Searching for Nemerov/Nemerover, I noticed your (2-year old) message on an Internet Genealogy site asking for information on Anne/Anna Lader. I am a distant relative (not a blood relative) of Anna Lader and can offer the following information (which you can also find at the Ellis Island Immigration Records). Your g-g-grandmother's name was Chane (Hannah) Ledermann, and she arrived at Ellis Island on 5 April 1900, aged 44 years old. She was accompanied by 2 of her children, Aaron, aged 10, and Rachel (Rae, the one who married an Auerbach - my connection to Chane Ledermann), aged 14. Chane was widowed at the time of immigration; I believe that her maiden name was Schiltz. The Ledermanns (name shortened to Lader later) were from Nemerov, 30 km se of Vinnitsa in central Ukraine. Both of my paternal grandparents were also from Nemerov, as was Philip Frank. The Nemerover landsmanschaft served as a means by which these people continued to associate in America, and their main (initial) burial sites are at the Mt. Judah Cemetery on the Brooklyn/Queens border. Philip Frank's son, Aaron, was a prominent NYC lawyer who ran for political office in the early 1950s. Contact me if you wish more information, or if you have information on the Nemerover society.
Michael D. Greenfield
Lawrence, Kansas and Arlington, Virginia
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