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  • Name EINZBERG Abram 
    Born 10 Jun 1884  Zbojna, Lomza, Poland Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    Gender Unknown 
    Person ID I4827  Zherdin family Tree
    Last Modified 27 Aug 2013 

    Father EINZBERG Mejer Abramowicz,   b. C. 1857, Morgowniki, Poland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Mother KIKMAN Leja Feyga Herszkowna,   b. 15 Jul 1847, Zbojna, Łomża, Poland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Married 19 Aug 1868  Nowogrod, Łomża, Poland Find all individuals with events at this location  [2
    Notes 
    • LEJA FEYGA MARRIED MEJER 18 AUGUST 1868.

      BASIA AND ABRAMS'S BIRTH CERTIFICATES SHOWS THERE MOTHER AS LEJA FEYGA IN HER 35 YEARS OLD

      THE BIRTH CERTIFICATE FOR FYSZK AND PINCHES BOTH SHOW THE MOTHER AS PERLA ITKA NEE KIKMAN AGE 42 AND 45 YEARS.

      I CAN FIND NO OTHER RECORD FOR PERLA NOR A DEATH CERTIFICATE FOR LEJA FEYGA.

      CHAJA GITLA, BORN BETWEEN FYSZK AND PINCHES, SHOWS HER MOTHER AS ITA GERSZKOWNA AGE 37 YEARS.

      AT THE PRESENT TIME I HAVE LEFT LEJA FEYGA AS THE ONLY MOTHER WHILE I TRY TO RESOLVE THE FACTS.
    Documents
    Kikman family KL 3904
    Kikman family KL 3904
    Leja Fajga KIKMAN and Mejer EINZBERG marriage certificate 19 August 1868.
    English translation.
    Family ID F806  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Documents
    Kikman family EA 4827
    Kikman family EA 4827
    Abram EINZBERG birth certificate 17 June 1884 English translation.

  • Sources 
    1. [S2] Birth certificate, Registration district Nowogrod record bno. B57/1884 Zbojna, 17 Jun 1884.
      It happened in the settlement of Nowogrod on 5th (17th) June 5th 1884, at 11 a.m.

      It appeared in person the Jew Mejer EINSBERG, trader, 35 years old, resident of the village Zbojna, accompanied by the witnesses, the Jews Izrael IGLEWICZ, painter, age 56, and Dawid CHMIELEWSKI, inn-keeper, age 43, both also residing in the settlement Nowogrod, and showed us a child of a the male gender announcing that he had been born in the village Zbojna on 29 May (10th June), this year, at 10 a.m. of his lawful wife Leja Fajga nee KIKMAN, 35 years old. During the circumcision this child was given the name Abram.

      Then this document was read aloud to the client and the witnesses and signed by us only. The client and the witnesses declared that they were illiterate.

      Clerk of the civil administration?

      This document was obtained and translated by Andrzej Seler July 2013

    2. [S3] Marriage Certificate, Nowogrod Registry M7/1868 Zbojna (Reliability: 2).
      It happened in the town of Nowogrod on 19th August 1868 at 4 pm.
      He appeared, the Jew, Herszek PELTROWICZ, the Rabbi of the Nowogrod Jewish Community, accompanied by the witnesses, the Jews, Joszko Jankielowicz ROZENBAUM,shamus, age 64, and Kuszel Lejbowicz CHMIELEWISKI,worker, age 59, both residents of the town of Nowogrod, and announced that on that day in front of him a religious marriage has been concluded between Mejer Abramowicz EJZENBERG, bachelor, 19 years old, born in the village of Morgowniki, son of Abram Jankielowicz, a peddler (or a dyer) and Leja Mejerowna married EINBERG, and Leja Fejga Herszkowna KIKMAN, maiden, 19 years, born in the village of Zbojna, as a daughter of Herszko Szmulowicz KAUFMAN, tailor, and Jenta Szolimowna, married KAUFMAN. (query from her birth matrimonial - see note below)
      The marriage was preceeded by three announcements published in the Synagogue of Nowogrod during the services on Shabbas days in 1st, 8th, 15th June this year to all the people gathered for payers. The verbal permission for the marriage was given by both parents of the newly-weds, who attended the ceromony. No rereservations towards the marriage were registered.
      The newly weds declared that no marriage agreement had been concluded.
      Then the document, upon being read aloud to the clients, was signed by the Rabbi and the witnesses. The newly weds declared that they were illiterate.
      Illiterate, in this context, meant that they could not sign their names in cyrillic script. The witness Kuszel was a witness at Chiam Ber KIKMAN and Syma KIKMAN's birth registrations, both in 1879 and declared at than time that he was illiterate.

      Translated by Andrzej SELER July 2009 and September 2009.

      I his September 2009 translation Andrzej states that Leja used her maiden name because she had not registered her marriage. Later after the marriage is registered the child's surname could be changed to the father's name.


  

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