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Emma Rebecca Berliner

Born:
1857
Died:
24 Kislev 5688 (18 December 1927)

Basic Information

Unique reference:
BER1969
Gender:
Female

Birth

Date of birth:
1857
Place of birth:
London

Death

Date of death:
24 Kislev 5688 (18 December 1927)
Died in combat?:
No

Places

Addresses

6 Marlborough Terrace St John's Wood, London
The address Emma was living at during the War:
4 Woodchurch Road,
Living there with Parents in 1861:
4 Blue Stile Greenwich, London

Synagogues

Name:
St John's Wood Synagogue
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Emma's father died before she was 14 and she lived with her siblings and her mother, who was living by 'Independent' means, still in Greenwich, London according to the 1871 census. By 1881 the family had moved to Paddington, London.

Family

Spouse

Berman Berliner (male)

Children

Philip Berliner (male)
Harold Berliner "Step son" (male)
Blanche Berliner "step daughter" (female)

Siblings

Elizabeth Marks (female)
Kaufman Marks (male)
Myer Marks (male)
Evelyn Marks (female)
Hannah Marks (female)
Hyman Marks (male)
Isabella Marks (female)
Henrietta Marks (female)

Parents

Father: Israel Marks (male)
Mother: Rebecca (female)

Homefront

Occupation:
VAD (Volunteer Worker)
What was the impact of this:
The second wife of Rev. Berman Berliner, Emma married him in 1894 while he was the Reader (Minister) of the St John's Wood (United) Synagogue. Sadly Berman Berliner died in 1913, so that by the beginning of the war Emma was free to devote herself firstly to the Belgian Refugees at the Manchester Hotel, (12 Dec 1914 - 11 March 1915) and then to Beech House Auxiliary Hospital (12 March 1915 - 30 September 1915). See VAD card.

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