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John Cartz

Born:
14 Adar 5655 (10 March 1895)
Died:
1 Shevat 5740 (19 January 1980)

Basic Information

Unique reference:
CAR7733
Other surname:
Katz
Gender:
Male

Birth

Date of birth:
14 Adar 5655 (10 March 1895)
Place of birth:
Lipcani, Moldova

Death

Date of death:
1 Shevat 5740 (19 January 1980)
Died in combat?:
No
Place of death:
London, UK
Cause of death:
Old-age
Burial place:
Waltham Abbey
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Reapperance , 1939

Family legend
In 1939, John and Millie reappear on the 1939 register and from that point, they began to get back into the various different records.

In 1940, John had his birth registered and his marriage with Millie recorded, although they were married back in 1919.

Family

Spouse

Millie Kalinski (female)
Other surname / Maiden name:
Cartz
Place of marriage:
1919

Children

Arnold Cartz (male)
Lionel Cartz (male)

Siblings

Charles Solomon Cartz (male)
Louis Cartz (male)
Isaac Cartz (male)
Beatrice Cartz (female)

Parents

Father: Simon Cartz (male)
Mother: Eva Ellenport (female)

Homefront

Occupation:
Labour Battalion (Sevenoaks)
What was the impact of this:
He was not for the war and was conscripted into a Labour Battalion in 1917/18. He is not believed to have wanted to fight but was not declared a conscientious objector, but those that went to such battalions were considered to be.

He was posted to the farm in Sevenoaks and went missing. There are no records from 1918 to 1939 of his existence.

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