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Eva Landes

Born:
1875
Died:
1951

Basic Information

Unique reference:
LAN4026
Gender:
Female

Birth

Date of birth:
1875
Place of birth:
Moldova
Date arrived in Britain:
1895

Death

Date of death:
1951
Died in combat?:
No
Place of death:
London
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Opening a fish shop

During the First World War, they were evacuated to Reading to avoid the Zeppelins. Osias was a furrier so during the summer months they had no money so Eva went to Billingsgate as she noticed there was no fresh fish on her road. She was loaned the money to open her own fish shop by Jack Solomons, the boxing promoter. They both came from the same town in Moldova so they knew each other. She opened it up in Hessle Street and they lived above the shop.

Family

Spouse

Osias Landes (female)

Children

Yetta Landes (female)
Ethel Landes (female)
Morry Landes (male)
Jack Landes (male)
Sophia Landes (female)
Hannah Landes "Annie" (female)
Ray Landes (female)
Marie Landes (female)

Parents

Father: Solomon (male)
Mother: Yetta (female)

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