Have you located your GGrandmother's ship manifest? COINE does not sound very Jewish... nor can I find any such person arriving 1872 +/- 2 years However I do find 2 girls arriving from England... that may fit your GGM they are both Sara COHEN (which is a typical Jewish name) Or maybe Coen, etc..
The 1900 census was the 12th US Census not the 1900th census, they have been done every 10years since 1790.
Have you found Sarah or her family in any online records? How do you know his parents were born in Germany?
How do you know they spoke Yiddish?
If they married in 1887 that would mean that Essie, Rose and 2 other children were from another marriage???? Note the census says she has borne 7 or 8 children and that 7 are still living.
If GG Unk. NEWMAN was born in Romania there is a good chance he was from what was then Transylvania Hungary.
I would not expect "online sources" to typically have certificates.... that is very rare!
You may want to contact local gen societies, courthouses, libraries etc..
Here are some links which may be of helphttp://genealogytrails.com/ill/pulaski/http://www.ilsos.gov/GenealogyMWeb/deathsrch.htmlhttp://www.idph.state.il.us/vitalrecords/index.htmhttp://www.ilsos.gov/GenealogyMWeb/marrsrch.htmlhttp://www.cyberdriveillinois.com/departments/archives/irad/...http://usgwarchives.net/il/pulaski/pulphotos.htm
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