If anybody is related to a Mr. Martin Zuckerman (des.)from Long Island NY, please contact me at the adress above. I would like ot learn more about my ancestery, of which i know nothing about.
My maiden name is DREIBLATT.
My dad, Joel, was born in Krakow in 1898.
He had a sister (Regina) who married,
and I think her name became ZUCKERMAN.
She, and her family (a husband and 3 sons)
were swept away by the Holocaust. There is
so little information! But, I'm curious.
Was Martin born in Krakow.
Dont know Martin. Am looking for relatives.For reference, I was born in 1945. My grandfather Zuckerman came from Kelicz (Kelice) Poland in late 1800's. His name was Emil. He had brothers and/or sisters, but no one knows what happened to them; supposedly they came to USA too.
A Regina Zuckerman was my great grandmother, not sure it is the same one you are talking about, though. Her maiden name was Mandel, she had 5 children (including Max, my grandfather), and all moved to the US prior to the Holocaust.
Thank you for responding about your great
grandmother, whose maried name was Zuckerman.
I don't think we have a match ...
My family name is DREIBLATT. My mom said
that my dad's sister married a man whose
name translated to "sugar."
No other information. And, this was a
subject just not talked about much in my
youth. When we have the chance, we're not
in line to hear much, and then when our
parents die all is lost.
CAROL HERMAN (nee Dreiblatt)
THE DREIBLATT''S OF KRACOW
THank you for responding to my inquiry.
Zuckerman might not even be the right name
for my dad's sister. All I know is that
she married a butcher (in Kracow)and had
3 beautiful sons ... born in the late 20's,
early 30's of this Century. My dad was
led to believe she, the boys, and her
husband all died at Hitler's hands.
Carol Herman (nee Dreiblatt
looking for descendants of Sam and Annie Zuckerman from New York. Had 3 children,Ethel,Sylvia and Harry.
I AM LOOKING FOR AN OLD HIGH SCHOOL FRIEND NAMED MARTIN ZUCKERMAN..HE GRADUATED GORTON H.S. IN YONKERS 1960....CAN THIS BE YOUR DAD???? WE ARE HAVING A HIGH SCHOOL REUNION AND CAN'T LOCATE HIM....
Re: THE DREIBLATT''S OF KRACOW
I just saw this page for the first time.
My grandfather, Haim Nathan Dreiblatt was born in Krakow, married there Rachel Dattner, and lived later in Hamburg, where he was hazan in the Bornplatz Sinagogue.
My father, Manfred, was born in Hamburg in 1894, fled Germany in 1938 to Portugal, where I was born sixty years ago, and for more than half of this time period, I have been living in Israel. Anyone with some close information about the Dreiblatt's?
Re: THE DREIBLATT'S OF KRACOW
My dad's father's name was SIMON.
He had divorced his first wife, and remarried. Two children were born. My dad, (English-fied his name to Joel). He was called "Yoel" in Krakow. And, he was born in 1898. A few years later, his mom had a daughter. And, my dad's sister's name was Regina. (Redheaded woman).
She married the local butcher and had three sons. There's one photograph of them, here, all the boys together. Before the Holocaust. They didn't make it out.
My dad's parents both died in the influenza epidemic of 1923.
My dad came to America, at age 15. In August, 1913. He married my mom in 1932. And, I was born in 1939. My middle name, Simone, is for both my grandparents. Mom's and Pop's. Both grandpas were named Simon.
I know my father's dad didn't work. Once he tried being a 'chochet' but got sick at the slaughtering of chickens. That he was very Orthodox. Yes. I knew that.
Also, of all sad stories, there was a Dreiblatt cousin that made it to Israel. And, then, at age 10 died from a brain tumor. The child was a gifted poet. Also, my mom said she met relatives of my dad's who lived on a Kibbutz. They got there following WW2.
But I know very little about my family background. And, my dad didn't speak of this stuff at all.
Growing up (in Brooklyn, New York), I had no idea there were other people named Dreiblatt. But since the Internet is such a wonderful tool, I have discovered that the name wasn't only in Krakow, and belonging to my father's family. But also in Russia, there were a few distant members.
That's it. I wish I knew more. It's a pleasure getting your email. And, let me know if you know how this fits into what you've learned about the name, Dreiblatt. Thanks. CAROL HERMAN