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251 Ship, the Hellig Olav, left Copenhagen on August 24, 1904 and arrived in New York on September 6. She travelled with her husband and their three youngest daughers to attend daughter Lena's wedding.
 
GORDON, Fredricka (Feige) (I95)
 
252 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. PASOWSKY (PASS), Solomon (I3008)
 
253 Some family genealogies on the internet have her born in 1627. PALMER, Elizabeth (I3386)
 
254 Some family genealogies say he was born in Cockfield, Durhamshire, England.
 
AYER, Robert (I3385)
 
255 Some sources give her birth year as 1529. TOURNEY, Jane (Joan) (I3394)
 
256 Some sources give her date of death as 15 July 1686 (those with her maiden name listed as Evered). Hannah (I3390)
 
257 Some sources give the date as 1592. AYER, John "The Immigrant" (I3389)
 
258 Sophie listed her occupation as "saleslady" in the 1920 census.
 
PERLMAN, Sophie (Zesa) (I578)
 
259 Source of her maiden name was daughter Golda's death certificate. ROSENBAUM, Rachel (I2203)
 
260 SS Finland STARZYNSKI (STARENSKY), Fajwel (I2973)
 
261 SS Kroonland ZWILLICH, Benny (Berel) (I2988)
 
262 SS Vaderland STARZYNSKI (STARENSKY), Solomon (Szlama Peretz) (I2972)
 
263 SS Vaderland STARENSKY, Samuel (Schaje) (I2980)
 
264 SS Vaderland STARENSKY, Anna (Nache) (I2979)
 
265 SS Vaderland STARENSKY, Pauline (Priwe) (I2981)
 
266 SS Vaderland FRAITAG, Rose (Rachel) (I2975)
 
267 SS Zeeland STARZYNSKI (STARENSKY), Berisch (I2974)
 
268 SSDI (Social Security Death Index) accessed through search function on RootsWeb.com Repository (REPO17)
 
269 SSDI (Social Security Death Index) accessed through search function on RootsWeb.com Source (S034)
 
270 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. FINKELSTEIN, Stephen (I738)
 
271 Struck by a drunk driver. POLLACK, Joel Stephen (I2403)
 
272 The 1930 US Federal Census (when they were 50 and 40 years old) says that they were 27 and 18 years old when they were married. Family F14508
 
273 The Belchatow Book of Residents notes that he left temporarily for Lodz in 26 June 1928. PRZYBYLSKI, Sucher (Tzujer) (I2885)
 
274 The Belchatow Book of Residents notes that he lost his Polish citizenship in 1930. This was probably when he emigrated to Bessarabia. PRZYBYLSKI, Yitzhak (Icek) (I2888)
 
275 This Archive includes the archives for Minsk Mazowiecki and Wegrow (which includes records for Czerwonka). Repository (REPO10)
 
276 This date is listed on Phil's Social Security application (?date) and his naturalization papers (1950) and is consistent with his age on 1910 and 1920 U.S. census and 1915 NYC census. However, he listed his birthdate as 7 AUG 1900 on his US Draft Registration in 1918. LEIBOWITZ, Phillip (Feiwel) (I811)
 
277 twin of Abram Jakub URBACH, Tamara (Tema) (I260)
 
278 twin of Tema URBACH, Abram Jakub (I258)
 
279 Unsure of last name; listed differently in different sources. RAPPAPORT or BLUMSTEIN, Chira (I102)
 
280 was a widower
 
PRZYBYLSKI, Lajbus (I1107)
 
281 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. PERLMAN, Albert (I642)
 
282 We are not sure if Yitzhak Yosef was actually Yecheskal Seibel's son or not. As of now, we have no documentation to prove it. However, his son, Hersch Melech (Herman) Seibel, married a very close cousin ("German cousin" according to her nephew, Bernardo Seibel), Lena Seibel. If Yecheskal was actually the father, then they would have been first cousins once removed. If instead his father was a brother of Yecheskal, then they would have been second cousins once removed, not "very close." SEIBEL, Yitzhak Yosef (Isaac) (I1278)
 
283 We are not sure if Yitzhak Yosef was actually Yecheskal Seibel's son or not. As of now, we have no documentation to prove it. However, his son, Hersch Melech (Herman) Seibel, married a very close cousin, Lena Seibel (a "German cousin" according to her nephew, Bernardo Seibel). If Yecheskal was actually Yitzhak Yosef's father, then they would have been first cousins once removed. If instead Yecheskal was his uncle (i.e., his father was Yecheskal's brother), then they would have been second cousins once removed, not "very close." Family F2225
 
284 When Jack was very sick as a child with a deadly blood disease, his mother, Rose Miller, symbolically “sold” him to Fredricka Perlman, because the Perlmans were a robust and healthy family, to avoid the "evil eye" and to fool the Angel of Death (as was done in the Old Country). [Source: family lore, oral tradition] GILBERT, Jacob H. (Jack) (I2225)
 
285 When she died in 1944 her age was listed as 78.
 
GORDON, Nettie (Anete) (I564)
 
286 widow
 
PRZYBYLSKI, Nysla (I2308)
 
287 Workmen's Circle Area KOVITZ, Eva (I129)
 
288 Workmen's Circle Organization, Block 10, Section 8, Line 4, grave 25
 
BILSKY, Sam (I1244)
 
289 Workmen's Circle Organization, Block 10, Section C, Line 14, Grave 18 BILSKY, Philip (I1243)
 
290 Workmen's Circle Organization, Block 19, Section Q, Line 4, Grave 10 UNKNOWN, Pearl (I1948)
 
291 Yad Vashem Page of Testimony says that he died in 1939, was a weaver, and was in Belchatow during the war. PIASKOWSKI, Cudek (I2965)
 
292 [Website for the Polish State Archives (English version) Repository (REPO13)
 
293 [See Latvian State Historical Archives on JewishGen for further information; or see the State Archives of Latvia site in Latvia.] Repository (REPO1)
 

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