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Los Angeles Help needed #general

Pam G <pgosl@...>
 

Hello,

Anyone in Los Angeles County could help?? There is one(only one or two for
the whole county) very overworked volunteer, with a new baby, in Los
Angeles County, who could use a little help doing some record lookups at
the recorder's office in Norwalk, CA; because of the new law limiting
access to vital records starting January 1, she has been beseiged with
requests for DCT transcriptions. Anyone who might be able to go just once
to look up 1-5 names(your choice), just writing down the information >from
the death certificate; probably only 1-2 hours(?), anything would help. ..
anyone who thinks they might be able to help, please email me privately
and I will connect you with the appropriate person. . ..(I don't live
there). This would take place before Dec 31.

There may be other counties that need help as well, but I think LA County
has the biggest waiting list. . .

Thanks, Pam Goslin in San Francisco, CA


Annotations on ship's passenger list individual records #general

Bernard Kouchel <koosh@...>
 

Many researchers find cryptic numerical annotations written on individual
records on ship passenger lists. For illustrations and explanations of the
most common manifest annotations, see:
Glossary of Passenger List Annotations
http://www.ins.usdoj.gov/graphics/aboutins/history/MANIF/ANNOT.htm
--
koosh@att.net
Bernard Kouchel

MODERATOR NOTE: The following JewishGen site may also be helpful
http://www.jewishgen.org/infofiles/Manifests/


GRODSKY FAMILY - + BELLA and ISIDOR WOLF - NEW YORK. #general

Nigel Wilson <wilsonettes@...>
 

Dear All,

I have been searching for the burial places of Bella/Beila (nee WOLF)
and her husband Charles GRODSKY. They arrived in New York approx 1897 with
3 children - Sarah, Fanny and Edward, and then had 4 more children,
Beatrice, William, Esther and Hyman.

It is understood that Bella and Charles died v. young, between 1905-20,
as they are not listed on the 1920 census, instead the children are listed
with their Uncle Isidor (Bella's brother) who took over the bringing up of
his nieces and nephews. Isidor remained a bachelor until his death
sometime in the early 1930's. He may be remembered by someone as he was a
chef and unfortunately had a wooden leg. Address given in the 1920 census
was E 114th St. NY.

I cannot find his burial place either.

I have phoned several cemeteries in the NY area but to no avail.

If anyone has knowledge of the above GRODSKY family, with special
reference to Bella and Isidor, please contact me directly.

Thank you.

Patricia Wilson (Israel)

MODERATOR NOTE: Please respond privately.


Re< "Vinkovtsky" #general

NFatouros@...
 

On Dec.17/02 Lou Stoler (lstoler@houston.rr.com) asked whether anyone had
ever heard of Vinkovtsky.

To find others who are interested in Vinkovtsky or *Vinkovitz* (or even
*Vinkovci*) Mr. Soler should check Jewishgen's Family Finder and its
Discussion Group Archives. (Mel Werbach has ancestors >from the place.)
(Also, typing in *Vinkovitz* in the *google* search engine turned up the
site of the Philadelphia Genealogical Society. I didn't take the time to
click on the site but I assume it shows someone interested in Vinkovitz.)

The town or shtetl is or was west of Zhmerinka and southwest of Kiev. To
find the map coordinates of the town Mr. Stoler should use Jewishgen's
ShtetlSeeker.

My 1962 Columbia-Lippincott Gazetteer says of Vinkovtsy that in 1939 it
had a population of over 2,000. It is in the East Kamenetz-Podolski
oblast, 28 miles southeast of Proskurov. People did fruit canning and
distilling.

There are several mentions of the town and of some of the people who lived
there in the two volumes of David A. Chapin and Ben Weinstock, *The Road
from Letichev: History of and Culture of a Forgotten Jewish Community in
Eastern Europe,* *Writer's Showcase:,* 2000, ISBN O-595-00667-1 and
ISBN 0-595-0067-3

Naomi Fatouros (nee FELDMAN)
Bloomington, Indiana
NFatouros@aol.com
Researching: BELKOWSKY and BIELKOWSKY, Odessa and Berdichev;ROTHSTEIN,
Kremenchug; FELDMAN, Pinsk; SCHUTZ, RETTIG, WAHL, Shcherets; LEVY, Mulhouse;
SAS or SASS,Podwolochisk; RAPOPORT, Tarnopol, Korostyshev; BEHAM, Salok
and Kharkov; WOLPIANSKY, Ostryna.


Lerner research question #general

Sara Lynns
 

I may have found a Lerner relative (paternal grandmother)- Goldie and her
youngest son, Charles, living at 484 Hewitt Place, The Bronx, NY
a) anyone searching Lerner family please respond
and
b) this is via the 1930 census anyone familiar with the Bronx at that time?
thanks
Jackie Lerner-Aderman

MODERATOR NOTE: Please respond privately.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Los Angeles Help needed #general

Pam G <pgosl@...>
 

Hello,

Anyone in Los Angeles County could help?? There is one(only one or two for
the whole county) very overworked volunteer, with a new baby, in Los
Angeles County, who could use a little help doing some record lookups at
the recorder's office in Norwalk, CA; because of the new law limiting
access to vital records starting January 1, she has been beseiged with
requests for DCT transcriptions. Anyone who might be able to go just once
to look up 1-5 names(your choice), just writing down the information >from
the death certificate; probably only 1-2 hours(?), anything would help. ..
anyone who thinks they might be able to help, please email me privately
and I will connect you with the appropriate person. . ..(I don't live
there). This would take place before Dec 31.

There may be other counties that need help as well, but I think LA County
has the biggest waiting list. . .

Thanks, Pam Goslin in San Francisco, CA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Annotations on ship's passenger list individual records #general

Bernard Kouchel <koosh@...>
 

Many researchers find cryptic numerical annotations written on individual
records on ship passenger lists. For illustrations and explanations of the
most common manifest annotations, see:
Glossary of Passenger List Annotations
http://www.ins.usdoj.gov/graphics/aboutins/history/MANIF/ANNOT.htm
--
koosh@att.net
Bernard Kouchel

MODERATOR NOTE: The following JewishGen site may also be helpful
http://www.jewishgen.org/infofiles/Manifests/


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen GRODSKY FAMILY - + BELLA and ISIDOR WOLF - NEW YORK. #general

Nigel Wilson <wilsonettes@...>
 

Dear All,

I have been searching for the burial places of Bella/Beila (nee WOLF)
and her husband Charles GRODSKY. They arrived in New York approx 1897 with
3 children - Sarah, Fanny and Edward, and then had 4 more children,
Beatrice, William, Esther and Hyman.

It is understood that Bella and Charles died v. young, between 1905-20,
as they are not listed on the 1920 census, instead the children are listed
with their Uncle Isidor (Bella's brother) who took over the bringing up of
his nieces and nephews. Isidor remained a bachelor until his death
sometime in the early 1930's. He may be remembered by someone as he was a
chef and unfortunately had a wooden leg. Address given in the 1920 census
was E 114th St. NY.

I cannot find his burial place either.

I have phoned several cemeteries in the NY area but to no avail.

If anyone has knowledge of the above GRODSKY family, with special
reference to Bella and Isidor, please contact me directly.

Thank you.

Patricia Wilson (Israel)

MODERATOR NOTE: Please respond privately.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re< "Vinkovtsky" #general

NFatouros@...
 

On Dec.17/02 Lou Stoler (lstoler@houston.rr.com) asked whether anyone had
ever heard of Vinkovtsky.

To find others who are interested in Vinkovtsky or *Vinkovitz* (or even
*Vinkovci*) Mr. Soler should check Jewishgen's Family Finder and its
Discussion Group Archives. (Mel Werbach has ancestors >from the place.)
(Also, typing in *Vinkovitz* in the *google* search engine turned up the
site of the Philadelphia Genealogical Society. I didn't take the time to
click on the site but I assume it shows someone interested in Vinkovitz.)

The town or shtetl is or was west of Zhmerinka and southwest of Kiev. To
find the map coordinates of the town Mr. Stoler should use Jewishgen's
ShtetlSeeker.

My 1962 Columbia-Lippincott Gazetteer says of Vinkovtsy that in 1939 it
had a population of over 2,000. It is in the East Kamenetz-Podolski
oblast, 28 miles southeast of Proskurov. People did fruit canning and
distilling.

There are several mentions of the town and of some of the people who lived
there in the two volumes of David A. Chapin and Ben Weinstock, *The Road
from Letichev: History of and Culture of a Forgotten Jewish Community in
Eastern Europe,* *Writer's Showcase:,* 2000, ISBN O-595-00667-1 and
ISBN 0-595-0067-3

Naomi Fatouros (nee FELDMAN)
Bloomington, Indiana
NFatouros@aol.com
Researching: BELKOWSKY and BIELKOWSKY, Odessa and Berdichev;ROTHSTEIN,
Kremenchug; FELDMAN, Pinsk; SCHUTZ, RETTIG, WAHL, Shcherets; LEVY, Mulhouse;
SAS or SASS,Podwolochisk; RAPOPORT, Tarnopol, Korostyshev; BEHAM, Salok
and Kharkov; WOLPIANSKY, Ostryna.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Lerner research question #general

Sara Lynns
 

I may have found a Lerner relative (paternal grandmother)- Goldie and her
youngest son, Charles, living at 484 Hewitt Place, The Bronx, NY
a) anyone searching Lerner family please respond
and
b) this is via the 1930 census anyone familiar with the Bronx at that time?
thanks
Jackie Lerner-Aderman

MODERATOR NOTE: Please respond privately.


Ada's Email and Web Site Addresses #general

Joan Parker <housemom@...>
 

Many thanks to Joyce Field and Ronit Zadikov two more gracious Genners who
has stepped forward to make sure I had Ada's email and web site. What a
wonderful group of people.
Thank you. Ada and I have been in touch.

Joan

Searching: GOLDBERG and GOODSTEIN-Plock, Poland/Russia and Brooklyn, NY;
PINKUS and WINOGRAD-Brest, Litovok and maybe Odessa, Ukraine, and
Brooklyn, NY; GELFAND,YEHUDIS, KATZ-Minsk and Bronx, NY


WUNSCH + HELLER + BERKOVITCH #romania

Ittzchak Wunsch <h_wunsch@...>
 

My name is Itzchak Wunsch >from ISRAEL.
My father name is Dov Wunsch (also can be: Brnant or Bernard ) born at 20
June 1931 in Bistrita Nasaud, Transylvania, Romania.
My grandmother (Josef Wunsch wife) name is Eugenia Wunsch (Berkovitch before
married) born at18 September 1914 in Halmeo, Transylvania, Romania.
My grandfather Josef (also can be: Josif or Ioska) Wunsch was born at 1903
in Bistrita Nasaud, Transylvania, Romania. He was lived in Budapest,
Hungary and working as journalist at ESTI VJSAG (this is the name of the
newspaper) in the political department under the name VIRAG JOSEF
(approximately 1940).
Can you please give me some direction were can I find details about this
newspaper?
Were can I find articles that wrote by him?
Josef had apartment in Kuzraktap Utca 22 in Budapest.
Josef was killed in Hungarian Labour Battalion (Unit 108/70 TMSZ) in
Ukraine, at 13 January 1943.
Josef father name was Benjamin Wunsch, born in Galicia in a place call
Kolomea.
Josef mother name was Minda Wunsch (Heller before married) born in Sadgora,
Bokavina.
Josef had 4 brothers and one sister (all born in Bistrita Nasaud,
Transylvania, Romania):
Sister - Meddy Wunsch (date of born and died unknown).
Brother - Israel Wunsch b.13/08/1913, d.10/01/1985 (Israel), Emg. To
Israel 1940.
Brother - Zvi-Hirsh Wunsch b. 1907, d. 1946 in Bistrita Nasaud,
Transylvania, Romania after WWII.
Brother - Shimon Wunsch b. 1899, d. 1944 in Metauzen camp.
Shimon wife was Rivka (Shuner before married, place of born unknown) b.
1903, d. 1944 at Auschwitz camp.
Shimon and Rivka had 3 children's (all born in Bistrita Nasaud,
Transylvania, Romania):
Hana Wunsch b. 1928, d. 1944 at Auschwitz camp.
Rene Wunsch b. 1925, d. 1944 at Auschwitz camp.
Efraim Wunsch b. 1929, d. 1944 at Auschwitz camp.

I'm looking for any piece of information about my grandfather or any of
WUNSCH, HELLER and BERKOVITCH family whom I didn't have the honor to
recognize.
I will appreciate to receive any information that you can give me.



WBR,
Itzchak Wunsch
Kiryat Ata
Israel


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Ada's Email and Web Site Addresses #general

Joan Parker <housemom@...>
 

Many thanks to Joyce Field and Ronit Zadikov two more gracious Genners who
has stepped forward to make sure I had Ada's email and web site. What a
wonderful group of people.
Thank you. Ada and I have been in touch.

Joan

Searching: GOLDBERG and GOODSTEIN-Plock, Poland/Russia and Brooklyn, NY;
PINKUS and WINOGRAD-Brest, Litovok and maybe Odessa, Ukraine, and
Brooklyn, NY; GELFAND,YEHUDIS, KATZ-Minsk and Bronx, NY


Romania SIG #Romania WUNSCH + HELLER + BERKOVITCH #romania

Ittzchak Wunsch <h_wunsch@...>
 

My name is Itzchak Wunsch >from ISRAEL.
My father name is Dov Wunsch (also can be: Brnant or Bernard ) born at 20
June 1931 in Bistrita Nasaud, Transylvania, Romania.
My grandmother (Josef Wunsch wife) name is Eugenia Wunsch (Berkovitch before
married) born at18 September 1914 in Halmeo, Transylvania, Romania.
My grandfather Josef (also can be: Josif or Ioska) Wunsch was born at 1903
in Bistrita Nasaud, Transylvania, Romania. He was lived in Budapest,
Hungary and working as journalist at ESTI VJSAG (this is the name of the
newspaper) in the political department under the name VIRAG JOSEF
(approximately 1940).
Can you please give me some direction were can I find details about this
newspaper?
Were can I find articles that wrote by him?
Josef had apartment in Kuzraktap Utca 22 in Budapest.
Josef was killed in Hungarian Labour Battalion (Unit 108/70 TMSZ) in
Ukraine, at 13 January 1943.
Josef father name was Benjamin Wunsch, born in Galicia in a place call
Kolomea.
Josef mother name was Minda Wunsch (Heller before married) born in Sadgora,
Bokavina.
Josef had 4 brothers and one sister (all born in Bistrita Nasaud,
Transylvania, Romania):
Sister - Meddy Wunsch (date of born and died unknown).
Brother - Israel Wunsch b.13/08/1913, d.10/01/1985 (Israel), Emg. To
Israel 1940.
Brother - Zvi-Hirsh Wunsch b. 1907, d. 1946 in Bistrita Nasaud,
Transylvania, Romania after WWII.
Brother - Shimon Wunsch b. 1899, d. 1944 in Metauzen camp.
Shimon wife was Rivka (Shuner before married, place of born unknown) b.
1903, d. 1944 at Auschwitz camp.
Shimon and Rivka had 3 children's (all born in Bistrita Nasaud,
Transylvania, Romania):
Hana Wunsch b. 1928, d. 1944 at Auschwitz camp.
Rene Wunsch b. 1925, d. 1944 at Auschwitz camp.
Efraim Wunsch b. 1929, d. 1944 at Auschwitz camp.

I'm looking for any piece of information about my grandfather or any of
WUNSCH, HELLER and BERKOVITCH family whom I didn't have the honor to
recognize.
I will appreciate to receive any information that you can give me.



WBR,
Itzchak Wunsch
Kiryat Ata
Israel


Workshop Reminder - JGSPBCI #general

Curiousyl@...
 

JGS Palm Beach County
12TH Annual Workshop

The 12th Annual Workshop for Beginners/Intermediate Researchers will be
held at the South County Civic Center, 16700 Jog Road, Delray Beach on
Wednesday, January 8, 2003 >from 1-4 p.m.

Alfred M. Silberfeld, Past President of JGSPBCI, will conduct the four 45
minute sessions, assisted by Sylvia Furshman Nusinov, immediate Past
President. A question and answer period will follow each session.

A new format of the Workshop has been designed around a Power Point
presentation. A revised Workbook, updated and edited by Ms. Nusinov,
containing 156 pages of valuable research information, will be included as
part of the enrollment fee.

Topics to be covered: how to find immigration and naturalization records;
how to locate US Census records; vital records; archive repositories;
Internet sources; maps and innumerable resources for ancestral research.

Fees:

$20 Members, includes a Workbook
$25 Member Family, 1 Workbook
$40 Non-Members, includes Workbook and Membership
$25 Non-Member, includes Workbook, No Membership
$50 Non-Member Family, includes 1 Workbook and Family Membership

Please contact Sylvia Nusinov: Curiousyl@aol.com
Al Silberfeld : ASilberf@aol.com


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Workshop Reminder - JGSPBCI #general

Curiousyl@...
 

JGS Palm Beach County
12TH Annual Workshop

The 12th Annual Workshop for Beginners/Intermediate Researchers will be
held at the South County Civic Center, 16700 Jog Road, Delray Beach on
Wednesday, January 8, 2003 >from 1-4 p.m.

Alfred M. Silberfeld, Past President of JGSPBCI, will conduct the four 45
minute sessions, assisted by Sylvia Furshman Nusinov, immediate Past
President. A question and answer period will follow each session.

A new format of the Workshop has been designed around a Power Point
presentation. A revised Workbook, updated and edited by Ms. Nusinov,
containing 156 pages of valuable research information, will be included as
part of the enrollment fee.

Topics to be covered: how to find immigration and naturalization records;
how to locate US Census records; vital records; archive repositories;
Internet sources; maps and innumerable resources for ancestral research.

Fees:

$20 Members, includes a Workbook
$25 Member Family, 1 Workbook
$40 Non-Members, includes Workbook and Membership
$25 Non-Member, includes Workbook, No Membership
$50 Non-Member Family, includes 1 Workbook and Family Membership

Please contact Sylvia Nusinov: Curiousyl@aol.com
Al Silberfeld : ASilberf@aol.com


INTRO - Researching BERENZ Family #germany

Edna Berkovits <berkovitse@...>
 

Hi Everyone,
I am new to this list serve (1 week), though I have been on the JewishGen
list for almost a month. That's when I started researching my father's
side of the family, and have had wonderful luck finding a distant relative
who has done much research for many years, and has sent me an amazing
family tree.

After this wealth of information came my way, my mother expressed an
interest in finding out more about her father's family, since she and her
middle sister are the only ones who are known to have survived the
Holocaust >from that side of the family. Their older sister was Ilse
BERENZ. Last week I wrote to a Friedrich BERENZ in Freiburg (found the
address in the white pages of the Germany phone book), who may be related
through Max BERENZ (see below), and am hoping to get a response.

I read about the Theresienstadt Memorial Book in someone's letter to the
Goup, and wonder how to access it: My mother heard >from Erna MAYER's (sp?) mother, who did survive, that she had seen my grandmother, Emma
BERENZ,(born Weisbecker) in Theresienstadt.

My mother's email to me follows.

Thank you for any information you have.

Edna (Grunspan) Berkovits Teaneck, NJ

Also researching GRUNSPAN (Uhersky Ostroh, Czech Rep.; Wien); WEISBECKER

Since it is a snow day today and everything has been cancelled I'll try to
write down as much as I can remember.
I do not remember my grandparents first names nor do I know where they
were born. It is quite possible that my grandfather was born in Boenstadt,
I don't believe my grandmother was born there.
My father's older brother was Albert Berenz, born in Boenstadt, Germany,
date of birth unknown. He was married to Kitty Frank's sister and had two
sons. They moved in the 1930's to Holland, Kitty told me that my uncle
visited the United States >from there, but did not like it here and
returned to Holland. The family was deported and died in the Holocaust.

My father was either the second or third son. His name was Gustav Louis
Berenz (called Louis) born November 12, 1893 in Boenstadt. He died in the
Holocaust.

Leopold Berenz born in Boenstadt, date of birth unknown. He was not
married, moved in the 1930's to France, died in the Holocaust.

Max Berenz, born in Boenstadt, date of birth unknown (he was the youngest)
I believe his first wife's name was Kristel (she was not jewish) she
divorced him in 1936 or 37. I believe their children's names were Artur
and Isolde, they stayed with their mother. My uncle remarried, his second
wife's name was Erna Mayer, she came >from Darmstadt, they had twin boys
born approx. 1937-38, I saw them shortly before I left Germany, I do not
recall their names. They all died in the Holocaust.

I, as well as my sisters were all born in Boenstadt in the same house
where >my father and his brothers were born. My parents moved in either
1929 or 1930 to Assenheim where we lived until 1939.

I left Germany December 27, 1939 with a children transport via Italy and
arrived January 2, 1940 in Palestine. That's all for today. Love, Mom


German SIG #Germany INTRO - Researching BERENZ Family #germany

Edna Berkovits <berkovitse@...>
 

Hi Everyone,
I am new to this list serve (1 week), though I have been on the JewishGen
list for almost a month. That's when I started researching my father's
side of the family, and have had wonderful luck finding a distant relative
who has done much research for many years, and has sent me an amazing
family tree.

After this wealth of information came my way, my mother expressed an
interest in finding out more about her father's family, since she and her
middle sister are the only ones who are known to have survived the
Holocaust >from that side of the family. Their older sister was Ilse
BERENZ. Last week I wrote to a Friedrich BERENZ in Freiburg (found the
address in the white pages of the Germany phone book), who may be related
through Max BERENZ (see below), and am hoping to get a response.

I read about the Theresienstadt Memorial Book in someone's letter to the
Goup, and wonder how to access it: My mother heard >from Erna MAYER's (sp?) mother, who did survive, that she had seen my grandmother, Emma
BERENZ,(born Weisbecker) in Theresienstadt.

My mother's email to me follows.

Thank you for any information you have.

Edna (Grunspan) Berkovits Teaneck, NJ

Also researching GRUNSPAN (Uhersky Ostroh, Czech Rep.; Wien); WEISBECKER

Since it is a snow day today and everything has been cancelled I'll try to
write down as much as I can remember.
I do not remember my grandparents first names nor do I know where they
were born. It is quite possible that my grandfather was born in Boenstadt,
I don't believe my grandmother was born there.
My father's older brother was Albert Berenz, born in Boenstadt, Germany,
date of birth unknown. He was married to Kitty Frank's sister and had two
sons. They moved in the 1930's to Holland, Kitty told me that my uncle
visited the United States >from there, but did not like it here and
returned to Holland. The family was deported and died in the Holocaust.

My father was either the second or third son. His name was Gustav Louis
Berenz (called Louis) born November 12, 1893 in Boenstadt. He died in the
Holocaust.

Leopold Berenz born in Boenstadt, date of birth unknown. He was not
married, moved in the 1930's to France, died in the Holocaust.

Max Berenz, born in Boenstadt, date of birth unknown (he was the youngest)
I believe his first wife's name was Kristel (she was not jewish) she
divorced him in 1936 or 37. I believe their children's names were Artur
and Isolde, they stayed with their mother. My uncle remarried, his second
wife's name was Erna Mayer, she came >from Darmstadt, they had twin boys
born approx. 1937-38, I saw them shortly before I left Germany, I do not
recall their names. They all died in the Holocaust.

I, as well as my sisters were all born in Boenstadt in the same house
where >my father and his brothers were born. My parents moved in either
1929 or 1930 to Assenheim where we lived until 1939.

I left Germany December 27, 1939 with a children transport via Italy and
arrived January 2, 1940 in Palestine. That's all for today. Love, Mom


Re: Emma Lazarus #general

hennynow
 

Replying to Harold Lewin's query, Emma LAZARUS was born in New York City,
NY, on July 22,1849. She was the fourth daughter of Esther (NATHAN) and
Moses LAZARUS, a prosperous sugar refiner of Sephardic descent. In 1885,
she traveled to Europe with her sisters after their father died. She died
of cancer in New York City on November 19, 1887. Her sisters were Mary,
Annie, and Josephine.

Another quote >from Emma Lazarus's writings, *Until we are all free, we are
none of us free.*

Henny

Henriette Moed Roth
Los Angeles, California
hennynow@pacbell.net


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Emma Lazarus #general

hennynow
 

Replying to Harold Lewin's query, Emma LAZARUS was born in New York City,
NY, on July 22,1849. She was the fourth daughter of Esther (NATHAN) and
Moses LAZARUS, a prosperous sugar refiner of Sephardic descent. In 1885,
she traveled to Europe with her sisters after their father died. She died
of cancer in New York City on November 19, 1887. Her sisters were Mary,
Annie, and Josephine.

Another quote >from Emma Lazarus's writings, *Until we are all free, we are
none of us free.*

Henny

Henriette Moed Roth
Los Angeles, California
hennynow@pacbell.net