Ruth Eschwege1

#12333
Last Edited=9 Nov 2007
     Ruth Eschwege is the daughter of Jacob Eschwege and Fridl Stern.1

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Citations

  1. [S783] Michael Mooney, "Heidenheimer/Bamberger Family Tree Scans," e-mail message from e-mail address (unknown address) to Alex Calzareth, 04 November 2007, Bamberger/Heidenheimer Family Tree. Hereinafter cited as "Heidenheimer/Bamberger E-mail."

Leo Eschwege1

#12334
Last Edited=9 Nov 2007
     Leo Eschwege is the son of Jacob Eschwege and Fridl Stern.1

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Citations

  1. [S783] Michael Mooney, "Heidenheimer/Bamberger Family Tree Scans," e-mail message from e-mail address (unknown address) to Alex Calzareth, 04 November 2007, Bamberger/Heidenheimer Family Tree. Hereinafter cited as "Heidenheimer/Bamberger E-mail."

Samuel Heumann1

#12352, b. 18 July 1885, d. 10 October 1969
Last Edited=25 Apr 2015
     Samuel Heumann was born on 18 July 1885 at Hoffenheim, Baden, Germany.1,2 He married Martha Bär, daughter of Ludwig Bär and Julie Traub.1 Samuel Heumann was a rubber maker.1 He and Martha Bär immigrated on 16 June 1941 to New York, New York, from Buenos Aires, Argentina Samuel was traveling to Fritz Heuman, Samuel's brother. The closest relative in the country from whence they came was an aunt, Elfried Traub who lived in London.1 He died on 10 October 1969 at New York, at age 84.3 He was buried at Cedar Park Cemetery, Paramus, New Jersey.3

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Citations

  1. [S788] Passenger Manifest of the SS Brazil, Passenger Manifest, Heumann Family, 1 Bowling Green, New York, New York, Lines 12 & 13; National Archives for the Northeast District, T715-6553. Hereinafter cited as SS Brazil, 16 June 1941.
  2. [S222] Social Security Death Index, (www.rootsweb.com: Rootsweb), Samuel Heumann, SSN: 127-14-2613. Hereinafter cited as SSDI.
  3. [S55] Samuel Heumann and Martha Heumann née Baer, Gravestone in Cedar Park Cemetery, Cedar Park Cemetery, Paramus, New Jersey; Photograph by Alex Calzareth.

Sali Hochstaedter1

#12353, b. 20 January 1892, d. 22 January 1943
Last Edited=27 Nov 2017
     Sali Hochstaedter was born on 20 January 1892 at Lampertheim, Bergstraße, Hessen, Germany.1,2 He married Gertrud Margaretha Bär, daughter of Ludwig Bär and Julie Traub.1 Sali Hochstaedter was a sales representative.1 He lived before October 1938 at Mannheim, Baden, Germany.1 He immigrated on 15 October 1938 to New York, New York, from Rotterdam, Netherlands.1 He registered during the Fourth Draft Registration of World War II on 25 April 1942 at New York, New York. He was residing at 549 W. 163rd St., New York, NY and his mailing address was the same. His telephone number was "none". His date and place of birth were January 20, 1892 in Lampertheim, Germany. The name and address of "Person who will always know your address" were Mrs. Gertrude M. Hochstadter. He was employed by S.M. Frank & Inc. at 8410-101 M. N. Richmond Hill, NY.2 He died on 22 January 1943 at New York, New York, at age 51.3,4 He was buried on 24 January 1943 at Cedar Park Cemetery, Paramus, New Jersey.3

Child of Sali Hochstaedter and Gertrud Margaretha Bär


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Citations

  1. [S789] Passenger Manifest of the SS Nieuw Amsterdam, Passenger Manifest, Hochstaedter and Löwenstein Families, 1 Bowling Green, New York, New York, Line 19, Sally (Sali) Hochstädter; National Archives for the Northeast District, T715-6235. Hereinafter cited as SS Nieuw Amsterdam, 15 October 1938.
  2. [S790] Fourth Draft Registration of World War II, Individual Card for Registrant, 1 Bowling Green, New York, New York, Salo Hochstadter, Microfilm 2283924; National Archives for the Northeast District, viewed on Ancestry.com. Hereinafter cited as WWII Draft Registration Nr. 4.
  3. [S108] Sallo Hochstaedter, Death Certificate 1955 (Manhattan, 1943), New York City Municipal Archives, 31 Chambers Street, New York, New York. Hereinafter cited as New York City Death Certificate.
  4. [S787] Sally Hochstaedter, Aufbau, New York, 29 January 1943, p. 18.
  5. [S789] SS Nieuw Amsterdam, 15 October 1938, Passenger Manifest, Hochstaedter and Löwenstein Families, 1 Bowling Green, New York, New York, T715-6235, Line 22, Kurt Hochstädter.

Louis Hochstaedter1

#12355, b. 9 April 1931, d. 18 October 1997
Last Edited=11 Nov 2007
Relationship
5th cousin 2 times removed of Alexander Cody Calzareth
Charts
Descendant Chart for the Baer Family of Untergrombach
     Louis Hochstaedter was born on 9 April 1931 at Mannheim, Baden, Germany.2,1 He was the son of Sali Hochstaedter and Gertrud Margaretha Bär.2 Louis Hochstaedter was also known as Kurt L. Hochstaedter.2 He lived before October 1938 at Mannheim, Baden, Germany.2 He immigrated on 15 October 1938 to New York, New York, from Rotterdam, Netherlands.2 He died on 18 October 1997 at Marin County, California, at age 66.1

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Citations

  1. [S270] California Index of Deaths, online http://vitals.rootsweb.com/ca/death, Louis Hochstaedter entry, d. 18 Oct 1997. Hereinafter cited as CA Death Index.
  2. [S789] Passenger Manifest of the SS Nieuw Amsterdam, Passenger Manifest, Hochstaedter and Löwenstein Families, 1 Bowling Green, New York, New York, Line 22, Kurt Hochstädter; National Archives for the Northeast District, T715-6235. Hereinafter cited as SS Nieuw Amsterdam, 15 October 1938.

Rosa Löwenstein1

#12356, b. 2 October 1894, d. 29 July 1984
Last Edited=18 Jun 2009
Relationship
5th cousin 3 times removed of Alexander Cody Calzareth
Charts
Descendant Chart for Hayum Abraham of Grötzingen
     Rosa Löwenstein was born on 2 October 1894 at Wallau, Germany.1,2 She was the daughter of ??? Löwenstein and Rickchen Weingartner.1 Rosa Löwenstein was also known as Rose Jakobi.2 She married (?) Jakobi.1 Rosa Löwenstein lived before October 1938 at Wiesbaden, Germany.1 She immigrated on 15 October 1938 to New York, New York, on the SS Nieuw Amsterdam, which sailed from Rotterdam, Netherlands.1 She died on 29 July 1984 at New York, New York, at age 89.3

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Citations

  1. [S789] Passenger Manifest of the SS Nieuw Amsterdam, Passenger Manifest, Hochstaedter and Löwenstein Families, 1 Bowling Green, New York, New York, Line 30, Rosa Jakobi; National Archives for the Northeast District, T715-6235. Hereinafter cited as SS Nieuw Amsterdam, 15 October 1938.
  2. [S222] Social Security Death Index, (www.rootsweb.com: Rootsweb), Rosa Jakobi, SSN: 061-14-4863. Hereinafter cited as SSDI.
  3. [S787] Rosa Jakobi née Loewenstein Obituary, Aufbau, New York, 03 August 1984.

Leo Alexander1

#12358, b. 13 February 1896
Last Edited=28 Jun 2009
Leo Alexander
     Leo Alexander was born on 13 February 1896 at Hockenheim, Baden, Germany.2 He was the son of Sigmund Alexander and Lina (?)1 Leo Alexander lived on 5 June 1917 at 110 Henry Street, Detroit, Michigan, USA.2 He registered during the Draft Registration of World War I on 5 June 1917 at Detroit, Michigan, USA. The name and address of his nearest relative were not given. He was employed as a clerk at B. Siegel Co located at Woodward & State. The description of the registrant was medium height, slender, dark brown eyes and dark brown eyes.2 He was naturalized in May 1920 at District Court, Detroit, Michigan, USA.3 He married Lillian (?) circa 1925.3,4 Leo Alexander and Lillian (?) lived in August 1928 at 3295 Rochester, Detroit, Michigan, USA.3
     Leo Alexander was listed as the head of household on the 1930 census on 15 April 1930 3220? Rochester, Detroit, Michigan, USA. Also living in the house was his wife, Lillian (?).4

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Citations

  1. [S787] Sigmund Alexander Obituary, Aufbau, New York, 19 January 1945.
  2. [S679] World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917 - 1918, Series M1509; Leo Alexander (Washington, D.C.: NARA), Draft Board 3, Detroit, Michigan, Series M1509, FHL Film 2023750,viewed on Ancestry.com.
  3. [S793] Passenger Manifest of the SS Empress of France, Passenger Manifest, Leo and Lillian Alexander, 1 Bowling Green, New York, New York, List of US Citizens, Tourist Third Class, p. 32, Lines 1 and 2; National Archives for the Northeast District, M1464, Roll 543. Hereinafter cited as SS Empress of France, 3 August 1928.
  4. [S794] Leo Alexander household, 1930 U.S. Census, Wayne Co., Michigan, population schedule, 26 April 1930, Enumeration District (ED) 1086, sheet 20A, National Archives micropublication Series T626, Roll 1046, viewed on Ancestry.com.

Lina (?)1

#12359, b. circa 1870
Last Edited=17 Nov 2007
     Her married name was Alexander. Lina (?) was born circa 1870 at Lehrensteinsfeld, Lkr. Heilbronn, Württemberg, Germany.1 She married Sigmund Alexander.1 Lina (?) and Sigmund Alexander lived before August 1939 at Hockenheim, Baden, Germany.1 Lina (?) and Sigmund Alexander immigrated on 1 August 1939 to New York, New York, from Rotterdam, Holland Lina was traveling to their son, Leo Alexander, 2745 Glendale, Detroit, Michigan.1

Child of Lina (?) and Sigmund Alexander


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Citations

  1. [S792] Passenger Manifest of the SS Statendam, Passenger Manifest, Sigmund and Lina Alexander, 1 Bowling Green, New York, New York, List 4, Lines 13 and 14; National Archives for the Northeast District, T715-6373. Hereinafter cited as SS Statendam, 25 June 1939.

Lillian (?)1

#12360, b. 29 December 1902, d. 12 April 1974
Last Edited=18 Jun 2009
     Lillian (?) was born on 29 December 1902 at Evansville, Indiana.1 She married Leo Alexander, son of Sigmund Alexander and Lina (?), circa 1925.1,2 As of circa 1925,her married name was Alexander. Lillian (?) and Leo Alexander lived in August 1928 at 3295 Rochester, Detroit, Michigan, USA.1 Lillian (?) and Leo Alexander appeared on the census of 15 April 1930 at 3220? Rochester, Detroit, Michigan, USA.2 Lillian (?) married (?) Schwartz.3 Her married name was Schwartz. Lillian (?) died on 12 April 1974 at Los Angeles, California, at age 71 This date of death may not be correct. Lillian's husband, Leo Alexander, appears to have died before 1943. It is plausable that she later married a Schwartz. This record matches her birth date (29 December 1902) and birth place (Indiana). Also, her Social Security card was issued in Michigan.3,4

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Citations

  1. [S793] Passenger Manifest of the SS Empress of France, Passenger Manifest, Leo and Lillian Alexander, 1 Bowling Green, New York, New York, List of US Citizens, Tourist Third Class, p. 32, Lines 1 and 2; National Archives for the Northeast District, M1464, Roll 543. Hereinafter cited as SS Empress of France, 3 August 1928.
  2. [S794] Leo Alexander household, 1930 U.S. Census, Wayne Co., Michigan, population schedule, 26 April 1930, Enumeration District (ED) 1086, sheet 20A, National Archives micropublication Series T626, Roll 1046, viewed on Ancestry.com.
  3. [S270] California Index of Deaths, online http://vitals.rootsweb.com/ca/death, Lillian C Schwartz, d. 12 April 1974, Los Angeles. Hereinafter cited as CA Death Index.
  4. [S222] Social Security Death Index, (www.rootsweb.com: Rootsweb), Lillian Schwartz, SSN: 371-34-5534. Hereinafter cited as SSDI.