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Isaac Diamond

Died:
8 Tevet 5682 (08 January 1922)

Basic Information

Unique reference:
DIA2612
Gender:
Male

Birth

Place of birth:
Warsaw

Death

Date of death:
8 Tevet 5682 (08 January 1922)
Died in combat?:
No
Place of death:
Southend
Cause of death:
Effects of a Stroke
Burial place:
Marlow Road, East Ham Cemetry

Places

Addresses

Synagogues

Name:
The Southend & Westcliff Synagogue
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The Move Back to London

During the First World World War, Southend was a target for German air attacks, being near to Germany and Belgium. Therefore Isaac and his family moved to London, where there were less air attacks, deeming it safer.

Family

Spouse

Jane Goldstein (female)
Place of marriage:
The Great Synagogue of London
Country of marriage:
England

Children

Flora Diamond (female)
Wally Diamond (male)
Claude Diamond

Siblings

Leah Diamond (female)
Sarah Diamond (female)

Parents

Father: Zyman Diamond (male)
Mother: Miriam Diamond (female)

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