I am researching the ancestors and descendants of Louis Ososki, born 1831 Russian Poland, manufacturer tailor, died 1893 London, married to Annie Ososki ( née Beek ), born 1833 Russian Poland, died 1906 in Berlin, Germany.
They lived at 4 Bow Road, Bromley, London, and had the following children :
1. Augusta Ososki, born 1853 London, married 3x : George Nordon, Hugo Richter and John James Wilson ( from USA ), had descendants in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
2. Eleanor Ososki, born 1858 London, Middlesex, married 1874 to Theodor Freitag Marks and came to Brazil, where they have a large lineage ( My ancestors ).
3. Rebecca Ososki, born 1859 London, married 1875 to Abraham Adlee ( or Adley ).
4. Dora Ososki, born 1861 London, died 1926 Australia, married 19 Feb 1879 London to Julius Alexander Dinte, with a large lineage in Australia.
5. Louise Ososki,born 1862 London, married 1881 London to Maximilian Sugar ( or Maurice Eyck ).
6. David Ososki, born 1863 London, married London 1887 to France Phillips, had two children: Hilda ososki born Essex 1889 and Louis Ososki born London 1890. David died in 1897, 34 aged.
7. Charlotte Ososki, born 1865 London married1884 to Isaac Phillips, and second marriage with Louis Krentz, moved to Berlin, where she lived in Friedrichstrasse. She died after 1910, had descendants in Germany.
8. Esther Ososki, born 1867 London, married London 1886 to Moses Woolfe.
9. Miriam Ososki, born 1869 London, married ?, moved to Berlin, where she died with her family.
10. Solomon Ososki, born 1871 London, died single London 1891.
11. Annie Louise Ososki, born 1873 London, married London 6th Nov 1894 to Elkan Symonds. They had two children : Louis and Etta Symonds, and they lived in Willerden, London, where Elkan died in 1906.
12. Leopold John Ososki, born 1875 London.
* 1871 British Census - Ann House, in the area called Tower Hamlets at the time a visitor was Helen Guttman, aged 23 a niece (of Louis and Annie ), from Russia. Two servants - Lizzie Nordon 23 and Annie Minier 18 were also counted as part of the Hosehold on the night.
I would like to swap data,