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[Brøderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 1, Ed. 4, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Social Security Death Index, Surnames from A through L, Date of Import: Aug 17, 1998, Internal Ref. #126.96.36.199700.182]
Individual: Intraub, Nathan
Birth date: Feb 6, 1926
Death date: Dec 1973
Social Security #: 123-16-5964
State of issue: NY
Note H00173 Index
[Brøderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 1, Ed. 4, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Social Security Death Index, Surnames from A through L, Date of Import: Aug 17, 1998, Internal Ref. #188.8.131.52700.180]
Individual: Intraub, Carol
Birth date: Sep 2, 1935
Death date: Aug 20, 1989
Social Security #: 054-28-5505
Last residence: 11375
State of issue: NY
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Bill Campbell (email@example.com) writes about his grandmother's unique name:
"I know it probably seemed unlikely, but my father's mother is Tennessee Islie
She was born on an island in the middle of a Tennessee river, so they named
her Tennessee Islie (island) Curtain.
Note H00175 Index
[Brøderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 1, Ed. 4, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Social Security Death Index, Surnames from A through L, Date of Import: Aug 22, 1998, Internal Ref. #184.108.40.20669.117]
Individual: Arian, Samuel
Birth date: May 23, 1912
Death date: Apr 11, 1990
Social Security #: 101-03-0190
Last residence: 33442
State of issue: NY
Note H00176 Index
Married by Rabbi H. Saltzman, Nashville, Tennessee, March 22, 1925.
Enrolled Watkins Institute for Adults in Nashville, Department of Home Economics, 1946.
Watkins Institute: 2-year certificate for Children's Sewing, May 27, 1948.
Watkins Institute: Sewing II, May 27, 1949.
Watkins Institute: Business Machines, December 18, 1958.
Orcelia's School of Millinery: Millinery, May 22, 1967.
Watkins Institute: 2-year certificate for Adult Sewing, May 19, 1969.
Watkins Institute Cake Decorating, November 19, 1976.
Article from The Nashville Tennessean, Date Not Documented: A robber "Entered Jack's Liquor Store,
502 Second Ave. South, and demanded money from Mrs. Helen Hackerman. 'What money,' snapped the irate woman. 'You'd better get out of here.' The robber left the store and robbed
Charles Liquor Store, 801B Fourth Ave. South of $38.
Article from The Nashville Tennessean, p. 16-A, October 12, 1958: Two robbers "Admitted attempting to
rob Jack's Liquor Store, 502 Second Ave. S., before they were chased away -- .38 revolver
and all -- by Mrs. Jack Hackerman, wife of the owner ... Mrs. Hackerman took the number of
the getaway car and called police."
Note H00177 Index
Obituary: The (Memphis) Commercial Appeal -- December 8, 1988:
Mrs. Fanny 'Fagel' Alperin Wilenzick, 90, of Forrest City, Ark., formerly of Memphis, died Thurday morning at Baptist Hospital after a long illness. Services were Thursday at Sam Abraham Chapel with burial in Baron Hirsch Cemetery. Canale Funeral Directors had charge. She was a member of Baron Hirsch Synagogue and Hadassah. The widow of Sam Wilenzick, shje leaves two daughters, Mrs. Barbara Michel and Mrs. Janet W. Kisber, both of Memphis; a son, Irving Loskove Wilenzick of Forrest City, four grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. In lieu of flowers,the family requests and memorials be sent to a charity of the donor's choice.
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Dued at 14 hours, 42 minutes; placenta previa. Named by Rabbi at funeral.
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Obituary: The Nashville Banner, Wed., June 13, 1956
Hackerman -- Tuesday night, June 12, 1956, at 10:30 o'clock at a local infirmary, Jack Hackerman. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Helen Hackerman; son, Kenneth Hackerman; daughter, Miss Elaine Hackerman; brothers Marcus Hackerman of Nashville, and Harold Hackerman of Baltimore, Md., and an aunt, Mrs. Nathan Zager. The remains are at the Marshall Donnelly-Combs Funeral Parlors, 201 25th Ave. N. Funeral service, at the West End Synagogue Chapel at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon (DST) Rabbi Arthur Hertzberg and the Rev. Bernard Glussman officiating. Honorary pallbearer are: Dr. Laurence grossman, Sam Lintz, of Atlanta, Ga., Al Perlman of Cleviston, Fla. and Sam Rosen, Abe and Leo Lemsky, Dave Blockman and Sam and Ben Gordon all of Memphis, Tenn. Active are: Hyman Goldberg, Ike Bryan, Sol Stern, Leonard Rosenbloom, Theodore Orloff, Harry Gordon, Phillip Berlin, and Abe Zager. Interment KKAI Cemetery. Marshall-Donnelly-Combs.