Typically, I do agree with your view. Even if "name is the same" applies to the spouse.
IMO, what is the same:
- Jonasz's name, on the marriage, census, death and birth record of his son, my g-gf, Moritz Weinstock (see: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L9PH-3999-N?i=429&cat=293139)
- Jonasz's birthyear, based on age 73 in 1906 matches his 1869 census (See: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3Q9M-CSK8-839K-X?i=429&cat=385993)
- Jonasz's father's name matches that on his 1861 marriage (see: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-89G7-F9B9-V?i=424&cat=292389)
- his spouse matches that on the above-mentioned marriage and the above mentions 1869 census
- his occupation, watchmaker, matches his occupation mentioned in his son's marriage (Fulop to Etelka Weisz). See Jewishgen marriage record, also in Nagyvarad, where it says "Groom: b.25-Sep-1865 in Tokaj, father watchmaker", and lists Fulop's parents as Jonas / Roza (BENJAMIN).
- Jonasz's son, Dr. Armin, also lived in NagyVarad, where Jonas passed away
What is not the same
- his birth year on his marriage is 2 years later than both the census and death record
- his birth location on his death record is different than both the marriage and census, 3 miles different
For me, especially as the death record is the only one Jonasz did not personally report, being dead, is the one leas likely to indicate it is a different person.
I would add, a search on JewishGen for another Jonasz Weinstock married to a Roza Benjamin, does not produce any results.
I am comfortable with the amount of evidence making it likely this is Jonasz's death place. What would really help is if I could locate his tombstone in one of the Oradae (Nagyvarad) cemeteries, and see that it has his father's name of Izak on it.
Thank you for sharing your thoughts,