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[Annie.FTW]

Joel and Diana were the second couple married under the new Chuppah at the Temple in West Lafayette, Indiana. The artist who designed the Chuppah attended the wedding. The weding was officiated by Burton E. Levinson, which was his last family wedding to officiate.


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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: Jun 12, 1997, Internal Ref. #1.111.4.129778.176]

Individual: Kottler, Madeline
Birth date: Apr 27, 1895
Death date: Apr 1973
Social Security #: 148-07-9489
Last residence: NY 11020
State of issue: NJ


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Julian and Dorothy had two children, names unknown.


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Sylvia and Herbert had three children, names unknown.

[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: Jun 10, 1997, Internal Ref. #1.111.4.42812.106]

Individual: Chessin, Sylvia
Birth date: Jan 21, 1922
Death date: Feb 1979
Social Security #: 136-14-2261
State of issue: NJ
Zip of last payment: 11040


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From "Dictionary of Jewish Surnames from the Russian Empire":

Rambam (Vilna, Sventsyany, Dvinsk) {Raumbam, Rombam, Rombom} Abbr: Rabij Moysheh Ben Majmoyn [Hebrew] Rabbi Moses, the son of Maimon, also
called Maimonides (1135-1204), philosopher and rabbinic authority. For Maimonides' famous digest of Talmudic laws the abbreviation RMBM also is used.


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According to 1910 US Census, address was: 317 Xenia St., Dayton, OH.


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Written by Sylvia Levinson in response to a letter from Belarus, 1922:

That was a year or so before we brought Uncle Hassel, Aunt Freeda, Harry and Ann to Dayton from Moscow. I don't think that was their original home, but they went there when things got very bad, and they hoped to be able to come to this country. It's hard to realize all the hardship that people (our family, included) endured in Russia. Of course that's why they were so anxious to leave
what had once been a good life. I remember I was in third or fourth grade when they came. They had to start in 1st grade, even though they were quite a few years beyond that, but that was the way they were
supposed to learn English. I remember when my teacher gave me the honor of going down to the grade below, and bringing them up to my class. I think they stayed about three weeks, and then I took them to the next grade When they reached their normal grade, they stayed and went on normally from there. Ah, memories

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According to Petition for Naturalization, Samuel came to the USA on the Ship "Barbarossa", leaving Bremen, Germany July 2, 1905, and arriving in the USA at the Port of NY July 14, 1905. According to sources, this ship was part of the Hamburg-America Line. His witnesses for his petition were Benjamin Duberstein of 337 Wyoming St., and Sam Blasberg, of 14 Tecumsel St., both of Dayton, OH.[Annie.FTW]

According to Petition for Naturalization, Samuel came to the U.S. on the ship "Barbarossa," leaving Bremen, Germany July 2, 1905, and ariving in the U.S. at the Port of NY on July 14, 1905. The ship was part of the Hamburg-America Line. His witnesses for his petition were Benjamin Duberstein of 337 Wyoming Street (Dayton, Ohio), and Sam Blasberg, of 14 Tecumsel Street (Dayton, Ohio).


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[Brøderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 2, Ed. 4, Social Security Death Index: U.S., Social Security Death Index, Surnames from M through Z, Date of Import: Jun 11, 1997, Internal Ref. #1.112.4.85464.95]

Individual: Stone, Ann
Birth date: Dec 29, 1906
Death date: Jan 15, 1992
Social Security #: 273-24-3149
State of issue: OH