03 February 2015

Tombstone Tuesday: Ida Bauman, Montefiore Cemetery, Queens, New York

The First Lubiner Progressive Benevolent Association, a New York City landsmanshaft group for immigrants from the town of Lubin (Yiddish name), also known as Labun, Russian Empire, purchased two burial plots in Montefiore Cemetery, Queens, NY and one in Beth Moses Cemetery, Pinelawn, NY.

Because many of these people constituted my Lubin relatives' friends, acquaintances and neighbors, I have recorded these burials and submitted them to JewishGen where they are online in the JewishGen Online Worldwide Burial Registry. In posts about burials in these plots, I will provide additional information about those interred.

Ida Bauman was the wife of Isidore Bauman and daughter of Benjamin and Fannie Bernstein Molthman. She arrived in the United States in 1913 as Chusse Malzmann, traveling with her mother Feige (Fannie), younger brother Chaim (Hyman or Herman), and younger sister Rochel (Ruth).[1]

Photo by E. Garber, 7 Sept 2008
Here lies 
Chasya daughter of Dov
Died 14 Adar II 5714
DIED MARCH 9, 1954

Ida Molthman married Isidore Bauman, whom she knew from their village in the Russian Empire (Lubin in Yiddish; Labun in Russian and Polish).[2] They had four children: Raymond, Shirley, Philip and Rebecca.[3]

Ida is buried in the First Lubiner Progressive Benevolent Association plot, Block 89, Gate 156N, Line 7L, Grave 6.

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 21, Chusse Malzmann, citing NARA microfilm publication T715, roll 1547.
2. New York County, New York, Certificate and Record of Marriage no. 1368 (8 January 1916). Isidore Bauman and Ida Molthman, Municipal Archives, New York, New York.
3. Bronx County, New York, 1930 U.S. Census, population schedule, Bronx, enumeration district 3-341, dwelling 55, family 296, sheet 14A, Isidor and Ida Bauman family; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 11 April 2009), NARA microfilm publication T626, roll 1474.  

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