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Isaac Cohen "Sid"

Born:
1892
Died:
20 Tammuz 5711 (24 July 1951)

Basic Information

Unique reference:
COH5471
Gender:
Male

Birth

Date of birth:
1892
Place of birth:
London

Death

Date of death:
20 Tammuz 5711 (24 July 1951)
Died in combat?:
No
Place of death:
South East Hackney
Cause of death:
Cerebral Thrombisis and Bronchial Pneumonia
Burial place:
Western Cemetery, Edmonton

Places

Addresses

18 Sandgate House, Pembury Estate Clapton (1951)

Synagogues

Name:
Brenthouse Road E9
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Family legend
Used to visit his daughter, Adelaide every Saturday morning, and until he became hospitalised he taught his 4 year old grandson how to play solo, as he was an excellent card player. He was also a keen supporter of Leyton Orient and left a family legacy in that regard.

Family

Spouse

Frances Cohen "Franny" (female)
Other surname / Maiden name:
Cohen
Place of marriage:
Spital Square Synagogue, Bishopsgate
Country of marriage:
UK

Children

Adelaide Cohen "Ad/Adel" (female)
Maurice Cohen "Sid/Len/Boy/Twinny/Mate" (male)
Miriam Cohen "Min" (female)
Sylvia Cohen "Sylvie" (female)

Parents

Father: Woolf Cohen (male)
Mother: Rachael Not Known (female)

Homefront

Occupation:
Gents Barber

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