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My Family Tree

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hallie kanter

on 15 February 2014

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Transcript of My Family Tree

Vaile Colombia
Isaac Koblenz
Yaacov
Koblenz
Hadasa
Edelstein
Adina Koblenz
Judah Koblenz
Abraham Koblenz
Albany, NY
1901
Levine
Albany, NY
1900
Ida
Koblenz
Ben
Koblenz
Mary
Koblenz
Albert
Koblenz
Joseph
Koblenz
Hilda Shapiro
Margaret
Koblenz
Beatrice
Koblenz
Barbara
Koblenz
Mark
Robertson
Rachel
Robertson,
23
Micaela
Robertson,
21
Kylie
Robertson,
17
Julie
Koblenz
John
Sherlock
Bruce
Kanter
Rebecca
Kanter,
19
Dana
Kanter,
17
Susan
Koblenz
Hallie
Kanter,
17
The Levines
Koblenz, Germany
Dina
Koblenz
Ben Kanter
Jerry Kanter
Bobby Kanter
San Jose,
California
Denver,
Colorado
Detroit,
Michigan
Oliver Kanter
Joseph Kanter
Dora Kanter
Ruth Goldman
Nathan Goldman
Helen Goldman
Bruce Kanter
1800s

Minsk, Russia
mid 1800s
Koblenz
Holland,
1899
England,1905
Albert Koblenz
Abraham Koblenz
Palestine (Israel),
1917
Avram
Morris
Koblenz
Avram Morris Koblenz
Born 1928
Witherbee, NY

Selma Drescher
1930-1995
Susan
Barbara
Julie
Morristown,
New Jersey
The Levines lived in Koblenz, Germany. Due to religious persecution of Jews they fled to Russia. They changed their family name to Koblenz to appear German and not Jewish.
The family moved to a Russian village known as Minsk. One member of the Koblenz family was Yaacov. At 20 years old, he met and married a young Jewish girl named Hadasa. They had four children.
Judah moved to England in 1905. In 1914 he enlisted in
the British army and fought in World War I. However,
the horrors he saw in war led him to abandon his troops.
He found refuge in Palestine, or modern-day Israel.
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