ROSENTHAL Rachel Ellen


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Generation: 1

  1. 1.  ROSENTHAL Rachel Ellen

Generation: 2

  1. 2.  ROSENTHAL Steven Warren

    Steven married MALISOFF Pamela Lynn [Group Sheet]

  2. 3.  MALISOFF Pamela Lynn
    1. 1. ROSENTHAL Rachel Ellen
    2. ROSENTHAL Maxwell Adam (Yekusiel Aaron)

Generation: 3

  1. 4.  ROSENTHAL Howard Albert (Chaim Hersch)

    Howard married ISAACSON Beverly Sophie (Shifra Bailey) [Group Sheet]

  2. 5.  ISAACSON Beverly Sophie (Shifra Bailey)
    1. 2. ROSENTHAL Steven Warren
    2. ROSE Mina (nee Marcia Gail)
    3. ROSENTHAL Yaffa (nee Janice Lynn)

Generation: 4

  1. 10.  ISAACSON Erwin was born 5 Nov 1910, Chicago, Illinois (son of ISAACSON Zelik Zev Wolff and LIPKIN Lena Deena); died 29 Dec 1983, Phoenix, Arizona; was buried , Westlawn, Chicago, Illinois.


    Erwin was born in Michael Reese hospital at the time his parents were
    living at Newberry
    & Maxwell Sts. When Erwin was a child his family moved to 1102 S. Wood
    St. near Yeaton which is now Grenshaw Ave. upstairs of Cohen's Grocery.
    His family had a three bedroom apartment which was always active as by
    now Erwin had a younger brother Albert, who later was a grocery
    salesman, and five older sisters. While living there he watched the
    County Hospital and the Ladies Aide Society Buildings being constructed.
    His father, Zelick was a peddler in the US and at times would be gone
    for a month or 2 going as far as the MIssissippi River. Some of the
    people would pay him with geese, other fowl and eggs. The fowl scared
    the daylights out of Erwin. His mother and sisters used to pluck the
    geese and saved the feathers for making pillows.
    Erwin recalled that when he was 4 he fell asleep under a gas range
    that had a shelf. Everyone called it a Polly stove but it was actually a
    Parlor stove. At that time the family took coal from outside, from a
    shed and brought it upstairs to heat the apartment in a stove that had
    Isenglass. When he was 6 his favorite game was Peg and Stick. He cut
    off a stick from a broom about 8" long and sharpened both ends. He also
    had a stick 3' long which he used to hit the shorter stick to see how
    far it would go. He also had a favorite top.
    The family took in boarders when Erwin was 5 or 6 years old and they
    had their own private entrances. Once a year the family made their
    years supply of wine.
    When Erwin was 8 (1918), his mother died from the flu epidemic which
    spread through Chicago. (Her sister in law Rose also died at this time).
    His father, Zelik, was a religious man, and Erwin went with him to
    Mincha and Maariv services. Not being to anxious to attend, many times
    he told his father services hadn't started and in the end his father
    gave him the dickens. He chased him to go to Hebrew School and at 13 he
    was Bar Mitzvah.
    When the family moved from Wood St.

    Erwin married LURIE Mollie 29 Nov 1931, Chicago, Cook Co., Illinois. Mollie (daughter of LURIE Samuel and SIPPERSTEIN Gussie) was born 22 May 1914, Chicago, Illinois; died 14 Sep 2002, Ann Arbor, Michigan; was buried , Westlawn, Chicago, Illinois. [Group Sheet]

  2. 11.  LURIE Mollie was born 22 May 1914, Chicago, Illinois (daughter of LURIE Samuel and SIPPERSTEIN Gussie); died 14 Sep 2002, Ann Arbor, Michigan; was buried , Westlawn, Chicago, Illinois.


    Mollie is named after her paternal grandmother.

    1. 5. ISAACSON Beverly Sophie (Shifra Bailey)
    2. ISAACSON Phyllis Irene
    3. ISAACSON Sharon