Abrahams, Johanna

Female Abt 1845 - 1874  (~ 29 years)


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  • Name Abrahams, Johanna  [1
    Alt. Birth 1835 
    Born Abt 1845 
    Gender Female 
    Emigration 4 May 1850  New York, NY Find all individuals with events at this location  [2
    • from Wreschen, Prussia, ship Leibnitz from Hamburg
      port Marseille
      child
      age 5
      manifest 00006481
    Census 1870  Rondout Village, Ulster Co., NY Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Name: Hannah Frieland
      Age in 1870: 26
      Birth Year: abt 1844
      Birthplace: Prussia
      Dwelling Number: 347
      Home in 1870: Rondout Village, Ulster, New York
      Race: White
      Gender: Female
      Post Office: Rondout
      Occupation: Keeping House
      Father of Foreign Birth: Y
      Mother of Foreign Birth: Y
      Household Members Age
      Joseph Friedland
      35
      Hannah Frieland 26
      Sarah Friedland
      Sones Goodman
      28
    Related to my family
    _UID F5B57AA443CC49E9B5F38403DBBC49334BB7 
    Buried 1874  Brooklyn, Kings Co., NY Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Salem Fields Cemetery
    Died 29 Mar 1874 
    • Y
    Person ID I3889  Buyer, Stier and Related Families
    Last Modified 22 Feb 2021 

    Father Abrahams, Samuel,   b. 1796, Wrzesnia Poland (Wreschen, Posen, Prussia) Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 31 Jul 1866, New York, NY Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 70 years) 
    Mother Kempe, Sarah 
    Married Wrzesnia Poland (Wreschen, Posen, Prussia) Find all individuals with events at this location  [3
    _UID 91DD53999F8D4E14826E3A40BACECFC972FC 
    Photos
    Modern Scene in Wrzesnia
    Modern Scene in Wrzesnia
    Modern Scene in Wrzesnia
    Modern Scene in Wrzesnia
    Modern Scene in Wrzesnia
    Modern Scene in Wrzesnia
    Old Panorama of Wreschen
    Old Panorama of Wreschen
    old photo of Wreschen
    old photo of Wreschen
    Synagogue in Wreschen
    Synagogue in Wreschen
    Synagogue in Wreschen
    Synagogue in Wreschen
    Documents
    Tree written by Edith Buyer in Ed and Roy Buyer's baby book, 1922
    Tree written by Edith Buyer in Ed and Roy Buyer's baby book, 1922
    1882 map of Posen province in Prussia
    1882 map of Posen province in Prussia
    now Poland
    Location of Wrzesnia within Posen province
    Location of Wrzesnia within Posen province
    Albums
    Jewish Communities of Prussia: Wreschen/Wrzesnia
    Jewish Communities of Prussia: Wreschen/Wrzesnia (10)
    When our ancestors lived there, Wreschen was a town in the Posen province of Prussia. Today the town is known as Wrzesnia, Poland. According to Wikipedia, Wrze?nia's had a large Jewish community which is mentioned as one of the congregations which suffered severely during the persecutions of the years 1648–1651. All the early documents were destroyed in the conflagration of 1873, in which the synagogue, an old wooden building, also was burned. From International Jewish Cemetery Project (International Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies),
    Jewish settlement in Wrzesnia began in the 16th century because in 1579 75 Jews paid tax. Czarniecki soldiers murdered about 100 Jewish families in 1656. A fire in 1873 burned the synagogue. Jewish population: 1905-490 and 1921-151, 2.3%. On September 10, 1939 Germans occupied the city. They destroyed the synagogue in 1940. A French POW camp was there during WWII. The first Jewish cemetery in Wrzesnia was in the 16th century. Another was established in 1868. The only trace is two gravestone fragments stored in the Museum of Children Wrzesnia.
    An old Jewish cemetery was located in the center of the city bordered by the Fabryczna, Staszica and Szkolna Streets. It occupied an area of 94.5 acres. At the end of 1924, an agreement was reached between officials and the Jewish community to exchange the old cemetery for a parcel of land located on Strzalkowska highway at E end of town, the present location of the Municipal Cleaning Authority. The Nazis leveled it using the tombstones for hardening the surfaces of roads and streets. A small fraction of archival books may be found in the State Archives in Poznan.
    Family ID F56  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Friedlander, Joseph,   b. 1835 
    Married 21 Jun 1868  New York, NY Find all individuals with events at this location  [4
    • Name:
      Joseph Friedlander
      Event Type:
      Marriage
      Event Date:
      21 Jun 1868
      Event Place:
      Manhattan, New York, New York, United States
      Event Place :
      Manhattan, New York
      Sex:
      Male
      Age:
      33
      Marital Status:
      Unknown
      Race:
      White
      Birth Year :
      1835
      Birthplace:
      Bohmen
      Father's Name:
      David Friedlander
      Mother's Name:
      Barbara ..Uh
      Spouse's Name:
      Flanne Abrahm
      Spouse's Sex:
      Female
      Spouse's Age:
      33
      Spouse's Marital Status:
      Single
      Spouse's Race:
      White
      Spouse's Birth Year :
      1835
      Spouse's Birthplace:
      Prussia
      Spouse's Father's Name:
      Samuel B. Abrahm
      Spouse's Mother's Name:
      Sarah Kempe
    _UID 2C3BE8288B1E4696B39C58A63E2997074E8F 
    Children 
     1. Friedlander, Sarah,   b. 25 Mar 1869, Poughkeepsie, NY Find all individuals with events at this location
    Last Modified 19 Feb 2021 
    Family ID F4434  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Headstones
    Friedlander Hannah Abrahams headstone Salem Fields.jpeg
    Friedlander Hannah Abrahams headstone Salem Fields.jpeg

  • Sources 
    1. [S676] Ship Roster, Leibnitz, 1850, International Ships Transcribers' Guild.

    2. [S271] Germans to America, (Family Archive CD #355), Internal Ref. #1.355.1.267.38, [Q:3].

    3. [S371] Lars Menk.

    4. [S1018] .