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Lillian
Hoffman
was born
on
1 למאי 1908
,
Daughter of
Sarah (aka Shifra)
Heller
and
Ovsey Eruchkim a/k/a Samuel or Ishea
Hoffman
,
died
on
23 לנובמבר 2001
,
Mother of
George
Schwartz
,
Arlene
Schwartz
,
,
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First name:
Lillian
Surname:
Hoffman
Gender:
נקבה
Date of birth:
1 למאי 1908
Place of birth:
Massachusetts, United States
Date of death:
23 לנובמבר 2001
Notes:

Lillian was born in Boston Mass on May 1, 1908.  Moved to Worcester, Mass at the age of 7.  Thru high school years worked at a variety store after school. Graduated and got a job as a bookkeeper for Worcester Knitting Mills.  Lil and a friend wanted to live in NY. They both got jobs and rented an apartment in Brooklyn near Lil's aunt and uncle.  Soon her parents Sarah and Samule joined her and moved to New York.  they ahd a lot of love to give. They took a foster child into their home. A six year girl named Fleur. They brought her up and she was very devoted to them and their family.  She was considered part of the family.  She got married and had three sons.  Through a friend Lil was introduced to Leon Schwartz. They fell in love and married two years later on August 30, 1933.  They ahd two children, Arlene and George.  She was active in organizational work, president of the PTA in the school system, president of the National Council of Jewish Women, and a member of ORT and B'nai Brith. In 1943 they became members of the Ocean Parkway Jewish Center. She was president of the PTA at the shul's Hebrew School for many years.  Leon was president of the synagogue in 1956. They worked to help Israel.  Leon belonged to the Haganah. they asked Leon to send them one million burlap bags to build trenches when they were fighting to gain control of Israel.  He obtained the bags and had to smuggle them. On a December night in zero degree weather Leon stood on the waterfront helping to load the bags on the ship. They got there.  He was honored for his efforts. (Source: Lillian Schwartz) 

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Event Type:
מיפקד אוכלוסין
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1920
Date:
1920
Event place:
Worcester Worcester City 4, Worcester, Massachusetts, USA
Event Type:
לידה
Description:
1 MAY 1908
Date:
1 למאי 1908
Event place:
Massachusetts, United States
Event Type:
פטירה
Description:
23 NOV 2001
Date:
23 לנובמבר 2001
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1 למאי 1908
died
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23 לנובמבר 2001
Mother of
1 למאי 1908
Massachusetts, United States

Lillian was born in Boston Mass on May 1, 1908.  Moved to Worcester, Mass at the age of 7.  Thru high school years worked at a variety store after school. Graduated and got a job as a bookkeeper for Worcester Knitting Mills.  Lil and a friend wanted to live in NY. They both got jobs and rented an apartment in Brooklyn near Lil's aunt and uncle.  Soon her parents Sarah and Samule joined her and moved to New York.  they ahd a lot of love to give. They took a foster child into their home. A six year girl named Fleur. They brought her up and she was very devoted to them and their family.  She was considered part of the family.  She got married and had three sons.  Through a friend Lil was introduced to Leon Schwartz. They fell in love and married two years later on August 30, 1933.  They ahd two children, Arlene and George.  She was active in organizational work, president of the PTA in the school system, president of the National Council of Jewish Women, and a member of ORT and B'nai Brith. In 1943 they became members of the Ocean Parkway Jewish Center. She was president of the PTA at the shul's Hebrew School for many years.  Leon was president of the synagogue in 1956. They worked to help Israel.  Leon belonged to the Haganah. they asked Leon to send them one million burlap bags to build trenches when they were fighting to gain control of Israel.  He obtained the bags and had to smuggle them. On a December night in zero degree weather Leon stood on the waterfront helping to load the bags on the ship. They got there.  He was honored for his efforts. (Source: Lillian Schwartz) 

1920
Worcester Worcester City 4, Worcester, Massachusetts, USA
1 MAY 1908
Massachusetts, United States
23 NOV 2001
Heller, Sarah (aka Shifra)
Hoffman, Ovsey Eruchkim a/k/a Samuel or Ishea
Hoffman, Zelig
Fleur
Hoffman, Abraham George
Hoffman, Jacob "Jack" Heller
Hoffman, Lillian
Schwartz, Leon
Unknown, Zelig's second wife
Heller, Zelig
Bliuma, Ashne "Asna"
Rakhman, Shlioma Eruchimovich
Schwartz, George
Schwartz, Arlene
This information is based on family tree no. 13686 as recorded at the Douglas E.Goldman Jewish Genealogy Center at ANU Museum of the Jewish People.
Schwartz, Arlene
Schwartz, George
Hoffman, Ovsey Eruchkim a/k/a Samuel or Ishea
Heller, Sarah (aka Shifra)
Hoffman, Lillian
Unknown, Zelig's second wife
Heller, Zelig
Bliuma, Ashne "Asna"
Rakhman, Shlioma Eruchimovich
Schwartz, Leon
Hoffman, Zelig
Fleur
Hoffman, Abraham George
Hoffman, Jacob "Jack" Heller