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51 according to the 1930 census [Bilsky], Dora (I999)
 
52 According to the 1930 census and his son, Sholem, Louis was born in October 1882, but the SSDI indicates that he himself said he was born on October 31, 1885 (at least when he applied for Social Security). LEIBOWITZ, Louis (Herschel Layb) (I865)
 
53 According to the Latvian records, Lazer's mother's name was Perre. On
his death certificate, however, his mother's name is listed as
Rebecca. 
UNKNOWN, Perre (I746)
 
54 According to the Latvian State Archives, the "Courland Tax Administration" notes that in 1891 he lived in Libau at Beregovaya Street in the house of Zeltaborn.

He actually left from Copenhagen, Denmark, with his wife and three youngest daughters to attend Lena's wedding. We do not know how they got to Copenhagen from Libau, Latvia. He came to America on the S.S. Hellig Olav, which left Copenhagen on August 24, 1904 and arrived in New York on September 6.

He worked as a tailor in Latvia and in New York. 
PERLMAN, Lazar Bentzion (I94)
 
55 According to the SSDI, Sam listed his birthdate as May 10, 1906 on his social security application. His gravestone, however, lists his birthdate as May 10, 1907. SCHANCUPP, Sam (I1729)
 
56 According to their grand-daughter, Grace Gilbert Munoz: "Isidore and Rose owned a liquor store. But it was in Rose's name, as was the liquor license. This is because Isidore had a “minor” criminal conviction for bootlegging. They would make whiskey in the bathtub, put it in bottles in the stroller, and put baby Jack in the stroller, then deliver the bottles. Of course the joke is that Uncle Jack was raised on liquor!" Family F11538
 
57 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. BILSKY, Rita (I1005)
 
58 Age listed as 31 on passenger manifest in August 1909 (DOB abt 1878), but was listed as 27 in 1910 census and 37 in 1920 census (DOB abt 1883). MECHANIK, Annie (Hinde) (I2725)
 
59 Age listed as 35 in 1910 census and 44 in 1920 census (3 Jan 1920). RAPAPORT, Kalman (I2726)
 
60 Age listed as 47 in 1871 Recruits Enlistment Register. PERELMANN, Lewin (I900)
 
61 Age listed as 9 in January 1920 census. RAPAPORT, Isadore (I3120)
 
62 Age on death certificate listed as 75. Really she was most likely 83 (although headstone says 88). GORDON, Fredricka (Feige) (I95)
 
63 Al was born as Abraham Pearlman, but used the name "Al" throughout his life. PEARLMAN, Al (Abraham) (I610)
 
64 Although Joseph always celebrated (and recorded) his birthdate as April 27, his birth record in the Polish State Archives for Nadbrzezie (in the Sandomierz archives) indicates that he was actually born on May 21, 1897 and had his bris on May 28. SEIBEL, Joseph Samuel (I1641)
 
65 Although known as Gedalia, his name in the U.S. on the censuses and other documents was Gustave. PRZYBYLSKI (BILSKY), Gedalia (Gustave) (I167)
 
66 Anna's maiden name was apparently mis-transcribed as "Gurswitz" in the online index of New York City marriages. GAROWITZ, Anna R. (I405)
 
67 Arrived on SS Campania, which left Liverpool, England on 31 July 1909. He travelled with his mother and two brothers. Last place of residence was listed as Starobin, Russia (now Belarus).
 
LIEBOWITZ, Louis (Leiser) (I828)
 
68 Ashes "buried" in Lake Tahoe. KAMLER, Zelda Helene (I2073)
 
69 Belchatower Family Benevolent Society area, Block A UNGER, Harry (I1079)
 
70 Benjamin owned a tailor/dry cleaning shop on 48 St., Union City (Hudson County), NJ

 
PERLMAN, Benjamin (I573)
 
71 Bernardo emigrated to Brazil with his father in 1925, when he was 14 years old. SEIBEL, Bernardo (I1780)
 
72 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. BLANK, Nell Patricia (I3022)
 
73 Betty listed her occupation as "tailor" on the ship manifest and as a "draper" in the 1920 census.
 
PERLMAN, Betty (Rebecca) (I576)
 
74 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F2143
 
75 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ARONSON, Morgan Gale (I1579)
 
76 Born Joseph Freiman FREEMAN, Jules (I40)
 
77 Came from Constantinople, Turkey on the S.S. Byron with his brother "Moiche" [sic] (Murray). KESSELMAN (KIZELMAN), Charles (Betzalel) (I3465)
 
78 Came from Constantinople, Turkey on the S.S. Byron with his brother Betzalel (Charles). KESSELMAN (KIZZELMAN), Murray (Moishe) (I3533)
 
79 Came to America on the SS Hellig Olav, which left Copenhagen on August 24, 1904 and arrived in New York on September 6. She travelled with her parents and her two sisters to attend sister Lena's wedding.
 
PERLMAN, Theckla (Tauba Ita) (I577)
 
80 Came to America on the SS Hellig Olav, which left Copenhagen on August 24, 1904 and arrived in New York on September 6. She travelled with her parents and her two sisters to attend sister Lena's wedding.
 
PERLMAN, Sophie (Zesa) (I578)
 
81 Came to America on the SS Hellig Olav, which left Copenhagen on August 24, 1904 and arrived in New York on September 6. She travelled with her parents and her two sisters to attend sister Lena's wedding.
 
PERLMAN, Betty (Rebecca) (I576)
 
82 Came to America on the SS Hellig Olav, which left Copenhagen on August 24, 1904 and arrived in New York on September 6. She travelled with her parents and her two sisters to attend sister Lena's wedding. PERLMAN, Theckla (Tauba Ita) (I577)
 
83 Came to America on the SS Hellig Olav, which left Copenhagen on August 24, 1904 and arrived in New York on September 6. She travelled with her parents and her two sisters to attend sister Lena's wedding. PERLMAN, Betty (Rebecca) (I576)
 
84 Came to Ellis Island on April 19, 1905 (on the S.S. Noordam, which sailed from Rotterdam on April 8, 1905) to stay with his father and mother.
 
PERLMAN, Bernard (Baruch) (I572)
 
85 Came to the US on the SS Rotterdam, which left Rotterdam on August 11, 1898 and arrived in New York on August 18. The ship manifest says that he was a 28-year-old unmarried tailor who paid for his passage himself and was coming to New York to live with his brother, S. Perlmann (Shaye/Charles?) at 165 E. 102nd St., NY.
 
PERLMAN, Benjamin (I573)
 
86 Came to US in 1899
Merchant Tailor: 104 S. Spring St., Los Angeles, CA
Residence: 326 S. Hill St., Los Angeles, Ca 
GORDON, Bernard (Boruch) (I2015)
 
87 Came to US in 1899: Ben Gordon, Prop., Royal Bakery Restaurant , 118 S. Spring Street, Los Angeles, CA; no children GORDON, Ben (I2019)
 
88 Certificate # 579197, Petition volume 31, number 6111
He was living at 65 Peshine Avenue, Newark, NJ

 
SEIBEL, Hersch Melech (Herman) (I1380)
 
89 Changed his name from Goldstein back to the (allegedly) original Ness. NESS, Jerry (I1157)
 
90 Changed his surname to "Andurer" after he came to America. AMDURER, Harris (I90)
 
91 Changed surname from Kronenberg to Kronen in 1933. Eventually became a Canadian citizen. KRONENBERG (KRONEN), Nathan (I2742)
 
92 Chaskel came to the US again on May 8, 1912 with his son Moritz, 11 (?) years old, who he claimed was born in the U.S. He lists that he had been in the US 1889/90.
 
SEIBEL, Chaskel (I1740)
 
93 convicted 3x

ID Berlin Embassy 1925

Lodz Court 1904 convicted to 1.5 years in prison
Lodz Court 1905, convicted to 3 months prison
Lodz Court 1909, convicted to 5 months prison months prison

(From Book of Residents Belchatow) 
PRZYBYLSKI, Wolf (I1111)
 
94 Could not leave Poland with his parents in 1935 because of military service. He died in a concentration camp. SEIBEL, Marcos (Motl) (I265)
 
95 Crossed Canadian border into Detroit, Michigan, on July 2, 1931 for permanent residency in USA to live with wife and daughter, who accompanied him, at 1664 Hazelwood Ave, Detroit, Michigan. MINTZ, Izak Jozef (Joe) (I3089)
 
96 Date of circumcision is listed on birth certificate as October 2,
1873. Therefore, birthdate is probably September 25.
 
PERLMAN, Jake (Jeruchem) (I568)
 
97 Dave was born Adolph Jacob Kronish, the fourth of seven children born to Herman Kronish and Rebecca Sohn, but adopted the name David when his family came to the US in 1903. KRONISH, David (I588)
 
98 David's twin brother BILSKY, son (twin brother) (I2836)
 
99 Death Certificate #156-51-11711, Manhattan, NY
 
SEIBEL, Shlomo (Salomon) (I1402)
 
100 Death certificate in November 1904 lists age as 61. Gravestone, erected later, lists age as 60 years. ISAKOFF, Ida (I93)
 

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