Sunday, June 3, 2018

Events in My Family Tree: June 2

Etta Millstein Farbman lived to see her great-grandson born on her wedding anniversary.


Rose Sopher was born June 2, 1909 in Baltimore City, Maryland.  She was married to Morris Gordon (originally Moshe Gorodetsky), son of Victor Gorodetsky and Esther Leah Schneiderman, who is my great-granduncle.

Sara T. Powell was born June 2, 1944 in Washington, D.C.  She was married to Harvey Stephen Gordon, son of Alexander Gordon and Roslyn Rubin, who is my 1st cousin once removed via the Gordons.

Laurielyn Mackenzie Kilgour was born June 2, 1950.  She married Don Leo McStroul, son of Eugene Washington McStroul (originally Strul) and Elizabeth Almira Heath, who is the brother of my aunt Mary McStroul.

Lois Anne Sellers, daughter of Roger Lee Sellers and Helen Eunice Bohn, was born June 2, 1959 in Sandusky, Erie County, Ohio.  She is my 7th cousin.

Ross Michael Mirsky was born June 2, 1960 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.  He is my 3rd cousin on my Gorodetsky line.

Teresa Ann Torres was born June 2, 1968 in Texas City, Galveston County, Texas.  She was married to Brian Sellers, who is my 2nd cousin.

Michelle Jodie Chepenik was born June 2, 1970 in Miami, Dade County, Florida.  She is my 2nd cousin on my Gordon line.

Cara Allen was born June 2, 1982.  She is my 5th cousin 2x removed on my Gauntt line.

Cory Richard Gaunt was born June 2, 1984 in Spokane, Spokane County, Washington.  He is my 6th cousin.

Jeffrey Lawrence Sarin was born June 2, 1993 in Morristown, Morris County, New Jersey, on his great-grandparents' wedding anniversary (below).  He is my 3rd cousin once removed on my Gordon line.


Murray Farbman and Etta Millstein, daughter of Nathan Millstein and Sarah Gordon (originally Gorodetsky), were married on June 2, 1935 in Bronx, Bronx County, New York.  Etta is my 1st cousin once removed via the Gorodetskys.

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