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Isaac Dloogatz

Born:
1877
Died:
11 Elul 5724 (19 August 1964)

Basic Information

Unique reference:
DLO1835
Gender:
Male

Birth

Date of birth:
1877
Place of birth:
Grodno, Russia
Date arrived in Britain:
1901

Death

Date of death:
11 Elul 5724 (19 August 1964)
Died in combat?:
No
Place of death:
London
Cause of death:
Old age
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Betsy Dloogatz

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Betsy was a dress-maker. Her and her husband Isaac opened a dress shop after the war at 3 Roman Road in Bow, and most likely lived above the shop. Whilst she was a skilled dress-maker, Betsy could not read or write. On her wedding certificate she left her mark instead of a signature.

Family

Spouse

Betsy Cohen (female)
Place of marriage:
New Road Synagogue, White Chapel, London
Country of marriage:
England

Children

Sylvia Dloogatz "Sybbie" (female)
Jack Dloogatz (male)
Morris Dloogatz (male)
Sarah Dloogatz (female)
Rachel Dloogatz (female)
Alice Dloogatz (female)

Siblings

Dloogatz (male)
Dloogatz (female)
Dloogatz (female)

Parents

Mother: Fanny Dloogatz (female)
Father: Meyer/Myer Dloogatz (male)

Homefront

Occupation:
Cap Cutter

Military Record

Military service:
Labour Corps
Military record no.:
273852
Date enlisted/conscripted:
1918
Date discharged/death:
1919
Rank at discharge/death:
Private

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