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Looking for Feldman family of Haifa
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Beverley Davis
2018-01-09 13:30:58 UTC
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David and Rachel/Riva FELDMAN were born in Ukraine/Russia; shortly after they
married in 1918 they emigrated to England, and later went to Haifa where they died.

They had two sons: Uri who married and had a child, and Natan who died about 2000
in Haifa. He had two sons, one of whom was a pilot who died during the war.

I would be grateful if anyone could help me locate any living relatives, or find
out where the various family members may be buried.

thank you,
Beverley Davis in Melbourne, Australia

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Joseph Fibel
2018-01-10 01:50:59 UTC
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Beverley,

Steven Morse has Bezeq (the Israeli telephone bookl) on his web site. You can
write to all Feldmans or even phone them if there are not too many. its a thought,
anyway. Some may not speak Engllsh, most do. If they are not your relatives,
maybe they'll help in your search. il iAlso contact IGRA and ask them to help .

Good luck

Joe Fibel
New Rochelle, NY
Post by Beverley Davis
David and Rachel/Riva FELDMAN were born in Ukraine/Russia; shortly after they
married in 1918 they emigrated to England, and later went to Haifa where they
died. They had two sons: Uri who married and had a child, and Natan who died
about 2000 in Haifa. He had two sons, one of whom was a pilot who died during the
war. I would be grateful if anyone could help me locate any living relatives, or
find out where the various family members may be buried.
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Beverley Davis
2018-01-11 17:24:55 UTC
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Thanks to a number of wonderful members of JewishGen, I now have answers to my
questions.

With great appreciation,
Beverley Davis, Melbourne Australia
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