11 December 2014

Treasure Chest Thursday: Joseph Myers and Rose Adler Marriage

Joseph Myers, the son of David and Ida Myers, was my great grandmother Sarah's brother.[1] He became an immigrant from Labun, Russian Empire, in 1906, joining his elder brothers, Myer and Louis, in New York City.[2]
Kings County, New York, marriage certificate no. 5484, Joseph Myers and Rose Adler (25 March 1913), Municipal Archives, New York City
[1st page]
Groom: Joseph Myers
Residence: 136 Rivington St.
Age: 24
Color: White
Single, Widowed or Divorced: single
Occupation: Glazier
Birthplace: Wolina Russia
Father's Name: David
Mother's Maiden Name: Ida Kestelman
Number of Groom's Marriage: first

Bride: Rose Adler
136 Rivington St.
Age: 21
Color: White
Single, Widowed or Divorced: single
Maiden Name, if a Widow: [blank]
Birthplace: Wolina Russia
Father's Name: Isidor
Mother's Maiden Name: Sarah Mendel
Number of Bride's Marriage: first

I hearby certify that the above-named groom and bride were joined in Marriage by me, in accordance with the laws of the State of New York, at 73 Ellen st. NY, in the borough of New York, City of New York, this 25th of March, 1913.

Signature of person performing the ceremony:
                                                        /s/ I. Ehrlichman
Official Station: [blank]
Residence: 551 Grand St., N.Y.

Witnesses to }  B. Bogoslawsky
the Marriage }  Ike Rosenthal
[2nd page]  
WE hereby certify that we are the Groom and Bride named in this Certificate, and that the information given therein is correct, to the best of our knowledge and belief.

                              /s/ Joseph Myers  Groom
                              /s/ Rose Adler Bride  

Signed in the presence of  /s/ Barnett Bogoslawsky
                                                /s/  Ike Rosenthal

1. Sarah Myers Morris was my great grandmother. Her daughter, Dora Morris Garber, was my paternal grandmother. 
 2. "New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957," digital images, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com: accessed 19 June 2009), manifest, Batavia, Hamburg to New York, arriving 16 November 1906, p. 18, line 10, Jossel Malzmann; citing National Archives Microfilm Serial T715, Roll 798.

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