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Goldbergs Worcester Massachusetts
Posted by: Kim Schwab (ID *****7271) Date: January 20, 2005 at 07:32:03
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I am searching for info on a Goldberg family that lived in Massachussetts in 1900.

Max Goldberg-- a rabbi at the Sons of Israel Synagogue on Providence Street in Worcester Mass on the 1900 census.
He was a widower and I do not know his deceased wife's name.

children living with him on the census:

Joseph S. Goldberg b.1876 later married Dora and had 3 children: Milton Judith and Sidney. Joseph was a peddler who was murdered between 1920 and 1930 while out on his route. Dora remained in Worcetser with the children thru 1930 census but eventually moved to Pittsburgh and may have remarried. She died in 1975.

Maurice I. Goldberg b. 1877 married Sarah Berg in 1908 and had 2 daughters Rhoda Lillian Goldberg and Edith M. Goldberg. This family moved to Brooklyn NY between 1920 and 1930.

Rosie Goldberg b.1880

Annie Goldberg b. 1/1883

Gussie Goldberg b. 12/1883

Mary Goldberg b.1885

Fannie Goldberg b. 1886

Ben Goldberg b. 1887

Louis Goldberg b. 1889

The whole family immigrated from Russia in 1891 thru 1892 but I have not been able to locate them on any immigration records.

Max appears to have died before the next census in 1910 and I have not been able to find the siblings other than Joseph and Maurice--presumably the girls may have married in between. Any info would be appreciated.

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