Nine Generations

Bertha Feinberg

F, #3281, Deceased, b. 2 June 1906, d. 25 December 1949




Parents

FatherJacob Feinberg (1877-1941)
MotherLena Levine (1879-abt 1951)


Family: George Rothbart (-1957)

DaughterFrancine Rothbart




Biography

Birth2 June 1906Bertha Feinberg was born on 2 June 1906 in Manhattan, New York.1
Child23 April 1910Bertha, Leo and Milton, as Jacob Feinberg and Lena Levine's children, lived with them at 374 East Sixth Street in New York on 23 April 1910. two houses down from Jacob and Gussie Levine2
Bx_child_resident15 January 1920Bertha, Leo and Milton, as Jacob Feinberg and Lena Levine's children, lived with them at 1053 Bryant Avenue in the Bronx on 15 January 1920.3
NameShe was also known as Bertha Rothbart.4
MarriageGeorge Rothbart and she were married.4
Death25 December 1949She died on 25 December 1949 at age 43 in New York, New York. she died when her daughter Francine was three weeks old.4,5
Burialabout 26 December 1949She was buried about 26 December 1949 at Mt. Hebron Cemetery in Flushing. location 116-11-3/4 LOT 339-55
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Citations

  1. New York City Online Birth Index, Cert #27598
  2. 1910 Federal Census, Place: Manhattan Ward 17, New York, New York; Roll: T624_1032; Page: 18A; Enumeration District: 0907; FHL microfilm: 1375045.
  3. 1920 Federal Census, Place: Bronx Assembly District 5, Bronx, New York; Roll: T625_1137; Page: 38A; Enumeration District: 283; Image: 737
  4. E-mail message, Rachel Kovacs to RCJ, 21 August 2014
  5. Find A Grave database, Memorial# 78052784

Milton Feinberg

M, #3282, Deceased, b. 23 April 1909, d. 9 August 1983




Parents

FatherJacob Feinberg (1877-1941)
MotherLena Levine (1879-abt 1951)






Biography

Birth23 April 1909Milton Feinberg was born on 23 April 1909 in New York, New York.1
Child23 April 1910Milton, Leo and Bertha, as Jacob Feinberg and Lena Levine's children, lived with them at 374 East Sixth Street in New York on 23 April 1910. two houses down from Jacob and Gussie Levine2
Bx_child_resident15 January 1920Milton, Leo and Bertha, as Jacob Feinberg and Lena Levine's children, lived with them at 1053 Bryant Avenue in the Bronx on 15 January 1920.3
Militaryabout 1943He served in the Army during World War II about 1943. served in World War II1
Occupation1983In 1983 Milton Feinberg was a Formal clothing store proprietor.1
Death9 August 1983He died of cardiovascular disease on 9 August 1983 at age 74 at Rutland Regional Medical Center in Rutland, Vermont. -heart attack1
Burial11 August 1983He was buried on 11 August 1983 at Beth David Cemetery in Elmont.1
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Citations

  1. Death Certificate, Cert. #02751, Vermont Death Records, 1909-2003. Vermont State Archives and Records Administration, Montpelier, Vermont.
  2. 1910 Federal Census, Place: Manhattan Ward 17, New York, New York; Roll: T624_1032; Page: 18A; Enumeration District: 0907; FHL microfilm: 1375045.
  3. 1920 Federal Census, Place: Bronx Assembly District 5, Bronx, New York; Roll: T625_1137; Page: 38A; Enumeration District: 283; Image: 737

Sylvia Panesh

F, #3283, Living






Family: Milton Feinberg (1909-1983)





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Betty Siegal

F, #3284, Deceased, b. 1907






Family: Abraham Levine (1898-1965)

SonRichard J. Levine (1939-2011)




Biography

Birth1907Betty Siegal was born in 1907 in Massachusetts.1,2
Residence1935She lived in Pittsfield in 1935.2
Marriage30 June 1935Abraham Levine and she were married on 30 June 1935 in Brooklyn.1,3
NameShe was also known as Betty Levine.1
Residence (fam)3 April 1940Abraham Levine and she lived at 2865 University Avenue in the Bronx on 3 April 1940.2
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Citations

  1. E-mail message, Rachel Kovacs to RCJ, 2 September 2013
  2. 1940 Federal Census, Place: New York, Bronx, New York; Roll: T627_2493; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 3-1311.
  3. New York City Grooms Index, Cert. #11406

Richard J. Levine

Richard J. Levine, M.D., M.PH.
M, #3285, Deceased, b. 12 November 1939, d. 14 April 2011




Parents

FatherAbraham Levine (1898-1965)
MotherBetty Siegal (1907-)






Biography

OccupationRichard J. Levine was a physician; NIH researcher on preeclampsia.1
Birth12 November 1939Richard J. Levine was born on 12 November 1939.2,3
Bx_child_resident3 April 1940Richard, as Abraham Levine and Betty Siegal's child, lived with them at 2865 University Avenue in the Bronx on 3 April 1940.4
Death14 April 2011He died on 14 April 2011 at age 71 in Washington, D. C. lymphoma2,1,3
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Citations

  1. Online Record:
  2. E-mail message, Rachel Kovacs to RCJ, 2 September 2013
  3. Social Security Death Index, Richard J. Levine
  4. 1940 Federal Census, Place: New York, Bronx, New York; Roll: T627_2493; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 3-1311.

Rachel Sharon Glasser

F, #3292, Living




Parents

FatherPaul Glasser (1923-2008)
MotherSusan Nelson (1924-2009)






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Claudia Jane Glasser

F, #3293, Living




Parents

FatherPaul Glasser (1923-2008)
MotherSusan Nelson (1924-2009)






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Peggy Elizabeth Glasser

F, #3294, Living




Parents

FatherPaul Glasser (1923-2008)
MotherSusan Nelson (1924-2009)






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Yitzhak Bassevitch

M, #3295, Deceased, b. 1825




Parents

FatherSokhor Bassevitch (1798-1850)
MotherMrs. Keylya [Bassevitch] (ca. 1797-)


Family: Mrs. Esther [Bassevitch] (1824-)

DaughterMalka Bassevitch (1843-)
DaughterChaya Bassevitch (1848-)
SonSokhor Bassevitch + (ca. 1861-)
SonMovsha Bassevitch (1864-)
SonJulius Bassevitch + (1869-1951)




Biography

MarriageYitzhak Bassevitch and Mrs. Esther [Bassevitch] were married.
Birth1825Yitzhak Bassevitch was born in 1825.1
Name-Other spellingHe sometimes spelled his name Aizik Bassevitch.2
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Citations

  1. Group, "Genealogical Research on Basevich Family from Pinsk-Karolin", 5
  2. Group, "Genealogical Research on Basevich Family from Pinsk-Karolin", 4

Mrs. Esther [Bassevitch]

F, #3296, Deceased, b. 1824






Family: Yitzhak Bassevitch (1825-)

DaughterMalka Bassevitch (1843-)
DaughterChaya Bassevitch (1848-)
SonSokhor Bassevitch + (ca. 1861-)
SonMovsha Bassevitch (1864-)
SonJulius Bassevitch + (1869-1951)




Biography

MarriageYitzhak Bassevitch and Mrs. Esther [Bassevitch] were married.
Birth1824Esther [Bassevitch] was born in 1824 in Pinsk, Belarus.1
Name-MarriedHer married name was Esther Bassevitch.
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Citations

  1. Group, "Genealogical Research on Basevich Family from Pinsk-Karolin", 4

Sokhor Bassevitch

M, #3297, Deceased, b. circa 1861




Parents

FatherYitzhak Bassevitch (1825-)
MotherMrs. Esther [Bassevitch] (1824-)


Family: Mrs. Ilire [Bassevitch] (1873-)

DaughterChaie Bassevitch (1893-)
DaughterChove Bassevitch (1896-)




Biography

Birthcirca 1861Sokhor Bassevitch was born circa 1861 in Pinsk, Belarus.1
Name-birthHis birth name was Issachar Bassevitch.2
MarriageHe and Mrs. Ilire [Bassevitch] were married.1
Arrest1897Socher, son of Aizik Basevich, was arrested and exiled to Siberia for a term. The reason for his arrest is unknown, but it is known that his wife Leah, daughter of Kopel, followed him.3
Occupation1907In 1907 Sokhor Bassevitch was a bookbinder in Pinsk.1
Immigration (fam)21 May 1907He and Mrs. Ilire [Bassevitch] immigrated on 21 May 1907 to New York at Ellis Island. They arrived aboard the S.S. Nieuw Amsterdam which had sailed from Rotterdam on May 11. "J. Glotzer, Hartford" is listed as Socher's brother on the manifest.1
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Citations

  1. Passenger Manifest, S.S. Nieuw Amsterdam, arr NYC May 21 1907 from Rotterdam
  2. Telephone Interview, Rachel Kovacs & RCJ, 10/27/2013
  3. E-mail message, Yuri Dorn to RCJ, 5 August 2016

Mrs. Ilire [Bassevitch]

F, #3298, Deceased, b. 1873




Parents



Family: Sokhor Bassevitch (ca. 1861-)

DaughterChaie Bassevitch (1893-)
DaughterChove Bassevitch (1896-)




Biography

Birth1873Ilire [Bassevitch] was born in 1873 in Kutnya, Belarus.1
MarriageSokhor Bassevitch and she were married.1
NameShe was also known as Ilire Bassevitch.1
NameShe was also known as Leah Bassevitch.2
Witness1897She witnessed the New Tag of Sokhor Bassevitch in 1897 in Pinsk, Belarus. Socher, son of Aizik Basevich, was arrested and exiled to Siberia for a term. The reason for his arrest is unknown, but it is known that his wife Leah, daughter of Kopel, followed him.2
Immigration (fam)21 May 1907Sokhor Bassevitch and she immigrated on 21 May 1907 to New York at Ellis Island. They arrived aboard the S.S. Nieuw Amsterdam which had sailed from Rotterdam on May 11. "J. Glotzer, Hartford" is listed as Socher's brother on the manifest.1
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Citations

  1. Passenger Manifest, S.S. Nieuw Amsterdam, arr NYC May 21 1907 from Rotterdam
  2. E-mail message, Yuri Dorn to RCJ, 5 August 2016

Chaie Bassevitch

F, #3299, Deceased, b. 1893




Parents

FatherSokhor Bassevitch (ca. 1861-)
MotherMrs. Ilire [Bassevitch] (1873-)






Biography

Birth1893Chaie Bassevitch was born in 1893 in Pinsk, Belarus.1
Child21 May 1907She immigrated with Sokhor Bassevitch and Mrs. Ilire [Bassevitch] on 21 May 1907 to New York. They arrived aboard the S.S. Nieuw Amsterdam which had sailed from Rotterdam on May 11. "J. Glotzer, Hartford" is listed as Socher's brother on the manifest.1
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Citations

  1. Passenger Manifest, S.S. Nieuw Amsterdam, arr NYC May 21 1907 from Rotterdam

Chove Bassevitch

F, #3300, Deceased, b. 1896




Parents

FatherSokhor Bassevitch (ca. 1861-)
MotherMrs. Ilire [Bassevitch] (1873-)






Biography

Birth1896Chove Bassevitch was born in 1896 in Pinsk, Belarus.1
Child21 May 1907She immigrated with Sokhor Bassevitch and Mrs. Ilire [Bassevitch] on 21 May 1907 to New York. They arrived aboard the S.S. Nieuw Amsterdam which had sailed from Rotterdam on May 11. "J. Glotzer, Hartford" is listed as Socher's brother on the manifest.1
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Citations

  1. Passenger Manifest, S.S. Nieuw Amsterdam, arr NYC May 21 1907 from Rotterdam