Descendant tree for Josef:
Morris Pelefsky (~1879-1958)
m. Anna (~1885-1965)
Fay (Fannie) Pelefsky
m. Lou Kantor
Celia Pelefsky (~1910-1978)
m. Herbert Ravett
Jean (Jennie) Pelefsky
m. S. Rosenblum
m. David Lipton
Al Parker (Abraham Pelefsky)
Sadie/Shirley Pelefsky (1920-)
m. Aaron Dubin
Dorothy Pelefsky (1923-2005)
m. Mr. Fuchsman
More about Josef's family:
Morris Palewsky, born July 15, 1879 in Grodno. Wife Anna born May 15, 1885. Children Fannie born Nov 16, 1909, Celia born Dec 27, 1910, Jennie born Aug 16, 1912 all in Russia. Bella born Aug 8, 1914 NY. Abraham born Aug 30, 1915 NY, Sadie/Shirley Jan 5, 1920 NY. Dottie born 1923.
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page2), S.S. Potsdam, Holland to New York. Moische, Hessie, Chinie, Cipe & Henie Palewski, with Berl Rubin. Last residence Ekaterinoslav, but Moische was born in "Koblin" (Kobrin?). Moische's father Josef Palewski remained behind in Ekaterinoslav. They were going to Hessie's father Solomon Rubin at 301 East 100th Street, New York.
1920: Morris, Annie, Fannie, Celia, Jennie, Bella, Abraham & Sadie Pelefsky - 1976 2nd Avenue, Manhattan, NY
1930: Morris, Anna, Fay, Cecelia, "Eugene", Bella, Abraham, Shirley & Dorothy "Plelsky" - 640 East 139th Street, Bronx, NY
1918-Sep-12: Moris Palewsky, WWI Draft Registration
1942-Apr-25 (page 1, page 2): Morris Palafsky, WWII Draft Registration
New York Times, 25-Apr-1958: Morris Pelefsky. Husband of Anna, father of Fay Kantor, Celia Ravett, Jean Rosenblum, Belle Lipton, Al Parker, Shirley Palefsky, Dorothy Fuchsman. Loving grandfather. Services today, Forest Park Chapel.
Syracuse Herald-Journal, 27-Oct-1965: Anna Pelefsky in NYC. Daughters Mrs. Dorothy Fuchsman, Mrs. Lou Kantor, Mrs. David Lipton, Mrs. Herbert Ravett, Mrs. S. Rosenblum and Mrs. Aaron Dubin, son Al Parker, 8 grandchildren. Funeral 28-Oct in NYC.
Syracuse Post Standard, 29-Aug-2005: Dorothy Fuchsman, 82, a resident of Syracuse for 45 years, died Saturday, August 27, 2005, at the Jewish Home at Menorah Park. Mrs. Fuchsman was a sales associate with Dey Brother's until her retirement in 1983. She was a member of Temple Beth El and its Sisterhood. Survived by her husband of 57 years, Paul Fuchsman; son, Alan Fuchsman; daughters, Joan and Rita Fuchsman; sister, Shirley Dubin; and two grandchildren, Maddie and Dillon Fuchsman. Funeral services will be conducted Tuesday, August 30, 2005, at 2 p.m. at Birnbaum Funeral Chapel. Friends may call on Tuesday from 1 to 2 p.m. at the chapel, 1909 East Fayette Street. Burial will be in Beth El Cemetery. Contributions may be made to Temple Beth El or Koman Cancer Fund. Birnbaum Funeral Service, Inc.
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