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Moses Harris

Born:
1896
Died:
7 Nisan 5727 (17 April 1967)

Basic Information

Unique reference:
HAR1748
Gender:
Male

Birth

Date of birth:
1896
Place of birth:
London

Death

Date of death:
7 Nisan 5727 (17 April 1967)
Died in combat?:
No
Place of death:
Middlesex Hospital
Cause of death:
Illness
Burial place:
Edmonton Cemetery

Places

Addresses

Parents' home:
31 Newcastle Place Whitechapel (1911)

Synagogues

Name:
Philpot Street Synagogue
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Moses' Judaism

Moses did not grow up a particularly Jewish man - he did not have a bar-mitzvah nor did he belong to a shul. This changed when he met Fanny, and married her as she was more religious. He initially wanted to name his daughter after his mother but Fanny refused, telling him that in Judaism one does not name a child after the living.

Family

Spouse

Fanny Kaufman (female)
Other surname / Maiden name:
Harris
Place of marriage:
Philpot Street Synagogue

Children

Helen Betty Franks (female)
Gerald Harris (male)

Siblings

Jessie Harris (female)
Harry Harris (male)
Mark Harris (male)
Rose Harris (female)
Esther Harris (female)
Mike Harris (male)
Louis Harris (male)
Zalie Harris (female)

Parents

Father: Henry Harris (male)
Mother: Elizabeth Hart (female)

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