Joseph Levine of Bialystok, lived on Forsyth St, NYC, in 1900 and had 8 children. Joseph lived on that street since 1887 until possibly the 1920s. His children were Israel, Dave, Yetta, Etta, Sara, Sam, Barney (Barnard) and Meyer(Michael). Looking for emailed old time family photos.
If you're related, feel free to contact by email: email@example.com. Trying to locate long-lost relatives not heard from since 1950s, or descendants for the purpose of penpal communication via email or collecting old family photos for digital albums of any of these families.
Anyone descended from any of these people listed? Meyer, age 6 in 1900, later called Michael, married Sally Tucker, daughter of Herman Tucker of Philadelphia. Sally and Michael lived in Brooklyn from 1934-1967.
Thank you. If so, any descendants/relatives are invited to pen-pal, also you are welcome to take the Family Finder Test (DNA)at FamilyTreeDNA (www.familytreedna.com). Joseph Levine's wife was Annie. Joseph and Annie were both born in 1854. Here are the rest of the known ancestors of Levine and/or Tucker families. Have not heard from these people or their descendants since the 1950s.
Boehm, Janie Drucker, daughter of Rose/Ruth Tucker Boehm
Levine, Sarah, b. Dec. 1882, daughter of Joseph Levine
Ain, Dr. Jack M. (MD) b. NY, son of Yetta Levine Ain
New York, USA. This doctor delivered me and also was my dad's sister's son.
Ain, Harry, brother of Jack M. Ain
New York- married to Ruby Ain. Harry had daughters Marsha and Barbara
Etta/Ettie Levine b. July 1888
Herkowitz, Alan, son of Sam Herkowitz
Herkowitz, Pauline, b. 1881, married Herman Tucker, second husband was Barney Le Vine, Albany, NY
Herkowitz, Sam, brother of Pauline Herkowitz
Bessarabia & Albany, NY
Herkowitz/Hirshkowitz Rose (Fredia), b. 1860, Bessarabia, Moldova, also lived in Argentina
Hirshkowitz, Philip, b. 1865
Hirshkowitz, Samuel b. 1892 Russia Kutkowski, Annie, b. Mar.1854, married Joseph Levine, 1872 Bialystok? Wolkowysk? Levine (Meyer) Michael, b. Dec. 8, 1894 New York City, Forsyth St. Levine, Annie Kutkowski, b. Mar. 1854 Russia Levine, Barney, b. May, 1881 Bialystok, Poland/Belarus Levine, Dave, b. 1879 Russia Levine, Etta/Ettie b. July 1888, daughter of Joseph Levine Bialystok, Poland/Belarus? Levine, Franklyn, b. 1929, son of Michael Levine NYC, USA Levine, Israel, b. 1870s, son of Joseph Levine Bialystok Levine, Joseph, b. Jan. 1854 Bialystok, Poland/Belarus/Russia
Levine, Sam, b. 1889, son of Joseph Levine Bialystok, Poland/Belarus
Levine, Yetta, b. 1870s, daughter of Joseph Levine Bialystok, Poland/Belarus/Russia
Miller, Blossom, daughter of Fanny Tucker Miller New York, USA
Photiadis, Joan Tucker, b. 1929, daughter of Arthur Tucker, son of Pauline Herkowitz Tucker. USA
Tucker Fay (Fanny), b. NY, married Miller USA, Philadelphia or NY?
Tucker, Benjamin, b. 1878, married Sadie Russia? Tucker, E. Rosalind, (Essie) b. 1910 Philadelphia, PA
Tucker, Harry, b. 1892, married Risoka Philadelphia
Tucker, Herman, b. 3/2/1879, Russia--Lutzk, Kaminetz-Litovsk or Lodz? Second wife is Dora Ross. Philadelphia, PA
Tucker, Israel, b. May 1861, Russia, father of Herman Tucker lived in Philadelphia,
Tucker, Rose/Ruth, b. 1896, married Manny Boheme Philadelphia
Tucker, Sally, b. Jan, 1904 Albany, NY
Tucker, Sylvia, b. 1917 Philadelphia, PA
Weissman, Sarah Levine, b. Dec. 1882 Bialystok
Weizmann, Belle/Bessie/Bossia, b. Jan. 1863, Russia lived in Philadelphia, PA, 1891, Albany NY, 1900.
Family Finder DNA Test says I'm a 4th cousin of the "Rothschilds"...Don't know most maiden names of relatives, and haven't heard from bio relatives descended from Joseph Levine or Herman Tucker since 1956, so am eager to look at photos online or emailed of who these people were, names, locations, history, etc.
I'm a retired 70ish journalism teacher & freelance writer exploring any relatives names from any time periods of the past. Enjoy looking at online photos from history. Are there any people out there related? If so, penpals welcome.
Sign me, Catalyst, looking for long-lost relatives....Interested in reading life stories of the past. Are you a long-lost distant cousin?