Herman Molthman is part of a Malzmann family from Lubin/Labun who are likely related to me. So far I cannot tell how. I posted previously about this here. Herman and family also purchased an advertisement in the twenty fifth FLPBA anniversary publication.
My Malzmanns from Labun changed their name to Myers in the USA. Herman, eldest son of Benjamin Molthman and Fannie Bernstein, emigrated as Chaim Malzmann with his mother and sisters in 1910. They, too, were from Labun. His father changed the surname to Molthman. His father's brother, Abraham, changed his last name to Maltman.
Chaim became Hyman and, eventually, Herman. Like his father (and so many other former Lubiners in New York City), Herman became a glazier.
On 6 July 1924, Herman married Sylvia Labovitz, daughter of Abraham Labovitz and Anna Sperling. Herman and Sylvia has one child, Claire, born in 1925.
Herman and Sylvia eventually followed their daughter and her husband Jacob Berger out of New York City. Sylvia died on 4 September 1988 in Fulton County, Georgia. Herman passed away on 19 November 1992 in Hendersonville, North Carolina. They are buried in Arlington Memorial Park, Sandy Springs, Georgia.
1. "New York Passenger
Lists, 1820-1957," digital images, Ancestry.com
(http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 7 February 2009), manifest, S.S. Cleveland, Hamburg to New York, arriving 4 January 1910, list 13, line 20, Feiga Malzmann, citing NARA Microfilm Serial T715, roll 1547.
2. Kings County, New York, marriage certificate no. 10412 (6 July 1924), Herman Molthman and Sylvia Labovitz; Municipal Archives, New York City.
3. Kings County, New York, 1940 U.S. census, population schedule, Brooklyn, enumeration district 24-1701, sheet 1B, household 19, Herman, Sylvia and Claire Molthman; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 26 May 2014); NARA microfilm publication T627, roll 2590.
4. "Georgia Deaths, 1919-1998," index, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 11 June 2015), Sylvia Molthman, 4 September 1988; citing State of Georgia Health Department.
5. "North Carolina Death Indexes, 1908-2004," index, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 11 October 2013), entry for Herman Molthman, November 1992; citing North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services. Raleigh.
6. "Jewishgen Online Worldwide Burial Registry," index, JewishGen.org (http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Cemetery/ : accessed 11 June 2015), entries for Herman Molthman and Sylvia Molthman.