact me.

In those cases where a number of obituaries have appeared for the same person, I have congealed the information into one listing below. In some instances, I was unable to ascertain the exact surname at time of death, so I left the information about the name of the departed as it appeared in the The New York Times, with no first name in the heading for the announcement.

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In most cases, there is more information in the original obituary, such as terms of endearment, time of the funeral services, and privatized mention of unnamed grandchildren or other nameless relatives, as well as requests to omit flowers or to make donations to specific causes. I chose to omit such information here, to help in avoidance of copyright issues which could occur due to complete copying of the obituaries.

The presence of a person's name below does not necessarily mean they are a member of our family. It simply means that they, or someone else listed in that particular entry, has a surname of interest to us. Those whom we know for sure are related to us, will have links to the relevant family pages on this site as we can take the time to add them, and you can always use the FreeFind Search Box below to search our site for families of interest. In most cases, however, the people listed here (except for Weinzimmer family members), based on our research thus far, are most likely not related to us. To read about our particular families and ancestors, check out our Family Pages, or click here to search this site for a particular person or surname.

Please note that the dates of the obituaries as listed in the search engine copy may sometimes differ by one day from the publication dates, so if you want to track down these obituaries yourself, be sure to search a day before or after if the date I have given does not yield the obituary you are interested in.

I have placed the transcriptions in order of publication date. If you are looking for specific ancestors or relatives, I recommend using your browser's search function to find their names. If you do not know how to do that, then read our page about how to find a word with your browser to easily learn. You can also see an alphabetized list of the obituaries listed here, but remember that your browser can help you locate relatives on this page who have different surnames than that of the deceased, which you would not find if you just use the alphabetical list, which is only a listing of the deceased.

I will be adding more transcription summaries as time permits, so do check back in a month or two for more listings. Remember that you can also obtain historical obituaries, for a very low fee, directly from the New York Times, by choosing "NYT Archive 1851-1980" in the dropdown search box menu at http://query.nytimes.com/search/alternate, or for free online at home from many subscribing public libraries. And if you are looking for obituaries or death information other than what is in the New York Times, be sure to check out the resources in the box to the upper left on this page.

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1900

CAROLINE GREENSTEIN* - 116 [or 110, hard to make out] Humboldt St., age 26, Dec. 24 in Brooklyn. Information found in The New York Times, January 1, 1900

ANNE PHILLIP* - 177 Schenk Av., age 45, Dec. 29. Information found in The New York Times, January 1, 1900

PINKI FINK* - 84 Norfolk St., age 1 year or less, Dec. 30. Information found in The New York Times, January 1, 1900

ABRAHAM GREENBERG* - of 84 William, age 2 years. Information found in The New York Times, January 1, 1900

LUCY HEYMAN* - 400 E. 14th Street, 1 year or less. Information found in The New York Times, January 1, 1900

SAM LEVINE* - 150 Clinton St., 2 years, Dec. 28. Information found in The New York Times, January 1, 1900

SARAH ALTER* - 114 Belmont Av., Brooklyn, age 1 year or less, August 21. Information found in The New York Times, September 3, 1900

CHARLES S. LEVY* - 96 Park Ave., Brooklyn, age 1 year or less, September 1. Information found in The New York Times, September 3, 1900

ALICE MILLER* - 286 Christopher St., Brooklyn, age 1 year or less, September 1. Information found in The New York Times, September 3, 1900

GEORGE MILLER* - 540A Henry St., Brooklyn, age 39, August 31. Information found in The New York Times, September 3, 1900

BESSIE SCHARTOFF* - 94 Essex St., age 1 year or less, August 31. Information found in The New York Times, September 3, 1900

SLORINE STERN* - 123 Allen St., age 1 year or less, September 1. [her name is clearly Slorine in paper, transcriber wonders if it might be a misprint of Florine] Information found in The New York Times, September 3, 1900

SIMON STERN* - 171 E. 102nd St., age 30, Sept. 1. Information found in The New York Times, September 3, 1900

SIMON WEINER* - 302 Cherry St., age 1 year or less, September 2. Information found in The New York Times, September 3, 1900

SOLLY WEINGLASS* - 29 Lewis St., age 2, September 1. Information found in The New York Times, September 3, 1900

1901

IDA DUNKELMAN* - 84 Essex St., age 1 year or less, February 13. Information found in The New York Times, February 15, 1901

FANNIE GOLDSTEIN* - 22 Monroe St., age 98, February 14. Information found in The New York Times, February 15, 1901

MARY IPPOLITI* - 20 Chrystie St., age 3, February 12. Information found in The New York Times, February 15, 1901

ANTHONY P. JACOBI* -107 E. 124th St., age 46, February 12. Information found in The New York Times, February 15, 1901

FRANK S. LEWIN* - 265 W 134th St., age 61, February 11. Information found in The New York Times, February 15, 1901

FRANCES MEYER* - 2,197 5th Av., age 1 year or under, February 13. Information found in The New York Times, February 15, 1901

SARAH PASTERNAK* - 264 Cherry St., age 2, Feb 11. Information found in The New York Times, February 15, 1901

BELA SCHWARZ* - 154 Christie St., age 9, Feb 13. Information found in The New York Times, February 15, 1901

EDITH WEINBERG* - 1229 Madison Av., age 1 yr or less, Feb. 13. Information found in The New York Times, February 15, 1901

MICHAEL MITCHELL* - 120 Verona St., Brooklyn, age 31, Feb. 11. Information found in The New York Times, February 15, 1901

JOHN L. SNEDAKER* - 189 Nelson St., Brooklyn, age 81, Feb 13. Information found in The New York Times, February 15, 1901

MORRIS SUSSMAN* - 165 Boerum St., age 3, Feb 12. Information found in The New York Times, February 15, 1901

BRIAN BAUM* - 19 W. 112th St., age 67, on November 18, 1901. Information found in The New York Times, November 22, 1901

FANNY COHEN* - 171 Bowery, age 5, on November 20, 1901. Information found in The New York Times, November 22, 1901

GEORGIA GREEN* - 537 W. 144th St., age 3, on November 20, 1901. Information found in The New York Times, November 22, 1901

UNKNOWN GREENBAUM* - 160 Lewis St., age 1 or younger, on November 20, 1901. [Note: there was a long line (i.e. "___") instead of a name for this person in the newspaper, may have been a child who was not yet named or whose first name was simply not known. ] Information found in The New York Times, November 22, 1901

JACOB GOLDBECK* - 208 E. 8th St., age 27, on November 18, 1901. Information found in The New York Times, November 22, 1901

JOSEPH GREEN* - 312 Broome St., age 63, on Nov 20, 1901. Information found in The New York Times, November 22, 1901

SAMUEL GOLDFARB* - 111 Madison St., age 66, on November 20, 1901. Information found in The New York Times, November 22, 1901

ISRAEL JACOBS* - 274 E. Broadway, age 24, on November 20, 1901.
[NOTE: Israel Jacobs is shown in the 1900 US Census in Manhattan as living with his parents Abraham and Rachael Jacobs at the East Broadway address, along with siblings Morris, Rosie, Fanny, Max, Leo and Harry Jacobs.] Death listing found in The New York Times, November 22, 1901

JAMES JONES* - 4 Spring St., age 52, on November 18, 1901. Information found in The New York Times, November 22, 1901

HENRY M. KAMINSKI* - 201 W. 117th, age 66, on November 19, 1901. Information found in The New York Times, November 22, 1901

PATRICK LEWIS* - 534 6th Av., age 50, on November 19, 1901. Information found in The New York Times, November 22, 1901

REGINE ROSENAU* - 110 E. 116th St., age 27, on November 19, 1901. Information found in The New York Times, November 22, 1901

1902

HARRY BLOOMSTEIN* - 187 Clinton Street, Manhattan, age 32, August 14, 1902. Information found in The New York Times, August 16, 1902

SAMUEL GOLDBERG* - 314 Madison Street, Manhattan, age 1, August 14, 1902. Information found in The New York Times, August 16, 1902

MAX GOLDSTEIN* - 105 Broome Street, Manhattan, age 1, August 15, 1902. Information found in The New York Times, August 16, 1902

ALFRED JACOBS* - 14 W. 113th Street, Manhattan, August 14, 1902, age 1. Information found in The New York Times, August 16, 1902

AMOS ABRAMS* - On August 27, at Lynbrook, L.I., Amos Abrams, aged 52 years, formerly of Brooklyn. Information found in The New York Times, August 31, 1902

EVA L. ARENDT* - On August 28, in her 38th year, at the residence of her brother, R. Baer, 126 West One Hundred and Fifteenth Street. Information found in The New York Times, August 31, 1902

MRS. PETER BRESSLER* - On August 24, at 454 West Twenty-eighth Street, Mrs. Peter Bressler (nee Brighton), aged 23 years. Information found in The New York Times, August 31, 1902

WILLIAM C. COOPER*, COL. - On August 29, at Mount Vernon, Ohio, aged 71 years. Information found in The New York Times, August 31, 1902

C. P. COOPER*, CAPTN. - On August 23, at Washington, of the transport Kearney. Information found in The New York Times, August 31, 1902

NATHAN GREENEBAUM* - On August 24, son of Edward and Sarah Greenebaum, aged 6 years and 7 months; residence 913 Eagle Avenue. Information found in The New York Times, August 31, 1902

KATIE GREEN* - On August 27, daughter of Joseph and the late Catherine Green, of 1724 Second Avenue. Information found in The New York Times, August 31, 1902

WILLIAM H. HUBBELL, COL. - On August 26, aged 55 years, of 935 St. Mark's Avenue, Brooklyn, at the home of Dr. I. MacMunn Holly, 636 St. Mark's Avenue, Brooklyn, Information found in The New York Times, August 31, 1902

SIGMUND MEYER* - On August 28, husband of Hannah Meyer, father of Mollie Oppenheimer, residence 1383 Third Avenue. Information found in The New York Times, August 31, 1902

DAVID WEISSHEIMER* - Father of David and Minnie Weissheimer, in his 59th year, residence 337 West Eighteenth Street. Information found in The New York Times, August 31, 1902

1903

MARKS BLOOMBERG* - 449 E. 116th, Manhattan, age 59, on February 10. Information found in The New York Times, February 11, 1903

KATIE GREENBAUM* - 324 E. Houston, Manhattan, age 60, on February 7. Information found in The New York Times, February 11, 1903

LOUISE GROSS* - 249 W. 38th St., Manhattan, age 38, on February 6. Information found in The New York Times, February 11, 1903

ISRAEL SCHWARTZ* - 55 Cannon St., Manhattan, age 1 yr or less, on February 9. Information found in The New York Times, February 11, 1903

RACHAEL ABRAMOVICH* - 103 Hester, Manhattan, age 70, on February 9. Information found in The New York Times, February 12, 1903

ABRAHAM COHEN* - 184 Madison St., Manhattan, age 43, on February 9. Information found in The New York Times, February 12, 1903

ROSE COHEN* - 212 W. 114th St., Manhattan, age 51, on February 9. Information found in The New York Times, February 12, 1903

ANNIE GREENBAUM* - 234 E. 115th, Manhattan, age 50, February 9. Information found in The New York Times, February 12, 1903

ADOLPH GROSS* - 60 E. 3rd St., Manhattan, age 38, February 4. Information found in The New York Times, February 11, 1903

JOSEPH GEIGER* - Joseph, 22 1st Ave., Manhattan, age 63, February 10. Information found in The New York Times, February 12, 1903

LOUIS KAPLAN* - 37 Orchard St., Manhattan, age 50, February 9. Information found in The New York Times, February 12, 1903

BERTHA SHAPIRO* - 320 E. 80th St., Manhattan, 1 year or younger, on February 11. Information found in The New York Times, February 12, 1903

JOHAN SCHNEIDER* - Seton Hospital, Bronx, age 45, on February 10. Information found in The New York Times, February 12, 1903

MAGDALINA KLEIN* - 96 N. Oxford St., Brooklyn, age 60, on February 10. Information found in The New York Times, February 12, 1903

EMMA R. SCHWARZ* - 135 Clifton Place, Brooklyn, age 61, on February 10. Information found in The New York Times, February 12, 1903

GEORGE ABRAHAMS* - 369 Grand St., Manhattan, age 40, on May 10. Information found in The New York Times, May 12, 1903

FANNIE SILVERSTEIN* - 171 Eldridge, Manhattan, 1 yr or less, on May 10. Information found in The New York Times, May 12, 1903

ANNIE ROOS* - 686 St. Ann's Ave., Bronx, 1 yr or less, on May 9. Information found in The New York Times, May 12, 1903

A. GREENBAUM* - St. Mary's Hospital, Brooklyn, 1 yr or less, on May 10. Information found in The New York Times, May 12, 1903

J. SCHWARZ* - 138 St. Nicholas Ave., Brooklyn, age 40, on May 10. Information found in The New York Times, May 12, 1903

FERDINAND SMITH* - 26 Moore St., Brooklyn, 1 yr or less, on May 10. Information found in The New York Times, May 12, 1903

MORITZ GREENBAUM* - 211 E. 85th St., Manhattan, age 29, on November 29. Information found in The New York Times, December 1, 1903

HATTIE HEYMAN* - 515 E. 83rd St., Manhattan, 1 year or younger, on November 29. Information found in The New York Times, December 1, 1903

HERMAN LUSTIG* - 171 E. 77th St., Manhattan, age 54, on November 28. Information found in The New York Times, December 1, 1903

CHRISTOPHER ZIMMER* - 159 E. 122nd St., Manhattan, age 53 [or 58], on November 28. Information found in The New York Times, December 1, 1903

DIETRICH SCHNEIDER* - William's Bridge, Bronx, age 74, on November 28. Information found in The New York Times, December 1, 1903

ALICE M. GROSS* - 497 Dean St., Brooklyn, 1 year or younger, on November 30. Information found in The New York Times, December 1, 1903

MINNIE SCHNEIDER* - 1554 Fulton St., Brooklyn, age 65, on November 28. Information found in The New York Times, December 1, 1903

SARAH SMITH* - N.Y. City Home, Brooklyn, age 70, on November 29. Information found in The New York Times, December 1, 1903

1904

BARUCH BARTKOFSKY* - 53 Essex St., Manhattan, age 32, January 8. Information found in The New York Times, January 11, 1904

HARRY COHN* - 209 E. 100th St., Manhattan, age 10, on January 9. Information found in The New York Times, January 11, 1904

JOSEPH GREEN* - 13 Lewis St., Manhattan, 1 year or younger, on January 9. Information found in The New York Times, January 11, 1904

JACOB GREENBAUM* - 213 Broome St., Manhattan, age 59, January 8. Information found in The New York Times, January 11, 1904

MARGARET KANE* - 770 Lexington Ave., Manhattan, age 2, on January 8. Information found in The New York Times, January 11, 1904

FRANCIS L. OPPENHEIM* - 1676 Madison Ave., Manhattan, age 70, on January 8. Information found in The New York Times, January 11, 1904

WALTER E. SMITH* - 200 W. 89th St., Manhattan, age 35, January 9. Information found in The New York Times, January 11, 1904

SAMUEL KAPLAN* - Bushwick Hospital, Brooklyn, age 42, January 8. Information found in The New York Times, January 11, 1904

MICHELE RUBIN* - 30 Main St., Brooklyn, 1 year or younger, January 9. Information found in The New York Times, January 11, 1904

LYNE ROSENGREEN* - Con's Home, Brooklyn, age 17, January 8. Information found in The New York Times, January 11, 1904

BELLA SHAPIRO* - 38 Leonard St., Brooklyn, age 3, January 9. Information found in The New York Times, January 11, 1904

JAMES STONE* - 140 Franklin St., Brooklyn, age 73, January 8. Information found in The New York Times, January 11, 1904

1908-1909

MARY H. FORMAN* - 316 Sherman Av., Jersey City Heights, August 22, aged 8_ [looks like 81 or 87]. Information found in The New York Times, August 25, 1908

WALTER S. GREENBAUM* - At 147 West 142nd St., August 23. Information found in The New York Times, August 25, 1908

NATHAN GREENBAUM* - 173 East 119th St., June 27. Information found in The New York Times, June 29, 1909

WILLIAM R. GREENBAUM* - 342 East 50th St., November 21, aged 24. Information found in The New York Times, November 24, 1909

LOUISE SCHNEIDER* - 173 Harman St., Brooklyn, November 21. Information found in The New York Times, November 24, 1909

1912-1919

SOLOMON H. GREENBAUM - on March 29, in his 78th year, husband of the late Fanny Greenbaum and father of Hattie Hess, William, Edwin, and Rosalie Greenbaum. He was a well-known, retired real estate broker who was born in Germany. Funeral from his late residence, 1421 Madison Ave., March 31. Information found in The New York Times, March 30 and 31, 1912

JOSEPH GREENBURG - a manufacturer of toy wagons, died of heart disease at the age of 52, on Friday, March 28th at his home, 557 West 124th Street. Mrs. Greenburg, two sons and a daughter survive him. Information found in The New York Times, March 31, 1912

HENRY SCHNEIDER* - 157 Nevins St., Brooklyn, March 29. Information found in The New York Times, March 31, 1912

MARY GREENE* - 9 Palisade Ave., Jersey City, March 29. Information found in The New York Times, March 31, 1912

WILLIAM BENEDICK GREENBAUM - Friday morning at his home, 281 Edgecombe Ave., at age 58 years. He was a broker who was born in Louisville, Kentucky, survived by a brother. Information found in The New York Times, April 14, 1912

HENRIETTA GREENBAUM - 103 E. 104th St., August 19. Information found in The New York Times, August 21, 1912

ROSA BLUM - On March 14, 1915, in her 54th year, wife of Emanuel Blum, sister of Rachel Stern, Amelia Greenbaum, and Meyer, Moses, and Jacob Rosenberg. Funeral from her late residence, 205 West 140th St., Wednesday. Easton and Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania papers copy. Information found in The New York Times, March 17, 1915

JACOB BUCKBINDER - husband of Hansy Hertzberg and father of Mrs. I Spiegel, Mrs. J. Goldberg, Mrs. H. Heyman, William, Albert, Arnold, Sadie and Tobie Buckbinder. Funeral Wednesday morning, 416 1st Street, Hoboken, N.J. Providence (R.I.) and Albany papers copy. Information found in The New York Times, March 17, 1915

MARY T. RICHARDS - On December 31, 1915, Mary T. Richards. Funeral service from her late residence, 42 Rogers Av., Brooklyn, on January 3, 1916. Information found in The New York Times, January 2, 1916

MOSES GREENBAUM - On January 1, husband of Sarah, father of Mrs. Philip Goldenberg and Milton M. Greenbaum. Funeral in Baltimore. Baltimore and Pittsburg papers please copy. Information found in The New York Times, January 2, 1916

JULIUS RAFALSKY - On June 1, age 76, Julius, father of Henry, Mark, Mrs. H. Lavine, and Mrs. Ben Cohen. Funeral from the home of his daughter, Mrs. Ben Cohen, 68 Morris St., Yonkers, N. Y. Interment at Bayside Cemetary. Information found in The New York Times, June 4, 1916

REGINA ZEISLER - age 58, mother of Dr. S. Greenbaum, of Mrs. Ethel Rogers, Isadore, Max, and Lewis Greenbaum. Funeral services June 5, from 1,468 Carroll St., corner Albany Av., Brooklyn. [NOTE: obituary on June 4 had her listed as "GREENBAUM -- Regina Zeigler" ] Information found in The New York Times, June 4 and 5, 1916

ISRAEL COHEN - monument unveiling at Mount Carmel Cemetary on June 11. Information found in The New York Times, June 5, 1916

BERNARD M. LEVY, JR. - On Tuesday, February 27, Bernard M. Levy, Jr., son of Bernard M. and Lottie Levy. Information found in The New York Times, March 1, 1917

JACK F. GREENBAUM - Private in Co. D. 307 Motor Repair Shop, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. Greenbaum of 383 East 157th St., at Fort McHenry, Maryland, October 7, 1918. Funeral at D.J. Rothschild Funeral Parlors. Information found in The New York Times, October 11, 1918

CHARLES V. SCHNEIDER, Jr. - In Morristown, N.J., on Tuesday, October 15, 1918, son of Charles H. and the late Albertine L. Schneider of Madison, N.J. Funeral services from 47 Budd St., Morristown, N.J., on Thursday afternoon. Information found in The New York Times, October 16, 1918

ISAAC SNITKIN - husband of Rose and father of Leonard A. and Maurice L., Esther Wahrman, Margaret Greenbaum and Reva Friedland, in his 63rd year. Funeral from his late residence, 2929 West 32nd St., Coney Island. Interment Mt. Nebo Cemetary. Boston papers please copy. Information found in The New York Times, October 16, 1918

MAX GREENBAUM - Brother [member] of the Maimonedes Benevolent Society. Funeral from his late residence, 21 State Street, Flushing, Long Island (Harry N. Simon, President; Samuel Scheuer, Secretary.) Information found in The New York Times, February 1919

LEWIS HEYMAN - Age 64, on February 16. Brother of Esther, Solomon, Abram and Joel Van Raalte. Funeral at Hulberg's Chapel, 265 West 125th St. Information found in The New York Times, February 1919

NATHAN ZIMMER* - On February 17, in his 59th year. Brother of Leopold Zimmer. Funeral service at 151 East 125th St., February 19. Information found in The New York Times, February 1919

FRANCES GREENBAUM - on Sunday, March 2, 1919, mother of Dave Greenbaum of Savannah, Georgia, and Joseph L. Greenbaum, at her residence. Savannah papers please copy. Information found in The New York Times, March 4, 1919

WILLIAM NEWMAN - On March 3, husband of Pauline (Sussman), father of Rosalie, Jesse, and Natalie, 749 Trinity Ave., Bronx. Funeral private. Services at Rothschild's Funeral Chapel, 2003 7th Av. Information found in The New York Times, March 4, 1919

KENNETH ROSENBERG - youngest son of Albert L. and Stella S. Rosenberg, 2643 Broadway; born January 13, 1919. Interment private. Information found in The New York Times, March 4, 1919

MARGARET GROSSMAN DEBUS - on Saturday, March 8, at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Robert Downey, at Georgetown, Connecticut, in her 85th year. Utica, N.Y., papers please copy. Information found in The New York Times, March 10, 1919

ISAAC GREENBAUM - husband of the late Ernestine and father of Herman J. and Flora. Funeral from his late residence, 120 West 112th St. Information found in The New York Times, March 10, 1919

LAZARUS BAER - on March 9, in his 65th year, father of Joseph, David, and Burnett L., Mrs. Beulah Baer Geiger, Mrs. Lillian Baer Lipschutz. Funeral private. Hoosick Falls, N.Y., papers please copy. Information found in The New York Times, March 10, 1919

MARIE L. MERGENTIME - on March 14, sister of Clara, Sophie Baer, Louise Baer, and Mathilde Pappenheimer. Funeral from her late residence, 375 Central Park West. Indianapolis and Peru, Indiana, papers please copy. Information found in The New York Times, March 17, 1919

ABRAHAM GOLDFINGER - on June 1, Abraham, son of Martha, brother of Samuel, Essye Greenbaum, Rose Goodman. Funeral at 911 Simpson St., Bronx. Information found in The New York Times, June 3, 1919

ROSE GREENWALD - on June 9, in her 48th year, wife of Henry and mother of Curtis, daughter of the late Henry and Hannah Greenebaum [sic], sister of Jennie Helborn and Tobias, Max, Michael and Milton Greenbaum. Funeral from the chapel of Saul A. Rothschild, 2003 7th Ave. Information found in The New York Times, June 11, 1919

YETTA LOEWENSTEIN - wife of Levy, mother of Bertha Morvay, Helen Greenbaum, Minnie Schwartz, Moses and Nathan. Members Sarah Lodge 3, I.O.F.S. of I.; Palestina Lodge 36, I.O.F.S. of I.; Asaria Lodge 164, I.O.B.B. invited to attend funeral. Information found in The New York Times, August 3, 1919

MOSES COHN - of 514 West 152nd St., husband of Sarah (nee Pfifferling), and father of Joe, Arthur, and Milton Cohn. Services from Meyers's Funeral Parlors, 228 Lenox Ave. Information found in The New York Times, December 29, 1919

EMMA GREENBAUM - (nee Hess) in her 72nd year. Wife of Max Greenbaum. Funeral from her late residence, 419 East 137th St. Information found in The New York Times, December 29, 1919

1920-1929

LOUIS M. BLUMSTEIN - On Sunday, January 25, 1920, at age 56, husband of Fannie S., brother of William Blumstein. Member of Centenial Lodge 763, F. and A.M. Born in Germany, came to the U.S. about 1885, he started out as a peddler. Became the owner both of a small basement store which developed into two large department stores, and of the Mohawk Silk Fabric Company. Information found in The New York Times, January 26-27, 1920

RUTH FRIEDER - on February 3, 1920, infant daughter of Max and Janet (nee Cohen) Frieder. Funeral private. Information found in The New York Times, February 5, 1920

KATE LAYTON GORDON - On February 4, 1920, widow of Archibald Douglas Gordon, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. W. H. Seibert [or Selbert], 120 Wellington Road, Garden City, N.Y. Funeral on Friday, February 6, at Trinity Church, Roslyn, N.Y. Information found in The New York Times, February 5, 1920

MAX M. ISAACS - on February 4, 1920, husband of Lucille Isaacs (nee Greenbaum) and son of Askel Isaacs, in his 39th year. Funeral services at his late residence, 410 Bement Av., West New Brighton, S.T. Interment Washington Cemetary, Brooklyn. Information found in The New York Times, February 5, 1920

ISAAK KRESCHES - husband of Rachel, and father of Dora Feinberg, Rebecca Cohen, David and Lillie, February 4. Funeral from 218 Rodney St., Brooklyn. Funeral services at 79-81 Forsyth St., New York. Interment Washington Cemetary. Information found in The New York Times, February 5, 1920

HELEN WEISEL - (nee Cohn) On February 4, wife of Isadore and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cohn. Funeral from her late residence, 1293 2nd Ave. Information found in The New York Times, February 5, 1920

LEONORA COWEN - On February 4, widow of the late Julius M. Cowen, and mother of William, Isadore, Mrs. Max B. Freid, Elias, David, and the late Abraham W. Cowen. Funeral from the chapel of Saul A. Rothschild, 159 West 120th St. Information found in The New York Times, on February 5 and 8, 1920

ISAAC E. COHEN - husband of Minnie Cohen (nee Levy), on February 6. Funeral from his late residence, 120 West 123rd St., on February 8. Relatives and friends, Liberty Lodge K. of P., Levanom Lodge, F. and A. M.; Lady Rose Society and Hannah Blackburn Society invited to attend. Information found in The New York Times, February 8, 1920

SOPHIE J. GERSTLE - On February 6, widow of Rafael H. Gerstle, mother of Henry S., and daughter of the late Samuel R. and Jane Jacobs. Funeral from her late residence, Hotel Ansonia, Broadway and 73rd St. Information found in The New York Times, February 8, 1920

ISIDORE GREENBAUM - On Saturday, February 7, Isidore Greenbaum, husband of Blanche and father of Rosalind and Walter. Funeral from Sam Rothschild's Funeral Chapel, 208 Lenox Av. Information found in The New York Times, February 8, 1920

ABRAHAM COHEN - On February 13, in his 70th year. Husband of Pauline and father of Emanuel, Ike, Ben, Mrs. A. Warradels, Bertha, Goldie, Sam, Charles, Ruth and Jessie. Member of Congregation B'nai Peseir (Henry Peyser, Secretary). Funeral from his late residence, 51 West 183rd Street, Bronx. Interment Bayside Cemetary. Information found in The New York Times, February 14, 1921

JULIUS FISHER - Member of Wendell Phillips Lodge, No. 365, Knights of Pythias (A.H. Greenbaum, Chencellor Commander, Robert M. Robinson, Keeper of R. & S.). Funeral services at his late home, 590 West 172nd St. Information found in The New York Times, February 14, 1921

HENRY W. GORDON - husband of Mary A., on Feb. 13. Funeral private. Information found in The New York Times, February 14, 1921

CHARLES G. LEVY - on Feb. 13, in his sixty-third year, husband of Gertrude (nee Joseph), father of Minnie R. Leavy, Leonard and Benjamin. Funeral from his late residence, 780 Riverside Drive. Information found in The New York Times, February 14, 1921

MARIA ANNA SACHSE - On Sunday, Feb. 12. Funeral service at her late residence, 2226 Valentine Av., Bronx. Information found in The New York Times, February 14, 1921

SARAH JACOBS - Widow of late Solomon Jacobs, mother of Fannie Levy, grandmother of Lyllian Sindeband, Bessie Helburn, Albert and Aaron Levy, in her 78th year, on Saturday, Sept. 23, at her residence, Saratoga Springs. Information found in The New York Times, September 24, 1922

KATE LEFFLER - (nee Levy), in her 85th year, mother of Jacob, Joseph, John, Benjamin, George, Lizzie Schloss, Sarah Wolf, Annie Lazarus, and Theresa Phillips, sister of Louis Levy. Services at Linden Hill Cemetary Chapel. Information found in The New York Times, September 24, 1922

LIBBY LEVY - September 23, mother of Bessie and Ray Semansky, Rose Ascher, Fannie Bernstein and Sarah Cohen. Information found in The New York Times, September 24, 1922

SAMUEL MENDELSON - on Thursday, Sept. 21, 1922, in his 67th year, brother of Charles and David P. Mendelson, Fredricka Jacobs, Eva Greenbaum and Anna Poll. Funeral from his late home, 161 Milton St., Brooklyn. Member of Manuel Lodge No. 636, F. and A.M.; Altair Chapter No. 237, R. A. M.[sic, probably should be F. A. M.]; Theodore Roosevelt Lodge No. 306, K. of P.; Norman A. Manning Lodge No. 415, I. O. O. F..; Mecca Temple, A. A. O. N. M. S., No. 1; New York Consistory No. 1, Scottish Rite. Service Mount Carmel Cemetary. Information found in The New York Times, September 24, 1922

ESTER GREENBAUM - aged 72, mother of Mrs. Sam Krautman, Mrs. Sarah Kagel and Ray Greenbaum, passed away Wednesday, Nov. 14, 1 A.M. Funeral from Winter & Reich Chapel, 127 West 116th St. Information found in The New York Times, November 16, 1922

ELIZABETH WARD GREENWOOD - On Tuesday, Nov. 28 [or 29, hard to read] 1922, of 229 Gates Avenue, Brooklyn. Funeral services at the Lefferts Place Chapel, 86 Lefferts Place, near Grand Avenue. Information found in The New York Times, December 1, 1922

ISIDOR GREENBAUM - husband of Johanna, father of Babette Rathheim, suddenly, in his 56th year, at his residence, 672 St. Nicholas Ave. Member (brother) of Level Lodge, No. 914, (Abraham J. Kenner, Master. Joseph Brand, Secretary) F. & A. M., and of Maimonedes Benevolent Society. Funeral services at his late residence. Information found in The New York Times, December 1 and 2, 1922

JOHN KNEELAND GREEN - husband of Ella Dove, on Thursday, Nov. 30, at his residence, 259 West 92nd St. Veteran of the First Company, Seventh Regiment (Willard C. Fisk, President), and member of the Association of ex-Members of the First Company, Seventh Regiment (R. Telfair Smith, President. Joseph A. Faye, Secretary). Funeral services at St. Paul's Chapel, Broadway and Fulton St. Information found in The New York Times, December 1 and 2, 1922

LOUIS C. GREENBAUM - husband of Bertha, father of Maurice, and brother of Dr. S. Greenbaum, Mrs. Ethel Rodgers, Isador Greenbaum and Max Greenbaum. Information found in the New York Times, December 19, 1927 Services at Riverside Memorial Chapel on Dec. 19, 1927.

WOLF WEINZIMMER - husband of Ray, father of Alice, Sam, Dollie Hirsch and Anita Smith. Funeral Morris Funeral Parlor, 171 Thatford Ave., Brooklyn. Interment Montefiore Cemetary. Information found in The New York Times, December 31, 1928

1930-1939

BENJAMIN E. COHEN - Secretary to Mt. Scopus Lodge, 1,075, F. and A. M. (D. Kronish, Master), on April 23, 1931. Information found in The New York Times, April 25, 1931

ARNOLD LUSTIG - on April 24, 1931, son of Mrs. Clara Lustig. Services at Mt. Sinai Hospital Chapel. Information found in The New York Times, April 25, 1931

SARAH GREENBAUM - (nee Sarah Nussbaum) passed away in Newark, N.J., on February 27, 1933. Wife of the late Isadore Greenbaum, mother of Mrs. Elsie Gerson, Mrs. Lorraine Reiter and Milton Greenbaum, and sister-in-law of Max Greenbaum. Burial was at the Oheb Shalom Cemetary, Hillside, N.J. Information found in the New York Times, February 28, 1933

EDWARD BLUME - son of Solomon and Annie, brother of Max, Herman, Henry, Alexander, Rose and Nathan. Services at Riverside Memorial Chapel. Information found in The New York Times, September 12, 1933

MURRAY BLUMSTEIN - on September 10, at his residence, 53 Robinson Av. [Robertson Av.], White Plains. Husband of Sadie, member (brother) of Columbus Lodge No. 332, K. of P. Funeral services Tuesday at Riverside Memorial Chapel. Information found in The New York Times, September 11 and 12, 1933

DORA BENDER - mother of Dr. Milton and Charles Bender, sister of Henrietta Levinson, Fanye Alexander, Jennie Feldberg, Lottie Collins and Ralph Schreiber. Reposing at the Riverside Memorial Chapel, 76th and Amsterdam. Information found in The New York Times, March 9, 1934

ELLIOT WALTER COWEN - son of Sigmund S. and Genee, brother of Lester. Services Sunday, March 11 at the Riverside Memorial Chapel, 76th St. and Amsterdam Ave. Information found in The New York Times, March 9, 1934

GEORGE MOSKOWITZ - suddenly, in his sixty-second year, at his residence, 367 Central Av., Brooklyn, husband of Minnie and father of Albert. Funeral today from his residence. Interment at Mt. Hebron Cemetery, Moskowitz family plot. Information found in The New York Times, March 9, 1934

LOUIS NEWBERGER - husband of Birdie (nee Bernstein), brother of Adolph. Services Riverside Chapel, 76th St., Amsterdam Av., Sunday. Information found in The New York Times, March 9, 1934

SAMUEL A. SCHREIBER - husband of Ida, father of Minna London, Charles and Jack Schreiber, brotherof Dora Bender, Henrietta Levinson, Fannie Alexander, Jennie Feldberg, Lottie Collins, Ralph Schreiber. Member of and loss mourned by New York Lodge No. 1, B.P.O. Elks (James Garrett Wallace, Exalted Ruler; Wm. T. Phillips., P.E.R Secretary). Services Friday, March 9, at the Riverside Memorial Chapel, 76th St. and Amsterdam Av. Providence, Rhode Island, papers please copy. Information found in The New York Times, March 9, 1934

ANNIE BLUME - widow of the late Solomon Blume, mother of Rose Kove, Max, Herman, Alexander, Henry, and Nathan. Services at Riverside Memorial Chapel. Information found in The New York Times, April 7, 1936

BLUM - New Orleans, Louisiana, on Thursday, April 2, 1936, Rosa Oury, aged 75 years, wife of the late Elie Blum, mother of Mrs. Joseph H. Weil, Ashton, Milton H. and Harold Blum. Services held April 3, 1936. Information found in The New York Times, April 8, 1936

TILLIE S. BLUMSTEIN - (nee Hoffman) on April 6, wife of William, mother of Mrs. Esther B. Gerston, Mrs. Juliet B. Ravitch, Jack and Kyver, and sister of Mrs. L. M. Blumstein, Mrs. H. Levy, Jake, Abe Hoffman, and of the late Amehlia R. Kosch and the late Mollie H. Brown. Funeral services April 8, Riverside Memorial Chapel. Information found in The New York Times, April 7 and April 8, 1936

MINNIE SCHNEIDER - on April 6, mother of Anna Wirth and Abraham Schneider. Funeral at her residence, 1142 Intervale Av., Bronx. Information found in The New York Times, April 8, 1936

MINNIE WEINSTEIN - nee Segal, at her residence, 3064 37th St., Astoria, L.I., on Monday, April 6, 1936, wife of Max and mother of Henrietta Friend, Pauline Rosenfeld, Samuel and Dr. Manuel Weinstein. Funeral service at Nast Funeral Parlor, 3619 Broadway, Astoria, L.I., on Wednesday, April 8. Information found in The New York Times, April 8, 1936

BERNSTEIN - New York City, June 3, 1936, Alice Peters, wife of Max Bernstein and mother of William Beaumet of Albany, N.Y.; sister of Betty P. Loeb of Larchmont, N.Y.; John, Daniel, and James Peters. Services at Universal Chapel. Interment Haverstraw, N.Y. Information found in The New York Times, June 4, 1936

HULDA BARUCH - at her late residence, 211 East 39th St., Brooklyn, widow of the late Morris, mother of Bernard and Lillian. Information found in The New York Times, September 1, 1936

ISAAC BERMAN - husband of Yetta, father of Rose, Ruth, and Murray. Services Riverside Memorial Chapel, 76th St.-Amsterdam Av. Information found in The New York Times, September 1, 1936

MOE GREENEBAUM - husband of Etta (nee Wince), father of Marilyn, son of Fannie and the late Edward Greenebaum, brother of Hattie (Toots) Stein. Loss also mourned by the officers and members of Maimonedes Benevolent Society (Herman Stark, President; Fred A. Scheuer, Secretary), of which he was a member. Funeral Service at Park Avenue Synagogue, 50 East 87th St. Body reposing at West End Chapel, 91st and Amsterdam Av. Information found in The New York Times, September 1, 1936

JOSEPH GROSSMAN - suddenly on August 30, in Mexico City, husband of Lena (nee Mandel), and father of Jacques. Notice of interment later. Information found in The New York Times, September 1, 1936

IDA HALPERT - wife of Philip, mother of Bernice Yusim, sister of Ray Hirsch, Irving, Herbert and Arthur Moss. Member of and loss mourned by Washington, 21, United Order True Sisters (Rose L. Harris, President), Services Riverside Memorial Chapel, 76th St. and Amsterdam Av., Wednesday, September 2. Information found in The New York Times, September 1, 1936

MAX LACHMAN - husband of Charlotte (nee Rosenbluth), father of Leonard. Services Riverside Memorial Chapel, 76th St. and Amsterdam Av. Information found in The New York Times, September 1, 1936

FANNIE LUSTIG - on August 31, 1936, at her home, 1686 Grand Concourse, Bronx, mother of Sam, Ray Wittenberg, Anna Kalish, Jack and Abe. Funeral from residence on September 1, 1936. Interment Washington Cemetery. Information found in The New York Times, September 1, 1936

LENA OPPENHEIMER - widow of the late Albert Oppenheimer. Services Riverside Memorial Chapel, 76th St. and Amsterdam Av. Information found in The New York Times, September 1, 1936

LEON BRESLAUER - In his seventy-sixth year, father of Archille and Laura. Funeral services at Sigmund Schwartz's Funeral Parlor, 312 East 5th St. (near 2nd Ave.). Interment Mount Zion Cemetary. Information found in The New York Times, August 12, 1937

LEON HIRSCH - in his ninety-third year, husband of the late Camille Weil, father of Alice Rosenzweig, Juliette Gutmann, Cecile Oppenheimer, Emile, Lea, Moise, Achsah Stein, Marcel, Louis and the late Fernand F. Services at Riverside Memorial Chapel, 76th St. and Amsterdam Ave. Information found in The New York Times, August 12, 1937

HYMAN S. BROWN - on Nov. 4, husband of the late Mollie H. Brown and father of Fay Lieberman, May Gerstein, Jeanette Marcus, Harold Brown, Aaron Brown, and Clare Konner, and brother-in-law of Mrs. Fannie Blumstein. Member of the Board of Directors of the Bronx Hospital for twenty years. Services at the Riverside Chapel, 76th St. and Amsterdam Ave. Interment Bayside Cemetary, Long Island. Information found in The New York Times, November 5, 1939

1940-1949

FANNIE S. BLUMSTEIN - On October 29, 1940, widow of Louis M., sister of Hannah Levy, Jacob S., Abram S. Hoffman, and the late Amelia Kosch, Mollie H. Brown, and Tillie S. Blumstein. She was a member of the Board of Directors of the Bronx Hospital for more than twenty years, Honorary President of the Ladies' Auxiliary for many years, and a benefactor both of the Home of the Daughters of Israel, and of the Beth Abraham Home for Incurables. Reposing at "The Riverside", 76th and Amsterdam. Funeral services Rodelph Sholom Temple, W. 83rd St., Thursday. Information found in The New York Times, October 29-30, 1940

CARL LOEB - husband of Amalia, and father of Johanna Esser, Moses and Felix, grandfather of Ruth and Kurt, brother-in-law of Louis Mosbacher, Morris Greenbaum and Lina Gundersheim. Burial was at Cedar Park Cemetary. Information found in The New York Times, December 12, 1940

CLARA GOLDBERG - nee Clara Greenhoot, of 185 Atlantic Ave., Lynbrook, L.I., wife of Joseph, mother of Estelle Eisman and Louis Goldberg, sister of Lottie Kahn, Tillie Dreese, Morris and Benjamin Greenhoot. Member of Immanuel, No. 1, United Order True Sisters (Delphine Kreielsheimer, Pres.). Services at Park West Memorial Chapel, 1284 Central Ave., Far Rockaway, L.I. Interment Union Field Cemetary. Information found in The New York Times, November 4, 1941

LOTTIE GOLDSTEIN - Wife of Rose Paley, Regina Lemier, Pearl Snow, Muriel Goldman, Helen Parness, Arthur and Milton. Services Park West Memorial Chapel, 79th St. and Columbus Ave. Information found in The New York Times, November 4, 1941

MAX GREENBAUM - husband of the late Lena (nee Weiner), father of Belle, Bernard, Emil, Joseph, and William. Member of Sebulon Lodge, Independent Order Sons of Israel. Funeral Nov. 5 at Park West. Information found in The New York Times, November 4, 1941

MYRTLE STRAUSS BLOOMFIELD - on May 19, wife of Joseph B. Bloomfield and sister of Eima S. Meyers [NOTE: looks like Eima, could be Erma Meyers], Joseph Strauss, Dr. Maurice Strauss and the late Alfred Herrman. Friend and officer of the Irvington House Sewing Circle and the Irvington House Thrift Shop (Beatriz L. Gray, Chairman). Services Park West Chapel, 79th St. and Columbus Ave., Sunday, May 23, at 12 noon. New Haven, Conn., papers please copy. Information found in The New York Times, May 22, 1943

SAUL BLUMBERG - of 424 Beach 120th St., Rockaway Park, L.I., on May 21, 1943, husband of Amelia S., father of Gerald, Zelda Blechman, Marcella Sememsohn, grandfather of Howard and Norma Blechman, brother of Julius, Anna, Sol, Sidney and Dr. Perry Blumberg. Funeral was Friday afternoon. [NOTE: The 120th St. address is rendered exactly the same as it appeared in the paper. The address seems more likely to be 424 East 120th St.] Information found in The New York Times, May 22, 1943

LILLIAN R. COHEN - widow of the late Abraham, mother of Louise Weil and Thelma Schupak. Services Sunday at "The Riverside," 76th St. and Amsterdam Ave. Information found in The New York Times, May 22, 1943

EDWARD FRIEDLANDER - husband of Mamie, father of Bernie and Juliette, at Miami, on May 19. Services Sunday at Riverside Memorial Chapel, New York. Information found in The New York Times, May 22, 1943

JOHN HANDLER - husband of Jennie, father of Irving, Leona Leibowitz, Gladys Yanover. Services Park Memorial Chapel, 4511 Fort Hamilton Parkway, Brooklyn, Sunday, May 23. Information found in The New York Times, May 22, 1943

TILLIE LEVY - wife of Sam, mother of Pearl Goldberg, Norma Cohen and Corporal Leonard Levy. Services at "The West End," 91st St. and Amsterdam Ave., on May 23. Information found in The New York Times, May 22, 1943

KATHERINE NUSBAUM - (nee Schad), on May 21, 1943, wife of the late August, mother of Herbert. Services at the Stolzenberger Chapel, 450 East 152nd St. on Sunday. Information found in The New York Times, May 22, 1943

ROSE OPPENHEIMER - wife of the late Emanuel, sister of Hannah Steinau, Emma Greenebaum and Isidor Rosenbaum. Services Park West Memorial Chapel, 79th St. and Columbus Ave., on Sunday, May 23. Information found in The New York Times, May 22, 1943

YETTA ROSENZWEIG - in Detroit, on May 20, wife of the late Hyman Rosenzweig, mother of I. Arnold Ross, Benjamin M. Rose, Mrs. Matilda Oakes, Samuel Rosenzweig and Jules Ross, sister of Mrs. Anna Gonsher. Services Park West Memorial Chapel, 79th St. and Columbus Ave., May 23. Interment Washington Cemetary, Section 5. Information found in The New York Times, May 22, 1943

DORA INERFELD - wife of Hyman, mother of Fannie David, Rose Weinroth, Abe, Martha Rogers and Hashis. [TRANSCRIPTION NOTE: son's name Hashis is Harold in census records.] Funeral "Garlick's," 367 Grand St., Manhattan. Information found in The New York Times, January 18, 1944

IDA JACOBS - wife of the late Maurice, sister of Lena Offenhutter, Minnie Hertzberg and the lateTheresa Glaser and Annie Morris. Services at "The West End," 91st St. and Amsterdam Ave. Information found in The New York Times, January 18, 1944

LOUIS KRAMER - brother of Bertie Moses, Mannie and Essie Mandelbaum. Passing mourned by Reuben Lodge, No. 3, F.S.I (Murray Augustus, President), of which he was a respected member for over fifty years. Services at "The Riverside," 76th St., Amsterdam Ave. Information found in The New York Times, January 18, 1944

MINNIE MANSFIELD - wife of the late Harry, mother of Ruth Rosenfeld and Irene Chiswick. Services at Boulevard Funeral Parlors, 374 Empire Blvd., Brooklyn. Interment Washington Cemetery. Information found in The New York Times, January 18, 1944

LOUIS MEYERSON - husband of the late Mary, father of Harry, Charles, David, Jack, Herman, Julius, and Ruth Bloom, and grandfather. Passing deeply regretted by Jewish Center of Highbridge (Benjamin Lampert, President). Members of S. Hauben Lodge, No. 410, IOBA were requested to attend the funeral services at Park West Memorial Chapel, 115 West 79th St. Information found in The New York Times, January 18, 1944

ABRAHAM I. NEIMAN - husband of Jennie, father of Martin, Jerome, Clare Gittleson, Hilda Weiman. Funeral service at the Park West, 115 West 79th. Interment Bayside Cemetery. Information found in The New York Times, January 18, 1944

HENRIETTA B. ROSENBAUM - wife of Louis and mother of Doris, Millicent and Gerald, and daughter of Mollie and the late Gustav Bergman and sister of Ben. Universal Funeral Chapel, Lexington Ave. and 52nd St. Information found in The New York Times, January 18, 1944

LILLIE STEINER - nee Lillie Greenwald, widow of the late Isidore Steiner, sister of Daniel Greenwald, Fannie Greenebaum and the late Minnie Morris, Joseph and Abe Greenwald. Reposing at her late residence, 15 West 81st. Services at "The Riverside," 76th St. and Amsterdam Ave. Information found in The New York Times, January 18, 1944

JACOB H. STERN - on January 16, husband of Mollie, father of Sarah Maltz, brother of David and the late Max B. Funeral from late residence, 171-47 119th Road, Jamaica on January 20. Information found in The New York Times, January 18, 1944

HENRY WEIL - husband of Fannie, father of Corp. Gilbert Weil. Services Park West Memorial Chapel, 115 West 79th St. Information found in The New York Times, January 18, 1944

MARTHA BARR - wife of the late Adolph, sister of Hannah Stone, Al Grossman and the late Irving and Louis Grossman. Aunt of Edward and Nellie Low, Louis and Elizabeth Stone, Sol and Rose Weinstein, Dr. and Mrs. Harry Fischer, Henry and Elsye Stone. Services at the Funeral Home, 187 South Oxford St., Brooklyn, today. Information found in The New York Times, April 3, 1945

HERMAN B. BAUMAN - husband of Mamie (nee Hantman), father of Jonas, Fred E., Lieut, Morton and Martha, brother of Esther Sumpf, Oscar Bauman, Anna Last, Mollie Friedberg, Sarah Jacobs and Rose B. Kamen. Services Park West Chapel, 79th St. & Columbus Ave., Tuesday, April 3. Chicago (Ill.) papers please copy. Information found in The New York Times, April 3, 1945

CHARLES P. COHN - husband of Nellie, father of Marilyn and Aaron, brother of Evelyn Cohn. Member of Administrative Committee of the Jewish Center (William Feinberg, Pres.). Funeral services Tuesday, at the Jewish Center, 131 West 86th St. Information found in The New York Times, April 3, 1945

SOPHIA GREENEBAUM - wife of the late Michael, mother of Rose Greenebaum, Bella Isaacs, Jennie Ottenberg, Julia Schor and Bertha, sister of David Klein. Member of United Brothers (Chevra Agudas Achim, Edmund J. Liepmann, Secretary). Funeral from her late residence, 2126 Tiebout Ave., Bronx, Tuesday, April 3. Information found in The New York Times, April 3, 1945

DOROTHY RICHTER ROSENBERG - at her residence, 225 West 86th St., wife of Louis H. and mother of Joseph Leblang, daughter of Ignatz Richter, sister of Esther Bernstein, Benjamin, David, Adam, Louis, Jacob and Bernard Richter. Services at Park West Memorial Chapel, 115 West 79th St., Thursday. Information found in The New York Times, April 3, 1945

SARA ROSENZWEIG - on April 1, at Miami Beach, widow of Samuel Rosenzweig, mother of Miriam B. Rosenzweig, Beatrice R. Kolevzon, and Capt. Milton H. Rosenzweig, grandmother of Stephen Peter Kolevzon and mother-in-law of Rose T. Rosenzweig and Edward R. Kolevzon. Services at Miami Beach Tuesday, April 3. Information found in The New York Times, April 3, 1945

ALBERT SCHOENFELD - member of Palestine Lodge No. 204, F. and A. M. (William Simon, Master. Aaron A. Ross, Secretary). Services today at his late residence, 1073 Fox St., Bronx. Information found in The New York Times, April 3, 1945

MORRIS GARTENBERG - father of Irving, Freida Keitel, Fanny Kaplan, Molly Greenberg, and Ida Epstein. Services at "Schwartz Brothers," 60 East Tremont Ave. Information found in The New York Times, September 22, 1948

IGNATZ RICHTER - husband of the late Adelle, father of Benjamin, David, Adam, Louis, Jacob, Bernard, Esther Bernstein, the late Tillie Leblang and the late Dorothy Rosenberg. Father of the Richter Family Circle organization (Harry I. Gross, President, and Jerome L. Rosen, Secretary). Services at Park West Memorial Chapel, 79th St., and Columbus Ave. Information found in The New York Times, September 22, 1948

HYMAN VOGEL - husband of Mary Vogel, father of Martin, Leo, Bertha Rodin, Frances Schoen, Mollie Wenger, and Frieda Bernstein. Services at "Schwartz Brothers" 60 West Tremont Ave., Bronx. Information found in The New York Times, September 22, 1948

LUBA AARON - wife of the late Max, mother of Cecile A. Goldman, Dr. Harold H. and Leslie B. Aaron, grandmother of Sue Goldman, Julie, Janet, Jimmy and Barth Aaron. Services Sunday, May 15, at "The Riverside," 76th St. and Amsterdam Ave. Information found in The New York Times, May 15, 1949

AARON COHEN - husband of Sarah, father of Anna Rothschild, Matilda Shapiro, Rose Toder, Alice Kruler, Joseph Henry, Murray V. and Paul V., grandfather. Services "Park West," 79th St. and Columbus Ave. Information found in The New York Times, May 15, 1949

DAVID COHEN - husband of the late Martha, father of Jules, grandfather of Francine Spatt, Gloria and Caroline Cohen. Services Central Funeral Chapel, 109 West 87th St. Information found in The New York Times, May 15, 1949

LOUIS ESSIG - husband of Minnie, father of Harry, Sam, Yeta, Bertha and Ruth Charscham, grandfather of Marilyn. Services today at "Hellman's," 1532 Grand Concourse. Members of Radomysler Y.M.B.A., No. 1 requested to attend. Information found in The New York Times, May 15, 1949

BEATRICE FERBER - daughter of Jacob and Fanny, sister of Eve and Yetta. Services Park West Chapel, 79th St. and Columbus Ave. Information found in The New York Times, May 15, 1949

LOLA FRIED - Services today at "Hellman's," 1532 Grand Concourse. Information found in The New York Times, May 15, 1949

HAROLD GOLDBERGER - Staff Sergeant. Services at "Hellman's." 1532 Grand Concourse. Information found in The New York Times, May 15, 1949

SAMUEL GOLDSTEIN - husband of Jennie, father of Anne, Ray Yulinsky, Sunny Rudin, Belle Kutner. Funeral at Sherman's Flatbush Memorial Chapel, 1283 Coney Island Ave., Brooklyn. Interment Mount Judah Cemetery. Information found in The New York Times, May 15, 1949

ROSIE H. GROSSMAN - wife of the late Jacob, mother of Joseph G., Bessie Feldman, E. Sylvia Kaye and the late Milton Grossman, grandmother and great grandmother. Interment at Cedar Lawn Cemetery, Hudson, N.Y. Information found in The New York Times, May 15, 1949

MAX GUTKIN - husband of Frieda, father of Jack, Rose Brand and Ann Furr. Services at "The Riverside," 76th St. and Amsterdam Ave. Shiva at residence, 1640 University Ave. Information found in The New York Times, May 15, 1949

BERTHA HELLER KLEINER - mother of Rosa Lindenbaum of Los Angeles, grandmother of Emily Chapman and Harry Lindenbaum. Services Central Funeral Chapel,109 West 87th St. Interment New Haven, Connecticut. Information found in The New York Times, May 15, 1949

SYLVIA KRONISH - wife of Herbert Kronish, mother of Karen Kronish, daughter of Bertha Triebitz, sister of Dorothy Uris and Mimi Shapiro. Information found in The New York Times, May 15, 1949

GUSSIE LEVINE - mother of Jack, George and Sam. Services held at "Hellman's," 1532 Grand Concourse. Information found in The New York Times, May 15, 1949

JULIUS LEVINE - husband of Rose (nee Kornberg), father of Burton and Alma Shor, son of Rachel, brother of Pauline Nahman. Member of, and loss mourned by, Congregation Emanuel (Herman Kleinfeld, President) of Mount Vernon, New York. Services at "The Riverside." 76th St. and Amsterdam Ave. Information found in The New York Times, May 15, 1949

MEYER LEVY - husband of Ray, father of Sylvia Brown, brother of Jennie Cytron. Loss also mourned by Zucker Brothers, of which he was a sincere friend and former business associate. Services at "The Riverside," 76th St. and Amsterdam Ave. Information found in The New York Times, May 15, 1949

BERNARD JAY NASH - First Lieutenant Bernard Jay Nash, USA, died in Philippines April 19, 1945. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Nash and brother of George and Leon. Military funeral services at Hirsch & Sons, Jerome Ave. and 167th St., Bronx. Reinterment at Mt. Hebron Cemetery. Information found in The New York Times, May 15, 1949

IDA NEWMAN - sister of Esther Annis, Rose Hirsch, Beckie Goodman, Lena Baum, Mary Cox, Julius and Joseph Schoenberger. Services Sunday at Flatbush Memorial Chapel, 1283 Coney Island Ave., Brooklyn. Information found in The New York Times, May 15, 1949

RAY WAINZIMER - wife of the late Phillip, mother of Eva and Helen, Services were held at "Gutterman's," Broadway at 66th St. Information found in The New York Times, May 15, 1949

1950-1959

MORITZ FINKELSTEIN - husband of Clara, father of Joseph D., Emanuel, Charles W., Hyman B., Samuel, Lillian Sroge, Sidney A. and grandfather and great grandfather. Services Midwood Chapel, 1625 Coney Island Ave., Brooklyn. Information found in The New York Times, December 9, 1950

JENNIE FREITAG - wife of David, mother of Sophie Gerstner, Isador, Edward, and Howard, grandmother and great grandmother. Services at "The Riverside," 76th St. and Amsterdam Ave. Information found in The New York Times, December 9, 1950

MAX M. GLICK - husband of Rose, father of George, Harry, Irwin, Marion Dicker, Daniel, Philip and Sylvia, brother and grandfather. Services at "The Riverside," 76th St. and Amsterdam Ave. Information found in The New York Times, December 9, 1950

SHLOMO KAPLANSKY - Educator and scientist. President of the Haifa Technion, Israel's Institute of Technology, for twenty years. Passing of Dr. Shlomo Kaplansky was mourned, and obituaries contributed, by The Board of Directors of The American Technion Society (J.R. Elyachar, President), and by The Officers and Board of Directors of the American Committee for the Hebrew University, Weizmann Institute of Science and Technion (U.I.T.) (Albert Einstein, President; Samuel Hausman, Exec. President; Dewey D. Stone, Chairman of the Board; High Salpeter, Exec. Vice President; Meyer W. Weisgal, Chairman Exec Council, Weizman Institute of Science). Information found in The New York Times, December 9, 1950

FANNIE LEVINSON KOENIG - Fannie Koenig, wife of Sam, mother of Irving Levinson, Rose Tumarkin, Selma Goldman and Vivian Silver. Services at "Hellman Chapels," Grand Concourse, near 172d St. Shiva, Koenig, 1617 Nelson Ave. Information found in The New York Times, December 9, 1950

JACOB OHLBAUM - Dr. Jacob Ohlbaum, on December 7, 1950, husband of the late Marie, father of Dorothy O. Greenfield and Dr. Norman Oliver. Service at Frank E. Campbell, Madison Ave. and 81st St. Information found in The New York Times, December 9, 1950

HANNAH C. BRODIE - March 6, of 33 Borage Place, Forest Hills, L.I., wife of the late Alexander Henderson Brodie, mother of Alexander H., Jr., and Warren, sister of Mrs. Margaret Colvin Johnson. Reposing Fox Funeral Home, 98-07 Ascan Ave., Forest Hills. Service at St. Luke's Episcopal Church, Greenway South, Forest Hills. Information found in The New York Times, March 8, 1951

ANNIE BURGER - wife of David, mother of Lou, Lillian Sonenblick, May Bonime, Max and Rose. Services at Midwood Memorial Chapel, 1625 Coney Island Ave. (Avenue M). Information found in The New York Times, March 8, 1951

JOSEPH H. COHEN - husband of Polly, father of Howard and Martin, brother of Agnes and Paul. Loss mourned and condolences and obituaries from many organizations he belonged or contributed to, including the Bronx division (Leo P. Marx, President) of the Hebrew Home for the Aged, A. D. Goode Lodge (B'nai B'rith), the Alpenrose Circle (Benjamin Feldman, Acting President), the "G. G. G."-E. M. B. Association (Louis H. Bloom, President, Moe Schottenfeld, Secretary), Guardian Lodge, No. 921, F. and A. M., (Samuel Rosenzweig, Master). Services at "The Riverside," 76th St. and Amsterdam Ave. Information found in The New York Times, March 8, 1951

SAMUEL COHEN - husband of Kate, father of the late David Mordechai, brother of Joseph, Louis, and Jack. Services "Park West," 115 West 79th St. Information found in The New York Times, March 8, 1951

PAUL GREENBERG - husband of Yetta, father of Josephine and Frederick. Services at Park West Chapel, 115 West 79th St. Information found in The New York Times, March 8, 1951

ANNA ELIZABETH HANLON - on March 6, wife of Louis, mother of Cecelia Wohl, sister of Arthur Bonawitz. Services at The Simonson Chapel, 119-04 Hillside Ave., Richmond Hill. Interment Mount Carmel, PA. Information found in The New York Times, March 8, 1951

ESTHER HIRSCH - mother of Henry and Alexander P. Hirsch. Condolences offered by the officers, Board of Directors, and staff of Torah Umesorah (Samuel C. Feuerstein, President, Dr. Joseph Kaminetsky, Director). Information found in The New York Times, March 8, 1951

JENNIE FREUDENTHAL JACOBS - of 84-27 105th St., Richmond Hill, after a long illness, wife of the late Jacob, mother of Ethel Dretler and Frank, sister of Rose F. Dreier. Services at "The Riverside," Brooklyn, Ocean Parkway and Prospect Park (310 Coney Island Ave.). Information found in The New York Times, March 8, 1951

LESTER KAHN - husband of Sydelle, father of Michaeline Ruth and Stephen Alan, son of Jean and the late Albert, brother of Thyra, Babe, Eileen and Bertha. Services at "The Riverside," 76th St. and Amsterdam Ave. Information found in The New York Times, March 8, 1951

MINNIE KLEIN - wife of Max Klein. Condolences offered by the officers and Directors of the Jacob H. Schiff Center (Abraham Berman, President, Rabbi Abba Abrams). Information found in The New York Times, March 8, 1951

FLORA LIEBOWITZ - wife of the late Jacob Liebowitz, mother of Lloyd, Charles, and Lillian Lerman. Services Riverside Chapel, 76th St. and Amsterdam Ave. Information found in The New York Times, March 8, 1951

MARTHA BERGER - widow of the late Edward, mother of Evelyn Purvin, Morris and Theodore Berger, and sister of David Trietsch. Member of the Sisterhood of Temple Ahavath Sholom (Esther Burkhardt, President). Services Friday at Sherman's Flatbush Memorial, 1283 Coney Island Ave. (Avenue J). Information found in The New York Times, August 31, 1951

ALFRED L. CAHN - father of Louis, Arthur, and Jeanette Bodner, brother of Hattie Pollock. Services Friday at "The Riverside," 76th St. and Amsterdam Ave. Information found in The New York Times, August 31, 1951

BENJAMIN FINKELSTEIN - husband of Mollye, father of Saul and Elliot. Member of Guardian Lodge, No. 921, F. and A. M. (Samuel Rosenzweig, Master. Louis Greene, Secretary.) Services today at "The Riverside," Brooklyn, Ocean Parkway and Prospect Park (310 Coney Island Ave). Information found in The New York Times, August 31, 1951

BARNETT FRANKEL - father of Morris, Louis (Billy), Joseph, Sarah Schectman, Florence Spatz, Betty Gross, and Esther Cohen. Services at Jewish Memorial Chapel, Pitkin Ave. at Eastern Parkway. Information found in The New York Times, August 31, 1951

LAWRENCE S. GREENBAUM - on August 28. Vice President and former President of the Board of Governors of Beach Point Club (Milton Kadison, Secretary). Loss also mourned by the Class of 1912 (Howard Osterhout, President, Louis H. Robinson, Secretary) of Columbia Law School. Information found in The New York Times, August 31, 1951

MAX LEVY - husband of the late Adelaide, father of Leonora Lehman, Edward E., Pearl Butterworth, Anita Lench and the late Murray J., brother of Annie Rosen, Dora Freedman and Joseph. Services at "The West End," 91st St. and Amsterdam Ave., Thursday, Aug. 30. Information found in The New York Times, August 31, 1951

FANNY BERTRAM MEYERS - Fanny Bertram (aka Sis and Ciss), wife of Louis, sister of Edith Gallie of Edinburgh, Scotland, aunt of Beatrice Zucker. Member of the Rockaway League of the Hebrew National Orphan Home (Mrs. Max Roth, President). Services Friday at "The Riverside," 1250 Central Ave., Far Rockaway. [NOTE: One obituary on August 31 had her listed as Fanny Bertram Meyer, the other as Fanny Meyers.] Information found in The New York Times, August 31, 1951

FRED STONE - husband of Sylvia, brother of Edith Pearson (Feibush) and Trude Saxon. Services "Park West," 79th St. and Columbus Ave., Thursday, Aug. 30. Information found in The New York Times, August 31, 1951

SALLY BLOOM - wife of Harry, mother of Rita Schwartz and Jack. Services at the I. J. Morris, Inc., Funeral Home, 9701 Church Ave. (at Rockaway Parkway), Brooklyn. Interment Wellwood Cemetary. Information found in The New York Times, January 4, 1953

JEAN WATERMAN DUNCAN-of 5 Roosevelt Place, Montclair, N.J., on Friday, Jan. 2, 1953, wife of the late O.D. Duncan, mother of Mrs. Howard W. Soule Jr. and John W. Duncan. Service at Arthur K. Brown, Inc. (Home for Services), 56 Park Street at Claremont Ave., Montclair. Information found in The New York Times, January 4, 1953

REBECCA FOX - (nee Cherkes), wife of Edward, mother of Shirley Schneider and Murray; sister of Jean Hirschkowitz, Ettie Goldstein, Lillian Paper, Sylvia Katz and the late Fannie Berger, grandmother of Clifford and Marilyn. Services at "The Riverside," Far Rockaway, L.I. Information found in The New York Times, January 4, 1953

ABE FRIEDMAN - on Jan. 3, husband of Frances, father of Murray and Leon, brother of Mary Greenberg. Services Westminster Chapel, Avenue H and Coney Island Ave., Brooklyn. Information found in The New York Times, January 4, 1953

ROSE S. GOLDBERG - wife of Joseph S., sister of Lee Schott, Flora Hecht, Fanny Field and the late Martha Lyons. Services at "The Riverside," 76th St. and Amsterdam Ave. Information found in The New York Times, January 4, 1953

JOSEPH JOSEPHSON - husband of Esther, father of Norma Pittman and Stanley, brother of Herman N., Sally Cherny and Sylvia Goldblum, grandfather of Lloyd Robert. Past Master of Integrity Lodge, No. 917, F. and A. M. (Alfred M. Russell, Master, Harold W. Wolfson, Secretary), Vice President of the Seventh Masonic District Association (Harry Lewine, President, David H. Schatzow, Exec. Secretary), loss mourned by 1951 Masters Association (Samuel Rosenzweig, President, Jack Rosenblatt, Secretary) and 1952 Masters Association (Eugene Wallman, President, Harold Weiss, Secretary). Services at Sherman's Flatbush Memorial Chapel, 1283 Coney Island Ave., (Avenue J). Shiva at 1685 Ocean Ave., Apt 1N. Information found in The New York Times, January 4, 1953

HERMAN LEFF - husband of Henriette, father of Morton. Services "Temple Memorial," Northern Boulevard, near Main St., Flushing. Information found in The New York Times, January 4, 1953

ABE LEVINE - of Otisville, N.Y., husband of Lillian, father of Natalie Meyerson, son of the late Jacob and Bessie, brother of Minnie Neretin, Betty Needleman, Lillian Schustak, Sam and Jules Levine and the late Sidney Levine. Services at "The Riverside," 76th St. and Amsterdam Ave. Middletown and Port Jervis N.Y., papers please copy. Information found in The New York Times, January 4, 1953

ANNA HILDA SCHOENFELD - wife of the late Jacob, mother of Hattie Nedell, Jean Goldstein, Marjorie Blank and the late Jack Schoenfeld, grandmother. Member of the Timely Aid Society (Rose West, President). Services at "The Riverside," 76th St. and Amsterdam Ave. Information found in The New York Times, January 4, 1953

BENJAMIN WEINSTOCK - of East Orange, N. J., husband of Sylvia, brother of Jerome and Melvin Weinberg. Funeral from Goldsticker's, 17 Clinton Place, Newark. Information found in The New York Times, January 4, 1953

YETTA ZIMMERMAN - wife of the late Isaac, mother of Dr. Maurice and William, Services at "The Riverside," 1 Ocean Parkway, Brookyn. Information found in The New York Times, January 4, 1953

FREDERICK GREEN, D.D.S - husband of Stephanie, brother-in-law of Joseph and Dorothy Brody, Harry and Edna Brody, and Dr. Samuel and Sophie Blinder. Services at "The Riverside", 76th St. and Amsterdam Ave. Information found in The New York Times, April 19, 1953

ISAAC GREENBAUM - husband of the late Dora Greenbaum, father of Ann Greenberg, Dorothy Greenbaum, Ethel Geller, Kate Marksville, Michael Greenbaum, and Rubin Greenbaum. Services were held April 19, 1953. Information found in The New York Times, April 19, 1953

CELIA FABIAN - mother of Harry, Pauline Bernstein, Joseph, and Lillian Cohn, grandmother and great-grandmother. Services at "The Riverside," 76th St. and Amsterdam Ave. Information found in The New York Times, September 19, 1953

YETTA MARCUS - wife of the late Max, mother of Herman, Lillian Friedman, Rose Hochman, Irene Greenwald, Mona Newman. Services "Park West," 1284 Central Ave., Far Rockaway. Interment Mount Hebron Cemetary. Information found in The New York Times, September 19, 1953

MENACHEM RIBALOW - husband of Rose, father of Harold U. and Martha Hadassah Nadich, brother of John, Sarah Rappaport and Shirley Greenberg, grandfather of Reena and Meir Ribalow, Leah Nessa and Shira Nadich. Services at B'Nat Jeshurim, 257 West 88th St. Information found in The New York Times, September 19, 1953

HYMAN D. ROSENBERG - husband of Amelia (nee Myers), father of Robert Rowen and Ruth Davis, brother of Sam and Abe, and grandfather of Arthur, Janie, and Yvonne. Services at "The Riverside," 76th St. and Amsterdam Ave. Information found in The New York Times, September 19, 1953

SAMUEL ROSENBERG - husband of Lena and father of Herbert, brother of Louis. Services at "Park West Chapel," 79th St. and Columbus Ave. Information found in The New York Times, September 19, 1953

SAMUEL ROSENZWEIG - husband of Edna, father of Dr. Leonard Rosenzweig and Paul Roberts, and grandfather of Lynn Terry, brother of Lillian Steinberg, Irving and the late Dr. Maxwell. Member of Central Synagogue of Nassau County (Harry Ostrov, President). Services at "The Riverside," 76th St. and Amsterdam Ave. Information found in The New York Times, September 19, 1953

SYDNEY SELIG - son of Gussie and the late Samuel, brother of Arthur, Edward, Florence Cohn and Mildred Rich. Services at "The Riverside," Brooklyn, Ocean Parkway and Prospect Park. Information found in The New York Times, September 8, 1954

SARAH G. SHERNOFF - on September 7, 1954, wife of the late Charles N. Shernoff, mother of Saul, Bill, Murray, Arthur, Mrs. Sam Minnenberg and Mrs. Sam Truss. Sympathies offered by Congregation Shaare Zedek (Joseph M. Scheinin, President, Arthur Whitehill, Secretary), of which Sarah Shernoff's son, William Shernoff, was a member and past trustee. Services Jacob Blum Funeral Parlor, 1976 Coney Island Ave., Brooklyn. [Transcriber's Note: She was a sister of the late Meyer Weinzimmer.] Information found in The New York Times, September 8-9, 1954

DORA STONE - (Marcus) wife of the late Max Stone, mother of Pauline, Frank, Frieda Tannenbaum, Rose Stone, Clara Kaplan and Mildred Rogers. Services at "The Riverside," 76th St. and Amsterdam Ave. Information found in The New York Times, September 8, 1954

ANNA LEVY SIEGEL - on September 8, 1954, wife of the late Alexander B. Siegel and mother of Flora S. Heidell, sister of Florence Levy. Reposing at "The Univeral Chapel". Services at the Chapel of Temple Emanu-El, 65th St. and 5th Ave. Interment private. Information found in The New York Times, September 9, 1954

MORRIS WEISSMAN - husband of Sarah, father of Samuel, Nina, Lillian, grandfather of Herbert, Peter, Walter. Services at Park West, 76th St. and Columbus Ave. Information found in The New York Times, September 9, 1954

RAE WOLFF - wife of the late Samuel, mother of Estelle and Milton. Services "Park West," 79th St. and Columbus Ave. Information found in The New York Times, September 9, 1954

ANNA COHN - (nee Schneider) on June 17, wife of the late Joseph Cohn, mother of Ruth Shelton, Lillian and Philip Cohn, grandmother of Ted Shelton. Services J Garlick's Funeral Chapel, 1700 Coney Island Ave., Brooklyn. Interment Mt. Zion Cemetary, Maspeth, N.Y. Information found in The New York Times, June 18, 1957

JACOB GUTTENBERG - husband of Esther, father of Lillian Bernstein and Mildred Guterman, grandfather of Tommy Guterman, brother of Leah Schuss and Sadie Guttenberg. Services "Garlick's Parkside Chapels," 1700 Coney Island Avenue, Brooklyn. Information found in The New York Times, June 18, 1957

JACOB LOBMAN - husband of Dora, father of Abraham, Ceil Weinzimmer, Betty Gerber and Frances LaBush. brother of Helen Altman. Services Norman L. Jeffer Community Chapels, Fort Hamilton Parkway, Brooklyn. Information found in The New York Times, June 18, 1957

REBECCA FINK - wife of Samuel, mother of Dr. Nathan, Beatrice Forest and Martha Sattler. Services at "Garlick's Parkside," 1345 Jerome Ave. (170th St.), Bronx. Information found in The New York Times, June 11, 1958

IDA GROSS - sister of Irene, Max, Morris and Martin. Funeral services at "Park West," 115 West 179th St. Information found in The New York Times, June 11, 1958

LEON NEUMAN - husband of Mannette, father of Emanuel and Mannette Lieblich, brother of Saul and Sylvia Tebrich. Services at "The Riverside," 76th St. and Amsterdam Ave. Information found in The New York Times, June 11, 1958

LOUIS ROSENBERG - husband of Bessie, father of Meyer, the late Lillian Katz and Pearl Cohen (Mrs. Harry L.). Services, Gramercy Park Chapel, 152 2nd Ave., New York. Information found in The New York Times, June 11, 1958

LENA SILVERSTEIN - on June 10, 1958, sister of Sophie Landisberg, Jennie and William Silverstein. Shiva at 308 Sterline St., Brooklyn. Information found in The New York Times, June 11, 1958

SYLVIA C. WISHNICK - wife of Louis, mother of David and Lynne, sister of Eva Mintz and Martin Herschaft. Services at Garlick's "Parkside Chapels," 1700 Coney Island Ave. (Avenue N). Information found in The New York Times, June 11, 1958

IRVING E. WEINZIMMER - on March 28. Sidney Levine Company mourns the loss of its friend and business associate. Information found in The New York Times, March 29, 1959

MAX BERNSTEIN - husband of Elaine, father of Emil and Linda, son of Laura, brother of Claire Scadron and Lucille Weissberger. Loss mourned by Temple B'nai Sholom of Rockville Center (Julius Giller, President; Bernard Bergen, Chairman, Board of Trustees). Services today at "The Riverside," 76th St. and Amsterdam Ave. Information found in The New York Times, March 31, 1959

DORA BLOOM - wife of Nathan, mother of Ben and Louis, grandmother of Ronald, Larry, Janey and Alan. Services Tuesday, Hirsch Funeral Chapel, 167th St. and Jerome Ave., Bronx. Information found in The New York Times, March 31, 1959

MEYER S. BLUMBERG - husband of Millie (nee Bernstein) father of Herbert, father-in-law of Jean, grandfather of Jo Ann, Nancy and Richard, brother of Simon, Harry and Jeanette Blum. Member of and loss mourned by New York Electrical Contractors Association, Inc. (John Doris, President), and The Board of Directors (Arthur P. Davis, President; Solon E. Friedeberg, Secretary) and Alumni Association (Leo Abrams, President) of the Hebrew Technical Institute. Services Wednesday, April 1 at "The Riverside," 76th St. and Amsterdam Ave. Information found in The New York Times, March 31, 1959

IDA COHEN - (nee Ida Fried), mother of Tessie Drusin, Lillian Drusin and Felix Lourie, and sister of Rose Berman and Abe Fried. Services Tuesday, Riverside Chapel, 76th St. and Amsterdam Ave., New York City. Information found in The New York Times, March 31, 1959

JENNIE EISENBERG - mother of Irving, Jack and Doris Stogel. Services Wednesday at "The Riverside," Brooklyn, Ocean Parkway and Prospect Park. Information found in The New York Times, March 31, 1959

LOUIS D. FORMAN - husband of the late Elizabeth; father of Seymour, Allen and the late Monroe. Services today at Schwartz Brothers "Forest Park Chapel" Queens Boulevard and 76th Road, Forest Hills. Information found in The New York Times, March 31, 1959

ROSE GOLDBERG - wife of Louis, mother of Jack, Lillian and Perry. Services today at I. J. Morris, Inc., 9701 Church Ave., Brooklyn, Interment Montefiore Cemetery. Information found in The New York Times, March 31, 1959

BEATRICE GOLDMAN - mother of Paul, Stephen and Robert, daughter of Louis and Irene Spilton, sister of Herbert Spilton and Sally Rosenbloom. Funeral service today at Brooklyn "Riverside," 1 Ocean Parkway. Information found in The New York Times, March 31, 1959

HARRY S. HOCHBERG - father of Ellen and Gert, grandfather of Louise. Services today at "The Riverside," 76th St. and Amsterdam Ave. Interment Beth David Cemetery, L.I. Information found in The New York Times, March 31, 1959

BENJAMIN J. KNAPP - husband of Leah, brother of Jack, Irving, Mack, and David, uncle of Drs. Robert C. and Richard B. Member of and loss mourned by Grand Street Boys Association (Jonah J. Goldstein, President). Services Wednesday at "The Riverside," 76th St. and Amsterdam Ave. Jamestown, N.Y. papers please copy. Information found in The New York Times, March 31, 1959

CHARLES G. BERNSTEIN - husband of Celia Bernstein, condolences from Jordan Manhattan Chapter B'nai B'rith (Rickey Weiss, President). Information found in The New York Times, November 5, 1959

BARNETT E. COHEN - on Nov. 4, 1959, husband of Jean, father of Shirley Friedman and Morton. Services at Boulevard Chapel. Information found in The New York Times, November 5, 1959

ESTELLE COHEN - wife of Abraham, mother of Irwin, of Newburgh, and of Leonard, of Monticello. Services at "Jeffer Funeral Homes," 426 Empire Blvd., Brooklyn. Interment Mount Hebron Cemetery. Information found in The New York Times, November 5, 1959

JENNIE COHEN - wife of the late Wolf, mother of Max Korday, Lew, Julis [sic.] and Sarah Halpert. Services at Hellman's, 1532 Grand Concourse, Bronx. Information found in The New York Times, November 5, 1959

MORRIS COHEN - husband of Fannie, father of Theodore and Herman, grandfather of Sandra, Judith and Howard Cohen, brother of Isaac, Esther and Jennie Cohen. Services at I. J. Morris Funeral Chapel, Church Ave. and Rockaway Parkway, Brooklyn. Information found in The New York Times, November 5, 1959

JEANNETTE COHN - mother of Dr. Theodore D. and Dr. Harold, sister of Helen Bernstein, Celia Browdy, Ida Goldman, Rose Nitzberg, Blanche Ryder and Louis Krosansky, grandmother of Barbara Joyce, Richard Allan, Julie Ann and Jonathan Allan Cohn. Services at "Boulevard", 312 Coney Island Ave. at Prospect Park, Brooklyn. Information found in The New York Times, November 5, 1959

MAX EIN - of Kew Gardens, N.Y., in Brussels, Belgium, on Sunday, Nov. 1, 1959, husband of Sabine Ein, father of Daniel, Ronald and Joyce, brother of Bella Schanzer. Condolences offered by Kew Gardens Ansche Shalom Jewish Center (Herman Kingsley, President; Dr. Salamon Faber, Rabbi; Ernest Mohr, Executive Secretary), of which he was a friend and a member of the Board of Trustees. Services at Schwartz Brothers Memorial Chapel, Queens Boulevard and 76th Road, Forest Hills. Information found in The New York Times, November 5, 1959

RAE GORDON - wife of Benjamin L., mother of Estelle Kushnick and Eugene H., sister of Louis Solomon. Loss mourned and condolences offered by the Kaddish Club (Louis Spear, President) and by the membership of East Midwood Jewish Center (Herman Levin, President). Services at the Riverside Chapel, 1 Ocean Parkway, Brooklyn. Information found in The New York Times, November 5, 1959

LOUIS OSOFSKY - husband of Sadie, father of Leah Cohen, Gloria Weinzimer and Gerald. Services "Boulevard", 312 Coney Island Ave., at Prospect Park, Brooklyn. Information found in The New York Times, November 5, 1959

ESTHER SCHULMAN - wife of Jacob, mother of Sylvia Levine. Services at "The Colonial Chapels" of I. J. Morris, Inc., 46 Greenwich St., Hempstead, L. I. Information found in The New York Times, November 5, 1959

FELICIA SOLINS - wife of Milton Solins. Loss mourned by executives and employees of Max Udell Sons & Co., Inc. (Jerome I. Udell, Chairman, Milton Kamen, President), for which her husband was secretary. Information found in The New York Times, November 5, 1959

1960-1969

EVA HOCHBERG - wife of Samuel, mother of Gloria Bernstein, Joel and Donald. Loss mourned by Cong. B'nai Israel of Midwood (Samuel Plotkin, Pres. Cong., Abe Bramnick, Pres. Men's Club). Services at Garlick's "Parkside," 1700 Coney Island Ave., (Avenue N), Brooklyn. Information found in The New York Times, January 22, 1960

EUGENE J. GREENBAUM - husband of Etta Greenbaum, father of Laura Greenbaum, Robert Greenbaum, and Nina Scheerer, brother of Elizabeth Schwarz. Services January 24 at the "Riverside". Information found in The New York Times, January 22, 1960

SOL GREENFIELD - member (brother) of Pilgrim Lodge, No. 890, F. and A.M. (Masons). Services January 22. Information found in The New York Times, January 22, 1960

ROSE GROSSMAN - wife of Isadore Grossman, mother of Bernard Grossman and Sydell Blum. Services at Garlick's "Parkside". Information found in The New York Times, January 22, 1960

EVA GREENBAUM - mother of Gertrude, Bernice, Harry, Shirley, and Rosalind, grandmother of Albert, Francine, Dorothy, Edward, Susan and Arlene. Funeral services Thursday at Garlick's Chapel, Bronx. Information found in The New York Times, March 9, 1961

MORRIS JOHN LURIE - Of 1585 Commonwealth Ave., W. Newton, Mass., on April 14. Husband of Nancy (Smith), father of Jeffrey, Peter and Cathy, son of Flora Lurie of N.Y., brother of Erwin Lurie and Esther Blumstein both of N.Y. Services at Temple Israel, 602 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, Mass. Information found in The New York Times, April 15, 1961

BECKY GREENBERG - wife of the late Sol, mother of Leo, Alan, Sidney, Jerome and the late Murray, Pauline and Rose. Services Sunday at "The Riverside," 76th St. and Amsterdam Ave. Information found in The New York Times, September 9, 1962

SAMUEL A. GREENBERG - husband of Carrie, father of Dolph Greene, grandfather of Judy and Kate Greene, brother of Sophie Wechsler and Annie Ellenberg. Past Chancellor of Shakespeare Lodge, Knights of Pythias. Services Sunday at Riverside Chapel. Information found in The New York Times, September 9, 1962

ANNA GREENBAUM - mother of Jennie Schoen, Sally Anker, Gertrude Raab, Mildred Alexander, Hilda Feinberg, Harry and Dr. Morris Greenbaum. Services today, Sherman's Chapel, Brooklyn. Information found in The New York Times, May 26, 1963

CECELIA SAMUELS - sister of Louis H. and Lillian K., Harry and Anna, aunt of Barbara Hirschberg, Robert J. and Judith. Services at Garlick's "Parkside," 1700 Coney Island Ave. (near Ave. N), Brooklyn. Information found in The New York Times, August 18, 1963

JOSEPH H. SCHNEIDER - husband of Anna, father of the late Max, and grandfather of James and Lois Schneider. Services at Schwartz Brothers "Forest Park Chapels," Queens Blvd. and 76th Road, Forest Park. Information found in The New York Times, August 18, 1963

MINNIE WEIL - (nee Baum) on Aug 16, 1963, wife of Morton, mother of Jean and Edith, sister of Rose, Jennie, Ray, Ben, Norman and Jack, grandmother of Elizabeth, Sarah, Jeffrey and Ellen Andrea. Services at Temple Memorial, Flushing. Information found in The New York Times, August 18, 1963

GERTRUDE WEINSTEIN - (nee Frank) sister of Harold. Services at "The Riverside," Bronx, 179th St. and Grand Concourse. Information found in The New York Times, August 18, 1963

LENA WEINZIMER - wife of Isy, mother of Molly Katz, Celia Weiner and Joseph. Services at Garlick's "Parkside," 1700 Coney Island Ave., Brooklyn. Information found in The New York Times, August 18, 1963

SAMUEL W. WOLFSON - Loss mourned and sympathy extended by New York Bridge and Whist Club (Augustus Adler, President). Information found in The New York Times, August 18, 1963

MICHAEL ZIMMERMAN - Services at "Jeffer Funeral Homes," Hillside Ave. at 188th St., Hollis, L. I. Information found in The New York Times, August 18, 1963

ESTHER GREENBAUM (Bacon)- The unveiling of a memorial in memory of Esther, mother of Sanford and Marvin, sister of Helen Wolf, Etta Reisman, and Sonny Greenbaum, will be held at the Montefiore Cemetery, Springfield Blvd., Queens. Information found in The New York Times, August 18, 1963

ETHEL BEGER [sic] - on February 15, sister of Bessie Weinzimmer, aunt of Franklin, Leonard, Paula, Barbara and Margo. Funeral services in Chicago, Illinois. [Last name was printed as "Beger," but her name was actually Ethel Berger. Her nephews were sons of Samuel and Bessie Weinzimmer.] Information found in The New York Times, February 16, 1966

BEATRICE BERGER - (nee Chitel) wife of Herman, mother of Judith Feiden, Susan Barish and Hedy, sister of Pearl Konigsberg, Edith Cohen and Rosalind Ackerman. Services at Sherman's Flatbush Memorial, 1283 Coney Island Avenue (Ave. J). Information found in The New York Times, February 16, 1966

LENA GARSON - (Traub), in Florida. Survived by sisters Clara Blumenstein, Rosa Smith and Betty Zinn; loss mourned by nieces, nephews, and the Schoiner family. Services at "The Riverside," Grand Concourse and 179th St. Information found in The New York Times, February 16, 1966

BERTHA HOROWITZ - wife of Louis, mother of Rose Jacobs, Sidney and Fred, sister of Sarah Newmark. Services Midwood Memorial Chapel, Coney Island Ave., corner Ave. M, Information found in The New York Times, February 16, 1966

FLORENCE RUBEL - wife of Ernest, mother of Rita Barnett, grandmother of Charles, and sister of Adelle Schott, Esther Friedman and Shirley Zimmerman. Services at Midwood Chapel, 1625 Coney Island Ave., Brooklyn. Information found in The New York Times, February 16, 1966

HELEN CAPLAN - wife of Dr. William H. Caplan, mother of Dr. Lawrence H. Caplan, sister of Harold Shore, Leona Antell and Bessie Fairman. Services at "The Riverside," 76th St. and Amsterdam Ave. Information found in The New York Times, March 17, 1966

SARAH EISENBERG - wife of the late Isidore, mother of Betty Korncoff, Nathan and Dr. Irwin, sister of Harry Kusnetz, Fannie Kaplan, Rose Rotkowitz and Betty Sheldon. Services at "The Riverside," Ocean Pkwy. at Prospect Park, Brooklyn. Information found in The New York Times, March 17, 1966

ROSE GREENSTEIN - mother of Morris, Harry and Hilda Schulman. Services at Garlick's "Parkside," Jerome Ave. near 170th St., Bronx. Information found in The New York Times, March 17, 1966

RAE GROSS - wife of Abraham, mother of Gladys Wolf, Terry Goldstein, Judy Bernheim and Renee Hoffman. Services at Riverside Chapel, 179th St. and Grand Concourse, Bronx. Information found in The New York Times, March 17, 1966

UDELL KERMAN - husband of Irene Kerman, father of Elliott, Mitchell, and Valerie, son of Harry and Mae Kerman, brother of Helen Epstein, son-in-law of David and Francis Wishnick. Member of the Greenburgh Hebrew Center of Dobbs Ferry, N.Y. (Herbert Zweibon, President). Services at Riverside Memorial Chapel, 179th St. and Grand Concourse, Bronx. Interment Beth David Cemetary, Elmont, L.I. Information found in The New York Times, March 17, 1966

RUSSELL D. LEVY - husband of the late Lottie, father of Peggy Armstrong, son of Frances and the late Isaac Levy, brother of Lottie Goldstein and Henrietta Levy. Services at "The Universal" Funeral Chapel, 52nd St. and Lexington Ave. Information found in The New York Times, March 17, 1966

LOUIS RABINOWITZ - on March 16, 1966, at Mt. Sinai Hospital, Miami Beach, Florida. Husband of the former Peggy Diament Mandelbaum, father of Mrs. Adele Orovitz and Mrs. Benjamin Wetzler. Information found in The New York Times, March 17, 1966

LENA F. ROBINOWITZ - wife of the late Israel M., mother of Seymour, Alvin and Grace R. Heller, sister of Sarah Zaber. Founder of the Hebrew Institute of White Plains congregation (Murray Grauer, Rabbi; Judge Joseph Lichtenthal, President) Services at the Hebrew Institute of White Plains, 20 Greenridge Ave. Information found in The New York Times, March 17, 1966

ISAAC GROSS - husband of Sadie, father of Allen and Leah Rones, grandfather of Madeline, Eric, Steven, Lesie and Mark. Services at "Park West," 79th St. & Columbus Ave. Information found in The New York Times, July 4, 1968

LOUIS LERMAN - husband of Jeanne (nee Jacoby), brother and brother-in-law. Member of Eternal Lodge #989, F. & A.M. Funeral services held at "Park West," Friday at 115 W. 159 St., and separate Masonic Services on Thursday at Park West Memorial Chapel, 79th St. and Columbus Ave., N.Y.C. (Stewart Schnadron, Master) [different Park West addresses are definitely mentioned for each of the different services] Information found in The New York Times, July 4, 1968

IRENE LEVIN - wife of Philip, mother of Martin. Services "Park West," 79th St. and Columbus Ave. Information found in The New York Times, July 4, 1968

EDWIN H. LEVY - husband of Bertha F., father of Ralph B. and Edward H. Spiro, grandfather of Robert, Miriam Miller, Matthew and Elise, great-grandfather of David and Linda Beth. Member of Temple Israel (Melvin Kleeblatt, President), New York, New York. Services at "The Riverside," 76th St. and Amsterdam Ave. Information found in The New York Times, July 4, 1968

ISADORE PITKOWSKY - husband of Lillian, father of Frayda, brother of Gertrude Wishnick. Life Member of Joseph Warren Lodge, F. & A.M. (Harry Goldsmith, Master). Funeral services at The Boulevard Chapels, 312 Coney Island Ave., at Prospect Park, Brooklyn. Information found in The New York Times, July 4, 1968

MORRIS A. COHEN - husband of Sandra, father of Steven and Renae, son of Minnie and David Cohen, brother of Irene Morderer. Member of and loss mourned by Mt. Horeb Lodge, F.S.I No. 61 (Max August, President; Harold Weinberg, Financial Secretary). Services, "Park West," 79th St. and Columbus Ave. Information found in The New York Times, March 10, 1969

PHILIP COOPER - husband of Kathleen, brother of Rose Shapiro. Services "Park West," 76th St. and Columbus Ave. Information found in The New York Times, March 10, 1969

HELEN REBECCA HORWITZ - mother of Lillian Pellman, Ida Feldman and Sam, sister of William and Elias Rubin. Services at the Boulevard Chapels, 312 Coney Island Ave. at Prospect Park. Shiva at residence of Sam Horwitz, Brooklyn, N.Y. Information found in The New York Times, March 10, 1969

BERTHA B. KAPLAN - of Woodmere, L. I. on March 8th, 1969, wife of Harry, sister of Daniel Berolzheimer and Finley Berol. Funeral services at the Carman Funeral Home, 71 Washington Ave., Lawrence. Interment private. Information found in The New York Times, March 10, 1969

LILLIAN POSSES - wife of Herman, mother of Stanley and Robert, sister of William Fried, Molly Goldstein and Ethel Rolnick. Services at "The Riverside," Brooklyn., Ocean Parkway, at Prospect Park. Information found in The New York Times, March 10, 1969

KITTY SALSKY - sister of Jerry and Harry Schwartz. Services at "The Riverside," 76 St. and Amsterdam Ave. Information found in The New York Times, March 10, 1969

EDWARD SCHULMAN - husband of Ceil, brother of Ida Mendel. Services at Garlick's "Parkside," Queens Blvd. & 66 Ave, Forest Hills. Information found in The New York Times, March 10, 1969

ELY YABEK - husband of the late Tillie. Services were held March 9, 1969. Information found in The New York Times, March 10, 1969

SUMNER LOUIS BERNSTEIN - husband of Ethel, brother of Pearl, son of the late Joseph and Ethel Bernstein of Glen Cove. Services at "The Riverside," 76th and Amsterdam Ave. Information found in The New York Times, May 28, 1969

SAMUEL COHEN - husband of Mary, brother of Frances, Ida Sollow, Nat, Irving and Sol. Services Midwood Chapel, 1625 Coney Island Avenue (Ave M), Brooklyn. Information found in The New York Times, May 28, 1969

MARTHA GILL - mother of Albert, Florence Kornel and Josephine Cooperman, sister of Tina Baruch, grandmother of Ruth Rosenberg and Jill Stacey Rosenberg. Services "The Riverside," Brooklyn, Ocean Blvd. at Prospect Park. Information found in The New York Times, May 28, 1969

JULIUS JACOBS - husband of Shirley, brother of Rose. Services at Midwood Memorial Chapel, Avenue M. and Coney Island Ave., Brooklyn. Information found in The New York Times, May 28, 1969

COLEMAN J. LEVINE - (Jerry), husband of Nettie. father of Barbara Gevirtz, brother of Alfred Lawrence, and the late Stanley and Edward Levine. Services at "The Riverside," 76th and Amsterdam. Information found in The New York Times, May 28-29, 1969

CELE ROSENBERG - wife of Sam, mother of Jules H., sister of Dr. Julius A. Horn and the late Dr. Cy Horn. Services at "The Riverside," 76th and Amsterdam Ave. Information found in The New York Times, May 28, 1969

HARVEY KAPLAN - Scouter and friend pf Sunrise District Boy Scouts of America (Arnold Paget, Chairman, Harry Warshofsky, Dis. Comm.). Funeral services Gutterman's Chapel, Church and Flatbush Ave., Brooklyn. Information found in The New York Times, May 28, 1969

HYMAN KAPLAN - husband of Pearl D., father of Marshall G., Michael L. B., Alan I., and Sandra Slade. Member of Congregation Shaare Torah of Flatbush (Samuel Spiegler, President). Services at "The Riverside", May 28, 1969. Information found in The New York Times, May 29, 1969

PAUL STRUMWASSER - husband of Sarah, father of Beatrice Wishnick and Murial Dramer, grandfather. Services at Garlick's "Parkside," Queens Boulevard and 66 Avenue, Forest Hills. Information found in The New York Times, May 28-29, 1969

CELIA FINK - wife of the late Emanuel. Devoted mother of Martha Tartakoff, sister of Sarah Bernstein. Services at "The Riverside", Far Rockaway, L.I. Information found in The New York Times, May 29, 1969

REBECCA LEWIS - wife of the late Morris, mother of Ethel Wein, Bernard Lewis and Esther Jacobs. Services at Garlicks, Queens Blvd. and 66th Ave., Forest Hills. Information found in The New York Times, May 29, 1969

1970-1979

LOUIS BLUM - husband of Elizabeth. father of Noel and of Barbara Gardner, brother of Arthur, Joseph, Lee Green and Sarah Loeb. Services at "The Riverside", Brooklyn, Ocean Parkway at Prospect Park. Information found in The New York Times, December 6, 1970

ROSE CAPLAN - wife of the late Harry, mother of Jean Schatzberg and Henry. Services at Gutterman's "Nassau Memorial Chapel," Long Beach Rd., at Greystone, Rockville Centre, Long Island. Information found in The New York Times, December 6, 1970

ABRAHAM COHEN - husband of Clara, father of Martin and Bernice Fried, and brother of Frances Spiro. Services at Garlick's "Parkside", Coney Island at Avenue N, Brooklyn. Information found in The New York Times, December 6, 1970

PAULINE F. GREEN - On December 4, 1970 of 200 Parker Avenue, West Deal, N.J., wife of Harry Green. Funeral services at the Richard C. Holdal Funeral Home, 236 Monmouth Road, Oakhurst, N.J. Memorial services at the Green residence. Information found in The New York Times, December 6, 1970

SAM GROSSMAN - father of Bernard and Irving. Service at "Gutterman's" Church and Flatbush Aves., Brooklyn. Information found in The New York Times, December 6, 1970

MORRIS IMMERMAN - (Moe) husband of Sabina, father of Mark Immerman and Edith Simpson, brother of Harry Immerman and Hattie Danerhirsch. Service at "The Riverside," 76th St. and Amsterdam Ave. Information found in The New York Times, December 6, 1970

ROSE KRUGER - mother of Harold, Bertha Samuels, Grace Cooper and Ruth Levy. Services at Garlick "Parkside" Chapel, Coney Island Ave. (Ave. M), Brooklyn. Information found in The New York Times, December 6, 1970

BELLA ROBINSON - (Belle, nee Kaplan), wife of the late Philip, sister of Harry and Jacob, sister-in-law of Zelda Kaplan. Member of United Order True Sisters, Inc., Lodge, Forest Hills No. 50 (Lilian Bahn, President). Services at Schwartz Bros. "Forest Park Chapels," Queens Blvd. & 76 Road, Forest Hills. Information found in The New York Times, December 6, 1970

DORIS S. WARE - on December 5, 1970, daughter of the late Ethel K. Bernstein and Albert Cohn, step-daughter of Morris J. Bernstein. mother of Ellen Cowen and John Ware, sister of Robert Carter, grandmother of Jeffrey and Jane Cowen. Services at "The Riverside," 76th Street and Amsterdam Avenue. Interment private. Information found in The New York Times, December 6, 1970

FREDA M. WISHNICK - wife of Robert I. mother of John H., William and Betty Freeman, sister of Susie Isackson. Member of Temple Israel of New Rochelle (Harold Oshlag, President), and of the Metropolitan Synagogue of New York (Barnie Brody, President). Honorary Fellow of the Hebrew University. Loss mourned and obituaries contributed by numerous educational, medical, and Jewish organizations of which she, her husband Robert, and son William belonged to, were contributors to, founders of, and members of boards. Services and interment private. Information found in The New York Times, on December 6 thru December 9, 1970

ROSE BERNSTEIN - mother of Bernard and Emanuel, mother-in-law of Harriet and Florence, grandmother of Charlotte, Marion, Myra, Frances and Jonathan, great-grandmother of Heidi and Leslie. Services at "Nassau North Chapels," 55 North Station Plaza (opposite R.R. station), Great Neck. Information found in The New York Times, December 7, 1970

BERNARD BLOOM - husband of Lillian, father of Peter, brother of Bessie Mirkus, Anna Zimmerman, Philip, Sidney and Jesse. Member of the Middle Bay Golfers Association (Stanley Liss, President). Services at "The Riverside," 76 St. and Amsterdam Ave. Information found in The New York Times, December 7, 1970

JACOB JAMRON - husband of Esther, father of Celia Gross and Eli. Services at "Garlick's Parkside," Queens Blvd. and 66th Ave., Forest Hills Information found in The New York Times, December 7, 1970

RUTH KAPLAN - in Beverly Hills, Calif., on Dec. 5. wife, mother, and grandmother. Past president of Kensington Hadassah. Funeral in California. Information found in The New York Times, December 7, 1970

SAMUEL LEVY - uncle of Julian and Richard Leeds. Founder and past president of the Long Island Wine & Liquor Salesmen Club (Robert McCartney, President), and member of the Spirits Square Club (Walter M. Klein, President). Services at Schwartz Brothers' Forest Park Chapel, 76th Rd. & Queens Blvd., Forest Hills. Information found in The New York Times, December 7, 1970

SADIE RUBIN - wife of the late Meyer, mother of Tess Feuerstein, Ruth Schlessinger, Stanley, Joel, Harold, Irving and Claudette Samotin. Services held Sunday, December 6, 1970. Information found in The New York Times, December 7, 1970

SAMUEL GROSSMAN - husband of the late Gussie, father of Ruth Markman, Evelyn Vinlar and Jerome, brother of Rose Tepper, Abraham, Max and Irving. Services at Gutterman's "Lincoln Square Chapel", Broadway and 66th St. Information found in The New York Times, December 8, 1970

ANNA JACOBS - wife of the late John, mother of Samuel, Emanuel, Jack and Roma Fineberg. Services "Wein & Wein," 2030 Kennedy Blvd., Jersey City. Information found in The New York Times, December 8, 1970

LEO KAHN - member of Societe Israelite Francaise (Leon Wolf, President). Services at Garlick's, 9860 Queens Blvd., Rego Park. Information found in The New York Times, December 8, 1970

ETHEL KAISER - wife of the late Samuel, mother of Hilda Dariff, sister of Morton Jacobs. Services at the Jeffery Funeral Home. 188 St. and Hillside Ave., Hollis. Information found in The New York Times, December 8, 1970

FANNIE NEWMAN - wife of Joseph, mother of Oscar, sister of Rose Abramowitz, Harry and Louis Savitch. Services at Gutterman's "Lincoln Square Chapel" Broadway & 66 St. Information found in The New York Times, December 8, 1970

GEORGE SPELLER - husband of Fay, father of Georgette H. Lakin and Harold, brother of Beatrice Pollack and Fanny Kaplan. Services at Schwartz Brothers "Forest Hill Chapels", Queens Blvd. and 76th Road, Forest Hills. Information found in The New York Times, December 8, 1970

DORA ABRAMS - mother of Jeannette Rubinfeld, Ruth Feldman and Harold, sister of Sophie Cohen, Edward Kane, Samuel Cohen, Max Kane and David Cohen. Services at Norman L. Jeffer Community Chapels, 4720 Fort Hamilton Pkwy., Brooklyn. Interment at Beth David Cemetary. Shiva at home of Mr. and Mrs. Max Rubinfeld, 30 Lenox Rd., Brooklyn, N. Y. Information found in The New York Times, December 9, 1970

ISRAEL SONENSHEIN - 40 Edgewood Rd., Nutley, N.J. Passed away on December 8, 1970, husband of Mrs. Celia Rabinowitz Sonenshein, father of Dr. Abraham L. Sonenshein of Paris, France, David Sonenshein of New York City and Raphael Sonenshein of Princeton, N.J., brother of Rear Admiral Nathan Sonenshein, Washington, D.C. and Evelyn Sonenshein, New York City. Funeral at Jewish Memorial Chapel, 66 Howe Ave., Passiac, N.J. Interment at Riverside Memorial Cemetary, Rochelle Park, N.J. Information found in The New York Times, December 9, 1970

MONROE J. CAHN - on January 19, 1971, husband of Dorothy, father of Helen Weil and Marjorie Brazer, father-in-law of Seymour Weil and Harvey Brazer, grandfather of Judith, Nelson, Karen, Mara and David, brother of Ruth Marin, Esther Oscher, and Oscar Cahn. Services Park West Memorial Chapel, 115 West 179th St. Information found in The New York Times, January 21, 1971

HARRY FINKELSTEIN - husband of Elizabeth, father of Milton P. and Ruth Milewski. Services at Garlick's "Parkside," Queens Blvd. and 65 Ave., Forest Hills. Information found in The New York Times, January 21, 1971

ESTHER GROSSMAN - mother of Israel, sister of Lena Goldstein. Services at "The Riverside," Westchester, 21 W. Broad St., Fleetwood, Mt. Vernon, New York. Information found in The New York Times, January 21, 1971

EDWARD LIPTON - husband of Ann, father of Henry Lipton and Marjorie Chalew, brother of Ben. Services at Gordon & Buckbinder Funeral Home, 1700 Coney Island Ave. (near Ave. N), Brooklyn. Information found in The New York Times, January 21, 1971

JOSEPH BERNSTEIN - also known as Joe Burns. Brother of the late David Burns and Tessie Klein. Services private. Information found in The New York Times, December 13, 1972

ABRAHAM M. FURMAN - on Dec. 12 in Miami Beach, husband of Joan, father of Dolores Weisman, brother of Mrs. Frances Wishnick and Mrs. Ida Brodsky. Services "The Riverside," North Miami Beach, Fla. Information found in The New York Times, December 13, 1972

SAMUEL LISS - in East Hampton, Dec. 11, 1972, age 66. He had been an 1929 All-American forward and captain of the C.C.N.Y. basketball team. Survived by his wife, Theresa, daughter, Mrs. Katherine Hensen, son, Ricky, and a brother, Joseph Liss. Information found in The New York Times, December 13, 1972

SYLVIA LONDON - mother of Stephen London and Elaine Mehler, mother-in-law of David Mehler, sister of Ruth Wish and Helen Brody, grandmother of Jeffrey Blossom and Charles. Services at "The Riverside," Brooklyn, Ocean Pkway, at Prospect Park. Information found in The New York Times, February 07, 1974

FRANCES WEIL - in Palm Beach, Florida, February 4, 1974, Frances Steinbach Weil, of 307 St. Rohan St., New Haven, Conn., wife of the late Dr. Arthur Weil, daughter of the late Abdul D. and Raye Hoffman Steinbach, sister of the late Bernard, Daniel and Milton Steinbach, aunt of Mrs. Nancy S. Mack of Hamden, Conn., Mrs. Betty Schaeffer of New York, Bernard A. Steinbach, Jr. of Scarsdale and Floyd Weil of New York. Funeral service at Beecher and Bennett, 100 Broadway, New Haven, Conn. Information found in The New York Times, February 7. 1974

SYDELLE WEINZIMMER - mother of Phyllis Schoenfeld and William A., sister of Carrie Casden, Lillian Adam and Fio Kirschenbaum. Service at "The Riverside," Far Rockaway, L.I. Information found in The New York Times, February 07, 1974

STELLA BERKOWITZ - mother of Allen Berke and Roberta Rothman, sister of Etta Cohen, William Jacobs, Mae Kamp and Toby Tauber. Services at the Boulevard Chapels, 312 Coney Island Avenue at Prospect Park, Brooklyn. Information found in The New York Times, September 1, 1974

FRANCES M. GREENBERG - Wife of the late Dr. Benjamin B., sister of H. I. Moraff. Services at Schwartz Brothers, "Forest Park Chapels," Queens Blvd. and 76 Rd., Forest Hills. Information found in The New York Times, September 1, 1974

BENJAMIN GREENSTEIN - husband of Sarah, father of Dr. Richard. Services from "Parkside," Memorial Chapels, Broadway at 66th Street, New York City. Information found in The New York Times, September 1, 1974

BENJAMIN GROSS - On August 30, 1974, aged 68. Husband of Sarah Chokla Gross, brother of Robert Gross and the late Erma Pokress, Jack Gross, and Sophie Hardt. Services at Gutterman's corner of Greystone and Long Beach Road, Rockville Center. Information found in The New York Times, September 1, 1974

BERTHA MELLO - (nee Finkelstein) mother of Greta Tannenbaum. Services at Schwartz Brothers "Forest Park Chapels", Queens Blvd. at 76th Rd., Forest Hills. Information found in The New York Times, September 1, 1974

ALBERT I. OELBAUM - husband of Rose. father of Helen Glick, father-in-law of Howard Glick. Brother of Rose and Max Oelbaum. Loss mourned by Oelbaum Family Society, of which he was President and cousin, and by Intimate Apparel Square Club & Associates, of which he was a long time member. Services Park West Funeral Home, 115 West 79th Street, New York City. Information found in The New York Times, September 1, 1974

BENJAMIN W. RICE - father of Samuel H. Rice, Mrs. Dorothy Dwire, Mrs. Rebecca Hittner, Mrs. Shirley Weinstein and Nathan Rice; father-in-law of Mrs. Marilyn Rice, Richard Hittner, Jerold Weinstein, Mrs. Eve Rice and the late Leo Dwire, brother of Joseph Rice, Ray Wolfsky and of the late Charles and Henry Rice. Services at Temple Emanuel, 65th St. and 5th Ave. Information found in The New York Times, September 1, 1974

JULIUS WEINZIMER - husband of Esther, uncle of Bella, Marcia, Lewis, Max and Dorothy. Services at West End Funeral Chapel, 4511 Ft. Hamilton Parkway. Burial at Beth Israel, Woodbridge, New Jersey. Information found in The New York Times, September 1, 1974

DOROTHY G. COOPER - wife of Dr. Nathaniel Cooper, mother of Caroline Piven, sister of Mortimer Garber. Services at Gutterman's "Nassau Memorial Chapel," Long Beach Rd. at Greystone, Rockville Centre, L.I. Information found in The New York Times, October 27, 1974

MORRIS GROSSMAN - age 84, of Miami Beach. Husband of the late Rose, father of Lawrence, grandfather of James and Martin Shimmel, Andrew, Scott and Claudia Grossman. Brother of Isadore and Max Grossman, Sydelle Weinstein, Beatrice Domenitz, Gertrude Rosenfeld and Ruth Rothstein. Services at "The Riverside," 76 Street and Amsterdam Avenue. Information found in The New York Times, October 27, 1974

SADIE NEWMAN - wife of the late George, mother of Sy, Estelle Lobel, and Sandy Kantor. Services at "Parkside" Memorial Chapels, Queens Blvd. and 66th Ave., Forest Hills. Information found in The New York Times, October 27, 1974

REUBEN REISENDER - loss mourned by his family and by the Corporal Sydney Rosenberg Post #670 (Emanuel N. Frankel, Commander). Information found in The New York Times, October 27, 1974

SYDELLE AND SAMUEL WEINZIMMER - Memorial for the late Sydelle and Samuel J. Weinzimmer unveiled at Montefiore Cemetary Springfield Blvd., Albans, New York on Sunday November 3, 1974. Information found in The New York Times, October 27, 1974

FANNIE LEVINE - mother of Benjamin, George, and Ethel Martin, sister of Jack Finkelstein. Services at The Boulevard Chapels, 312 Coney Island Ave. at Prospect Park, Brooklyn. Information found in The New York Times, October 27, 1974

DOROTHY REICHER RUBIN - on Octocber 26, 1974, survived by brother, Morris, sisters Bertha, Sydel, Ray, and Lillian, and sisters-in-law, brothers-in-law, nieces and nephews. Services at the Riverside, Far Rockaway, on Central Ave. Information found in The New York Times, October 27, 1974

PAUL M. ROBERTS - (Mickey), husband of Dorothy Hyman Roberts, father of Lynn and Steven, son of Edna and the late Samuel Rosenzweig, brother of Dr. Leonard Rosenzweig. Services at Campbells Funeral Home, 81st St. and Madison Ave, NY. Information found in The New York Times, March 3, 1978

ANNE CHERRY - sister of Paul Gilbert, Sadie Wishnick, Mollie Shershoff, Joseph Cherry, Celia Cohen, and Nettie Konigsberg. Service at "The Riverside", 76 St. and Amsterdam Ave. Information found in The New York Times, June 16, 1978

GERALD ROSENBERG - husband of Rita, father of Michael and Joel, brother of Sidney and Seymour. Services at "Parkside" Chapel, Queens Blvd. and 66th Ave., Forest Hills. Information found in The New York Times, January 19, 1979

TILLIE BLOOM - wife of the late Irving. mother of Judie Martin and William S. Bloom. Mother-in-law of Leonard and Elizabeth. Services at "Garlick's," 1091 Yonkers Ave. Yonkers, N.Y. Shiva at home of the deceased in Larchmont, N.Y. Information found in The New York Times, January 21, 1979

SUE BLOOMBERG - on January 19, 1979, wife of Allan, mother of Jon, Paul, and Seth. Services Chapel Hill and Munger Funeral Homes, 1649 1st. Ave. at 86th St. Information found in The New York Times, January 21, 1979

ALEX WEINZIMMER - husband of Esther, father of Ruth Brofsky and Phyllis Ackerman, brother of Beatrice Pincus and Dorothy Grossman. Member of B'nai Brith and the Knights of Pythias. Loss mourned by Temple Beth Abraham (Dr. Paul R. Siegel, Rabbi; Alex Daniels, President; Sonya Edelson, Sisterhood President). Services at "Riverside" Brooklyn, Ocean Pkway at Propect Park. Information found in The New York Times, January 21, 1979

SADIE SHAPIRO WEINZIMMER - mother of Ruth Gottfried, Harold Shapiro, Florence Meyer and the late Irving Shepard, sister of Paul Ross. Services at "The Riverside," 76th St. and Amsterdam Ave. Information found in The New York Times, October 19, 1979

1980

ROBERT I. WISHNICK - husband of the late Freda. Survived by sons William and John, and daughter Betty Freeman. A distinguished Science Fellow of Yeshiva University and a Founder of its Albert Einstein College of Medicine, and an Honorary Governer and founder of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Member of Metropolitan Synagogue of New York (Dr. Judah Cahn, Rabbi; Joel W. Schenker, President), and of the Board of Trustees of Temple Israel of New Rochelle (Leroy Fadem, President; Rabbi Amiel Wohl, Rabbi Emeritus Jacob K. Shankman). Loss mourned and obituaries contributed by numerous additional educational, medical, Jewish, social and other community and civic organizations. Information found in The New York Times, February 15-24, 1980

SOPHIE R. JACOBS - wife of the late Robert H. Jacobs, mother of Barbara J. Gurfein, grandmother of Leslie Ann Heckler and Robert Stuart Gurfein, great grandmother of Robert, Stephanie and Alexander Heckler, sister of Jules and Sylvia Rudnick and William and Ceile Rudnick. Laid to rest February 15, 1980. Information found in The New York Times, February 16-17, 1980

DOROTHY KLEPPER - wife of Joseph J., mother of Edith and Howard, sister of Sylvia Friedman, Joseph and Seymour Walzer. Funeral services at "The Riverside," 2230 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, Florida. Information found in The New York Times, February 16-17, 1980

ESTHER COMINSKY - wife of the late Sam, mother of Sondra. Member of the Cominsky Family Circle (Florence Kaminsky, President; Sophie C. Newman, Secretary). Services at Schwartz Brothers, 76th Road and Queens Blvd. Information found in The New York Times, February 17, 1980

DANIEL TENENBAUM - husband of Leonore, father of Ann and Martin, father-in-law of Bonnie and Jeff, grandfather of Lorin, Joshua and Jonathan. Services "Boulevard-Park West" Chapels, 115 W. 79 St. Information found in The New York Times, February 17, 1980

MINA R. SAMUELS - (Sugarman) of Templeton Arms, Elizabeth, New Jersey, wife of the late Jerome Samuels, mother of Miriam S. Gladstone of Westfield, N.J., grandmother of Steven J. Gladstone of Winchester, Mass. and William E. Gladstone of New York City. Funeral at the Higgins & Bonner Funeral Home, 414 Westminster Avenue, Elizabeth, N.J. Entombment Bnai Jeshun Cemetary, Elizabeth, N.J. Information found in The New York Times, February 19, 1980

JACOB SCHNEIDER - husband of Edith. Member of the Board of Governors of Congregation Ohab Zedek of Belle Harbor (Dr. Jacob Reiner, Rabbi; Sol Brafman, President). Information found in The New York Times, February 19, 1980

BESSIE ZUCKERMAN - (Rabinowitz), on February 14, sister of May Greenberger, Sophie Gosberg, Sam Rabinowitz and Harry Rabinowitz. Information found in The New York Times, February 20, 1980

DEBORAH FORMAN - mother of Florence Castle and Jacqueline Flam, sister of Bee Ellerstein, Rose Speilberg and Edyth Perlman, grandmother of Andrea Chonin, great-grandmother of Deborah Melisse. Private services and interment. Information found in The New York Times, February 24, 1980

MORTON MORRIS - on February 21, 1980. husband of the late Belle M., father of Nancy Morris Kaplan of Bellevue, Washington, brother of Carolyn Gilbert, grandfather of Andrew, Gregory, and Diana Kaplan. Service at Beth-El Cemetary, Brooklyn, N.Y. For further information call Frank E. Campbell, 1076 Madison Ave. Information found in The New York Times, February 24, 1980

ABE NEUMAN - husband of Pearl, father of Ellen Goodman and Leila Rouse, brother of Hersch, grandfather of Michael, Lynn and Andy. Information found in The New York Times, February 24, 1980

MAX POLLACK - husband of the late Ray, father of Murial Pollack and Dorothy Brauner, brother of Morris, Joseph, Ruth Fierberg and Lillian Romley, grandfather of Rebecca, Amy and Andrew. Services at "Parkside Chapels", 2576 Flatbush Ave. (opposite Kings Plaza), Brooklyn. Information found in The New York Times, February 24, 1980

* NOTE: The obituaries marked with an asterick "*" were extracted from long lists of short death notices. Some issues of The New York Times contain long lists of such notices, consisting of the names of many dozens, and sometimes hundreds, of individuals who passed away within a short span of time (several days to a week). These notices generally consist of just the names, addresses, ages, and date of death of the deceased.

They often have a heading "Deaths Reported on [date]" . They may simply be courtesy listings or advertizements published by a mortuary or funeral home, but could also be the result of some disaster, or of a disease outbreak or epidemic. If you have time to do so, reading the entire issue would probably yield one or more articles revealing the reason. If you find such an article, please contact me so I can share the information.

Revised July 25, 2011

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