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Max Erlichman

Born:
1892
Died:
1982

Basic Information

Unique reference:
ERL4510
Gender:
Male

Birth

Date of birth:
1892
Place of birth:
Russia

Death

Date of death:
1982
Died in combat?:
No
Burial place:
Willesden Jewish Cemetery

Synagogues

Name:
Princes Road Synagogue, Liverpool
Name:
Grenville Road Synagogue, Dublin
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Malaria, 1916

Max was sent to Egypt during the war and contracted Malaria there.

Arriving in Britain from Russia - Max and Minnie

Minnie's parents were leaving Russia and going to America and accidentally got off in Dublin, thinking it was the states and were stuck there.

Max was also from Russia but his family docked in Liverpool and stayed there.

Minnie and Max's meeting

Max went to visit Dublin with a friend and met his future wife whom he married in 1913. His friend married her sister and both settled in Dublin before moving back to Liverpool after the war.

Bnai Brith

Max was very involved in the synagogues in both Dublin and Liverpool and was part of Bnai Brith at both

Working for a tweed company

He used to work for a tweed company which made Gents suits (Jackets, waistcoats and trousers). Max would make the waistcoats and his two other friends made the jackets and trousers respectively.

Affluence and family roles

Max was fairly affluent and Minnie even had her own car. Minnie used to do all the cooking for Max's family and everyone would go to their house to eat. She kept a very kosher house.

Family

Spouse

Minnie Lajinsky (female)
Country of marriage:
UK

Spouse

Agnes Richmond (female)
Country of marriage:
UK

Children

Bessie Erlichman (female)
Oscar Erlichman (male)
Aaron Erlichman (male)
Sadie Erlichman (female)
Bernard Erlichman (male)
Manny Erlichman (male)

Siblings

Morris Erlichman (male)
Rachel Erlichman (female)
Simon Erlichman (male)

Parents

Father: Barnet Erlichman (male)
Mother: Belle Erlichman (female)

Military Record

Military service:
Army
Military record no.:
J/2224
Rank at discharge/death:
Private
Assignments
Regiment:
Royal Fusiliers
Battalion/unit:
39th Battalion

Roll of Honour

ERLICHMAN

Other Occupations

Type of employment:
Tailors
Position:
Co-owner with brother-in-law
Organisation:
S & M Jacobs, Dublin

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