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1  Hoysradt, Caroline (I22236)
2 Kalamazoo County Clerk's Marriage Record Book 10, page 10, doc. #23201. Groom Walter Lee ROSENBAUM; age 26; occ Manufacturing; res Kalamazoo; prev marriages 0; POB Kalamazoo, Mich; father Louis ROSENBAUM; mother Amanda FROSHIN(sic). Bride Hannah VALENTINE FRIEDMAN; age 23; res Kalamazoo, Mich; prev marriages 0; POB Cincinnati, Ohio; father Herman FRIEDMAN; mother Julia VALENTINE. DOM 8 July 1924; POM Kalamazoo, Mich; official Philip F. Waterman, Rabbi; wits Lester T. ROSENBAUM & Philip FRIEDMAN both of Kalamazoo. (Posted by a VOLUNTEER-NO family connection) Mrs. Hannah Koch - Ex-Local Resident Dies at 71, word has reached here of the death of a former Kalamazoo resident, Mrs. Alfred (Hannah) Koch, 71, who died recently in Hollywood, Fla. Mrs. Koch was the mother of James V. Rosenbaum, vice-president of Kazoo, Inc. and president of the YMCA. She lived here from 1922 to 1950. She was the daughter of Herman Friedman, proprietor of Peoples Outfitter Co., and managed her father's business during World War II. The company was subsequently sold to Leath Furniture Co. on N. Burdick Street. In additional to her husband and son, Mrs. Koch is survived by one brother, Philip Friedman of Miami, Fla; one daughter, Judy R. Hirsch of New York City and three grandchildren. Funeral services will be held in Florida. source: Kalamazoo Gazette Tues 28 March 1972 (submitted by a volunteer, no family connection) Friedman, Hannah Valentine (I5156)
3 President of the University of North Carolina A.E.C. Gray, Gordon (I36217)
4 Jones, Margaret E. (I3105)
5 . Loeb dies after few days' illness.
   Passes away last night at his home.
     Leon Loeb, business man of Montgomery, died at 9:30 o'clock last night at his residence, 221 Clayton Street, after an illness of only a few days. Mr. Loeb was taken suddenly ill last Saturday and later pneumonia symptoms were recognized.
     Mr. Loeb was about 70 years of age and had been a resident of Montgomery for more than forty years. He was connected with the Winter-Loeb Company, a large wholesale firm of this city.
     Surviving relatives are his widow, two daughters, Miss Carrie Loeb and Miss Adele Loeb, and one son, Ralph Loeb, all of them residents of Montgomery. Funeral arrangements will be announced later.

February 1, 1923
     Funeral services for Leon Loeb, who passed away Wednesday night, will be held from the late residence, 221 Clayton Street, Thursday morning at 10:30 o'clock. Interment will be in Oakwood Cemetery. Montgomery Advertiser 
Loeb, Leon (I4718)
6 .....Lewis Alexander Hart served as President of the Spanish and Portuguese Synagogue in 1891, and was for several years Treasurer of the congregation. .....He was for a while lecturer on notarial practice at McGill University. ------------------------ Extracts from The Canadian Biographical Dictionary and Portrait Gallery of Eminent and Self Made Men. 1881. American Biographical Publishing Co., New York, Chicago and Toronto, pp.304-305:-

Lewis Alexander Hart received his early education at Mr. Lawlor's school in Three Rivers until his 12th year, then on to Montreal Collegiate School. There for 3 years, head monitor of school in last year; took captain's prize at midsummer examination of 1862. In September 1862, he matriculated in the Faculty of Arts in McGill College, at the age of 15. In the 1st session took for English essay prize and obtained certificates for first class standing in Hebrew and English literature. B.A. in May 1866, M.A. 1869. His M.A. thesis "On Substitutions" was regarded as showing a very high degree of merit and ability. Then began study of notarial profession in office of Theodore Doucet, notary, at Montreal. On to faculty of law in McGill College, graduating BCL in spring 1869, 1st in class in Roman law, in the special examination for the gold medal. Shortly before completion of his 22nd year, admitted to practice of notarial profession.

On 26 June 1880, Lewis Hart was appointed by the Royal Institution Governors of McGill College as Lecturer, Theory & Practice of Notarial Deeds & Proceedings. He was also confirmed as a member of the Faculty Law in the university. He was at that time the only (i.e. the first) notary ever appointed as a professor in the McGill Law Faculty. 
Hart, Lewis Alexander (I27400)
7 " In Charleston, SC, debtor's prison 1745" Solomons, Moses (I21792)
8 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Churchill, Winston Leonard Spencer (I788)
9 ",,,a former Kalamazoo College tennis coach; credited with bringing the United States Tennis Association boys' tennis championship from Culver, IN to Kalamazoo.  He is in the United States Tennis Hall of Fame".  From Harriet's obituary in the Kalamazoo Gazette. Stowe, Allen ("Doc") (I5408)
10 "...a junior tennis star during the 1940's.  During her high school years, Mrs. Rosenbaum was ranked second in the U.S. in junior doubles and sixth in singles.  She also played tennis at Kalamazoo College, from which she graduated in 198 with a degree in speech.  (She) received a master's degree in education from Northern Michigan University in 1971.  She served 18 years as a member of the Ishpeming school board, of which she was president three times.  She was involved with a number of boards and organizations including the Michigan Associations of Community Mental Health, the Great Lakes Recovery Center for abused spouses,, Ishpeming Commission on Aging and Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays."  From obituary, Kalamazoo Gazette. Stowe, Harriet Elizabeth (I5111)
11 "...died...after an illness of nine months.  She was graduated from the high school in (Marcellus), after which she spent two years at the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music".  Kalamazoo Gazette obituary. Stern, Carolyn (I5073)
12 "...moved with his parents to Kalamazoo in 1933". Orwin, Walter Lawrence "Duke" (I5190)
13 "(He) died of complications following hip surgery.  Mike received his bachelor's degree and his Doctorate of Jurisprudence from the University of Michigan.  He practiced law in Chicago for six years; then, returned to Kalamazoo where he worked as President of Kalamazoo Pant Company/Redwood & Ross.  He retired to Sarasota, FL, where he was an active volunteer in many charitable organizations."  Kalamazoo Gazette obituary. Rosenbaum, Sylvan "Mike" S. (I5074)
14 "11th Baron of Digby" Digby, Edward Kenelm 11th Baron Digby of Dorset (I780)
15 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Digby, Edward Henry Kenelm (I783)
16 "16th Duke of Norfolk" KG, GCVO, GBE, TD, PC,
Fitzalan-Howard, Sir Bernard Marmaduke 16th Duke of Norfolk, Earl of Arundel and Surrey (I775)
17 "1st Lt. (Rev.)*
*Established Revolutionary Ancestor" 
Jones, James Morris (I1206)
18 "2nd Baron Aberdare of Duffryn" Bruce, Major Henry Campbell 2nd Baron Aberdare of Duffryn (I731)
19 "3rd Baron Belper" Strutt, Algernon Henry 3rd Baron Belper (I762)
20 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Strutt, Richard Henry (I776)
21 "5th Baronette" Abdy, Sir Robert Edward Henry (I752)
22 "6th Earl of Rosebery" Primrose, Albert Edward Harry Mayer Archibald 6th Earl of Rosebery (I767)
23 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Primrose, Lord Neil Archibald 7th Earl of Rosebery (I770)
24 "a christian woman" Unknown (I342)
25 "a christian" Bacon, Allyn (I23273)
26 "a convert" Simonson, Gertrude (I22483)
27 "a cripple" Zuntz, Uriah (I22505)
28 "a jewess" Goodman, Sophie (I26935)
29 "a Maori Princess" Unknown (I49106)
30 "A ship-broker, who engaged passage for emigrants" Tobias (I37996)
31 "a xian" (christian) Unknown (I39039)
32 "An English girl from Jamaica" Ravencamp, Elizabeth (I43674)
33 "an Israelite in whom was no guile." Lopez, David Jr. (I2059)
34 "Attended Michigan State University from 1948 to 1951, and was a member of the Tri-Delta sorority.  She was a member of First Presbyterian Church where she taught Sunday school; a member of the First Tuesday Club of Kalamazoo and the Douglas Garden Club.  She was co-owner of the Old Post Yarn Works in Saugatuck in the 1980's."  From Kalamazoo Gazette obituary. Christiansen, Alice Mae "Christy" (I5160)
35 "Attorney General & Cheif Justice of the Bahamas" Franks, Moses (I701)
36 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Conrad, Barnaby Jr. (I990)
37 "b. & d. before 1811" Hart, Ephraim Ascher (I28169)
38 "Baltimore clothier" Ezekiel, Joseph (I38002)
39 "Baroness Spencer-Churchill" Hozier, Clementine Ogilvy Baroness (I790)
40 "Belonged to a once wealthy family, now extinct." - Elzas Elizer, Eleazer (I3189)
41 "Belonged to a once wealthy family, now extinct." Elzas Elizer, Eleazer (I3189)
42 "Benefactor of New Orleans"

See Isaac Delgado family - Mordy Knowles collection- not merged 14 Jul 2009 
Delgado, Isaac (I35015)
43 "Benjamin became a settler of Newport, Rhode Island." Levy, Benjamin (I414)
44 "Bob was in the Navy" Family F8730
45 "born in Berkhoff, near Bremen, Germany" Abrahams, Alexander Hezekiel (I693)
46 "Boston 1711 - 1740" Asher, Michael (I437)
47 "Brough to NY in his early teens from Jamaica, BWI"
Endenizened 29 Dec 1714; Freeman 7 Jun 1715 
Gomez, Mordicia (I3182)
48 "Bur. Union Filed of Cong. Rodeph Sholom" Jackson, Mariam (I1899)
49 "Buried in a Family Plot" in Salt Lake City" Watters, Dr. Leon Laizer (I41967)
50 "buried in Section 5, Site 7025" Raum, Marie A. (I2914)

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