Charles I. Prager1

#13201, b. circa 1873, d. 2 May 1905
Last Edited=12 Apr 2015
Relationship
2nd cousin 5 times removed of Alexander Cody Calzareth
Charts
Descendant Chart for the Prager Family of Tairnbach
     Charles I. Prager was born circa 1873 at Tennessee.2 He was the son of Abraham Prager and Caroline Simmons.3 Charles I. Prager was also known as Isaac Prager.3 He appeared on the census of 1 June 1880 at 145 Beale St., Memphis, Tennessee.2 He and Henrietta Prager appeared on the census of 1 June 1900 at 2925 Wabash Ave., Chicago, Cook, Illinois.1 Charles I. Prager died on 2 May 1905 at New York, New York.4,5 He was buried on 5 May 1905 at Mount Maryiv Cemetery, 3600 N. Narragansett Ave., Chicago, Cook, Illinois.5

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Citations

  1. [S978] Salmon Willheim household, 1900 U.S. Census, Cook Co., Illinois, population schedule, 05 June 1900, Enumeration District (ED) 66, sheet 7B, National Archives micropublication T623-247, viewed on Ancestry.com.
  2. [S981] Carrie Parker [sic] household, 1880 U.S. Census, Shelby Co., Tennessee, population schedule, 02 June 1880, Enumeration District (ED) 141, sheet 117A (stamped), National Archives micropublication T9-R1279, viewed on Ancestry.com.
  3. [S643] Caroline Prager Death Notice, 04 May 1895, page 6, Chicago Tribune, Chicago. Hereinafter cited as Chicago Tribune.
  4. [S1878] FamilySearch, "New York City Death Records, 1795 - 1949," Partial Record Transcriptions, : accessed 12 April 2015), Charles Prager death record, certificate no. 14968 (Manhattan, 1905); Citing New York Municipal Archives, New York, NY, online at https://familysearch.org/search/collection/2240477
  5. [S643] Chicago Tribune, Chas. Isaac Prager death notice, 04 May 1905, p. 11.

Richard Jacobson1,2

#13202, b. circa 1844
Last Edited=12 Apr 2015
     Richard Jacobson was born circa 1844 at Germany.2 He married Fanny Prager, daughter of Abraham Prager and Caroline Simmons.1 Richard Jacobson was a partner in a grocery store.2
     Richard Jacobson was listed as the head of household on the 1880 census on 1 June 1880 935 East 9th Street, Little Rock, Arkansas. Also living in the house was his wife, Fanny Prager, his son, Adolph Jacobson, Henry Jacobson and Otto Jacobson.2 Richard Jacobson and Fanny Prager lived in September 1894 at 414 East 72nd Street, New York, New York.3

Children of Richard Jacobson and Fanny Prager


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Citations

  1. [S643] Caroline Prager Death Notice, 04 May 1895, page 6, Chicago Tribune, Chicago. Hereinafter cited as Chicago Tribune.
  2. [S964] Richard Jacobson household, 1880 U.S. Census, Pulaski Co., Arkansas, population schedule, 10 June 1880, Enumeration District (ED) 142, sheet 29 & 30 (written)/293A & 293B (stamped), National Archives micropublication T9-R54, viewed on Ancestry.com.
  3. [S643] Chicago Tribune, Julia Jacobson Again Disfigured, 23 September 1894, p. 5.
  4. [S963] Fanny Jacobson household, 1900 U.S. Census, New York Co., New York, population schedule, 02 June 1900, Enumeration District (ED) 717, sheet 3A, National Archives micropublication Series T623, Roll 1113, viewed on Ancestry.com.

William Moses Mincer1

#13203, b. circa 1866, d. circa 16 November 1906
Last Edited=11 Nov 2008
     William Moses Mincer was born circa 1866.1 He married Minnie Prager, daughter of Abraham Prager and Caroline Simmons, on 15 September 1891 at Chicago, Cook, Illinois.1,2 William Moses Mincer died circa 16 November 1906 at Chicago, Cook, Illinois.1 He was buried on 18 November 1906 at Mount Maryiv Cemetery, 3600 N. Narragansett Ave., Chicago, Cook, Illinois.1

Child of William Moses Mincer and Minnie Prager


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Citations

  1. [S643] William Moses Mincer Death Notice, 18 November 1906, page 11, Chicago Tribune, Chicago. Hereinafter cited as Chicago Tribune.
  2. [S643] Chicago Tribune, Minnie Prager and William M. Mincer marriage notice, 20 September 1891, page 26.

Alene Mincer1

#13204, b. 7 September 1886
Last Edited=15 Nov 2008
Relationship
3rd cousin 4 times removed of Alexander Cody Calzareth
Charts
Descendant Chart for the Prager Family of Tairnbach
     Alene Mincer was born on 7 September 1886 at Chicago, Cook, Illinois.2 She was the daughter of William Moses Mincer and Minnie Prager.1 Alene Mincer and Thomas H. Batchellor appeared on the census of 15 April 1910 at 4007 Grand Blvd., Chicago, Cook, Illinois.3 Alene Mincer and Siegmund Sand were engaged in December 1912 at Chicago, Cook, Illinois.4 Alene Mincer married Siegmund Sand.5 Her married name was Sand.5 Alene Mincer and Siegmund Sand lived in April 1928 at 1428 College Ave., Racine, Wisconsin.6

Child of Alene Mincer and Siegmund Sand


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Citations

  1. [S643] William Moses Mincer Death Notice, 18 November 1906, page 11, Chicago Tribune, Chicago. Hereinafter cited as Chicago Tribune.
  2. [S975] Passenger Manifest of the SS Leviathan, 30 April 1928, Passenger Manifest, Siegmund, Alene and William Sand, 1 Bowling Green, New York, New York, Line 2; National Archives for the Northeast District, T715-4255. Hereinafter cited as SS Leviathan 30 April 1928 Manifest.
  3. [S976] Thomas Batchelor household, 1910 U.S. Census, Cook County, Illinois, population schedule, 16 April 1910, Enumeration District (ED) 316, sheet 2A, National Archives micropublication Series T624, Roll 245, viewed on HeritageQuestOnline.com.
  4. [S643] Chicago Tribune, Elene M. Mincer and Sigmund Sand engagement notice, 29 December 1912, p. H3.
  5. [S643] Chicago Tribune, Mrs. Minnie Prager Mincer Death Notice, 14 December 1953, page B14.
  6. [S975] SS Leviathan 30 April 1928 Manifest, Passenger Manifest, Siegmund, Alene and William Sand, 1 Bowling Green, New York, New York, T715-4255, Lines 1 - 3.

Siegmund Sand1,2

#13205, b. 10 December 1889, d. 12 December 1972
Last Edited=15 Nov 2008
     Siegmund Sand was born on 10 December 1889 at Hartmanice, Bohemia.3,4 He and Alene Mincer were engaged in December 1912 at Chicago, Cook, Illinois.5 Siegmund Sand married Alene Mincer, daughter of William Moses Mincer and Minnie Prager.1 Siegmund Sand applied for a U.S. Passport on 24 February 1913 at Chicago, Cook, Illinois.4 He and Alene Mincer lived in April 1928 at 1428 College Ave., Racine, Wisconsin.6 Siegmund Sand died on 12 December 1972 at Los Angeles, California, at age 83.3

Child of Siegmund Sand and Alene Mincer


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Citations

  1. [S643] Mrs. Minnie Prager Mincer Death Notice, 14 December 1953, page B14, Chicago Tribune, Chicago. Hereinafter cited as Chicago Tribune.
  2. [S975] Passenger Manifest of the SS Leviathan, 30 April 1928, Passenger Manifest, Siegmund, Alene and William Sand, 1 Bowling Green, New York, New York, Line 1; National Archives for the Northeast District, T715-4255. Hereinafter cited as SS Leviathan 30 April 1928 Manifest.
  3. [S270] California Index of Deaths, online http://vitals.rootsweb.com/ca/death, Siegmund Sand entry, d. 12 Dec 1972, Los Angeles County. Hereinafter cited as CA Death Index.
  4. [S816] Passport Applications, 1906-1925, Siegmund Sand, Passport No. 89429; Series M1490, Roll 178;U.S. Department of State, Record Group 59; (Washington, D.C: National Archives). Record viewed on Ancestry.com.
  5. [S643] Chicago Tribune, Elene M. Mincer and Sigmund Sand engagement notice, 29 December 1912, p. H3.
  6. [S975] SS Leviathan 30 April 1928 Manifest, Passenger Manifest, Siegmund, Alene and William Sand, 1 Bowling Green, New York, New York, T715-4255, Lines 1 - 3.

William M. Sand1

#13206, b. 10 April 1915, d. 14 August 1980
Last Edited=15 Nov 2008
Relationship
4th cousin 3 times removed of Alexander Cody Calzareth
Charts
Descendant Chart for the Prager Family of Tairnbach
     William M. Sand was born on 10 April 1915 at Chicago, Cook, Illinois.2 He was the son of Siegmund Sand and Alene Mincer.1 William M. Sand lived with Siegmund Sand and Alene Mincer in April 1928 at 1428 College Ave., Racine, Wisconsin.3 William M. Sand lived in December 1953 at Racine, Wisconsin.1 He died on 14 August 1980 at San Mateo Co., California, at age 65.4

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Citations

  1. [S643] Mrs. Minnie Prager Mincer Death Notice, 14 December 1953, page B14, Chicago Tribune, Chicago. Hereinafter cited as Chicago Tribune.
  2. [S975] Passenger Manifest of the SS Leviathan, 30 April 1928, Passenger Manifest, Siegmund, Alene and William Sand, 1 Bowling Green, New York, New York, Line 3; National Archives for the Northeast District, T715-4255. Hereinafter cited as SS Leviathan 30 April 1928 Manifest.
  3. [S975] SS Leviathan 30 April 1928 Manifest, Passenger Manifest, Siegmund, Alene and William Sand, 1 Bowling Green, New York, New York, T715-4255, Lines 1 - 3.
  4. [S270] California Index of Deaths, online http://vitals.rootsweb.com/ca/death, William Sand entry, d. 14 Aug 1980, San Mateo County. Hereinafter cited as CA Death Index.

Adolph Jacobson1

#13207, b. May 1874, d. 27 September 1953
Last Edited=27 Nov 2017
Relationship
3rd cousin 4 times removed of Alexander Cody Calzareth
Charts
Descendant Chart for the Prager Family of Tairnbach
     Adolph Jacobson was born in May 1874 at Little Rock, Arkansas.1,2,3 He was the son of Richard Jacobson and Fanny Prager.1 Adolph Jacobson and Richard Jacobson appeared on the census of 1 June 1880 at 935 East 9th Street, Little Rock, Arkansas.1 Adolph Jacobson appeared on the census of 1 June 1900 at 229 East 75th Street, New York, New York.2 He married Caroline (Carrie) Prochnow on 4 May 1903 at New York, New York.4,5,3
     Adolph Jacobson was listed as the head of household on the 1910 census on 15 April 1910 143rd Street, Bronx, New York. Also living in the house was his wife, Caroline (Carrie) Prochnow, his daughter, Beatrice Jacobson.5
     Adolph Jacobson was listed as the head of household on the 1920 census on 1 January 1920 149 West 98th Street, New York, New York. Also living in the house was his wife, Caroline (Carrie) Prochnow, his daughter, Beatrice Jacobson, Dorothy Jacobson and Anita Jacobson.4
     Adolph Jacobson was listed as the head of household on the 1930 census on 1 April 1930 3117 Beverly Road, Brooklyn, Kings, New York. Also living in the house was, his daughter, Beatrice Jacobson, Dorothy Jacobson and Anita Jacobson.6 Adolph Jacobson died on 27 September 1953 at Meadowbrook Hospital, East Meadow, New York, at age 79.7,8

Children of Adolph Jacobson and Caroline (Carrie) Prochnow


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Citations

  1. [S964] Richard Jacobson household, 1880 U.S. Census, Pulaski Co., Arkansas, population schedule, 10 June 1880, Enumeration District (ED) 142, sheet 29 & 30 (written)/293A & 293B (stamped), National Archives micropublication T9-R54, viewed on Ancestry.com.
  2. [S963] Fanny Jacobson household, 1900 U.S. Census, New York Co., New York, population schedule, 02 June 1900, Enumeration District (ED) 717, sheet 3A, National Archives micropublication Series T623, Roll 1113, viewed on Ancestry.com.
  3. [S1877] FamilySearch, "New York City Marriage Records, 1866-1938," Partial Record Transcriptions, ), Adolph Jacobson and Carrie Procknow marriage record, no. 9722 (Manhattan, 1903); Citing New York Municipal Archives, New York, NY, online at https://familysearch.org/search/collection/2143225
  4. [S968] Adolph Jacobson household, 1920 U.S. Census, New York County, New York, population schedule, 13 January 1920, Enumeration District (ED) 679A, sheet 1B, National Archives micropublication Series T625, Roll 1201, viewed on HeritageQuestOnline.com.
  5. [S969] Adolph Jacobson household, 1910 U.S. Census, New York Co., New York, population schedule, 18 April 1910, Enumeration District (ED) 1412, sheet 4B, National Archives micropublication Series T624, Roll 996, viewed on Ancestry.com.
  6. [S970] Adolph Jacobson household, 1930 U.S. Census, Kings County, New York, population schedule, 26 April 1930, Enumeration District (ED) 815, sheet 15B, National Archives micropublication Series T626, Roll 1533, viewed on Ancestry.com.
  7. [S1106] Brooklyn Daily Eagle Online, online http://fultonhistory.com, Adolph R. Jacobson Death Notice, 29 Septmeber 1953, p. 9. Hereinafter cited as Brooklyn Daily Eagle.
  8. [S1106] Brooklyn Daily Eagle, online http://fultonhistory.com, Adolph R. Jacobson obituary, 29 Septmeber 1953, p. 9.
  9. [S1879] FamilySearch, "New York City Birth Records, 1846 - 1909," Partial Record Transcriptions, ), Florence Theresa Jacobson, certificate no. 4812 (Bronx, 1906); Citing New York Municipal Archives, New York, NY, online at https://familysearch.org/search/collection/2240282
  10. [S1879] FamilySearch, "New York City Birth Records, 1846 - 1909," Richard Adolph Jacobson, certificate no. 4229 (Bronx, 1909),.

Henry Jacobson1

#13208, b. circa 1876
Last Edited=12 Nov 2008
Relationship
3rd cousin 4 times removed of Alexander Cody Calzareth
Charts
Descendant Chart for the Prager Family of Tairnbach
     Henry Jacobson was born circa 1876 at Arkansas.1 He was the son of Richard Jacobson and Fanny Prager.1 Henry Jacobson and Richard Jacobson appeared on the census of 1 June 1880 at 935 East 9th Street, Little Rock, Arkansas.1

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Citations

  1. [S964] Richard Jacobson household, 1880 U.S. Census, Pulaski Co., Arkansas, population schedule, 10 June 1880, Enumeration District (ED) 142, sheet 29 & 30 (written)/293A & 293B (stamped), National Archives micropublication T9-R54, viewed on Ancestry.com.

Otto Jacobson1

#13209, b. August 1879, d. after September 1953
Last Edited=24 Dec 2010
Relationship
3rd cousin 4 times removed of Alexander Cody Calzareth
Charts
Descendant Chart for the Prager Family of Tairnbach
     Otto Jacobson was born in August 1879 at Arkansas.1,2 He was the son of Richard Jacobson and Fanny Prager.1 Otto Jacobson married (?) McGee.3 Otto Jacobson and Richard Jacobson appeared on the census of 1 June 1880 at 935 East 9th Street, Little Rock, Arkansas.1 Otto Jacobson appeared on the census of 1 June 1900 in the household of Fanny Prager at 229 East 75th Street, New York, New York.2
     Otto Jacobson was listed as the head of household on the 1920 census on 1 January 1920 35 Woodland Avenue, Jersey City, Hudson, New Jersey. Also living in the house was, his daughter, Dorothy Jacobson and Helen Jacobson.3 Otto Jacobson was a chauffeur in a radio shop.4 He and Catherine (?) appeared on the census of 1 April 1930 at 1246 4th Avenue, North Bergen, Hudson, New Jersey.4 Otto Jacobson died after September 1953.5

Children of Otto Jacobson and (?) McGee


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Citations

  1. [S964] Richard Jacobson household, 1880 U.S. Census, Pulaski Co., Arkansas, population schedule, 10 June 1880, Enumeration District (ED) 142, sheet 29 & 30 (written)/293A & 293B (stamped), National Archives micropublication T9-R54, viewed on Ancestry.com.
  2. [S963] Fanny Jacobson household, 1900 U.S. Census, New York Co., New York, population schedule, 02 June 1900, Enumeration District (ED) 717, sheet 3A, National Archives micropublication Series T623, Roll 1113, viewed on Ancestry.com.
  3. [S967] Otto Jacobson household, 1930 U.S. Census, Hudson County, New Jersey, population schedule, 15 January 1920, Enumeration District (ED) 171, sheet 23A, National Archives micropublication Series T625, Roll 1045, viewed on Ancestry.com.
  4. [S966] Albert Jacobson household, 1930 U.S. Census, Hudson County, New Jersey, population schedule, 7 April 1930, Enumeration District (ED) 325, sheet 5A, National Archives micropublication Series T626, Roll 1358, viewed on Ancestry.com.
  5. [S1106] Brooklyn Daily Eagle Online, online http://fultonhistory.com, Adolph R. Jacobson Death Notice, 29 Septmeber 1953, p. 9. Hereinafter cited as Brooklyn Daily Eagle.

Albert Jacobson1

#13210, b. 27 November 1881, d. after September 1953
Last Edited=24 Dec 2010
Relationship
3rd cousin 4 times removed of Alexander Cody Calzareth
Charts
Descendant Chart for the Prager Family of Tairnbach
     Albert Jacobson was born on 27 November 1881 at Little Rock, Arkansas.1,2 He was the son of Richard Jacobson and Fanny Prager.1 Albert Jacobson appeared on the census of 1 June 1900 at 229 East 75th Street, New York, New York.1 He married Catherine (?) circa 1906.3 Albert Jacobson was an iron worker in a boiler shop.3
     Albert Jacobson was listed as the head of household on the 1930 census on 1 April 1930 1246 4th Avenue, North Bergen, Hudson, New Jersey. Also living in the house was his wife, Catherine (?), his brother, Otto Jacobson.3 Albert Jacobson registered during the Fourth Draft Registration of World War II on 26 April 1942 at West New York, Hudson, New Jersey. He was residing at 42-64th Street, W. N.Y., Hudson Co., NJ and his mailing address was the same. His telephone number was Union 3 - 8949. His date and place of birth were November 27, 1881 in Little Rock, Arkansas. The name and address of "Person who will always know your address" were Mrs. J.C. Miller (sister), 8513-106th Avenue, Ozone Park, New York. He was employed by John B. Astell & Co. at 1109 Tonnele Avenue, N. Bergen, New Jersey.2 He died after September 1953.4

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Citations

  1. [S963] Fanny Jacobson household, 1900 U.S. Census, New York Co., New York, population schedule, 02 June 1900, Enumeration District (ED) 717, sheet 3A, National Archives micropublication Series T623, Roll 1113, viewed on Ancestry.com.
  2. [S790] Fourth Draft Registration of World War II, Individual Card for Registrant, 1 Bowling Green, New York, New York, Albert Jacobson, Hudson County New Jersey, 26 April 1942; National Archives for the Northeast District, viewed on Ancestry.com. Hereinafter cited as WWII Draft Registration Nr. 4.
  3. [S966] Albert Jacobson household, 1930 U.S. Census, Hudson County, New Jersey, population schedule, 7 April 1930, Enumeration District (ED) 325, sheet 5A, National Archives micropublication Series T626, Roll 1358, viewed on Ancestry.com.
  4. [S1106] Brooklyn Daily Eagle Online, online http://fultonhistory.com, Adolph R. Jacobson Death Notice, 29 Septmeber 1953, p. 9. Hereinafter cited as Brooklyn Daily Eagle.

Nicholas Jacobsen1

#13211, b. 15 February 1885
Last Edited=15 Nov 2008
Relationship
3rd cousin 4 times removed of Alexander Cody Calzareth
Charts
Descendant Chart for the Prager Family of Tairnbach
     Nicholas Jacobsen was born on 15 February 1885 at Little Rock, Arkansas.2,3,1 He was the son of Richard Jacobson and Fanny Prager.2 Nicholas Jacobsen was also known as Nicolaus Jacobson.2 He married Helen (?)1 Nicholas Jacobsen appeared on the census of 1 June 1900 at 229 East 75th Street, New York, New York.2 He appeared on the census of 15 April 1910 at 749 St. Anns Avenue, Bronx, New York.4 He registered during the Draft Registration of World War I on 12 September 1918 at Local Board No. 2, 2720 Third Avenue, New York, New York. The name and address of his nearest relative were Fannie Jacobson, 445 East 137th Street, New York, New York..3 He was a machinist in a fatory in 1930.5 He and Charles (Charlie) John Miller Miller appeared on the census of 1 April 1930 at 84-15 106th Avenue, Ozone Park, Queens, New York.5 Nicholas Jacobsen registered during the Fourth Draft Registration of World War II on 25 April 1942 at Local Board No. 36, 45 Branford Place, Newark, New Jersey, USA..1

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Citations

  1. [S790] Fourth Draft Registration of World War II, Individual Card for Registrant, 1 Bowling Green, New York, New York, Nicholas Kupafler Jacobsen (b. 15 February 1885), Essex County, New Jersey, 25 April 1942; National Archives for the Northeast District, viewed on Ancestry.com. Hereinafter cited as WWII Draft Registration Nr. 4.
  2. [S963] Fanny Jacobson household, 1900 U.S. Census, New York Co., New York, population schedule, 02 June 1900, Enumeration District (ED) 717, sheet 3A, National Archives micropublication Series T623, Roll 1113, viewed on Ancestry.com.
  3. [S679] World War I Selective Service System Draft Registration Cards, 1917 - 1918, Series M1509; Nichola K... Jacobson (Washington, D.C.: NARA), 12 September 1918,viewed on Ancestry.com.
  4. [S965] Fannie Jacobson household, 1910 U.S. Census, New York Co., New York, population schedule, 20 April 1910, Enumeration District (ED) 1647, sheet 7B, National Archives micropublication Series T624, Roll 1000, viewed on Ancestry.com.
  5. [S971] Charlie Miller household, 1930 U.S. Census, Queens County, New York, population schedule, 03 April 1930, Enumeration District (ED) 488, sheet 3A, National Archives micropublication Series T626, Roll 1697, viewed on Ancestry.com.

Julia Jacobson1

#13212, b. January 1887, d. after September 1953
Last Edited=24 Sep 2011
Relationship
3rd cousin 4 times removed of Alexander Cody Calzareth
Charts
Descendant Chart for the Prager Family of Tairnbach
     Julia Jacobson was born in January 1887 at Little Rock, Arkansas.1,2 She was the daughter of Richard Jacobson and Fanny Prager.1 Julia Jacobson was also known as Jessie Miller.3 Julia was injured in two childhood accidents as was described in an article in the Chicago Tribune on 23 September 1894.4 She appeared on the census of 1 June 1900 at 229 East 75th Street, New York, New York.1 She married Ine How Ing.5 The book The Chinatown Trunk Mystery by Mary Ting Yi Lui provides information on Ine How ING and his family: "Ing Ine How left the United States to go to China in the late 1910s, but failed to apply and receive the critical return certificate and became separated from his wife, Julia, and their two children, Arthur and Mabel. Forced to remain in Lam Dun village in Hok San district Guangdon Province, his wife in 1923 attempted to petition the Department of State and the Bureau of Immigration to allow her husband's return to the United States. Both departments, however, denied her request. By 1924, nearly six years after Ing Ine How has left the United States, Julia decided to send Arthur to China as it was the only way for father and son to be reunited."6 Julia Jacobson appeared on the census of 15 April 1910 at 749 St. Anns Avenue, Bronx, New York.5 She married Charles (Charlie) John Miller Miller.3 Her married name was Ing.5 Her married name was Miller.3 Julia Jacobson and Charles (Charlie) John Miller Miller lived before 1930 - after 1942 at 84-15 106th Avenue, Ozone Park, Queens, New York.7 Julia Jacobson was a canvasser in April 1930.3 She and Charles (Charlie) John Miller Miller appeared on the census of 1 April 1930 at 84-15 106th Avenue, Ozone Park, Queens, New York.3 Julia Jacobson died after September 1953.8

Children of Julia Jacobson and Ine How Ing


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Citations

  1. [S963] Fanny Jacobson household, 1900 U.S. Census, New York Co., New York, population schedule, 02 June 1900, Enumeration District (ED) 717, sheet 3A, National Archives micropublication Series T623, Roll 1113, viewed on Ancestry.com.
  2. [S973] Index to 'Chinese Exclusion' Case Files of the New York District Office of the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service, ca. 1882-1960., online http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=3307, Julia C. Ing, Case Number 61 170.20. Hereinafter cited as New York Chinese Exclusion Index.
  3. [S971] Charlie Miller household, 1930 U.S. Census, Queens County, New York, population schedule, 03 April 1930, Enumeration District (ED) 488, sheet 3A, National Archives micropublication Series T626, Roll 1697, viewed on Ancestry.com.
  4. [S643] Julia Jacobson Again Disfigured, 23 September 1894, p. 5, Chicago Tribune, Chicago. Hereinafter cited as Chicago Tribune.
  5. [S965] Fannie Jacobson household, 1910 U.S. Census, New York Co., New York, population schedule, 20 April 1910, Enumeration District (ED) 1647, sheet 7B, National Archives micropublication Series T624, Roll 1000, viewed on Ancestry.com.
  6. [S974] Mary Ting Yi Lui, The Chinatown Trunk Mystery: Murder, Miscegenation, and Other Dangerous Encounters in Turn-of-the-century New York City (Princetion, New Jersey: Princeton University Press, 2005), pp. 162 - 163. Hereinafter cited as The Chinatown Trunk Mystery.
  7. [S790] Fourth Draft Registration of World War II, Individual Card for Registrant, 1 Bowling Green, New York, New York, Charles John Miller (B. 07 October 1889), Queens County, New York, 27 April 1942; National Archives for the Northeast District, viewed on Ancestry.com. Hereinafter cited as WWII Draft Registration Nr. 4.
  8. [S1106] Brooklyn Daily Eagle Online, online http://fultonhistory.com, Adolph R. Jacobson Death Notice, 29 Septmeber 1953, p. 9. Hereinafter cited as Brooklyn Daily Eagle.

Ine How Ing1,2,3

#13213
Last Edited=15 Nov 2008
     Ine How Ing was born at Japan.1 He married Julia Jacobson, daughter of Richard Jacobson and Fanny Prager.1 The book The Chinatown Trunk Mystery by Mary Ting Yi Lui provides information on Ine How ING and his family: "Ing Ine How left the United States to go to China in the late 1910s, but failed to apply and receive the critical return certificate and became separated from his wife, Julia, and their two children, Arthur and Mabel. Forced to remain in Lam Dun village in Hok San district Guangdon Province, his wife in 1923 attempted to petition the Department of State and the Bureau of Immigration to allow her husband's return to the United States. Both departments, however, denied her request. By 1924, nearly six years after Ing Ine How has left the United States, Julia decided to send Arthur to China as it was the only way for father and son to be reunited."3

Children of Ine How Ing and Julia Jacobson


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Citations

  1. [S965] Fannie Jacobson household, 1910 U.S. Census, New York Co., New York, population schedule, 20 April 1910, Enumeration District (ED) 1647, sheet 7B, National Archives micropublication Series T624, Roll 1000, viewed on Ancestry.com.
  2. [S973] Index to 'Chinese Exclusion' Case Files of the New York District Office of the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service, ca. 1882-1960., online http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=3307, Julia C. Ing, Case Number 61 170.20, Index entry lists the alias "Arthur Ing (Mrs.)". Hereinafter cited as New York Chinese Exclusion Index.
  3. [S974] Mary Ting Yi Lui, The Chinatown Trunk Mystery: Murder, Miscegenation, and Other Dangerous Encounters in Turn-of-the-century New York City (Princetion, New Jersey: Princeton University Press, 2005), pp. 162 - 163. Hereinafter cited as The Chinatown Trunk Mystery.

Arthur Gunn Ing1,2

#13214, b. 13 October 1907, d. 29 October 1917
Last Edited=12 Apr 2015
Relationship
4th cousin 3 times removed of Alexander Cody Calzareth
Charts
Descendant Chart for the Prager Family of Tairnbach
     Arthur Gunn Ing was born on 13 October 1907 at Bronx, New York.2,1 He was the son of Ine How Ing and Julia Jacobson.1 The book The Chinatown Trunk Mystery by Mary Ting Yi Lui provides information on Ine How ING and his family: "Ing Ine How left the United States to go to China in the late 1910s, but failed to apply and receive the critical return certificate and became separated from his wife, Julia, and their two children, Arthur and Mabel. Forced to remain in Lam Dun village in Hok San district Guangdon Province, his wife in 1923 attempted to petition the Department of State and the Bureau of Immigration to allow her husband's return to the United States. Both departments, however, denied her request. By 1924, nearly six years after Ing Ine How has left the United States, Julia decided to send Arthur to China as it was the only way for father and son to be reunited."3 Arthur Gunn Ing appeared on the census of 15 April 1910 at 749 St. Anns Avenue, Bronx, New York.1 He died on 29 October 1917 at 212 Patchen Avenue, Brooklyn, New York, at age 10.4 He was buried on 31 October 1917 at Evergreen Cemetery, Brooklyn, Kings, New York.4 The various records regarding Arthur Ing must be examined in more detail. It seems most probable that Arthur died at age 10 as indicated by the death certificate, which matches his known date of birth and includes his parents' names. As he was a U.S. Citizen by birth, it's possible that the family may have used his identity to help someone else gain entry to the United States in the years after his death.5

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Citations

  1. [S965] Fannie Jacobson household, 1910 U.S. Census, New York Co., New York, population schedule, 20 April 1910, Enumeration District (ED) 1647, sheet 7B, National Archives micropublication Series T624, Roll 1000, viewed on Ancestry.com.
  2. [S1879] FamilySearch, "New York City Birth Records, 1846 - 1909," Partial Record Transcriptions, : accessed 12 April 2015), Arthur Gunn Ing birth record, certificate no. 6679 (Bronx, 1907); Citing New York Municipal Archives, New York, NY, online at https://familysearch.org/search/collection/2240282
  3. [S974] Mary Ting Yi Lui, The Chinatown Trunk Mystery: Murder, Miscegenation, and Other Dangerous Encounters in Turn-of-the-century New York City (Princetion, New Jersey: Princeton University Press, 2005), pp. 162 - 163. Hereinafter cited as The Chinatown Trunk Mystery.
  4. [S1878] FamilySearch, "New York City Death Records, 1795 - 1949," Partial Record Transcriptions, : accessed 12 April 2015), Arthur Gunn Ing death record, certificate no. 21116 (Brooklyn, 1917); Citing New York Municipal Archives, New York, NY, online at https://familysearch.org/search/collection/2240477
  5. [S54] Analysis based on information available to Alex Calzareth as of 12 April 2015.

Mabel Ing1

#13215, b. 22 January 1909, d. 18 August 1992
Last Edited=12 Apr 2015
Relationship
4th cousin 3 times removed of Alexander Cody Calzareth
Charts
Descendant Chart for the Prager Family of Tairnbach
     Mabel Ing was born on 22 January 1909 at New York, New York.1,2,3 Mabel Ing was also known as Mabel A.4 She was the daughter of Ine How Ing and Julia Jacobson.1 Mabel Ing appeared on the census of 15 April 1910 at 749 St. Anns Avenue, Bronx, New York.1 She was an operator for the General Ford Company in 1930.4 She and Charles (Charlie) John Miller Miller appeared on the census of 1 April 1930 at 84-15 106th Avenue, Ozone Park, Queens, New York.4 Mabel Ing lived in October 1934 at 84-15 106th Avenue, Ozone Park, Queens, New York.3 She married Joseph T. Castronova.5 Her married name was Castronova.5 Mabel Ing died on 18 August 1992 at New Jersey, at age 83.6,5 She was buried on 20 August 1992 at Fairview Mausoleum, 500 Fairview Avenue, Fairview, New Jersey.5

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Citations

  1. [S965] Fannie Jacobson household, 1910 U.S. Census, New York Co., New York, population schedule, 20 April 1910, Enumeration District (ED) 1647, sheet 7B, National Archives micropublication Series T624, Roll 1000, viewed on Ancestry.com.
  2. [S1879] FamilySearch, "New York City Birth Records, 1846 - 1909," Partial Record Transcriptions, : accessed 12 April 2015), Mabel Ing birth record, certificate no. 4654 (Manhattan, 1909); Citing New York Municipal Archives, New York, NY, online at https://familysearch.org/search/collection/2240282
  3. [S972] Passenger Manifest of the Amapala, 19 October 1934, Passenger Manifest, Mabel Miller, 1 Bowling Green, New York, New York; National Archives for the Northeast District, T715-5565. Hereinafter cited as Amapala October1934 manifest.
  4. [S971] Charlie Miller household, 1930 U.S. Census, Queens County, New York, population schedule, 03 April 1930, Enumeration District (ED) 488, sheet 3A, National Archives micropublication Series T626, Roll 1697, viewed on Ancestry.com.
  5. [S743] America's Obituaries and Death Notices, online http://infoweb.newsbank.com, Mabel A. Miller Castronova death notice, The Record (Hackensack, NJ), 19 August 1992. Hereinafter cited as Newsbank Obit Database.
  6. [S222] Social Security Death Index, (www.rootsweb.com: Rootsweb), Mabel A Castronova entry, SSN: 050-03-7482. Hereinafter cited as SSDI.

Catherine (?)1

#13216, b. circa 1890
Last Edited=15 Nov 2008
     Catherine (?) was born circa 1890 at New York.1 As of circa 1906,her married name was Jacobson.1 She married Albert Jacobson, son of Richard Jacobson and Fanny Prager, circa 1906.1 Catherine (?) and Albert Jacobson appeared on the census of 1 April 1930 at 1246 4th Avenue, North Bergen, Hudson, New Jersey.1

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Citations

  1. [S966] Albert Jacobson household, 1930 U.S. Census, Hudson County, New Jersey, population schedule, 7 April 1930, Enumeration District (ED) 325, sheet 5A, National Archives micropublication Series T626, Roll 1358, viewed on Ancestry.com.

(?) McGee1,2

#13217, d. between 1914 and 1920
Last Edited=15 Nov 2008
     (?) McGee married Otto Jacobson, son of Richard Jacobson and Fanny Prager.1 Her married name was (?) Jacobson.1 (?) McGee died between 1914 and 1920.1,3

Children of (?) McGee and Otto Jacobson


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Citations

  1. [S967] Otto Jacobson household, 1930 U.S. Census, Hudson County, New Jersey, population schedule, 15 January 1920, Enumeration District (ED) 171, sheet 23A, National Archives micropublication Series T625, Roll 1045, viewed on Ancestry.com.
  2. [S54] Otto Jacobson was a widower in the census of 1920. He was living with his sister-in-law, Edith McGee, who was single at that time. Therefore Otto's wife's maiden name was most likely McGee.
  3. [S54] Otto Jacobson was a widower in the census of 1920. They had a daughter who was six years old at that time, so his wife must have died after the birth of the daughter, but before the census in 1920.
  4. [S966] Albert Jacobson household, 1930 U.S. Census, Hudson County, New Jersey, population schedule, 7 April 1930, Enumeration District (ED) 325, sheet 5A, National Archives micropublication Series T626, Roll 1358, viewed on Ancestry.com.

Dorothy Jacobson1

#13218, b. circa 1911
Last Edited=15 Nov 2008
Relationship
4th cousin 3 times removed of Alexander Cody Calzareth
Charts
Descendant Chart for the Prager Family of Tairnbach
     Dorothy Jacobson was born circa 1911 at Ohio.1 She was the daughter of Otto Jacobson and (?) McGee.1 Dorothy Jacobson appeared on the census of 1 January 1920 at 35 Woodland Avenue, Jersey City, Hudson, New Jersey.2 She was a typist in a wholesale shop.1 She and Catherine (?) appeared on the census of 1 April 1930 at 1246 4th Avenue, North Bergen, Hudson, New Jersey.1

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Citations

  1. [S966] Albert Jacobson household, 1930 U.S. Census, Hudson County, New Jersey, population schedule, 7 April 1930, Enumeration District (ED) 325, sheet 5A, National Archives micropublication Series T626, Roll 1358, viewed on Ancestry.com.
  2. [S967] Otto Jacobson household, 1930 U.S. Census, Hudson County, New Jersey, population schedule, 15 January 1920, Enumeration District (ED) 171, sheet 23A, National Archives micropublication Series T625, Roll 1045, viewed on Ancestry.com.

Helen Jacobson1

#13219, b. circa 1913
Last Edited=15 Nov 2008
Relationship
4th cousin 3 times removed of Alexander Cody Calzareth
Charts
Descendant Chart for the Prager Family of Tairnbach
     Helen Jacobson was born circa 1913 at New York.1 She is the daughter of Otto Jacobson and (?) McGee.1 Helen Jacobson appeared on the census of 1 January 1920 at 35 Woodland Avenue, Jersey City, Hudson, New Jersey.2 She and Catherine (?) appeared on the census of 1 April 1930 at 1246 4th Avenue, North Bergen, Hudson, New Jersey.1

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Citations

  1. [S966] Albert Jacobson household, 1930 U.S. Census, Hudson County, New Jersey, population schedule, 7 April 1930, Enumeration District (ED) 325, sheet 5A, National Archives micropublication Series T626, Roll 1358, viewed on Ancestry.com.
  2. [S967] Otto Jacobson household, 1930 U.S. Census, Hudson County, New Jersey, population schedule, 15 January 1920, Enumeration District (ED) 171, sheet 23A, National Archives micropublication Series T625, Roll 1045, viewed on Ancestry.com.

Caroline (Carrie) Prochnow1,2

#13220, b. circa 1884, d. 27 May 1927
Last Edited=27 Nov 2017
     Caroline (Carrie) Prochnow was born circa 1884 at New York.1 Her married name was Jacobson.1 She married Adolph Jacobson, son of Richard Jacobson and Fanny Prager, on 4 May 1903 at New York, New York.1,3,4 Caroline (Carrie) Prochnow and Adolph Jacobson appeared on the census of 15 April 1910 at 143rd Street, Bronx, New York.3 Caroline (Carrie) Prochnow and Adolph Jacobson appeared on the census of 1 January 1920 at 149 West 98th Street, New York, New York.1 Caroline (Carrie) Prochnow died on 27 May 1927 at Kings County Hospital, Brooklyn, Kings, New York.2

Children of Caroline (Carrie) Prochnow and Adolph Jacobson


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Citations

  1. [S968] Adolph Jacobson household, 1920 U.S. Census, New York County, New York, population schedule, 13 January 1920, Enumeration District (ED) 679A, sheet 1B, National Archives micropublication Series T625, Roll 1201, viewed on HeritageQuestOnline.com.
  2. [S108] Caroline Jacobson, Death Certificate 10899 (Brooklyn, 1927), New York City Municipal Archives, 31 Chambers Street, New York, New York. Hereinafter cited as New York City Death Certificate.
  3. [S969] Adolph Jacobson household, 1910 U.S. Census, New York Co., New York, population schedule, 18 April 1910, Enumeration District (ED) 1412, sheet 4B, National Archives micropublication Series T624, Roll 996, viewed on Ancestry.com.
  4. [S1877] FamilySearch, "New York City Marriage Records, 1866-1938," Partial Record Transcriptions, ), Adolph Jacobson and Carrie Procknow marriage record, no. 9722 (Manhattan, 1903); Citing New York Municipal Archives, New York, NY, online at https://familysearch.org/search/collection/2143225
  5. [S1879] FamilySearch, "New York City Birth Records, 1846 - 1909," Partial Record Transcriptions, ), Florence Theresa Jacobson, certificate no. 4812 (Bronx, 1906); Citing New York Municipal Archives, New York, NY, online at https://familysearch.org/search/collection/2240282
  6. [S1879] FamilySearch, "New York City Birth Records, 1846 - 1909," Richard Adolph Jacobson, certificate no. 4229 (Bronx, 1909),.

Beatrice Jacobson1

#13221, b. circa 1906
Last Edited=15 Nov 2008
Relationship
4th cousin 3 times removed of Alexander Cody Calzareth
Charts
Descendant Chart for the Prager Family of Tairnbach
     Beatrice Jacobson was born circa 1906 at New York.1 She was the daughter of Adolph Jacobson and Caroline (Carrie) Prochnow.1 Beatrice Jacobson and Caroline (Carrie) Prochnow appeared on the census of 15 April 1910 at 143rd Street, Bronx, New York.2 Beatrice Jacobson and Caroline (Carrie) Prochnow appeared on the census of 1 January 1920 at 149 West 98th Street, New York, New York.1 Beatrice Jacobson appeared on the census of 1 April 1930 at 3117 Beverly Road, Brooklyn, Kings, New York.3

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Citations

  1. [S968] Adolph Jacobson household, 1920 U.S. Census, New York County, New York, population schedule, 13 January 1920, Enumeration District (ED) 679A, sheet 1B, National Archives micropublication Series T625, Roll 1201, viewed on HeritageQuestOnline.com.
  2. [S969] Adolph Jacobson household, 1910 U.S. Census, New York Co., New York, population schedule, 18 April 1910, Enumeration District (ED) 1412, sheet 4B, National Archives micropublication Series T624, Roll 996, viewed on Ancestry.com.
  3. [S970] Adolph Jacobson household, 1930 U.S. Census, Kings County, New York, population schedule, 26 April 1930, Enumeration District (ED) 815, sheet 15B, National Archives micropublication Series T626, Roll 1533, viewed on Ancestry.com.

Dorothy Jacobson1

#13222, b. 28 September 1907, d. 4 February 1980
Last Edited=24 Dec 2010
Relationship
4th cousin 3 times removed of Alexander Cody Calzareth
Charts
Descendant Chart for the Prager Family of Tairnbach
     Dorothy Jacobson was born on 28 September 1907 at New York.1,2 She was the daughter of Adolph Jacobson and Caroline (Carrie) Prochnow.1 Dorothy Jacobson married Alfred Earle Gerrans.3 Her married name was Gerrans.3 Dorothy Jacobson and Caroline (Carrie) Prochnow appeared on the census of 1 January 1920 at 149 West 98th Street, New York, New York.1 Dorothy Jacobson appeared on the census of 1 April 1930 at 3117 Beverly Road, Brooklyn, Kings, New York.4 She died on 4 February 1980 at Broward, Florida, at age 72.2

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Citations

  1. [S968] Adolph Jacobson household, 1920 U.S. Census, New York County, New York, population schedule, 13 January 1920, Enumeration District (ED) 679A, sheet 1B, National Archives micropublication Series T625, Roll 1201, viewed on HeritageQuestOnline.com.
  2. [S674] Florida Death Index, 1936 - 1998, online http://www.ancestry.com, index entry for Dorothy Constance Gerrans, died 04 February 1980 in Broward Co., Florida. Hereinafter cited as Florida Death Index.
  3. [S1303] SS Panama, 5 August 1939, Passenger Manifest, 1 Bowling Green, New York, New York, Alred Earle Gerrans and Constance Gerrans; National Archives for the Northeast District, T715, Roll 6376.
  4. [S970] Adolph Jacobson household, 1930 U.S. Census, Kings County, New York, population schedule, 26 April 1930, Enumeration District (ED) 815, sheet 15B, National Archives micropublication Series T626, Roll 1533, viewed on Ancestry.com.

Anita Jacobson1

#13223, b. circa 1912
Last Edited=15 Nov 2008
Relationship
4th cousin 3 times removed of Alexander Cody Calzareth
Charts
Descendant Chart for the Prager Family of Tairnbach
     Anita Jacobson was born circa 1912 at New York.1 She is the daughter of Adolph Jacobson and Caroline (Carrie) Prochnow.1 Anita Jacobson and Caroline (Carrie) Prochnow appeared on the census of 1 January 1920 at 149 West 98th Street, New York, New York.1 Anita Jacobson appeared on the census of 1 April 1930 at 3117 Beverly Road, Brooklyn, Kings, New York.2

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Citations

  1. [S968] Adolph Jacobson household, 1920 U.S. Census, New York County, New York, population schedule, 13 January 1920, Enumeration District (ED) 679A, sheet 1B, National Archives micropublication Series T625, Roll 1201, viewed on HeritageQuestOnline.com.
  2. [S970] Adolph Jacobson household, 1930 U.S. Census, Kings County, New York, population schedule, 26 April 1930, Enumeration District (ED) 815, sheet 15B, National Archives micropublication Series T626, Roll 1533, viewed on Ancestry.com.

Charles (Charlie) John Miller Miller1,2

#13225, b. 7 October 1889
Last Edited=15 Nov 2008
     Charles (Charlie) John Miller Miller was born on 7 October 1889 at Newport, Kentucky.1,2 He married Julia Jacobson, daughter of Richard Jacobson and Fanny Prager.1 Charles (Charlie) John Miller Miller was a motorman for B.M.T.1 He and Julia Jacobson lived before 1930 - after 1942 at 84-15 106th Avenue, Ozone Park, Queens, New York.2
     Charles (Charlie) John Miller Miller was listed as the head of household on the 1930 census on 1 April 1930 84-15 106th Avenue, Ozone Park, Queens, New York. Also living in the house was his wife, Julia Jacobson, his brother-in-law, Nicholas Jacobsen, his step daughter, Mabel Ing.1 Charles (Charlie) John Miller Miller registered during the Fourth Draft Registration of World War II on 27 April 1942 at Local Board No. 277, 97-49 Woodhaven Blvd., Ozone Park, Queens, New York..2

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Citations

  1. [S971] Charlie Miller household, 1930 U.S. Census, Queens County, New York, population schedule, 03 April 1930, Enumeration District (ED) 488, sheet 3A, National Archives micropublication Series T626, Roll 1697, viewed on Ancestry.com.
  2. [S790] Fourth Draft Registration of World War II, Individual Card for Registrant, 1 Bowling Green, New York, New York, Charles John Miller (B. 07 October 1889), Queens County, New York, 27 April 1942; National Archives for the Northeast District, viewed on Ancestry.com. Hereinafter cited as WWII Draft Registration Nr. 4.

Joseph T. Castronova1

#13226, b. 26 July 1900, d. December 1965
Last Edited=15 Nov 2008
     Joseph T. Castronova was born on 26 July 1900.2,3 He married Mabel Ing, daughter of Ine How Ing and Julia Jacobson.1 Joseph T. Castronova died in December 1965 at age 65.1,2,3

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Citations

  1. [S743] America's Obituaries and Death Notices, online http://infoweb.newsbank.com, Mabel A. Miller Castronova death notice, The Record (Hackensack, NJ), 19 August 1992. Hereinafter cited as Newsbank Obit Database.
  2. [S222] Social Security Death Index, (www.rootsweb.com: Rootsweb), Joseph Castronova entry, SSN: 053-07-0747. Hereinafter cited as SSDI.
  3. [S54] It is speculation that the Joseph Castronova listed in the SSDI is the same as Mabel Miller's husband. When Mabel traveled on a cruise in 1934, there was a Vera Castronova living at 470 New York Avenue in Brooklyn listed on the same page of the manifest. The census for that address in 1930 shows Vera with a brother Joseph, born about 1901. This information fits with the birth date from the SSDI and the year of death from Mabel's death notice.

Helen (?)1

#13227
Last Edited=15 Nov 2008
     Helen (?) married Nicholas Jacobsen, son of Richard Jacobson and Fanny Prager.1 Her married name was Jacobson.1 Helen (?) lived in 1942 at 753 South 19th Street, Newark, New Jersey.1

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Citations

  1. [S790] Fourth Draft Registration of World War II, Individual Card for Registrant, 1 Bowling Green, New York, New York, Nicholas Kupafler Jacobsen (b. 15 February 1885), Essex County, New Jersey, 25 April 1942; National Archives for the Northeast District, viewed on Ancestry.com. Hereinafter cited as WWII Draft Registration Nr. 4.

Thomas H. Batchellor1

#13228
Last Edited=16 Nov 2008
     Thomas H. Batchellor married Minnie Prager, daughter of Abraham Prager and Caroline Simmons.1
     An unknown person was listed as the head of household on the 1910 census on 15 April 1910 4007 Grand Blvd., Chicago, Cook, Illinois. Also living in the house was, his step daughter, Alene Mincer.2

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Citations

  1. [S643] Elene M. Mincer and Sigmund Sand engagement notice, 29 December 1912, p. H3, Chicago Tribune, Chicago. Hereinafter cited as Chicago Tribune.
  2. [S976] Thomas Batchelor household, 1910 U.S. Census, Cook County, Illinois, population schedule, 16 April 1910, Enumeration District (ED) 316, sheet 2A, National Archives micropublication Series T624, Roll 245, viewed on HeritageQuestOnline.com.

Sol Wilhelm1

#13229, b. November 1875
Last Edited=16 Nov 2008
     Sol Wilhelm was born in November 1875 at Nebraska.2 He married Henrietta Prager, daughter of Abraham Prager and Caroline Simmons, circa February 1899 at Chicago, Cook, Illinois.1,3
     An unknown person was listed as the head of household on the 1900 census on 1 June 1900 2925 Wabash Ave., Chicago, Cook, Illinois. Also living in the house was, his brother-in-law, Charles I. Prager.2 Sol Wilhelm was a cigar salesman.2

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Citations

  1. [S643] Chas. Isaac Prager death notice, 04 May 1905, p. 11, Chicago Tribune, Chicago. Hereinafter cited as Chicago Tribune.
  2. [S978] Salmon Willheim household, 1900 U.S. Census, Cook Co., Illinois, population schedule, 05 June 1900, Enumeration District (ED) 66, sheet 7B, National Archives micropublication T623-247, viewed on Ancestry.com.
  3. [S643] Chicago Tribune, Marriage Licenses, Sol Wilhelm and Henrietta Parger [sic], 15 February 1899, p. 5.

Minnie (?)1

#13230, b. August 1874
Last Edited=16 Nov 2008
     Minnie (?) was born in August 1874 at Illinois.2 She married Sigmund A. Prager, son of Abraham Prager and Caroline Simmons, in 1899.1,2 Her married name was Prager.1 Minnie (?) and Sigmund A. Prager appeared on the census of 1 June 1900 at 2807 South Park Ave., Chicago, Cook, Illinois.2

Children of Minnie (?) and Sigmund A. Prager


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Citations

  1. [S643] Violet prager death notice, 02 August 1906, p. 12, Chicago Tribune, Chicago. Hereinafter cited as Chicago Tribune.
  2. [S977] Samuel Prader household, 1900 U.S. Census, Cook Co., Illinois, population schedule, 05 June 1900, Enumeration District (ED) 61, sheet 6B, National Archives micropublication T623-246, viewed on Ancestry.com.
  3. [S643] Chicago Tribune, Sigmund A. Prager death notice, 12 November 1943, p. 27.