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22. ESTELLE4 ISAACS (MYER SAMUEL3, SAMUEL MYER2, MYER SAMUEL1) was born 1876, and died 1934. She married ADAM FRANK. He was born 1869, and died 1956.

Children of ESTELLE ISAACS and ADAM FRANK are:
i. MAJORIE5 FRANK, b. November 03, 1907; d. 1975.
ii. JANET FRANK, died at about age 5
50. iii. ADAM FRANK, b. January 18, 1912 and d. April 17, 2003, Maryland, USA.

23. LEWIS MONTEFIORE4 ISAACS (MYER SAMUEL3, SAMUEL MYER2, MYER SAMUEL1) was born 1877 in New York, New York, USA and died December 12, 1944. He married EDITH JULIET RICH, daughter of ADOLF RICH and ROSA SEIDENBERG. She was born 1878 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA and died January 10, 1956.

Notes for LEWIS MONTEFIORE ISAACS: Lewis M. Isaacs was born in New York City in 1877. He joined the family law firm, M.S. & I.S. Isaacs, in 1903. He was secretary and treasurer of the Beethoven Association and director of the Musicians Foundation and the Edward Macdowell Association. He wrote songs and compositions for piano and orchestra as well as books on music. He was also trustee of the Isaacs family synagogue, Temple Shaarei Tefila and a member and officer of several bar associations.

Source: Encyclopedia Judaica, Vol. 9

More About LEWIS MONTEFIORE ISAACS: Job: Lawyer and musician

Notes for EDITH JULIET RICH: Edith Rich Isaacs was active in the theatrical world. Born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, she became a literary editor of the "Milwaukee Sentinel" in 1903 and wrote drama criticism of periodicals. Later she was the editor and business manager of the quarterly "Theater Arts Magazine," which became the "Theatre Arts Monthly" in 1924. She edited "Theatre" (1927), a collection of essays; "Plays of American Life and Fantasy" (1929); and "Architect for the New Theatre" (1935), another collection of essays. She also wrote "American Theatre in Social and Educational Life: a Survey of its Needs and Opportunities" (1932) and "Negro in the American Theatre" (1947).
Source: Encyclopedia Judaica, Vol. 9
More About EDITH JULIET RICH: Job: Writer, editor; Res: New York, New York, USA

Children of LEWIS ISAACS and EDITH RICH are:
51. i. MARIAN5 ISAACS, b. March 31, 1906.
52. ii. LEWIS ISAACS, b. 1908; d. 1997.
iii. HERMINE ISAACS, b. August 16, 1915; d. 1968; m. ROBERT POPPER.

24. STANLEY MYER4 ISAACS (MYER SAMUEL3, SAMUEL MYER2, MYER SAMUEL1) was born September 27, 1882 in New York, NY, and died July 12, 1962 in New York, NY. He married EDITH SOMBORN, daughter of JULIUS SOMBORN and HELEN STIRN. She was born June 18, 1884, and died 1978 in New York, NY.

Notes for STANLEY MYER ISAACS:
A Republican, Isaacs was elected as president of the Borough of Manhattan in 1938 on the La Guardia fusion ticket, and served through 1941. As borough president, he was responsible for the construction of the Franklyn D. Roosevelt Memorial Drive and reducing the borough's budget by 25% over four years.
He was denied renomination after a controversy over appointing a communist to his staff; instead, in 1941 he ran and was elected as an independent to the New York City Council, where he served until his death. For many years, he was the only Republican on the Council.
He was active in many progressive causes, including housing improvements, laws prohibiting racial discrimination in housing, and the Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy (now known as Peace Action). He was also active in settlement houses that helped newly-arrived immigrants to New York, including the Educational Alliance and United Neighborhood Houses; Jewish charities, including Federation of Jewish Philanthropies of New York, and the United Jewish Appeal of Greater New York. The Stanley M. Isaacs Neighborhood Center in Manhatten is named in his honor.

Notes for EDITH SOMBORN: Edith Somborn Isaacs was born in New York City on June 18, 1884. She was educated in New York City and graduated from Barnard College with honors. She served as campaign manager for Stanley Isaacs for the last 25 years of their 52-year marriage. She served on board of Women's City Club of New York, Honorary Chairman of Stanley M. Isaacs Neighborhood Center, and served on boards of several other charitable organizations. She was a prolific writer of stories, plays and jingles. In 1967, she wrote "Love Affair With A City," a memoir about her husband Stanley M. Isaacs. She died in 1978.

Children of STANLEY ISAACS and EDITH SOMBORN are:
53. i. MYRON SAMUEL5 ISAACS, b. June 13, 1911, New York, NY; d. September 13, 1988, White Plains, NY, USA.
54. ii. HELEN (Casey) ISAACS, b. January 01, 1913; d. November 24, 2000, New York, NY, USA.

25. ISABELLE4 ISAACS (ISAACS.3, SAMUEL MYER2, MYER SAMUEL1) was born 1879, and died July 02, 1924. She married EDGAR A. LEVY.

Children of ISABELLE ISAACS and EDGAR LEVY are:
55. i. JULIEN5 LEVY, b. 1906; d. 1981.
56. ii. EDGAR I. LEVY, b. March 27, 1908; d. 1975.
57. iii. ELIZABETH LEVY, b. 1913.

26. FREDERICK MYER4 ISAACS (MYER LEWIS3, LEWIS MYER2, MYER SAMUEL1) (Source: e-mail from Elizabeth (Liz) Ann Foord, Sept. 14, 1997.) was born 1874, and died December 27, 1951 in London, England. He married IDA LOTTIE LOWENSTEIN on June 21, 1905. She was born 1877 and died April 15, 1940 in 142 Hendon Lane, Finchley, London,England.

More About FREDERICK ISAACS: Job: Worked for Ensign Cameras

Children of FREDERICK MYER ISAACS and IDA LOWENSTEIN are:
58. i. GILBERT FREDERICK5 ISAACS, b. 1906; d. 1999.
59. ii. TERENCE MYER ISAACS, b. December 29, 1910, London, England; d. August 09, 1970, Cowbridge, Glamorgan, Wales.
60. iii. ELIZABETH JULIA ISAACS.

27. SAMUEL4 JOSEPH LEVI (ANN3 ISAACS, LEWIS MYER2, MYER SAMUEL1) was born 1864 in Hackney, Middlesex, England. He married MABEL LYONS. He later changed his name to Lever

Children of SAMUEL LEVI and MABEL LYONS are:
61. i. ARNOLD5 LEVER, b. 1903; m. ELIZABETH NATHAN.
62. ii. ERIC LEVER, b. 1897; m. GLADYS JACOBS.
More about ERIC LEVER: Emigrated: South Africa

28. EDMUND 4 LEVI (ANN3 ISAACS, LEWIS MYER2, MYER SAMUEL1) was born July 02, 1866 in Hackney, Middlesex, England. He married JOHANNA GERS 1896 in Nurenberg, Germany, daughter of JULIUS GERS and FREDERICKA BLUMENTHAL. She was born in Hope Town, South Africa, and died 1918 in Griquatown, South Africa.

Notes for EDMUND HARRY LEVI: At age 26, he left England for Kimberly, South Africa where he had been offered employment with a firm. Upon arriving in Kimberly, he found the firm in liquidation. But he met a farmer, shopkeeper and hotel proprietor named Mr. Wright, who offered him a job (Source: account from daughter Frieda). After working with Mr. Wright for some years, he left for Mazielsfontein, where his new employer was Juius Gers, who originally was from Germany. He courted and married the Gers daughter, Johanna Gers. They were married in 1906 in Nuremberg, Germany, where Johanna had been sent to finish her education. The couple lived in Griquatown and had 12 children. He was taken prisoner during the Boer War. He changed his name to Lee around 1940, and was babtised in the Christian church at the age of 78 adn buried as a Christian. His jobs included Merchant, shopkeeper, holtelier and Mayor of Griquatown.

Children of EDMUND LEVI and JOHANNA GERS are:
i. FRITZ5 LEVI, went missing and d. 1917 in World War I.
ii. HARRY LEVI, d. 1918 when he arrived home from World War I and contracted the Spanish Flu after suffering from mustard gas poisoning during the war.
63. iii. ANNIE LEVI, b. June 01, 1900; d. November 17, 1984, Johannesburg, South Africa.
64. iv. FRIEDA LEVI, b. August 02, 1901.
65. v. ARTHUR LEVI, b. 1904; d. 1992.
66. vi. RALPH BRUCE LEVI, b. July 21, 1906, Griquatown, South Africa; d. 1950, Betty's Bay, Capetown, South Arfica.
vii. HERBERT CAREY LEVI, b. 1907; d. October 07, 1995, Seattle, Washington, USA; m. ESTELLE LOMBARDIN.
More About HERBERT CAREY LEVI and ESTELLE LOMBARDIN: Res.: Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.; she lived until age 101. The couple had no children. She had a job as history teacher
viii. CHARLES LEVI, b. January 15, 1915; d. 2001; m. ANNE POTGIETER. They had no children
67. ix. GLADYS LEVI, b. December 12, 1914; d. 1997, Johannesburg, South Africa.
68. x. ETHEL LEVI, b. October 06, 1915, Griquatown, South Africa; d. 2000.
69. xi. JOAN LEVI, b. February 06, 1916, Griquatown, South Africa; d. May 13, 1963.
70. xii. FRANK LEVI, b. August 10, 1917, Griquatown, South Africa; d. 2003.

29. JENNIE 4 LEVI (ANN3 ISAACS, LEWIS MYER2, MYER SAMUEL1) was born 1870 in Islington, Middlesex, England, and died July 18, 1921 in Trichardt, Transvaal, South Africa.. She married FREDERICK HERO SIMMONS 1892 in Cape Town, South Africa, son of HENRY SIMMONS and ANNIE HARRIS. He was born May 05, 1866.

Notes for JENNIE LEVI: Jennie and her mother, Annie came by ship to Cape Town where Jennie and Frederick got married in 1892/3 and went to live in Hopetown, Cape Province where he practised medicine. Annie returned to live in England at some point after that.

Notes for FREDERICK HERO SIMMONS: Studied at Brighton College and later medicine at St. Bartholomew's Hospital. Went to HopeTown, South Africa after to practice medicine. He served as doctor for the army in the Boer War and later he had his own private practice in Johannesburg, before going to Trichardt in the Transvaal, where his wife Jennie died of pneumonia at the age of 52.

Children of JENNIE LEVI and FREDERICK HERO SIMMONS are:
71. i. HAROLD5 SIMMONS, b. March 13, 1899, Jeppe Street (on the ground the Moray House stands today), Johannasburg, South Africa.
ii. WILLIAM HERBERT SIMMONS, b. 1902; d. 1904 of tuberculosis he had contracted from unboiled milk.

30. MICHAEL (MICK) MORRIS4 LEWIS (REBECCA3 ISAACS, JACOB MYER2, MYER SAMUEL1) was born March 21, 1868, and died August 02, 1947. He married DAISY BOYD. She was born 1878, and died April 04, 1948.

Notes for MICHAEL MORRIS LEWIS: (Mick) Born 21/03/1868 (Tephilloth). Died 02/08/1947. Buried Row A4, Plot 19 in Old Hebrew Area, Waikumete Cemetery as advised by Mary Watson 28/03/99.Marriage: Michael Morris LEWIS 1897 Folio 3695 married Daisy BOYD. Probate: Michael Morris LEWIS died 12 Aug 1947 BBAE 1570 0978/47 Auckland.

More about MICHAEL MORRIS LEWIS: Michael commenced his commercial career working for a firm of jewellers, then with Kempthorne Prosser & Co., wholesale druggists. It was with the mercantile house of P. Hayman & Co., however, that he became so well identified. Their head office was in a handsome Edwardian commercial building on the north side of Customs St.,East, not far from Queen St., Auckland. (Still standing in 1999, identifiable by a plaque over the main entrance with intertwined letters "P.H." Sadly, the building will probably become a casualty of the Britomart development scheme.) He was variously Senior Traveller, Auckland Warehouse Manager, Wellington Manager and finally General Manager. He was well regarded in the commercial world of his day. In 1897 Michael married Daisy Boyd, born 1878, died 04/04/1948. I still (1999) have her engagement ring containing three rubies, said to be the best ring in Hayman & Co's stock at the time. She was regarded askance by the Lewis family because, although good looking, she was a Gentile and her antecedents were comparatively modest. Her non-Jewish status no doubt offended her mother-in-law Rebecca, daughter of a Rabbi. Her father was said to be the regimental tailor of an imperial regiment stationed in New Zealand during the Maori Wars. Her Mother was said to be French, her maiden name was Ceraneau or Cheraneau and she lived to be 100 or so.

(Source: Research by Graham Foster and sent by Mary Watson of New Zealand, Decembr 28, 2006, mary.watson@xtra.co.nz)

More About MICHAEL MORRIS LEWIS: Job: Mercantile house

Children of MICHAEL LEWIS and DAISY BOYD are:
i. THELMA5 LEWIS.
ii. REG LEWIS.

31. ANNIE4 LEWIS (REBECCA3 ISAACS, JACOB MYER2, MYER SAMUEL1) was born July 22, 1870 in Auckland, New Zealand, and died Abt. 1925. She married FREDERICK MYER SOLOMONS December 02, 1896 in Auckland, New Zealand. He was born Abt. 1868 in England.

Notes for ANNIE LEWIS: Annie was born in Auckland and married Frederick Myer Solomons (a tobacconist born in England about 1868) in Auckland 02/12/1896. They had three children, Doreen, Thelma and, according to a family Bible note (copy held by GFF), a girl Olive Meryl, born 31/12/1905, died 30/01/1906 and a boy, Ernest Louis, born 15/11/1907, died 24/12/1908. Ernest, according to Lorraine Elliott, Annie's great granddaughter, fell down stairs and broke his neck. The family moved to Sydney, Australia, in 1906 or 1907 after Frederick was declared bankrupt and to seek treatment for his tuberculosis. (There was little that could be done for the condition at that time other than extended hospitalisation and rest. It would be the 1940's before drugs such as penicillin would be available.) He ran a tobacconist shop in Pitt Street, Sydney and the family lived in the Mosman area. Frederick died in 1925 or 1926 and Annie committed suicide 6 weeks later, no doubt shattered by her husband's death, their frugal life and the earlier loss of two young children.

(Source: Research by Graham Foster and sent by Mary Watson of New Zealand, Decembr 28, 2006, mary.watson@xtra.co.nz)

Children of ANNIE LEWIS and FREDERICK SOLOMONS are:
i. DOREEN5 SOLOMONS.
ii. THEMLA SOLOMONS.

32. LILLIAN4 LEWIS (REBECCA3 ISAACS, JACOB MYER2, MYER SAMUEL1) was born January 23, 1876, and died November 17, 1962. She married T.A.L. LEN MITCHELL 1913. He was born January 23, 1876, and died November 17, 1962.

More About T.A.L. LEN MITCHELL: Education: Commercial traveller, grain and seed merchant; Emigrated: England

Children of LILLIAN LEWIS and T.A.L. MITCHELL are:
i. JOHN DESMOND5 MITCHELL, b. August 23, 1916; d. November 28, 1943, Crossing at Sangro River, Italy.
More About JOHN DESMOND MITCHELL: Bar Mitzvah: August 24, 1929
72. ii. PAULINE MITCHELL, b. March 15, 1920; d. February 10, 1997.
iii. ALAN GABRIEL MITCHELL, b. June 02, 1921.
More About ALAN GABRIEL MITCHELL: Job: Pilot & manufacturer of sports equipment

33. CORA MAY5 ISAACS (LEWIS<4, JACOB MYER3, MYER SAMUEL2, YZAAK1) was born January 08, 1871 in Connecticut, USA, and died April 14, 1969 in Florida, USA. She married ROBERT EUGENE BRAINARD April 19, 1893. He was born May 08, 1876 in Connecticut, USA, and died September 25, 1935 in New York, New York, USA.

Children of CORA ISAACS and ROBERT BRAINARD are:
73. i. DOROTHEA MAUD6 BRAINARD was born August 27, 1894 in Durham, Connecticut, USA and died October 10, 1969 in Rockville, Maryland, USA.
73b. ii. ERMA MADELON BRAINARD was born Novembger 8,1896 in Springfield, Massachusetts, USA and died February 15, 2001 in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA

34. VERA VICTORIA4 ISAACS (LEWIS3, JACOB MYER2, MYER SAMUEL>1) was born 1887 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. She married JOSEPH SAMUEL LEWIS 1908 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.

Children of VERA ISAACS and JOSEPH LEWIS are:
i. LEONOR5 LEWIS.
ii. JACQUELINE LEWIS.
iii. PETER MAURICE LEWIS.
iv. MAURA LEWIS.
v. CORALIE LEWIS.
vi. LOIS PHILLIPA LEWIS.

35. JACOB NATHAN4 ISAACS (NATHANIEL JOHN3, JACOB MYER2, MYER SAMUEL1) was born August 30, 1877 in Wellington, New Zealand, and died December 23, 1961 in Tauranga, Bay of Plenty, New Zealand. He married LILY OLDERSHAW ROBERTSON April 28, 1915 in Katoomba, Australia. She was born March 27, 1877 in Waltham Abby, Essex, England and died November 1, 1966.

Notes for JACOB NATHAN ISAACS: Jacob Nathan Isaacs' father died when he was quite young and his mother was left with six children to bring up on her own. For a time, Jacob was sent to live with Rabbi Van Staveren until his mother was more settled. When he turned 21 years of age, Jacob went to England for six months and stayed for five years. He studied photography at Ilford and when he came home had his own photographic studio. He eventually sold the business as his eye sight was not the best. When World War I broke out, he tried to enlist but was turned down because of his eyesight. He then went to Sydney, Australia and again tried to enlist but was again turned down. He became a traveling salesman for a time. While in Sydney, he met Lily Oldershaw Robertson and they became engaged and married. The two of them took over what is believed to be a dairy store. They moved to New Zealand around 1918 and settled in Eastbourne.

Notes for LILY OLDERSHAW ROBERTSON: Lily Oldershaw Robertson was born in Essex, England and came with her mother and brothers and sister to Australia when she was thirteen years of age. Her job was Shopkeeper, probably dairy store

Children of JACOB ISAACS and LILY ROBERTSON are:
74. i. JEAN KATE5 ISAACS, b. April 23, 1919; d. April 14, 1997.
75. ii. CLEMENTINA ISAACS, b. October 12, 1921, d. January 30, 2010.

36. DR. DAVID NATHAN4 ISAACS (NATHANIEL JOHN3, JACOB MYER2, MYER SAMUEL1)) (Source: (1) Family tree prepared by Elizabeth (Liz) Anne Foord in 1997., (2) "The First Jewish Cemetery: Colonial Jewry in Wellington", p.104., (3) "The First Jewish Cemetery: Colonial Jewry in Wellington", p.104.) was born December 09, 1882 in Wellington, New Zealand, and died 1977 in Rona Bay, Eastbourne, New Zealand. He married MAJORIE ROSE SAUNDERS. She was born August 13, 1891 and died in February 19, 1966.

Notes for DR. DAVID NATHAN ISAACS: David Nathan Isaacs was a dental surgeon who was born in Wellington, New Zealand on December 9, 1882, the son of Nathan John and Kate Isaacs.
In April 1915, during World War I, New Zealand established the New Zealand Stationary Hospital which was stationed in Port Said, Egypt. Isaacs served as quartermaster as well as dentist. In September 1915, he was promoted to captain. In October 1915, the hospital was dispatched on the ship Marquette to Salonika in northern Greece to enter the war on the Allies' side. However, 60 miles short of the goal, the ship was torpedoed. Isaacs, who saw the torpedo heading toward the ship, survived, although nearly 170 people were drowned. Eventually replacement people and equipment were brought forward, and the hospital was established in Salonika. Later it was sent to Amiens in France.
After the war, he returned to New Zealand in 1919 and remained an officer on the Reserve List until compulsory retirement in 1948. After the war, he lived at Rona Bay, Eastbourne. He married out of the faith, and died in 1977 at the age of 94.

Source: "A Standard for the People," Wellington Jews at Gallipoli

His initial training in dentistry was in Wellington, before New Zealand had a Dental School. He was admitted to the Dentists' Register in 1904, after three years' apprenticeship. He then studied in London and Toronto, and was awarded DDS by the University of Toronto in 1906. When he returned to New Zealand that year, he set up practice as a dental surgeon in Wellington. In August 1914, he joined the Advance Party of the N.Z. Expeditionary Force, as a dentist in the Medical Corps, that went to Samoa to take over the German Radio Station there. He was awarded the MBE in 1919 for his military service. He remained an officer on the Reserve List until 1948 (not in the territorial force). He resumed his dental practice in Wellington after the war. In 1922, he married Marjorie Rose Saunders. She was born on August 13, 1891 and died in February 19, 1966. They lived in Eastbourne from 1924. He retired in 1957.

Source: e-mail from Dave Isaacs, January 12, 2005<

Children of DAVID ISAACS and MAJORIE SAUNDERS are:
i. RICHARD EDWARD5 ISAACS, b. April 23, 1923; d. October 14, 1943, Accidentally killed on active service with Royal New Zealand Air Force.

Notes for Richard Edward ISAACS: Serial Number: NZ423975; RNZAF Trade: Equipment Assistant (Petrol); Date of Enlistment: 1942; Rank Achieved: Leading Aircraftsman; Personal Details: Son of Dr. David Nathan Isaacs, and of Marjorie Rose Isaacs (nee Saunders), of Eastbourne, Lower Hutt. He attended Wellington College up to Matriculation standard, and he enjoyed playing football, tennis, swimming and athletics.
Richard attempted to join the RNZAF, applying on the 1st of August 1940, whilst he was still at college. However he was rejected on the grounds that he was unfit for aircrew. He then took a job with Caltex Ltd. He also became a member of the 3rd Battalion North Wellington Regiment of the Territorial Army for a short period in 1942 before again trying the RNZAF.
Service Details: Richard joined the RNZAF at RNZAF Station Rongotai on the 14th of September 1942, transferring from the Territorial Army. Rather than the aircrew trade he'd originally hoped for, he was enlisted as an Equipment Assistant (Petrol). A fortnight after enlisting he transferred to RNZAF Station Woodbourne, where on the 5th of October he was reclassified with the rank of AC1, and LAC on the same date.
In January 1943 he was posted to RNZAF Station Rukuhia. He was one of the airmen who would be rostered on to guard the AR9 fuel depot in Cambridge, and it seems that when on duty there he was under the jurisdiction of RNZAF Hamilton's Transport Section.
Details of Death: At 02.40hrs on the morning of the 14th of October 1943 a fire was discovered that had broken out in the barrack hut at AR9, Cambridge where the two guards normally slept. The fire was blazing fiercely and soon the building was completely destroyed. Cambridge Police Constables H.C. Maisey and F. Solly searched the ruins and found the charred body of LAC Richard Isaacs,. He was just 20 years old.
Buried at: Richard was buried in the Karori Cemetery in Wellington, grave reference 12. I/3. (S).
[source: http://www.cambridgeairforce.org.nz/Richard%20Isaacs.htm]

76. ii. SUZANNE CARGILL ISAACS, b. July 10, 1927, Wellington, New Zealand.
77. iii. DAVID CARGILL ISAACS, b. July 21, 1929, Wellington, New Zealand.
78. iv. COLIN JOHN ISAACS, b. January 17, 1931, Wellington, New Zealand.

37. SAMUEL4 LELYVELD (FANNY3 ISAACS, JACOB MYER2, MYER SAMUEL1) (Source: Family tree prepared by Elizabeth (Liz) Anne Foord in 1997.) was born October 20, 1895 in Leigh-on-Sea, England, and died January 28, 1940 in Lancs and was buried February 1, 1940, East Ham Cemetary. He married EMILY KATE COLVIN. She was born 1895 in London, England, and died about 1989.

More About SAMUEL LELYVELD: Burial: February 01, 1940, East Ham Cemetary

Child of SAMUEL LELYVELD and EMMY COLVIN is:
79. i. EDNA FRANCES5 LELYVELD, b. January 23, 1922, London, England.

38. JACOB HIRAM SAMUEL4 ISAACS (SAMUEL3, JACOB MYER2, MYER SAMUEL1)) was born about 1884. He married ETHEL LOUISE WINIFRED WILLIAMS.

Notes for JACOB HIRAM SAMUEL ISAACS:
Jacob Isaacs at some point changed his name to Jack Ingram (a fact only discovered shortly before 2004 according to e-mails from June Ingleby).

Child of JACOB ISAACS and ETHEL WILLIAMS is:
80. i. BARBARA5 ISAACS, b. 1906.

39. JUDGE MARTIN4 ISAACS (?3, DAVID MYER2, MYER SAMUEL1) (Source: e-mail from Kathryn Berman, August 08, 2000.). He m class="bodytext">Child of JUDGE ISAACS and KITTY is:
i. ALEXANDER5 ISAACS.

40. DR.4 ISAACS (?3, DAVID MYER2, MYER SAMUEL1) (Source: e-mail from Kathryn Berman, August 08, 2000.).

Child of DR. ISAACS is:
i. ALEXANDER5 ISAACS.

41. MIRIAM4 JOSEPHI (RACHEL3 ISAACS, DAVID MYER2, MYER SAMUEL1) (Source: e-mail from Kathryn Berman, August 08, 2000.). She married ALFRED STAHL.

Child of MIRIAM JOSEPHI and ALFRED STAHL is:
i. HENRY5 STAHL.

42. EVA4 JOSEPHI (RACHEL3 ISAACS, DAVID MYER2, MYER SAMUEL1) (Source: e-mail from Kathryn Berman, August 08, 2000.). She married HENRY LICHTENSTEIN.

Children of EVA JOSEPHI and HENRY LICHTENSTEIN are:
i. MONTAGUE5 LICHTENSTEIN, d. May 03, 1917, Battle of Arras.
ii. RACHEL LICHTENSTEIN.
iii. BEATRICE LICHTENSTEIN.

43. ERNEST4 JOSEPHI (RACHEL3 ISAACS, DAVID MYER2, MYER SAMUEL1)(Source: e-mail from Kathryn Berman, August 8, 2000) died January 23, 1917. He married MINNIE LOUISA.

More About ERNEST HENRY JOSEPHI: Job: Lieutenant H.M. Army

Children of ERNEST JOSEPHI and MINNIE LOUISA are:
i. RENE5 JOSEPHI.
81. ii. HARRY JOSEPHI.
82. iii. LEONARD JOSEPHI.

44. DAVID4 LICHTENSTEIN (JULIA3 ISAACS, DAVID MYER2, MYER SAMUEL1) He married MABEL NATHAN.

Child of DAVID LICHTENSTEIN and MABEL NATHAN is:
83. i. VICTOR5 LICHTENSTEIN.

45. ESTHER4 (TESSIE) LICHTENSTEIN (JULIA3 ISAACS, DAVID MYER2, MYER SAMUEL1) She married SAMUEL LIPKIN (Source: e-mail from Kathryn Berman, August 08, 2000.).

Child of ESTHER LICHTENSTEIN and SAMUEL LIPKIN is:
84. i. JOYCE JULIA LEAH5 LIPKIN, b. October 12, 1922.

46. JACOB LEWIS4 LICHTENSTEIN (JULIA3 ISAACS, DAVID MYER2, MYER SAMUEL1) was born June 27, 1886 in Cheetham Lancs, England, and died February 07, 1947 in Salford, England. He married (1) REBECCA TENERN. She was born 1886 in Romania, and died 1937 in Manchester, England. He married (2) VICTORIA BRISK.

Child of JACOB LEWIS LICHTENSTEIN and RITA TENERN is:
85. i. GEOFFREY LAWRENCE MARCUS5 LICHTENSTEIN, b. April 10, 1919, Prestwich Lancs, England; d. June 22, 1984, Lancaster, England.

47. EVA4 LICHTENSTEIN (JULIA3 ISAACS, DAVID MYER2, MYER SAMUEL1) She married MICHAEL MICHAELS. He was born in Salonika.

Child of EVA LICHTENSTEIN and MICHAEL MICHAELS is:
86. i. JOAN5 MICHAELS.

48.PEARL4 HAYSACK (BARNARD (BARNETT) DAVID3, ISAACS, DAVID MYER2, MYER SAMUEL1) (Source: e-mail from Kathryn Berman, August 08, 2000.). She married FRANK LEVI.

Child of PEARL HAYSACK and FRANK LEVI is:
i. RONALD5 LEVI.

49. ESTHER MAY (MASSIE)4 HAYSACK (BARNETT3 ISAACS, DAVID MYER2, MYER SAMUEL1) (Source: Letter from Colin Harbury, Feb. 12, 1998.) was born 1887, and died 1948. She married HENRY WALTER HAARBURGER (Source: Letter from Colin Harbury, Feb. 12, 1998.). He was born 1878, and died 1951. He changed his name to Harbury around 1914.

More About ESTHER MAY HAYSACK: Job: Actress in theatres in London and the provinces. Her stage name was May Haysac.
More About HENRY WALTER HAARBURGER: Job: Member London stock exchange - stockjobber = wholesaler

Child of ESTHER HAYSACK and HENRY HAARBURGER is:
87. i. COLIN5 HARBURY, b. December 21, 1922.

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