Individual Details

Freida "Frime" Segal

(1 Feb 1879 - 13 May 1963)

mail of WCT 11/12/1998:

Frieda Segal Turkel 's family was quite extensive. Frieda's mother was buried in the Pod cemetery which George visited in 1936. This lady wrote exquisite German and George remembers reading an old letter from his maternal grandmother to her sons (his uncles) Jacques and William Segal which was in "the nicest, beautiful German I have ever read." Besides these brothers Frieda had other siblings. A sister, named Clara Lehrer had immigrated to Palestina; she had a daughter named Marli Lehrer whose picture is the one taken in Haifa in 1955/60. Shortly thereafter, Marli Lehrer's son then about 17 or 18 years old and in the Israeli Army was killed in a military action. Another uncle (named Irving?) also immigrated to Palestina from Vienna; this was 1922.

Events

Birth21 Jan 1879Podwołoczyska, Galicia, Austria-Hungary
Birth1 Feb 1879Podwoloczyska, Galicia, Austria-Hungary
Arrival27 Oct 1887
Arrival28 Oct 1887Boston, Massachusetts
Marriage20 Apr 1899Podwoloczycka, Galicia, Austria-Hungary - Hillel Turkel
Marriage20 Apr 1908Tarnopol, Galicia, Austria-Hungary - Hillel Turkel
Immigration1929Census 1930
Census1930Cleveland Heights, Cuyahoga, OH
Residence1930Cleveland Heights, Cuyahoga, Ohio
Death13 May 1963Ridge Road Cemetery #2, Brooklyn, New York, United States
Alt nameFrieda Turkel
Alt nameFreide Tuerkel
Alt nameFreida Segall
Alt nameFrime Segal Halperin
Alt nameFrume Segal Halperin
ResidenceBoston, Massachusetts, United States
DepartureQueenstown, Ireland
Hebrew nameפרידה פרומע

Families

SpouseHillel Turkel (1877 - 1941)
ChildSimon Turkel (1900 - 1984)
ChildDr. Heinrich "Henry" Türkel ( - )
ChildGeorge "Georg" Turkel (1905 - 1996)
ChildMalvina "Malwisia" Turkel (1910 - 2001)
FatherSimon Shimshon Segal (1840 - 1920)
MotherFriede Male "Mollie" Halpern (1840 - 1920)

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