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Language: English
Creator: Herbsman, Yael, 1941-
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INDEX


TO FLORIDA JEWISH HISTORY

IN THE

AMERICAN ISRAELITE

1854-1900


iA GEORGE A. SMATHERS LIBRARIES


THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA








INDEX
TO FLORIDA JEWISH HISTORY
IN THE
AMERICAN ISRAELITE
1854-1900











INDEX

TO FLORIDA JEWISH HISTORY

IN THE

AMERICAN ISRAELITE

1854-1900



by

Yael Herbsman


With a Foreword by Samuel Proctor

University of Florida
George A. Smathers Libraries
Gainesville, Florida
1992













Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data


Herbsman, Yael, 1941-
Index to Florida Jewish history in the American Israelite,
1854-1900 / by Yael Herbsman
p. cm.
Includes bibliographical references.
ISBN 0-929595-01-7 (pbk.) : $30.00
1. Jews-Florida-History-1 9th century-Sources. 2. Jews-
Florida-History-19th century-Sources-Indexes. 3. Israelite
(Cincinnati, Ohio : 1854)-Indexes. 4. American Israelite
(Cincinnati, Ohio : 1874)-Indexes. 5. Florida-Ethnic relations-
Sources. I. Title.
F320.J5H47 1992
975.9'004924-dc20
92-12102
CIP


1992, University of Florida












To my father Aryeh Rachmani
and in loving memory of my mother Fritsi Rachmani











CONTENTS






Foreword........................................................................ ix


Acknowledgments ..........................................................xi


Preface.............................................................................xv


Abstracts............................................................ ...... 1


Personal Names Index .................................... ........... 45


Place Names Index ........................................................ 101


Congregations Index................................... 113


Organizations Index ...................................................... 115












FOREWORD


Jews have lived in Florida for almost two and one-half centuries. Records
show that they owned property and lived in Pensacola and Mobile (then part
of West Florida) as early as the 1760s soon after the Florida colonies were
transferred from Spanish to British sovereignty. A Jew was also operating a
hide store in St. Augustine according to a census compiled in 1785. Whether
there were marranos or secret Jews living in Florida in earlier years is not
known. More research is needed before this can be authenticated.

A handful of Jews-fewer than fifty-settled in Florida after the territory was
acquired by the United States. The most prominent was Moses Elias Levy
who arrived in 1821 from Cuba. He would play an active role in land devel-
opment and in the political, educational, and social life of Florida. He once
owned property upon which the city of Gainesville and the University of
Florida are now located. His son, David Levy Yulee, became Florida's first
United States Senator and the first Jew to sit in the Senate.

In the years leading up to the Civil War, Florida's population increased.
These settlers, mainly from other southern states, were seeking fertile farm-
land for cotton and tobacco and pasture for their cattle. Lumbering and tur-
pentining became important industries, and port cities-Jacksonville and
Femandina on the east coast, and Apalachicola, St. Joseph, and Pensacola on
the Gulf-began to develop. Senator Yulee built Florida's first cross-state rail-
road in the 1850s, and other transportation facilities became available. Per-
haps as many as 200 Jews, mostly tradesmen, moved into Florida after 1845.

It is not known how many Jews were living in the state at the beginning of
the Civil War. They were businessmen, peddlers, farmers, most of them liv-
ing and working in the small towns and villages in the northern part of the
state. The largest number of families were in Jacksonville, Gainesville, Talla-
hassee, and Pensacola. There were no organized congregations until the
1870s and 1880s. Few records were kept, and almost none have survived the
ravages of time. The little information that is available is the result of brief
notices that appeared in the weekly Israelite that began publication in Cincin-
nati in 1854. Its name was changed in 1874 to the American Israelite. The
paper had no regular correspondents in the South, and depended upon infor-


nation sent in by interested individuals or reprinted items from local papers.
There was no way to check if names were spelled correctly or if dates were ac-
curate. Notwithstanding these problems, the American Israelite is one of the
very few sources available that describes the lives and activities of Jews living
in Florida in those early years. The American Israelite documents where Jews
lived and notes their involvement in business and politics, their social activi-
ties, births and deaths, and the efforts that they made to hold on to their Jew-
ish heritage and to pass on to their children the traditions of their past.

The information from the American Israelite is now available because of the
research ofYael Herbsman, a member of the faculty of the George A. Smath-
ers Libraries, University of Florida. Mrs. Herbsman holds degrees from the
University of Haifa, Israel, and from Florida State University. While working
in the Price Library ofJudaica at the University of Florida in the 1980s, she
began collecting Florida items from these papers. This data is nowhere else
available. Mrs. Herbsman's work is important to scholars working on the so-
cial and religious history of Florida and the history of local communities, to
persons compiling family histories, and to anyone interested in the contribu-
tions that ethnic and religious groups have made to the history of Florida.
Yael Herbsman's material makes a very important contribution to our knowl-
edge and understanding of Florida history.



Samuel Proctor
Distinguished Service Professor ofHistory,
University ofFlorida

Editor, Florida Historical Quarterly












PREFACE


The "Index to Florida Jewish History in the American Israelite" provides ac-
cess to information about Jews in Florida during the second half of the nine-
teenth century published in the American Israelite. This influential weekly,
founded by Isaac Mayer Wise, in Cincinnati, began publication in 1854 as
the Israelite; with the issue of July 3, 1874, it changed its name to the Ameri-
can Israelite in recognition of the paper's national distribution and readership.
In addition to fiction and articles of an historical and theological nature, this
periodical also provided extensive coverage of news from all over the Jewish
world, especially news of Jewish communities throughout the United States.

The "Index to Florida Jewish History in the American Israelite" abstracts and
indexes all references to Florida Jewry in the Israelite and the American
Israelite from 1854 through the end of 1900. These references include arti-
cles, betrothal announcements, advertisements, lists of contributions, cor-
respondence from Florida, and miscellaneous reports referring to Florida or
Floridians.

The "Index" consists of a large section containing abstracts of all articles fol-
lowed by four indexes. Each heading in the abstracts contains date of publica-
tion, title/location, page and column. This way an entry in any of the indexes
can be located in the abstracts. The abstracts are arranged chronologically by
date. Since the majority of texts do not have a title, each abstract was given a
"title", usually the name of the place of origin or to which it refers. These "ti-
tles" are part of the headings in the Abstracts section, and appear in the in-
dexes under the heading "locations". At times, the reports in the American Is-
raelite lack specificity and do not provide enough factual data, resulting in
somewhat generalized abstracts.

As mentioned above, there are four indexes: Personal Names, Place Names,
Congregations, and Organizations/Societies. In the course of abstracting, the
names of people, places, congregations, and organizations were spelled as
found throughout the American Israelite. Every reasonable effort to verify and
reconcile discrepancies in the forms of names was done using city directories
and congregational jubilee histories. However, many names were not found
in these sources; when it was obvious that names spelled differently all re-


ferred to the same person, the law of "majority rule" was applied in order to
bring all references by and about the same person under a single heading in
the index.

Since the scope of this work is limited to Florida Jewry, only place names in
Florida have been indexed even though other places were mentioned in the
abstracts. With regard to personal names, all names mentioned in the ab-
stracted news items were indexed, including visitors from out-of-state because
of their association in some way to Jewish communities in Florida. Only con-
gregations in Florida were indexed. Most of the organizations and societies
indexed are local in nature, though some are national organizations to which
Florida Jews made contributions or were affiliated with.

Jews did not settle in Florida, in numbers, before the nineteenth century.
Florida was under Spanish rule from 1513 until 1763 and non-Catholics
were prohibited from settling in the colony. In 1763, the British acquired
West Florida and there is evidence of Jews living in Pensacola in the 1760s
and 1770s.1 Although Florida returned to Spanish rule in 1783, its American
population increased between 1783-1821, and there are indications that
among the new settlers were a few Jews in and around St. Augustine and Pen-
sacola.2

Jews continued to arrive in Florida during the territorial period, though in
small numbers. According to an article in the North American Review of
1826, there were thirty to forty Jews in Florida at the time; there is, however,
no information in this source as to who they were or where they lived.

The two most prominent Jews in Florida during the nineteenth century were
Moses Elias Levy and his son, David Levy Yulee. Moses Levy arrived in Flori-
da in 1821 and soon became active in the field of education by introducing
American ideas and principles to the new territory. He was also involved in
local and territorial politics, as well as in Jewish affairs. In his efforts to help
his co-religionists, he purchased in 1820 about 52,000 acres of land, most of
it in what is now Alachua County. He planned to bring in Jewish settlers
from Europe and to establish an agricultural colony. As part of these plans he






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founded a settlement in Micanopy, but his plans for a Jewish agricultural col-
ony in Florida failed.4 His second son, David, was elected to the Legislature
in 1837, and in 1838 was chosen as a representative to the Convention which
framed Florida's Constitution. In 1841, he was elected as Florida's delegate
to Congress and after Florida was admitted into the Union in 1845, he was
elected the state's first senator.

On the eve of the Civil War in 1860, the Jewish population in Florida had
increased and was geographically dispersed. A report in the Israelite from De-
cember, 1860, lists places with a known Jewish population: Tallahassee,
Quincy, Apalachicola, St. Augustine, Aspaloga, Jacksonville, Lake City, Mad-
ison, Pensacola, Monticello, Ridderville (Liberty County), Campbelton, Fer-
nandio [i.e. Fernandina?], Tampa Bay, Hawkinsville and Chattahoochee.
This report also states that Jews are to be found in several other small places.6
Most of the reports in the Israelite/American Israelite, pertain to Jacksonville,
Pensacola, and Tallahassee, which at the time had a relatively large Jewish
population. Other places in Florida referred to more than once in the Israe-
lite/American Israelite are: Bartow, Fort Meade, Gainesville, Key West, Lake
City, Madison, Marianna, Micanopy, Milton, Monticello, Ocala, Orlando,
Palatka, Quincy, Sanford, St. Augustine, and Tampa. Most of these places
had only a small number of Jews, often only a single family. A report pub-
lished in September 1871, lists the number of Jewish families in Florida
"from observation":


Jacksonville
Tallahassee
Gainesville
Monticello
Tampa
Madison
Micanopy
Quincy
Palatka


18 families
8 families
4 families
3 families
3 families
2 families
2 families
1 family
1 family


This report also mentions another twelve families "residing off the line of rail-
roads." Although this list is undoubtedly incomplete, it confirms that most
towns in the early 1870s had a very small Jewish population. The Union of


American Hebrew Congregations published in 1880 Statistics of the Jews of
the United States wherein the Jewish population of Florida was then estimat-
ed to be 772 people, distributed as follows:


Fernandina
Gainesville
Jacksonville
Key West
Lake City
Live Oak
Madison
Marianna
Micanopy
Milton
Monticello
Orange Co.
Osceola
Pensacola
Polk Co.
Quincy
Tallahassee
Tampa


The following years were years of growth and by 1900 the Jewish population
in Florida had increased to 3,000.9

The references to Florida Jewry in the Israelite and the American Israelite pro-
vide information and data on localities with a Jewish population, the growth
of Jewish communities, the establishment of communal institutions, and the
political activity of Florida Jews on the state and municipal levels. Through
the American Israelite, Florida Jewry in the second half of the nineteenth cen-
tury can be described despite the non-existence of a Jewish press in Florida
during this period. As mentioned above, most of the information provided is
for the Jewish communities of Jacksonville, Pensacola and Tallahassee. Using
these reports, one can trace the growth of these communities and the incep-
tion of benevolent and fraternal institutions. The accounts found in the Israe-
lite/American Israelite show that wherever Jews settled in Florida, they were







PREFACE


concerned with maintaining their Jewish heritage and formed communal
structures in which they would be able to lead a Jewish life and observe their
religion. When a community was too small, it sometimes participated in the
activities of a larger community as in the case of Gainesville's Jews taking part
in the activities of Jacksonville's congregation. Another feature of Florida
Jewry revealed in the American Israelite is the high degree of Jewish involve-
ment in civic life and local politics.10

Since newspapers and journals are among the primary sources from which
historical information can be obtained, it is hoped that the "Index to Florida
Jewish History in the American Israelite" will facilitate access to a hitherto un-
tapped resource to be consulted by all researchers of Florida Jewry. In addi-
tion, the abstracts and indexes can be used to locate parallel information in
local newspapers and other contemporary sources. The "Index" helps retrieve
data about Jewish life in Florida during the second half of the nineteenth cen-
tury, a formative period in the development of a state with a Jewish popula-
tion today of more than a half million people, third in size behind New York
and California.


NOTES

1. Korn, Bertram Wallace. The Early Jews of New Orleans (Waltham, Mass.,
1969), 23-35.

2. Proctor, Samuel. "Pioneer Jewish Settlement in Florida, 1765-1900", in
Proceedings of the Conference on the Writing of Regional History in the South
(New York, 1956), 84.

3. "Harby's Discourse on the Jewish Synagogue", in the North American Re-
view, v. 23, no. 52 (1826), 72.

4. Adler, Joseph G. "Moses Elias Levy and Attempts to Colonize Florida", in
Jews of the South, Samuel Proctor and Louis Schmier, eds. (Macon, Ga.,
1984), 17-29.

5. Hubner, Leon. "David L. Yulee, Florida's First Senator", in Jews in the
South, Leonard Dinnerstein and Mary Dale Palsson, eds. (Baton Rouge,
1973), 52-73.

6. The Israelite, December 21, 1860, 198:2.

7. Ibid., September 29, 1871, 6:2.

8. Union of American Hebrew Congregations. Statistics of the Jews of the
UnitedStates (Philadelphia, 1880), 23, 55.

9. The American Jewish Yearbook 5661 (Philadelphia, 1900), 623.

10. American Israelite, October 22, 1886, 7:5.














ACKNOWLEDGMENTS


In appreciation of the help and support I have received while working on this
index, I would like to acknowledge the following: Mr. Robert Singerman for
his valuable help and encouragement; the administration of the George A.
Smathers Libraries of the University of Florida for research time to work on
the project; Barbara L. King for help on the design and publication; Elizabeth
Alexander and Bruce Chappell of the P.K. Yonge Library of Florida History
for their help; Professor C. Conaway for help on planning the index; Cheryl
Herbsman for her assistance with inputting the data, and the rest of my
family for moral support while I was absorbed by this project.

The George A. Smathers Libraries would like to gratefully acknowledge the
generosity of those who helped to underwrite the cost of this publication: the
Price Library of Judaica; the University of Florida Center for Jewish Studies;
the Jacksonville Jewish Center, particularly Mr. Sol Proctor; and the
Southern Jewish Historical Society.












ABSTRACTS


1858/02/05; Fort Dallas; p. 246:3
$2.50 receipt by mail from Capt. D.S. Redale.

1860/12/21; Florida; p. 198:2
Describes Tallahassee; there are 15 Israelites-four families and single men; 3
are merchants, 2 are harness makers, and 2 are bookkeepers. In Quincy he
met F. [Fred] A. Fleischman, and others. Jews are also in Apalachicola, St.
Augustine, Aspaloga, Jacksonville, Lake City, Madison, Pensacola, Quincy,
Monticello, Riddlerville (Liberty County), Campbelton, Fernandio [sic],
Tampa Bay, Hawkinsville, Chattahoochee, and several other small places.

1860/12/28; Milton; p. 206:4
Obituary of Ferdinand M. Blimline who died at the residence of Mr. A. For-
cheimer, Milton.

1864/07/22; Florida; p. 27:3
Fred A. Fleischman, committed suicide in Cincinnati, after arriving as a refu-
gee from Florida. A German Jew, he took his oath of allegiance at Key West
and resided with his family in Quincy.

1868/05/29; Pensacola; p. 2:4
The city has now a minyan. Mr. S.M. Goldbach bought a plot of land for a
burial ground of the Jewish community.

1870/07/01; Ocala; p. 6:2
A Jew visits the Episcopal Church where he hears a sermon attacking Jews
and Judaism.

1871/09/29; Florida; p. 6:2
Lists number of Jewish families from observation: Jacksonville-18, Tallahas-
see-8, Gainesville-4, Monticello-3, Tampa-3, Madison-2, Micanopy-2,
Quincy-1, Palatka-1, and about 12 scattered families living close to railroad
lines. There are no synagogues, although New Year's services were held in
Jacksonville and in Tallahassee.

1873/05/16; Lake City; p. 6:2
Julius Potsdamer is the only Jew here. Had to overcome obstacles to stay and
live in the city, but now holds honorable offices.

1873/09/26; Florida; p. 3:1
List of people authorized to collect money for the Hebrew Theological


Institute: Jacksonville, P. Friedenberg; Milton, A. Forcheimer; Monticello, A.
Loeb; Pensacola, S.M. Goldbach; Tallahassee, J. Cohen; Tampa, I.
Blumenthal.

1873/10/31; Monticello; p. 6:5
Aid for Jews in Memphis collected in Monticello: Henry Bernhardt, Aug.
Loeb, Joe Weil, S. Simon-$40.

1874/05/15; Jacksonville; p. 6:5
Lists Jewish elected city officials: Jacob Huff, Alderman; Ph. Walter, City
Tax Collector; Charles Friedenberg, City Treasurer.

1874/09/18; Jacksonville; p. 6:4
The Hebrew Benevolent Association here is asking for donations to help
invalid visitors wintering in Jacksonville.

1874/11/13; Jacksonville; p. 6:5
The Hebrew Benevolent Society acknowledges donations received from New
York, Tennessee, South Carolina, and from A. Zacharias, Jacksonville, Fla.
Signed by I. Markens.

1874/11/27; Jacksonville; p. 5:4-5
The Hebrew Benevolent Society appeals for donations to assist sick and
needy visitors; signed by Isaac Markens, Secretary.

1875/01/01; Pensacola; p. 6:3
List of elected officers of B'nai Brith, Alpha Lodge, #219: G.M. Cohen,
Pres.; N.H. Frohlichstein, V.P.; Wm.W. Nasits, Recording and Financial
Sec.; G. Forcheimer, Treas.; M. Hyman, Assistant Monitor; E. Levy, War-
den; E. Cohen, Guardian; L. Meyer, Monitor and Sinking Fund Treas.; S.M.
Marx, L. Kahn, M. Hyman, Trustees.

1875/03/19; Pensacola; p. 6:1
The Hebrew Ladies' Aid Society celebrates its first anniversary with ball and
supper. President, Mrs. G.M. Cohen.

1875/05/14; Tallahassee; p. 5:2
Tallahassee's population is about 2500, with 9 Jewish families, 10 young Jew-
ish men and several young ladies. With no Jewish societies, a need for a B'nai
Brith Lodge is felt. Sabbath School is conducted by Mr. Jacob Burkheim.

1875/07/30; Pensacola; p. 5:5
Newly elected officers of Alpha Lodge #219: Pres., L. Meyer; V.P., G. For-
cheimer; Treas., L. Kahn; Finance Sec., Otto Goldstucker [Goldstuker]; Ass't






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Monitor, M. Hyman; Warden, E. Levy; Guardian, M. Danheiser [Dannheis-
ser]. Complains that there is not sufficient good will to build a Temple and
establish a Congregation. Sabbath School, started by Mr. W. Nasits, stopped
operating because of personal feuding.

1875/08/13; Pensacola; p. 7:1
Response to 7/30/1875 letter. There are only 10 Jewish families in Pensacola
and some of them can not support a congregation.

1876/02/11; Lake City; p. 7:2
Marriage: Mr. J. Potsdamer (Lake City, Fla.) to Miss Medora V. Hausman,
daughter of Capt. W.H. Hausman (Madison, Fla.).

1876/04/28; Jacksonville; p. 6:4
Mr. B.M. Baer, of Jacksonville, consents to collect. (for the "American Israe-
lite"?)

1876/08/04; Pensacola; p. 5:3
Four Jewish births and one death during the past year. The city had a picnic
celebrating the centennial anniversary of the Declaration of Independence
under the auspices of Alpha Lodge, I.O.B.B. The Hebrew Ladies Society dis-
solved. I.O.B.B. officers: G. Forcheimer, Pres.; L. Kahn, V.P.; W.W. Nasits,
Finance and Recording Sec.; S.W. [S.M.?] Goldbach, Treas.; B. Tannen-
baum [Tennenbaum], Ass't Monitor; G.M. Cohen, Warden; I. Meyer, Guar-
dian; N.H. Frohlichstein, Monitor.

1877/03/02; Jacksonville; p. 6:5
Lists officers elected by the Hebrew Benevolent Society: Jacob Huff, Pres.; P.
Walter, V.P.; George Mackens [Markens], Sec.; B.M. Baer, Treas.; A. Zacha-
rias, M. Dyznalynski [Dzialynski], and Wm. Rich, Trustees.

1877/07/20; Florida; p. 2:5
Lists suspended AI subscribers with unpaid accounts: M.J. Kaiser, Milton;
Wm.H. Geiger & Co., Archer; M. Heyman, Pensacola; S. Bauer, Pensacola;
I. Carlovitz, Milton; M. Levy, Tallahassee; G.M. Cohen, Pensacola; L. Levi,
Palatka; A. Loeb, Monticello; J.C. Keyser, Milton.

1877/08/24; Pensacola; p. 7:1
B'nai Brith Alpha Lodge, #219, elected officers: I. Meyer, Pres.; E. Levy,
V.P.; B. Tennenbaum, Sec.; Otto Goldstricker [Goldstuker], Monitor; L.
Myerson, Ass't Monitor; A. Goldstricker [Goldstuker], Treas.; G. Forcheim-
er, Warden; G.M. Cohen, Guardian.


1877/12/21; Jacksonville; p. 6:5
Installation of the city's first B'nai Brith Lodge #287. Officers: Philip Walter,
Pres.; Jacob Huff, V.P.; Julius Slager, Sec.; Harry Weiskopf, Treas.; A. Zach-
arias, Monitor and Installing Officer; H.P. Fridenberg [Friedenberg], Ass't
Monitor; MA. Dzialynski, Inside Guardian; P. Halle, Outside Guardian; Isi-
dore Grunthal, Lecture Master; I. Grunthal, Gustave Levinson, and S. Ritze-
woller, Trustees.

1877/12/21; Jacksonville; p. 6:3
Mrs. Henry Weiskopf is authorized to receive donations for erecting a
synagogue.

1878/04/05; Tallahassee; p. 6:4
Donation for the Aid Fund of the Turkish Israelite [Turkish Aid Fund] from
the Ladies of Tallahassee, through Mrs. R.S. Williams.

1878/04/12; Orlando; p. 6:5
Mrs. J.R. Cohen, of Orland [Orlando], donates to the Turkish Aid Fund.

1878/04/12; Tallahassee; p. 6:5
The following residents of Tallahassee donated to the Turkish Aid Fund:
Mrs. C.S. Stem, Mrs. S. Comer, Mrs. C. Cohen, Mrs. R.S. Williams, Miss
Henrietta Williams.

1878/04/19; Pensacola; p. 7:1
Betrothal announcement of Mr. Phineas Stone to Miss Callie Jacoby.

1878/05/03; Tallahassee; p. 6:5
Hebrew Benevolent Association was instituted with 19 members. R.S. Wil-
hams, Pres.; M. Levy, V.P.; A.T. Zorkowsky, Sec.; J. Cohen, Treas.; Louis
Cohen, Cor. Sec.; J. Ball, J. Diamond, S. Coltner [Cotner], Trustees.

1878/05/17; Tallahassee; p. 6:4
The Hebrew Benevolent Society is active and held a May Party.

1878/05/24; Florida; p. 6:4-5
I.O.B.B. annual convention of District Grand Lodge #7. The delegation
from Florida includes R. [P.] Walter who is on the Appeal Committee.

1878/08/02; Pensacola; p. 6:4-5
The city has 18 Jewish families and some young people. There is a burial
ground. The B'nai Brith Lodge organized a picnic on July 4th open to the
entire city. The officers of Alpha Lodge #219 are: Wm.W. Nasits, Pres.; S.









Meyerson, V.P.; S.M. Goldbach, Monitor; M. Levy, Ass't Monitor; A. Gold-
stucker [Goldstuker], Records and Finance Secretary; G. Forcheimer, Treas.;
N.N. [N.H.] Frohlichstein, Warden; Otto Goldstucker [Goldstuker],
Guardian.

1878/09/13; Pensacola; p. 6:3
Contribution to the Yellow Fever Sufferers Fund from the Jewish Ladies
through Mrs. L. Meyer.

1878/09/20; Pensacola; p. 6:4
Members of Alpha Lodge, I.O.B.B., contribute to the Yellow Fever Sufferers
Fund.

1878/10/04; Pensacola; p. 6:4
The Jewish children, through Miss F. Meyer, contribute to the Yellow Fever
Sufferers Fund.

1878/10/18; Tallahassee; p. 6:4
Mrs. Lena F. Williams donates to Morocco's destitute Jews.

1878/10/25; Jacksonville; p. 6:5
P. Walter contributes to Yellow Fever Sufferers.

1879/02/07; Pensacola; p. 7:1
Alpha Lodge #219, I.O.B.B., has financial difficulties because of heavy yellow
fever losses. Officers are: S. Meyerson, Pres.; G.M. Cohen, V.P.; A. Gold-
sticker [Goldstuker], Sec.; G. Forcheimer, Treas.; N.H. Frohlichstein, Ass't
Monitor; M. Levy, Warden; Otto Goldsticker [Goldstuker], Lecturer;
Wm.M. Nasits, Monitor; S.M. Goldbach, Guardian.

1879/03/07; Jacksonville; p. 6:5
The Hebrew Benevolent Society's elected officers are: Pres., Philip Walter;
V.P., Philip Halle; Sec., Henry Weiskopf; Treas., Henry Friedenberg; Trus-
tees, Julius Slager, Isidore Grunthal, Geo. W. Markens.

1879/03/28; Florida; p. 4:2
J.O.L., a Christian, writes from Florida on the proselyte question; he wants
to convert to Judaism.

1879/05/16; Pensacola; p. 7:3
The Union of American Hebrew Congregations (UAHC) acknowledges a
donation for Bibles received from Jacob Kahn, G. Forcheimer, and E. Levy.


ABSTRACTS

1879105/16; Pensacola; p. 7:1
A Sabbath School is instituted.

1879/05/16; Tallahassee; p. 6:4
Hebrew Benevolent Society solicits help for American Israelites in Jerusalem.
Officers are: Pres., R.S. Williams; V.P., M. Levy; Treas., J. Diamond; Sec.,
Jacob Cohen; Trustees, J. Ball, H.H. Diamond, Joseph Cohen.

1879/05/23; Jacksonville; p. 6:3
Jacksonville's Jews expect to erect a synagogue.

1879/06/06; Monticello; p. 2:5
The Ladies' Educational Aid Society donates to the UAHC's Indigent Stu-
dents Fund.

1879/09/05; Monticello; p. 6:3
Herman Simon (Monticello) is a student at the Hebrew Union College
(HUC).

1879/09/19; Monticello; p. 6:1
Donations for the Indigent Students Fund of HUC were received through
JJ. Maas.

1880/02/13; Jacksonville; p. 6:3
The Hebrew Benevolent Society announces its Purim ball. Committee:
Philip Walter, Pres., H. Weiskopf, Jacob Huff, M.A. Dzialynski.

1880/02/20; Jacksonville; p. 6:6
Report on commencement of the synagogue's building.

1880/02/20; Jacksonville; p. 3:5
Hebrew Benevolent Society advertises for a teacher.

1880/03/05; Jacksonville; p. 6:3
Reports the success of the Purim ball. The prominent attendees: Philip Wal-
ter, Mrs. P. Walter, Mrs. J. Huff, Carrie Baer, Miss Hulett, Mrs. Bucky, Har-
ry Weiskopf, Mrs. Zacharias, Miss Tischler, Miss Halle, Miss Slager, Miss
Hirsh, A. Zacharias, Mrs. Weiskopf, Mrs. Baer, Mrs. Slager, Julia Jacobs,
Miss Loewenstein, Miss Berlack, L. Burkheim, J.D. Bucky, Mr. Lehman, L.
Einstein, Mr. Jacobs, H.D. Bounetheau.

1880/03/26; Ocala; p. 6:2
S. Benjamin attends the Southern Railroad Banquet in Cincinnati.






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1880/04/02; Pensacola; p. 6:4
A meeting for organizing a congregation initiated by N.H. Frohlichstein.

1880/04/30; Tallahassee; p. 6:3
Election of officers of the Hebrew Benevolent Society: R.S. Williams, Pres.;
Julius Ball, V.P.; Julius Diamond, Treas.; Jacob R. Cohen, Sec.

1880/05/21; Jacksonville; p. 2:3
Jacob Hoft [Huff] was elected to the Appeal Committee at the B'nai Brith
District Grand Lodge #7 annual convention.

1880/06/11; Tallahassee; p. 1:2
Circuit Preacher Rabbi N.I. Benson visits Tallahassee, Quincy, and
Monticello. Visits to Gainesville, Ocala, and Palatka are planned.

1880/06/26; Tallahassee; p. 2:5
Sunday School established by Rev. I.[N] Benson, of Atlanta, Ga. Mr. J.R.
Cohen is Superintendent. Teachers are: Mr. J. Ball, Miss S.W. Williams,
Miss S. Levy, Mr. M. Davis, Henry H. Diamond. The Hebrew Benevolent
Society is prospering and its officers are: R.S. Williams, Pres.; Mr. J. Ball,
V.P.

1881/05/20; Jacksonville; p. 367:1
Morris A. Dzialynski was elected mayor of Jacksonville. He is enforcing the
Sunday Law to the displeasure of his co-religionists.

1881/07/08; Monticello; p. 15:1
The children of Mr. Eduard Morris donate to the Children's Orphan
Asylum.

1881/09/23; Jacksonville; p. 102:3
Mrs. H.P. Fridenberg [Friedenberg] and family spent the summer in St.
Louis with her parents.

1882/01/13; Jacksonville; p. 231:3
Betrothals: Mr. Max Meyerson (Savannah, Ga.) to Miss Sadie Halle (Jack-
sonville).

1882/01/13; Pensacola; p. 230:6
Rev. Samuel M. Laski moves to Santa Fe, NM.

1882/01/27; Tallahassee; p. 245:1
Mrs. H.W. [H.H.?] Diamond donates to the Russian Refugee Relief Fund.


1882/02/10; Jacksonville; p. 257:1
A congregation is established and donations to build a synagogue are sought.
MA. Dzialynski, Pres.; S. Benjamin, V.P.; Geo.W. Markens, Sec. of Ahavath
Chesed, Congregation of the State of Florida. Committee on Donations: J.D.
Bucky, Jacksonville; B.M. Baer, Jacksonville; M.M. Bellisario, Jacksonville; L.
Furchgott, Jacksonville; S. Ritzewoller, Jacksonville; S. Benjamin, Ocala;
T.H. Benjamin, Micanopy; J.R Cohen, Tallahassee; M. Endle [Endel],
Gainesville; W. Fox, Leesburg; B.L. Lillienthal, Palatka; W.F. Sylvester,
Ellaville.

1882/02/24; Tallahassee; p. 279:3
Betrothal: Mr. Michaelis David (Tallahassee) to Miss Rachel Lieberman (Le-
wisburg, Pa.).

1882/03/03; Monticello; p. 286:6
Payments for the Educational and Agricultural Fund Certificates received
from: S. Simon, H. Bernhart, Joseph Wert, E. Engelman, H. Basch, A.
Simon.

1882/03/03; Tallahassee; p. 286:4
Mr. Lewandrow (Tallahassee) visits Cincinnati.

1882/06/16; Monticello; p. 407:2
Educational and Agricultural Fund Certificates-Subscriptions: S. Simon, S.
Bernhard, Jos. Weil, E. Engelman, H. Basch, A. Simon.

1882/06/16; Jacksonville; p. 403:5
A Minister and teacher is needed by Congregation Ahavath Chesed. Signed:
MA. Dzialynski-Pres., Philip Walter-Sec.

1882/08/11; Jacksonville; p. 47:3
Rev. [Marx] Moses goes to Jacksonville where his services are needed.

1882/09/29; Jacksonville; p. 112:5-6
Describes the dedication ceremony of the new Temple "Ahavath Chesed"
(from the "Florida Daily Times" 9/9/1882). Pres., Morris A. Dzialynski;
V.P., Sol Benjamin. Also, took part in the ceremony Miss Landaur [Land-
auer] (10 years), Mr. Jacob Huff, and Rabbi Moses.

1882/10/06; Pensacola; p. 123:1
To aid Pensacola Yellow Fever Sufferers, Messrs. Isidore and H.C. Newman
from New Orleans sent a telegram and donation that are acknowledged by
the Board of Health, Escambia County; signed by D.G. Brent, Ex. Chairman
of the committee, Pensacola.









1882/11/03; Jacksonville; p. 152:3
Jacksonville and vicinity are briefly described. The city has about 150 Jews
and a Temple. The Jews observe Sabbath evening, the prayerbook is "Minhag
America", and the Sunday School has 50 students. The town has a Young
Men's Hebrew Association and the Progressive Society. Carrie Baer will
marry Mr. A.[K.] Leon, of Bainbridge, Ga., and Louis J. Burkhim [Burk-
heim] will marry Annie Endel, of Gainesville, Fla. The city is contributing to
the yellow fever sufferers of Pensacola. Ahavath Chesed's officers: MA. Dzia-
lynski, Pres.; H. Benjamin, V.P.; P. Walter, Sec.; S. Ritzewoller, Treas.; Rev.
M. Moses, Minister. Sunday School officers: Rev. M. Moses, Superintendent;
Dillex [Dillie] Burkheim, Teacher; Bluma Kaufman, Teacher; Mrs. S.V.
Landauer, Teacher; Pauline Slager, Secretary; Rosalie Dzialynski, Treas.
YMHA officers: J.E. Cohen, Pres.; L. Berlack, V.P.; M. Pollak, Sec.; A.S.
Burkhim [Burkheim], Treas.; J.L. Solomons, Librarian; L. Berlack, J.L. Solo-
mons, A. Tishler [Tischler], Entertainment Committee. Progressive Society
officers: L Berlack, Pres.; J.E. Berg, V.P.; A.S. Burkhim [Burkheim], Sec.;
Miss B. [Bertha] Berlack, Treas.; A. Tishler, Editor; Misses R. Dzialynski and
B. Berlack, Entertainment Committee.

1882/11/10; Jacksonville; p. 164:3
YMHA held an entertainment evening at Mrs. J.D. Bucky's house.

1882/12/15; Jacksonville; p. 201:3-5
Charles Benedict, of Kohn, Furchgott & Benedict, will marry Hattie Kauf-
man. YMHA had an entertainment evening and the first annual ball at the
residence of Mrs. J.D. Bucky. Performing were: J.E. Cohen, Dora Jacobs, M.
Pollak, Bertha Berlack, Flora Friedenberg, Rev. M. Moses, Rosalie Dzialyn-
ski, A. Tishler [Tischler], J.L. Solomons, Sarah Endel, John E. Berg, Ida Frie-
denberg. The Progressive Society is not thriving. Rev. Moses married S. Fox
and Carrie Benjamin in Ocala, and A.K. Leon (Bainbridge, Ga.) and Carrie
Baer (Philadelphia) in Jacksonville. There is a Jewish boarding house in town,
run by Mrs. J. Slager. Performing in the Sunday School's entertainment were:
Max Kaufman, Ida and Flora Fridenberg, Maurice Slager, Perez Huff, Leroy
Walter, Zettie Baer, Albert Bucky, Bertha Berlack, Sippie Berlack, Hattie
Halle, Pauline Slager, Rosalie Dzialynski, Abe Berlack, Maurice Huff, Alex
Ritzewoller, Minnie Kaufman, Leah Halle, Delia Slager, Annie Grunthal,
Dena Halle, Rachel Halle, Eva Slager, Pauline Zacharias, Essie Ritzewoller,
Ella Fridenberg, Lena Berlack, Clara Walter, Esther Berlack, Victor
Fridenberg.

1883/01/19; Jacksonville; p. 242:3-5
Rev. Moses will marry Charles Benedict and Hattie Kaufman, and Louis
Burkhim [Burkheim] and Annie Endel. Despite the YMHA, the young ladies


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complain of boredom. Rev. Moses received New Year's gifts. Results of the
congregation's annual elections are: Pres., P. Walter; V.P., J. Slager; Sec.,
H.P. Fridenberg [Friedenberg]; Treas., S. Ritzwoller [Ritzewoller]. YMHA
election results: Pres., Louis Berlack; V.P., John E. Berg; Sec., Eugene Ra-
phael; Treas., A. Samuel Burkhim [Burkheim]; Librarian, Mark A. Schaller;
Entertainment Committee, M. Pollak, I.E. Ikelheimer. Albert Bucky was
Bar-Mitzvah. Ida Kaufman had a surprise party.

1883/01/26; Pensacola; p. 251:2
The Alpha Lodge acknowledges N.H. Frohlichstein for his services during
the yellow fever scourge; signed: M. Levy, G. Forcheimer, Jacob Kahn.

1883/03/16; Jacksonville; p. 311:1
YMHA gave an entertainment at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. B.M. Baer.

1883/03/16; Jacksonville; p. 308:1
Reference to complaints over mayor Dzialinsky's [Dzialynski] enforcement of
the Sunday Laws.

1883/03/23; Jacksonville; p. 314:4
Visitors in town: Misses Minnie and Rollie Levy (Tallahassee); Miss Sarah
Levy (Gainesville); Miss Carrie Israel (Ocala), guest of Mr. and Mrs. P. Wal-
ter; Miss Jessie Mothner (Albany, NY), guest of Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Bucky.
Louis Burkhim [Burkheim] and Annie Endel are married. A ball was given by
the Women's National Relief Association. Charles Benedict and Hattie Kauf-
man were married by Rev. M. Moses. Julius Landauer died. YMHA celebrat-
ed its 1st anniversary at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. B.M. Baer. Rosalie
Dzialynski played the role of Rebecca at the well.

1883/04/20; Jacksonville; p. 351:2
Betrothal of Lee Bohrman (Waco, Texas) to Bertha Moses (Jacksonville) is
announced.

1883/04/20; Jacksonville; p. 350:3
The congregation has adopted a new constitution and by-laws. Rev. Moses
was re-elected. Sabbath School is attended by 50 pupils. Rosalie Dzialynski is
the School Treasurer, and the secretary is Pauline Slager. The confirmation
class has 14 girls and 4 boys. Rev. Moses was elected Chairman of the Board
of Directors of the City Library. Hattie Moses delivered a recitation at a mu-
sical and literary entertainment for the benefit of the Library.

1883/05/04; Jacksonville; p. 367:1
Mr. and Mrs. E. Benjamin were married in Jacksonville.






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1883/06/01; Jacksonville; p. 398:5
Sunday School and confirmation class students had a public examination.

1883/06/15; Jacksonville; p. 410:1-2
YMHA held its annual Literary Reception; they thank Philip Walter, I. Leh-
man, Benno Kayton, for contributing to the treasury, Mr. and Mrs. Baer for
hospitalities, and M. Bellisnerlo [Bellisario] for books. John A. Berg is in
charge of the Literary section. Performing in the last meeting were: Joe Baer,
J.E. Cohen, Rosalie Dzialynski, Lewis [Louis] Berlack, John E. Berg, A. Tish-
ler [Tischler]. A surprise party for Rosalie Dzialynski. Jessie Mothner (Troy,
NY) left for home. Bertha Brown (Gainesville) will be wedded to Herman
Glogovski [Glogowski]. The first confirmation in Florida took place; the con-
firmants: Flora and Ida Friedenberg, Rosalie Dzialynski, Eva and Pauline
Slager, Hattie and Rachel Halle, Annie Grunthal, Sippie Barlock [Berlack],
Abram Berlock [Abraham Berlack], Albert Bucky, and Morris Huff. The first
annual Sunday School examination is mentioned. The teachers are: Hattie
Moses, Dallie [Dillie] Burkheim, Dr. M. Moses. Outstanding students: Pau-
line Zacharias, Leroy Walter, Rosalie Dzialynski, Pauline Slager, Ida Frieden-
berg, Hattie Halle, Louis Ball, Clara Walter, Delia Slager, and Rachel Halle.
B.M. Baer, member of the School Board, addressed the school. Ashmead
Brothers, the publishers of "The Florida Herald" and "Florida Dispatch",
sent a book as a prize to an outstanding student. Bertha Moses and Lee Bohr-
man will be married.

1883/06/22; Jacksonville; p. 423:1
Bertha Moses and L. Bohrman were married. In the account on the confir-
mation are named the confirmants taught by Rev. Max Moses: Rachel Halle,
Annie Gruenthal [Grunthal], Albert Bucky, Maurice Hough, Abraham Ber-
lack, Pauline Slager, Flora Friedenberg, Hattie Halle, Sippie Berlack.

1883/07/27; Jacksonville; p. 7:1
Rev. Marx Moses visits Cincinnati.

1883/08/17; Jacksonville; p. 7:1
Rev. Marx Moses leaves Cincinnati to go to Madison, Ind., on route to
Jacksonville.

1883/08/31; Jacksonville; p. 7:1
Mr. L. Furchgott (Jacksonville) visits Cincinnati.

1883/09/21; Pensacola; p. 2:3
Notwithstanding unfounded rumors about yellow fever in town, there are
cases nearby. Anecdotes of last year's yellow fever epidemic are told. There


are two Jewish dubs: the Irving Literary Club includes both young men and
women. The Amaranth Social consists of young girls up to age 15. Lazarus
Jacoby is engaged to Hattie Cohen. Cites a story from the "Tallahassee Econ-
omist" of ajew (now the mayor ofJacksonville [Dzialynski]) who dismissed a
suit and did not collect a debt from the widow of a debtor, who was killed in
the [Civil] War.

1883/10/19; Pensacola; p. 4:6
The existence in Pensacola of a Bible from 1611 is reported. Describes
Temple Bethel, and its services on the eve of Rosh ha-Shanah. At recent ser-
vices Adolph Goldstuker was the Chasan and Antonia Freis [Fries] the organ-
ist. S. Dannheiser [Dannheisser], representing Amaranth Club, gave to Capt.
M. Levy, President of the kahal, as a gift a cover for the Ark and pulpit.
Members of the Amaranth Social are: Sarah Dannheiser [Dannheisser], Es-
ther Rosenstein, Estella [Estelle] Forcheimer, Bella Cohen, Rachel Levy, Pau-
lina Meyerson. The Irving Literary Society's elected officers: Richard H. Freis
[Fries], Pres.; Herman Heinberg, V.P.; Antonia Freis [Fries], Treas.; Sol.
Cahn, Sec.

1883/10/26; Pensacola; p. 3:3
Mr. and Mrs. Levy celebrated their Crystal Wedding. A ball was given by the
young in observance of Simchath Torah. Because of rumors of yellow fever,
the town suffers economically, while a good winter tourist season is expected.
The Irving Literary Society met.

1883/10/26; Jacksonville; p. 3:1-2
Rob Roy & Co. was formed to inform the "American Israelite". The Yom
Kippur sermon of Rev. Moses was praised in the "Times-Union". Mr. W.M.
Bellisaero [M.M. Bellisario] is now Justice of the Peace for Boyd County. Mr.
Bucky introduces the first electric light in town. Hattie Moses visits Cincin-
nati. Fannie Dzialynski (Fort Meade) and Miss Brown (Gainesville) are visit-
ing Jacksonville. The YMHA was inactive during the summer. Rosa Berlack
married Ralph Walzer.

1883/11/02; Pensacola; p. 6:4
Dora Cohen visits Savannah, Ga.

1883/11/02; Fort-Meade; p. 6:4
Fannie Dzialynski visits Savannah, Ga.

1883/11/09; Jacksonville; p. 7:1
Hattie Moses visits Cincinnati.






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1883/11/23; Jacksonville; p. 6:6
Sunday School opened with a large attendance. Cites a report in the "Times-
Union" about the Liederkranz presided by Marx Moses. The YMHA is re-
vived under Sam Burkheim's leadership. Mr. and Mrs. Baer (Philadelphia),
the parents of Mrs. P. Walter, relocated in Jacksonville.

1883/12/21; Jacksonville; p. 2:6
YMHA had their annual literary opening at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. P.
Walter. Performing that night were: S.N. Burkhim [Burkheim], Bertha Slag-
er, Joe Baer, Ida Kaufman, J.E. Cohen, Rosalie Dzialynski, Bertha Berlack,
Mr. Berg, Mr. Berlack, Sippie Berlack, Lillie Frank, Eugene Ralphuel [Ra-
phael], Lippie Williams, and Rev. M. Moses. Rev. Moses collected money on
behalf of the newly opened Public Library (Louis Bucki, NY, donated $100).
In the library opening program: Dr. Moses, J. Beerbridge, J.T. Grures, J.C.
Muran, Mrs. Weddon Lund, Lue Patti Hudridge, Manie Hughes, Alice
Long, Julia Lund, Ada Cowan, Miss Ranson, W.H. Walker (New Orleans).

1884/01/04; Starke; p. 7:2
Mr. L. Witkovski was elected mayor. An article from the "Florida Weekly
Telegraph" discussing religious prejudice in the elections campaign, is cited.
This article lists the contributions Jews in public offices made to the state,
singling out D.L. Yulee, J. Potsdamer, and L. Harrison.

1884/01/25; Jacksonville; p. 7:2
Rev. Max [Marx] Moses received a card basket from an admirer.

1884/02/01; Pensacola; p. 2:1
Reports a new grist mill to be operated by Louis Steinman, Nashville,
(married to Miss Simon of Augusta, Ga.) and Jacob Barker, of Columbia,
Tenn. "Gopher Cigar Co." opened, manager: L.H. Levy, of New York.
Lodge 19 [219], I.O.B.B. elected officers: Pres., M. Levy; V.P., H. Raphil
[Raphael]; Treas., N.H. Frohlichstein; Monitor, G. Forcheimer; Warden and
Guard, G.H. Jacoby. Congregation Beth El elected officers: Pres., G. For-
cheimer; V.P., P. Stone; Sec., O. Goldstuker; Treas., M. Levy; Trustees, L.
Baer [Bear], Chas. J. Heinberg, O. Goldstuker, Rich. H. Fries, and L. [Laz?]
Jacoby.

1884/02/08; Pensacola; p. 3:2
B'nai Brith Alpha Lodge, #219, donates to the Indigent Student Fund
(UAHC).

1884/02/08; Pensacola; p. 3:1
A new literary society called "Harmony" was organized. Board officers: Rich
H. Fries, Pres.; I. Gugenheim, V.P.; Sol Cahn, Sec.; M.E. Levy, Treas. Exec.


Committee: P. Stone, Otto Goldstuker, and L. Meyer. A leap year party was
given at the residence of Mrs. Louis Steinan [Steinman].

1884/02/29; Pensacola; p. 7:4
Marriage of Abe S. Daniels and Fannie A. Steele announced.

1884/03/07; Pensacola; p. 7:2
Mardi Gras was celebrated with E. Levy as King Basil heading the masked
procession. Amaranth Social Club celebrated its anniversary with a ball.

1884/03/21; Jacksonville; p. 7:2
Purim was celebrated with a grand masquerade ball.

1884/03/21; Pensacola; p. 2:6
The Purim Ball was a great success. Guests from out of town were: Mr. and
Mrs. Gabe Jacoby, Sarah Meyer and Ralph Meyer, all of Milton, Fla., and
Henry Wise and Alex Block, of Mobile, Ala.

1884/04/11; Jacksonville; p. 7:3
Quotes the "Florida Herald" that the "American Israelite" and "Die Debo-
rah" will be published by Bloch Printing & Publishing company. Rev. Marx
Moses preached a powerful sermon on religious liberty.

1884/04/18; Jacksonville; p. 4:1
Critique of Samuel Benlisa's pamphlet, "I am what I am, or Mr. Ingersoll
versus the Jehovah of the Jews", published in Jacksonville.

1884/05/09; Jacksonville; p. 3:3
Rev. Marx Moses was re-elected as minister, and also granted a leave of
absence.

1884/05/16; Pensacola; p. 5:7
M. Levy, Alpha Lodge #219, was among those entitled to the Grand Lodge
degree.

1884/06/20; Pensacola; p. 5:5
Rev. I.N. Benson (Little Rock, Ark.) visits Pensacola, delivering lectures to
the congregation. He and Capt. M. Levy organize a Sunday-School. Sarah
Davis (Montgomery, Ala.) is visiting in town. Hattie Cohen and Lazarus Ja-
coby will be married.

1884/07/18; Pensacola; p. 2:2
Hattie Cohen and Lazarus Jacoby were married. In the bridal party were:
B.H. Frohlichstein (Mobile) with Nettie Jacoby, and Abe S. Bauer with Net-






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tie Kahn. Rabbi H. Berkowitz (Mobile) officiated at the wedding. Mr. G.
[H.?] Jacoby's child died. The Sunday-School, organized some weeks ago un-
der the auspices of Dr. I.N. Benson (Arkansas) is making progress.

1884/08/01; Pensacola; p. 7:3
Mr. and Mrs. E. Levy mourn the death of their daughter, Adele.

1884/09/19; Pensacola; p. 8:1
Alpha Lodge #219 contributed for the UAHC Sinking Fund.

1884/10/10; Jacksonville; p. 7:2
Reports on the holiday services, conducted by Rev. Marx Moses. One of the
features of the Kol Nidre service was the beautiful rendition of Katie Jones.

1884/10/17; Florida; p.2:1-2
Rob Roy recounts his visits to Florida Jewish communities. In Jacksonville,
he visited with MA. Dzialynski, his wife, their daughter Rosalie, and Misses
R. and B. Slager. He dined at Mrs. Slager's kosher boarding home where he
was helped by Eva and Pauline Slager. He met Bertha Berlack, Sophie Burk-
him [Burkheim], Lottie Frank, Johnnie Berg, Mo. Pollak, Sam Burkhim
[Burkheim], and Louis Berlack. Temple Ahavath Chesed has Friday evening
and Saturday morning services officiated by Rev. M. Moses, assisted by a
choir. Gainesville has a few Jewish families, and Mrs. P. Brown prepares ko-
sher food. He met Yetta Endel and Miss Brown. At Micanopy, he met the
Misses Nathan, Benjamin, and Sarah Levy. At Sanford, he met the Myersons
[Meyerson], Cohens, and the Simons, who will be joined by the Goldsteins.
Fort Meade has but one Jewish family, namely Philip Dzialynski with daugh-
ter Fannie. Among Tallahassee's Jews are the Williams, Cohens, Diamonds,
Levys, Sterns, Kivilockis and the Krausses. He met the three Miss Williams,
Minnie Cohen and Miss Levy. He met the Hermans in Tampa, the Davis
family in DeLand, D. Jacobson and [M.?] Loeb in Palatka, the Israels in
Ocala, Messrs. Schutz, Birnbaum, Levy and Mairson in Orlando. In St. Au-
gustine are Messrs. Bloomfield, Meyerson and Joseph.

1884/10/17; Florida; p. 7:2
Inquiries about Joseph Magrath are received from Florida. Magrath is a bo-
gus missionary and converter of Jews.

1884/12/10; Jacksonville; p. 7:2
Mr. Mitch Jacoby visits Cincinnati.

1885/01/02; Pensacola; p. 7:3
B.L. Diamond and Johanna Heinberg were married by Rev. Berkowitz, of


Mobile, Ala. Herman Heinberg is engaged to Ellen [Helen] Good, of Chica-
go, and Julius Heinberg is engaged to Antonia Fries.

1885/01/02; Florida; p. 2:1-2
A short description of Florida and Jacksonville. Miss Mena, daughter of R.S.
Williams, of Tallahassee, was chosen to present Edward A. Perry, the new
governor, with a silk flag.

1885/01/16; Pensacola; p. 2:1-2
Cong. Beth-El elected officers: Pres., J. Kahn; V.P., M. Levy; Sec., Victor
Oplatek; Treas., Milton Goldbach; Trustees, Mr. Dannheisser, P. Stone, G.
Forcheimer, J. Kahn, and N.H. Frohlichstein. Alpha Lodge #219 new offi-
cers are: M. Levy, Pres.; J. Kahn, V.P.; A. Goldstuker, Sec.; G. Forcheimer,
Treas.; M. Dannheiser [Dannheisser], Warden and Guard; S.M. Goldbach,
Monitor. Preparing an entertainment for the benefit of the Congregation,
N.H. Frohlichstein and Prof. Hutman, managers. Jacob Barker (Columbia,
Tenn.) left after a year in Pensacola. Otto Goldstuker was elected Collector
of Revenue and C.J. Heinberg was elected Alderman. Correction to a
01/02/85 report: Helen Good (Quincy,Ill.) is engaged to H. Heinberg.

1885/01/16; Jacksonville; p. 2:1
Points of interest in Florida are discussed. Mentions Silver Springs. In Jack-
sonville, a benefit fair to fence and beautify the cemetery is being organized.
Points out the lack of Jewish social clubs and calls for the reorganization of
the YMHA. Congregation Ahavath Chesed elected new officers: Pres., J.
Huff; V.P., A. Zacharias; Sec., H.P. Fridenberg [Friedenberg]; Treas., C.
Benedict; Trustees, B.M. Baer, J.D. Burkheim, S. Ritzewoller, L. [I.] Leh-
man, and M.A. Dzialynski.

1885/01/30; Florida; p. 2:2
The beauty of Tallahassee and its vicinity is described. Most of the business
here is conducted by Israelites. The Montefiore Club meets semi-monthly to
discuss current events. Ida Williams is to marry Morris Cohen, of Savannah,
Ga. Seppie Williams is to marry Charles Abt, of Savannah, Ga. Ike Moses
and his sister Lena are visiting in Jacksonville. Also visiting Jacksonville are
Philip Kuppenheimer (Chicago), Louis Nordlinger (New York), and Magnus
Cohen (England).

1885/01/30; Jacksonville; p. 3:5
Rev. Dr. Marx Moses delivered a discourse on Marriage. Miss Barbour and
Miss Katie Jones performed also. (From the Times-Union)

1885/02/06; Jacksonville; p. 9:5
Mitch Jacoby married Bertha Slager, both ofJacksonville.






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1885/02/06; Jacksonville; p. 2:1
Describes the charity fair held to raise funds for the erection of a fence
around the Hebrew cemetery and to remove the mortgage on the synagogue.
It began with music played by the Jacksonville Silver Cornet Band, followed
by a prayer led by Dr. Marx Moses. J. Huff introduced Mayor W. McL.
Dancy. The booths were operated by: Mrs. J. Huff, Mrs. H.P. Friedenberg,
Mrs. J.D. Bucky, Miss Flora Friedenberg, Mrs. P. Walter, Mrs. A. Zacharias,
Mrs. Katie Baer, Mrs. J.B. Hess, Miss Ida Wilson, Mrs. J. Slager, Miss Emma
Hirsch, Miss Eva Slager, Miss Pauline Slager, Mrs. I. Lehman, Mrs. L. Frank,
Mrs. S.V. Landauer, Mrs. B.M. Baer, Mrs. J.D. Burkheim, Mrs. A. Pincus,
Miss Dillie Burkheim, Miss Emilie Pincus, Miss Hattie Moses, Mrs. M.A.
Dzialynski, Mrs. A. Rosenthal, and Misses Rosalie Dzialynski, Pauline Ritze-
woller, Bertha Slager, Sophie Burkheim, Flora Landauer, Nettie Baer, and
Bertha Halle. Mr. M. Pollack [Pollak] received messages from the Consoli-
dated Grand Jew Union Telegraph Company. Mr. Ed. W. Prouter directed
the St. James Orchestra. The evening ended with drawings by: C.H. Cornell,
Mrs. C. Benedict, Mayor Dancy, and 'Squire Barker. (Based on the "Florida
Times-Union")

1885/02/06; Florida; p. 5:7-6:1
An account of the author's (Rob Roy) trip to Florida. Jacksonville is lively
with many tourists. The Jewish charity fair will take place under the auspices
of the ladies of Ahavath Chesed Congregation. He attended Friday evening
services, where Rev. Marx Moses discoursed. The attendance was fair. De-
scribes St. Augustine and Greenville, mentioning Mrs. S.B. Norden (Savan-
nah, Ga.) visiting Greenville. Also describes Micanopy with two Jewish fami-
lies, among them, his host Herr Benjamin.

1885/02/06; Pensacola; p. 3:5
Jacob Barker, formerly of Pensacola, is betrothed to Jeanette Gundersheimer,
of New Orleans. Jacob Slater, of Columbia, Tenn., has returned home. Er-
nest Newman and family, of Philadelphia, are visiting in town. The Ama-
ranth Social Club gave a dance and supper. Managing were: Bella Cohen, Sa-
rah Dannheiser [Dannheisser], Estella [Estelle] Forcheimer and Rachel Levy.

1885/02/13; Jacksonville; p. 6:5
At the Hebrew fair Rev. Max [Marx] Moses was elected the most popular
minister over seven candidates.

1885/02/13; Jacksonville; p. 6:2
Betrothal of Bertha Halle (Jacksonville) to I.D. Friedman (Andover, Ohio) is
announced.


1885/02/20; Pensacola; p. 8:1
Alpha Lodge #219, I.O.B.B., paid its dues, $1.95, to the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations.

1885/02/20; Jacksonville; p. 7:2-3
Reference to an abstract of Rev. Wm. K. Tully's discourse on freedom of
speech as published in the "Florida Daily Journal". In his discourse, Tully
mentions the Jews as not recognizing freedom of speech. Some of his facts are
not true, and the author regrets that preachers attack Jews, living or dead.

1885/03/06; St. Augustine; p. 5:2-3
Describes St. Augustine and some of its monuments. Mr. Louis Nordlinger,
visitor to Florida, now in Nassau, New Providence, made friends in Jackson-
ville. Mr. Joe Baer is on a tour in the Bahamas and the West Indies. The fair
in Jacksonville was a great success. (H.E. Brew author)

1885/03/13; Pensacola; p. 7:3
Mr. H. Heineberg [Heinberg] (Pensacola) and Helen Good (Quincy, Ill.)
were married by Rev E.K. Fischer.

1885/03/13; Jacksonville; p. 2:4
From the "Times-Union", the wedding of Bertha Halle and I.D. Friedman
(Andover, Oh.) is described. The wedding was officiated by Rev. Marx
Moses.

1885/03/20; Jacksonville; p. 6:4
H.E. Brew describes a "hop" for Purim in Jacksonville with Prouty & Belch-
er's St. James Orchestra. The reception committee: P. Halle, H. Weiskopf,
MA. Dzialynski, A. Zacharias. Floor managers: Jacob Huff, C. Benedict, J.
Burkheim. He talks about the need for a Young Men's Hebrew Association.
Reports about the good attendance at Friday night and Saturday services un-
der the direction of Rev. Marx Moses. They have a choir and he mentions
Flora Friedenberg who sang in last Friday's services. Sim Canmann [Can-
man], of Cincinnati, is visiting in town. Mr. George W. Markens was on a
trip. Mrs. Charles Frank of Cincinnati is here at Mrs. Day's boarding house
with her recovered baby. Also visiting in town are Lillie Taylor (Wilmington,
NC) and L. Monheimer (Chicago, Ill.). Mr. Jacob Parker (Pensacola) mar-
ried Jeannette Gundersheimer (New Orleans).

1885/03/20; Florida; p. 5:6-7
Rob Roy describes places he visited in Florida: Micanopy, Evinston, Ocala,
Palatka, Crescent City, De Land, and Sanford with its hotel managed byJ.M.
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Fort Meade, Plant City, Fort Dade, Tampa (Hillsborough County), Cedar
Keys [sic], and Bartow, where Mr. Morrison erected an Opera house. The
Jewish fair in Jacksonville was a success with $1,800 netted. On the message
blank in the telegraph office in the fair were signed: Bertha Halle, Pres.;
M.O. Pollak, Gen. Supt. He does not agree with H.E. Brew's (the Tallahas-
see correspondent) views on the Jacksonville people.

1885/04/10; Jacksonville; p. 2:1
Cites a piece in the "Times-Union" praising Flora Fridenberg's [Friedenberg]
voice and her singing in the synagogue. Her teacher is Florence Keep.

1885/04/24; Jacksonville; p. 2:7
Congregation Ahavath Chesed is looking for a chasan; signed by H.P. Fri-
denberg [Friedenberg], Secretary.

1885/05/08; Tallahassee; p. 7:1
Mr. Julius Diamond (Tallahassee) visited Cincinnati and the Hebrew Union
College, where he donated $10 to the Indigent Students Fund.

1885/05/08; Jacksonville; p. 6:4-5
Describes a train trip from Cincinnati to Jacksonville.

1885/05/15; Jacksonville; p. 3:2
Jake Hoff [Huff), of Jacksonville, will be in St. Louis on lodge business.

1885/05/15; Florida; p. 2:5-6
Describes a visit in Florida: Bay Catherine and Jacksonville, and a trip by
steamer down the St. John River. Passed Mr. Spinner on the way.

1885/05/22; Florida; p. 6:3-4
Describes a visit to St. Augustine, sailing on Mantanzas Bay, and a return to
Jacksonville, by train.

1885/05/22; Jacksonville; p. 3:3
Mr. Jake Hoff [Huff], of Jacksonville, is in St. Louis attending the Supreme
Lodge Knights of Honor convention.

1885/05/29; Jacksonville; p. 6:6
H.E. Brew reports a rumor about Rev. Marx Moses accepting a call from a
congregation in the East. Jacksonville had a good winter with many tourists.
Flora Friedenberg won in the Louisiana Lottery. Katie Jones, of Jacksonville,
moves to Cincinnati to cultivate her musical and vocal powers.


1885/05/29; Jacksonville; p. 3:2
M.J. Hoff [Jacob Huff?] (Jacksonville), while visiting in St. Louis, made a
trip to Peoria, Ill. to visit his brother-in-law Dr. Eugene Fridenberg. He was
impressed by the Knights of Honor convention he attended.

1885/06/05; Florida; p. 5:5-6
Describes Jacksonville, sailing on Bay Catherine, then an excursion up the St.
John River. Visited Sanford and Kisimanee [Kissimmee], where the author
boarded a boat to Lake Tahopeteliga.

1885/06/05; Tallahassee; p. 2:2
Julius Diamond, of Tallahassee, donates to the Indigent Students Fund (the
Union of American Hebrew Congregations).

1885/06/12; Florida; p. 3:5-6
Reports on a trip in Florida, describing Lake Tahopeteliga and its scenery,
and Kissimmee and vicinity where the party was entertained by a Mr.
Chesley.

1885/06/19; Florida; p. 5:1-2
The author concludes his travel narrative, his return to Jacksonville, and de-
parture from Florida. He reminisces about his visit to Kissimmee and the St.
John River.

1885/07/03; Jacksonville; p. 7:4-5
A surprise party was tendered Ida Wilson on the eve of her departure. Shevu-
oth was celebrated in town with Rev. Marx Moses delivering lectures. At a
meeting of the Ahavath Chesed Congregation, Rev. Moses announced that
he had a better position in the north; the congregation is looking for a minis-
ter. Sim Canman (Cincinnati) is visiting Jacksonville, staying with George
W. Markens. Lena Moses left for her home in Madison, Ind., after spending
the winter here. The Jewish community of Tallahassee spent a day at Lake
Bradford. Mrs. R.S. Williams (Tallahassee) and her daughter, Mena, plan to
leave town for the summer as are Mrs. Y.A. Levy and daughters, Minnie,
Rollie, and Annie.

1885/07/10; Jacksonville; p. 8:2
Rev. Dr. Alex Rosenspitz, formerly of Portland, Oregon, was elected minister
at Ahavath Achim [i.e. Chesed] Congregation.

1885/07/17; Jacksonville; p. 3:3
Rev. Marx Moses, Rabbi of Ahavath Chesed Congregation, delivered his fare-









well address to the synagogue with Jews and Gentiles in attendance. Miss
Lund sang.

1885/07/24; Jacksonville; p. 9:4
Text of a letter of recommendation for the Rev. Marx Moses from the Aha-
vath Chesed Congregation's board: Jacob Huff, Pres.; Aaron Zacharias, V.P.;
Henry Fridenberg [Friedenberg], Secretary.

1885/08/14; Jacksonville; p. 8:5
Mourning and memorial services were held for Sir Moses Montefiore and
General Grant. Rev. A. Rosenspitz delivered a sermon and a perpetual lamp
was hung and consecrated.

1885/08/21; Pensacola; p. 8:4
Engagement ofJeanette Meyer (New Orleans) to Victor Oplatek, formerly of
New Orleans, now in Pensacola, is announced.

1885/09/18; Pensacola; p. 6:6
Reports of the New Year's services. The children's choir, assisted by Dora Ro-
senstein and Nettie Kahn, was directed by Adolph Goldstuker with Estelle
Forcheimer, organist.

1885/09/18; Pensacola; p. 6:3
Reports on the preparations for the Holidays. Adolph Goldstuker will be the
Chasan. Lee Blum, of Cincinnati, was in town. Jeanette Meyer and Carrie
Gundersheimer, of New Orleans, returned to their home. Mrs. N.H. Froh-
lichstein, of Mobile, formerly of Pensacola, left town. Laz. Jacoby became a
father.

1885/10/16; Jacksonville; p. 9:1
Flora Friedenberg (Jacksonville) went to Cincinnati to study music. She re-
sides with Mrs. Mike Drukker.

1885/10/16; Jacksonville; p. 9:1
Jacob Huff (Jacksonville) was in Cincinnati to bring his niece, [Flora] Frie-
denberg, to the College of Music.

1885/11/13; Jacksonville; p. 6:4
The congregation is prospering and the Sunday School is active. The mem-
bers of Ahavath Chesed Congregation held a meeting in which Morris Co-
hen, J.B. Hess, A. Rosenthal, A.K. Leon, I. Lehman, H. Berlack, and S.
Myers were "to grace the ranks of the members" of the congregation.


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1886/01/22; Jacksonville; p. 8:2
The following officers were elected at the annual meeting of Ahavath Chesed
of the State of Florida: Pres., Julius Slager; V. Pres., H. Berlack; Sec., H.P.
Fridenberg [Friedenberg]; Treas., Charles Benedict; Trustees-Morris Dzya-
linsky [Dzialynski], Jacob Huff, Aaron Zacharias, M. Baer, Philip Walter,
and A.K. Leon; Minister-Rabbi Alex Rosenspitz; Warden-Leopold Furch-
gott. The Congregation and its Sunday School are flourishing.

1886/01/29; Pensacola; p. 10:1
Mr. H. Jacoby died at the residence of his son, L. Jacoby. Among his children
are: Jacob Jacoby (Houston, Texas) and Mitchell Jacoby (Jacksonville).

1886/02/05; Jacksonville; p. 2:6-3:1
The Kurtz brothers opened a tobacco establishment in town. One of them
Mike Kurtz, was arrested as a robbery suspect in Troy, N.Y. The Orion Soci-
ety was organized by the younger members of the Ahavath Chesed Congrega-
tion, with the Rev. Rosenspitz, President. The young ladies and men of Jack-
sonville had an agreeable evening. Rose Levy (Troy, N.Y.) visits her aunt,
Mrs. D. Bucky, of Jacksonville. Mrs. R. Weiskopf (Minneapolis) is visiting
her son-in-law, George Markens, en route to Beaufort, S.C. She is accompa-
nied by her daughter, Mrs. R. S. Williams (Tallahassee). Mr. Simmons, (New
York) spent a week in Jacksonville while on his way to Ellaville. Amos Quito
(author)

1886/02/26; Pensacola; p. 9:4
S. Myerson [Meyerson], of Pensacola died. He was the stepfather of Richard
Fries, Julius Heinberg, and Mrs. Jacob Berling. He was a member of B'nai
Brith and of Pensacola Lodge #4, I.O.O.F. His funeral was attended by the
Odd Fellow and B'nai Brith lodges.

1886/02/26; Pensacola; p. 9:4
S. Meyerson, a one-time resident of California who later moved to Pensacola,
died in New Orleans.

1886/03/19; Pensacola; p. 10:1
Reports the engagement of Jacob Israel (Americus, Ga.) to Miss Dannheiser
[Bertha Dannheisser] (Pensacola). Sam Israel came from Mobile to offer con-
gratulations to his brother.

1886/03/19; Pensacola; p. 9:3
Jacob Israel (Americus, Ga.) is betrothed to Bertha Dannheiser [Dannheisser]
(Pensacola).






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1886/04/23; Jacksonville; p. 9:3
Rev. Alex. Rosenspitz, ofJacksonville, will participate in the translation of the
Bible into Hungarian.

1886/05/07; Jacksonville; p. 5:6
Reports about the "Orions" social cub and the resignation of its president,
Rev. Rosenspitz. Later they had a hop, an elegant affair which cost more
money than they had. Bertha Slager and Mitch Jacoby were married in Tem-
ple Ahavath Chesed by Rabbi Rosenspitz. Flora Fridenberg [Friedenberg] re-
turned from Cincinnati where she studied music. The following recently
made Florida their new home: Elmo Lehman, son of Isidor Lehman, Sidney
Rosenthal, his genial father Alex Rosenthal, and Mr. Benedict, son of Chas.
Benedict. Rose Levy retumed home to Troy, N.Y. Pauline Ritzewoller
(Peoria, Ill.) visited with her sister, Mrs. A. Rosenthal.

1886/06/18; Jacksonville; p. 3:2-4
Rev. Rosenspitz resigned his pulpit at Temple Ahavath Chesed. The author
quotes an essay, "My people", that was read by Rachel Halle on her gradua-
tion from high school. Pauline Slager also graduated and read her essay,
"Nowadays". Sim J. Canman with his bride the former Bertha Lowenstein
visited Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Markens in Jacksonville. Amos Quito
(author).

1886/07/02; Jacksonville; p. 6:1
Ostrowo from Goldsboro, N.C. criticizes "Amos" and his reports from
Florida. He says that Mr. Rosenspitz was asked by Ahavath Chesed Cong. to
leave because of unpopularity.

1886/07/02; Pensacola; p. 10:1
Bertha, daughter of M. Dannheiser [Dannheisser], was married to Jacob Is-
rael (Americus, Ga.) in Temple Beth El. Rev. Dr. H. Berkowitz, of Mobile,
officiated and delivered a discourse. In attendance were: Mrs. Israel and Mr.
H. Frohlichstein (Mobile) Alice and Pauline Dannheiser [Dannheisser], Emil
Frank (Atlanta) and Morris Dannheiser [Dannheisser] (Meridian, Miss.).
Following the ceremony the guests went to a reception given by Mrs. Sex-
auer. Speeches were given by Rev. Berkowitz, Capt. M. Levy, Rev. W.S.
Brown and Emil Frank.

1886/07/23; Jacksonville; p. 6:4-5
A newcomer in town is Rev. J. Kyser [I. Kaiser], formerly of Plattsburgh,
N.Y. The author cites a letter from Ahavath Chesed Congregation referring
to the report by Ostrow about Rev. Rosenspitz. The letter declares that the
Rev. was not asked to leave but instead he left because of his participation in


the translation of the Bible to Hungarian. Signed by: Julius Slager, Pres. and
Attest; H.P. Fridenberg [Friedenberg], Sec.

1886/07/23; Jacksonville; p. 3:4
Philip Walter, Clerk of the U.S. Circuit Court and a leading member of the
Ahavath Chesed Congregation, recovers from an operation. He was treated
by Drs. Daniels, Mitchell, Kenworthy and Fernandez. A new resort is being
developed at Pablo Beach, which is linked to Jacksonville by railway. The
friends of Juliet Daisy Sylvester organized a party to bid her au revoir on her
summer trip. Amos Quito (author).

1886/08/06; Jacksonville; p. 6:4-5
The author criticizes the "Orions" for being inactive. He had a dream on a
meeting of the "Orions", Sigmund Hess, Pres., opened the evening, Flora
Friedenberg sang, there was a debate with Lou Berlack, Ike Moses, A.S. Burk-
him [Burkheim] and Jno. [sic] E. Berg. Pauline Slager read a poem, J.E. Baer
played the piano, and John E. Berg played the violin. George W. Markens,
formerly of Jacksonville, is now an author. Rabbi A.[I.] Kaiser was chosen as
a Rabbi for the Jacksonville Congregation. The "Florida Herald" refers to
Quito's report in the AI about Pablo Beach. S. Hess returned from Charles-
ton. Mrs. I. Lehman, wife of Isidor Lehman, left for the mountains of NC
with her son, Elmo. I. Moses has departed Jacksonville. A.E. [Alfred E.] Co-
hen is now in the Catskill Mountains.

1886/09/03; Jacksonville; p. 2:4
Nettie Sylvester is engaged to M.J. Wineman. Miss Lee Bren (Baltimore,
Md.) is visiting her aunt, Mrs. R.J. Slager.

1886/10/15; Florida; p. 10:3
Ex-Senator D.L. Yulee of Florida died in N.Y. His name originally was David
Levy. He was Florida's delegate to the Congress from 1841-45, under the
name of Levy. He fell in love with Miss Wickliff of Kentucky. (It is said that
one of her conditions for her engagement was that he change his name). In
the convention that framed the Florida State Constitution, he served under
the name of Yulee. In 1845, he was elected to the U.S. Senate and served un-
til 1861, when he withdrew with other southern senators. His funeral was at-
tended by his son, his two unmarried daughters, and his married daughter
and husband Mr. and Mrs. C.H. Read of Washington.

1886/10/22; Florida; p. 7:5
Refers to the death of ex-Senator D.L. Yulee of Florida. It is recalled that
none of the northern states had ever been represented in the Senate by a Jew,
but three southern states were represented by Jews: Florida by D.L. Yulee







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(David Levy); Louisiana by Judah P. Benjamin, and B.F. Jonas. Also, the Jew
takes a much larger and prominent part in state and municipal politics in the
South than in the North. This is largely due to the absence of a large propor-
tion of German voters which is found north of the Mason and Dixon line.

1886/10/29; Jacksonville; p. 1:1
Amos is back in town. Jacksonville is getting ready for the winter season.
Miss Florence Bindley presented a play by Bartley Campbell. The Opera
House will bring actors: Kate Claxton, Mrs. D.P. Bowers, M'lle Rhea, Fanny
Davenport, Robt. B. Mantel, Oliver Doud Byron and others. Mrs. I. Leh-
man returned to town after a summer in the mountains. Sim J. Canman was
collared with a diamond button by some of his friends. The Congregation
Ahavath Chesed should work on beautifying the Temple. It is time for the
"Orions" to be active again. Mr. Ben J. Apple will marry Miss Lulie Abrams
(both from Savannah). Jake Altmayer, of the "Forest City", will marry Sarah
Endel, of Gainesville.

1886/11/05; Pensacola; p. 1:5
Mr. A. Goldstuker was selected to read services regularly on Fridays and Sat-
urdays. The congregation has about 30 members, a shule, and an organ. A
Sabbath-School was also organized.

1886/11/12; Pensacola; p. 1:5
The Concordia Literary Society was established with 45 members. The offi-
cers are: Solomon Cahn, Pres.; Richard H. Fries, First V.P.; Dora Rosenstein,
Second V.P.; Dave Dannheiser [Dannheisser], Treas.; A.V. Maschcovitz,
Sec.; Joe Erb, Librarian. Geronimo and other Apache chiefs are being held at
Fort Pickens.

1886/12/10; Pensacola; p. 9:4
Sol. Cahn, formerly of New Orleans, La., now Pensacola, is betrothed to
Nettle Kahn, of Pensacola.

1887/01/21; Jacksonville; p. 7:1
A surprise party was tendered to Philip Walter. The congregation has new of-
ficers: A. Zacharias, Pres.; Julius [J.B.?] Hess, V.P.; Benedict, Treas.; J. Huff,
Ph. Walter, Baer, Berlack and Furchgott, Trustees.

1887/01/28; Pensacola; p. 7:6
An ad placed by Congregation Beth El searching for a minister. For informa-
tion: V.J. Oplatek, Secretary.

1887/02/25; Jacksonville; p. 2:5
Mamie Sylvester and Meyer J. Wineman were married. A reception followed


at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. B.M. Baer. Visiting the city are: Lena Levy
(Troy, N.Y.) is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Bucky; Mrs. Grundy reports that
Beulah Budwig (Cleveland, Oh.) is visiting Mrs. A. Zacharias; Fanny Iseman
(Charleston) is visiting Mrs. Isidor Lehman; Bella Berolzheimer (N.Y.), for-
merly Bella Lanferty, of Fort Wayne, Ind., is visiting Mrs. G.W. Markens;
Mrs. R. Weiskopf and her daughter, both of Minneapolis, Minn., are visiting
Mrs. G.W. Markens; Mr. and Mrs. Philip Wineman (Charleston) are in
town for the wedding of their son Meyer J. Wineman. Mrs. Slumasky (N.Y.)
and Miss Bluma Slumasky are in town for the wedding of Nellie Sylvester.
The Hebrew Benevolent Society held a meeting and elected officers: Philip
Walter, Pres.; P. Halle, V.P.; Chas. Benedict, Treas.; H.P. Friedenberg, Sec.;
B.M. Baer, I. Grunthal and Leopold Furchgott, Trustees; P. Halle and L.
Furchgott, Relief Committee. Rabbi [I.] Kaiser proved himself to be the best
minister the Congregation Ahavath Chesed had. The "Sunday Critique" is
quoted, telling that Mena Williams, of Tallahassee, will graduate the Odeon
College in June.

1887/03/18; Pensacola; p. 2:4
The Beth El Cong. of which P. Stone is President, has opened a Sabbath-
School. Israel Heinberg serves as both Minister and teacher.

1887/04/08; Gainesville; p. 9:3
Miss Sarah Appel (Savannah, Ga.) left for Gainesville, Fla., to visit Sarah
Levy.

1887/05/06; Jacksonville; p. 8:4
Bertha Greentree (Baltimore) was married to Jos. Sable [Sabel] (Augusta,
Ga.). Their future home will be Jacksonville.

1887/05/20; Ocala; p. 7:1
L. Ottensoser (Ocala) is betrothed to Fannie Lesser (Syracuse, N.Y.).

1887/05/20; Ocala; p. 6:2
Mr. L. Ottensoser (Ocala) stopped in Cincinnati on his way home.

1887/05/27; Pensacola; p. 8:4
Rev. Israel Heinberg, of Beth-El Congregation, lectured on the separation of
church and state. Rev. H.S. Yerger, the Presbyterian minister, lectured about
the Jews and their history. Carrie Gundersheimer, formerly of New Orleans,
will marry Albert Metger, of Mobile. Alice Dannheiser [Dannheisser] is en-
gaged to Isidor Gugenheim. Sol Cahn will be married to Nettle Kahn. The
Grand Lodge, I.O.B.B., increased the yearly dues. Rev. Heinberg holds ser-
vices regularly at Beth-El. Callie Stone, Annie Levy, and Caroline Kahn
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1887/05/27; Jacksonville; p. 7:2
Mr. and Mrs. Berlack celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary.

1887/07/01; Jacksonville; p. 6:6-7:1
Ike Solomon is engaged to Mrs. Max Bloomfield, of St. Augustine. Jacob Co-
hen will marry Hattie Halle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. Halle. The author
criticizes the local newspapers for using the name "Jew" whenever a petty
crime is committed by a person of that faith. George W. Markens wrote on
this matter and it was published in the "New Herald". The A.I. brings the
letter and the editor's comment. Sigmund Ritzwoller, [Ritzewoller] who did
not close his store on the High Holidays last year, was involved in a fight
with Mr. Bowdan over the former's not dosing his store on Thursday after-
noon with all the other merchants in town. Mrs. George W. Markens and
daughter, Bertie, are leaving for the summer resorts of New York. Mrs.
Charles Benedict and sons left for the summer. May Landauer left for Phila-
delphia, where she'll stay until next winter. Cong. Ahavath Chesed will close
its doors during the summer months. Rev. [Ignatz] Kaiser, has been well re-
ceived and has made friends among Jews and Gentiles alike. Daisy Israel
(Ocala) is visiting relatives in Jacksonville. The Orion club is defunct.

1887/07/29; Tampa; p. 10:1
Ben Brown (Tampa) stopped in Savannah, Ga. for a few days with his sister,
Miss E. Brown, on their way home.

1887/08/26; Lake City; p. 6:5
Mrs. E. Kulman (Savannah, Ga.) and her daughters, Pauline and Bertie, will
visit her sister, Mrs. Potsdamer in Lake City.

1887/09102; Pensacola; p. 10:1
Richard H. Fries (Pensacola) is about to locate in Birmingham, Ala.

1887/09/02; Pensacola; p. 9:2-3
Yetta and Clara Lehman (Greenville, Ala.) visited town together with their
Sister, Mrs. Steinhart and children. The family of Mr. and Mrs. L. [Laz?] Ja-
coby and Nettle Jacoby spent the summer in Bayou Grande. Describes the vi-
cinity of Pensacola. Richard H. Fries is moving to Birmingham. Dora Rosen-
stein is visiting Jacksonville. Mr. J. Kuhn and son, Alex, left for Philadelphia.
Mr. P. Stone will leave for a trip to New York. Rev. Israel Heinberg is prepar-
ing for the Holidays. Estelle Forcheimer will be the organist at the High Hol-
idays services.

1887/09/02; Jacksonville; p. 8:3
Mrs. J. Rosenthal (Jacksonville) is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Ritzewoller, Peoria, Ill.


1887/09/16; Pensacola; p. 8:1-2
Lewis Bear is recovering and sojourning on Lookout Mountain. The author
visited Chattanooga. Misses Forcheimer, Amelia Meyer, Nettie Jacoby, Mr.
N.H. Frohlichstein, and Isaac Meyer were together at Mrs. P. Stone's for a
gathering. The Rev. Israel Heinberg has resigned his position in Temple Beth
El. A daughter was born to Julius Heinberg. Adolph Wolf (Atlanta, Ga.) is
staying in town. The adjoining county voted for "prohibition" and efforts are
made to do the same here.

1887/10/14; Orlando; p. 9:4
Miss Gazan (Orlando) is visiting Savannah, Ga.

1887/10/21; Pensacola; p. 7:2
Morris Danheiser [Dannheisser] is betrothed to Pauline Danheiser [Dann-
heisser], both of Pensacola.

1887/11/25; Marianna; p. 5:3
Sarah Zellnicker (Mobile) is betrothed to Henry Brast (Mariana).

1887/12/23; Jacksonville; p. 7:4
Sigmund Hess is betrothed to Eva Slager, both ofJacksonville.

1887/12/23; Jacksonville; p. 7:3
A "help wanted" ad for a minister for Congregation Ahavath Chesed; signed
by H.P. Fridenberg [Friedenberg].

1888/01/06; Monticello; p. 6:6
Death announcement of Simon Simon, of Monticello, formerly of Rich-
mond, Va.

1888/01/13; Jacksonville; p. 9:2
There were 5 engagements lately in town: Leopold Furchgott to Julie Meye-
rheim, of N.Y.; Sigmund Hess to Eva Slager; Si. Waterman to Sophie Burk-
him [Burkheim]; Maseod Cohn to Hannah Nathan; and Rosalie Dzialynski
to Sol Iseman, of Charleston. Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Hess gave a party in honor
of the engagement of Sigmund Hess to Eva Slager. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Wal-
ter celebrated their 14th wedding anniversary. A reception was given by Mr.
and Mrs. I. Lehman at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. B.M. Baer, in honor of
the betrothal of Sol Iseman and Rosalie Dzialynski. Another reception for
this couple was tendered by Mr. and Mrs. Dzialynski. Miss Frances Behrens
arrived in Jacksonville. Gertie Israel, of Ocala, is spending several weeks with
Mrs. Philip Walter. Mr. R. Pyle returned from New York. Mr. and Mrs. Or-
tleib, of New York, have moved to Jacksonville. Three applications for the
rabbi's position were received by Cong. Ahavath Chesed. Geo. W. Markens






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began the publication of an ant-prohibition paper, "The Press". Alf. Hol-
stein from Cincinnati was in town. The Temple has been closed for the past
three months because of the lack of a minister.

1888/01/13; Pensacola; p. 9:3
Mr. Abe Gundersheimer (Pensacola) visited Columbia, Tenn.

1888/01/13; Pensacola; p. 7:4
Morris Dannheisser will marry Pauline Dannheisser. The ceremony will be
officiated by Rev. H. Berkowitz, and the reception will be at the residence of
Mrs. Isidore Gugenheim. Mr. G. Forcheimer will move into a new home.
Messrs. Gugenheim and Jacoby have built new homes. A ball for the benefit
of the children was organized by Mrs. Jacob Kahn, and Mrs. David Baer. The
synagogue has regular services, officiated by Rev. Adolph Goldstuker.

1888/02/03; Jacksonville; p. 10:3
Leopold Furchgott married Julie Meyerheim of New York.

1888/03/30; Pensacola; p. 7:1-2
Bella Cohen and D. Kugelman are engaged. The Opera performs for one
week. Rev. G.O. Barnes, an evangelist, is giving a series of lectures addressed
to Jews and Gentiles. The biggest event this season will be the grand drill by
the U.S. Gulf Atlantic Squadron. Pesach services will be held in the Temple
under the direction of A. Goldstuker, with the choir directed by Estelle For-
cheimer. Mr. and Mrs. Sol Cahn have a baby girl; Mr. and Mrs. C.. Hein-
berg have a baby boy. Nettle Jacoby is visiting in Mobile. Ed Cohen returned
from New Orleans, where he attended his sister's (Marian) wedding. Mr. and
Mrs. G. Forcheimer returned from a trip to Mobile. Abe [S.] Daniels re-
turned from the Grand Lodge Assembly, K. of H. [Knights of Honor], at St.
Augustine. Mr. M. Levy was elected to represent the local I.O.B.B. Lodge at
the Grand Lodge's next session.

1888/04/20; Jacksonville; p. 7:1;7:4
Rev. Max [Marx] Moses was back in town to officiate at the weddings ofSig-
mund Hess/Eva Slager and I. Cohen/Hannah Nathan.

1888/06/29; Pensacola; p. 9:2
Mrs. Emma Goldbach, formerly of Pensacola, died at Thomasville, Ga. Bella
Cohen left for Hermitage, La. to visit her aunt Mrs. Aaron Bauer. Mr. Eu-
gene Guttman (New Orleans) is in town, visiting with Otto Goldstuker. Ber-
tha and Max Lee Baer [Bear] returned from Staunton, Va. where they
attended school. Julia Forcheimer (Staunton, Va.) spent her vacation with
Bertha Baer. Ben Forcheimer (New Orleans) is in town visiting his father.


Mrs. P. Stone left to spend the summer with her sister, Mrs. N.H. Frohlich-
stein, at Howard's near Mobile. Mrs. Sol. Cahn and little Reine returned
after visiting Mrs. F. Cahn.

1888/09/21; Jacksonville; p. 8:6
The correspondence between Syvaih [sic] Marks, Hebrew Ladies Benevolent
Society, and Mayor Reese of Montgomery, regarding the contribution of $50
the ladies sent to the yellow fever sufferers in Jacksonville, is published.

1888/09/21; Pensacola; p.8:5
The New Year's services were conducted by Rev. Adolph Goldstuker. In the
choir: Estelle Forcheimer, organist, Frances Forcheimer, Dora, Esther, Hinda
and Archie Rosenstein, and Ed. Goldstuker. Jos. Jacoby, basso, did not sing
because of a cold. A rigid quarantine has been established at Jacksonville be-
cause of the yellow fever. Julia Forcheimer and Bertha Bear will attend the
session of the Augusta Female Seminary, at Staunton, Va. They will be ac-
companied by Morris Bear. Mrs. Laz. Jacoby and family are at Battle's
Wharf, near Mobile, visiting with Mrs. Frances Frohlichstein. Ben Jacobs,
formerly of Pensacola, lately of Richmond, Va., will be in town, and will
form a partnership with Laz. Jacoby. Julius Heinberg opened his own grocery
business. Gerson Forcheimer and Joseph Coleman left for N.Y. and
Cincinnati.

1888/09/21; Jacksonville; p. 8:3-4
Yellow fever hit the city after a very good and prosperous season. Out of
35,000 inhabitants, only less than 4,000 whites and over 9,000 blacks are re-
maining in town following the death of many people. Among the people who
remained are: Mr. and Mrs. I. Slager, Morris Slager, Sig Hess, P. Tishler
[Tischler], Messrs. I. and H. Grinthal [Grunthal] with their families, Mr. and
Mrs. B.M. Baer with daughter, Essie. Mrs. Slager was stricken with the dis-
ease, but is now convalescing. Mr. P. Tishler was also sick, but is now better.
The children of Mr. and Mrs. Baer were all ill with the fever; the two eldest
recovered fast and are now in N.Y. Essie Baer was severely ill for 5 weeks, and
this prevented her and her parents from leaving town. Mrs. J.D. Burkhim
[Burkheim] and Dillie are in Tallahassee. M.A. Dzialynski with his family
and Millie Burkheim are in Tryon, N.C. Mrs. I. Lehman and child are in
Charleston. Pauline and Delia Slager are in Baltimore with Lee Brenn. Mr.
and Mrs. Jacob Huff and family, Mr. A. Zacharias and family, Beulah Bud-,
wig, Mrs. Sig. Hess, and Albert Bucky are in Georgia. Mr. Ike Moses is in
Philadelphia. Mr. Philip Walter is in Tallahassee. The following are in N.Y.:
J.D. Bucky and family; J.D. Kaufman and family; J.[A] Lederer and 2 chil-
dren; Moses Pollak; George Lesser; Alfred E. Cohen; Mr. and Mrs. Ortleib;
Mrs. Pyles; J.D. Burkhim [Burkheim], and Buddie Ball. Mrs. N. Cohen,






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daughter and son are at Long Branch. J.[B.?] Hess and family are in Philadel-
phia. H. Berlack and family are in Macon, Ga. Annie Levy (Tallahassee) is in
New York. Mr. and Mrs. Endel (Gainesville) are in Newark, N.J. Herman
Endel is in New York. Frances Behrens returned to Yonkers, N.Y. after
spending the entire winter in Jacksonville. Mr. Frank and family are at Way-
cross, Ga. Gossip has it that Rosalie Dzialynski is to be married to Sol Iseman
in Charleston instead of in Jacksonville. The Rev. J.] Kahn, of Trenton,
N.J., engaged by the Congregation Ahavath Chesed, could not begin officiat-
ing on Sept. 1, as agreed upon, because of the yellow fever.

1888/10/05; Jacksonville; p. 9:3
The Young Men's Hebrew Charity Association in Chicago has contributed
$100 to the fund for the yellow fever sufferers at Jacksonville.

1888/10/05; Jacksonville; p. 8:4
Rev. M. Feuerlicht (Hamilton, Oh.) met with a very generous response in his
collection of funds for the yellow fever sufferers at Jacksonville.

1888/10/05; Jacksonville; p. 1:2
An appeal of the Relief Association in Jacksonville for contribution of money,
provisions, groceries, and clothing.

1888/10/05; Jacksonville; p. 6:3
Mr. S. Ritzewoller (Jacksonville) visited Cincinnati.

1888/10/12; Pensacola; p. 9:4
The Simchat Torah Leap Year Ball, given by Pensacola's young ladies at the
residence of Mr. and Mrs. G. Forcheimer, was successful. Jacob Kahn and Isi-
dore Gugenheim left on a business trip for the North and West. Otto Gold-
stuker returned from Washington, D.C. Mr. G. Forcheimer returned from
New York and Cincinnati. Morris Bear returned from his vacation. Mr. S.M.
Goldbach, formerly of Pensacola, and now in Thomasville, was in town. Ben
Forcheimer, of New Orleans, decided to locate in Pensacola permanently.

1888/10/12; Tampa; p. 3:4
Mrs. A. Maas and sister-in-law, Miss Rebecca Maas, of Tampa, left Louisville
for Georgia, prior to their return to their home in Florida.

1888/10/19; Jacksonville; p. 6:5
M.H Slager lists the remaining Israelites in Jacksonville: J. Huff helped sup-
plying relief to the needy; A. Zacharias helped the aged; J. Slager with wife
and son aided the societies in which he is a member; Z. Zacharias who came
to visit his brother and because of the quarantine could not return home; P.
Tischler recovered from the fever; M.M. Belisaria [Bellisario], Justice of the


Peace, is aiding the sick and is in charge of the sanitary forces of the city; M.
Meyerson and Amelia Pincus postponed their wedding and recovered from
the fever, Dr. Wise, government physician from Memphis, is doing noble
work among the sick.

1888/10/26; Jacksonville; p. 6:3
George W. Markens and his wife (Jacksonville) visit Cincinnati, guests of
Mrs. Sim Canmann.

1888/11/02; Jacksonville; p. 8:2-3
Congregation Ahavath Chesed is without a rabbi for a year, resulting in no
services and no Jewish education. The following were hit by Cupid's arrows:
Leopold Furchgott and Julie Meyerheim (New York); Sig. Hess and Eva
Slager, Max Frank and Miss Simonson; Si. Waterman and S. Cora Burkhim
[Burkheim]; Lottie Frank & Abe Livingston (Charleston); Rosalie Dzialynski
and Sol Iseman (Charleston); Morris Meyerson and Emily Pincus; Ike Moses
and Ida Wilson. A correction to Slager's report in the A.I. of 10/19/88: Dr.
Wise is in charge of the fumigation station at La Villa Junction, where he is
doing heroic work. Also, the following people that remained in town
throughout the epidemic were not mentioned: Mrs. Frances Sylvester, Mr.
and Mrs. Myer J. Wineman, Sylvester P. Wineman, Juliet D. Sylvester, Mrs.
Amelia Pincus, Max Pincus, Emily Pincus and Morris Meyerson. Hugo
Grunthal died of the fever. "Jake" Bucky is expected in New York after sever-
al weeks in Europe. Sol Iseman and his wife, Rosalie Dzialynski, are in New
York, before going to Baltimore. Albert Bucky is in New York. Mr. N. Co-
hen and family are in New York. George Lesser, in New York, is a rival of
Berry Wall. Leopold Furchgott and his wife left New York for Charleston;
they will stay there until the fever has left Jacksonville. Mrs. A. Rosenthal and
sons left New York for Charleston to spend a few weeks with her sister before
returning to Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. B.M. Baer are in Newark recovering
from yellow fever. Estelle Baer recovered and so did Juliet Daisy Sylvester.
J.E. Baer is 21.

1888/11/02; Jacksonville; p. 6:2
Birdie Markins [Bertie Markens?], of Jacksonville, visits Cincinnati.

1888/11/09; Jacksonville; p. 2:3-4
M.H. Slager announces that he is not the president of the Hebrew Benevo-
lent Society, even though he was sent letters with donations. He thanks Mr.
H. Sussel from Memphis, Tenn. for the kosher sausages he sent. Also, he re-
ceived a letter from Rev. L. Meyer, ofAllegbany, Pa., containing $140 for the
yellow fever sufferers. Mr. A. Zacharias is President of the Hebrew Benevo-
lent Society. Henry Folz (Birmingham, Ala.) and H.H. Feiber (New York)









were omitted from previous reports of people who remained in town during
the epidemic. Hopes for a good winter season.

1888/11/23; Jacksonville; p. 6:5
An acknowledgment letter from A. Zacharias, President of the Hebrew Be-
nevolent Society, for a donation of $140 from the Young Men's Hebrew So-
ciety of Allegbany, Pa., forwarded through the Rev. Dr. L. Meyer.

1889/01/17; Jacksonville; p. 5:4-5
J.E.B. [.E. Baer] is back in town. The elected officers of Congregation Aha-
vath Chesed are: Sigmund Ritzewoller, Pres.; Julius Slager, V.P.; Charles
Benedict, Treas.; Meyer Wineman, Sec.; B.M. Baer, MA. Dzialynski, J.E.
Cohen, and A.K. Leon, Trustees. The following returned to Jacksonville:
J.D. Bucky, Moses Pollock [Pollak], George Lesser, Lou Berlack, Allie Co-
hen, Sam Cohen, Albert Bucky, Fred Bucky, Perez Huff, Alex Ritzewoller,
Mr. and Mrs. N. Cohen and daughter Madeline, M.A. Dzialynski and his
wife, Mr. and Mrs. B.M. Baer and daughters Zettie and Essie, J.D. Burkhim
[Burkheim] and family (who spent the summer in Tallahassee), Beulah
Budwig, Mrs. A. Zacharias and daughter Pauline, Julius Kaufman, his wife
and daughter, Charles Benedict and family, George Markens, his wife and
daughter Bertie, J.B. Hess and Sig. Hess with their wives, Pauline and Delia
Slager, Flora Friedenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Walter, Roy and Clara, A.K.
Leon and family are staying with Mr. and Mrs. Huff and their son Perez, Le-
opold Furchgott and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Sigmund Ritzewoller and chil-
dren, and Mr. A. Rosenthal and family. Daisy Israel (Ocala) is expected to
visit Jacksonville. Mena Williams (Tallahassee) who studied in the Odeon
College in Cincinnati, will spend the winter in Savannah. Bluma Slumasky
(New York) will spend the winter in Florida. Mr. and Mrs. [M.] Iseman
(Charleston), parents of Mrs. I. Lehman, will visit their daughter in Jackson-
ville. Frances Behrens is to arrive in Jacksonville. Gertie Israel and Israel
Brown (Ocala) are engaged. Morris Meyerson and Emily Pincus will be mar-
ried next month. The reception will be held at the residence of Mr. and Mrs.
B.M. Baer. Ike Moses, a resident of Jacksonville for the past three or four
years, is returning to Madison, Ind.

1889/01/31; Jacksonville; p. 3:3-4
Rabbi [J.] Kahn is the new Rabbi of Congregation Ahavath Chesed. Sunday
School has started and a confirmation class has been formed. There has been
talk about forming a social and literary dub. Calls to come and visit, or settle
in Florida. Mentions: Ocklawaha, St. Augustine with Fort San Marco, and
Jacksonville.

1889/02/28; Tallahassee; p. 3:3
Miss H. Kutner (Tallahassee) participated in a literary entertainment and
dance in Selma, Ala.


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1889/02/28; Jacksonville; p. 6:1
A note substantiating the appeal, that was published elsewhere, for aid for an
unfortunate family. Mr. Zacharias and Mr. Baer are mentioned as responsible
businessmen.

1889/02/28; Jacksonville; p. 1:7
An appeal for funds to help Mr. A. Wilensky, a salesman of Charleston, S.C.,
who was badly injured while jumping from the train that came from Fernan-
dina. His family is now in town without any means of support. Contribu-
tions to be sent to A. Zacharias, President of the Hebrew Benevolent Society.

1889/03/07; Monticello; p. 7:2
An obituary from the "Monticello Tribune" announcing the death of Mr.
Herman Simon.

1889/03/14; Jacksonville; p. 2:1-2
Thanks all contributors to the aid fund for the Wilensky family. Condemns
Wilensky's former employer for not helping. Describes the wedding of Emily
Pincus and Morris Meyerson at Ahavath Chesed Temple. Rabbi Joseph Kahn
conducted the ceremony. Lists the bridal party: Barbey Bear, Eugene Ober-
dorfer, J.E. Baer, J. Pincus, Zettie Baer, Albert Meyerson, Mrs. A. Pincus,
Morris Meyerson, Mrs. Albert Meyerson, and the bride with her uncle B.M.
Baer. A reception at the residence of Mr. B.M. Baer followed. The Sunday
School of the Ahavath Chesed Congregation has four grades. Rabbi Kahn di-
rects the confirmation class: Zettie Baer, Ella Friedenberg, Pauline Zacharias,
Clara Walter, and Essie Ritzewoller. The other teachers are: Beulah Budwig,
Delia Slager and Ida Friedenberg. The school has 22 students. The young
Jewish people have organized a club. A debate was given at the residence of
Mrs. J.D. Bucky. Messrs. Cohen, Lesser, Eugene Oberdorfer and J.E. Baer
participated in the debate. Another debate will be held at the residence of
Mrs. J. Sabal. The debate will be between Alex Ritzewoller assisted by Flora
Friedenberg and J.E. Baer teamed with Beulah Budwig. Dave Iseman, for-
merly of Charleston, moved to Jacksonville. Delia Slager is visiting Daisy Is-
rael, of Ocala. The firm of A. Rosenthal & Co. has dissolved. B.M. Baer will
continue the business. Mrs. M. Iseman and daughter Fannie (Charleston) are
expected in town for a visit.

1889/03/28; Jacksonville; p. 2:3
Mr. Wilensky is recovering. More contributions for his aid fund are acknowl-
edged, including donations from: Mrs. Belsinger (Monticello, Fla.) and I.
Solomon (St. Augustine) Born: to J.B. Hess, a daughter, and to Sigmund
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1889/04/04; Jacksonville; p. 6:5
The Purim Ball was a success. In Ocala, Gertie Israel married Israel Brown.
The ceremony was performed by Rabbi J.] Kahn, of Jacksonville. A boy was
born to Mr. and Mrs. I. Lehman.

1889/04/11; Jacksonville; p. 3:3
Thanks on behalf of the Wilenskys and lists more contributors, including do-
nations from the Hebrew ladies of Tallahassee, through Mrs. J.R. Cohen.

1889/04/18; Jacksonville; p. 6:2
Lists donations received for the Wilensky fund, at Jacksonville.

1889/05/23; Pensacola; p. 2:6
Mr. A. Sischkoff [Lischkoff] and his bride nee Frances Forcheimer
(Pensacola) arrived home in Tuskaloosa, Ala.

1889/06/06; Jacksonville; p. 2:4-5
Rabbi J. Kahn deserves credit for the progress the confirmation class is mak-
ing. Some weeks ago, the Florida Legislature passed a law by which the Jack-
sonville City Council was appointed by the governor. The list of appointees
does not include Jewish names. The author wonders why the Governor Fran-
cis P. Flemming ignored the Jews in his appointments, knowing the Jews are
prominent in business, are the most liberal and enterprising, and are among
the largest taxpayers of the city. He reminds readers that the Jews were hon-
ored and trusted with some of the highest elected positions, among them two
term Mayor, Morris Dzialynski; City Treasurer Jacob Huff (6 consecutive
years); B.M. Baer was Alderman for 2 terms and a member of the Finance
Committee; Philip Walter was a Councilman and is a clerk of the U.S. Cir-
cuit Court, and there are more. Among the visitors in the past season: Cora
Kahn, Mary Lang, and Suzette Lesser (Syracuse, NY.). Mrs. [M.] Iseman
(Charleston, S.C.) and daughter Fannie will arrive shortly to visit Mrs. I.
Lehman. Mr. Wilensky is back in Charleston and thanks all the people who
helped him, listing names of contributors that were omitted previously.
Frances Behrens returned to New York.

1889/08/22; Pensacola; p. 1:7
Estelle Forscheimer [Forcheimer] (Pensacola) and Mr. and Mrs. Liscoff
[Lischkoff] (Tuskaloosa, Ala.) spent several days in Birmingham, with
friends.

1889/08/29; Pensacola; p. 4:1
Congregation Beth El decided to affiliate with the Union of American He-
brew Congregations. It is hoped that other congregations in Florida and
Georgia will soon follow.


1889/12/19; Pensacola; p. 3:3
An update on the community's Jewish families. Leo Goldstuker, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Otto Goldstuker died of diptheria. Charles J. Heinberg's daughter,
Regina, also died of diptheria. Mrs. Jeanette Dannheiser [Dannheisser] died.
Adolph Goldstuker is well again. The young ladies organized an aid society
and plan to give a fair. The officers are as follows: Pres., Estelle Forcheimer;
Vice Pres., Nettie Jacoby; Treas., Fanny Kahn; Sec., Sarah Dannheiser
[Dannheisser]. The society's goal is to do good for both Jews and Gentiles.
Isaac Meyer, of Brunswick, Ga. opened a store in Pensacola. Mr. Alex Lisch-
koff returned from a trip to New Orleans. Mr. Jacob Kahn, representing Ben
Neugass, of Liverpool, is here visiting his sister, Mrs. Otto Goldstuker. Mrs.
Adolph Greenhut and Miss Sallie Bear will spend the winter in New Orleans.
Otto Goldstuker and daughter Cora have returned from Bunker, La. Miss
Nettie Jacoby is in Mobile, visiting her sister, Mrs. Frances Frohlichstein.
Max Heinberg, son of Charles J. Heinberg, who's been ill, is improving. Alex
L. Kahn has accepted a position with Heinberg Bros. Several engagements are
expected. Morris Gugenheim has left Pensacola to enter business in Brazil.

1890/01/23; Pensacola; p. 2:6
Congregation Beth El is looking for a minister. Inquiries should be addressed
to M. Levy, Pres. and J. Israels [Israel], Sec. Congregation Ahavath Chesed of
Jacksonville is also looking for a minister. Applications should be sent to H.P.
Fridenberg [Friedenberg], Sec.

1890/02/06; Pensacola; p. 6:3
Congregation Beth El paid dues to the Union of American Hebrew Congre-
gations.

1890/04/03; Pensacola; p. 7:2
Charles J. Heinberg (Pensacola) and Frank Simon (Monticello) made dona-
tions and were entered on the Atlanta Orphans' Home's Book of Life.

1890/04/10; Tampa; p. 6:3
Mr. Herman Glogowsky [Glogowski] was re-elected mayor of Tampa for the
third time. He is 35 years old, a prominent businessman, and owns much
real estate in the area.

1890/05/29; Jacksonville; p. 1:7
Klatcher, of Jacksonville, "The Land of Flowers", sends these news items:
Congregation Ahavath Chesed has shown good judgment in selecting Rabbi
[S.] Rosenberg as its spiritual advisor. His Sunday School flourishes with help
from A.Tishler [Tischler], Miss B. Budwig and Miss D. Slager. Duval High
School's graduates include three Jewish students: Perez F. Huff, Frederick
Bucky and Leah Halle. J.B. Hess, wife and daughters will go to Europe. J.D.






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Bucky will return shortly from N.Y. Mrs. P. Fridenberg [Friedenberg] and
daughter, Essie, who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. Huff, will soon de-
part for the mountains. The genial "Knight of the Grip", John E. Berg was
seen today.

1890/06/05; Jacksonville; p. 5:2
Emma Levy (St. Louis) and Rachel Halle (Jacksonville) were given a surprise
party at Aaron Meyers' home in Helena, Ark.

1890/06/05; Pensacola; p. 6:2
Rev. A. Posman, formerly of Danville, Ill., has gone to Pensacola to take
charge of the congregation there.

1890/06/05; Ocala; p. 7:5
Chas. Rheinauer (Ocala) is betrothed to Emma Hohenberg (Watumpka,
Ala.).

1890/08/07; Pensacola; p. 6:3
The Union of American Hebrew Congregations lists dues from around the
country. Congregation Beth El of Pensacola, Fla. paid.

1890/08/28; Pensacola; p. 3:4
Rev. Dr. A. Posman, of Danville, Pa. was elected to preside over the syna-
gogue. He established a Sunday School, assisted by Sarah Dannheisser, Ra-
chel Levy and Julia Forcheimer. Adolph Greenhut's wife, Sarah, died and me-
morial services at the Greenhut house were led by Rev. Posman. She was an
honorary member of the Young Ladies' Aid Society. The synagogue flour-
ished under Pres. Capt. M. Levy. Simon Forcheimer, representing J. Pollock
and Co. (Mobile), is visiting. Mrs. A. Peck and daughter, Minnie, are visiting
Capt. Levy. Nettie Jacoby is visiting Mrs. Frances Frohlichstein in Ala. Fred
Greenhut (Greenville, Ala.) left after attending Sarah Greenhut's funeral.
Emma Gugenheim is ill. Esther Rosenstein returned from Savannah, Ga. Jo-
seph Coleman will marry Dora Rosenstein.

1890/09/11; Jacksonville; p. 2:6
A member of the community wishes to see a column from his city. The syno-
gogue will reopen for services after summer break. Rabbi [S.] Rosenberg is
preparing for the Holidays. J.B. Hess returned from Munich. Philip Walter
returned from Atlantic City. J.D. Bucky and son, Frederick W., left for N.Y.
Abe Zacharias and bride will arrive from Philadelphia. They will live in
Ocala. Perez Huffwill practice law.

1890/10/23; Ocala; p. 2:5
Simon Benjamin (Ocala) is in Atlanta, Ga.


1890/10/23; Apopka; p. 1:6
Mrs. C. Marks has returned to her home in Apopka after spending several
weeks as the guest of Mrs. J. Birnbaum in Savannah, Ga.

1890/11/13; Jacksonville; p. 7:3
Mrs. B.M. Barrand and daughter are welcomed home. Alex Ritzewoller has
established a shoe store. The Hebrew Sewing Circle of young Jewish girls will
soon begin winter meetings. Isidor Lewi, son of Dr. Lewi (Albany, N.Y.) vis-
ited Jacksonville. Mrs. P. Walter, with her son and daughter, returned from
summer outing. J. Raffiman and family moved here from Denver, Col. Ger-
tie Weiskopf returned from N.Y.C. Benidict [Benedict] and family will re-
turn from the North this week. Professor Kerrison is the new temple organist.
MA. Dzialynski moved to Charleston, S.C. Floritta (author).

1890/12/04; Pensacola; p. 3:3
I. Gugenheim (Pensacola) visited in New Orleans.

1890/12/25; Jacksonville; p. 3:5
"The Land of Flowers" has many guests. Rosa Rich (Baltimore, Md.) is visit-
ing Mr. and Mrs. Sabel. Mr. and Mrs. Moses Sabel will be here from Ala.
Julius Salomons and Bluma Kaufman are engaged. Albert J. Bucky reached
his majority. His parents will give a reception. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Meyerson
have moved to Jacksonville and are temporarily at Nathan's Hotel. Casey
Mike Sabel is happy, details later. The Sunday School is doing well with su-
perintendent Rabbi S. Rosenberg. At the home of Philip Walter, Rabbi Ro-
senberg and his wife were given several gifts. Afterwards the congregation
went to the Metropolitan Opera House and had a dance. Almira Slims
(author).

1891/01/15; Jacksonville; p. 5:5
A party was given for Rev. [S.] Rosenberg and his wife. Both received gifts. A
hop will be given for Mr. and Mrs. Sabel and Rosa Rich (Baltimore). Albert,
son of Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Bucky reached his majority and was given a recep-
tion. Jules Solomon will marry Bluma Kaufman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.
Kaufman. Sam Cohen (N.Y.) is visiting Jacksonville. Flora Friedenberg is vis-
iting in Cincinnati. Many northern Jews are staying at the hotels here.

1891/01/22; Jacksonville; p. 2:5
Julius Solomon and Bluma Kaufman, daughter ofJ. Kaufman, were married
at Ahavath Chesed Temple by Rabbi [S.] Rosenberg. Following the wedding,
a reception was given at J. Kaufman's home. The couple will honeymoon in
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1891/02/12; Pensacola; p. 5:5
The Milah of Dave Kugelman's son took place. Mrs. J. Baum and son, Si-
mon, who visited Pensacola, returned to Hermitage, La. P. Stone is in N.Y.
Alex and Harry Kahn entered the firm, C. Kahn and Sons. The following of-
ficers were elected in Congregation Beth El: M. Levy, Pres.; D. Bear, V.P.;
Sol Kahn, Treas.; J. Israel, Sec.; C.J. Heinberg, P. Stone, G. Forcheimer, I.
Gugenheim and A. Greenhut, Trustees. Rev. A. Posman was honored with a
complimentary resolution. A naval drill will be held here. At an I.O.B.B.
meeting, the resolution admitting ladies was adopted.

1891/02/12; Jacksonville; p. 5:5
Mr. and Mrs. J. Huff gave a reception in honor of their son, Maurice. Mr.
and Mrs. S.M. Lehman (N.Y.) visited Jacksonville. They are relatives of Mr.
and Mrs. JA. Lederer. E. Isaac left for N.Y. Mrs. F. Sylvester is recuperating
from illness. Rabbi [S.] Rosenberg gave a lecture on "Home Significance."
Mr. JA. Bucky left for Ellaville. The Hebrew Benevolent Society is planning
a Purim Ball. Floritta (author).

1891/03/12; Jacksonville; p. 5:7
Daniel, son of Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Bucky, was Bar Mitzvah. F. Jacobs (Balti-
more) visited. The Standard Club of young Jewish men gave a hop. Mr. and
Mrs. I. Solomon (St. Augustine) are visiting Mr. and Mrs. P. Walter. The
Purim Ball masquerade is being planned. Rabbi [S.] Rosenberg lectured at
Temple Ahavath Chesed about parents and Bar Mitzvah. Daisy Israel (Ocala)
is visiting Delia Slager. Juliet Daisy Sylvester is engaged to Ed Moses
(Charleston,S.C.). Le Roy Walters, son of Mr. and Mrs. P. Walters, [Walter]
was Bar Mitzvah. Floritta (author).

1891/04/02; Jacksonville; p. 6:3
Flora Friedenberg returned from a visit to Mrs. Simon Drukker, of Walnut
Hills.

1891/04/09; Pensacola; p. 7:1
Congregation Beth El paid dues to the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations.

1891/04/16; Jacksonville; p. 3:5
Annie Grunthal and Gus Soloman are engaged. Mrs. Phebe Walters and
daughter are visiting Mr. and Mrs. P. Walters [Walter]. Mr. Zacharias re-
turned from South Florida. The Purim Ball was successful. The most notable
costumes were worn by L. Kahn, Zettie Baer, Albert Bucky, Essie Baer, Ike
Baruch, Nellie Lederer, Eugene Oberforfer and Mrs. B.M. Baer. Rabbi Ro-
senberg [S.] gave a sermon on the maltreatment of the Russian Jews.


1891/05/02; Jacksonville; p. 1:6
Ed Moses (Charleston) is visiting Juliet Sylvester. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Zachari-
as (Ocala) visited Mr. and Mrs. J.[B.?] Hess. Mr. and Mrs. P. Walter are in
Cincinnati and will go to Madison, Oh. Mrs. Gus Bewin and Hattie are in
Milwaukee. Maurice J. Huff is recuperating from illness. Isaac Markens
(Newark) is visiting Mrs. B.M. Baer. Mrs. L. Furchgott is ill. Fred Meye-
rheim (N.Y.) is visiting Mrs. L. Furchgott. The Passover services were con-
ducted by Rabbi [S.] Rosenberg and his choir. Floritta (author).

1891/05/28; Jacksonville; p. 8:1
"Our Brethren of Israel" (Daily Times, Jacksonville). An article about the
persecution of Russian Jews. Speaks about Jewish persecution throughout his-
tory. Jews in the U.S. are lucky not to live in a land of oppression, but the
majority of Jews do live in lands of oppression. The author believes Christen-
dom should rescue its Jewish brothers from persecution as atonement for the
past.

1891/06/25; Jacksonville; p. 8:2
The synagogue received a donation from Mrs. J.D. Bucky. Pauline Israel
(Ocala) is visiting Mr. P. Walters [Walter] and family. Mrs. R. Walzer (Jack-
sonville) is visiting in Brunswick, Ga. Zettie Baer and Minnie Kaufman re-
turned from South Florida. Mrs. J. Cohen and children are in Pablo. Mr.
Spiegel returned from N.Y. Mrs. M. Halle's mother in Germany died. Pau-
line Zachrias [Zacharias] and Essie Ritzewoller received honors at the Duval
High School graduation. Floritta (author).

1891/07/16; Tampa; p. 2:3
Mr. and Mrs. Moss and family (Tampa) are in Louisville, Ky., guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Wolf.

1891/07/23; Pensacola; p. 7:5
Albert A. Goldschmidt [Goldsmith] (Monroe, La.) is betrothed to Rosalie
Heinberg (Pensacola).

1891/08/13; Jacksonville; p. 7:5
B.M. Baer will go to New York. J.D. Bucky and sons, Daniel and Milton,
will go to N.C. Mrs. P. Alberts, her daughter and son, and Pauline Zacharias
will go North. Mrs. D. Troampetter and daughter went to Sioux City, Mo.
after visiting Mrs. Walzer. Mr. and Mrs. Sig. Hess, their son, Alfred, and De-
lia Slager will go to the Catskills. Mrs. B.M. Baer and daughters, Essie and
Zettie, will return from St. Augustine. Gussie Nathan is in Baltimore. Rev.
and Mrs. [S.?] Rosenberg and daughter, Hilda, are in N.Y. Mrs. Rosenberg
will also visit Galveston, Tx. Mannie Huft [Huff?] will visit N.Y. The syno-
gogue will not hold services until the Holidays. Floritta (author)









1891/09103; Pensacola; p. 2:1
Congregation Beth El is looking for a minister. Apply to J. Israel, Sec.

1891/09/17; Jacksonville; p. 5:7
In a recent fire and dynamite explosion J. Bucky, J. Huff, J. Slager, I. Leh-
man, A.K. Leon, P. Tischler, Nathan Hess and G. Hess were injured. Julius
[J.B.?] Hess will move to Colorado. P. Walter is on his way to N.Y. via Phila-
delphia. Louis Berlack and Lena Berlack are visiting Mrs. R. Walzer. B.M.
Baer returned from N.Y. Maurice Slager will return from N.Y. to open a
business. Ed Moses, of Charleston, visited Juliet D. Sylvester. Mrs. J. Huff
and son are in Philadelphia. C. Benedict and M. Pollak will open a business.
Floritta (author).

1891/09/17; Ocala; p. 5:2
M. Rheinauer (Ocala) is visiting A. Lesser in Syracuse, N.Y.

1891/10/22; Jacksonville; p. 7:5
The community was without a rabbi for the holidays. Philip Dzialynski, of
Bartow, officiated. Flora Fridenberg [Friedenberg] sang. Essie Ritzewoller is
visiting in Cincinnati. J.D. Bucky is in N.Y. Sig. Hess and son, Alfred, re-
turned from the Catskills. Joe Baer will return from N.Y. Mrs. Joe Sabel and
children, Allie and Helen, returned from the North. Mr. and Mrs. Jules Solo-
mon had a baby girl. Edward Moses (Charleston) will visit next week. Fanny
Iseman, who visited Mrs. I. Lehman, is engaged to Mr. Isaac (Philadelphia).
Furchgott and Co.'s business was open on the High Holy Days; this sur-
prised the community because he is a member of the congregation. Floritta
(author).

1891/10/22; Tallahassee; p. 6:2
Jewish residents of Tallahassee sent, through S. Diamond, a donation for the
use of Russian immigrants.

1891/11/05; Jacksonville; p. 2:7
Congregation Ahavath Chesed is looking for a minister. Apply to A.K. Leon,
Sec.

1891/12/10; Pensacola; p. 7:4
Dave Dannheiser [Dannheisser] is engaged to Estelle Forcheimer, both of
Pensacola.

1892/01/07; Titusville; p. 1:4
M. Goldsmith writes the editor referring to an article about "American Jews
as Soldiers." He rebuts several allegations from Mr. Rogers' article and pro-
claims the courage and patriotism of American Jewish soldiers. He speaks of


ABSTRACTS

an incident involving Rev. Michelbacher, Mr. Seddon and General Cooper
concerning the soldiers' request to keep the High Holidays. The request was
denied, but the 32,000 Jews who willingly serve in the Confederate army are
praised.

1892/01/14; Tallahassee; p. 7:5
Israel Boxhom (Selma, Ala.) is betrothed to Hannah Cotner (Tallahassee).

1892/02/11; Pensacola; p. 9:3
There was a gathering at the Harmony Club. The congregation is flourishing.
The Married Ladies' Benevolent Association donated money to the congrega-
tion. Mrs. L. and D. Bear returned from New Orleans. Denia Golson, of
Bessemer, Ala., is visiting Mrs. D. Bear. E. Levy moved to a new home.
Northern tourists are becoming abundant. M.S. [S.M.?] Goldbach died at
Thomasville, Ga. It snowed for the first time in five years.

1892/02/11; Jacksonville; p. 4:2-3
Jacob Huff, P. Walter and C. Benedict write on behalf of the Hebrew Benev-
olent Society of Jacksonville, requesting funds. They discuss the society's his-
tory and its purposes. They wish to build a hospital and continue their
services. Contributions should be sent to H.P. Fridenberg [Friedenberg], Sec.
The editor adds his support for their plea.

1892/04/07; Jacksonville; p. 7:1
The Purim Ball was successful. Mrs. L. Furchgott and I. Lelmas [Lehman?]
won prizes. Esther Berlack (Brunswick, Ga.) and Miss Ray Hoffman went
home after visiting Esther's sister. The "Standards" plan a hop. Mrs. Sol Ise-
man and Maxie (Charleston) are visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. Dychinski [Dzia-
lynski]. B.M. Baer and Essie plan a trip abroad. Mrs. A.K. Leon and Davy
have been sick.

1892/04/21; Pensacola; p. 3:2
Lep. Mayer, of Pensacola, was a guest at the Leopold House in New Orleans.

1892/06/16; Pensacola; p. 2:1
Congregation Beth El needs a minister by September 1. Apply to J. Israels
[Israel], Sec.

1892/06/30; Jacksonville; p. 3:4
Louis E. Cohen (Tallahassee) visited the J. Burkheim family. J.D. Bucky and
son, Fred, are in N.Y. Flora and Ida Friedenberg are summering in Wauke-
sha, Wis. and Kansas. Millie Burkheim is returning from Tallahassee. Zettie
Baer is recovering from illness. Mrs. Frances Sylvester is going to N.Y. to visit
Mrs. Ed Moses. Clara Walters [Walter] will summer in Philadelphia. Mrs.






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Jake Cohen, her daughter, and sister Miss Ray Halle will visit Suwanee
Springs, Fla. Mrs. M. Wiener and children will summer at Indian Springs,
Ga. Floritta (author).

1892/08/18; Jacksonville; p. 3:2
Rev. J. Kahn, formerly of Jacksonville, was chosen to be the rabbi of Congre-
gation "Gates of Prayer" in New Orleans. He has also officiated in Homes-
dale, Pa. and Trenton, NJ. Biographical information follows.

1892/09/08; Ocala; p. 6:3
Charles Peyser (Ocala) is visiting relatives, Mr. and Mrs. L. Ottensoser of W.
H. in Cincinnati. Mr. Peyser is proprietor of El Tropico Cigar factory in
Ocala and is on his way to N.Y.

1892/09/29; Jacksonville; p. 7:2
J.E. Baer is in N.Y. Mrs. J.[B.?] Hess and daughter returned after almost a
year. Mrs. Jake Cohen has been joined by her husband in the N.C. moun-
tains. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Zacharias and child returned from Philadelphia and
continued to Ocala. Maurice Huff is returning from N.Y. Mena Williams, of
Tallahassee, spent the summer in Atlanta and is here for a visit. Maurice Slag-
er is in N.Y. Ernest Grunthal is enjoying N.Y. Joe Rice visited. Millie Burk-
heim is in Gainesville, Fl. Louis Ball returned from West Florida. Floritta
(author).

1892/10/20; Jacksonville; p. 6:3
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Drukker (Cincinnati) gave a party in honor of their
guests from Jacksonville, Mrs. H.P. Fridenberg [Friedenberg] and her
daughter, [Flora].

1892/10/27; Jacksonville; p. 6:2
Mrs. H.P. Fridenberg [Friedenberg] and Flora returned to Jacksonville after
visiting with Mr. and Mrs. M.S. Drukker.

1892/10/27; Jacksonville; p. 5:7
Holiday services were conducted by M. Newfield of the Hebrew Union Col-
lege. He renewed the idea of a Sunday School. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Meyer-
son had a baby boy. Mrs. Friedenberg and daughter returned from Kansas.
Philip Walter and family returned from Pa. and N.Y. Mrs. P. Wineman
(Charleston, S.C.) is visiting Myer Wineman and family. Mrs. B.M. Baer and
daughters will return from N.Y. and Saratoga. J. Cohen returned from N.Y.
Mrs. Dora Nathan and M. Cohen returned from the North. Mrs. L. [I.] Leh-
man and children returned from the N.C. mountains. Mr. and Mrs. Furch-
gott and daughter, Elsie are expected home from Europe soon. Ed Moses
(N.Y.) visited Mr. Wineman. Mrs. H. Grunthal and family returned from


Gainesville, Ga. Her niece, Mrs. G. Solomon and husband will move here.
Floritta (author).

1893/01/12; Pensacola; p. 3:3
Celia Moskowitz, of Pensacola, is at Leopold's House in New Orleans.

1893/01/19; Jacksonville; p. 3:4
Rose Greentree (Baltimore) is visiting Mrs. J. Sabel. Hannah Meyerson (Sa-
vannah) is visiting P. Halle's family. Mr. Dzialynski and daughter, Mrs. Sol
Iseman, are visiting Mrs. Jacobi (Jos. Jacoby], of Marianna. Albert J. Bucky
returned from N.Y. and accepted a position with J.E. Baer. Max Furchgott,
son and daughter visited. Many community members attended the govern-
or's inauguration in Tallahassee. The congregation elected officers: B.M.
Baer, Pres.; A.K. Leon, V.P.; J. Slager, Treas.; andJ. Huff, Sec. Leo Jacobson
will go to N.Y. Joseph E. Baer will marry Jennie Harris (N.Y.). Mrs. Dr.
Marcus and children spent the holidays in Savannah. Louis Burkheim and
family (Gainesville, Fl.), visited Mr. and Mrs. J. Burkheim. Essie Ritzewoller
entertained. Ida Kaufman and M. Pollack [Pollak] will be married. A recep-
tion will follow. Mrs. Chas. Byck (nee Kaufman) (Savannah) is here for the
wedding. Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Bucky will be here for the winter. Floritta
(author).

1893/02/02; Pensacola; p. 7:2
Mrs. H. Knowles (Pensacola) made a donation to the Orphan Asylum Fund
of D.G.L. no. 5, I.O.B.B.

1893/02/02; Florida; p. 6:2
Ben Solomon, of Florida, visited friends in Cincinnati.

1893/02/09; Jacksonville; p. 2:7
Congregation Ahavath Chesed needs a Minister, preferably one who is also a
Mohel. Apply to Philip Walters [Walter], chairman, Trustees.

1893/03/02; Jacksonville; p. 1:4
Maurice Huff died. The funeral was officiated by Rev. Mendes, of Savannah.
Minnie Reichman (N.Y.) is visiting J.A. Lederer's family. Sarah Blum (Wash-
ington) is visiting Essie Baer. Clara Walters is recovering from illness. Daisy
Israel (Ocala) is visiting Mrs. P. Walters [Walter]. Julius Meyerson (Cleve-
land) is visiting M. Meyerson. Gussie Thomas (N.Y.) is here. Attorney-
General Rosendale's wife (N.Y.) visited. Mr. and Mrs. L. Furchgott returned
from N.Y. Millie Burkheim has an injured knee. Mr. and Mrs. Sol Iseman
will move to Jacksonville from Charleston. Rose Greentree is engaged to
Mike Sabal [Sabel]. Floritta (author).









1893/04/27; Jacksonville; p. 7:3
Michael Sabel (Jacksonville) is betrothed to Rosa Greenbaum (Baltimore).

1893/04/27; Jacksonville; p. 5:7
Simon M. Hoffman (Cleveland, 0.) visited. Mrs. Meyerheim (N.Y.) is visit-
ing Mrs. Furchgott. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Moses of Charleston left for home. Mr.
and Mrs. J.E. Baer will soon set up a household. Mike Sabal [Sabel] will mar-
ry Rosa Greenbaum (Baltimore). Robert Ran moved to N.Y. Perez J. Huff
will take a trip through the state. JA. Lederer is in N.Y. The community
plans to build a dub for the guests. Hebrew Benevolent Society records show
much charity this past season.

1893/05/25; Jacksonville; p. 3:3
Hon. Philip Walter and Mrs. Walter enjoyed Louisville, Ky. Mr. and Mrs.
A.K. Leon will go to Saratoga. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Heuff [Huff] will leave
for the summer. Philip Kurtz will build a home in Springfield. A. Zacharias'
home will soon be finished. Pauline will hold a housewarming. Max Pincus,
now of Montgomery, married Miss Kahn. N.M. Rich is here. S. Ritzewoller
will hold a party. M. Pollack [Pollak] returned from N.Y. Essie and Sadie
Baer will go to the Catskills.

1893/06/15; Jacksonville; p. 5:7
Mr. and Mrs. Ike Moses had a baby boy. Mrs. Chas. Byck of Savannah is vis-
iting Mrs. Benedict. A.K. Leon and son are in N.Y. Le Roy Walter left for
the summer. J. Osky had a bachelor "evening at home". Capt. JA. Lederer is
fishing. Lina and Jennie Lilienthal (Palatka) passed through Jacksonville on
the way to Brunswick, Ga. I. Grunthal and family will go to Chicago. Mr.
and Mrs. Al Spiegel entertained. Morris Meyerson and Meyer Wineman will
have a bike race at Pablo. Mesod Cohen will hold the stakes. Aaron Zacharias
returned from N.Y. and will open for business. Mike Sabel left Jacksonville to
move to N.Y.

1893/06/15; Pensacola; p. 3:1
Mrs. Louise Cahn, of Pensacola, visited New Orleans.

1893/07/06; Jacksonville; p. 3:2
Mrs. Charles Byck and son returned to Savannah. Mrs. I. Lehman and sons,
Elmo and Maxie, left for Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. J. Huff, Mr. and Mrs. P.
Walter, their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. L. Furchgott and Elsie all left on the
steamer. Mr. and Mrs. M.J. Wineman and children left for Charleston, S.C.
Mr. and Mrs. Julius [J.B.?] Hess are in N.Y. Elsie Baer will go to N.Y. and
Washington. Mr. and Mrs. S. Ritzewoller and family will tour the west. Mr.
and Mrs. Moses Pollak are in N.Y. Mrs. Frances Sylvester will visit Mrs. Ed
Moses in N.Y. S. Hutzler, formerly of Richmond, Va., is working at El Mod-


ABSTRACTS

elo Cigar Co. Beula Buding [Budwig] will visit Chicago and Cleveland. Con-
gregation Ahavath Chesed elected Rev. B. Rabbino for a two-year term. He is
from Brunswick, Ga. Max Furchgott (N.Y.) is here. A.K. Leon and son re-
turned from the Catskills. Mr. and Mrs. L. Furchgott, child and maid, Mr.
and Mrs. Philip Walter, Clara Walter, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Huff, Maurice
Slager and many others are going to N.Y. Alex Sabal [Sabel] is going to Co-
lumbus, Ga. Moses Pollak is in N.Y. Sigmund Hutzler, formerly of Rich-
mond, joined the community. Alex Ritzewoller will visit N.Y., Essie will also
go. Miss Friedenberg and Mrs. Philip Kurtz and family are enjoying Pablo.

1893/08/24; Jacksonville; p. 3:4
B.M. Baer, Mrs. J.E. Baer and Essie are in N.Y. Alex Ritzewoller and Essie
are in N.Y. and will go to Chicago. Fred Meyerheim is in N.Y. Maurice Slag-
er returned from touring the north and the west. Mr. and Mrs. A. Raffiman
and son are in Chicago. Mrs. J. Sabal [Sabel], her children, and the Misses
Slager will go to Chicago. Mrs. M. Meyerson, her baby, and Mrs. F. Sylreiber
[Sylvester] will go to N.Y. Mr. and Mrs. I. Grunthal will go east and west.
Mrs. B.M. Baer and Mrs. A. Pincus will go to Patto Beach. Albert Bucky vis-
ited. L. Furchgott returned from N.Y. The Misses Freiberg are at Tanners-
ville in the Catskills. Mr. and Mrs. Mo. Pollack [Pollak] returned. Louis Ber-
lack is in N.Y.

1893/10/19; Jacksonville; p. 7:4
Fred Meyerheim is betrothed to Delia Slager, both ofJacksonville.

1893/11/02; Palatka; p. 6:2
Sophie Levy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Levy, (Cincinnati) is engaged to
Ike White (Palatka).

1893/11/02; Jacksonville; p. 2:6
Rev. Dr. Rabbino was elected to preside over Congregation Ahavath Chesed.
The Hebrew Benevolent Society is doing "mitzphors" [sic]. Mr. and Mrs.
Alex Sabel were married in Columbus, Ga. Frederick Meyerheim is engaged
to Delia Slager.

1893/11/16; Pensacola; p. 2:2
Leopold Hirschman, of Alexandria, La., left his home for Pensacola.

1893/12/14; Jacksonville; p. 3:5
Rev. Rabbino led services assisted by a choir. Mrs. A. Sabel sang. Mr. and
Mrs. S. Ritzewoller gave a reception for Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Baer, Mr. and
Mrs. Alex Sabel, and Fred Meyerheim and Delia Slager. Essie and Alex Ritze-
woller helped. George Markens (Minneapolis) is visiting Mrs. B.M. Baer.
Mrs. Reis (Cincinnati) is visiting Mrs. S. Ritzewoller. Mrs. G. Cohen (N.Y.)






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and Lillie are visiting Mrs. Grunthal. The Standard Club will give a hop.
Sim. Canman (Cincinnati) is here. Mr. and Mrs. [M.J.] Wineman moved to
Palatka. Mrs. Francis Sylvester joined them there. She'll also visit Mrs. Ed
Moses in N.Y. Mrs. L Furchgott, Elsie and Mrs. Meyerheim returned. Mr.
and Mrs. P. Walters [Walter] gave a party in honor of Mr. and Mrs. A. Sabel,
and F. Meyerheim and his fiancee. Stella Furchgott (Denver) is visiting Mr.
L Furchgott.

1894/01/18; Pensacola; p. 4:2
Sol Cahn writes of an incident in Pensacola in which a non-Jew officiated at
a Jewish funeral for Fred Greenhut of Greenville, Ala. His remains were sent
to Pensacola because his brother, Adolph Greenhut, is there. Rev. Dr. Oscar
J. Cohen was sick, so Rev. Dr. H.S. Yerger, a Presbyterian minister, said a
few words. The people were pleased. Julius Heinberg conducted the graveside
service.

1894/02/08; Jacksonville; p. 5:5
Ed H. Moses (N.Y.C.) is here. The Standard Club will give a hop. Mr. and
Mrs. L Furchgott are in N.Y. Mr. and Mrs. Honner and daughter (Chicago)
are here. Also in town are Mrs. M.J. Wineman and children (Palatka). Rosa
Wilson and Ben (Philadelphia) are visiting Mrs. J.[B.?] Hess. Mrs. G.W.
Markens and Bertie will visit. Flora Tishler (Savannah) is visiting Mr. and
Mrs. M. Pollack [Pollak]. Mr. and Mrs. I. Solomon and children (St. Augus-
tine) moved here. Mrs. A. Livingston and son (Charleston) are visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Frank. Herman Rabbino (N.Y.) visited Rev. Rabbino. Mr. and
Mrs. Abe Zacharias are living here. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Walters [Walter] en-
tertained in honor of their daughter, Clara. Mrs. F. Kahn and infant
(N.Y.C.) arrived to be with Mr. Kahn.

1894/02/15; Pensacola; p. 2:3
Mr. and Mrs. L. Friedman, of Pensacola, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jake Falk,
of Louisville, Ky.

1894/03/01; Pensacola; p. 3:4
Alex Friedman, of Pensacola, is in Louisville, Ky.

1894/03/01; Jacksonville; p. 7:4
The Hebrew Benevolent Society of Jacksonville elected officers: Eugene
Oberdorfer, Pres.; Morris Meyerson, V.P.; I.L. Moses, Sec; H.P. Fridenberg
[Friedenberg), Treas.; B.M. Baer, J. Slager, and Joseph Sabel, Trustees. A
benefit party for the society was held at Lena Berlack's residence. A.K. Leon,
Pres. of the congregation, spoke. Abraham Berlack auctioneered. Mr. and
Mrs. Moses Pollock [Pollak] had a baby girl. The wedding of Fred Meye-


rheim and Delia Slager is being planned. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Walter and
Mr. and Mrs. L. Furchgott returned. Visiting in town are the following: Sa-
rah Harris and Belle Isaacs (Chicago), Florence Rich (Baltimore), Rosa Wil-
son (Philadelphia), Miss Stadeker (N.Y.), Daisy and Pauline Israel (Ocala),
Flora Tishler (Savannah), and Miss Trumpetter (Kansas City). Nellie Lederer
is in Palatka. The Purim Ball Committee includes: L. Furchgott, P. Walter,
Joseph Sabel, Sig. Hess, M.H. Slager, I.L. Moses, and Abraham Berlack.
Perez F. Huff, Pres. of the Standard Club, will call a meeting of the Amuse-
ment Committee.

1894/03/08; Pensacola; p. 3:1
Francis Goldsticker [Goldstuker] is visiting Mrs. Henry Gutman in New
Orleans.

1894/03/15; Pensacola; p. 2:7
Congregation Beth El seeks a Reader, English Lecturer, and Teacher. Apply
to Sol Kahn, Sec.

1894/04/12; Jacksonville; p. 7:4
Eugene Oberdorfer (Jacksonville) is engaged to Daisy Israel (Ocala).

1894/04/12; Jacksonville; p. 3:4-5
Performers in the Purim festival: Perez Fridenberg [Friedenberg], Bernry Wa-
lyer, Herbert Zacharias, Walter Bloomfield, David Leon, Oliver and Josie
Ritzewoller, Wallie Grunthal, Gussie Fridenberg [Friedenberg], Rhoda Zach-
arias, Rabbi Rabbino. Children were involved in the Purim Ball of the He-
brew Benevolent Society. Costume prizes went to Zettie Baer and Victor Fri-
denberg [Friedenberg]. Sarah Blum (Washington) will visit Essie Baer. Mr.
Greenberg is engaged to Rosa Cohen (Tampa). Mrs. Robinson (Savannah) is
here. Mrs. Levy and daughter, Pauline, (Nashville) visited. Mrs. A. Raffman's
father, H. Ritzewoller (Peoria, Ill.), brother of S. Ritzewoller, died. Mrs. I.
Reis (Cincinnati) and Belle Isaacs (Chicago) visited Mr. and Mrs. S. Ritze-
woller and family. Mrs. E.H. Moser (N.Y.C.) is recovering from illness.

1894/04/26; Jacksonville; p. 3:7
Eugene Oberdorfer is engaged to Daisy Israel (Ocala). Mr. and Mrs. A. [K.]
Leon are in N.Y. Mr. and Mrs. M. Pollock [Pollak] named their baby Ruth
Esther. Mrs. Jake Cohen and children visited Mrs. Max Meyerson in San-
ford. Mrs. Namm and Mrs. Ash returned to N.Y. Mrs. Steinberg and chil-
dren (Tampa) visited. Victor Friedenberg will open a store in Atlantic City.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Huff and son, Percy, are now domiciled at the Placide.
Rev. Rabbino officiated at a wedding in Albany, Ga. and will also conduct
one in Brunswick. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Levy, of Tallahassee, visited.







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1894/05/10; Plant City; p. 7:4
The paper requests the present address of S.F. Margolis, formerly of Plant
City, Fla.

1894/05/31; Pensacola; p. 3:5
Louis Friedman (Pensacola) is in Louisville, Ky.

1894/06/07; Jacksonville; p. 6:7
Eugene Oberdorfer, Deputy Collector of Jacksonville, has retired. He re-
ceived a gift. A speech was given by M.J. Wineman, of Palatka.

1894/06/07; Pensacola; p. 3:1
Sidonia Kahn, of Pensacola, is engaged to Louis Wolf, formerly of New Or-
leans, now of Lakeland, La.

1894/06/07; Pensacola; p. 2:6
Jacob Kahn (Liverpool, England) is visiting Mrs. Otto Goldstuker. Carrie
Abrahams (Montgomery) is visiting Fannie and Ada Kahn. Rosa Guttman
(New Orleans) is visiting Francis Goldstuker. Lidda [Sida?] Cohen is in New
Orleans. Isaac Hirschman returned from Olive, Fl. Ben Gerson (Montgom-
ery, Ala.) is engaged to Ada Kahn.

1894/06/14; Jacksonville; p. 3:5
Sidney M. Ullman (Birmingham, Ala.) is moving to Jacksonville to pursue
his profession, architecture.

1894/06/28; Pensacola; p. 3:2
There was a moonlight excursion to Life Saving Station. Participants: Mr.
and Mrs. Dave Kugelman, Carrie Abrahams (Montgomery), Fannie and Ada
Kahn, Louise Bertha Bear, Sida Cohen, C. Wolf (New Orleans), Alex and
Harry J. Kahn, Max L. Kahn, Max Bear, Isaac and Lep. Hirschman, Sam
Isaacs, and Ben Gerson (Montgomery).

1894/07/12; Pensacola; p. 5:6-7
Rabbi Kahn, formerly of Detroit, will take over Beth El Congregation. Mrs.
J. Baum and son (Lakeland, La.) are visiting Mrs. S. Kahn. Lidda [Sida?]
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G.M. Cohen will marry Isidore Wolf [Wolff] of
Lakeland, La. at Temple Beth El. Mrs. SA. Friedman, her children and sis-
ter, Hannah Levy, will visit Max H. Levy in Amany, Miss. Carrie Abrahams
and Francis Goldstuker are visiting Sallie and Bertha Bear at the summer re-
sort in "Bearville." Max L Kahn, Harry J. Kahn and Isaac Hirschman re-
turned from "Bearville."


1894/07/12; Marianna; p. 3:1
Louise Zellnicker (New Orleans) died. She leaves a husband, two daughters,
Mrs. Sarah Brash, of Marianna, and Grace Zellnicker; and two sons, James J.
and Walter M., both of Mobile. The ceremony was at the Hebrew Cemetery
in Mobile.

1894/07/26; Pensacola; p. 7:5
Bertha Bear, the daughter of Lewis Bear, is engaged to Sam Rosenau, of New
Orleans. Carrie Abrahams, who visited Fannie and Ada Kahn, returned to
Montgomery. A. Goldstuker is convalescing. Isidore Wolf [Wolff], of Lake-
land, La., is here. Rabbi U.] Kahn lectured about prejudice against Jews.
Nettie Jacoby returned from Mobile. Sam Rosenau and Eugene Guttman, of
New Orleans, are in "Bearville."

1894/08/02; Jacksonville; p. 3:4
Rev. Rabbino and family are in the N.C. mountains. Mrs. J. Burkheim will
visit Mrs. S. Waterman in Ashville, N.C. Eugene Oberdorfer will return from
N.Y.C. Mrs. Sig. Hess and children will visit Hendersonville, N.C. Mrs. Max
Pincus (Montgomery) who visited Mrs. M. Meyerson, will leave. Mrs. M.J.
Wineman and children (Palatka) will visit N.Y.C. Rosa Cohen (Tampa) will
marry Arnold Greenberg, of Jacksonville. Eugene Oberdorfer will marry Dai-
sy Israel (Ocala). Fannie Trumpetter, of Philadelphia, who visited H. Ber-
lack's family, died. Percy Huffwill vacation in N.Y. Mr. and Mrs. M. Cohen
and Lillie Nathan are in N.Y. Nellie A. Lederer will also go to N.Y.

1894/08/02; Pensacola; p. 3:5
Mannie Cohen (N.Y.) is visiting. Eugene Guttman returned to New Or-
leans. Fannie Kahn is visiting Sallie and Bertha Baer [Bear]. Alex L. Kahn,
who's been in N.Y., is here for the Wolff-Cohen [Isidore-Sida] wedding. Es-
ther Meyerson, Lep Hirschman and Leon Lehman (New Orleans) visited
"Bearville." Dave Levy is convalescing. Cornelia Wolf, visiting Mrs. G.M.
Cohen, will return to New Orleans. Lulu Aschaffenberg (New Orleans) is vis-
iting Sarah Dannheiser [Dannheisser].

1894/08/02; Pensacola; p. 3:1
Bertha Bear (Pensacola) is engaged to Sam Rosenau (New Orleans). Lulu As-
chaffenberg (New Orleans) is visiting Pensacola.

1894/08/09; Pensacola; p. 3:4
The wedding of Sida Cohen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G.M. Cohen (Pensa-
cola), to Isidore Wolff (Lakeland, La.), took place in Temple Beth El. Albert
Aschaffenberg (New Orleans) visited. Sol Cahn is in N.Y. Mrs. Julia Baum
and son, Simon, who visited Mrs. S. Kahn, will return to Lakeland, La.







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1894/08/09; Pensacola; p. 3:1
The wedding of Sida Cohen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G.M. Cohen, of Pen-
sacola, to Isidore Wolfe [Wolff], of Lakewood, La., was at the synagogue in
Pensacola. Rabbi [J.] Kahn officiated. The young couple is in New Orleans.

1894/08/23; Pensacola; p. 3:7
B. Gerson, representing Heinberg, Goldsmith Co. (N.Y.) is visiting. P. Stone
is in N.Y. Mr. and Mrs. P. Stone had a party; guests included Lula Aschaffen-
berg and Rosa Guttman (New Orleans), Francis Goldstuker, Louise Kahn,
Rachel, Mel and Sarah Levy, Sarah Dannheiser [Dannheisser], Fanny and
Ada Kahn, Esther Rosenstein, Nettie Jacoby, Mrs. Sol Cahn, Mrs. D. Kugel-
man, C. Coleman, J. Kahn, Mrs. C.J. Heinberg, Mrs. Rosenstein, Mannie
Cohen (N.Y.), Harry, Max and Alex J. Kahn, Max and Sidney L. Kahn, Isaac
and Lep. Hirschman, Dave Levy, Archie and Moses Rosenstein, Leon
Gundesheimer, Chas. and Jake Levy, Max and Eddie Goldstuker, Joe Roth,
Sam Isaacs. Other guests: L Falk, Willie Laird, Alex L. Kahn (N.Y.), Rabbi J.
Kahn, C.J. Heinberg, Dave Kugelman and C. Coleman. Rosa Guttman and
Francis Goldstuker are visiting Sallie and Bertha Baer [Bear] in "Baerville."

1894/08/23; Pensacola; p. 3:2
Louis Friedman (Pensacola) and Sam Gerstle (Pulaski, Tenn.) are visiting
friends in Louisville, Ky.

1894/08/23; Pensacola; p. 3:1
Louis Cohn, of Pensacola, is visiting Mrs. S. Wolf in New Orleans.

1894/08/30; Pensacola; p. 3:3
Mr. and Mrs. P. Stone gave a party in honor of E.M. Cohen, formerly of
Pensacola, now of N.Y. An excursion was given in honor of Lulu Aschaffen-
berg. Participants: Louise and Ada Kahn, Rachel, Mel, and Sarah Levy, Es-
ther Meyerson, Esther Rosenstein, Sarah Dannheiser [Dannheisser], Nettie
Jacoby, Lulu Aschaffenberg (New Orleans), Alex L. Kahn, Mannie Cohen
(N.Y.), Chas. and Jake Levy, Isaac and Lep. Hirschman, Max L Kahn, Harry
J. Kahn, Jos. Roth, Dave Levy, Nathan Forcheimer, and Joe Jacoby. Mrs. P.
Stone chaperoned. Jennie Bodingheimer [Bodenheimer] (Montgomery) is
visiting Ada Kahn. Mrs. C.J. Heinberg and son Max will visit Washington
and N.Y. Mrs. E. Levy entertained the following: Sarah, Rachel and Mel
Levy, Louise Kahn, Lulu Aschaffenberg, Sarah Dannheiser, Harry Cashman,
L. Faulk, Isaac and Lep. Hirschman, and Dave Levy. Rabbi J. Kahn led ser-
vices and delivered the sermon on Friday.

1894/09/06; Pensacola; p. 3:1
Sallie and Bertha Bear of "Baerville" visited. Max L. Kahn is in N.Y. N. Wei-


land and son are visiting Washington and N.Y. Sol Cahn returned from N.Y.
Mrs. Nathan Berlin will go to Mobile. Theresa Frolichstein [Frohlichstein],
of Mobile, is visiting Esther Myerson [Meyerson].

1894/09/20; Ocala; p. 6:5
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Israel (Ocala) sent invitations for the wedding of their
daughter, Daisy, to Eugene Oberdorfer.

1894/10/04; Jacksonville; p. 7:5-6
The wedding of Eugene Oberdorfer to Daisy Israel took place in Ocala. Rev.
B. Rabbino officiated. Participants: S. Burkheim, J. Israel, Morris Steams, 1.
Baruch, A.K. Leon, Pauline Israel. Mr. and Mrs. Oberdorfer arrived yester-
day. The young Mr. and Mrs. Oberdorfer went to Springfield.

1894/10/04; Pensacola; p. 3:5
The following are visiting Mobile, Ala. from Pensacola: Fannie Kahn, Julia
Forcheimer, and Mrs. Coleman are visiting Dora Gundersheimer; Sam
Isaacs, Chas Levy, Joe Jacoby, Harry Cashman, Archie Rosenstein, and Dave
Levy are here too, as is Nettie Jacoby who is visiting her sister, Mrs. F. Fro-
lechstein [Frohlichstein].

1894/10/04; Pensacola; p. 3:4
Fannie Kahn and Julia Forcheimer returned from Mobile. Jennie Boden-
heimer, guest of Ada Kahn, returned to Montgomery. Archie Rosenstein,
Dave Levy and Sidney Kahn returned from Mobile. Netta Jacoby returned
from Mobile. Max L. Kahn returned from N.Y., Washington, and Baltimore.
Mrs. SA. Friedman, her children and Hannah Levy returned from Amory,
Miss. Mrs. E. Levy entertained the following: Rachel, Mel and Sarah Levy,
Louise Kahn, Fanny Kahn, Miss Cashman (N.Y.), Sam Isaacs, Wm. Falk,
Harry Cashman and Lep. Hirschman. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Dannheiser
[Dannheisser] entertained: Lula Aschaffenberg and Julia Forcheimer (New
Orleans), and Theresa Frolechstein (Mobile). Other guests: Jennie Bodin-
gheimer [Bodenheimer] (Montgomery), Netta Jacoby, Rachel, Mel and Sarah
Levy, Ada and Louise Kahn, Esther Rosenstein, Molly Mayer, Harry, Alex
and Max J. Kahn, Ed and Nathan Forcheimer, Ed and Max Goldstuker,
Charley and Jake Levy, Archie and Moses Rosenstein, Joe Jacoby, Dave Levy,
Isaac and Lep Hirschman. Julia Forcheimer (New Orleans) is visiting Fanny
Kahn. Jake Kahn returned from New Orleans. Bertha Baer [Bear] is conva-
lescing. P. Stone returned from N.Y. Mrs. Nathan Berlin returned from Mo-
bile. Theresa Frohlichstein, who visited Francis Goldstuker, returned to Mo-
bile. Mrs. C.J. Heinberg and family returned from Washington and N.Y.
Dave Kugelman and family returned from Washington and N.Y. Lulu As-
chaffenberg, visiting Sarah Dannheiser [Dannheisser], will return to New Or-







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leans. Lewis Baer [Bear] and family returned from "Baerville." Mr. and Mrs.
Otto Goldsticker [Goldstuker] held a dance.

1894/10118; Pensacola; p. 5:5
Describes the work of Rabbi J. Kahn. Mrs. P. Stone entertained. Guests: Ra-
chel, Mel and Sarah Levy, Fanny, Ada and Louise Kahn, Hannah Levy, Es-
ther Rosenstein, Miss Cushman, Sarah Dannheiser [Dannheisser], Julia For-
cheimer, Netta Jacoby, Jake, Dave, and Charles Levy, Wm. Falk, Archie
Rosenstein, Max and Sid L. Kahn, Alex and Harry J. Kahn, Isaac and Lep
Hirschman, Harry Cashman, Wm. Laird, Max and Ed Goldstuker, Sam
Isaacs, and Joe Jacoby.

1894/11/01; Tampa; p. 4:3
M. Henry Cohen writes that at a meeting of Jewish families at his home it
was decided to erect a synogogue. A building committee has been formed.
The next meeting will be at the home of ex-Mayor Glogowski.

1894/11/15; Pensacola; p. 1:6
Mrs. E. Levy entertained. Ben Gerson, of N.Y., is here. He will marry Ada
Kahn.

1894/11/22; Pensacola; p. 7:5
Ralph Mayer died. Mrs. Gundersheimer and son, of Mobile, are here for the
funeral.

1894/11/22; Pensacola; p. 7:4
Ada, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Kahn, married Benjamin Gerson, of
Montgomery, Ala. Participants: Harry Kahn, Chas Cahn, Isaac Hirschman,
Morris Bear, Max L. Kahn, Max J. Kahn, Fannie Kahn, Abe J. Kahn, Jake
Kahn, Emanuel Gerson, Mrs. Jake Kahn, Mrs. J. M. Flinn, Rabbi Kahn. A
reception was given at the home of Jake Kahn. The couple went to Mont-
gomery and will continue to N.Y.

1894/11/29; Pensacola; p. 7:2
Carrie Satzman (Cincinnati) is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Dannheiser [Dannheis-
ser]. Carrie Abrahams (Montgomery), Cora Rosenau (Chattanooga), and
Carrie Rosenau (Athens, Ala.) are visiting Sallie and Bertha Baer [Bear]. Sam
Rosenau (New Orleans) and Bertha Baer will be married. Miss A. Levy is in
Mobile. Julia Forcheimer will leave for Chicago. Dora Gundersheimer (Mo-
bile) is visiting. Eva Forchheimer [Forcheimer] is convalescing.

1894/12/06; Pensacola; p. 7:5
Bertha, daughter of Lewis Bear, married Sam Rosenau, of New Orleans.
Rabbi Dr. [J.] Kahn officiated. Participants: Albert Kramer, Sallie Bear, Max


Bear, Isaac Hirschman, Morris Bear, Max Klein, Minnie and Julius Daniels.
The reception was at the home of Lewis Bear. The couple will live in New
Orleans.

1894/12/13; Pensacola; p. 3:1
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rosenau (nee Bear), of Pensacola, returned to New Or-
leans after a short bridal tour.

1894/12/27; Pensacola; p. 2:6
Mrs. E. Levy gave a surprise party for Sarah. Among the participants: Carrie
Satzman (Cincinnati) and Julia Forcheimer (New Orleans).

1895/01/03; Pensacola; p. 5:6
Rabbi [J.] Kahn is commended for his Sunday School. He is assisted by
Louise Kahn and Esther Myerson [Meyerson]. Mrs. L. Cahn will visit Mrs.
L. Wolf in Lakeland, La.

1895/01/17; Pensacola; p. 7:1
Mel Levy, daughter of Mrs. E. Levy, entertained. Beth El Congregation
elected officers: Morris Dannheiser [Dannheisser], Pres.; A. Greenhut, V.P.;
Dave Dannheiser [Dannheisser], Sec.; Sol Cahn, Treas.

1895/01/31; Pensacola; p. 3:4
Mr. and Mrs. L Friedman, of Louisville, visited. Carrie Abrahams, who visit-
ed Sallie Bear, returned to Montgomery. A.P. Levy is convalescing. Chas.
Levy is moving to N.Y. Sam Weill, of Alexandria, La., visited. Joe Sackman,
of N.Y., visited the Hirschman brothers. Jake Abraham, of Montgomery, is
here. Rabbi Dr. J. Kahn will entertain pupils for Purim. Mel Levy and Louise
Kahn are in charge. P. Stone is in N.Y. Hannah, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
I.H. Rehfield, is engaged to LA. Dubissin (a Catholic).

1895/01/31; Pensacola; p. 3:1
Mrs. Joe Kohn, of Pensacola, visited New Orleans on her way home from a
visit to Mrs. Wolfe [Wolff], of Lakeland, La.

1895/02/07; Pensacola; p. 7:6
Morris Bear (Pensacola) is engaged to Cora Rosenau (Chattanooga, Tenn.).

1895/02/14; Pensacola; p. 3:4
Morris Bear (Pensacola) is visiting Birmingham, Ala.

1895/02/21; Pensacola; p. 4:6-7
Congregation Beth El suffers the loss of their synagogue due to a fire. They
ask for donations. The office of the I.O.B.B. was also destroyed. Send contri-







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butions to Sol Cahn, Treas. Rev. Mathews, of a Presbyterian church, offered
his church as a temporary place of worship until Beth El is rebuilt. Rev. Kahn
resigned. The congregation wrote a resolution to thank Rev. Mathews, Geo.
Reese and R.M. Bushnell for their help. The resolution was written by Rabbi
J. Kahn, M.B. Dannheiser [Dannheisser], Pres.; Dave Dannheiser [Dannheis-
ser], Sec.; and Sol Kahn, Treas.

1895/02/21; Pensacola; p. 3:2
Birdie Roth, of Chicago, who is visiting Mrs. V.J. Vidal, entertained. Louise
Kahn is in New Orleans visiting Lulu Aschaffenberg. S. Dreyfus, of
Cincinnati, is here. Hannah Levy will go to Nashville for the Goldstein-
Swartz and Bingler-Sawyer weddings.

1895/02/21; Pensacola; p. 3:1
Miss Cahn (Pensacola) is visiting Lulu Aschaffenberg (New Orleans).

1895/02/28; Tampa; p. 4:1
The Jews of Tampa's Congregation Shaarei Zedek appeal for donations to
build a synogogue. Contributions should be sent to Henry Cohen, Sec.

1895/02/28; Pensacola; p. 3:2
Sally Bear (Pensacola) is visiting Rosa Guttman (New Orleans).

1895/03/07; Pensacola; p. 3:7
Mel Levy entertained the following: Rachel, Mel and Sarah Levy, Netta Jaco-
by, Francis Goldsticker [Goldstuker], Fanny Kahn, Louis and Adolph Co-
hen, Archie Rosenstein, L.B. Hirschman, Max Meyerson, Eddie and Max
Goldstiker [Goldstuker], Joe Roth and Sam Isaacs. Ida Levy, of Amory,
Miss., is visiting Mrs. SA. Friedman. Mrs. E. Levy is convalescing. Mrs. V.J.
Vidal, mother and sister, Birdie Roth are in Mobile for Mardi Gras. Louis
Cohen, formerly of Jacksonville, now of Baton Rouge, is visiting Mr. and
Mrs. G.M. Cohen. Mrs. A. Lischkoff and Mrs. D. Dannheiser [Dannheisser]
are in Mobile. Ike Simon, of Montgomery, is here. Mr. and Mrs. E. Miller
have a baby girl. Jake Levy returned from a visit to his sister, Ida, in Mobile.
Sam Rosenau and wife returned to New Orleans. Sallie Baer [Bear] is in New
Orleans.

1895/03/07; Jacksonville; p. 1:4-5
John L Sullivan, of Jacksonville, may become a temperance advocate. He is
in desperate need of a job. Colonel K. D. Chandler offered him the opportu-
nity of temperance advocate, so everyone could see a reformed drunkard. The
colonel would exploit him. He offers him a large sum of money.


1895/03/28; Pensacola; p. 3:5
Francis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Goldstucker [Goldstuker], elte
trained. Sallie Bear, daughter of L. Bear, returned from New Orleans. Mrs. *
Stine and children returned from Mobile. Rosa Newbrik, of Mobile, is vist-
ing Mrs. A. Levy. Fannie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Kahn, married Sam
Isaacs, of Friedman Bros. Isaac Hirschman and Mesdames C.J. Heiberg
Gus Cohen, Morris Dannheiser [Dannheisser] and Julius Heinberg gave a
Purim Ball.

1895/04/11; Pensacola; p. 3:4
Pauline Baum (Montgomery) is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Dave Bear. Rosa NIewr
brik (Mobile) entertained at Mrs. A. P. Levy's home. Theresa Frohlichstln
(Mobile) is visiting Mrs. P. Stine. Louise Kahn returned from Mobile .
New Orleans. Sarah Kahn, daughter of Mrs. S. Kahn, will visit Mrs. Baurn i
Lakeland, La.

1895/04/18; Jacksonville; p. 3:5ed
Mrs. G. Marcus (Jacksonville) and her children, Carrie and Morton, attede
the marriage of Minnie Morris to Dr. I. M. Schwab in Athens, Ga.

1895/04/25; Pensacola; p. 3:2
Louise Kahn entertained. She, Esther Myerson [Meyerson], Rosa Newbrik
N.H. Frolechstein [Frohlichstein], and Theresa Frohlichstein (Mobile) per-
formed. Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Wolff, nee Cohen, (Lakeland, La.) are vsi oi
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Cohen. Netta Jacoby is engaged to H. Oppenheiida
Americus, Ga. Carrie Goldstuker is convalescing. Mr. and Mrs. V.J. Mr.
gave a party in honor of Joe Roth. Beth El Congregation had a meeting- is.
and Mrs. D. Kugleman [Kugelman] gave a party in honor of Mr. and r
Isidore Wolff, of Lakeland, La.

1895/05/23; Pensacola; p. 6:6
Francis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Goldstuker, entertained the foloW
ing: Pauline Baum (Montgomery), Miss Friedman (N.Y.), Ida Levy, 1-blse
Kahn, Esther Meyerson, Birdie Roth, Sarah and Mel Levy, Mollie Elliot [El-
dodt?], Mrs. Sam Isaacs, Cora, Rachel and Francis Goldstuker, Mr- ahi
Isaac Hirschman, Adolf Cohen, Jake Levy, Joe Roth, Sidney Kahn, acie
Rosenstein, Max L. Bear, L.B. Hirschman, Alex and Max J. Kahn, lave
Levy, Sam Isaacs and Max Goldstuker. The Ladies' Benevolent Assoc an
will have a picnic. Their officers are: Mrs. Rosenstein, Pres.; Mrs. S. I hn,
V.P.; Mrs. D. Kugleman, Sec.; Mrs. C.J. Heinberg, Treas. Mrs. Sam rsble
au, of New Orleans, is visiting Lewis Bear. Rosa Newbrik returned to NV and
after visiting with Mrs. A.P. Levy. Jack Hauteman, of N.Y., is at Mr- and
Mrs. D. Kugelman's. He and his family will move here. Birdie Rotrl'







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mother will return to Chicago after visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Vidal. Daisy
Cohen will entertain at the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. Kugelman. Cora Gold-
stuker is convalescing.

1895/06/13; Jacksonville; p. 5:4
Mrs. Scherman, of Jefferson City, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Chas Hellman en
route to visit Mr. and Mrs. M. Scherman, ofJacksonville.

1895/06/27; Pensacola; p. 8:2
Sarah Levy is in New Orleans and Mrs. S. Kahn has returned from there.
Mrs. A.P. Levy returned from Mobile. Mrs. O. Goldstuker is convalescing.
Edna Greenhut, daughter of Mrs. A. Greenhut returned after graduating
from a university in N.Y. Adolph Goldstuker is convalescing. Sarah Kahn re-
turned from Lakeland, La. Joe Jacobs is in Hot Springs. Mr. and Mrs. J.
Hauteman gave a dinner in honor of Mr. and Mrs. D. Kugelman. Max L.
Bear is in Chattanooga for Morris Bear's wedding to Cora Rosenau. Mr. and
Mrs. Laz. Jacoby have a baby girl. Mr. and Mrs. I. Gugenheim have a baby
boy.

1895/06/27; Jacksonville; p. 7:1-2
Shavuoth was observed, officiated by Rabbi B. Rabbino. Five children were
confirmed. The service is described. Among the participants: Rhoda Zachari-
as, Sadie Herzog, Mrs. A. Sabel, Bennie Schwarz, Josephine Ritzewoller, Wil-
lie Bassett, and Rabbi Rabbino. Mrs. J.H. Waterman died. I. Zacharias was
admitted to the bar. Mena Williams, of Tallahassee, is engaged to Mr.
Hirschberg, of Philadelphia. L. Furchgott, C.B. Benedict and M. Dzialynski
are candidates in the municipal elections. L. Roy Walter, Katie Friedenberg
and Miss Gruenthal [Grunthal] graduated from Duval High with awards.

1895/07/04; Pensacola; p. 3:5
At a B'nai Brith meeting, Dave Dannheiser [Dannheisser], Max L. Kahn,
LB. Hirschman and Newman Golding [Goldring] were initiated. Fannie
Rich and Nora Davis are visiting David Kugelman and family. Lewis Bear
and family went to "Bearville." Adolph Goldstuker died. He was an active
member of the Knights of Pythias, Masons, and B'nai Brith.

1895/07/25; Pensacola; p. 7:5
Lewis Bear died. His biography is given. He had five children. The elder
sons, Morris and Max, are members of the firm L. Bear and Co. Morris Bear
is on his honeymoon. Lieut. Max L. Bear had just returned from Palmetto
Beach. Mr. Greenhut, Lewis' business associate, found the store closed in the
morning and sent a messenger to find Lewis. Dr. F. G. Renshaw's opinion is
that the death was caused by a stroke of apoplexy.


1895/07125; Pensacola; p. 3:3
Esther Meyerson returned from Mobile. Mollie Abrams and mother, of
Montgomery are visiting. Dave Kugelman is convalescing. At a B'nai Brith
meeting officers were elected: Otto Goldstuker, Pres.; G. Forcheimer, V.P.;
Max L. Kahn, Treas.; Dave Dannheiser [Dannheisser], Sec.; A. Golding,
Outer Guardian; Isaac Hirschman, Inner Guardian. An excursion was given
in honor of Mollie Abrams. Participants: Sarah, Mel and Rachel Levy, Mollie
Eldott [Eldodt], Lena Friedman, Sarah J. Kahn, Mollie Kahn, Mrs. B. Ger-
son, Adolph Cohen, L.B. Hirschman, Jake and Dave Levy, Leon Gunder-
sheimer, Max and Alex J. Kahn, Isaac Hirschman, Ben Gerson and Morris
and Charles Hanteman.

1895/08/08; Palatka; p. 3:4
M. Loeb and family (Palatka) are among the many visitors in Asheville, N.C.

1895/08/08; Pensacola; p. 3:2
Otto Goldstuker visited Mrs. H. Guttman, of New Orleans.

1895/08/15; Jacksonville; p. 7:6
Milton M. Arnold (Philadelphia) is engaged to Flora Fridenberg [Frieden-
berg] (Jacksonville).

1895/08/22; Pensacola; p. 6:5
Congregation Beth El will begin building a new temple to replace the one de-
stroyed by fire.

1895/08/22; Pensacola; p. 3:4
A.A. Goldsmith and J.W. Becker (Cincinnati) are in Pensacola, as is A. Rose-
dale of, St. Louis. Mrs. A. Weiland and son are in Cincinnati. David Kugel-
man returned from Abita Springs. Mrs. L. Friedman is in Louisville. Mr. and
Mrs. G.M. Cohen returned from New Orleans. Annie McHugh, daughter of
Mr. Jas McHugh, gave a party in honor of Maggie Henecan, of New Or-
leans. Participants: Sarah Levy, Francis and Rachel Goldstuker, Ike and Lep
Hirschman, Archie Rosenstein, Dave Levy, Max and Alex L. Kahn.

1895/08/29; Pensacola; p. 1:6
Rev. Israel Heinberg (Monroe, La.) is staying with Alderman C.J. Heinberg.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Diamond (Mobile) are here for Mrs. Heinberg's funeral.
Nick Smith and Joe Roth returned from Atlanta. Max L. Kahn is in N.Y.
Mr. and Miss J. Hauteman had a party. Rabbi Heinberg and Rev. Yerger will
officiate at the laying of the cornerstone of the new temple. Dora Gunde-
sheimer [Gundersheimer], of Mobile, is visiting Mrs. B. Gerson. Francis and
Rachel Goldstetter [Goldstuker] gave a party. Congregation Beth El's history







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is told, mentions the cemetery, a gift of Alpha Lodge by S.M. Goldbach. Also
mentions the Ladies' Benevolent and Young Men's Aid Society. Mrs. Lena
Heinberg, mother of C.J., died in N.Y. Rev. Yerger officiated at the funeral.
Rabbi Heinberg, of Monroe, La., spoke.

1895/09/05; Pensacola; p. 3:4
Describes the ceremony of laying of the new temple's cornerstone. Mayor
McHugh, Hon. W.D. Chipley and other officers and members of the city
council, congregation and press were present. Mrs. J.M. Flynn [Flinn] played
the organ. Masons, local lodges and members of the Naval Lodge at Warring-
ton marched in procession. Morris Dannheiser [Dannheisser] spoke, as did
Rabbi Heinberg, Rev. Yerger, and W.E. Anderson. Architect J.B. Roberts
lowered the stone. J.M. Hilliard, George S. Halmark and J.M. Flynn [Flinn]
also participated. Rabbi Heinberg has returned to Monroe. He spoke Friday
at the Y.M.CA.

1895/10/03; Pensacola; p. 2:6
Francis and Rachel Goldstuker entertained. Max L. Kahn returned from N.Y.
and Baltimore. Cora Goldstuker's health is improved. B. Hirschman and
family (Alexandria, La.), parents of Hirschman Bros., moved here. Mrs. A.
Weiland and Emma Simon returned from Cincinnati. Mrs. P. Stone is con-
valescing. Louise Kahn entertained. Dave Dannheiser [Dannheisser] is conva-
lescing. Jos Coleman returned from N.Y. Daisy Cohen returned from Lake-
land. The Hebrew Young Ladies' Aid Society will have a ball to raise money
for an organ for the new temple.

1895/10/17; Pensacola; p. 2:6
Mr. and Mrs. N. Weiland gave a party for Emma Simon. Nathan Berlin is
convalescing. The Young Ladies' Aid Sodety ball, with Julius Heinberg's
help, was successful. Joe Jacoby is engaged to Esther Meyerson. The new tem-
ple will soon be completed.

1895/10/17; Pensacola; p. 2:2
Joe Sackman, of N.Y., visited Mr. and Mrs. B. Hirschman. Mrs. F.G. Fro-
lichstein [Frohlichstein] visited Mrs. P. Stone. Max J. Kahn and Leon Gun-
dersheimer are convalescing. Mr. and Mrs. SA. Friedman gave a party for Ida
Levy.

1895/10/24; Tallahassee; p. 3:7
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Rosedale (Deborah Asher) and family are moving to
Tallahassee, Fl.

1895/10/31; Pensacola; p. 3:5
Rabbi [S.] Rosenberg was elected at a meeting of Congregation Beth El.


Louise Kahn will go to Montgomery. Esther Meyerson is recuperating. Ms
L. Friedman returned from Louisville. Mrs. E. Levy gave a party in honor
her daughters, Sarah, Mel and Rachel Levy. Rabbi Rosenberg's family Wll a
rive from Galveston. H.B. Kaiser (New Orleans) visited. Mr. and Mrs-
Kugleman [Kugelman] gave a party for Emma Simon (Cincinnati).

1895/11/14; Pensacola; p. 7:4
Describes Rabbi F. [S.] Rosenberg's inaugural address. Mr. and Mrs. "
Hirschman gave a party in honor of their daughters, Minnie and Gertrude.
Participants: Emma Simon (Cincinnati), Louise Kahn, Mel Levy, sther
Meyerson, Francis Goldstuker, Eva Forcheimer, Ida Levy, Myna ayer
(N.Y.), Hannah Hirschman, Dave Levy, MaxJ. Kahn, Leon Gundersheile"
Archie and Moses Rosenstein, Phil Klein, Adolph Cohen, Joe Jacoby, Max
Klein, Charley, Isaac and S.B. Hirschman, Mr. and Mrs. D. Kugleman [I7l-
gelman], Mr. and Mrs. A. Lischkoff, and Mr. and Mrs. B. Hirschman.

1895/11/28; Pensacola; p. 7:5
Harry Cashman (Pensacola) is engaged to Julia Solomon (Mobile, Ala.).

1895/12/19; Pensacola; p. 5:7
Nathan Berlin died. Hannah Levy returned from Nashville. Emma Sion
(Cincinnati) is visiting Mrs. N. Weiland.

1896/01/02; Pensacola; p. 3:7
Children of Beth El Sunday School gave a Chanukah performance, helped by
Rabbi Rosenberg, Rhea Cohn, Ida Levy, Esther Rosenstein and Sarah Da"-"
heiser [Dannheisser]. The program is described. Participants: Mollie lCah,
Daisy Cohen, Sarah Heinberg, Leon and Lillie Jacoby, Julius Gugenheir.
Fanny Berlin, Dave Cashman, Hennie Levy, Florence Heinberg, 1en
Cahn, Theresa Stone, Rosetta Israel, Rosa Levy, Mozart Lischkoff, 3en
Hirschman, Reina Dannheiser [Dannheisser] and Joe Gugenheim. E-la
Greenhut, A. Greenhut's daughter, entertained in honor of Herman Grc,
hut (N.Y.). Netta Jacoby married H.W. Oppenheim (Atlanta). Rabbi S. -O-
senberg officiated. Wedding participants: Ed Goldstuker, Nathan Forchcile
er, Max L. Kahn, Max Goldstuker, Newman Goldring, Max Klein,
Harry Kahn. Guests: Mr. and Mrs. N.H. Frolichstein [Frohlichstein], T1 h o-
sa and Lillie Frolichstein, Minnie Levy, Mrs. Morningstar and daughter ( '4.
bile), Mrs. J. Baum (Lakeland), and J. Oppenheim (N.Y.). Mr. and rft.
Morris Dannheiser [Dannheisser] returned from Atlanta. Minnie Levy
Theresa Frolichstein is with Mrs. P. Stone. Sallie Bear is in Montgomery-

1896/01/09; Jacksonville; p. 3:6
Describes a singing performance by Flora Fridenberg [Friedenberg].









1896101/16; Jacksonville; p. 6:4
Rabbi Bernard Rabbino, ofJacksonville, has become an attorney at law.

1896/01/30; Pensacola; p. 3:7
The I.O.B.B. Lodge elected officers: Otto Goldstuker, Pres.; Dave Dannheis-
er [Dannheisser), V.P.; LB. Hirschman, Sec.; Max L Kahn, Treas.; Jake
Kahn, Monitor; Harry Cashman, Inner Guardian; G. Forcheimer, Outer
Guardian. Louise Kahn returned from Montgomery. Fannie Swartz, of Hot
Springs, is visiting Mrs. L Kahn. Beth El Congregation elected officers: A.
Greenhut, Pres.; G. Forcheimer, V.P.; Isaac Hirschman, Sec.; Sol Kahn,
Treas.; C.J. Heinberg, L Friedman, Max Kahn, School Committee; CJ.
Heinberg, P. Stone, A. Lischkoff, I. Gugenheim and Laz Jacoby, Trustees.
Esther Meyerson married Joe Jacoby. Rev. S. Rosenberg officiated. Mrs. J.
Heinberg gave a reception. The young married couple is in Mobile with Mrs.
Frolichstein [Frohlichstein]. Ida Levy is engaged to Dave Edrihi [Edrehi], of
Marianna.

1896/01/30; Tallahassee; p. 1:6
J. Diamond (Tallahassee) contributed to the National Farm School Fund.

1896103/19; Pensacola; p. 3:2
LB. Hirschman (author) asks the community to contribute news to his col-
umn. Ida Levy married Dave Edrihi [Edrehi], of Marianna, at the Y.M.C.A.
(which is being used by Congregation Beth El as a temporary temple) by
Rabbi Rosenberg. Mrs. SA. Friedman held a reception. Jos Sackman (Alex-
andria, La.) is visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. Hirschman. Flora Alderman (Marian-
na) is visiting Hannah Levy. The dedication of the new temple will be offi-
ciated by Rabbi [Max] Heller (New Orleans) and Rabbi S. Rosenberg. The
Ladies' Benevolent Society of Congregation Beth El held a Purim Ball. Edna
Greenhut returned from Alabama.

1896104/02; Pensacola; p. 3:3
Emma Simon (Cincinnati) returned home from a visit with Mr. and Mrs. N.
Weiland. Flora Alderman returned to Marianna after visiting Hannah Levy.
Louise Kahn gave a party in honor of Emma Simon.

1896/04/30; Jacksonville; p. 6:5
Mrs. M.M. Hirsch and Mrs. Wollner, of Columbus, Ga., are visiting Mrs.
Alex Soble [Sabel], ofJacksonville.

1896/05/07; Pensacola; p. 3:6
Describes the dedication of the new temple. Participants: Rabbi Dr. Max
Ieller (New Orleans), Sarah Heinberg, A. Greenhut and Rabbi S.
.osenberg.


ABSTRACTS

1896/0514; Jacksonville; p. 6:5
Samuel Benlisa ofJacksonville died. His biography is given. His parents emi-
grated from Morocco with his uncle, Moses E. Levy, the father of David L.
Yulee, once a U.S. Senator of Fla. Benlisa wrote a pamphlet in reply to Rob-
ert Ingersoll. He claimed he could trace his heritage to King David. Although
a Christian, he was proud of his Hebrew lineage.

1896/05/21; Jacksonville; p. 3:4
Mrs. H.P. Fridenberg [Friedenberg] and daughter, Flora, of Jacksonville, are
visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. Druker and Mrs. Al Deichman, of Kansas City, Mo.

1896105/28; Pensacola; p. 6:3
Describes the confirmation service at Temple Beth El, conducted by Rev. S.
Rosenberg. Invited Guests: Mr. Greenhut, Pres.; Mr. Forcheimer, V.P. Class:
Henrietta and Rosa Levy, Theresa Stone, Daisy Cohen and Sarah Heinberg.

1896/06/25; Pensacola; p. 3:3
Rev. S. Rosenberg is convalescing. Rachel Goldstuker returned from Marian-
na. Jos Sackman will return to Alexandria, La. after visiting with the Hirsch-
man family. Minnie Hirschman is convalescing. The Young Men's Society
Club gave a picnic. Mrs. Israel Heinberg, of Monroe, La., and daughter, Sa-
die, will postpone their trip to visit Mr. and Mrs. Hirschman. The Young
Men's Society Club elected officers: Isaac Hirschman, Pres.; Dave Levy, V.P.;
L.B. Hirschman, Sec. Leon Gundesheimer [Gundersheimer], Treas.

1896/06/25; Florida; p. 7:2
Mrs. Frank Simon and the Misses Weil, of Florida, are visiting in
Washington.

1896/07/02; Jacksonville; p. 6:2
Dora Fridenberg [Friedenberg], of Jacksonville, is visiting Mrs. M.S. Drukker
and Mrs. S. Drukker, of Cincinnati.

1896/07/16; Pensacola; p. 2:2
Eva Forcheimer (Pensacola) visited in Mobile, Ala. and has returned home.

1896/07/16; Tampa; p. 2:2
E. Gitelson (Chicago) married Alice Knight (Tampa).

1896107/30; Pensacola; p. 3:2
Pauline Baum, of Montgomery, is visiting Louise Kahn. Theresa Frohlich-
stein (Mobile) and Miss Solomon (Atlanta) are visiting Edna Greenhut. Hat-
tie Newbrik (Mobile) is here. Morris Levy, Hannah Levy, Mrs. S. Friedman
and children are in Marianna visiting Mr. and Mrs. D. Edrehi. I.O.B.B.







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elected officers: Dave Dannheiser [Dannheisser], Pres.; Max L. Kahn, V.P.;
LB. Hirschman, Sec.; Sol Cahn, Treas.; Jacob Kahn, Inner Guard; G. For-
cheimer, Outer Guard. Mrs. Israel Heinberg and children, of Monroe, La.,
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. Hirschman. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Rosedale and
Louise Asher (Shreveport, La.) are here. Mr. and Mrs. B. Hirschman had a
party for Minnie. Minnie, Gertie and Mrs. I. Heinberg (Monroe, La.) presid-
ed over the party. Recitations were performed by Louise Asher, Alex Marons
(Atlanta), Joe Menkoe (Jacksonville), and Sadie Heinberg (Monroe). Guests:
Pauline Baum, Louise Asher, Theresa Frolichstein, Sarah Solomon, Hattie
Newbrik, Sidney Levy, Alex Marons, Dr. Rosen (N.Y.), Mr. and Mrs. Men-
ko, and Mrs. I. Heinberg.

1896/08/27; Jacksonville; p. 8:2
Tells of the Jacksonville Jews in politics. Includes the following: Philip Wal-
ter, Jules Solomon, Eugene Oberdorfer and M. A. Dzialynski.

1896/09/03; Pensacola; p. 3:4-5
Mamie Barker, of Columbia, Tenn., visited the Mayer family and is now in
Mobile. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Kahn are convalescing. Sarah Solomon returned
to Atlanta after a visit with Edna Greenhut. Lillie and Gertrude Solomon,
Hattie Newbrik and Theresa Frolichstein [Frohlichstein] returned to Mobile.
Chas. Hirschman of Hirschman Bros. is in New Orleans. Mrs. Mayer gave a
party for Mamie Barker. Hattie Newbrik won first prize. Theresa Frolichstein
won the booby prize. Francis Goldstuker will visit Louise Cahn in Tallahas-
see. Fannie Rich of Montgomery is visiting Mr. and Mrs. D. Kugleman [Ku-
gelman]. Describes her opera performance. Gertrude Solomon also per-
formed. B. Fecheimer is in Mobile. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Dannheiser
[Dannheisser] are in New Orleans. An excursion was given by Hannah Levy
and Esther Rosenstein for the benefit of Mrs. T.H. Nettleson whose husband
died, leaving her and her five children without support. Mr. and Mrs. I. Gu-
genheim are in New Orleans.

1896/09/24; Jacksonville; p. 4:2-3
Rabbi B. Rabbino of Congregation Ahaveth [Ahavath] Chesed writes of an
incident in which the Populist candidate for governor of Florida spoke to a
crowd, denouncing Jews. He denounces the Populists and the man as
dangerous.

1896/11/12; Pensacola; p. 2:6
Hannah Levy returned from a visit to Mrs. Edrehi in Marianna. Jacob Kahn
is convalescing. Otto Goldstuker returned from Tallahassee. Mrs. Morris
Dannheiser [Dannheisser] is convalescing and will soon return from New Or-
leans. Estelle Rosenau (Chattanooga) is visiting Mrs. Morris Bear. Francis
Goldstuker will return from a visit to Louise Asher in Tallahassee.


1896/12/10; Jacksonville; p. 6:4 .ng
Hon. C.B. Parkhill (Jacksonville) spoke to the synagogue on Thanks
Day.

1896/12/10; Appalachicola; p. 3:7
Stella Steiner (Apalachicola) is visiting Clara Wolfson (Columbus, Ga.).

1896/12/10; Jacksonville; p. 3:7 -
Olga Buhler [Buehler] (Columbus, Ga.) is visiting Mrs. A. Sabel (Jacks
ville).

1896/12/17; Pensacola; p. 8:2-3 is
Describes Beth El Sunday School's Chanukah festival. Participants: Juis
Gugenheim, Sarah Heinberg, Esther Heinberg, Rena Dannheiser [Dannher
ser], Sadie Hauteman, Lillian Israel, Hessie Hirschman, Rosetta Israel, Es.o,
Gugenheim, Joseph Gugenheim, Mollie Kahn, Leon Levy, Lola MNe ko
Leah Cahn, Regina Heinberg, Theresa Jacoby, Hilda Rosenberg, JoSe
Stone, Martin Menko, Fannie Berlin, Sol Levy, Ben Hirschman, Nozar
Lischkopf [Lischkoff], Aubrey Weiland, Katie Cashman, Rudolph Flashner,
Florence Heinberg, Gertrude Friedman, Joe Jacoby, Paula Lang, Reine Cahn
Ben Heinberg, and Annie Geismar. Sunday School management: Rab
Rosenberg, Sarah Dannheiser [Dannheisser], Louise Kahn, Julius Heinlbrg'
J. Menko, M. Dannheiser [Dannheisser], N.G. Forcheimer, and 1"op"
Hirschman.

1896/12/24; Jacksonville; p. 6:3llng
Rabbi Rabbino was counsel for defense of Lou Rentz, charged with k ing
her paramour, a married man; she was declared not guilty.

1896/12/24; Pensacola; p. 3:2 of
Diane Holzer, of Birmingham, had a party in honor of Edna Greenht11 K.
Pensacola. Ophelia Levy, L.W. Friedman, Mena Kaufman, and Leo
Steiner won prizes.

1896/12/31; Pensacola; p. 5:7
Mrs. P. Stone and children, of Pensacola, are visiting N.H. Frohlichstei'. of
Mobile. Violet Strauss, of New Orleans, will visit Pensacola after les-ig
Mobile.

1897/01/14; Pensacola; p. 6:7
The congregation at Pensacola adopted the Union Prayer Book.

1897/01/21; Pensacola; p. 7:5-6ng
Louise Asher, of Shreveport, La., is visiting Francis Goldstuker. The ung









Ladies' Aid Society elected officers: Hannah Levy, Pres.; Sarah Levy, V.P.;
Gertie Hirschman, Sec.; Sarah Dannheiser [Dannheisser], Treas. A ball was
given for Louise Asher and Stella Rosenau. The Excelsior Dramatic Club per-
formed for the benefit of the temple. Congregation Beth El elected officers:
A. Greenhut, Pres.; M. Dannheiser [Dannheisser], V.P.; Ike Hirschman,
Sec.; Sol Kahn, Treas. School Committee: J. Menko, I. Gugenheim, L.B.
Hirschman, and N.G. Forcheimer.

1897/01/28; Pensacola; p. 2:6
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Forcheimer, of Mobile, visited. Also from Mobile,
Mrs. Gundersheimer, who visited Mrs. Mayer. Lillie Solomon, of Mobile,
and Violet Strauss, of New Orleans, visited Mrs. H. Cashman. Mrs. Dave
Edrehi (Ida Levy), of Marianna, is visiting S.A. Friedman. Mr. and Mrs. L.
Friedman have a baby boy. Alpha Lodge, #21 [i.e. 219], I.O.B.B., elected of-
ficers: Max L. Kahn, Pres.; G. Forcheimer, V.P.; L. B. Hirschman, Sec.; Sol
Kahn, Treas.; Ike Hirschman, Inner Guard; Lep Mayer, Outer Guard. Mrs.
Friedman, of Florence, Ala., is visiting Mrs. L. Friedman.

1897/02/11; Tampa; p. 7:7
Mr. [M.] Henry Cohen, of Tampa, is betrothed to Julia Wolf, formerly of
Louisville, Ky., now of Tampa.

1897/02/11; Tampa; p. 3:6
Julia Wolf (Tampa) is engaged to Mr. M. Henry Cohen.

1897/02/11; Pcnsacola; p. 7:1
A social and literary cub, named the Progress Club, was established. Officers
are: Sol Cahn, Pres.; Ike Hirschman, V.P.; David Kugleman [Kugelman],
Sec.; Chas J. Heinberg, Treas. Governing Committee: David Dannheiser
[Dannheisser], Sam Rosenau, Max Klein, Julius Menko and A. Lischkoff.

1897/03/04; Pensacola; p. 6:5
Morris Dannheiser [Dannheisser] returned from Little Rock, Ark., where he
represented the Knights of Dixie Lodge. Stella Rosenau is convalescing.
Louise Asher, of Shreveport, visited Francis Goldstuker. Francis will return
with her to Shreveport, La. Mr. and Mrs. C.J. Heinberg will go to New Or-
leans. The Jewish men formed a social and literary club. Max Klein will go to
New Orleans. Stella Rosenau visited Mrs. Morris Bear. Hannah Levy and Sa-
rah Dannheiser [Dannheisser] returned from De Feeneak [De Funiak]
Springs. Sallie Bear will go to New Orleans. Dr. M.F. Rosen is in Jackson-
ville. Leon Levy is recuperating.

1897/03/18; Ocala; p. 3:5
The Jewish Ladies' Whist Club was entertained by Mrs. Charles Rheinauer.


ABSTRACTS

Mrs. M. Fishel, Miss Jennie Hohenberg, Mrs. Nathan Crown and Mrs. Jake
Brown won prizes.

1897/04/15; Jacksonville; p. 6:4
The Women's League gave a military drill at the Elks Club.

1897/04/29; Jacksonville; p. 6:3
The Jewish Woman's League held a meeting at Mrs. I. L. Moses' home. They
will hold a May-pole dance with Mrs. Alexander Sabel as the hostess.

1897/04/29; Pensacola; p. 3:4
Rabbi [S.?] Rosenberg and choir led Temple Beth El's Passover Services. The
congregants favor the Union Prayer Book. The Progress Club held its inaugu-
ral ball. Sig Frohlichstein decorated. Wyer's Orchestra played a march which
was led by Sol Cahn and Louise Kahn. Officers: Sol Cahn, Pres.; Ike Hirsch-
man, V.P.; Dave Kugelman, Sec.; Chas J. Heinberg, Treas.; Governing
Board: Max L. Kahn, Alex Lischkoff, Dave Dannheiser [Dannheisser],
Adolph Cohen, Lep Mayer, and Max Klein. Arrangement Com.: L. Mayer, I.
Hirschman, Nathan Frolichstein [Frohlichstein], Ben Gerson, and Morris
Dannheisser. Reception Committee: Max Klein, Leon Gundersheimer, Lep
Hirschman, Alex J. Kahn, and Max Meyerson. Floor committee: Ike Hirsch-
man, Dave Levy, Max Bear, Jake Levy, and Eddy Florsheimer.

1897/06/03; Jacksonville; p. 7:4
Louis Berlack (acksonville) is betrothed to Pauline Cohen (Philadelphia).

1897/06/03; Jacksonville; p. 2:3
Pauline Cohen (Philadelphia) is engaged to Louis Berlack (Jacksonville).

1897/06/10; Pensacola; p. 3:3
Dave Dannheisser, delegate to the B'nai Brith convention in Waco, Tx., is
back. Mrs. N. Weiland is in Cincinnati. D. Sackman, of Alexandria, La., vis-
ited the Hirschman family. Mamie Aschaffenberg, of New Orleans, is visiting
Mr. and Mrs. I. Gugenheim. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Dannheiser [Dannheisser]
are in Macon. Mrs. S. Kahn and daughters, Louise and Sarah, are visiting
Chicago, Cincinnati and Nashville. An excursion was given in honor of M.
Aschaffenberg. Meta Rosenau is visiting Mrs. Morris Bear. Sallie Bear will
travel north. Mrs. S.A. Friedman and Hannah Levy visited Mr. and Mrs. D.
Edrehi, of Marianna. E.J. Johnson visited. Mrs. Harry Cashman and daugh-
ter visited Mr. and Mrs. Solomon.

1897/06/10; Pensacola; p. 3:5
Mrs. Theresa Simon, of Shreveport, La., entertained Weil and Hauseman Si-







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mon, of Alabama, and Dan Dannheiser [Dave Dannheisser], of Pensacola, on
their way to the B'nai Brith convention at Waco, Tx.

1897/06/17; Florida; p. 3:5
Mrs. Harry Cashman, of Pensacola, visited Mr. and Mrs. S.H. Solomon in
Mobile. Mr. and Mrs. A. Gundersheimer, of Tampa, are visiting in Mobile,
Ala.

1897/06/24; Pensacola; p. 6:2
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Lischkoff (nee Forcheimer), of Pensacola, are in Cincinna-
ti for the Auer-Lischkoff wedding. They are staying with Mr. and Mrs. Jaffe.

1897/07/01; Pensacola; p. 5:2
Beth El Congregation was suspended from membership in the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations for failing to pay its dues.

1897/07/01; Pensacola; p. 2:7
Congregation Beth El is looking for a new rabbi. Address inquiries to A.
Greenhut, Pres. and Ike Hirschman, Sec.

1897/07/08; Florida; p. 6:3
The paper requests the address of Lester L. Isaacs, lately of Florida.

1897/07/22; Pensacola; p. 3:3
Meta Rosenau, of Chattanooga, is visiting Mrs. Morris Bear. Mr. & Mrs. H.
Lischkoff returned from Cincinnati. Jake Levy returned from Nashville. L.B.
Hirschman of Hirschman Bros. returned from New Orleans. Gertrude Solo-
mon, of Mobile, is visiting Mrs. H.J. [Harry] Cashman. Alpha Lodge #219,
I.O.B.B., elected officers: Max L. Kahn, Pres.; Sol Cahn, V.P.; L.B. Hirsch-
man, Treas.; Leop. Mayer, Outer Guard; Laz Jacoby, Inner Guard; Dave
Dannheisser, Monitor. Mrs. N. Weiland and son, and Emma Simon re-
turned from Cincinnati. Jennie Bodenheimer, of Montgomery, is visiting Sa-
rah J. Kahn. Mrs. D. Kugelman and Mrs. Davis and family returned from
Montgomery. Sallie Bear is in "Bearville." Julius Heinberg and Archie Rosen-
stein are convalescing.

1897/08/12; Pensacola; p. 3:2
Gertrude Solomon, of Mobile, is in Pensacola with Mrs. Harry Cashman.

1897/08/19; Pensacola; p. 3:5
Rosa Guttman, of New Orleans, is visiting Miss R. Goldstuker. Meta
Rosenau entertained the Young Ladies' Whist Club at Mrs. Morris Bear's.
Prizes went to Pauline Raphael, Mamie Aschaffenberg and Minnye


Hirschman. Lillie Solomon, of Mobile, is visiting Mrs. H. Cashman. Jennie
Bodenheimer, of Montgomery, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. Gerson. The
Progress Club gave an excursion. Mrs. Morris Bear entertained in honor of
Meta Rosenau and Jennie Bodenheimer, of Montgomery. Prizes went to
Edna Greenhut and Sol Kahn. Miss Mel Levy returned from Montgomery. I.
Bear and Mrs. Bloom, of New Orleans, visited Mrs. E. Levy.

1897/08/19; Florida; p. 3:4
C. H. Morehouse and wife, of Tampa, are at Hotel Isleworth in Atlantic
City, N.J. Jacob R. Cohn, his wife, and H. H. Diamond, of Tallahassee, are
at the Hotel Koopman in Atlantic City.

1897/09/09; Jacksonville; p. 7:5
Olga Buehler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Buehler, (Columbus, Ga.) is
betrothed to Perez F. Huff (Jacksonville).

1897/09/16; Pensacola; p. 7:6
Leopold Mayer (Pensacola) is engaged to Jennie Bodenheimer
(Montgomery).

1897/09/16; Pensacola; p. 7:1
Describes the inaugural address of Rabbi Wagenheim.

1897/09/16; Pensacola; p. 3:3
Leopold Mayer, of Pensacola, is engaged to Jennie Bodenheimer, of Mont-
gomery. Lillie Amelia Theresa Jacoby, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Jacoby,
of Marianna, died. The funeral was officiated by Rabbi Rev. I.E. Wagen-
heim. The Rabbi gave a lecture at Temple Beth El about religious progress.

1897/09/16; Pensacola; p. 3:1
Lillie Solomon, of Mobile, is visiting Mrs. Harry Cashman in Pensacola.
Mrs. F. Neubrik and Rosa Neubrik [Newbrik], of Mobile, and Mrs. Levy, of
Pensacola, are in Atlanta.

1897/10/07; Jacksonville; p. 3:3
The Misses Fridenberg [Friedenberg], of Jacksonville, are in Baltimore on
their way home from Buena Vista Springs. Miss Fridenberg [Friedenberg]
sang a solo at the services at Bolton Street Temple.

1897/10/14; Pensacola; p. 3:4-5
The Young Ladies' Whist Club was entertained by Eva Forcheimer. Prizes
went to Gertye Hirschman and Pauline Raphael. Theresa Frohlichstein, of
Mobile is visiting P. Stone. Mr. and Mrs. B. Hirschman gave Gertye a party.






ABSTRACTS


Miss Frolichstein and Ike Hirschman sang. Harrie Wagenheim and Mr. [J.]
Menko recited. Lep Mayer returned from a visit to Jennie Bodenheimer in
Montgomery. Congregation Beth El Sunday School was organized by Rabbi
Wagenheim, the principal. Teachers: Sarah Dannheisser, L.B. Hirschman,
Hannah Levy, and Rachel Levy. School Committee: L.B. Hirschman, I. Gu-
genheim, and N.G. Forcheimer. Mr. and Mrs. N. Weiland had an entertain-
ment in honor of Emma Simon, of Cincinnati. Rabbi Wagenheim is praised
for the holiday services at Temple Beth El. Hannah Levy is visiting Mrs.
Edrehi in Marianna.

1897/11/18; Pensacola; p. 7:1
The Hebrew Ladies' Benevolent Association elected officers: Mrs. P. Stone,
Pres.; Mrs. O. Goldstuker, V.P.; Mrs. L [Laz.] Jacoby, Treas.; Mrs. S.A.
Friedman, Sec.

1897/12/02; Tallahassee; p. 6:4
Julius Ball is superintendent of the newly opened Sabbath-School.

1897/12/23; Pensacola; p. 3:6
Alpha Lodge #219, I.O.B.B., entertained at Mr. and Mrs. M. Dannheiser's
[Dannheisser] home. Rabbi I.E. Wagenheim spoke there. Hannah Levy re-
turned from Marianna. Theresa Frolichstein, of Mobile, is visiting Mrs. P.
Stone. Mrs. S. Kahn, Louise, and Sarah returned from Chicago. The Progress
Club entertained and Rev. Wagenheim spoke. Other participants: Mrs. D.
Dannheiser [Dannheisser], Miss R. Goldstuker, Mrs. Sol Cahn, L. B. Hirsch-
man, Theresa Frolichstein [Frohlichstein], Mrs. Ike Hirschman, Sid Kahn,
Gertye Hirschman, Louise Kahn, Eva Forcheimer and Daisy Cohen. Minnie
Steinau, of Louisville, is visiting Mrs. Morris Bear. Lep Mayer and bride re-
turned. The Progress Club will hold a ball. Edna Greenhut returned from
Birmingham. The Young Ladies' Whist Club met at the Misses Hirschman's,
the next meeting will be at Louise Kahn's. Prizes went to Gertye Hirschman,
Theresa Frolichstein and Sarah Levy. Mrs. Julius Heinberg and Mollie El-
dodt will visit Mr. and Mrs. R. Fries in Birmingham. Mr. and Mrs. J. Haute-
man will give a party for Mollie Eldodt. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bear had a
party for Minnie Steinau. Alice Levy is recuperating.

1897/12/23; Tampa; p. 7:4
A.S. Asher (Tampa) is betrothed to Bessie Hart (Jackson, Miss.).

1897/12/30; Jacksonville; p. 6:4
The Jewish Woman's League put on a play. Flora Fridenberg [Friedenberg]
sang and Abe Pollak recited. The credit goes to the Amusement Committee:
Mrs. Philip Walter, Mrs. A.K. Leon and Mrs. Abe Zacharias.


1898/01/06; Dunnllon; p. 7:5
Maurice Strauss (Dunnellon, Fla.) is engaged to Miss Helen, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Gottlieb (Cincinnati).

1898/01/06; Dunnellon; p. 6:2
Helen Gottlieb, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gottlieb, is engaged to Mau-
rice Strauss, of Dunnellon, Fla.

1898/01/06; Tampa; p. 3:4
Mrs. Lee Hart, Mrs. Isydore Armer and Mrs. Eugene Strauss gave a party in
Jackson, Miss. in honor of Bessie Hart and A.S. Asher, both of Tampa.

1898/01/27; Pensacola; p. 3:6
Temple Beth El put on a Chanukah festival. The Sunday School children
performed. Rev. Wagenheim gave gifts to the teachers: Sarah Dannheiser
[Dannheisser], L.B. Hirschman, Hannah and Rachel Levy. The Progress
Club gave its opening ball. The march was led by Mr. and Mrs. Lep Mayer.
The Young Ladies' Aid Society elected officers: Sarah Levy, Pres.; Minnye
Hirschman, V.P.; Sarah Dannheiser, Treas.; Gertie Hirschman, Sec. Celeste
Steinhart of Greenville, Ala. is visiting Edna Greenhut. Amelia Brown, of
Vicksburg, Miss., is visiting Mrs. Nat Weiland. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rosenau
gave a german in honor of Dave Rosenau, of Athens, Ga. It was led by Miss
Rosenau and Dave Rosenau. Maude Menko, of Atlanta, is visiting Julius
Menko. Annie Lang and Aaron Herskowitz were married by Rev. Wagen-
heim at Temple Beth El. Participants: Francis Goldstuker, Nathan
Forcheimer, L.B. Hirschman, Jake Levy, Ed Forcheimer, Max Meyerson, Ed
Goldstuker. Alpha Lodge #219, I.O.B.B., initiated new members. Mr. A.
Marks, Grand Treasurer of District 7 attended. Officers were elected: Sol
Cahn, Pres.; Ike Hirschman, V.P.; Lep Mayer, Treas.; L.B. Hirschman, Sec.;
Max L. Kahn, Delegate to convention; 0. Goldstuker, Alternate. Speakers in-
cluded: A.A. Marks, Sol Cahn, Rev. Wagenheim and O. Goldstuker. A. L.
Rosenstien is in Birmingham. Mrs. N. Weiland entertained in honor of Miss
Brown, of Vicksburg, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Menko gave a party for
Maude Menko, of Atlanta. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bear gave a "sociable" for
Minnie Steinau, of Louisville. Edna Greenhut gave a "sociable" for Celeste
Steinhart, of Greenville, Ala.

1898/03/10; Pensacola; p. 2:6
Edna Greenhut gave a "sociable" for Celeste Steinhart, of Greenville, Ala.
Cora Goldstuker and Nathan Forcheimer won prizes. Alpha Lodge #219,
I.O.B.B., entertained. The Young Ladies' Whist Club met at Mrs. Weiland's
in honor of Miss Brown, of Vicksburg, Tenn. Minnie Steinau, Alice Levy
and Minnye Hirschman won prizes. The Young Ladies' Sewing Society met
at Miss Hirschman's. The next meeting will be at Louise Kahn's.






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1898/03/24; Pensacola; p. 3:7
Rabbi Wagenheim held memorial services for the dead of the battleship
"Maine" in Havana harbor. Vocalists included Mrs. Sol Cahn, Miss E. Ro-
senstein and RE.L. Cresap.

1898/03/31; Jacksonville; p. 7:4
H.E. Schoenfeld, of Jacksonville, is at Hotel Koopman in Atlantic City, N.J.

1898/04/21; Pensacola; p. 6:5
Rabbi Wagenheim spoke at the dedication of a Universalist church. He also
transmitted a donation from Temple Beth El.

1898/04/28; Pensacola; p. 7:5
Mrs. Morris Bear entertained in honor of Minnie Steinau, of Louisville.
Prizes went to Sarah Levy, Ike Hirschman, Mrs. [Sam?] Isaacs and Ed Gold-
stuker. Dena Holzer visited Edna Greenhut and Mrs. Sam Rosenau. Yetta El-
bert, of Greenville visited Mrs. Dave Dannheiser [Dannheisser]. The Progress
Club gave a ball. The march was led by Ike Hirschman and Minnie Steinau.
The Young Ladies' Whist Club was entertained by Morris Bear in honor of
Minnie Steinau. Prizes went to Hannah Levy and Mel Levy.

1898/05/05; Pensacola; p. 2:4
Mr. and Mrs. C.J. Heinberg gave a surprise party for their daughter Sarah.

1898/05/26; Pensacola; p. 7:4
Max Schaeffer, alias Dr. M. Lightfoot, who killed McMayon in Tallahassee,
was found not guilty. Julius Diamond, of Pensacola, assisted Schaeffer to
prove his innocence.

1898/06/02; Pensacola; p. 3:6-7
Describes confirmation at Temple Beth El. Confirmants: Mollie Kahn, Min-
nie Goldstein, Paula Lang, Rudolph Flashner and Joe Gugenheim. Rabbi I.E.
Wagenheim officiated. Performers and participants of the service: Mrs. J.M.
Flinn, Ed Goldstuker, B. Fairchild, Mrs. Sol Kahn, Louise Kahn, Esther Ro-
senstein, Ike Hirschman, Archie Rosenstein, Leopold Mayer, M. Cresap, Mr.
Craven, and Mr. Calder.

1898/06/02; Pensacola; p. 2:5-6
Harry Kahn, of Baltimore, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Kahn. Amelia
Brown, of Vicksburg, Miss., visited Mrs. Nat Weiland. Mrs. Jacob Kahn is
convalescing. MaxJ. Heinberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. C.J. Heinberg, who is in
Tampa with the Pensacola State Troops was promoted to sergeant. Minnie
Steinau, of Louisville, Ky., will leave Mrs. Morris Bear's to return home. L.B.
Hirschman, delegate of Gulf Lodge #23, National Fraternity, will go to


Rome, Ga., for a convention of the Board of Control. Temple Beth El confirm
nation includes: Mollie Kahn, Paula Lang, Minnie Goldstein, Rudolph
Flashner and Joe Gugenheim. Rev. I. Wagenheim will officiate. The Progres
Literary Club will give a drama with proceeds going to Temple Beth El. Cast:
I. Hirschman, Eddie Forcheimer, L B. Hirschman, Max L Bear, MaN L
Kahn, Dave Levy, Edna Greenhut, Francis Goldstuker, Sarah L. Kahn, an
Gertrude Hirschman.

1898/06/09; Ocala; p. 6:2
Maurice Strauss, of Ocala, and Helen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gott
lieb, were married in Cincinnati. Dr. [David] Philipson officiated.

1898/06/23; Jacksonville; p. 1:5
The synagogue in Jacksonville had many soldiers reciting the Kaddish prayer
at services.

1898/07/07; Tampa; p. 6:5
Mr. Stroller writes to tell of the work of Dr. Jos. Krauskopf of Congregatio
Keneseth Israel, Philadelphia, and Rev. Dr. Henry C. McCook. They ar
Special Field Commissioners for the National Relief Commission. He tells o0
the help they've given to soldiers. Dr. Krauskopf went to Key West. They
came from Camp Alger and continue at Camp Thomas and Fort McPhersor"
Private Fred P. Nicholas, of N.Y., who was struck by lightning, was ecr.
balmed and his remains sent home by commission funds. The Philadelphia
boys are all safe: Abe Michael, Gus Schlachter, Benjamin Lester and Ale
Weinburger.

1898/07/07; Pensacola; p. 3:7
Jeanette Mayer died.

1898/07/07; Tallahassee; p. 2:3 of
Mrs. R. S. Williams and Mr. and Mrs. J. Hirschberg and family,
Tallahassee, are at Hotel Koopman in Atlantic City, N. J.

1898/07/14; Tallahassee; p. 2:4
J. Hirschberg, of Tallahassee, is at Hotel Koopman in Atlantic City, N.J.

1898/07/21; Pensacola; p. 6:4
Max G. Weinberg [Max J. Heinberg], son of Mr. and Mrs. C.G. Weif lbc
[C.J. Heinberg], of Pensacola, is serving in the army in Co. H, 1st Flor'
Volunteers. He is in Tampa awaiting orders.

1898/08/11; Pensacola; p. 6:4e
Temple Beth El Congregation re-elected Rabbi I. E. Wagenheim for ano'er
year.









1898/08/18; Pensacola; p. 2:3
Alpha Lodge #219, I.O.B.B., of Temple Beth El elected officers: Isaac
Hirschman, Pres.; Leopold Mayer, V.P.; A.G. Forcheimer, Treas.; LB.
Hirschman, Sec.; A. Lischkoff, Outer Guard; Dave Levy, Inner Guard. Alice
Mayer, of Mobile, visited Eva Forcheimer and Edna Greenhut. Rev. Wagen-
heim returned from Huntsville, Ala. Joe Roth returned from Atlanta. Ger-
trude Hirschman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. Hirschman, left for Louisia-
na. Chas Sackman, of Alexandria, La. is visiting the Hirschman family. Mrs.
Dave Edrehi and Hannah Levy left for Marianna. Simon Baum of Lakeland,
La. returned home. Theresa Frohlichstein, of Mobile, is visiting Mrs. P.
Stone. Ed Forcheimer returned from New Orleans. Melville Bodenheimer, of
Montgomery visited Mr. and Mrs. Lep Mayer. The Young Ladies' Whist
Club was entertained by Miss Goldstuker. Mr. and Mrs. V.J. Vidal will go to
Chicago. Sallie Bear and Francis Goldstuker are in "Baerville." Sergeant Max
J. Heinberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. C.J. Heinberg, left for Fernandina, Fl. Mr.
Ike Hirschman is in Monroe, La., where he will make his home.

1898/09/01; Pensacola; p. 3:7
Louis Friedman, of Pensacola, visited Florence, Ala. on his way to N.Y.

1898/09/08; Ocala; p. 6:2
Ida Pinkussohn (Cincinnati) is engaged to Simon Benjamin (Ocala).

1898/09/15; Tampa; p. 3:2
Thekia Straus, of Cincinnati's Kaufman, Straus and Co., married Fred Wolf,
of Tampa. The couple will live in Tampa.

1898/09/22; Gainesville; p. 3:7
J. Manasse, of Gainesville, asks the Jewish people to pray for Captain Drey-
fus, so that he will be given a new, fair trial.

1898/10/06; Jacksonville; p. 3:2
Mr. and Mrs. S.L. Hahn, of Mobile, returned from a visit to their son Moses
in Jacksonville.

1898/10/27; Pensacola; p. 3:5-6
The Progressive Club will give a ball. Theresa Frohlichstein returned to Mo-
bile after a visit with Mrs. P. Stone. Mrs. Morris Bear and daughter are in
Chattanooga. Mrs. Albert Goldsmith and children, of N.Y., are visiting Mr.
and Mrs. C. J. Heinberg. Miss Goldsmith will move to Monroe, La. Mrs. Ju-
lius Heinberg is in Cincinnati. Mr. and Mrs. N. Frohlichstein, of Mobile, are
visiting Mrs. P. Stone. J. Hauteman is in N.Y. He'll also go to Santiago,


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Puerto Rico, and Havana. Mrs. Sol Cahn and Louise Kahn returned from
Chicago. Sarah J. Kahn is in Montgomery. Rachel Goldstuker is convalesc-
ing. Eva Forcheimer has recovered, as has Sallie Bear. Sidney P. Levy, of Mo-
bile, visited Mrs. A. Levy. Mrs. Morris Dannheiser [Dannheisser] entertained
the Young Ladies' Whist Club in honor of Lillie and Theresa Frolichstein
[Frohlichstein], of Mobile. Mrs. Nathan Berlin died.

1898/12/08; Pensacola; p. 7:3
Hannah Levy (Pensacola) is betrothed to Julius Hertzfelt (New Orleans).

1898/12/08; Pensacola; p. 2:5-6
The Progress Club had a ball. Cora, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Gold-
stuker, was a debutante. Miss Levy and Miss Frohlichstein, of Mobile, at-
tended. Sarah Levy and Joe Roth are engaged. Mr. and Mrs. L.H. Friedman
have a baby boy. Hannah Levy announced her engagement to Julius Hertz-
felt, of New Orleans, at Mr. and Mrs. L.A. Friedman's. Miss Levy and Miss
Frohlichstein, of Mobile, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. Jacobs. Mr. and Mrs.
H. Cashman have a baby girl. Mrs. H. Rich, of Nashville, is here. The
Progress Club will have a dance for Miss M. Levy, of Mobile. L.B. Hirsch-
man will move to Memphis, Tenn. Mrs. L. Cohen is visiting Mrs. L. Wolf in
Lakeland, La. The Young Ladies' Whist Club was entertained by Daisy Co-
hen. The next meeting will be at Miss M. Hirschman's.

1898/12/15; Pensacola; p. 2:5
Estella [Stella] Falk visited Mrs. Harry Joseph in Nashville and will continue
to her new home in Pensacola.

1898/12/22; Pensacola; p. 7:1
Describes the entertainment by the children of Temple Beth El Sabbath
School on Chanukah, directed by Rabbi Wagenheim, Louise Kahn, and
Hannah Levy.

1899/01/12; Ocala; p. 3:4
Mona Hiller, of Ocala, attended a debutante ball in Nashville, held by Sig-
mund Hirsch.

1899/02/16; Pensacola; p. 3:6-7
Describes the wedding of Sarah, daughter of Mrs. E. Levy, to Joe Roth. Miss
Ray and Eddie Goldstuker sang. Rabbi I.E. Wagenheim officiated. Sarah's
sister and Jake Levy participated. Sallie Bear is engaged to Harry Kahn.
Theresa Frohlichstein returned to Mobile. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Kugelman
have a son. Rega Frank, Toledo, visited Miss Kahn. Hannah Levy enter-






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stained. Prizes went to Eva Forcheimer, Sarah J. Kahn and Minnie Hirsch-
man. The next meeting will be at Daisy Cohen's. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rosenau
have a baby boy. Ike Hirschman returned from Monroe, La. Mrs. H. Baer
and Mrs. Blum, of New Orleans, who came for the Levy-Roth wedding are
staying with Mrs. E. Levy. Eva Forcheimer entertained. Mrs. Dave Bear is
convalescing. Sallie Bear and Rachel Goldstuker will go to New Orleans. The
Young Ladies' Aid Society elected officers: Eva Forcheimer, Pres.; Francis
Goldstuker, V.P.; Eunice Kahn, Sec.; Sarah Dannheiser [Dannheisser],
Treas.

1899/02/16; Pensacola; p. 3:2
Mrs. Bear went to Nashville because of the death of Lee Rosenau, her father.

1899/03/02; Pensacola; p. 3:7
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Roth were given a reception. Sallie Bear and Ray
Goldstuker returned from New Orleans with Gussye Weil, ofWeil, La. Rena
Hessbrik, of Mobile, is visiting Mrs. A. Levy. The Purim Ball was successful.
Visitors included: Mrs. J. Fox, Mrs. Duque, Mrs. L. Falk, Mr. S. Israel, M.
Mayer, G. Straus and Dave Meyers.

1899/03/02; Pensacola; p. 3:1
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. M. Falk, of Pensacola, visited Nashville en route to St.
Louis.

1899/03/09; Jacksonville; p. 7:2
Katie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H.P. Fridenberg [Friedenberg], of Jackson-
ville, is betrothed to Adolph Rosenthal, of Augusta, Ga.

1899/03/16; Pensacola; p. 7:2
C.J. Heinberg died in New Orleans. The funeral was conducted by Rabbi I.J.
[I.E.] Wagenheim in Pensacola. Pall bearers: J.S. Leonard, L. Hilton Greene,
John C. Avery, P. Stone, Jas. McHugh and Sol Cahn. The K. of P. [Knights
of Pythias] lodges attended.

1899103/16; Jacksonville; p. 7:2
Rev. Bernard Rabbino, past rabbi of the congregation at Jacksonville, re-
signed from the ministry and entered law. He is now in N.Y.

1899/04/13; Pensacola; p. 7:5
Describes the wedding of Sallie Bear to Mr. [Harry] Kahn. Rev. I.E. Wagen-
heim officiated. Participants: Ed Forcheimer, Herman Greenhut, Sidney
Kahn, Samuel Kahn, Jacob Bear, Mrs. Samuel Rosenau, Lazar Kahn, Max J.
Kahn, Francis Goldstuker, Sarah J. Kahn, Max L. Bear, Philip Klein, Gertie


Solomon of Mobile, Louise Kahn, Max L Kahn, and Alex J. Kahn. The re-
ception was at the Progress Club.

1899/04/13; Jacksonville; p. 7:2
Adolph Rosenthal will marry Katie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H.P. Fride
berg [Friedenberg], at Temple Ahavath Chesed in Jacksonville.

1899/04/20; Jacksonville; p. 7:2
Rabbi Herman J. Elkin, of Augusta, Ga., will officiate at the Rosentl
[Adolph]-Fridenberg [Friedenberg Katie] wedding in Jacksonville.

1899/05/11; Pensacola; p. 3:6
Minnie Levy (Mobile, Ala.) is engaged to D. Levy (Pensacola).

1899/05/18; Jacksonville; p. 7:2
The Jewish community in Jacksonville is planning to build a new synagogue"

1899/05/18; Jacksonville; p. 3:5 y
Mrs. Philip Walter hosted the Jewish Woman's League meeting. They
planned an entertainment night to raise funds for the Jewish cemetery.

1899/06/08; Pensacola; p. 3:1 r
Belle Rosenau, formerly of Ky., now of New Orleans, is engaged to Max er
[Bear], of Pensacola.

1899/06/15; Pensacola; p. 7:6
Max L. Bear (Pensacola) is betrothed to Belle Rosenau (Louisville, Ky.).

1899/06/22; Jacksonville; p. 7:4
Mr. and Mrs. H.P. Fridenberg [Friedenberg] (Jacksonville) announced he
engagement of Ida to M.H. Hirsch (Boston).

1899/06/22; Pensacola; p. 3:3
Mrs. L.G. Mayer and son are in Montgomery. Dave Levy will marry Miir~ i
Levy, of Mobile. Max L. Bear is engaged to Belle Rosenau. Dena Holze,
Birmingham, is visiting Edna Greenhut. Rachel Levy is engaged to Naltan
Berlin. Mrs. Dave Edrehi, of Marianna, visited. Mrs. Dave Bear, wife of Mr.
Dave Bear, died; her sister is Mrs. C.J. Heinberg. Jennie Levy is convalescia
Joe Sackman, of N.Y., visited the Hirschman family. Gertie Hirschmax i
return from La.

1899/06/22; Jacksonville; p. 2:5
Mr. and Mrs. H.P. Fridenberg [Friedenberg] announced the engagemer of









their daughter, Ida, to M.H. Hirsch, of Boston. Mrs. M. Sabel and son left
for a summer vacation. Mrs. Francis Sylvester will go to N.Y. Tess Cohen
will return to Philadelphia after a visit to Mrs. L Berlack. Mr. and Mrs. Ru-
dolph Grunthal have a baby girl. Mrs. Julius Naumberg and children will go
North. Ella Fridenberg [Friedenberg] is in Augusta, Ga. visiting Mrs. A. Ro-
senthal. The Phoenix Club is expanding.

1899/07/13; Tampa; p. 6:3
The congregation at Tampa is erecting a new temple.

1899/07/27; Pensacola; p. 3:3
Alpha Lodge #219, I.O.B.B., celebrated its silver anniversary at Temple Beth
El. Rev. I.E. Wagenheim spoke and introduced Bro. D.S. Hausman, of
Montgomery, who also spoke. A banquet was given at the Progress Club. Al-
pha Lodge, #219, elected officers: N.G. Forcheimer, Pres.; Max L. Bear,
V.P.; L.B. Hirschman, Sec.; A. Greenhut, Treas.; Leop. Mayer, Monitor;
Dave Levy, Outer Guard; Sam Isaacs, Inner Guard. Belle Rouff, of Victoria,
Tx., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Sol Cahn. D.S. Hausman, of Montgomery, is
visiting Mr. and Mrs. D. Dannheiser [Dannheisser].

1899/08/10; Jacksonville; p. 3:1
Julius Kaufman, ofJacksonville, is visiting in New Orleans.

1899/08/10; Pensacola; p. 3:2
Jacob Kahn died of a stroke while visiting Mr. and Mrs. Sol Cahn at Big
Bayou. Rev. I.E. Wagenheim conducted the funeral. He leaves a wife and
eight children.

1899/08/10; Pensacola; p. 2:5
Mrs. Sarah and Florence Heinberg, of Pensacola, are visiting Mrs. M. Light-
man, of Huntsville, Ala.

1899/08/17; Jacksonville; p. 7:7
Emil Bernstein (Baltimore) is betrothed to Clara J. Walter (Jacksonville).

1899/08/17; Jacksonville; p. 2:1
Emil Bernstein (Baltimore) is engaged to Clara J. Walter (Jacksonville).

1899/08/24; Tampa; p. 5:7
There was a ceremonial cornerstone-laying of the new synagogue in Tampa.

1899/08/31; Tampa; p. 6:4
The cornerstone for the new synagogue was laid by Herman Glogowski. He


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was introduced by M. Henry Cohen. Dr. L.S. Oppenheimer delivered the
masonic address.

1899/08/31; Pensacola; p. 3:3
A. Greenhut announced the engagement of their daughter, Edna, to Max J.
Kahn. Stella Rosenau is visiting Mrs. Maurice Bear. Helena Levy, of Mobile,
visited Mrs. Dave Levy. Miss Uriel Levy is entertaining Mollie Abrams, of
Montgomery, Ala. Theresa Frolichstein [Frohlichstein] visited Eva Forcheim-
er. Sarah and Florence Heinberg returned from Huntsville, Ala. Mrs. A. Ro-
senstein and Mrs. Joe Coleman are in White Sulphur Springs. Mrs. Dave
Levy and Alice Levy visited in Mobile. Cora Goldstucker [Goldstuker] is in
New Orleans. Belle Rouffis visiting Mr. and Mrs. Saul Kahn. The Young La-
dies' Euchre Club will meet at Eva Forcheimer's. Mr. and Mrs. G.M. Cohen
will move to a new home. Mrs. S. Simms, Mrs. Nat Weiland, and Mrs. Max
Eddlestein are in Cincinnati. Dave Edrehi, of Marianna, is visiting Mrs. Sam
Friedman. Sam Lightman left for Huntsville, Ala.

1899/08/31; Pensacola; p. 3:2
Mrs. Lee Rosenau (Nashville) visited Mr. and Mrs. Emile Fleischaker. She
will move to Pensacola.

1899/08/31; Pensacola; p. 2:5
Rabbi I.E. Wagenheim, of Pensacola, visited Huntsville, Ala.

1899/08/31; Pensacola; p. 2:4
Gertrude Friedman, of Pensacola, is visiting Mrs. HarryJoseph in Nashville.

1899/09/21; Pensacola; p. 3:2
Mrs. Wagenheim and children returned from Huntsville, Ala.

1899/09/28; Ocala; p. 7:3
Milly Moyses (Chattanooga, Tenn.) is betrothed to Abram Brown (Ocala,
Fl.).

1899/10/05; Pensacola; p. 3:4
Describes the holiday sermons of Rabbi I.E. Wagenheim, including one
about Capt. Alfred Dreyfus. Mr. and Mrs. L. Weiland and Nettie Wolf re-
turned from Cincinnati. Belle Rouffwill return to Texas after a visit with Mr.
and Mrs. Sol Cahn. The Progress Club had a dance. The Young Ladies' Eu-
chre Club met at Eva Forcheimer's. Prizes went to Mel Levy, Gertie Hirsch-
man and Minnie Hirschman. Miss Goldstuker will hold the next meeting.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Friedman entertained in honor of Stella Falk. Mrs. I.E.
Wagenheim and family returned from Huntsville, Ala. Mr. and Mrs. B.
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1899/10/05; Pensacola; p. 3:2
Belle Rosenau (Louisville) will marry Max Baer [Bear] (Pensacola) in
Louisville.

1899/10/26; Pensacola; p. 3:5
A. Greenhut is engaged to Eva Forcheimer. Mr. and Mrs. G.M. Cohen were
given a house-warming. Sarah Dannheiser [Dannheisser] entertained the
Young Ladies' Euchre Club. Prizes went to Gertye Hirschman and Mel Levy.
Max L Kahn and Jake Bear returned from Louisville and the [Max] Bear-
[Belle] Rosenau wedding. Edna Earl Greenhut will marry Max J. Kahn at
Temple Beth El. Mrs. I. Heinberg and family, of Monroe, La., and Minnie
Sackman will visit Mr. and. Mrs. Hirschman. Miss Hirschman entertained.
Mrs. Morris Dannheiser [Dannheisser] won the whist prize at the Progress
Club.

1899/11/02; Jacksonville; p. 7:5
Essye Ritzewoller (Jacksonville) is engaged to Irving C. Isaacs (Chicago)

1899/11/16; Pensacola; p. 3:7
The wedding of Max J. Kahn to Edna Earl Greenhut took place at Temple
Beth El. Participants: A. Greenhut, Rev. I.E. Wagenheim, Eva Forcheimer,
Max L. Kahn, H. Greenhut, J. Bear, M.J. Heinberg, Sid Kahn, Maxie and
Phil Klein, Sam Kahn and Leon Gundersheimer. Mr. and Mrs. Kahn went to
St. Louis. At their reception were Mr. and Mrs. Steinhart of Greenville, Ala.;
Mrs. I. Heinberg, Monroe, La.; Minnie Sackman, Alexandria, La.; Miss
Wolf, Cincinnati; Mrs. Linton and daughter of Greenville. A reception was
given to Mr. and Mrs. Max L. Bear at the Progress Club. The Misses Hirsch-
man entertained the Young Ladies' Euchre Club. Prizes went to Sarah L.
Kahn, Theresa Frolichstein [Frohlichstein] and Gertye Hirschman and E.
Forcheimer. Rev. and Mrs. I.E. Wagenheim's son, Harry, will become Bar
Mitzvah. A. Greenhut and Eva Forcheimer were married. Mrs. I. Heinberg
and Minnie Sackman are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hirschman.

1900/01/11; Pensacola; p. 7:5
Mrs. Julia Felsenthal (Louisville, Ky.) announces engagement of her daugh-
ter, Gertrude, to Max L. Kahn (Pensacola).

1900/01/18; Pensacola; p. 7:3
Gertrude Felsenthal (Louisville, Ky.) is engaged to Max L. Kahn (Pensacola).
Mr. and Mrs. B. Hirschman, of Pensacola, announce the engagement of their
daughter, Gertie, to Herman Goldsmith, of Monroe, La.


1900/01/25; Jacksonville; p. 2:7
Ahavath Chesed seeks an American-born minister for a congregation using
"Minhag America" prayerbook. Inquiries to A. Zacharias.

1900/02/15; Pensacola; p. 2:3-4
Alpha Lodge #219, I.O.B.B., elected officers: Max L. Bear, Pres.; A. Lischi
koff, V.P.; LB. Hirschman, Sec.; A. Greenhut, Treas.; Rev. I.E. Wagenhei '
Guardien; Ed Goldstuker, Warden; N.G. Forcheimer, Monitor. Mrs. Lzzie
Rosenau, of Louisville, is visiting Mrs. Max Bear. Lillie Cohen, of San At"o
nio, is visiting Daisy Cohen. Mrs. L. Rosebbau won the first prize for the
Progress Club. Mrs. Baum, of Lakeland, La., returned home. Max L. Kahn'
in New York. He will also visit Miss Felsenthal [Gertrude]. Rev I.E. Wagre
heim gave an interesting sermon Friday. Daisy Cohen entertained in honor
of Lillie Cohen and Ed Forcheimer sang.

1900/02/22; Pensacola; p. 3:4
Lillie Cohen, of San Antonio, is visiting Daisy Cohen in Pensacola.

1900/03/08; Pensacola; p. 2:5
Daisy Cohen entertained the Young Ladies' Euchre Club in honor of Lillie
Cohen. Prizes went to Sarah L. Kahn, Louise Kahn and Rai Goldstuker. che
next meeting will be at Sarah Dannheiser's. Mrs. S. Kahn entertained rh
Married Ladies' Euchre Club. The prize went to Mrs. Louis Friedman. Nrs.
B. Gerson will be the next hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kahn have a baby
boy. The young men had a dance at the Progress Club. Minnie Sackman, "
lie Cohen and Nettie Wolf were guests of honor. Sarah Dannheiser won the
whist prize at the Progress Club. Nettie Wolf, who visited Mr. and Mrs-
Weiland, will return home. Mrs. 0. Goldstuker and Hannah Levy are in kar
bama. Mr. and Mrs. Max L. Bear entertained. Mrs. J. Lichten and family ae
in Alabama. Mrs. Louis Freidman is traveling. Owing to illness, Rev. Wagec
heim did not conduct services at Temple Beth El on Friday.

1900/03/11; Key West; p. 7:2
A Jewish congregation has been formed at Key West, Fla. The officers ar
Margolin, Pres.; Phil Faurer, V.P.; H. Lebos, Sec.; Louis Wolfson, Treas.

1900/03/29; Pensacola; p. 7:2-3 d
The children's masquerade ball was arranged by Mrs. Stine, Mrs. Jacoby,
Mrs. Dannheisser. Ike Hirschman, Dave Kugelman, and Miss Dannhcias
also helped. Mrs. Achenhauser and daughter, of Indiana, visited. There v
play at the Progress Club managed by Ike Hirschman. Max L. Bear pla1 .
his graphophone. The Married Ladies' Euchre Club was entertained by I-A-
Sol Cahn. Mrs. Louis Friedman and Mrs. Morris Bear won the prizes.









Ladies' Benevolent Society gave a Purim Ball at the Progress Club. Hannah
Levy returned from Alabama. Mrs. H. Oppenheimer and child, of Alabama,
are visiting Mrs. P. Stine. Theresa Frolichstein [Frohlichstein] is visiting Mrs.
Laz Jacoby. Stella Falk entertained the Young Ladies' Euchre Club. Sarah J.
Kahn, Minnie Sackman, Pauline Rhefield and Mel Levy won the prizes. Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Bear held a surprise party for Stella and Meta Rosenau.

1900/04/19; Tampa; p. 7:1
The Tampa Jewish community has been growing and is now considering hir-
ing a Rabbi.

1900/04/19; Pensacola; p. 3:2
Gertrude Felsenthal, daughter of Mrs. John Felsenthal, of Louisville, Ky., will
marry Max Kahn, of Pensacola.

1900/04/26; Pensacola; p. 2:5
David Dannheiser [Dannheisser] of Alpha Lodge #219, in Pensacola, was a
delegate to the 27th annual convention of District Grand Lodge No. 7,
I.O.B.B.

1900/05/03; Pensacola; p. 3:2
Stella Falk, of Pensacola, is visiting Mrs. J.M. Lewis, of Louisville, Ky.

1900/05/10; Jacksonville; p. 2:5
Clara Walter married Emil Bernstein, of Baltimore. Pauline Zacharias mar-
ried Max Oberdorfer, both of Jacksonville. At Mr. and Mrs. H.P. Friden-
burg's [Friedenberg], Ida Fridenburg [Friedenberg] married Manassah Harry
Hirsch, of Boston. Rabbi Edwin A. Landau, of Georgia, officiated. Mr. and
Mrs. A.K. Leon are entertaining Mrs. Otlinger [Ottinger] and daughter of
Quincy. Mrs. Leroy Walter returned. Florence Hoflin, who visited Mrs. M.
Sabel, returned to Georgia. Mrs. Marcus Endel, of Gainesville, is visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Burkheim. Sadie Kaufman will summer in N.Y. Max Meyerson is
in Philadelphia for medical treatment. Irma Ruth Kaufman is engaged to Isi-
dore Zacharias. Mrs. Philip Halle died.

1900/05/10; Pensacola; p. 3:5-6
Memorial services were held at Temple Beth El for Rev. Isaac M. Wise. Rev.
Isaac E. Wagenheim spoke. Sarah Heinberg, daughter of Mrs. C.J. Heinberg,
is in Ky. Minnie Sackman, who visited the Hirschman family, returned to
La. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bear have a baby boy. Newman Goldring is be-
trothed to Francis Goldstuker. Stella Falk is in Ky. Mrs. Sol Cahn and chil-
dren will go to Ky. for the Felsenthal [Gertrude]-Kahn [Max] wedding. Miss
Goldstuker entertained the Young Ladies' Euchre Club. Frands Goldstuker


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took the prize. Gertie Hirschman will be the next hostess. Miss Hirschman
entertained the Cinod. Euchre was played. Sarah Dannheiser [Dannheisser],
Mollie Eldodt and Earnest Wendel won prizes.

1900/05/24; Pensacola; p. 2:6
Mr. and Mrs. Max L. Kahn will return from their bridal trip. After a short
visit to Mrs. Julia Felsenthal, of Ky., they will move to Pensacola.

1900/05/31; Jacksonville; p. 7:2
Ida Fridenburg [Friedenberg], of Jacksonville, married Mr. Manassah Harry
Hirsch of Boston at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H.P. Fridenburg [Frieden-
berg]. Rabbi Edwin A. Landau, of Albany, Ga., performed the ceremony.
The bridal trip will include Washington and Niagara Falls.

1900/06/07; Pensacola; p. 6:2
L. Danheiser [Dannheisser], of Pensacola, is visiting Cincinnati.

1900/06/07; Pensacola; p. 2:4-5
Alpha Lodge #219, I.O.B.B., entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M.B.
Dannheiser [Dannheisser]. Max L. Bear was master of ceremonies. Mr. and
Mrs. Alex L. Kahn, of N.Y., visited Mr. and Mrs. Max L. Bear. They took a
cruise with S. Kahn, Mrs. L. Rosenau, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Cahn, E.C. Selig-
man, of Cincinnati, S. Rosenau and Jacob Bear. Beth El congregation re-
elected Rev. Wagenheim. Max L. Kahn and bride will soon return. The fol-
lowing will be confirmed by Rev. Wagenheim: Lillian Jacoby, Florence Hein-
berg, Annie Geismar, Leo Lichten, Harry Wagenheim and Jas L. Jacoby.

1900/06/07; Tampa; p. 3:3
Morris Wolf, of Tampa, formerly of Louisville, Ky., is visiting friends and
relatives there.

1900/06/14; Pensacola; p. 6:5
Rabbi I.E. Wagenheim was re-elected for the fourth consecutive year at
Temple Beth El in Pensacola.

1900/06/14; Jacksonville; p. 6:4
Jacob S. Raisin, who recently graduated from the Hebrew Union College,
will go to Jacksonville.

1900/06/14; Florida; p. 6:2
Mrs. Helen Strauss (nee Gottlieb) and son, and her sister, Miss Bertie, all
from Florida, are visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. Gottlieb, in
Cincinnati.







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1900/06/21; Jacksonville; p. 2:4-5
Essye Ritzewoller married Irving C. Isaacs, of Chicago. Josephine Ritzewoller
was maid of honor. The couple will settle in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. L
Furchgott and daughters will go to N.Y. Mrs. P. Walter is visiting her daugh-
ter, Mrs. Emil Bernstein, in Baltimore. Mrs. H. Friedenberg has returned
from Augusta. Gussie remained for a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. C.M. Isaacs
who were visiting Mrs. T. Ritzewoller returned to Chicago. The Jewish
Woman's League gave a children's carnival at the Phoenix Club. Ida Herzog
is in S.C. visiting Mrs. A. Greenfield.

1900/07/12; Pensacola; p. 2:5-6
Alpha Lodge #219, I.O.B.B., elected officers: A. Lischkoff, Pres.; Rev. I.E.
Wagenheim, V.P.; L.B. Hirschman, Sec.; Max J. Heinberg, Treas.; Julius
Menko, Warden; N. Zung, Guardian. Mrs. B. Rosenau and daughter re-
turned from Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Max Bear and mother, Mrs. L. Rosen-
au moved to Bearville for the summer. Minnie Hirschman is engaged to
Henry Rosenblum, of Monroe, La. Gertrude Hirschman will marry Herman
Goldsmith, also of Monroe, La. Both weddings will be held at the Progress
Club. Francis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Goldstuker, married Newman
Goldring at Temple Beth El with Rev. I.E. Wagenheim officiating. The re-
ception was at the Progress Club. Stella and Meta Rosenau entertained at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bear.

1900/07/12; Pensacola; p. 3:2
Estella [Stella] Falk (Pensacola) is in Louisville visiting Mrs. J.M. Lewis.

1900/08/16; Pensacola; p. 3:4
Mrs. Max Kahn, of Pensacola, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Julia Felsenthal, in
Louisville, Ky.

1900/08/30; Pensacola; p. 2:6
Mrs. Max L. Kahn (nee Felsenthal) is in Louisville, Ky. Ernest Simon of Cin-
cinnati visited Mrs. N. Weiland. Bessie Stem and Amelia Shulman, of Mont-
gomery, Ala., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. Moog at Big Bayou. Mrs. Sol
Cahn and family will return soon. Theresa Stone is visiting Theresa Frohlich-
stein in Mobile. Wm. Rosenau returned. Flora Lehman and Yetta Elbert, of
Greenville, are visiting Mrs. Jos. Lichten. Mr. and Mrs. B. Gerson are in
N.Y. Mrs. Jacob Kahn and daughters are at Lookout Mountain. Maude
Brown, of Vicksburg, is visiting Mrs. N. Weiland. Minnie C. Hirschman re-
turned. Tillie Levy, of Mobile, visited Mrs. D. Levy. Louis Friedman re-
turned from N.Y. Mrs. E. Levy is convalescing. Mrs. Simon, mother of Mrs.
S. Kahn and Mrs. L. Cohen, of Pensacola, and of Mrs. Julia Baum, of Lake-
land, La., died. Rev. I.E. Wagenheim officiated at her funeral. Mrs. L. Rosen-


au and Stella and Meta will move to Louisville. Louise Kahn will return from
Louisville. Mrs. S. Kahn and Sarah returned from Galbraith Springs because
of the death of Mrs. Simon. Mr. and Mrs. Max Kahn have a baby girl.

1900/09/13; Jacksonville; p. 4:5
Rev. D.H. Wittenberg of Toronto has accepted a position in Jacksonvill. e
is a graduate of the N.Y. Theological Seminary for Orthodox Rabbis
Jacksonville congregation is a reform community. They follow the spirit of
the law rather than the letter. They do not believe in a Messiah. Wittenberg
is the second graduate of the Seminary to accept a reform pulpit. Mr. Eichler
in Philadelphia was first. The author of the article states that this proves that
the school educates hypocrites. Israel Hildesheimer, President of the Or tho
dox Seminary in Berlin, invalidated Dr. Goldschmidt's rabbinical license
cause he was sympathetic to reform. The author asks what the Serin1ry
plans to do.

1900/09/16; Jacksonville; p. 6:4
Rev. David H. Wittenberg has been elected Rabbi of the congregation at
Jacksonville, Fl.

1900/09/27; Pensacola; p. 7:2
A double wedding will take place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. 1-lrsc
man. The couples are Minnie Hirschman and Henry Rosenblum; Gerruode
Hirschman and Herman Goldschmidt [Goldsmith].

1900/10/11; Pensacola; p. 2:5 1
Rev. I.E. Wagenheim officiated at the Yom Kippur services. Sarah L. r1ein-
berg, who visited the Misses Blum of Louisville, returned home accomp Fel-
by Carrie Blum. Mr. and Mrs. M.L. Kahn returned from N.Y. with Mrs- el-
senthal. Mrs. Sol Cahn and family returned home. The weddings of Gecr'rule
and Minnie Hirschman to Herman Goldsmith and Henry Rosenblur ll
take place at the Progress Club. Rev. Israel Heinberg will officiate. Guess to
participate: Mrs. B. Sackman and daughter, of Alexandria, Rev. I. Heir~ erg'
Herman Goldsmith, and Henry Rosenblum.

1900/10/25; Quincy; p. 7:4 her
Mrs. Lena Ottinger, of Quincy, Fl., announced the engagement o
daughter, Rosalie Leon to Max Lazarus, of Macon, Ga.

1900/10/25; Pensacola; p. 3:6 to
The double wedding of the Hirschman sisters, Minnie and Gertrucde to
Henry Rosenblum and Herman Goldsmith, respectively, took place a the
Progress Club. Rev. Israel Heinberg of Monroe, La., brother-in-law of the







ABSTRACTS


brides, officiated. Mollie Eldodt was Minnie's maid of honor. LB. Hirsch-
man attended to Mr. Rosenblum. Hannah Hirschman was Gertrude's maid
of honor and I. Hirschman was best man for Mr. Goldsmith. B. Hirschman
was master of ceremonies. Ushers: E. Goldstucker [Goldstuker], A.J. Kahn,
P. Klein and Max Meyerson. Rabbi Heinberg announced the betrothal of
L.B. Hirschman to Mollie Eldodt. Mr. and Mrs. Rosenblum and Mr. and
Mrs. Goldsmith left for a trip. They will live in Monroe, La. Guests included:
Mrs. I. Sackman and Bessie, of Alexandria, La., Clara Blum, of Louisville,
and Rev. I. Heinberg, of Monroe.

1900/11/01; Jacksonville; p. 6:2
Flora Friedenberg, ofJacksonville, is spending the winter in Baltimore, taking
a special course in singing.

1900/11/08; Pensacola; p. 2:4
S. Kahn (Pensacola) and J. Freud (Detroit) visited Mr. and Mrs. S.H. Frank
in Toledo, Ohio.

1900/12/06; Pensacola; p. 3:4
The Ladies Euchre Club has been entertained by Mrs. Sol Cahn, Mrs. Sam
Isaacs, Mrs. L. Mayer, Mollie Eldodt, Sarah J. Kahn, Raye Goldstuker,


Maude Brown and Louise and Sarah Kahn. The Progress Club held a ball.
The March was led by Max L Bear and Mrs. Morris Bear. Sarah L. Hein-
berg, Mollie Kahn, Hannah Hirschman, Alice and Jennie Levy and Evelyn
Franklin were debutantes. Mr. and Mrs. Max L. Bear have a baby girl. Mrs.
Felsenthal and Mrs. Max L. Kahn visited New Orleans. Mr. and Mrs. L.
Mayer have a baby boy. The Heine Concert at Clutter's Hall was successful.
Florence Heinberg, Mollie Kahn, David Cashman, Fred, Simon and Ben
Heinberg participated. Mrs. P. Lightman, of Huntsville, is visiting Mrs. Juli-
us Heinberg. Mrs. L. Cohen returned from a trip. Mrs. Sam Meyer of N.Y. is
visiting Mr. and Mrs. D. Edrehi. Mrs. Harry J. Cashman and Hazel are visit-
ing Mr. and Mrs. Solomon in Mobile. Mrs. C.J. Heinberg entertained in
honor of Mrs. Lightman. The Children's Minstrel, managed by Julius Menke
[Menko], was enjoyable. Maude Brown, who visited Mrs. A. Weiland, will
return home. The Progress Club gave a dance. The society crowd will meet at
Sarah and Louise Kahn's. Mrs. Richard Fries entertained in honor of Carrie
Bloom [Blum] of Ky.

1900/12/13; Pensacola; p. 3:3
Rev. I.E. Wagenheim's two sermons at Temple Beth El, attracted much at-
tention; one was given at the Elks' Memorial.













PERSONAL NAMES INDEX


NAME


Abraham, Jake
Abrahams, Carrie






Abrams, Lulie
Abrams, Mollie

Abt, Charles
Achenhauser, Mrs.
Alberts, P., Mrs.
Alderman, Flora

Altmayer, Jake
Anderson, W.E.
Appel, Sarah
Apple, Ben J.
Armer, Isydore, Mrs.
Arnold, Milton M.
Aschaffenberg, Albert
Aschaffenberg, Lulu








Aschaffenberg, Mamie

Ash, Mrs.
Asher, A.S.

Asher, Deborah


LOCATION DATE
Pensacola 1895/01/31
Pensacola 1894/06/07
1894/06/28
1894/07/12
1894/07/26
1894/11/29
1895/01/31
Jacksonville 1886/10/29
Pensacola 1895/07/25
1899/08/31
Florida 1885/01/30
Pensacola 1900/03/29
Jacksonville 1891/08/13
Pensacola 1896/03/19
1896/04/02
Jacksonville 1886/10/29
Pensacola 1895/09/05
Gainesville 1887/04/08
Jacksonville 1886/10/29
Tampa 1898/01/06
Jacksonville 1895/08/15
Pensacola 1894/08/09
Pensacola 1894/08/02
1894/08/02
1894/08/23
1894/08/30
1894/10/04
1894/10/04
1895/02/21
1895/02/21
Pensacola 1897/06/10
1897/08/19
Jacksonville 1894/04/26
Tampa 1897/12/23
1898/01/06
Tallahassee 1895/10/24


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p. 3:3
p. 3:3
p. 2:2
p. 7:2-3
p. 7:5
p. 3:2
p. 3:3
p. 1:1
p. 3:4
p. 9:3
p. 1:1
p. 3:4
p. 7:6
p. 3:4
p. 3:1
p. 3:5
p. 3:7
p. 3:3
p. 3:4
p. 3:4
p. 3:1
p. 3:2
p. 3:3
p. 3:5
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NAME


Asher, Louise



Ashmead-Brothers
Auer
Avery, John C.
Baer, B.
Baer, B., Mrs.
Baer, B.M.
























Baer, B.M., Mrs.


LOCATION DATE

Pensacola 1896/07/30
1896/11/12
1897/01/21
1897/03/04
Jacksonville 1883/06/15
Pensacola 1897/06/24
Pensacola 1899/03/16
Jacksonville 1883/06/15
Jacksonville 1883/06/15
Jacksonville 1876/04/28
1877/03/02
1882/02/10
1883/03/16
1883/03/23
1883/06/15
1885/01/16
1887/02/25
1887/02/25
1888/01/13
1888/09/21
1888/11/02
1889/01/17
1889/03/14
1889/06/06
1891/08/13
1891/08/13
1891/09/17
1892/04/07
1893/01/19
1893/08/24
1894/03/01
Jacksonville 1883/03/16
1883/03/23
1885/02/06
1887/02/25
1888/01/13


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p. 6:4
p. 6:5
p. 257:1
p. 311:1
p. 314:4
p. 410:1-2
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p. 9:2
p. 8:3-4
p. 8:2-3
p. 5:4-5
p. 2:1-2
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NAME


Baer, B.M., Mrs. (continued)


Baer, Barbey
Baer, Carrie


Baer, Elsie
Baer, Essie









Baer, Estelle
Baer, H., Mrs.
Baer, J.E.








Baer, J.E. (author)



Baer, J.E., Mrs.


LOCATION DATE

Jacksonville 1888/09/21
1888/11/02
1889/01/17
1891/04/16
1891/05/02
1892/10/27
1893/08/24
1893/12/14
Jacksonville 1889/03/14
Jacksonville 1880/03/05
1882/11/03
1882/12/15
Jacksonville 1893/07/06
Jacksonville 1888/09/21
1889/01/17
1891/04/16
1891/08/13
1892/04/07
1893/03/02
1893/05/25
1893/08/24
1894/04/12
Jacksonville 1888/11/02
Pensacola 1899/02/16
Jacksonville 1886/08/06
1888/11/02
1889/01/17
1889/03/14
1892/09/29
1893/01/19
1893/04/27
1893/12/14
Jacksonville 1888/11/02
1889/01/31
1889/02/28
1889/04/11
Jacksonville 1893/04/27
1893/08/24
1893/12/14


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NAME


Baer, Joe



Baer, Katie
Baer, M.
Baer, Mr.


Baer, Mrs.

Baer, Nettie
Baer, Sadie
Baer, Zettie








Ball, Buddie
Ball, J.


Ball, Julius

Ball, Louis

Barbour, Miss
Barker, 'Squire
Barker, Jacob


Barker, Mamie
Barnes, G.O.
Barrand, B.M., Mrs.
Baruch, I.
Baruch, Ike


LOCATION DATE
Jacksonville 1883/06/15
1883/12/21
1891/10/22
St. Augustine 1885/03/06
Jacksonville 1885/02/06
Jacksonville 1886/01/22
Jacksonville 1883/11/23
1887/01/21
1889/02/28
Jacksonville 1880/03/05
1883/11/23
Jacksonville 1885/02/06
Jacksonville 1893/05/25
Jacksonville 1882/12/15
1889/01/17
1889/03/14
1891/04/16
1891/06/25
1891/08/13
1892/06/30
1894/04/12
Jacksonville 1888/09/21
Tallahassee 1878/05/03
1879/05/16
1880/06/26
Tallahassee 1880/04/30
1897/12/02
Jacksonville 1883/06/15
1892/09/29
Jacksonville 1885/01/30
Jacksonville 1885/02/06
Pensacola 1884/02/01
1885/01/16
1885/02/06
Pensacola 1896/09/03
Pensacola 1888/03/30
Jacksonville 1890/11/13
Jacksonville 1894/10/04
Jacksonville 1891/04/16


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NAME


LOCATION DATE


Basch, H.


Bassett, Willie
Bauer, Aaron, Mrs.
Bauer, Abe S.
Bauer, S.
Baum, Julia





Baum, Mrs.

Baum, Pauline


Baum, Simon


Bear, Bertha













Bear, Dave


Bear, Dave, Mrs.


Monticello

Jacksonville
Pensacola
Pensacola
Florida
Pensacola





Pensacola

Pensacola


Pensacola


Pensacola













Pensacola


Pensacola


1882/03/03
1882/06/16
1895/06/27
1888/06/29
1884/07/18
1877/07/20
1891/02/12
1894/07/12
1894/08/09
1896/01/02
1900/08/30
1895/04/11
1900/02/15
1895/04/11
1895/05/23
1896/07/30
1891/02/12
1894/08/09
1898/08/18
1888/06/29
1888/09/21
1894/07/12
1894/07/26
1894/08/02
1894/08/02
1894/08/23
1894/09/06
1894/10/04
1894/11/29
1894/12/06
1894/12/13
1891/02/12
1895/04/11
1899/06/22
1888/01/13
1892/02/11
1895/04/11
1899/02/16
1899/06/22


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p. 3:7
p. 2:6
p. 3:4
p. 2:3-4
p. 3:4
p. 6:6
p. 3:2
p. 5:5
p. 3:4
p. 2:3
p. 9:2
p.8:5
p. 5:6-7
p. 7:5
p. 3:5
p. 3:1
p. 3:7
p. 3:1
p. 3:4
p. 7:2
p. 7:5
p. 3:1
p. 5:5
p. 3:4
p. 3:3
p. 7:4
p. 9:3
p. 3:4
p. 3:6-7
p. 3:3


NAME


Bear, I.
Bear, Jacob



Bear, L., Mrs.
Bear, Lewis









Bear, Louise Bertha
Bear, Max







Bear, Max, Mrs.
Bear, Max L.


LOCATION DATE


Pensacola
Pensacola



Pensacola
Pensacola









Pensacola
Pensacola







Pensacola
Pensacola


1897/08/19
1899/04/13
1899/10/26
1899/11/16
1900/06/07
1892/02/11
1884/02/01
1887/09/16
1894/07/26
1894/10/04
1894/12/06
1895/03/28
1895/05/23
1895/07/04
1895/07/25
1894/06/28
1894/06/28
1894/12/06
1897/04/29
1899/06/08
1899/10/05
1899/10/26
1900/07/12
1900/07/12
1888/06/29
1895/05/23
1895/06/27
1895/07/25
1898/06/02
1899/04/13
1899/06/15
1899/06/22
1899/07/27
1899/10/05
1899/11/16
1900/02/15
1900/03/08
1900/03/29
1900/06/07


PAGE

p. 3:5
p. 7:5
p. 3:5
p. 3:7
p. 2:4-5
p. 9:3
p. 2:1
p. 8:1-2
p. 7:5
p. 3:4
p. 7:5
p. 3:5
p. 6:6
p. 3:5
p. 7:5
p. 3:2
p. 3:2
p. 7:5
p. 3:4
p. 3:1
p. 3:2
p. 3:5
p. 2:5-6
p. 2:5-6
p. 9:2
p. 6:6
p. 8:2
p. 7:5
p. 2:5-6
p. 7:5
p. 7:6
p. 3:3
p. 3:3
p. 3:4
p. 3:7
p. 2:3-4
p. 2:5
p. 7:2-3
p. 2:4-5







Index to Florida Jewish History in the American Israelite


NAME


LOCATION DATE


Bear, Max L. (continued)
Bear, Max L, Mrs.




Bear, Morris















Bear, Morris, Mrs.
















Bear, Mrs.
Bear, Sallie


Pensacola
Pensacola




Pensacola















Pensacola
















Pensacola
Pensacola


1900/12/06
1899/11/16
1900/02/15
1900/03/08
1900/06/07
1900/12/06
1888/09/21
1888/10/12
1894/11/22
1894/12/06
1895/02/07
1895/02/14
1895/06/27
1895/07/25
1897/06/10
1897/12/23
1898/04/28
1900/03/29
1900/05/10
1900/07/12
1896/11/12
1897/03/04
1897/06/10
1897/07/22
1897/08/19
1897/12/23
1898/04/28
1898/06/02
1898/10/27
1899/08/31
1900/03/29
1900/03/29
1900/05/10
1900/07/12
1900/12/06
1899/02/16
1889/12/19
1894/07/12
1894/08/02


PAGE

p. 3:4
p. 3:7
p. 2:3-4
p. 2:5
p. 2:4-5
p. 3:4
p. 8:5
p. 9:4
p. 7:4
p. 7:5
p. 7:6
p. 3:4
p. 8:2
p. 7:5
p. 3:3
p. 3:6
p. 7:5
p. 7:2-3
p. 3:5-6
p. 2:5-6
p. 2:6
p. 6:5
p. 3:3
p. 3:3
p. 3:5
p. 3:6
p. 7:5
p. 2:5-6
p. 3:5-6
p. 3:3
p. 7:2-3
p. 7:2-3
p. 3:5-6
p. 2:5-6
p. 3:4
p. 3:2
p. 3:3
p. 5:6-7
p. 3:5


NAME


Bear, Sallie (continued)



















Becker, J.W.
Beerbridge, J.
Behrens, Frances



Bellisario, M.M.



Belsinger, Mrs.
Benedict, C., Mrs.

Benedict, Charles


LOCATION DATE
Pensacola 1894/08/23
1894/09/06
1894/11/29
1894/12/06
1895/01/31
1895/02/28
1895/03/07
1895/03/28
1896/01/02
1897/03/04
1897/06/10
1897/07/22
1898/08/18
1898/10/27
1899/02/16
1899/02/16
1899/03/02
1899/04/13
Pensacola 1895/08/22
Jacksonville 1883/12/21
Jacksonville 1888/01/13
1888/09/21
1889/01/17
1889/06/06
Jacksonville 1882/02/10
1883/06/15
1883/10/26
1888/10/19
Jacksonville 1889/03/28
Jacksonville 1885/02/06
1887/07/01
Jacksonville 1882/12/15
1883/01/19
1883/03/23
1885/01/16
1885/03/20
1886/01/22
1886/05/07
1887/01/21


PAGE

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p. 3:1
p. 7:2
p. 7:5
p. 3:4
p. 3:2
p. 3:7
p. 3:5
p. 3:7
p. 6:5
p. 3:3
p. 3:3
p. 2:3
p. 3:5-6
p. 3:6-7
p. 3:6-7
p. 3:7
p. 7:5
p. 3:4
p. 2:6
p. 9:2
p. 8:3-4
p. 5:4-5
p. 2:4-5
p. 257:1
p. 410:1-2
p. 3:1-2
p. 6:5
p. 2:3
p. 2:1
p. 6:6-7:1
p. 201:3-5
p. 242:3-5
p. 314:4
p. 2:1
p. 6:4
p. 8:2
p. 5:6
p. 7:1







PERSONAL NAMES INDEX


NAME LOCATION DATE


Benedict, Charles (continued)


Benedict, Mr.
Benedict, Mrs.
Benjamin, Carrie
Benjamin, E.
Benjamin, E., Mrs.
Benjamin, H.
Benjamin, Herr
Benjamin, Miss
Benjamin, S.

Benjamin, Simon

Benjamin, Sol.
Benjamin, T.H.
Benlisa, Samuel

Benson, I.N.


Berg, John E.








Berg, Mr.
Berkowitz, H.


PAGE


Jacksonville 1887/02/25
1889/01/17
1890/11/13
1891/09/17
1892/02/11
1895/06/27
Jacksonville 1886/05/07
Jacksonville 1893/06/15
Jacksonville 1882/12/15
Jacksonville 1883/05/04
Jacksonville 1883/05/04
Jacksonville 1882/11/03
Florida 1885/02/06
Florida 1884/10/17
Jacksonville 1882/02/10
Ocala 1880/03/26
Ocala 1890/10/23
1898/09/08
Jacksonville 1882/09/29
Jacksonville 1882/02/10
Jacksonville 1884/04/18
1896/05/14
Pensacola 1884/06/20
1884/07/18
Tallahassee 1880/06/11
1880/06/26
Florida 1884/10/17
Jacksonville 1882/11/03
1882/12/15
1883/01/19
1883/06/15
1886/08/06
1886/08/06
1890/05/29
Jacksonville 1883/12/21
Pensacola 1884/07/18
1885/01/02
1886/07/02
1888/01/13


p. 2:5
p. 5:4-5
p. 7:3
p. 5:7
p. 4:2-3
p. 7:1-2
p. 5:6
p. 5:7
p. 201:3-5
p. 367:1
p. 367:1
p. 152:3
p. 5:7-6:1
p. 2:1-2
p. 257:1
p. 6:2
p. 2:5
p. 6:2
p. 112:5-6
p. 257:1
p. 4:1
p. 6:5
p. 5:5
p. 2:2
p. 1:2
p. 2:5
p.2:1-2
p. 152:3
p. 201:3-5
p. 242:3-5
p. 410:1-2
p. 6:4-5
p. 6:4-5
p. 1:7
p. 2:6
p. 2:2
p. 7:3
p. 10:1
p. 7:4


NAME
Berlack, Abraham



Berlack, Bertha



Berlack, Esther

Berlack, H.



Berlack, L.
Berlack, L., Mrs.
Berlack, Lena


Berlack, Louis









Berlack, Miss
Berlack, Mr.


Berlack, Mrs.
Berlack, Rosa
Berlack, Sippie



Berlin, Fannie


LOCATION DATE
Jacksonville 1882/12/15
1883/06/15
1883/06/22
1894/03/01
Florida 1884/10/17
Jacksonville 1882/11/03
1882/12/15
1883/12/21
Jacksonville 1882/12/15
1892/04/07
Jacksonville 1885/11/13
1886/01/22
1888/09/21
1894/08/02
Jacksonville 1882/11/03
Jacksonville 1899/06/22
Jacksonville 1882/12/15
1891/09/17
1894/03/01
Florida 1884/10/17
Jacksonville 1883/01/19
1883/06/15
1886/08/06
1889/01/17
1891/09/17
1893/08/24
1897/06/03
1897/06/03
Jacksonville 1880/03/05
Jacksonville 1883/12/21
1887/01/21
1887/05/27
Jacksonville 1887/05/27
Jacksonville 1883/10/26
Jacksonville 1882/12/15
1883/06/15
1883/06/22
1883/12/21
Pensacola 1896/01/02


PAGE
p. 201:3-5
p. 410:1-2
p. 423:1
p. 7:4
p.2:1-2
p. 152:3
p. 201:3-5
p. 2:6
p. 201:3-5
p. 7:1
p. 6:4
p. 8:2
p. 8:3-4
p. 3:4
p. 152:3
p. 2:5
p. 201:3-5
p. 5:7
p. 7:4
p. 2:1-2
p. 242:3-5
p. 410:1-2
p. 6:4-5
p. 5:4-5
p. 5:7
p. 3:4
p. 2:3
p. 7:4
p. 6:3
p. 2:6
p. 7:1
p. 7:2
p. 7:2
p. 3:1-2
p. 201:3-5
p. 410:1-2
p. 423:1
p. 2:6
p. 3:7







Index to Florida Jewish History in the American Israelite


NAME


LOCATION DATE


Berlin, Fannie (continued) Pensacola
Berlin, Nathan Pensacola


Berlin, Nathan, Mrs. Pensacola


Berling, Jacob, Mrs. Pensacola
Bernhard, S. Monticello
Bernhardt, Henry Monticello
Bernhart, H. Monticello
Bernstein, Emil Jacksonville


Bernstein, Emil, Mrs. Jacksonville
Berolzheimer, Bella (Lanferty) Jacksonville
Bewin, Gus, Mrs. Jacksonville
Bewin, Hattie Jacksonville
Bindley, Florence Jacksonville
Bingler Pensacola
Birnbaum, J., Mrs. Apopka
Birnbaum, Mr. Florida
Blimline, Ferdinand M. Milton
Block, Alex Pensacola
Bloom, Mrs. Pensacola
Bloomfield, Max, Mrs. Jacksonville
Bloomfield, Mr. Florida
Bloomfield, Walter Jacksonville
Blum, Carrie Pensacola

Blum, Clara Pensacola
Blum, Lee Pensacola
Blum, Miss Pensacola
Blum, Mrs. Pensacola
Blum, Sarah Jacksonville

Blumenthal, I. Florida
Bodenheimer, Jennie Pensacola


1896/12/17
1895/10/17
1895/12/19
1899/06/22
1894/09/06
1894/10/04
1898/10/27
1886/02/26
1882/06/16
1873/10/31
1882/03/03
1899/08/17
1899/08/17
1900/05/10
1900/06/21
1887/02/25
1891/05/02
1891/05/02
1886/10/29
1895/02/21
1890/10/23
1884/10/17
1860/12/28
1884/03/21
1897/08/19
1887/07/01
1884/10/17
1894/04/12
1900/10/11
1900/12/06
1900/10/25
1885/09/18
1900/10/11
1899/02/16
1893/03/02
1894/04/12
1873/09/26
1894/08/30
1894/10/04


PAGE

p. 8:2-3
p. 2:6
p. 5:7
p. 3:3
p. 3:1
p. 3:4
p. 3:5-6
p. 9:4
p. 407:2
p. 6:5
p. 286:6
p. 2:1
p. 7:7
p. 2:5
p. 2:4-5
p. 2:5
p. 1:6
p. 1:6
p. 1:1
p. 3:2
p. 1:6
p.2:1-2
p. 206:4
p. 2:6
p. 3:5
p. 6:6-7:1
p.2:1-2
p. 3:4-5
p. 2:5
p. 3:4
p. 3:6
p. 6:3
p. 2:5
p. 3:6-7
p. 1:4
p. 3:4-5
p. 3:1
p. 3:3
p. 3:4


NAME

Bodenheimer, Jennie (cont.)




Bodenheimer, Melville
Bohrman, L
Bohrman, Lee

Bounetheau, H.D.
Bowdan, Mr.
Bowers, D.P., Mrs.
Boxhorn, Israel
Brash, Sarah, Mrs.
Brast, Henry
Bren, Lee

Brent, D.G.
Brew, H.E.
Brew, H.E. (author)



Brown, Abram
Brown, Amelia

Brown, Ben
Brown, Bertha
Brown, E., Miss
Brown, Israel

Brown, Jake, Mrs.
Brown, Maude

Brown, Miss


Brown, P., Mrs.
Brown, W.S.


LOCATION DATE


Pensacola




Pensacola
Jacksonville
Jacksonville

Jacksonville
Jacksonville
Jacksonville
Tallahassee
Marianna
Marianna
Jacksonville

Pensacola
Florida
Jacksonville


St. Augustine
Ocala
Pensacola

Tampa
Jacksonville
Tampa
Jacksonville

Ocala
Pensacola

Florida
Jacksonville
Pensacola
Florida
Pensacola


1897/07/22
1897/08/19
1897/09/16
1897/09/16
1897/10/14
1898/08/18
1883/06/22
1883/04/20
1883/06/15
1880/03/05
1887/07/01
1886/10/29
1892/01/14
1894/07/12
1887/11/25
1886/09/03
1888/09/21
1882/10/06
1885/03/20
1885/03/20
1885/05/29
1885/07/03
1885/03/06
1899/09/28
1898/01/27
1898/06/02
1887/07/29
1883/06/15
1887/07/29
1889/01/17
1889/04/04
1897/03/18
1900/08/30
1900/12/06
1884/10/17
1883/10/26
1898/03/10
1884/10/17
1886/07/02


pAGE
3:3
3:5
3:3
7:6
. 3:4-5
. 2:3
p. 423:1
P. 351:2
p p. 1:1-


p. 2

P. 3:1


P"



6:56
P :4


P 3:6
:1-



p. 2 312
P 7-





p 5:4-5
p. 4103:5







F' 10:1
P A

2:6
P 3:4


P 12:
P- :1-2


PI 10:1
P-







PERSONAL NAMES INDEX


NAME
Bucki, Louis
Bucky, Albert












Bucky, Daniel

Bucky, Fred



Bucky, J.
Bucky, J.A.
Bucky, J.B.
Bucky, J.B., Mrs.
Bucky, J.D.













Bucky, J.D., Mrs.


PAGE


LOCATION DATE
Jacksonville 1883/12/21
Jacksonville 1882/12/15
1883/01/19
1883/06/15
1883/06/22
1888/09/21
1888/11/02
1889/01/17
1890/12/25
1891/01/15
1891/04/16
1893/01/19
1893/08/24
Jacksonville 1891/03/12
1891/08/13
Jacksonville 1889/01/17
1890/05/29
1890/09/11
1892/06/30
Jacksonville 1891/09/17
Jacksonville 1891/02/12
Jacksonville 1893/01/19
Jacksonville 1893/01/19
Jacksonville 1880/03/05
1882/02/10
1883/03/23
1887/02/25
1888/09/21
1889/01/17
1890/05/29
1890/09/11
1891/01/15
1891/03/12
1891/08/13
1891/10/22
1892/06/30
Jacksonville 1882/11/10
1882/12/15
1883/03/23


NAME


Bucky, J.D., Mrs. (continued)


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p. 201:3-5
p. 242:3-5
p. 410:1-2
p. 423:1
p. 8:3-4
p. 8:2-3
p. 5:4-5
p. 3:5
p. 5:5
p. 3:5
p. 3:4
p. 3:4
p. 5:7
p. 7:5
p. 5:4-5
p. 1:7
p. 2:6
p. 3:4
p. 5:7
p. 5:5
p. 3:4
p. 3:4
p. 6:3
p. 257:1
p. 314:4
p. 2:5
p. 8:3-4
p. 5:4-5
p. 1:7
p. 2:6
p. 5:5
p. 5:7
p. 7:5
p. 7:5
p. 3:4
p. 164:3
p. 201:3-5
p. 314:4


LOCATION DATE

Jacksonville 1885/02/06
1886/02/05
1887/02/25
1889/03/14
1891/01/15
1891/03/12
1891/06/25
Jacksonville 1888/11/02
Jacksonville 1891/08/13
Jacksonville 1883/10/26
Jacksonville 1880/03/05
Jacksonville 1887/02/25
1888/09/21
1889/01/17
1889/03/14
1890/05/29
1893/07/06
Jacksonville 1897/09/09
Jacksonville 1897/09/09
Jacksonville 1896/12/10
1897/09/09
Jacksonville 1882/11/03
1883/01/19
1886/08/06
Jacksonville 1888/11/02
Jacksonville 1882/11/03
1883/06/15
1885/02/06
1888/09/21
Jacksonville 1885/03/20
1892/06/30
1893/01/19
Jacksonville 1893/01/19
1894/08/02
Jacksonville 1885/01/16
1888/09/21
1889/01/17
Jacksonville 1885/02/06
1888/09/21


Bucky, Jake
Bucky, Milton
Bucky, Mr.
Bucky, Mrs.
Budwig, Beulah






Buehler, Louis
Buehler, Louis, Mrs.
Buehler, Olga

Burkheim, A.S.


Burkheim, Cora S.
Burkheim, Dillie



Burkheim, J.


Burkheim, J., Mrs.

Burkheim, J.D.


Burkheim, J.D., Mrs.
Burkheim, J.D., Mrs.


PAGE


p. 2:1
p. 2:6-3:1
p. 2:5
p. 2:1-2
p. 5:5
p. 5:7
p. 8:2
p. 8:2-3
p. 7:5
p. 3:1-2
p. 6:3
p. 2:5
p. 8:3-4
p. 5:4-5
p. 2:1-2
p. 1:7
p. 3:2
p. 7:5
p. 7:5
p. 3:7
p. 7:5
p. 152:3
p. 242:3-5
p. 6:4-5
p. 8:2-3
p. 152:3
p. 410:1-2
p. 2:1
p. 8:3-4
p. 6:4
p. 3:4
p. 3:4
p. 3:4
p. 3:4
p. 2:1
p. 8:3-4
p. 5:4-5
p. 2:1
p. 8:3-4







Index to Florida Jewish History in the American Israelite


NAME
Burkheim, Jacob
Burkheim, L.
Burkheim, Louis



Burkheim, Millie



Burkheim, Mr.
Burkheim, Mrs.
Burkheim, S.
Burkheim, S.N.
Burkheim, Sam

Burkheim, Sophie


Bushnell, R.M.
Byck, Chas, Mrs.


Byron, Oliver Doud
Caesar (author)

Cahn, Chas
Calm, F., Mrs.
Calm, L, Mrs.
Calm, Leah
Calm, Louise


Cahn, Miss
Cahn, Reine

Cahl, Sol


LOCATION DATE
Tallahassee 1875/05/14
Jacksonville 1880/03/05
Jacksonville 1882/11/03
1883/01/19
1883/03/23
1893/01/19
Jacksonville 1888/09/21
1892/06/30
1892/09/29
1893/03/02
Jacksonville 1900/05/10
Jacksonville 1900/05/10
Jacksonville 1894/10/04
Jacksonville 1883/12/21
Florida 1884/10/17
Jacksonville 1883/11/23
Florida 1884/10/17
Jacksonville 1885/02/06
1888/01/13
Pensacola 1895/02/21
Jacksonville 1893/01/19
1893/06/15
1893/07/06
Jacksonville 1886/10/29
Pensacola 1883/10/19
1883/10/26
Pensacola 1894/11/22
Pensacola 1888/06/29
Pensacola 1895/01/03
Pensacola 1896/12/17
Pensacola 1893/06/15
1896/09/03
Pensacola 1895/02/21
Pensacola 1888/06/29
1896/01/02
Pensacola 1896/12/17
1883/10/19
1884/02/08
1886/11/12


PAGE

p. 5:2
p. 6:3
p. 152:3
p. 242:3-5
p. 314:4
p. 3:4
p. 8:3-4
p. 3:4
p. 7:2
p. 1:4
p. 2:5
p. 2:5
p. 7:5-6
p. 2:6
p. 2:1-2
p. 6:6
p. 2:1-2
p. 2:1
p. 9:2
p. 4:6-7
p. 3:4
p. 5:7
p. 3:2
p. 1:1
p. 4:6
p. 3:3
p. 7:4
p. 9:2
p. 5:6
p. 8:2-3
p. 3:1
p. 3:4-5
p. 3:1
p. 9:2
p. 3:7
p. 8:2-3
p. 4:6
p. 3:1
p. 1:5


NAME


LOCATION DATE


Cahn, Sol (continued)


















Calm, Sol, Mrs.














Calder, Mr.
Campbell, Bartley
Canman, Sim J.




Carlovitz, I.


Pensacola


















Pensacola














Pensacola
Jacksonville
Jacksonville




Florida


1886/12/10
1887/05/27
1894/01/18
1894/08/09
1894/09/06
1895/01/17
1895/02/21
1896/07/30
1897/02/11
1897/04/29
1897/07/22
1898/01/27
1899/03/16
1899/07/27
1899/08/10
1899/10/05
1900/06/07
1888/06/29
1894/08/23
1897/12/23
1898/03/24
1898/10/27
1899/07/27
1899/08/10
1899/10/05
1900/03/29
1900/05/10
1900/06/07
1900/08/30
1900/10/11
1900/12/06
1898/06/02
1886/10/29
1885/03/20
1885/07/03
1886/06/18
1886/10/29
1893/12/14
1877/07/20


pAGE
p. 9:4
8:4
p. 4:2
:2

p. 7:1
P.7:


p. 3:4

P. 3:3
p. 7:2
S3:6-

P" 3:3
S3:2


P. 9:2
P 3:7
p. 3:6

p-*
P 3:7
.3:-.5-6
P 3:3

p. 3:2
S3:4

P*
p. 7:2-3

3:5-6
p 2:4-5
P 2:6
S2:5
S3:4
~ 3:6-7

F- 6:4
7:4-5
P 2-4

3:5
2:5
3:







PERSONAL NAMES INDEX


LOCATION DATE


PAGE


NAME


LOCATION DATE


Cashman, David

Cashman, Harry







Cashman, Harry, Mrs.









Cashman, Hazel
Cashman, Katie
Cashman, Miss
Chandler, K.D.
Chesley, Mr.
Chipley, W.D.
Claxton, Kate
Cohen(Family)
Cohen, Adolph





Cohen, Alfred E.

Cohen, Allie
Cohen, Bella



Cohen, C., Mrs.


Pensacola 1896/01/02
1900/12/06
Pensacola 1894/08/30
1894/10/04
1894/10/04
1894/10/18
1895/11/28
1896/01/30
1898/12/08
Florida 1897/06/17
Pensacola 1897/01/28
1897/06/10
1897/07/22
1897/08/12
1897/08/19
1897/09/16
1898/12/08
1900/12/06
Pensacola 1900/12/06
Pensacola 1896/12/17
Pensacola 1894/10/04
Jacksonville 1895/03/07
Florida 1885/06/12
Pensacola 1895/09/05
Jacksonville 1886/10/29
Florida 1884/10/17
Pensacola 1895/03/07
1895/05/23
1895/07/25
1895/11/14
1897/04/29
Jacksonville 1886/08/06
1888/09/21
Jacksonville 1889/01/17
Pensacola 1883/10/19
1885/02/06
1888/03/30
1888/06/29
Tallahassee 1878/04/12


p. 3:7
p. 3:4
p. 3:3
p. 3:5
p. 3:4
p. 5:5
p. 7:5
p. 3:7
p. 2:5-6
p. 3:5
p. 2:6
p. 3:3
p. 3:3
p. 3:2
p. 3:5
p. 3:1
p. 2:5-6
p. 3:4
p. 3:4
p. 8:2-3
p. 3:4
p. 1:4-5
p. 3:5-6
p. 3:4
p. 1:1
p. 2:1-2
p. 3:7
p. 6:6
p. 3:3
p. 7:4
p. 3:4
p. 6:4-5
p. 8:3-4
p. 5:4-5
p. 4:6
p. 3:5
p. 7:1-2
p. 9:2
p. 6:5


Cohen, Daisy










Cohen, Dora
Cohen, E.
Cohen, E.M.
Cohen, Ed.
Cohen, G., Mrs.
Cohen, G.M.













Cohen, G.M., Mrs.









Cohen, Gus
Cohen, Gus, Mrs.


NAME


PAGE


Pensacola










Pensacola
Pensacola
Pensacola
Pensacola
Jacksonville
Florida
Pensacola











Pensacola









Pensacola
Pensacola


1895/05/23
1895/10/03
1896/01/02
1896/05/28
1897/12/23
1898/12/08
1899/02/16
1900/02/15
1900/02/22
1900/03/08
1883/11/02
1875/01/01
1894/08/30
1888/03/30
1893/12/14
1877/07/20
1875/01/01
1876/08/04
1877/08/24
1879/02/07
1894/07/12
1894/08/09
1894/08/09
1895/03/07
1895/08/22
1899/08/31
1899/10/26
1875/03/19
1894/07/12
1894/08/02
1894/08/09
1894/08/09
1895/03/07
1895/08/22
1899/08/31
1899/10/26
1895/04/25
1895/03/28
1895/04/25


p. 6:6
p. 2:6
p. 3:7
p. 6:3
p. 3:6
p. 2:5-6
p. 3:6-7
p. 2:3-4
p. 3:4
p. 2:5
p. 6:4
p. 6:3
p. 3:3
p. 7:1-2
p. 3:5
p. 2:5
p. 6:3
p. 5:3
p. 7:1
p. 7:1
p. 5:6-7
p. 3:1
p. 3:4
p. 3:7
p. 3:4
p. 3:3
p. 3:5
p. 6:1
p. 5:6-7
p. 3:5
p. 3:1
p. 3:4
p. 3:7
p. 3:4
p. 3:3
p. 3:5
p. 3:2
p. 3:5
p. 3:2







Index to Florida Jewish History in the American Israelite


NAME


Cohen, Hattie


Cohen, Henry
Cohen, Henry, M.
Cohen, I.
Cohen, J.


Cohen, J., Mrs
Cohen, J.E.




Cohen, J.R.

Cohen, J.R., Mrs.

Cohen, Jacob

Cohen, Jacob R.
Cohen, Jake, Mrs.


Cohen, Joseph
Cohen, L., Mrs.


Cohen, Lillie



Cohen, Louis

Cohen, Louis E.
Cohen, M.

Cohen, M., Mrs.


LOCATION DATE
Pensacola 1883/09/21
1884/06/20
1884/07/18
Tampa 1895/02/28
Tampa 1899/08/31
Jacksonville 1888/04/20
Florida 1873/09/26
Jacksonville 1892/10/27
Tallahassee 1878/05/03
Jacksonville 1891/06/25
Jacksonville 1882/11/03
1882/12/15
1883/06/15
1883/12/21
1889/01/17
Jacksonville 1882/02/10
Tallahassee 1880/06/26
Jacksonville 1889/04/11
Orlando 1878/04/12
Jacksonville 1887/07/01
Tallahassee 1879/05/16
Tallahassee 1880/04/30
Jacksonville 1892/06/30
1892/09/29
1894/04/26
Tallahassee 1879/05/16
Pensacola 1898/12/08
1900/08/30
1900/12/06
Jacksonville 1893/12/14
Pensacola 1900/02/15
1900/02/22
1900/03/08
Pensacola 1895/03/07
Tallahassee 1878/05/03
Jacksonville 1892/06/30
Jacksonville 1892/10/27
1894/08/02
Jacksonville 1894/08/02


PAGE
p. 2:3
p. 5:5
p. 2:2
p. 4:1
p. 6:4
p. 7:1;7:4
p. 3:1
p. 5:7
p. 6:5
p. 8:2
p. 152:3
p. 201:3-5
p. 410:1-2
p. 2:6
p. 5:4-5
p. 257:1
p. 2:5
p. 3:3
p. 6:5
p. 6:6-7:1
p. 6:4
p. 6:3
p. 3:4
p. 7:2
p. 3:7
p. 6:4
p. 2:5-6
p. 2:6
p. 3:4
p. 3:5
p. 2:3-4
p. 3:4
p. 2:5
p. 3:7
p. 6:5
p. 3:4
p. 5:7
p. 3:4
p. 3:4


NAME
Cohen, M.Henry


Cohen, Madeline
Cohen, Magnus
Cohen, Mannie


Cohen, Marian
Cohen, Mesod
Cohen, Minnie
Cohen, Morris

Cohen, Mr.
Cohen, N.

Cohen, N., Mrs.

Cohen, Oscar J.
Cohen, Pauline

Cohen, Rosa

Cohen, Sam

Cohen, Sida






Cohen, Tess
Cohn, Jacob R.
Cohn, Louis
Cohn, Maseod
Cohn, Rhea
Cohn,Sol
Cohn, Sol, Mrs.
Coleman, C.


LOCATION DATE
Tampa 1894/11/01
1897/02/11
1897/02/11
Jacksonville 1889/01/17
Florida 1885/01/30
Pensacola 1894/08/02
1894/08/23
1894/08/30
Pensacola 1888/03/30
Jacksonville 1893/06/15
Florida 1884/10/17
Florida 1885/01/30
Jacksonville 1885/11/13
Jacksonville 1889/03/14
Jacksonville 1888/11/02
1889/01/17
Jacksonville 1888/09/21
1889/01/17
Pensacola 1894/01/18
Jacksonville 1897/06/03
1897/06/03
Jacksonville 1894/04/12
1894/08/02
Jacksonville 1889/01/17
1891/01/15
Pensacola 1894/06/07
1894/06/28
1894/07/12
1894/08/02
1894/08/09
1894/08/09
Jacksonville 1899/06/22
Florida 1897/08/19
Pensacola 1894/08/23
Jacksonville 1888/01/13
Pensacola 1896/01/02
Pensacola 1888/03/30
Pensacola 1888/03/30
Pensacola 1894/08/23


PAGE
p. 4:3
p. 3:6
p. 7:7
p. 5:4-5
p. 2:2
p. 3:5
p. 3:7
p. 3:3
p. 7:1-2
p. 5:7
p. 2:1-2
p. 2:2
p. 6:4
p. 2:1-2
p. 8:2-3
p. 5:4-5
p. 8:3-4
p. 5:4-5
p. 4:2
p. 2:3
p. 7:4
p. 3:4-5
p. 3:4
p. 5:4-5
p. 5:5
p. 2:6
p. 3:2
p. 5:6-7
p. 3:5
p. 3:1
p. 3:4
p. 2:5
p. 3:4
p. 3:1
p. 9:2
p. 3:7
p. 7:1-2
p. 7:1-2
p. 3:7







PERSONAL NAMES INDEX


NAME

Coleman, C., Mrs.
Coleman, Joseph


Coleman, Joseph, Mrs.
Coleman, Mrs.
Cooper, General
Cornell, C.H.
Corner, Hannah
Cotner, S.
Corner, S., Mrs.
Cowan, Ada
Craven, Mr.
Cresap, M.
Cresap, R.E.L.
Crown, Nathan, Mrs.
Cushman, Miss
Dancy, W.Mc L., Mayor
Daniels, Abe S.

Daniels, Dr.
Daniels, Julius
Daniels, Minnie
Dannheisser, Alice

Dannheisser, Bertha


Dannheisser, D.
Dannheisser, D., Mrs.


Dannheisser, Dave


LOCATION DATE


Pensacola
Pensacola


Pensacola
Pensacola
Titusville
Jacksonville
Tallahassee
Tallahassee
Tallahassee
Jacksonville
Pensacola
Pensacola
Pensacola
Ocala
Pensacola
Jacksonville
Pensacola

Jacksonville
Pensacola
Pensacola
Pensacola

Pensacola


Pensacola
Pensacola


Pensacola


1894/08/23
1888/09/21
1895/10/03
1890/08/28
1899/08/31
1894/10/04
1892/01/07
1885/02/06
1892/01/14
1878/05/03
1878/04/12
1883/12/21
1898/06/02
1898/06/02
1898/03/24
1897/03/18
1894/10/18
1885/02/06
1884/02/29
1888/03/30
1886/07/23
1894/12/06
1894/12/06
1886/07/02
1887/05/27
1886/03/19
1886/03/19
1886/07/02
1899/07/27
1895/03/07
1897/12/23
1899/07/27
1886/11/12
1891/12/10
1894/10/04
1895/01/17
1895/02/21
1895/07/04
1895/07/25


PAGE

p. 3:7
p. 8:5
p. 2:6
p. 3:4
p. 3:3
p. 3:5
p. 1:4
p. 2:1
p. 7:5
p. 6:5
p. 6:5
p. 2:6
p. 3:6-7
p. 3:6-7
p. 3:7
p. 3:5
p. 5:5
p. 2:1
p. 7:4
p. 7:1-2
p. 3:4
p. 7:5
p. 7:5
p. 10:1
p. 8:4
p. 9:3
p. 10:1
p. 10:1
p. 3:3
p. 3:7
p. 3:6
p. 3:3
p. 1:5
p. 7:4
p. 3:4
p. 7:1
p. 4:6-7
p. 3:5
p. 3:3


NAME

Dannheisser, Dave (cont.)









Dannheisser, Dave, Mrs.

Dannheisser, Jeanette
Dannheisser, L.
Dannheisser, M.



Dannheisser, M., Mrs.
Dannheisser, M.B.
Dannheisser, M.B., Mrs.
Dannheisser, Miss
Dannheisser, Morris














Dannheisser, Morris, Mrs.


LOCATION DATE

Pensacola 1895/10/03
1896/01/30
1896/07/30
1897/02/11
1897/04/29
1897/06/10
1897/06/10
1897/07/22
1900/04/26
Pensacola 1894/10/04
1898/04/28
Pensacola 1889/12/19
Pensacola 1900/06/07
Pensacola 1875/07/30
1885/01/16
1886/07/02
1897/12/23
Pensacola 1897/12/23
Pensacola 1900/06/07
Pensacola 1900/06/07
Pensacola 1900/03/29
Pensacola 1886/07/02
1887/10/21
1888/01/13
1895/01/17
1895/02/21
1895/09/05
1896/01/02
1896/09/03
1896/12/17
1897/01/21
1897/03/04
1897/04/29
1897/06/10
Pensacola 1895/03/28
1896/01/02
1896/09/03
1896/11/12
1897/06/10


PAGE

p. 2:6
p. 3:7
p. 3:2
p. 7:1
p. 3:4
p. 3:3
p. 3:5
p. 3:3
p. 2:5
p. 3:4
p. 7:5
p. 3:3
p. 6:2
p. 5:5
p. 2:1-2
p. 10:1
p. 3:6
p. 3:6
p. 2:4-5
p. 2:4-5
p. 7:2-3
p. 10:1
p. 7:2
p. 7:4
p. 7:1
p. 4:6-7
p. 3:4
p. 3:7
p. 3:4-5
p. 8:2-3
p. 7:5-6
p. 6:5
p. 3:4
p. 3:3
p. 3:5
p. 3:7
p. 3:4-5
p. 2:6
p. 3:3







Index to Florida Jewish History in the American Israelite


NAME


LOCATION DATE


(continued)
Dannheisser, Morris, Mrs.
Dannheisser, Mr.

Dannheisser, Mrs.

Dannheisser, Pauline


Dannheisser, Reina
Dannheisser, Rena
Dannheisser, Sarah




















Davenport, Fanny
David, Michaelis
Davis, brothers
Davis, M.
Davis, Mrs.
Davis, Nora
Davis, Sarah
Day, Mrs.
Deichman, Al, Mrs.


Pensacola

Pensacola

Pensacola

Pensacola


Pensacola
Pensacola
Pensacola




















Jacksonville
Tallahassee
Florida
Tallahassee
Pensacola
Pensacola
Pensacola
Jacksonville
Jacksonville


1898/10/27
1899/10/26
1885/01/16
1894/11/29
1894/11/29
1900/03/29
1886/07/02
1887/10/21
1888/01/13
1896/01/02
1896/12/17
1883/10/19
1885/02/06
1889/12/19
1890/08/28
1894/08/02
1894/08/23
1894/08/30
1894/10/04
1894/10/18
1896/01/02
1896/12/17
1897/01/21
1897/03/04
1897/10/14
1898/01/27
1899/02/16
1899/10/26
1900/03/08
1900/05/10
1886/10/29
1882/02/24
1884/10/17
1880/06/26
1897/07/22
1895/07/04
1884/06/20
1885/03/20
1896/05/21


PAGE

p. 3:5-6
p. 3:5
p. 2:1-2
p. 7:2
p. 7:2
p. 7:2-3
p. 10:1
p. 7:2
p. 7:4
p. 3:7
p. 8:2-3
p. 4:6
p. 3:5
p. 3:3
p. 3:4
p. 3:5
p. 3:7
p. 3:3
p. 3:4
p. 5:5
p. 3:7
p. 8:2-3
p. 7:5-6
p. 6:5
p. 3:4-5
p. 3:6
p. 3:6-7
p. 3:5
p. 2:5
p. 3:5-6
p. 1:1
p. 279:3
p. 2:1-2
p. 2:5
p. 3:3
p. 3:5
p. 5:5
p. 6:4
p. 3:4


NAME


LOCATION DATE


Diamond (Family)
Diamond, B.
Diamond, B., Mrs.
Diamond, B.L.
Diamond, H.H.


Diamond, H.H., Mrs.
Diamond, Julius







Diamond, S.
Dreyfus, Alfred

Dreyfus, S.
Druker, A.
Druker, A., Mrs.
Drukker, M.L.
Drukker, M.L, Mrs.
Drukker, M.S.
Drukker, M.S., Mrs.

Drukker, Mike, Mrs.
Drukker, S., Mrs.
Drukker, Simon, Mrs.
Dubissin, LA.
Duque, Mrs.
Dzialynski, Fannie


Dzialynski, Morris A.


Florida
Pensacola
Pensacola
Pensacola
Florida
Tallahassee

Tallahassee
Pensacola
Tallahassee





Tallahassee
Gainesville
Pensacola
Pensacola
Jacksonville
Jacksonville
Jacksonville
Jacksonville
Jacksonville
Jacksonville

Jacksonville
Jacksonville
Jacksonville
Pensacola
Pensacola
Florida
Fort-Meade
Jacksonville
Florida
Jacksonville


1884/10/17
1895/08/29
1895/08/29
1885/01/02
1897/08/19
1879/05/16
1880/06/26
1882/01/27
1898/05/26
1878/05/03
1879/05/16
1880/04/30
1885/05/08
1885/06/05
1896/01/30
1891/10/22
1898/09/22
1899/10/05
1895/02/21
1896/05/21
1896/05/21
1892/10/20
1892/10/20
1892/10/27
1892/10/27
1896/07/02
1885/10/16
1896/07/02
1891/04/02
1895/01/31
1899/03/02
1884/10/17
1883/11/02
1883/10/26
1884/10/17
1877/03/02
1877/12/21
1880/02/13
1881/05/20


PAGE
p. 2:1-2

p1:6
p. 1:6

3:4
p. 6:4
p. 2:5
P-245:1
7:4
6:5
p. 6:4
P. 6:
P.
p. 7:1
2:2
1:6
P 6:2
P*

P-
p-
P. 3:7
3:4



P* 3.4
P. 6:3
P. 6:3
P-



P" 6:2
S6:2
S:1
6:3


p"
P- 6:4



-2

P -2

P" 6:5

&P 6:3
P A7
p. 3
PZ^I-

P^^^-







PERSONAL NAMES INDEX


NAME LOCATION DATE


Dzialynski, Morris A (cont.) Jacksonville


Dzialynski, Morris A., Mrs.





Dzialynski, P., Mrs.
Dzialynski, Philip

Dzialynski, Rosalie











Eddlestein, Max, Mrs.
Edrehi, Dave


Pensacola
Florida
Jacksonville



Florida
Florida
Jacksonville
Florida
Jacksonville










Pensacola
Pensacola


1882/02/10
1882/06/16
1882/09/29
1882/11/03
1883/03/16
1885/01/16
1885/03/20
1886/01/22
1888/01/13
1888/09/21
1889/01/17
1889/06/06
1890/11/13
1892/04/07
1893/01/19
1895/06/27
1896/08/27
1883/09/21
1884/10/17
1885/02/06
1888/01/13
1889/01/17
1892/04/07
1884/10/17
1884/10/17
1891/10/22
1884/10/17
1882/11/03
1882/12/15
1883/03/23
1883/04/20
1883/06/15
1883/12/21
1885/02/06
1888/01/13
1888/09/21
1888/11/02
1899/08/31
1896/01/30


PAGE


p. 257:1
p. 403:5
p. 112:5-6
p. 152:3
p. 308:1
p. 2:1
p. 6:4
p. 8:2
p. 9:2
p. 8:3-4
p. 5:4-5
p. 2:4-5
p. 7:3
p. 7:1
p. 3:4
p. 7:1-2
p. 8:2
p. 2:3
p.2:1-2
p. 2:1
p. 9:2
p. 5:4-5
p. 7:1
p. 2:1-2
p. 2:1-2
p. 7:5
p. 2:1-2
p. 152:3
p. 201:3-5
p. 314:4
p. 350:3
p. 410:1-2
p. 2:6
p. 2:1
p. 9:2
p. 8:3-4
p. 8:2-3
p. 3:3
p. 3:7


NAME
Edrehi, Dave (continued)





Edrehi, Dave, Mrs.






Edrehi, Mrs.

Eichler, Mr.
Einstein, L.
Elbert, Yetta

Eldodt, Mollie






Elkin, Herman J.
Endel, Annie


Endel, Herman
Endel, M.
Endel, Marcus, Mrs.
Endel, Mr.
Endel, Mrs.
Endel, Sarah

Endel, Yetta
Engelman, E.

Erb, Joe
Fairchild, B.


LOCATION DATE


Pensacola 1896/03/19
1896/07/30
1897/06/10
1899/08/31
1900/12/06
Pensacola 1896/07/30
1897/01/28
1897/06/10
1898/08/18
1899/06/22
1900/12/06
Pensacola 1896/11/12
1897/10/14
Jacksonville 1900/09/13
Jacksonville 1880/03/05
Pensacola 1898/04/28
1900/08/30
Pensacola 1895/05/23
1895/07/25
1897/12/23
1900/05/10
1900/10/25
1900/12/06
Jacksonville 1899/04/20
Jacksonville 1882/11/03
1883/01/19
1883/03/23
Jacksonville 1888/09/21
Jacksonville 1882/02/10
Jacksonville 1900/05/10
Jacksonville 1888/09/21
Jacksonville 1888/09/21
Jacksonville 1882/12/15
1886/10/29
Florida 1884/10/17
Monticello 1882/03/03
1882/06/16
Pensacola 1886/11/12
Pensacola 1898/06/02


PAGE


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p. 3:2
p. 3:3
p. 3:3
p. 3:4
p. 3:2
p. 2:6
p. 3:3
p. 2:3
p. 3:3
p. 3:4
p. 2:6
p. 3:4-5
p. 4:5
p. 6:3
p. 7:5
p. 2:6
p. 6:6
p. 3:3
p. 3:6
p. 3:5-6
p. 3:6
p. 3:4
p. 7:2
p. 152:3
p. 242:3-5
p. 314:4
p. 8:3-4
p. 257:1
p. 2:5
p. 8:3-4
p. 8:3-4
p. 201:3-5
p. 1:1
p. 2:1-2
p. 286:6
p. 407:2
p. 1:5
p. 3:6-7







Index to Florida Jewish History in the American Israelite


NAME


LOCATION DATE


Falk, Jake
Falk,Jake, Mrs.
Falk, L.
Falk, L., Mrs.
Falk, Mr.
Falk, Stella






Falk, Wm.


Falk, Wm., Mrs.
Faulk, L
Faurer, Phil
Fecheimer, B.
Feiber, H.H.
Felsenthal, Gertrude




Felsenthal, John, Mrs.


Felsenthal, Julia


Fernandez, Dr.
Feuerlicht, M.
Fischer, E.K.
Fishel, M., Mrs.
Flashner, Rudolph


Fleischaker, Emile
Fleischaker, Emile, Mrs.


Pensacola
Pensacola
Pensacola
Pensacola
Pensacola
Pensacola






Pensacola


Pensacola
Pensacola
Key West
Pensacola
Jacksonville
Pensacola




Pensacola


Pensacola


Jacksonville
Jacksonville
Pensacola
Ocala
Pensacola


Pensacola
Pensacola


1894/02/15
1894/02/15
1894/08/23
1899/03/02
1895/05/23
1898/12/15
1899/10/05
1900/03/29
1900/05/03
1900/05/10
1900/07/12
1894/10/04
1894/10/18
1899/03/02
1899/03/02
1894/08/30
1900/03/11
1896/09/03
1888/11/09
1900/01/11
1900/01/18
1900/02/15
1900/04/19
1900/05/10
1900/04/19
1900/10/11
1900/12/06
1900/01/11
1900/05/24
1900/08/16
1886/07/23
1888/10/05
1885/03/13
1897/03/18
1896/12/17
1898/06/02
1898/06/02
1899/08/31
1899/08/31


PAGE
p. 2:3
p. 2:3
p. 3:7
p. 3:7
p. 6:6
p. 2:5
p. 3:4
p. 7:2-3
p. 3:2
p. 3:5-6
p. 3:2
p. 3:4
p. 5:5
p. 3:1
p. 3:1
p. 3:3
p. 7:2
p. 3:4-5
p. 2:3-4
p. 7:5
p. 7:3
p. 2:3-4
p. 3:2
p. 3:5-6
p. 3:2
p. 2:5
p. 3:4
p. 7:5
p. 2:6
p. 3:4
p. 3:4
p. 8:4
p. 7:3
p. 3:5
p. 8:2-3
p. 3:6-7
p. 2:5-6
p. 3:2
p. 3:2


NAME
Fleischman, Fred A.

Flemming, Frands P., Gov.
Flinn, J.M.
Flinn, J.M., Mrs.


Floritta(author)















Florsheimer, Eddy
Folz, Henry
Forcheimer, A.

Forcheimer, A.G.
Forcheimer, Ben

Forcheimer, E.
Forcheimer, Ed




Forcheimer, Estelle


LOCATION DATE
Florida 1860/12/21
1864/07/22
Jacksonville 1889/06/06
Pensacola 1895/09/05
Pensacola 1894/11/22
1895/09/05
1898/06/02
Jacksonville 1890/11/13
1891/01/15
1891/02/12
1891/03/12
1891/05/02
1891/06/25
1891/08/13
1891/09/17
1891/10/22
1892/06/30
1892/09/29
1892/10/27
1893/01/19
1893/03/02
Pensacola 1897/04/29
Jacksonville 1888/11/09
Florida 1873/09/26
Milton 1860/12/28
Pensacola 1898/08/18
Pensacola 1888/06/29
1888/10/12
Pensacola 1899/11/16
Pensacola 1894/10/04
1898/01/27
1898/06/02
1898/08/18
1899/04/13
Pensacola 1883/10/19
1885/02/06
1885/09/18
1887/09/02
1888/03/30


PAGE

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p. 27:3
p. 2:4-5
p. 3:4
p. 7:4
p. 3:4
p. 3:6-7
p. 7:3
p. 5:5
p. 5:5
p. 5:7
p. 1:6
p. 8:2
p. 7:5
p. 5:7
p. 7:5
p. 3:4
p. 7:2
p. 5:7
p. 3:4
p. 1:4
p. 3:4
p. 2:3-4
p. 3:1
p. 206:4
p. 2:3
p. 9:2
p. 9:4
p. 3:7
p. 3:4
p. 3:6
p. 2:5-6
p. 2:3
p. 7:5
p. 4:6
p. 3:5
p. 6:6
p. 9:2-3
p. 7:1-2







PERSONAL NAMES INDEX


NAME

Forcheimer, Estelle (cont.)



Forcheimer, Eva














Forcheimer, Frances

Forcheimer, Gerson


LOCATION DATE


Pensacola



Pensacola














Pensacola

Pensacola


1888/09/21
1889/08/22
1889/12/19
1891/12/10
1894/11/29
1895/11/14
1896/07/16
1897/10/14
1897/12/23
1898/08/18
1898/10/27
1899/02/16
1899/08/31
1899/10/05
1899/10/26
1899/11/16
1899/11/16
1888/09/21
1889/05/23
1875/01/01
1875/07/30
1876/08/04
1877/08/24
1878/08/02
1879/02/07
1879/05/16
1883/01/26
1884/02/01
1885/01/16
1888/01/13
1888/03/30
1888/09/21
1888/10/12
1891/02/12
1895/07/25
1896/01/30
1896/05/28
1896/07/30
1897/01/28


PAGE


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p. 1:7
p. 3:3
p. 7:4
p. 7:2
p. 7:4
p. 2:2
p. 3:4-5
p. 3:6
p. 2:3
p. 3:5-6
p. 3:6-7
p. 3:3
p. 3:4
p. 3:5
p. 3:7
p. 3:7
p.8:5
p. 2:6
p. 6:3
p. 5:5
p. 5:3
p. 7:1
p. 6:4-5
p. 7:1
p. 7:3
p. 251:2
p. 2:1
p. 2:1-2
p. 7:4
p. 7:1-2
p. 8:5
p. 9:4
p. 5:5
p. 3:3
p. 3:7
p. 6:3
p. 3:2
p. 2:6


NAME


Forcheimer, Gerson, Mrs.

Forcheimer, Julia









Forcheimer, Miss
Forcheimer, N.G.





Forcheimer, Nathan





Forcheimer, Seymour
Forcheimer, Seymour, Mrs.
Forcheimer, Simon
Fox, J., Mrs.
Fox, S.
Fox, W.
Frank, Charles, Mrs.
Frank, Emil
Frank, L., Mrs.
Frank, Lillie
Frank, Lottie

Frank, Max
Frank, Mr.

Frank, Mrs.
Frank, Rega


LOCATION


DATE


Pensacola 1888/03/30
1888/10/12
Pensacola 1888/06/29
1888/09/21
1890/08/28
1894/10/04
1894/10/04
1894/10/04
1894/10/18
1894/11/29
1894/12/27
Pensacola 1887/09/16
Pensacola 1896/12/17
1897/01/21
1897/10/14
1899/07/27
1900/02/15
Pensacola 1894/08/30
1894/10/04
1896/01/02
1898/01/27
1898/03/10
Pensacola 1897/01/28
Pensacola 1897/01/28
Pensacola 1890/08/28
Pensacola 1899/03/02
Jacksonville 1882/12/15
Jacksonville 1882/02/10
Jacksonville 1885/03/20
Pensacola 1886/07/02
Jacksonville 1885/02/06
Jacksonville 1883/12/21
Florida 1884/10/17
Jacksonville 1888/11/02
Jacksonville 1888/11/02
Jacksonville 1888/09/21
1894/02/08
Jacksonville 1894/02/08
Pensacola 1899/02/16


PAGE


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p. 9:4
p. 9:2
p.8:5
p. 3:4
p. 3:4
p. 3:5
p. 3:4
p. 5:5
p. 7:2
p. 2:6
p. 8:1-2
p. 8:2-3
p. 7:5-6
p. 3:4-5
p. 3:3
p. 2:3-4
p. 3:3
p. 3:4
p. 3:7
p. 3:6
p. 2:6
p. 2:6
p. 2:6
p. 3:4
p. 3:7
p. 201:3-5
p. 257:1
p. 6:4
p. 10:1
p. 2:1
p. 2:6
p. 2:1-2
p. 8:2-3
p. 8:2-3
p. 8:3-4
p. 5:5
p. 5:5
p. 3:6-7







Index to Florida Jewish History in the American Israelite


NAME
Frank, S.H.
Frank, S.H., Mrs.
Franklin, Evelyn
Freiberg, Miss
Freud, J.
Fridenberg, Eugene
Friedenberg, Charles
Friedenberg, Dora
Friedenberg, Ella


Friedenberg, Essie
Friedenberg, Flora

























Friedenberg, Gussie

Friedenberg, H., Mrs.


LOCATION DATE
Pensacola 1900/11/08
Pensacola 1900/11/08
Pensacola 1900/12/06
Jacksonville 1893/08/24
Pensacola 1900/11/08
Jacksonville 1885/05/29
Jacksonville 1874/05/15
Jacksonville 1896/07/02
Jacksonville 1882/12/15
1889/03/14
1899/06/22
Jacksonville 1890/05/29
Jacksonville 1882/12/15
1883/06/15
1883/06/22
1885/02/06
1885/03/20
1885/04/10
1885/05/29
1885/10/16
1885/10/16
1886/05/07
1886/08/06
1889/01/17
1889/03/14
1891/01/15
1891/04/02
1891/10/22
1892/06/30
1892/10/20
1892/10/27
1895/08/15
1896/01/09
1896/05/21
1897/12/30
1900/11/01
Jacksonville 1894/04/12
1900/06/21
Jacksonville 1900/06/21


PAGE

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p. 2:4
p. 3:4
p. 3:4
p. 2:4
p. 3:2
p. 6:5
p. 6:2
p. 201:3-5
p. 2:1-2
p. 2:5
p. 1:7
p. 201:3-5
p. 410:1-2
p. 423:1
p. 2:1
p. 6:4
p. 2:1
p. 6:6
p. 9:1
p. 9:1
p. 5:6
p. 6:4-5
p. 5:4-5
p. 2:1-2
p. 5:5
p. 6:3
p. 7:5
p. 3:4
p. 6:3
p. 6:2
p. 7:6
p. 3:6
p. 3:4
p. 6:4
p. 6:2
p. 3:4-5
p. 2:4-5
p. 2:4-5


NAME


Friedenberg, H.P.


















Friedenberg, H.P., Mrs.











Friedenberg, Henry

Friedenberg, Ida








Friedenberg, Katie


LOCATION DATE

Jacksonville 1877/12/21
1883/01/19
1885/01/16
1885/04/24
1886/01/22
1886/07/23
1887/02/25
1887/12/23
1892/02/11
1894/03/01
1899/03/09
1899/04/13
1899/06/22
1899/06/22
1900/05/10
1900/05/31
Pensacola 1890/01/23
Jacksonville 1881/09/23
1885/02/06
1892/10/20
1892/10/27
1896/05/21
1899/03/09
1899/04/13
1899/06/22
1899/06/22
1900/05/10
1900/05/31
Jacksonville 1879/03/07
1885/07/24
Jacksonville 1882/12/15
1883/06/15
1889/03/14
1892/06/30
1899/06/22
1899/06/22
1900/05/10
1900/05/31
Jacksonville 1895/06/27


PAGE
p. 6:5
p. 242:3-5
p 2:1
.2:7
p. 8:2
p. 6:4-5
.2:5

4:2-3
p. 7:4

7:2
P.
P. 7:4
2:5
p. 2:5
7:2
p. 2
S2:6
102:3
p" 2:1
p.
P" 6:3
6:2
P. 3:4
P' 7:2
P- 7:2

P" 7:4
p. 2:5
2:5
7:2
S6:5
S9:4
P -
p. 2013-5
p. 410:1-2
: 21-2

P.
7:4
S2:5

p-7:2
-7:1-2
1 -







PERSONAL NAMES INDEX


NAME


LOCATION DATE


Friedenberg, Katie (continued)Jacksonville 1899/03/09
1899/04/13
1899/04/20
Friedenberg, Miss Jacksonville 1893/07/06
1897/10/07
Friedenberg, Mrs. Jacksonville 1892/10/27
Friedenberg, P. Florida 1873/09/26
Friedenberg, P., Mrs. Jacksonville 1890/05/29
Friedenberg, Perez Jacksonville 1894/04/12
Friedenberg, Victor Jacksonville 1882/12/15
1894/04/12
1894/04/26
Friedman, Alex Pensacola 1894/03/01
Friedman, brothers Pensacola 1895/03/28
Friedman, Gertrude Pensacola 1896/12/17
1899/08/31
Friedman, I.D. Jacksonville 1885/02/13
1885/03/13
Friedman, L. Pensacola 1894/02/15
1895/01/31
1896/01/30
1897/01/28
Friedman, L, Mrs. Pensacola 1894/02/15
1895/01/31
1895/08/22
1895/10/31
1897/01/28
Friedman, LA. Pensacola 1898/12/08
Friedman, LA., Mrs. Pensacola 1898/12/08
Friedman, L.H. Pensacola 1898/12/08
Friedman, L.H., Mrs. Pensacola 1898/12/08
Friedman, L.W. Pensacola 1896/12/24
Friedman, Lena Pensacola 1895/07/25
Friedman, Louis Pensacola 1894/05/31
1894/08/23
1898/09/01
1899/10/05
1900/08/30
Friedman, Louis, Mrs. Pensacola 1899/10/05


PAGE

p. 7:2
p. 7:2
p. 7:2
p. 3:2
p. 3:3
p. 5:7
p. 3:1
p. 1:7
p. 3:4-5
p. 201:3-5
p. 3:4-5
p. 3:7
p. 3:4
p. 3:5
p. 8:2-3
p. 2:4
p. 6:2
p. 2:4
p. 2:3
p. 3:4
p. 3:7
p. 2:6
p. 2:3
p. 3:4
p. 3:4
p. 3:5
p. 2:6
p. 2:5-6
p. 2:5-6
p. 2:5-6
p. 2:5-6
p. 3:2
p. 3:3
p. 3:5
p. 3:2
p. 3:7
p. 3:4
p. 2:6
p. 3:4


NAME


Friedman, Louis, Mrs. (cont.) Pensacola


Friedman, Miss
Friedman, Mrs.
Friedman, S., Mrs.
Friedman, S.A.

Friedman, SA., Mrs.







Friedman, Sam, Mrs.
Fries, Antonia

Fries, Richard H.








Fries, Richard H., Mrs.

Frohlichstein, B.H.
Frohlichstein, F., Mrs.
Frohlichstein, F.G., Mrs.
Frohlichstein, Frances


Frohlichstein, H.
Frohlichstein, Lillie
Frohlichstein, Miss
Frohlichstein, Mrs.
Frohlichstein, N.
Frohlichstein, N., Mrs.


LOCATION DATE


Pensacola
Pensacola
Pensacola
Pensacola

Pensacola







Pensacola
Pensacola

Pensacola








Pensacola

Pensacola
Pensacola
Pensacola
Pensacola


Pensacola
Pensacola
Pensacola
Pensacola
Pensacola
Pensacola


1900/03/08
1900/03/29
1895/05/23
1897/01/28
1896/07/30
1895/10/17
1897/01/28
1894/07/12
1894/10/04
1895/03/07
1895/10/17
1896/03/19
1897/06/10
1897/11/18
1899/08/31
1883/10/19
1885/01/02
1883/10/19
1884/02/01
1884/02/08
1886/02/26
1886/11/12
1887/09/02
1887/09/02
1897/12/23
1897/12/23
1900/12/06
1884/07/18
1894/10/04
1895/10/17
1888/09/21
1889/12/19
1890/08/28
1886/07/02
1896/01/02
1898/12/08
1896/01/30
1898/10/27
1898/10/27


PAGE
p. 2:5
p. 7:2-3
p. 6:6
p. 2:6
p. 3:2
p. 2:2
p. 2:6
p. 5:6-7
p. 3:4
p. 3:7
p. 2:2
p. 3:2
p. 3:3
p. 7:1
p. 3:3
p. 4:6
p. 7:3
p. 4:6
p. 2:1
p. 3:1
p. 9:4
p. 1:5
p. 10:1
p. 9:2-3
p. 3:6
p. 3:6
p. 3:4
p. 2:2
p. 3:5
p. 2:2
p. 8:5
p. 3:3
p. 3:4
p. 10:1
p. 3:7
p. 2:5-6
p. 3:7
p. 3:5-6
p. 3:5-6







Index to Florida Jewish History in the American Israelite


NAME
Frohlichstein, N.H.












Frohlichstein, N.H., Mrs.


Frohlichstein, Nathan
Frohlichstein, Sig
Frohlichstein, Theresa


















Frohlichsden, Lillie
Furchgott, Elsie


Furchgott, Leopold


LOCATION DATE
Pensacola 1875/01/01
1876/08/04
1878/08/02
1879/02/07
1880/04/02
1883/01/26
1884/02/01
1885/01/16
1887/09/16
1895/04/25
1896/01/02
1896/12/31
Pensacola 1885/09/18
1888/06/29
1896/01/02
Pensacola 1897/04/29
Pensacola 1897/04/29
Pensacola 1894/09/06
1894/10/04
1895/04/11
1895/04/25
1896/01/02
1896/07/30
1896/09/03
1897/10/14
1897/12/23
1898/08/18
1898/10/27
1898/10/27
1899/02/16
1899/08/31
1899/11/16
1900/03/29
1900/08/30
Pensacola 1898/10/27
Jacksonville 1892/10/27
1893/07/06
1893/12/14
Jacksonville 1882/02/10


PAGE

p. 6:3
p. 5:3
p. 6:4-5
p. 7:1
p. 6:4
p. 251:2
p. 2:1
p. 2:1-2
p. 8:1-2
p. 3:2
p. 3:7
p. 5:7
p. 6:3
p. 9:2
p. 3:7
p. 3:4
p. 3:4
p. 3:1
p. 3:4
p. 3:4
p. 3:2
p. 3:7
p. 3:2
p. 3:4-5
p. 3:4-5
p. 3:6
p. 2:3
p. 3:5-6
p. 3:5-6
p. 3:6-7
p. 3:3
p. 3:7
p. 7:2-3
p. 2:6
p. 3:5-6
p. 5:7
p. 3:2
p. 3:5
p. 257:1


NAME
Furchgott, Leopold (cont.)



















Furchgott, Leopold, Mrs.











Furchgott, Max

Furchgott, Mr.
Furchgott, Stella
Gazan, Miss
Geiger, Wm.H.
Geismar, Annie

Geronimo
Gerson, B., Mrs.


LOCATION DATE


Jacksonville



















Jacksonville











Jacksonville

Jacksonville
Jacksonville
Orlando
Florida
Pensacola

Pensacola
Pensacola


1882/12/15
1883/08/31
1886/01/22
1887/02/25
1888/01/13
1888/02/03
1888/11/02
1889/01/17
1891/10/22
1892/10/27
1893/03/02
1893/07/06
1893/08/24
1893/12/14
1894/02/08
1894/03/01
1895/06/27
1900/06/21
1889/01/17
1891/05/02
1892/04/07
1892/10/27
1893/03/02
1893/04/27
1893/07/06
1893/12/14
1894/02/08
1894/03/01
1900/06/21
1893/01/19
1893/07/06
1887/01/21
1893/12/14
1887/10/14
1877/07/20
1896/12/17
1900/06/07
1886/11/12
1895/07/25


PAGE

p. 201:3-5
p. 7:1
p 8:2
p. 2:5
p. 9:2
p. 10:3
8:2-3
p. 5:4-5
7:5
p. 5:7
S1:4
p. 3:2
P. 3:4
p. 3:5
p. 5:5

p. 7:1-2
p. 2:4-5
5:4-5
1:6
P*
5:7

P.2

-3:5
5:5
P-

5:2
P7:
P-



P.
P~ :Z
P- .


P' F

P-









NAME


LOCATION DATE


Gerson, B., Mrs. (continued) Pensacola


Gerson, Ben









Gerson, Emanuel
Gerstle, Sam
Gitelson, E.
Glogowski, Herman



Goldbach, Emma
Goldbach, Millton
Goldbach, S.M.









Golding, A.
Goldring, Newman



Goldschmidt, Dr.
Goldsmith
Goldsmith, A.A.


Pensacola









Pensacola
Pensacola
Tampa
Jacksonville
Tampa


Pensacola
Pensacola
Florida
Pensacola








Pensacola
Pensacola



Jacksonville
Pensacola
Pensacola


1895/08/29
1897/08/19
1900/03/08
1900/08/30
1894/06/07
1894/06/28
1894/08/23
1894/11/15
1894/11/22
1895/07/25
1897/04/29
1897/08/19
1900/08/30
1894/11/22
1894/08/23
1896/07/16
1883/06/15
1890/04/10
1894/11/01
1899/08/31
1888/06/29
1885/01/16
1873/09/26
1868/05/29
1876/08/04
1878/08/02
1879/02/07
1885/01/16
1888/10/12
1892/02/11
1895/08/29
1895/07/25
1895/07/04
1896/01/02
1900/05/10
1900/07/12
1900/09/13
1894/08/23
1895/08/22


PAGE


p. 1:6
p. 3:5
p. 2:5
p. 2:6
p. 2:6
p. 3:2
p. 3:7
p. 1:6
p. 7:4
p. 3:3
p. 3:4
p. 3:5
p. 2:6
p. 7:4
p. 3:2
p. 2:2
p. 410:1-2
p. 6:3
p. 4:3
p. 6:4
p. 9:2
p. 2:1-2
p. 3:1
p. 2:4
p. 5:3
p. 6:4-5
p. 7:1
p. 2:1-2
p. 9:4
p. 9:3
p. 1:6
p. 3:3
p. 3:5
p. 3:7
p. 3:5-6
p. 2:5-6
p. 4:5
p. 3:7
p. 3:4


Goldsmith, Albert, Mrs.
Goldsmith, Albert A.
Goldsmith, Herman





Goldsmith, M.
Goldsmith, Miss
Goldstein
Goldstein (Family)
Goldstein, Minnie

Goldstuker, Adolph
















Goldstuker, Carrie
Goldstuker, Cora






Goldstuker, Ed


PERSONAL NAMES INDEX
NAME LOCATION DATE PAGE


Pensacola
Pensacola
Pensacola





Titusville
Pensacola
Pensacola
Florida
Pensacola

Pensacola
















Pensacola
Pensacola






Pensacola


1898/10/27
1891/07/23
1900/01/18
1900/07/12
1900/09/27
1900/10/11
1900/10/25
1892/01/07
1898/10/27
1895/02/21
1884/10/17
1898/06/02
1898/06/02
1877/08/24
1878/08/02
1879/02/07
1883/10/19
1885/01/16
1885/09/18
1885/09/18
1886/11/05
1888/01/13
1888/03/30
1888/09/21
1889/12/19
1894/07/26
1895/06/27
1895/07/04
1895/04/25
1889/12/19
1895/05/23
1895/10/03
1898/03/10
1898/12/08
1899/08/31
1888/09/21
1894/08/23
1894/10/04
1894/10/18


p. 3:5-6
p. 7:5
p. 7:3
p. 2:5-6
p. 7:2
p. 2:5
p. 3:6
p. 1:4
p. 3:5-6
p. 3:2
p. 2:1-2
p. 3:6-7
p. 2:5-6
p. 7:1
p. 6:4-5
p. 7:1
p. 4:6
p. 2:1-2
p. 6:3
p. 6:6
p. 1:5
p. 7:4
p. 7:1-2
p. 8:5
p. 3:3
p. 7:5
p. 8:2
p. 3:5
p. 3:2
p. 3:3
p. 6:6
p. 2:6
-p. 2:6
p. 2:5-6
p. 3:3
p. 8:5
p. 3:7
p. 3:4
p. 5:5







Index to Florida Jewish History in the American Israelite


NAME


LOCATION DATE


Goldstuker, Ed (continued)








Goldstuker, Francis
























Goldstuker, Leo
Goldstuker, Max





Goldstuker, Miss


Pensacola








Pensacola
























Pensacola
Pensacola





Pensacola


1895/03/07
1896/01/02
1898/01/27
1898/04/28
1898/06/02
1899/02/16
1900/02/15
1900/10/25
1894/03/08
1894/06/07
1894/07/12
1894/08/23
1894/10/04
1895/03/07
1895/03/28
1895/05/23
1895/08/22
1895/08/29
1895/10/03
1895/11/14
1896/09/03
1896/11/12
1897/01/21
1897/03/04
1898/01/27
1898/06/02
1898/08/18
1899/02/16
1899/04/13
1900/05/10
1900/07/12
1889/12/19
1894/08/23
1894/10/04
1894/10/18
1895/03/07
1895/05/23
1896/01/02
1899/10/05


PAGE

p. 3:7
p. 3:7
p. 3:6
p. 7:5
p. 3:6-7
p. 3:6-7
p. 2:3-4
p. 3:6
p. 3:1
p. 2:6
p. 5:6-7
p. 3:7
p. 3:4
p. 3:7
p. 3:5
p. 6:6
p. 3:4
p. 1:6
p. 2:6
p. 7:4
p. 3:4-5
p. 2:6
p. 7:5-6
p. 6:5
p. 3:6
p. 2:5-6
p. 2:3
p. 3:6-7
p. 7:5
p. 3:5-6
p. 2:5-6
p. 3:3
p. 3:7
p. 3:4
p. 5:5
p. 3:7
p. 6:6
p. 3:7
p. 3:4


NAME


LOCATION DATE


Goldstuker, Otto





















Goldstuker, Otto, Mrs.










Goldstuker, R., Miss

Goldstuker, Rachel


Pensacola





















Pensacola










Pensacola

Pensacola


1875/07/30
1877/08/24
1878/08/02
1879/02/07
1884/02/01
1884/02/08
1885/01/16
1888/06/29
1888/10/12
1889/12/19
1894/10/04
1895/03/28
1895/05/23
1895/07/25
1895/08/08
1896/01/30
1896/11/12
1898/01/27
1898/12/08
1900/07/12
1889/12/19
1894/06/07
1894/10/04
1895/03/28
1895/05/23
1895/06/27
1897/11/18
1898/12/08
1900/03/08
1900/07/12
1897/08/19
1897/12/23
1895/05/23
1895/08/22
1895/08/29
1895/10/03
1896/06/25
1898/10/27
1899/02/16


PAGE

p. 5:5
S7:1
. 6:4-5
97:1
2:1
p. 3:1
2:1-2
P.
*p. 9:4
p. 3:3
P- 3:4
P-

p. 3:5
P. 3:2

P.

P" .
p. 2:5
p- 2:6


P"8:5
P-'






2" 7:6
P. 6.6
P- 6:6

P'
p.
2:5




P- F 6
p,-
P 6:6
P- 7:1-
2:56






P-
P6

P- "-

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p.9


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PERSONAL NAMES INDEX


NAME


LOCATION DATE


Goldstuker, Ray



Golson, Denia
Good, Helen


Gottlieb, Bertie
Gottlieb, Helen



Gottlieb, Sam



Gottlieb, Sam, Mrs.



Grant, Ulysses S.
Greenbaum, Rosa

Greenberg, Arnold
Greenberg, Mr.
Greene, L.Hilton
Greenfield, A., Mrs.
Greenhut, Adolph


Pensacola



Pensacola
Pensacola


Florida
Dunnellon

Florida
Ocala
Dunnellon

Florida
Ocala
Dunnellon

Florida
Ocala
Jacksonville
Jacksonville

Jacksonville
Jacksonville
Pensacola
Jacksonville
Pensacola


1899/02/16
1899/03/02
1900/03/08
1900/12/06
1892/02/11
1885/01/02
1885/01/16
1885/03/13
1900/06/14
1898/01/06
1898/01/06
1900/06/14
1898/06/09
1898/01/06
1898/01/06
1900/06/14
1898/06/09
1898/01/06
1898/01/06
1900/06/14
1898/06/09
1885/08/14
1893/04/27
1893/04/27
1894/08/02
1894/04/12
1899/03/16
1900/06/21
1890/08/28
1891/02/12
1894/01/18
1895/01/17
1896/01/02
1896/01/30
1896/05/07
1896/05/28
1897/01/21
1897/07/01
1899/07/27


PAGE


p. 3:6-7
p. 3:7
p. 2:5
p. 3:4
p. 9:3
p. 7:3
p. 2:1-2
p. 7:3
p. 6:2
p. 6:2
p. 7:5
p. 6:2
p. 6:2
p. 6:2
p. 7:5
p. 6:2
p. 6:2
p. 6:2
p. 7:5
p. 6:2
p. 6:2
p. 8:5
p. 7:3
p. 5:7
p. 3:4
p. 3:4-5
p. 7:2
p. 2:4-5
p. 3:4
p. 5:5
p. 4:2
p. 7:1
p. 3:7
p. 3:7
p. 3:6
p. 6:3
p. 7:5-6
p. 2:7
p. 3:3


NAME


Greenhut, Adolph (cont.)



Greenhut, Adolph, Mrs.

Greenhut, Edna


















Greenhut, Fred

Greenhut, Herman


Greenhut, Mr.
Greenhut, Sarah
Greentree, Bertha
Greentree, Rose

Grundy, Mrs.
Grunthal, Annie



Grunthal, Ernest


LOCATION DATE


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Pensacola 1899/08/31
1899/10/26
1899/11/16
1900/02/15
Pensacola 1889/12/19
1895/06/27
Pensacola 1895/06/27
1896/01/02
1896/03/19
1896/07/30
1896/09/03
1896/12/24
1897/08/19
1897/12/23
1898/01/27
1898/03/10
1898/04/28
1898/06/02
1898/08/18
1899/06/22
1899/08/31
1899/10/26
1899/11/16
Pensacola 1890/08/28
1894/01/18
Pensacola 1896/01/02
1899/04/13
1899/11/16
Pensacola 1895/07/25
Pensacola 1890/08/28
Jacksonville 1887/05/06
Jacksonville 1893/01/19
1893/03/02
Jacksonville 1887/02/25
Jacksonville 1882/12/15
1883/06/15
1883/06/22
1891/04/16
Jacksonville 1892/09/29


PAGE

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p. 3:5
p. 3:7
p. 2:3-4
p. 3:3
p. 8:2
p. 8:2
p. 3:7
p. 3:2
p. 3:2
p. 3:4-5
p. 3:2
p. 3:5
p. 3:6
p. 3:6
p. 2:6
p. 7:5
p. 2:5-6
p. 2:3
p. 3:3
p. 3:3
p. 3:5
p. 3:7
p. 3:4
p. 4:2
p. 3:7
p. 7:5
p. 3:7
p. 7:5
p. 3:4
p. 8:4
p. 3:4
p. 1:4
p. 2:5
p. 201:3-5
p. 410:1-2
p. 423:1
p. 3:5
p. 7:2







Index to Florida Jewish History in the American Israelite


NAME
Grunthal, H.

Grunthal, H., Mrs.
Grunthal, I.






Grunthal, I., Mrs.
Grunthal, Miss
Grunthal, Mrs.
Grunthal, Rudolph
Grunthal, Rudolph, Mrs.
Grunthal, Wallie
Grures, J.T.
Gugenheim, Emma
Gugenheim, Esther
Gugenheim, I.











Gugenheim, I., Mrs.



Gugenheim, Joe



Gugenheim, Julius


LOCATION


DATE


Jacksonville 1888/09/21
1888/11/02
Jacksonville 1892/10/27
Jacksonville 1877/12/21
1879/03/07
1887/02/25
1888/09/21
1893/06/15
1893/08/24
Jacksonville 1893/08/24
Jacksonville 1895/06/27
Jacksonville 1893/12/14
Jacksonville 1899/06/22
Jacksonville 1899/06/22
Jacksonville 1894/04/12
Jacksonville 1883/12/21
Pensacola 1890/08/28
Pensacola 1896/12/17
Pensacola 1884/02/08
1887/05/27
1888/10/12
1890/12/04
1891/02/12
1895/06/27
1896/01/30
1896/09/03
1897/01/21
1897/06/10
1897/10/14
Pensacola 1888/01/13
1895/06/27
1896/09/03
1897/06/10
Pensacola 1896/01/02
1896/12/17
1898/06/02
1898/06/02
Pensacola 1896/01/02
1896/12/17


PAGE
p. 8:3-4
p. 8:2-3
p. 5:7
p. 6:5
p. 6:5
p. 2:5
p. 8:3-4
p. 5:7
p. 3:4
p. 3:4
p. 7:1-2
p. 3:5
p. 2:5
p. 2:5
p. 3:4-5
p. 2:6
p. 3:4
p. 8:2-3
p. 3:1
p. 8:4
p. 9:4
p. 3:3
p. 5:5
p. 8:2
p. 3:7
p. 3:4-5
p. 7:5-6
p. 3:3
p. 3:4-5
p. 7:4
p. 8:2
p. 3:4-5
p. 3:3
p. 3:7
p. 8:2-3
p. 3:6-7
p. 2:5-6
p. 3:7
p. 8:2-3


NAME


Gugenheim, Morris
Gugenheim, Mr.
Gundersheimer, A.
Gundersheimer, A., Mrs.
Gundersheimer, Abe
Gundersheimer, Carrie

Gundersheimer, Dora


Gundersheimer, Jeannette

Gundersheimer, Leon







Gundersheimer, Mrs.

Gutman, Henry, Mrs.
Guttman, Eugene


Guttman, H., Mrs.
Guttman, Rosa




Hahn, Moses
Hahn, S.L.
Hahn, S.L., Mrs.
Halle, Bertha



Halle, Dena


LOCATION DATE
Pensacola 1889/12/19
Pensacola 1888/01/13
Florida 1897/06/17
Florida 1897/06/17
Pensacola 1888/01/13
Pensacola 1885/09/18
1887/05/27
Pensacola 1894/10/04
1894/11/29
1895/08/29
Jacksonville 1885/03/20
Pensacola 1885/02/06
Pensacola 1894/08/23
1895/07/25
1895/10/17
1895/11/14
1896/06/25
1897/04/29
1899/11/16
Pensacola 1894/11/22
1897/01/28
Pensacola 1894/03/08
Pensacola 1888/06/29
1894/07/26
1894/08/02
Pensacola 1895/08/08
Pensacola 1894/06/07
1894/08/23
1894/08/23
1895/02/28
1897/08/19
Jacksonville 1898/10/06
Jacksonville 1898/10/06
Jacksonville 1898/10/06
Florida 1885/03/20
Jacksonville 1885/02/06
1885/02/13
1885/03/13
Jacksonville 1882/12/15


PAGE

p. 3:3


p. 3:5
p. 9:3
p. 6:3
p. 8:4
p. 3:5
S7:2
p. 1:6
6:4
P. 3:5
P. 3:7
p. 3:3

P-
p. 2:2
p. 7:4
p. 3:3
p. 3:2
P3


P. 2

p. 3:1
p. 9:2
P. 7:5
p. 3:5
P. 2:6
P-

P*-

3:5
P-
P-
P-

p. 3
p-
P-. 0
P-

p.







PERSONAL NAMES INDEX


NAME


Halle, Hattie



Halle, Leah

Halle, M., Mrs.
Halle, Miss
Halle, Philip






Halle, Philip, Mrs.

Halle, Rachel




Halle, Ray
Halle, Sadie
Halmark, George S.
Hanteman, Charles
Hanteman, Morris
Harris, Jennie
Harris, Sarah
Harrison, L.
Hart, Bessie

Hart, Lee, Mrs.
Hausman, D.S.
Hausman, Medora V.
Hausman, W.H.
Hauteman, J.


LOCATION DATE

Jacksonville 1882/12/15
1883/06/15
1883/06/22
1887/07/01
Jacksonville 1882/12/15
1890/05/29
Jacksonville 1891/06/25
Jacksonville 1880/03/05
Jacksonville 1877/12/21
1879/03/07
1885/03/20
1887/02/25
1887/07/01
1893/01/19
Jacksonville 1887/07/01
1900/05/10
Jacksonville 1882/12/15
1883/06/15
1883/06/22
1886/06/18
1890/06/05
Jacksonville 1892/06/30
Jacksonville 1882/01/13
Pensacola 1895/09/05
Pensacola 1895/07/25
Pensacola 1895/07/25
Jacksonville 1893/01/19
Jacksonville 1894/03/01
Starke 1884/01/04
Tampa 1897/12/23
1898/01/06
Tampa 1898/01/06
Pensacola 1899/07/27
Lake City 1876/02/11
Lake City 1876/02/11
Pensacola 1895/05/23
1895/06/27
1895/08/29
1897/12/23


PAGE


p. 201:3-5
p. 410:1-2
p. 423:1
p. 6:6-7:1
p. 201:3-5
p. 1:7
p. 8:2
p. 6:3
p. 6:5
p. 6:5
p. 6:4
p. 2:5
p. 6:6-7:1
p. 3:4
p. 6:6-7:1
p. 2:5
p. 201:3-5
p. 410:1-2
p. 423:1
p. 3:2-4
p. 5:2
p. 3:4
p. 231:3
p. 3:4
p. 3:3
p. 3:3
p. 3:4
p. 7:4
p. 7:2
p. 7:4
p. 3:4
p. 3:4
p. 3:3
p. 7:2
p. 7:2
p. 6:6
p. 8:2
p. 1:6
p. 3:6


NAME
Hauteman, J. (continued)
Hauteman, J., Mrs.

Hauteman, Miss
Hauteman, Sadie
Heinberg
Heinberg, Ben

Heinberg, Bros.
Heinberg, CJ.


LOCATION DATE


Pensacola
Pensacola

Pensacola
Pensacola
Pensacola
Pensacola

Pensacola
Pensacola


1898/10/27
1895/06/27
1897/12/23
1895/08/29
1896/12/17
1894/08/23
1896/12/17
1900/12/06
1889/12/19
1884/02/01
1885/01/16
1888/03/30
1889/12/19
1890/04/03
1891/02/12
1894/08/23
1894/08/30
1895/08/29
1896/01/30
1897/02/11
1897/03/04
1897/04/29
1898/05/05
1898/06/02
1898/07/21
1898/08/18
1898/10/27
1899/03/16
1888/03/30
1894/08/23
1894/10/04
1895/03/28
1895/05/23
1897/03/04
1898/05/05
1898/06/02
1898/07/21
1898/08/18
1898/10/27


PAGE

p. 3:5-6
p. 8:2
p. 3:6
p. 1:6
p. 8:2-3
p. 3:7
p. 8:2-3
p. 3:4
p. 3:3
p. 2:1
p. 2:1-2
p. 7:1-2
p. 3:3
p. 7:2
p. 5:5
p. 3:7
p. 3:3
p. 1:6
p. 3:7
p. 7:1
p. 6:5
p. 3:4
p. 2:4
p. 2:5-6
p. 6:4
p. 2:3
p. 3:5-6
p. 7:2
p. 7:1-2
p. 3:7
p. 3:4
p. 3:5
p. 6:6
p. 6:5
p. 2:4
p. 2:5-6
p. 6:4
p. 2:3
p. 3:5-6







Index to Florida Jewish History in the American Israelite


NAME


LOCATION DATE


Heinberg, C.J. (continued)

Heinberg, C.J., Mrs.
Heinberg, Esther
Heinberg, Florence




Heinberg, Fred
Heinberg, Gertie
Heinberg, Herman



Heinberg, Israel








Heinberg, Israel, Mrs.



Heinberg, Johanna
Heinberg, Julius








Heinberg, Julius, Mrs.


Pensacola

Pensacola
Pensacola
Pensacola




Pensacola
Pensacola
Pensacola



Pensacola








Pensacola



Pensacola
Pensacola








Pensacola


1899/06/22
1900/05/10
1900/12/06
1896/12/17
1896/01/02
1896/12/17
1899/08/10
1900/06/07
1900/12/06
1900/12/06
1896/07/30
1883/10/19
1885/01/02
1885/01/16
1885/03/13
1887/03/18
1887/05/27
1887/09/02
1887/09/16
1895/08/29
1895/09/05
1900/10/11
1900/10/25
1896/06/25
1896/07/30
1899/10/26
1899/11/16
1885/01/02
1885/01/02
1886/02/26
1887/09/16
1888/09/21
1894/01/18
1895/10/17
1896/12/17
1897/07/22
1895/03/28
1896/01/30
1897/12/23


PAGE

p. 3:3
p. 3:5-6
p. 3:4
p. 8:2-3
p. 3:7
p. 8:2-3
p. 2:5
p. 2:4-5
p. 3:4
p. 3:4
p. 3:2
p. 4:6
p. 7:3
p. 2:1-2
p. 7:3
p. 2:4
p. 8:4
p. 9:2-3
p. 8:1-2
p. 1:6
p. 3:4
p. 2:5
p. 3:6
p. 3:3
p. 3:2
p. 3:5
p. 3:7
p. 7:3
p. 7:3
p. 9:4
p. 8:1-2
p. 8:5
p. 4:2
p. 2:6
p. 8:2-3
p. 3:3
p. 3:5
p. 3:7
p. 3:6


NAME


LOCATION DATE


Heinberg, Julius, Mrs. (cont.) Pensacola


Heinberg, Lena, Mrs.
Heinberg, Max J.







Heinberg, Mrs.
Heinberg, Regina

Heinberg, Rosalie
Heinberg, Sadie

Heinberg, Sarah









Heinberg, Simon
Heller, Max

Hellman, Chas
Hellman, Chas, Mrs.
Henecan, Maggie
Herman (Family)
Herskowitz, Aaron
Hertzfelt, Julius

Herzog, Ida
Herzog, Sadie
Hess, Alfred


Pensacola
Pensacola







Pensacola
Pensacola

Pensacola
Pensacola

Pensacola









Pensacola
Pensacola

Jacksonville
Jacksonville
Pensacola
Florida
Pensacola
Pensacola

Jacksonville
Jacksonville
Jacksonville


1898/10/27
1900/12/06
1895/08/29
1889/12/19
1894/08/30
1898/06/02
1898/07/21
1898/08/18
1899/11/16
1900/07/12
1895/08/29
1889/12/19
1896/12/17
1891/07/23
1896/06/25
1896/07/30
1896/01/02
1896/05/07
1896/05/28
1896/12/17
1898/05/05
1899/08/10
1900/05/10
1900/10/11
1900/12/06
1900/12/06
1896/03/19
1896/05/07
1895/06/13
1895/06/13
1895/08/22
1884/10/17
1898/01/27
1898/12/08
1898/12/08
1900/06/21
1895/06/27
1891/08/13
1891/10/22


PAGE

p. 3:5-6
P. 3:4
1:6
p. 3:3
p. 3:3
p. 2:5-6
P. 6:4
2:3
P. 2:5
P. 3-7
2:5-6
p- 1-6,
P.
p. 3:3




p. 3:7
:2-3
p. 7:5



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5-6
p.

P-
63:








P.
P.



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P-
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PERSONAL NAMES INDEX


NAME

Hess, G.
Hess, J.B.











Hess, J.B., Mrs.








Hess, Nathan
Hess, Sig












Hess, Sig, Mrs.



Hessbrik, Rena
Heyman, M.
Hildesheimer, Israel


LOCATION DATE


Jacksonville 1891/09/17
Jacksonville 1885/11/13
1887/01/21
1888/01/13
1888/09/21
1889/01/17
1889/03/28
1890/05/29
1890/09/11
1891/05/02
1891/09/17
1893/07/06
Jacksonville 1885/02/06
1888/01/13
1889/01/17
1890/05/29
1891/05/02
1892/09/29
1893/07/06
1894/02/08
Jacksonville 1891/09/17
Jacksonville 1886/08/06
1887/12/23
1888/01/13
1888/04/20
1888/09/21
1888/11/02
1889/01/17
1889/03/28
1891/08/13
1891/10/22
1894/03/01
Jacksonville 1888/09/21
1889/01/17
1891/08/13
1894/08/02
Pensacola 1899/03/02
Florida 1877/07/20
Jacksonville 1900/09/13


PAGE

p. 5:7
p. 6:4
p. 7:1
p. 9:2
p. 8:3-4
p. 5:4-5
p. 2:3
p. 1:7
p. 2:6
p. 1:6
p. 5:7
p. 3:2
p. 2:1
p. 9:2
p. 5:4-5
p. 1:7
p. 1:6
p. 7:2
p. 3:2
p. 5:5
p. 5:7
p. 6:4-5
p. 7:4
p. 9:2
p. 7:1;7:4
p. 8:3-4
p. 8:2-3
p. 5:4-5
p. 2:3
p. 7:5
p. 7:5
p. 7:4
p. 8:3-4
p. 5:4-5
p. 7:5
p. 3:4
p. 3:7
p. 2:5
p. 4:5


NAME

Hiller, Mona
Hilliard, J.M.
Hirsch, Emma
Hirsch, Harry Manassah



Hirsch, M.M., Mrs.
Hirsch, Sigmund
Hirschberg, J.


Hirschberg, J., Mrs.
Hirschman, B.














Hirschman, B., Mrs.









Hirschman, brothers


LOCATION DATE


Ocala
Pensacola
Jacksonville
Jacksonville



Jacksonville
Ocala
Jacksonville
Tallahassee

Tallahassee
Pensacola














Pensacola









Pensacola


1899/01/12
1895/09/05
1885/02/06
1899/06/22
1899/06/22
1900/05/10
1900/05/31
1896/04/30
1899/01/12
1895/06/27
1898/07/07
1898/07/14
1898/07/07
1895/10/03
1895/10/17
1895/11/14
1896/01/02
1896/03/19
1896/07/30
1896/12/17
1897/10/14
1898/08/18
1899/10/05
1900/01/18
1900/09/27
1900/10/25
1895/10/17
1895/11/14
1896/03/19
1896/07/30
1897/10/14
1898/08/18
1899/10/05
1900/01/18
1900/09/27
1895/01/31
1895/10/03
1896/09/03
1897/07/22


PAGE

p. 3:4
p. 3:4
p. 2:1
p. 7:4
p. 2:5
p. 2:5
p. 7:2
p. 6:5
p. 3:4
p. 7:1-2
p. 2:3
p. 2:4
p. 2:3
p. 2:6
p. 2:2
p. 7:4
p. 3:7
p. 3:2
p. 3:2
p. 8:2-3
p. 3:4-5
p. 2:3
p. 3:4
p. 7:3
p. 7:2
p. 3:6
p. 2:2
p. 7:4
p. 3:2
p. 3:2
p. 3:4-5
p. 2:3
p. 3:4
p. 7:3
p. 7:2
p. 3:4
p. 2:6
p. 3:4-5
p. 3:3







Index to Florida Jewish History in the American Israelite


NAME


LOCATION DATE


Hirschman, C.

Hirschman (family)




Hirschman, Gertie



















Hirschman, Hannah


Hirschman, Hessie
Hirschman, I.

Hirschman, Ike


Pensacola

Pensacola




Pensacola



















Pensacola


Pensacola
Pensacola

Pensacola


1895/11/14
1896/09/03
1896/06/25
1897/06/10
1898/08/18
1899/06/22
1900/05/10
1895/11/14
1897/01/21
1897/10/14
1897/12/23
1898/01/27
1898/06/02
1898/08/18
1899/06/22
1899/10/05
1899/10/26
1899/11/16
1899/11/16
1900/01/18
1900/05/10
1900/07/12
1900/09/27
1900/10/11
1900/10/25
1895/11/14
1900/10/25
1900/12/06
1896/12/17
1898/06/02
1900/10/25
1895/08/22
1897/01/21
1897/01/28
1897/02/11
1897/04/29
1897/07/01
1897/10/14
1898/01/27


PAGE

p. 7:4
p. 3:4-5
p. 3:3
p. 3:3
p. 2:3
p. 3:3
p. 3:5-6
p. 7:4
p. 7:5-6
p. 3:4-5
p. 3:6
p. 3:6
p. 2:5-6
p. 2:3
p. 3:3
p. 3:4
p. 3:5
p. 3:7
p. 3:7
p. 7:3
p. 3:5-6
p. 2:5-6
p. 7:2
p. 2:5
p. 3:6
p. 7:4
p. 3:6
p. 3:4
p. 8:2-3
p. 2:5-6
p. 3:6
p. 3:4
p. 7:5-6
p. 2:6
p. 7:1
p. 3:4
p. 2:7
p. 3:4-5
p. 3:6


NAME


LOCATION DATE


Hirschman, Ike (continued) Pensacola


Hirschman, Ike, Mrs.
Hirschman, Isaac

















Hirschman, L.B.


Pensacola
Pensacola

















Pensacola


1898/04/28
1898/06/02
1898/08/18
1899/02/16
1900/03/29
1900/03/29
1897/12/23
1894/06/07
1894/06/28
1894/07/12
1894/08/23
1894/08/30
1894/10/04
1894/10/18
1894/11/22
1894/12/06
1895/03/28
1895/05/23
1895/07/25
1895/11/14
1896/01/30
1896/06/25
1898/08/18
1895/03/07
1895/05/23
1895/07/04
1895/07/25
1896/01/30
1896/03/19
1896/06/25
1896/07/30
1897/01/21
1897/01/28
1897/07/22
1897/10/14
1897/12/23
1898/01/27
1898/06/02
1898/08/18


pAGE
P.7:5
p. 3:6-7
p. 2:3
p 3:67
S7:2-3
p. 7:2-3
p. 3:6




P3:7
P. 3 3
P-


p. 3:4
P. 5



p 7:4
p. 3-4






p.3:7

P. 3:
P.

P 3:

P-


P-61
P.




P- 6-
p- 5:




P-" 6:
7:5









P-.

P-
p. 7:45




p.
p-
p:
p
P. 2-
p 7-73


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PERSONAL NAMES INDEX


NAME


LOCATION DATE


Hirschman, L.B. (continued) Pensacola


Hirschman, Lep










Hirschman, Minnie

















Hirschman, Miss
Hirschman, Mr.


Hirschman, Mrs.


Hirschman, S.B.


Pensacola










Pensacola

















Pensacola
Pensacola


Pensacola


Pensacola


1898/12/08
1899/07/27
1900/02/15
1900/07/12
1900/10/25
1893/11/16
1894/06/28
1894/08/02
1894/08/23
1894/08/30
1894/10/04
1894/10/18
1895/08/22
1896/12/17
1897/04/29
1895/11/14
1896/06/25
1896/07/30
1897/08/19
1897/12/23
1898/01/27
1898/03/10
1898/12/08
1899/02/16
1899/10/05
1899/11/16
1900/07/12
1900/08/30
1900/09/27
1900/10/11
1900/10/25
1899/10/26
1896/06/25
1899/10/26
1899/11/16
1896/06/25
1899/10/26
1899/11/16
1895/11/14


PAGE


p. 2:5-6
p. 3:3
p. 2:3-4
p. 2:5-6
p. 3:6
p. 2:2
p. 3:2
p. 3:5
p. 3:7
p. 3:3
p. 3:4
p. 5:5
p. 3:4
p. 8:2-3
p. 3:4
p. 7:4
p. 3:3
p. 3:2
p. 3:5
p. 3:6
p. 3:6
p. 2:6
p. 2:5-6
p. 3:6-7
p. 3:4
p. 3:7
p. 2:5-6
p. 2:6
p. 7:2
p. 2:5
p. 3:6
p. 3:5
p. 3:3
p. 3:5
p. 3:7
p. 3:3
p. 3:5
p. 3:7
p. 7:4


NAME


Hirsh, Miss
Hoffman, Ray
Hoffman, Simon, M.
Hoflin, Florence
Hohenberg, Emma
Hohenberg, Jennie
Holstein, Alf.
Holzer, Dena

Holzer, Diane
Honner, Mr.
Honner, Mrs.
Hough, Maurice
Hudridge, Lue Patti
Hudson, A.
Huff, J., Mrs.










Huff, Jacob


LOCATION DATE
Jacksonville 1880/03/05
Jacksonville 1892/04/07
Jacksonville 1893/04/27
Jacksonville 1900/05/10
Ocala 1890/07/17
Ocala 1897/03/18
Jacksonville 1888/01/13
Pensacola 1898/04/28
1899/06/22
Pensacola 1896/12/24
Jacksonville 1894/02/08
Jacksonville 1894/02/08
Jacksonville 1883/06/22
Jacksonville 1883/12/21
Pensacola 1883/10/19
Jacksonville 1880/03/05
1885/02/06
1888/09/21
1889/01/17
1890/05/29
1891/02/12
1891/09/17
1893/05/25
1893/07/06
1894/04/26
Jacksonville 1874/05/15
1877/03/02
1877/12/21
1880/02/13
1880/05/21
1882/09/29
1885/01/16
1885/02/06
1885/03/20
1885/05/15
1885/05/22
1885/05/29
1885/07/24
1885/10/16


PAGE

p. 6:3
p. 7:1
p. 5:7
p. 2:5
p. 7:5
p. 3:5
p. 9:2
p. 7:5
p. 3:3
p. 3:2
p. 5:5
p. 5:5
p. 423:1
p. 2:6
p. 4:6
p. 6:3
p. 2:1
p. 8:3-4
p. 5:4-5
p. 1:7
p. 5:5
p. 5:7
p. 3:3
p. 3:2
p. 3:7
p. 6:5
p. 6:5
p. 6:5
p. 6:3
p. 2:3
p. 112:5-6
p. 2:1
p. 2:1
p. 6:4
p. 3:2
p. 3:3
p. 3:2
p. 9:4
p. 9:1







Index to Florida Jewish History in the American Israelite


NAME

Huff, Jacob (continued)















Huff, Mannie
Huff, Maurice






Huff, Percy

Huff, Perez







Hughes, Manie
Hulett, Miss
Hutman, Prof.
Hutzler, S.
Hyman, M.

Ikelheimer, I.E.
Ingersoll, Bob
Isaac, E.


LOCATION DATE

Jacksonville 1886/01/22
1887/01/21
1888/09/21
1888/10/19
1889/01/17
1889/06/06
1890/05/29
1891/02/12
1891/09/17
1892/02/11
1893/01/19
1893/05/25
1893/07/06
1894/04/26
Jacksonville 1891/08/13
Jacksonville 1882/12/15
1883/06/15
1891/02/12
1891/05/02
1892/09/29
1893/03/02
Jacksonville 1894/04/26
1894/08/02
Jacksonville 1882/12/15
1889/01/17
1890/05/29
1890/09/11
1893/04/27
1894/03/01
1897/09/09
Jacksonville 1883/12/21
Jacksonville 1880/03/05
Pensacola 1885/01/16
Jacksonville 1893/07/06
Pensacola 1875/01/01
1875/07/30
Jacksonville 1883/01/19
Jacksonville 1896/05/14
Jacksonville 1891/02/12


PAGE
p. 8:2
p.7:1
p. 8:3-4
p. 6:5
p. 5:4-5
p. 2:4-5
p. 1:7
p. 5:5
p. 5:7
p. 4:2-3
p. 3:4
p. 3:3
p. 3:2
p. 3:7
p. 7:5
p. 201:3-5
p. 410:1-2
p. 5:5
p. 1:6
p. 7:2
p. 1:4
p. 3:7
p. 3:4
p. 201:3-5
p. 5:4-5
p. 1:7
p. 2:6
p. 5:7
p. 7:4
p. 7:5
p. 2:6
p. 6:3
p. 2:1-2
p. 3:2
p. 6:3
p. 5:5
p. 242:3-5
p. 6:5
p. 5:5


NAME
Isaac, Mr.
Isaacs, Belle


Isaacs, C.M.
Isaacs, C.M., Mrs.
Isaacs, Irving C.

Isaacs, Lester L.
Isaacs, Sam









Isaacs, Sam, Mrs.


Iseman, Dave
Iseman, Fannie



Iseman, M.
Iseman, M., Mrs.


Iseman, Maxie
Iseman, Sol



Iseman, Sol, Mrs.


Israel (Family)
Israel, Carrie


Jacksonville


1883/03/23


LOCATION DATE
Jacksonville 1891/10/22
Jacksonville 1894/03/01
1894/04/12
Jacksonville 1900/06/21
Jacksonville 1900/06/21
Jacksonville 1899/11/02
1900/06/21
Florida 1897/07/08
Pensacola 1894/06/28
1894/08/23
1894/10/04
1894/10/04
1894/10/18
1895/03/07
1895/03/28
1895/05/23
1899/07/27
Pensacola 1895/05/23
1898/04/28
1900/12/06
Jacksonville 1889/03/14
Jacksonville 1887/02/25
1889/03/14
1889/06/06
1891/10/22
Jacksonville 1889/01/17
Jacksonville 1889/01/17
1889/03/14
1889/06/06
Jacksonville 1892/04/07
Jacksonville 1888/01/13
1888/09/21
1888/11/02
1893/03/02
Jacksonville 1892/04/07
1893/01/19
1893/03/02
Florida 1884/10/17


PAGE
p. 7:5
P ---4
p. 3:4-5
P. 2:4-5
.2:4-5
P. 2:4"5
7 : 5
p. 6:3
P
p. 3:2

3:

P. 3:
S5:5



S3:5

P-



p. 2-5
66





P- 3:.4
P.
P.







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P* 7:5






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P
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P-
p.





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P.



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P* 4:4
Ps







PERSONAL NAMES INDEX


NAME

Israel, Daisy











Israel, Gertie


Israel, J.





Israel, Jacob


Israel, Julius
Israel, Julius, Mrs.
Israel, Lillian
Israel, Mrs.
Israel, Pauline


Israel, Rosetta

Israel, S.
Israel, Sam
J.O.L.
Jacobs, Ben
Jacobs, Dora
Jacobs, F.
Jacobs, Joe
Jacobs, Julia


LOCATION DATE


PAGE


Jacksonville 1887/07/01 p. 6:6-7:1


1889/01/17
1889/03/14
1891/03/12
1893/03/02
1894/03/01
1894/04/12
1894/04/26
1894/08/02
1894/10/04
Ocala 1894/09/20
Jacksonville 1888/01/13
1889/01/17
1889/04/04
Jacksonville 1894/10/04
Pensacola 1890/01/23
1891/02/12
1891/09/03
1892/06/16
Pensacola 1886/03/19
1886/03/19
1886/07/02
Ocala 1894/09/20
Ocala 1894/09/20
Pensacola 1896/12/17
Pensacola 1886/07/02
Jacksonville 1891/06/25
1894/03/01
1894/10/04
Pensacola 1896/01/02
1896/12/17
Pensacola 1899/03/02
Pensacola 1886/03/19
Florida 1879/03/28
Pensacola 1888/09/21
Jacksonville 1882/12/15
Jacksonville 1891/03/12
Pensacola 1895/06/27
Jacksonville 1880/03/05


p. 5:4-5
p. 2:1-2
p. 5:7
p. 1:4
p. 7:4
p. 7:4
p. 3:7
p. 3:4
p. 7:5-6
p. 6:5
p. 9:2
p. 5:4-5
p. 6:5
p. 7:5-6
p. 2:6
p. 5:5
p. 2:1
p. 2:1
p. 9:3
p. 10:1
p. 10:1
p. 6:5
p. 6:5
p. 8:2-3
p. 10:1
p. 8:2
p. 7:4
p. 7:5-6
p. 3:7
p. 8:2-3
p. 3:7
p. 10:1
p. 4:2
p. 8:5
p. 201:3-5
p. 5:7
p. 8:2
p. 6:3


NAME


Jacobs, L
Jacobs, L., Mrs.
Jacobs, Mr.
Jacobson, D.
Jacobson, Leo
Jacoby, Callie
Jacoby, G.H.

Jacoby, Gabe
Jacoby, Gabe, Mrs.
Jacoby, H.
Jacoby, Jacob
Jacoby, Jas L.
Jacoby, Joe








Jacoby, Jos.

Jacoby, Jos., Mrs.

Jacoby, Laz











Jacoby, Laz, Mrs.


LOCATION DATE


PAGE


Pensacola
Pensacola
Jacksonville
Florida
Jacksonville
Pensacola
Pensacola

Pensacola
Pensacola
Pensacola
Pensacola
Pensacola
Pensacola








Pensacola

Jacksonville
Pensacola
Pensacola











Pensacola


1898/12/08
1898/12/08
1880/03/05
1884/10/17
1893/01/19
1878/04/19
1884/02/01
1884/07/18
1884/03/21
1884/03/21
1886/01/29
1886/01/29
1900/06/07
1894/08/30
1894/10/04
1894/10/04
1894/10/18
1895/10/17
1895/11/14
1896/01/30
1896/12/17
1888/09/21
1897/09/16
1893/01/19
1897/09/16
1883/09/21
1884/02/01
1884/06/20
1884/07/18
1885/09/18
1886/01/29
1887/09/02
1888/09/21
1895/06/27
1896/01/30
1897/07/22
1887/09/02
1888/09/21
1895/06/27


p. 2:5-6
p. 2:5-6
p. 6:3
p. 2:1-2
p. 3:4
p. 7:1
p. 2:1
p. 2:2
p. 2:6
p. 2:6
p. 10:1
p. 10:1
p. 2:4-5
p. 3:3
p. 3:5
p. 3:4
p. 5:5
p. 2:6
p. 7:4
p. 3:7
p. 8:2-3
p. 8:5
p. 3:3
p. 3:4
p. 3:3
p. 2:3
p. 2:1
p. 5:5
p. 2:2
p. 6:3
p. 10:1
p. 9:2-3
p. 8:5
p. 8:2
p. 3:7
p. 3:3
p. 9:2-3
p. 8:5
p. 8:2







Index to Florida Jewish History in the American Israelite


NAME


LOCATION DATE


Jacoby, Laz, Mrs. (continued) Pensacola


Jacoby, Leon
Jacoby, Lillian
Jacoby, Lillie
Jacoby, Lillie Amelia Theresa
Jacoby, Mitch



Jacoby, Mr.
Jacoby, Mrs.
Jacoby, Netta




facoby, Nettie











(acoby, Theresa
laffe, Mr.
Jaffe, Mrs.
Johnson, E.J.
[ones, Katie


Joseph, Harry, Mrs.

Joseph, Mr.
Kahn, A.J.


Pensacola
Pensacola
Pensacola
Pensacola
Jacksonville


Pensacola
Pensacola
Pensacola
Pensacola




Pensacola











Pensacola
Pensacola
Pensacola
Pensacola
Jacksonville


Pensacola

Florida
Pensacola


1897/11/18
1900/03/29
1896/01/02
1900/06/07
1896/01/02
1897/09/16
1884/12/10
1885/02/06
1886/05/07
1886/01/29
1888/01/13
1900/03/29
1894/10/04
1894/10/18
1895/03/07
1895/04/25
1896/01/02
1884/07/18
1887/09/02
1887/09/16
1888/03/30
1889/12/19
1889/12/19
1890/08/28
1894/07/26
1894/08/23
1894/08/30
1894/10/04
1896/12/17
1897/06/24
1897/06/24
1897/06/10
1884/10/10
1885/01/30
1885/05/29
1898/12/15
1899/08/31
1884/10/17
1900/10/25


PAGE
p. 7:1
p. 7:2-3
p. 3:7
p. 2:4-5
p. 3:7
p. 3:3
p. 7:2
p. 9:5
p. 5:6
p. 10:1
p. 7:4
p. 7:2-3
p. 3:4
p. 5:5
p. 3:7
p. 3:2
p. 3:7
p. 2:2
p. 9:2-3
p. 8:1-2
p. 7:1-2
p. 3:3
p. 3:3
p. 3:4
p. 7:5
p. 3:7
p. 3:3
p. 3:5
p. 8:2-3
p. 6:2
p. 6:2
p. 3:3
p. 7:2
p. 3:5
p. 6:6
p. 2:5
p. 2:4
p. 2:1-2
p. 3:6


NAME


Kahn, Abe J.
Kahn, Ada









Kahn, Alex












Kahn, Alex L.


Kahn, Alex L., Mrs.
Kahn, C.
Kahn, Caroline
Kahn, Cora
Kahn, Eunice
Kahn, F., Mrs.
Kahn, Fannie


LOCATION DATE


Pensacola
Pensacola









Pensacola












Pensacola


Pensacola
Pensacola
Pensacola
Jacksonville
Pensacola
Jacksonville
Pensacola


1894/11/22
1894/06/07
1894/06/28
1894/07/26
1894/08/23
1894/08/30
1894/10/04
1894/10/18
1894/11/15
1894/11/22
1889/12/19
1891/02/12
1894/06/28
1894/08/23
1894/08/30
1894/10/04
1894/10/18
1895/05/23
1895/07/25
1895/08/22
1897/04/29
1899/04/13
1894/08/02
1894/08/23
1900/06/07
1900/06/07
1891/02/12
1887/05/27
1889/06/06
1899/02/16
1894/02/08
1889/12/19
1894/06/07
1894/06/28
1894/06/28
1894/07/12
1894/07/26
1894/08/02
1894/08/23


PAGE

p.7:4
p. 2:6
p. 3:2
p.7:5
p. 3:7
p. 3:3
p. 3:4
p. 5:5
p. 1:6
p. 7:4
p. 3:3
p. 5:5
p. 3:2
p. 3:7
p. 3:3
p. 3:4
p. 5:5
p. 6:6
p. 3:3
p. 3:4
p. 3:4
P. 7:5
p. 3:7

p. 2:4-5
p. 2:4-5
p. 5:5
p. 8:4
p. 2:4-5
P-I
p. 3:6-7
p. 5:5
p. 3:3
S2:6
3:2
P-2
p. 3:2
P-
p. 5:6-7
P- 7:5
p. 3:5
P. 3:7







PERSONAL NAMES INDEX


NAME


Kahn, Fannie (continued)






















Kahn, Harry














Kahn, Harry, Mrs.
Kahn, J.


LOCATION DATE

Pensacola 1894/08/30
1894/09/06
1894/10/04
1894/10/04
1894/10/04
1894/10/18
1894/11/22
1894/11/22
1895/03/07
1895/03/28
1895/07/04
1895/07/25
1895/08/29
1895/10/03
1896/01/02
1896/01/30
1896/07/30
1897/01/28
1897/04/29
1897/07/22
Pensacola 1891/02/12
1894/06/28
1894/07/12
1894/08/23
1894/08/30
1894/10/04
1894/10/18
1894/11/22
1896/01/02
1898/06/02
1899/02/16
1899/04/13
1900/03/08
Pensacola 1900/03/08
Jacksonville 1888/09/21
1889/01/31
1889/04/04
1889/06/06
1892/08/18


PAGE


p. 3:3
p. 3:1
p. 3:4
p. 3:5
p. 3:4
p. 5:5
p. 7:4
p. 7:4
p. 3:7
p. 3:5
p. 3:5
p. 3:3
p. 1:6
p. 2:6
p. 3:7
p. 3:7
p. 3:2
p. 2:6
p. 3:4
p. 3:3
p. 5:5
p. 3:2
p. 5:6-7
p. 3:7
p. 3:3
p. 3:4
p. 5:5
p. 7:4
p. 3:7
p. 2:5-6
p. 3:6-7
p. 7:5
p. 2:5
p. 2:5
p. 8:3-4
p. 3:3-4
p. 6:5
p. 2:4-5
p. 3:2


NAME


Kahn, J. (continued)













Kahn, Jacob
















Kahn, Jacob, Mrs.






Kahn, Joseph
Kahn, L.



Kahn, L., Mrs.


LOCATION DATE


Pensacola













Pensacola
















Pensacola






Jacksonville
Jacksonville
Pensacola


Pensacola


1894/07/12
1894/07/26
1894/08/09
1894/08/23
1894/08/23
1894/08/30
1894/10/18
1894/11/22
1894/12/06
1895/01/03
1895/01/31
1895/02/21
1879/05/16
1883/01/26
1885/01/16
1888/10/12
1889/12/19
1894/06/07
1894/10/04
1894/11/22
1895/03/28
1896/01/30
1896/07/30
1896/09/03
1896/11/12
1898/06/02
1899/08/10
1888/01/13
1894/11/22
1895/03/28
1896/09/03
1898/06/02
1900/08/30
1889/03/14
1891/04/16
1875/01/01
1875/07/30
1876/08/04
1896/01/30


PAGE

p. 5:6-7
p. 7:5
p. 3:1
p. 3:7
p. 3:7
p. 3:3
p. 5:5
p. 7:4
p. 7:5
p. 5:6
p. 3:4
p. 4:6-7
p. 7:3
p. 251:2
p. 2:1-2
p. 9:4
p. 3:3
p. 2:6
p. 3:4
p. 7:4
p. 3:5
p. 3:7
p. 3:2
p. 3:4-5
p. 2:6
p. 2:5-6
p. 3:2
p. 7:4
p. 7:4
p. 3:5
p. 3:4-5
p. 2:5-6
p. 2:6
p. 2:1-2
p. 3:5
p. 6:3
p. 5:5
p. 5:3
p. 3:7







Index to Florida Jewish History in the American Israelite


LOCATION DATE


Kahn, Lazar
Kahn, Louise































Kahn, Max



Kahn, MaxJ.


Pensacola
Pensacola































Pensacola



Pensacola


PAGE


1899/04/13
1894/08/23
1894/08/30
1894/10/04
1894/10/18
1895/01/03
1895/01/31
1895/02/21
1895/04/11
1895/04/25
1895/05/23
1895/10/03
1895/10/31
1895/11/14
1896/01/30
1896/04/02
1896/07/30
1896/12/17
1897/04/29
1897/06/10
1897/12/23
1898/03/10
1898/06/02
1898/10/27
1898/12/22
1899/04/13
1900/03/08
1900/08/30
1900/12/06
1894/08/23
1894/10/18
1895/08/22
1896/01/30
1894/10/04
1894/11/22
1895/05/23
1895/10/17
1895/11/14
1899/04/13


NAME


p. 7:5
p. 3:7
p. 3:3
p. 3:4
p. 5:5
p. 5:6
p. 3:4
p. 3:2
p. 3:4
p. 3:2
p. 6:6
p. 2:6
p. 3:5
p. 7:4
p. 3:7
p. 3:3
p. 3:2
p. 8:2-3
p. 3:4
p. 3:3
p. 3:6
p. 2:6
p. 3:6-7
p. 3:5-6
p. 7:1
p. 7:5
p. 2:5
p. 2:6
p. 3:4
p. 3:7
p. 5:5
p. 3:4
p. 3:7
p. 3:4
p. 7:4
p. 6:6
p. 2:2
p. 7:4
p. 7:5


NAME


LOCATION DATE


Kahn, MaxJ. (continued)



Kahn, Max J., Mrs.
Kahn, Max L
































Kahn, Max L., Mrs.


Pensacola



Pensacola
Pensacola
































Pensacola


1899/08/31
1899/10/26
1899/11/16
1900/08/30
1900/08/30
1894/06/28
1894/07/12
1894/08/30
1894/09/06
1894/10/04
1894/11/22
1895/07/04
1895/07/25
1895/08/29
1895/10/03
1896/01/02
1896/01/30
1896/07/30
1897/01/28
1897/04/29
1897/07/22
1898/01/27
1898/06/02
1899/04/13
1899/10/26
1899/11/16
1900/01/11
1900/01/18
1900/02/15
1900/04/19
1900/05/10
1900/05/24
1900/06/07
1900/10/11
1900/05/24
1900/08/16
1900/08/30
1900/10/11
1900/12/06


PAGE

p. 3:3
p. 3:5
p. 3:7
p. 2:6
p. 2:6
p. 3:2
p. 5:6-7
p. 3:3
p. 3:1
p. 3:4
p. 7:4
p. 3:5
p. 3:3
p. 1:6
p. 2:6
p. 3:7
p. 3:7
p. 3:2
p. 2:6
p. 3:4
p. 3:3
p. 3:6
p. 2:5-6
p. 7:5
p. 3:5
p. 3:7
p. 7:5
p. 7:3
p. 2:3-4
p. 3:2
p. 3:5-6
p. 2:6
p. 2:4-5
p. 2:5
p. 2:6
p. 3:4
p. 2:6
p. 2:5
p. 3:4







PERSONAL NAMES INDEX


LOCATION DATE


NAME

Kahn, Miss

Kahn, Mollie






Kahn, Mr.

Kahn, Mrs.
Kahn, Nettie



Kahn, S.

Kahn, S., Mrs.









Kahn, Sam

Kahn, Sarah






Kahn, Sarah J.


Jacksonville
Pensacola
Pensacola






Jacksonville
Pensacola
Pensacola
Pensacola



Pensacola

Pensacola









Pensacola

Pensacola






Pensacola


PAGE


1893/05/25
1899/02/16
1895/07/25
1896/01/02
1896/12/17
1898/06/02
1898/06/02
1900/12/06
1894/02/08
1899/11/16
1899/11/16
1884/07/18
1885/09/18
1886/12/10
1887/05/27
1900/06/07
1900/11/08
1894/07/12
1894/08/09
1895/04/11
1895/05/23
1895/06/27
1897/06/10
1897/12/23
1900/03/08
1900/08/30
1899/04/13
1899/11/16
1895/04/11
1895/06/27
1897/06/10
1897/12/23
1900/08/30
1900/12/06
1895/07/25
1897/07/22
1898/10/27
1899/02/16
1899/04/13


NAME


p. 3:3
p. 3:6-7
p. 3:3
p. 3:7
p. 8:2-3
p. 3:6-7
p. 2:5-6
p. 3:4
p. 5:5
p. 3:7
p. 3:7
p. 2:2
p. 6:6
p. 9:4
p. 8:4
p. 2:4-5
p. 2:4
p. 5:6-7
p. 3:4
p. 3:4
p. 6:6
p. 8:2
p. 3:3
p. 3:6
p. 2:5
p. 2:6
p. 7:5
p. 3:7
p. 3:4
p. 8:2
p. 3:3
p. 3:6
p. 2:6
p. 3:4
p. 3:3
p. 3:3
p. 3:5-6
p. 3:6-7
p. 7:5


Kahn, Sarah J. (continued)

Kahn, Sarah L.


Kahn, Saul
Kahn, Saul, Mrs.
Kahn, Sid







Kahn, Sidonia
Kahn, Sol







Kahn, Sol, Mrs.
Kaiser, H.B.
Kaiser, Ignatz



Kaiser, M.J.
Kaufman
Kaufman, Bluma



Kaufman, Hattie


Kaufman, Ida


LOCATION DATE

Pensacola 1900/03/29
1900/12/06
Pensacola 1898/06/02
1899/11/16
1900/03/08
Pensacola 1899/08/31
Pensacola 1899/08/31
Pensacola 1894/08/23
1894/10/04
1894/10/18
1895/05/23
1897/12/23
1899/04/13
1899/11/16
Pensacola 1894/06/07
Pensacola 1891/02/12
1894/03/15
1895/02/21
1896/01/30
1897/01/21
1897/01/28
1897/08/19
Pensacola 1898/06/02
Pensacola 1895/10/31
Jacksonville 1886/07/23
1886/08/06
1887/02/25
1887/07/01
Florida 1877/07/20
Tampa 1898/09/15
Jacksonville 1882/11/03
1890/12/25
1891/01/15
1891/01/22
Jacksonville 1882/12/15
1883/01/19
1883/03/23
Jacksonville 1883/01/19
1883/12/21


PAGE


p. 7:2-3
p. 3:4
p. 2:5-6
p. 3:7
p. 2:5
p. 3:3
p. 3:3
p. 3:7
p. 3:4
p. 5:5
p. 6:6
p. 3:6
p. 7:5
p. 3:7
p. 3:1
p. 5:5
p. 2:7
p. 4:6-7
p. 3:7
p. 7:5-6
p. 2:6
p. 3:5
p. 3:6-7
p. 3:5
p. 6:4-5
p. 6:4-5
p. 2:5
p. 6:6-7:1
p. 2:5
p. 3:2
p. 152:3
p. 3:5
p. 5:5
p. 2:5
p. 201:3-5
p. 242:3-5
p. 314:4
p. 242:3-5
p. 2:6







Index to Florida Jewish History in the American Israelite


NAME


Kaufman, Ida (continued)
Kaufman, Irma Ruth
Kaufman, J.




Kaufman, J., Mrs.

Kaufman, Max
Kaufman, Mena
Kaufman, Minnie

Kaufman, Sadie
Kayton, Benno
Keep, Florence
Kenworthy, Dr.
Kerrison, Professor
Keyser, J.C.
Kivilockis (Family)
Klatcher (author)
Klein, Max







Klein, Phil



Knight, Alice
Knowles, H., Mrs.
Kohn
Kohn, Joe, Mrs.
Kramer, Albert
Krauskopf, Jos., Dr.
Krauss (Family)


LOCATION DATE

Jacksonville 1893/01/19
Jacksonville 1900/05/10
Jacksonville 1888/09/21
1889/01/17
1891/01/15
1891/01/22
1899/08/10
Jacksonville 1889/01/17
1891/01/15
Jacksonville 1882/12/15
Pensacola 1896/12/24
Jacksonville 1882/12/15
1891/06/25
Jacksonville 1900/05/10
Jacksonville 1883/06/15
Jacksonville 1885/04/10
Jacksonville 1886/07/23
Jacksonville 1890/11/13
Florida 1877/07/20
Florida 1884/10/17
Jacksonville 1890/05/29
Pensacola 1894/12/06
1895/11/14
1896/01/02
1897/02/11
1897/03/04
1897/04/29
1899/11/16
Pensacola 1895/11/14
1899/04/13
1899/11/16
1900/10/25
Tampa 1896/07/16
Pensacola 1893/02/02
Jacksonville 1882/12/15
Pensacola 1895/01/31
Pensacola 1894/12/06
Tampa 1898/07/07
Florida 1884/10/17


PAGE


p. 3:4
p. 2:5
p. 8:3-4
p. 5:4-5
p. 5:5
p. 2:5
p. 3:1
p. 5:4-5
p. 5:5
p. 201:3-5
p. 3:2
p. 201:3-5
p. 8:2
p. 2:5
p. 410:1-2
p. 2:1
p. 3:4
p. 7:3
p. 2:5
p. 2:1-2
p. 1:7
p. 7:5
p. 7:4
p. 3:7
p. 7:1
p. 6:5
p. 3:4
p. 3:7
p. 7:4
p. 7:5
p. 3:7
p. 3:6
p. 2:2
p. 7:2
p. 201:3-5
p. 3:1
p. 7:5
p. 6:5
p. 2:1-2


NAME


Kugelman, Dave



















Kugelman, Dave, Mrs.










Kuhn, Alex
Kuhn, J.
Kulman, Bertie
Kulman, E., Mrs.
Kulman, Pauline
Kuppenheimer, Philip
Kurtz, Brothers
Kurtz, Mike
Kurtz, Philip
Kurtz, Philip, Mrs.
Kutner, H., Miss


LOCATION DATE


Pensacola



















Pensacola










Pensacola
Pensacola
Lake City
Lake City
Lake City
Florida
Jacksonville
Jacksonville
Jacksonville
Jacksonville
Tallahassee


1888/03/30
1891/02/12
1894/06/28
1894/08/23
1894/10/04
1895/04/25
1895/05/23
1895/06/27
1895/07/04
1895/07/25
1895/08/22
1895/10/31
1895/11/14
1896/09/03
1897/02/11
1897/04/29
1899/02/16
1900/03/29
1894/06/28
1894/08/23
1895/04/25
1895/05/23
1895/06/27
1895/10/31
1895/11/14
1896/09/03
1897/07/22
1899/02/16
1887/09/02
1887/09/02
1887/08/26
1887/08/26
1887/08/26
1885/01/30
1886/02/05
1886/02/05
1893/05/25
1893/07/06
1889/02/28


PAGE

p. 7:1-2
p. 5:5
p. 3:2
p. 3:7
p. 3:4
p. 3:2
p. 6:6
p. 8:2
p. 3:5
p. 3:3
p. 3:4
p. 3:5
p. 7:4
p. 3:4-5
p. 7:1
p. 3:4
p. 3:6-7
p. 7:2-3
p. 3:2
p. 3:7
p. 3:2
p. 6:6
p. 8:2
p. 3:5
p. 7:4
p. 3:4-5
p. 3:3
p. 3:6-7
p. 9:2-3
p. 9:2-3
p. 6:5
p. 6:5
p. 6:5
p. 2:2
p. 2:6-3:1
p. 2:6-3:1
p. 3:3
p. 3:2
p. 3:3







PERSONAL NAMES INDEX


NAME
Laird, Willie
Laird, Wm.
Landau, Edwin A.

Landauer, Flora
Landauer, Julius
Landauer, May
Landauer, Miss
Landauer, S.V., Mrs.

Lang, Annie
Lang, Mary
Lang, Paula


Laski, Samuel M.
Lazarus, Max
Lebos, H.
Lederer, J.A.




Lederer, JA., Mrs.
Lederer, Nellie


Lee, J.M.
Lehman, Clara
Lehman, Elmo


Lehman, Flora
Lehman, I.


LOCATION DATE

Pensacola 1894/08/23
Pensacola 1894/10/18
Jacksonville 1900/05/10
1900/05/31
Jacksonville 1885/02/06
Jacksonville 1883/03/23
Jacksonville 1887/07/01
Jacksonville 1882/09/29
Jacksonville 1882/11/03
1885/02/06
Pensacola 1898/01/27
Jacksonville 1889/06/06
Pensacola 1896/12/17
1898/06/02
1898/06/02
Pensacola 1882/01/13
Quincy 1900/10/25
Key West 1900/03/11
Jacksonville 1888/09/21
1891/02/12
1893/03/02
1893/04/27
1893/06/15
Jacksonville 1891/02/12
Jacksonville 1891/04/16
1894/03/01
1894/08/02
Florida 1885/03/20
Pensacola 1887/09/02
Jacksonville 1886/05/07
1886/08/06
1893/07/06
Pensacola 1900/08/30
Jacksonville 1883/06/15
1885/01/16
1885/11/13
1886/05/07
1886/08/06
1888/01/13


PAGE


p. 3:7
p. 5:5
p. 2:5
p. 7:2
p. 2:1
p. 314:4
p. 6:6-7:1
p. 112:5-6
p. 152:3
p. 2:1
p. 3:6
p. 2:4-5
p. 8:2-3
p. 3:6-7
p. 2:5-6
p. 230:6
p. 7:4
p. 7:2
p. 8:3-4
p. 5:5
p. 1:4
p. 5:7
p. 5:7
p. 5:5
p. 3:5
p. 7:4
p. 3:4
p. 5:6-7
p. 9:2-3
p. 5:6
p. 6:4-5
p. 3:2
p. 2:6
p. 410:1-2
p. 2:1
p. 6:4
p. 5:6
p. 6:4-5
p. 9:2


NAME


Lehman, I. (continued)


Lehman, I., Mrs.













Lehman, Leon
Lehman, Maxie
Lehman, Mr.
Lehman, S.M.
Lehman, S.M., Mrs.
Lehman, Yetta
Leon, A.K.
















Leon, A.K., Mrs.


LOCATION DATE

Jacksonville 1889/04/04
1891/09/17
1892/04/07
Jacksonville 1885/02/06
1886/08/06
1886/10/29
1887/02/25
1888/01/13
1888/09/21
1889/01/17
1889/04/04
1889/06/06
1891/10/22
1892/10/27
1893/07/06
Pensacola 1894/08/02
Jacksonville 1893/07/06
Jacksonville 1880/03/05
Jacksonville 1891/02/12
Jacksonville 1891/02/12
Pensacola 1887/09/02
Jacksonville 1882/11/03
1882/12/15
1885/11/13
1886/01/22
1889/01/17
1891/09/17
1891/11/05
1893/01/19
1893/05/25
1893/06/15
1893/07/06
1894/03/01
1894/04/26
1894/10/04
1900/05/10
Jacksonville 1892/04/07
1893/05/25
1894/04/26


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p. 8:3-4
p. 5:4-5
p. 6:5
p. 2:4-5
p. 7:5
p. 5:7
p. 3:2
p. 3:5
p. 3:2
p. 6:3
p. 5:5
p. 5:5
p. 9:2-3
p. 152:3
p. 201:3-5
p. 6:4
p. 8:2
p. 5:4-5
p. 5:7
p. 2:7
p. 3:4
p. 3:3
p. 5:7
p. 3:2
p. 7:4
p. 3:7
p. 7:5-6
p. 2:5
p. 7:1
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Index to Florida Jewish History in the American Israelite


NAME


LOCATION DATE


Leon, A.K., Mrs. (continued) Jacksonville 1897/12/30
1900/05/10
Leon, David Jacksonville 1892/04/07
1894/04/12
Leon, Rosalie Quincy 1900/10/25
Leonard, J.S. Pensacola 1899/03/16
Lesser, A. Ocala 1891/09/17
Lesser, Fannie Ocala 1887/05/20
Lesser, George Jacksonville 1888/09/21
1888/11/02
1889/01/17
Lesser, Mr. Jacksonville 1889/03/14
Lesser, Suzette Jacksonville 1889/06/06
Lester, Benjamin Tampa 1898/07/07
Levi, L. Florida 1877/07/20
Levinson, Gustave Jacksonville 1877/12/21
Levy (Family) Florida 1884/10/17
Levy, A., Miss Pensacola 1894/11/29
Levy, A., Mrs. Pensacola 1895/03/28
1898/10/27
1899/03/02
Levy, A.P. Pensacola 1895/01/31
Levy, A.P., Mrs. Pensacola 1895/04/11
1895/05/23
1895/06/27
Levy, Aaron Jacksonville 1894/04/26
Levy, Aaron, Mrs. Jacksonville 1894/04/26
Levy, Adele Pensacola 1884/08/01
Levy, Alice Pensacola 1897/12/23
1898/03/10
1899/08/31
1900/12/06
Levy, Annie Jacksonville 1885/07/03
1888/09/21
Pensacola 1887/05/27
Levy, Chas Pensacola 1894/08/23
1894/08/30
1894/10/04
1894/10/04


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p. 7:1
p. 8:3-4
p. 8:2-3
p. 5:4-5
p. 2:1-2
p. 2:4-5
p. 6:5
p. 2:5
p. 6:5
p. 2:1-2
p. 7:2
p. 3:5
p. 3:5-6
p. 3:7
p. 3:4
p. 3:4
p. 6:6
p. 8:2
p. 3:7
p. 3:7
p. 7:3
p. 3:6
p. 2:6
p. 3:3
p. 3:4
p. 7:4-5
p. 8:3-4
p. 8:4
p. 3:7
p. 3:3
p. 3:5
p. 3:4


NAME


Levy, Chas (continued)

Levy, Dave


















Levy, Dave, Mrs.


Levy, E.







Levy, E., Mrs.


LOCATION DATE


Pensacola

Pensacola


















Pensacola


Pensacola







Pensacola


1894/10/18
1895/01/31
1894/08/02
1894/08/23
1894/08/30
1894/10/04
1894/10/04
1894/10/18
1895/05/23
1895/07/25
1895/08/22
1895/11/14
1896/06/25
1897/04/29
1898/06/02
1898/08/18
1899/05/11
1899/06/22
1899/07/27
1899/08/31
1899/08/31
1900/08/30
1875/01/01
1875/07/30
1877/08/24
1879/05/16
1884/03/07
1884/08/01
1892/02/11
1884/08/01
1894/08/30
1894/10/04
1894/11/15
1894/12/27
1895/01/17
1895/03/07
1895/10/31
1897/08/19
1899/02/16


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p. 3:3
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p. 3:4
p. 5:5
p. 6:6
p. 3:3
p. 3:4
p. 7:4
p. 3:3
p. 3:4
p. 2:5-6
p. 2:3
p. 3:6
p. 3:3
p. 3:3
p. 3:3
p. 3:3
p. 2:6
p. 6:3
p. 5:5
p. 7:1
p. 7:3
p.7:2
p. 7:3
p. 9:3
p.7:3
p. 3:3
p. 3:4
P*. 1:6
p. 2:6
p. 7:1
p. 3:7
p. 3:5
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PERSONAL NAMES INDEX


NAME

Levy, E., Mrs. (continued)
Levy, Emma
Levy, Hannah



























Levy, Helena
Levy, Hennie
Levy, Henrietta
Levy, Ida








Levy, Jake


LOCATION DATE


Pensacola
Jacksonville
Pensacola



























Pensacola
Pensacola
Pensacola
Pensacola








Pensacola


1900/08/30
1890/06/05
1894/07/12
1894/10/04
1894/10/18
1895/02/21
1895/12/19
1896/03/19
1896/04/02
1896/07/30
1896/09/03
1896/11/12
1897/01/21
1897/03/04
1897/06/10
1897/10/14
1897/12/23
1898/01/27
1898/04/28
1898/08/18
1898/12/08
1898/12/08
1898/12/22
1899/02/16
1900/03/08
1900/03/29
1899/08/31
1896/01/02
1896/05/28
1895/03/07
1895/05/23
1895/10/17
1895/11/14
1896/01/02
1896/01/30
1896/03/19
1897/01/28
1894/08/23
1894/08/30


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p. 3:4
p. 5:5
p. 3:2
p. 5:7
p. 3:2
p. 3:3
p. 3:2
p. 3:4-5
p. 2:6
p.7:5-6
p. 6:5
p. 3:3
p. 3:4-5
p. 3:6
p. 3:6
p. 7:5
p. 2:3
p. 7:3
p. 2:5-6
p. 7:1
p. 3:6-7
p. 2:5
p. 7:2-3
p. 3:3
p. 3:7
p. 6:3
p. 3:7
p. 6:6
p. 2:2
p. 7:4
p. 3:7
p. 3:7
p. 3:2
p. 2:6
p. 3:7
p. 3:3


NAME


Levy, Jake (continued)









Levy, Jennie

Levy, L.H.
Levy, Lena
Levy, Leon

Levy, M.

















Levy, M.E.
Levy, Max
Levy, Max, Mrs.
Levy, Max H.
Levy, Mel


LOCATION DATE


Pensacola









Pensacola

Pensacola
Jacksonville
Pensacola

Florida
Pensacola














Tallahassee

Pensacola
Palatka
Palatka
Pensacola
Pensacola


1894/10/04
1894/10/18
1895/03/07
1895/05/23
1895/07/25
1897/04/29
1897/07/22
1898/01/27
1899/02/16
1899/06/22
1900/12/06
1884/02/01
1887/02/25
1896/12/17
1897/03/04
1877/07/20
1878/08/02
1879/02/07
1883/01/26
1883/10/19
1884/02/01
1884/05/16
1884/06/20
1885/01/16
1886/07/02
1888/03/30
1890/01/23
1890/08/28
1891/02/12
1878/05/03
1879/05/16
1884/02/08
1893/11/02
1893/11/02
1894/07/12
1894/08/23
1894/08/30
1894/10/04
1894/10/18


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p. 3:3
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p. 3:3
p. 3:6
p. 3:6-7
p. 3:3
p. 3:4
p. 2:1
p. 2:5
p. 8:2-3
p. 6:5
p. 2:5
p. 6:4-5
p. 7:1
p. 251:2
p. 4:6
p. 2:1
p. 5:7
p. 5:5
p. 2:1-2
p. 10:1
p. 7:1-2
p. 2:6
p. 3:4
p. 5:5
p. 6:5
p. 6:4
p. 3:1
p. 6:2
p. 6:2
p. 5:6-7
p. 3:7
p. 3:3
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Index to Florida Jewish History in the American Israelite


NAME


Levy, Mel (continued)












Levy, Minnie




Levy, Miss

Levy, Morris
Levy, Moses E.
Levy, Mr.

Levy, Mrs.



Levy, Ophelia
Levy, Pauline
Levy, Rachel


LOCATION DATE
Pensacola 1895/01/17
1895/01/31
1895/03/07
1895/05/23
1895/07/25
1895/10/31
1895/11/14
1897/08/19
1898/04/28
1899/10/05
1899/10/26
1900/03/29
Jacksonville 1883/03/23
1885/07/03
Pensacola 1896/01/02
1899/05/11
1899/06/22
Florida 1884/10/17
Pensacola 1898/12/08
Pensacola 1896/07/30
Jacksonville 1896/05/14
Florida 1884/10/17
Pensacola 1883/10/26
Jacksonville 1894/04/12
Pensacola 1883/10/26
1897/09/16
1898/12/08
Pensacola 1896/12/24
Jacksonville 1894/04/12
Pensacola 1883/10/19
1885/02/06
1890/08/28
1894/08/23
1894/08/30
1894/10/04
1894/10/18
1895/03/07
1895/07/25
1895/10/31


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p. 3:3
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p. 7:4
p. 3:5
p. 7:5
p. 3:4
p. 3:5
p. 7:2-3
p. 314:4
p. 7:4-5
p. 3:7
p. 3:6
p. 3:3
p. 2:1-2
p. 2:5-6
p. 3:2
p. 6:5
p. 2:1-2
p. 3:3
p. 3:4-5
p. 3:3
p. 3:1
p. 2:5-6
p. 3:2
p. 3:4-5
p. 4:6
p. 3:5
p. 3:4
p. 3:7
p. 3:3
p. 3:4
p. 5:5
p. 3:7
p. 3:3
p. 3:5


NAME

Levy, Rachel (continued)


Levy, Rollie

Levy, Rosa

Levy, Rose

Levy, S., Miss
Levy, Sarah





















Levy, Sidney

Levy, Sol
Levy, Sophie
Levy, Tillie
Levy, Uriel
Levy, YA., Mrs.
Lewandrow, Mr.
Lewi, Dr.


LOCATION DATE
Pensacola 1897/10/14
1898/01/27
1899/06/22
Jacksonville 1883/03/23
1885/07/03
Pensacola 1896/01/02
1896/05/28
Jacksonville 1886/02/05
1886/05/07
Tallahassee 1880/06/26
Florida 1884/10/17
Gainesville 1887/04/08
Jacksonville 1883/03/23
Pensacola 1894/08/23
1894/08/30
1894/10/04
1894/10/18
1894/12/27
1895/03/07
1895/05/23
1895/06/27
1895/07/25
1895/08/22
1895/10/31
1897/01/21
1897/12/23
1898/01/27
1898/04/28
1898/12/08
1899/02/16
Pensacola 1896/07/30
1898/10/27
Pensacola 1896/12/17
Palatka 1893/11/02
Pensacola 1900/08/30
Pensacola 1899/08/31
Jacksonville 1885/07/03
Tallahassee 1882/03/03
Jacksonville 1890/11/13


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p. 3:3
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p. 6:3
p. 2:6-3:1
p. 5:6
p. 2:5
p. 2:1-2
p. 9:3
p. 314:4
p. 3:7
p. 3:3
p. 3:4
p. 5:5
p. 2:6
p. 3:7
p. 6:6
p. 8:2
p. 3:3
p. 3:4
p. 3:5
p. 7:5-6
p. 3:6
p. 3:6
p. 7:5
p. 2:5-6
p. 3:6-7
p. 3:2
p. 3:5-6
p. 8:2-3
p. 6:2
p. 2:6
p. 3:3
p. 7:4-5
p. 286:4
p. 7:3




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