Loebel Jacob Cohn
Leather trader (1819); baker (1823); resident (1821, 1825 and 1830); baker (1823); trader (1827); in Langendorf throughout this period.
JRI-Poland records the family's move from Tost to Gross Strehlitz in November 1830. These records refer to the family as "KATZ/COHN" and identify Loebel's father as Hirschel Loebel Katz. We can therefore see a transition from the father's name (Katz) to Cohn.
A death certificate for an unmarried Goldine Cohn names her parents as Loebel Cohn and Rosalie Bloch; the latter likely equating to Sprinze Bloch; this Goldine was born in Kadlub and her death was reported by Michaelis Namm. A Cilly Cohn geb. Namm reported the death of Dorothea Namm geb. Cohn, wife of Michaelis Namm, also born in Kadlub and daughter of Loebel Cohn and Handel Loch.
This record was last updated on 04/03/2019 at 23:57