SUE Easter, of Norfolk, is looking for information on her great-uncle,
Henry, who changed his name to Harry Dale, was born at 22 Fairclough
Lane, West Derby, Liverpool on November 22, 1893.
He was the youngest son of tailor Nathan Blumenthal (born around
1840 in Kempen, Posen, Prussia) and his Leicester-born wife Sarah
(born Elizabeth Suffolk in 1854). The couple had 14 children, including
one who died as a baby.
Henry trained as a dentist, living at one point in Bournemouth
with his elder brother, Moses Abraham Blumenthal - also a dentist
who changed his name to Maurice Abraham Dale.
During the First World War, he served in the Royal Fusiliers.
He had a daughter, who was known as Pepi.
JUDITH Harris, of Leeds, wants to trace descendants of siblings
from her Russian-born great-grandmother Ellen Rajinsky - some of
whom may be in Australia.
The siblings were Etta, Kate, Jacob, Max, Reuben, Simon and Annie.
BONNIE Blish, of Oregon, would like someone to photograph burial
plots of her Lazarus/Cohen/Karp ancestors.
They are at Manchester cemeteries Crumpsall, Blackley and Rainsough.
SUZANNE Stewart wants to hear from anyone who knows this man born
in Glasgow c. 1901-1903, whose father or paternal grandfather was
He entered America around 1926 as John Peter O'Neill and later
changed his name to John Paul O'Neill.
His son's DNA shows that he has Ashkenazi ancestry.
To make an appeal, email MIKE COHEN at
Please include your home address and contact telephone number.