RAYMOND Woolfson is after a double helping of advice.
He is looking for relatives of Israel and Etta Wolfzon as well as the
descendants of Jacob Cogan and his wife Annie (Hanetta Montoriski).
knows that three Wolfzon brothers and a sister, the children of Israel
and Etta, arrived in Glasgow from Zagare more than 120 years ago.
Woolfson was the first to arrive in Glasgow on February 18, 1886,
followed by Louis Wolifson, three years later, on May 28, 1889, and
then Moses and Pesha Leah Woolfson, with their six children, on March
doesn't know when their sister Nessie Bloch and her husband Harris
arrived. Israel Morrison (nee Montoriski), Israel's grandson also
headed to Glasgow.
Hanetta Montoriski arrived in the UK from Zagare or Skuodas in
Lithuania in about 1900. She started her new life in Wales where she
lived with Jacob in 1901 at 61 Middle Street, Pontypridd.
She changed her name from Hanetta to Annie Cogan.
She moved to South Shields where she had a child.
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WYN Smallman wants to know the name of the motel on Bury Old Road where her grandmother worked.
believes it was run or owned by the Goodman family. It was bombed
during the Second World War and the building was left beyond repair.
hopes to get in touch with descendants of Louis Goodman, who either
worked there or lived there with his family between 1932 and 1940.
firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01656-841373.
CAROL Moss, of Manchester, wants to find where her husband's grandfather Isaac Moss originated from.
Isaac was the brother of Roland Moss who owned Manchester Plastics.
Carol believes that Isaac arrived in Manchester married, but divorced and then married Elsie Macrena Watts.
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