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David
Eisenstadt
was born
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מאי 1863
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Son of
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died
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24 לפברואר 1930
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Father of
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First name:
David
Surname:
Eisenstadt
Gender:
זכר
Date of birth:
מאי 1863
Place of birth:
Nesvizh, Slutsk, Belarus
Date of death:
24 לפברואר 1930
Place of death:
Boston, Suffolk, MA
Notes:
!BIRTH: 1900 Census and death certificate. Naturalization Petition shows Nov 10, 1966. !MARRIAGE: Abt 1886:1910 Census ED 1508 sheet 5A !DEATH: Mormon Family History Library microfilm of death certificate. !BURIAL: Death certificate. See above entry. !RELATIONSHIP: Maternal Grandfather. !CENSUS: 1900 census address 652 Harrison Ave., Boston. Family: Wife-Minnie & 5 children Fanny, Israel, Hymie(Harry), Lucy & Samuel. According to Aunt Eva in tapes recorded 4/83 & 7/83, her father resided in Minsk(Neshviz); he lived on a big estate where he had a valet. He was an educated man who did not do laborious tasks. He emigrated to escape conscription in the army. She says that he sailed from Holland c.1896 without his family, and that her mother came later with Fanny, Harry & Izzy. However, David Eisenstadt's naturalization documents records Hamburg as his port of embarkation during June 1891. Actual date was 6 June 1891 on the Transport Slavonia. He arrived in New York 23 June 1891. (From Mormon FHL microfilm of Hamburg passenger lists and New York passenger ship arrivals). David was naturalized 5 June 1911. Certificate 208528, Petition 3892 C.C. Boston MA According to Aunt Eva, when first in this country, her father resided with "loads of relatives - Karelitz in Haverhill". He was a customer peddler. According to Moshe Ajzenbud, David's original surname was "Eisenbud", which was changed so that he could avoid being drafted in the Russian Army. This surname means ironshop in German or Lithuanian. There were several ironshops scattered throughout Byelorussia which were known by the name "Todros". Note that in other sources the name means curative bath with mineral water. David's gravestone reads "Todros David". "Todros" was either his religous name (actually Greek for Theodorus), or he was named for the ancestor who founded the ironshop business. The Suffolk Co., MA, Index to Deeds shows that on 5 Feb 1909, David Eisenstadt, et al, signed an Indenture of Lease for property on Albany Street, Roxbury (Citation No. 3340 447). According to Aunt Eva, her parents had a dry goods store at 935 Albany St., Roxbury and later had another store - a second-hand furniture store, at the same address. Her father did not have a head for business - it was her mother who really ran the store. ADDRESSES AND EMPLOYMENT: Sources City Directories(CD), vital records (VR), US Census: 1898 244 Harrison Ave Boston (VR) Pedler(sic) 1898 21 Auburn St Boston (CD) Variety 1899 3 Fay St (CD) 1900 652 Harrison Ave South End (Census) Gen dealer* 1901 - 1906 15 Haskins St. Roxbury (CD) Laundry 1907 - 1930 935 Albany St. Roxbury (CD) Dry Goods, & Mens Work place: 931 Albany St. furnishings ** * Boston City Directory shows occupation as "Peddler". ** Boston City Directory of 1907 shows occupation as Laundry at 931 Albany St. As to service in the Russian military, in 1874 there was a major reform which was the handiwork of Minister of War, General D. A. Miliutin. There was now universal military service for all able-bodied men on reaching the age of twenty. The term of active service was reduced from twenty-five years to six. Those who were the only son or those who supported their younger brothers and sisters were exempt, as were those who already had brothers in service. When David "Aizenbud/Eisenbud" reached twenty, perhaps in 1883, and prior to his marriage, he most likely avoided military service by attaching himself to an Eisenstadt family who had no sons, or who had sons already in military service. There is some confusion as to exactly when David was born. The following dates or ages come from official documents beginning in 1891: June 1891 - Age is shown as 25 on the Hamburg Passenger List (would make birth 1865 or 1866) June 1900 - Birthdate is shown as May 1863 in the 1900 Census April 1910 - Age is shown as 45 in the 1910 Census (would make birth 1864 or 1865) June 1911 - Birthdate is shown as Nov 10, 1866 on Petition of Naturalization Jan 1920 - Age is shown as 54 in the 1920 Census (would make birth 1865) Feb 1930 - Age is shown as 67 on death certificate (would make birth 1863) Although he used Nov 10, 1866 on his naturalization petition, it would be more reasonable that his birth took place in 1863 as was given in the 1900 Census. He was more likely to be twenty-three when he was married in 1886 then be younger. In addition, his children were sure he was 67 when he died, and his widow, Minnie, also 67 when she died in 1933.
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Event Type:
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ABT. MAY 1863
Date:
מאי 1863
Event place:
Nesvizh, Slutsk, Belarus
Event Type:
פטירה
Description:
24 FEB 1930
Date:
24 לפברואר 1930
Event place:
Boston, Suffolk, MA
Event Type:
קבורה
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25 FEB 1930
Date:
25 לפברואר 1930
Event place:
Beth El Cemetary, West Roxbury, Suffolk, MA
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מאי 1863
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24 לפברואר 1930
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מאי 1863
Nesvizh, Slutsk, Belarus
Boston, Suffolk, MA
!BIRTH: 1900 Census and death certificate. Naturalization Petition shows Nov 10, 1966. !MARRIAGE: Abt 1886:1910 Census ED 1508 sheet 5A !DEATH: Mormon Family History Library microfilm of death certificate. !BURIAL: Death certificate. See above entry. !RELATIONSHIP: Maternal Grandfather. !CENSUS: 1900 census address 652 Harrison Ave., Boston. Family: Wife-Minnie & 5 children Fanny, Israel, Hymie(Harry), Lucy & Samuel. According to Aunt Eva in tapes recorded 4/83 & 7/83, her father resided in Minsk(Neshviz); he lived on a big estate where he had a valet. He was an educated man who did not do laborious tasks. He emigrated to escape conscription in the army. She says that he sailed from Holland c.1896 without his family, and that her mother came later with Fanny, Harry & Izzy. However, David Eisenstadt's naturalization documents records Hamburg as his port of embarkation during June 1891. Actual date was 6 June 1891 on the Transport Slavonia. He arrived in New York 23 June 1891. (From Mormon FHL microfilm of Hamburg passenger lists and New York passenger ship arrivals). David was naturalized 5 June 1911. Certificate 208528, Petition 3892 C.C. Boston MA According to Aunt Eva, when first in this country, her father resided with "loads of relatives - Karelitz in Haverhill". He was a customer peddler. According to Moshe Ajzenbud, David's original surname was "Eisenbud", which was changed so that he could avoid being drafted in the Russian Army. This surname means ironshop in German or Lithuanian. There were several ironshops scattered throughout Byelorussia which were known by the name "Todros". Note that in other sources the name means curative bath with mineral water. David's gravestone reads "Todros David". "Todros" was either his religous name (actually Greek for Theodorus), or he was named for the ancestor who founded the ironshop business. The Suffolk Co., MA, Index to Deeds shows that on 5 Feb 1909, David Eisenstadt, et al, signed an Indenture of Lease for property on Albany Street, Roxbury (Citation No. 3340 447). According to Aunt Eva, her parents had a dry goods store at 935 Albany St., Roxbury and later had another store - a second-hand furniture store, at the same address. Her father did not have a head for business - it was her mother who really ran the store. ADDRESSES AND EMPLOYMENT: Sources City Directories(CD), vital records (VR), US Census: 1898 244 Harrison Ave Boston (VR) Pedler(sic) 1898 21 Auburn St Boston (CD) Variety 1899 3 Fay St (CD) 1900 652 Harrison Ave South End (Census) Gen dealer* 1901 - 1906 15 Haskins St. Roxbury (CD) Laundry 1907 - 1930 935 Albany St. Roxbury (CD) Dry Goods, & Mens Work place: 931 Albany St. furnishings ** * Boston City Directory shows occupation as "Peddler". ** Boston City Directory of 1907 shows occupation as Laundry at 931 Albany St. As to service in the Russian military, in 1874 there was a major reform which was the handiwork of Minister of War, General D. A. Miliutin. There was now universal military service for all able-bodied men on reaching the age of twenty. The term of active service was reduced from twenty-five years to six. Those who were the only son or those who supported their younger brothers and sisters were exempt, as were those who already had brothers in service. When David "Aizenbud/Eisenbud" reached twenty, perhaps in 1883, and prior to his marriage, he most likely avoided military service by attaching himself to an Eisenstadt family who had no sons, or who had sons already in military service. There is some confusion as to exactly when David was born. The following dates or ages come from official documents beginning in 1891: June 1891 - Age is shown as 25 on the Hamburg Passenger List (would make birth 1865 or 1866) June 1900 - Birthdate is shown as May 1863 in the 1900 Census April 1910 - Age is shown as 45 in the 1910 Census (would make birth 1864 or 1865) June 1911 - Birthdate is shown as Nov 10, 1866 on Petition of Naturalization Jan 1920 - Age is shown as 54 in the 1920 Census (would make birth 1865) Feb 1930 - Age is shown as 67 on death certificate (would make birth 1863) Although he used Nov 10, 1866 on his naturalization petition, it would be more reasonable that his birth took place in 1863 as was given in the 1900 Census. He was more likely to be twenty-three when he was married in 1886 then be younger. In addition, his children were sure he was 67 when he died, and his widow, Minnie, also 67 when she died in 1933.
ABT. MAY 1863
Nesvizh, Slutsk, Belarus
24 FEB 1930
Boston, Suffolk, MA
25 FEB 1930
Beth El Cemetary, West Roxbury, Suffolk, MA
Aizenbud, Nehemia
Unknown, Sora Chashe
Aizenbud, Moshe
Aizenbud, Shlomo
Aizenbud, Hava
Eisenstadt, David
Rabinovitz, Minnie
Unknown, Doba
Aizenbud, Todros
Eisenstadt, Benjamin
Eisenstadt, Samuel
Eisenstadt, Lucy Julia
Eisenstadt, Eva
Eisenstadt, Israel Isaac
Eisenstadt\Edson, Harry George
Eisenstadt, Fannie