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Chaim

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Descendant tree for Chaim:

  • Chaim Palevsky m. Chaje Rubinstein
  • Yaakov Leib (Yankel/Jacob) Polefsky (~1873-1926) m. Scheine (Jennie) Goldman (~1882-1963) - 29-Nov-1902
  • Gertrude Palewsky (~1906-1986) m. George H. Freedman (~1904-1984) - 15-Jun-1930
  • Chaim (Herman) Palewsky (1910-1964)
  • Molly Palevsky (~1874-19xx) m. (1) Mr. Cohen, (2) Simon Segal
  • Nettie B. Cohen (~1897-19xx)
  • Sylvia R. Segal (~1910-)
  • Helen Segal (~1912-)
  • Esther Palevsky (~1875-1960) m. Gedale Bill
  • Boruch Bil (~19xx-19xx)
  • Chaim Bil (~19xx-19xx) - perished in Holocaust
  • Matla Bil (~19xx-1962) m. Jacobo Schaikis (~19xx-1955)
  • Chava Bil (~19xx-19xx) - died of TB in 1920s
  • Nettie Bil (~1901-1981) m. Jacob Pashkis (~1904-1979)
  • Gedale Bil (~19xx-19xx)
  • Isidore Palevsky (~1882-1949) m. Ida Rosenberg (~1882-1944) - ~1902
  • Lillian A. Palevsky (1904-1985)
  • Nettie B. Paley (1906-1976)
  • Herbert Paley (~1911-1975) m. Hannah Yarowitz
  • Jerome Paley (~1917-1971)
  • Solomon Palevsky m. Scheine Doba (Jennie) Rudinsky
  • George Palefsky (~1894-1958) m. Ida Wunderlich (~1898-1974) - 18-Jul-1917
  • Daniel Palefsky (1918-) m. Lorraine (1925-1990)
  • Eli Palefsky (1920-2000)
  • Murray Palefsky (1926-1989) m. Marie (1936-)
  • Irving Palefsky (~1929-)
  • Bernard Palefsky (1931-1998) m. Anna R. (193?-?)
  • Hyman Palevsky m. Sylvia Sadigurska
  • Nettie Palevsky (~1897-1987) m. Irving Eisenberg (~1897-)
  • Mildred Eisenberg (~1921-) m. Mr. Berger

More about Chaim's family:

Isadore Palevsky was born around 1882 to Chaim Palevsky and Chaje Rubinstein. He arrived in New York on June 2, 1898 and was going to join his brother Jankel Palewsky, c/o M. Lipsman at 64 Rutgers Street. His wife, Ida, was also born around 1882 and immigrated to America around 1894. They married around 1902 in New York City. They had 4 children: Lillian (1905), Nettie (1906), Herbert (1912) and Jerome (1917). According to Nettie's September 27, 1906 birth record, the family was living at 104 Forsyth Street. When the 1920 census was taken, they were living at 37 Mott Street. And when the 1930 census was taken, they were living at 2095 Grand Blvd in the Bronx. Isadore was the owner of a cigar store in 1930.

Ida died on March 31, 1944 at Bellevue Hospital in Manhattan and is buried at Beth David Cemetery. Isidore died on June 25, 1949 and is also buried at Beth David Cemetery. Nettie died on May 20, 1976 and Lillian died on March 26, 1985 -- both are also buried at Beth David Cemetery.

George was born to Solomon & Jennie around 1894 in Russia and immigrated to the US around 1902. He married Ida Wunderlich in 1917. They had 5 sons, born between 1918 and 1931.

Hyman was born in Kobrin and immigrated to Cuba in the 1920s due to U.S. quota restrictions. There he met his wife, the former Sylvia Sadigurska. They had two daughters, both born in Cuba. The family immigrated to the U.S. in 1945.

Records for Chaim's family:

Census:
1910: Jacob, Jennie, Gertrude & Herman Polefsky - 11 Rutgers Street, Manhattan, NY
1920: Jacob, Jennie, Gertrude & Herman Polefsky - 68 Prince Street, Manhattan, NY

1900: Isaac "Bovalsky" (Palevsky) - 39 East Broadway, Manhattan, NY
1905: Isadore, Ida & Lillie "Polafsky" - 85/87 Orchard Street, Manhattan, NY
1910: Isidor, Ida, Lilly & Netta "Malofsar" (Palevsky) - 1958 Second Avenue, Manhattan, NY
1920: Isador, Ida, Lillian, Nettie, Herbert, Jerry - 39 ?
1930: Isador & Ida Palevsky - 2095 Grand Blvd, Bronx, NY
1930: Lillian A., Nettie B., Herbert & Jerom Palevsky - 2095 Grand Blvd, Bronx, NY

1920: George, Ida & David Palefsky - 136 Delancey Street, Manhattan, NY
1930: George, Ida, Daniel, Eli, Murray & Irving Palefsky - 106 Centre Street, Ellenville, NY
Immigration:
1898-Jun-2: Israel Palewsky, going to brother Jankel Palewsky c/o M. Lipsman, 64 Rutgers Street.
1913-Sep-7 (page 1, page 2, detained): Necke Palewski, to brother Gersch Polewski c/o uncle Morris Lipsman, from father Sam(?) Palewski, Kobrin.
1930-Jul-05 (page 1, page 2): Sima Sadigurska Palevsky & daughter Raquel Palevsky.
1935-Apr-15 (page 1): Chaim Palewzki
Military:
1918-Sep-12: Isidor Palewsky WWI Draft Registration
1917/1918: George "Pollasky", WWI Draft Registration - 77 Ludlow Street, Manhattan
Naturalization:
1904-May-20: Isidor Palevsky, 156 Madison Street, Cigar maker
Vital Records:
18-Jul-1917 (page 1, page 2): 1st Marriage Certificate for George Pollasky & Ida Wunderlich
4-Nov-1917 (page 1, page 2): 2nd Marriage Certificate for George Pollasky & Ida Wunderlich
Gravestones:

Jacob Palewsky
Union Field Cemetery
Ridgewood, NY

Jennie Palewsky
Union Field Cemetery
Ridgewood, NY

Herbert Palewsky
Union Field Cemetery
Ridgewood, NY

Ester Palevsky de Bill
Cementerio Tablada, Parte Vieja
Buenos Aires, Argentina

George & Ida Palefsky
Union Field Cemetery
Ridgewood, NY

George Freedman
Union Field Cemetery
Ridgewood, NY

Gertrude Freedman
Union Field Cemetery
Ridgewood, NY


Records not yet located:

George's immigration record
George's 1910 census
George's naturalization papers
George's death certificate
Ida's immigration record
Ida's death certificate
Jacob's immigration record
Jacob's 1900 census
Jacob's 1910 census
Molly's immigration
Molly's marriage
Argentina immigration records
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