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KIKMAN OR KAUFMAN Pinchus

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  • Name KIKMAN OR KAUFMAN Pinchus 
    Gender Male 
    Person ID I3618  Zherdin family Tree | Kikman/Kaufman branch
    Last Modified 2 Feb 2008 

    Father KIKMAN Herzka Szlamowicz,   b. c.1820, probably Łomża Gubernia, Poland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 31 Aug 1904, probably Łomża Gubernia, Poland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 84 years) 
    Mother KELER Sara-Mariem,   b. 1854, Wyk, Łomża, Poland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. c. 1940  (Age 86 years) 
    Married 8 Apr 1877  Nowogrod, Poland Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    Photos
    Kikman family KH 2302
    Kikman family KH 2302
    Herszka KIKMAN with Sara Mariem KELER and three children c. 1892.
    The tall girl is probably Touba .
    The boy is probably David.
    The girl is probably Fruma.
    Documents
    Kikman family KH 2302
    Kikman family KH 2302
    Herzka KIKMAN and Sara Mariem KELER marriage certificate 8 April 1877
    Kikman family KH 2302
    Kikman family KH 2302
    Herzka KIKMAN and Sara Mariem KELER marriage certificate English translation
    Family ID F185  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Notes 
    • Abram-Solomon at his interview with the United Synagogue before his marriage to Sarah FOX stated that he had two brothers Pinchas and Henoch but that they would not be attending the marriage.

    • Pinchus has the surname KAUFMAN on Elliot PONCHICK's notes dated March 1989 and ws referred to as Pinchus KAUFMAN by Pauline PONCHICK on 18 July 2003

  • Sources 
    1. [S3] Marriage Certificate, Registration district Nowogrod Akt M9 year 1877 (Reliability: 2), 27 May / 8 June 1877.
      It happened in village of Nowogrod on 27th May / 8th June 1877 at 10 a.m.
      He appeared the Jew Dawid Ber SZCZAWINOWICZ, member of the Jewish community of Nowogrod (kahal), accompanied by the witnesses, the Jews Kuszel CHMIELEWSKI, worker, age 70, and Lejba KON, shamus, age 69, both residents of the village Nowogrod, and announced that yesterday in fron of him a religious marriage had been concluded between Herszk Szlomowicz KKIKMAN, 53 years old, widower of Enta Szolimowicz KIKMAN, worker, son of the deceased parents, Szloma and Itka Pinkasowna married KIKMAN, and Sora Mariem KELLER, maiden, born and still living in the village Wyk, daughter of Jankiel and already deceased Ena married KELLER, workers, 25 years old, living together with her father.
      The marriage had been preceeded by three announcements published in the local synagogue on 7th, 14th and 21st May this year. The newy-weds announced that they had concluded no marriage agreement.
      Then this document upon being read aloud, was signed by us, the clients and the witnesses. The other persons declared that they were illiterate.
      (various signatures)

      N.B. In this situation "illiterate" could mean that they could not read and write Russian. They could be litterate in Yiddish and Hebrew.

      Translation by Andrzej Selerowicz February 2009


  

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