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father was Sam Rice. Sam's father Isaac came from Budapest, started
working as a baker, and soon owned his own flour company. He married
Lena Eberstark, who had come to America from Nowy Sacz, Poland, and
they had seven children that they raised in Brooklyn. Sam was a
photoengraver for most of his
career, working in Ohio and New York.
Honey's mother was Florence Doris. Her father Abraham immigrated from
Bialystok. Her mother Rebecca Zimmerman was born in New York in 1888,
parents who came from towns on the border of Poland and Lithuania.
Abraham ran a newspaper distribution business in Brooklyn; their four
also worked in the business.
Dave's father was Herb Tutelman. Herb's father Max came to New York
Kamenetz-Podolskiy in the southern Ukraine in the late 1800s. On the
boat over, he met Dora Shimkover, whom he later married. Max had a
career as a postman. Herb was a trained musician, but earned his living
as a teacher, becoming a NY City school principal.
Dave's mother was Marjorie Friedman. Her parents came to this country
from Poland, May Quicksilver from Lodz and Harry from Warsaw. Harry
owned a girls' and women's clothing store in the Bronx. Marj was a
- When Honey went searching for relatives, she found some help
from Sam's cousin Ruth Butler Edelson (see photo album for a picture of
Sam and Ruth). Here is a little detail of that branch of the family.
- Like Dave's grandfather Max Tutelman, Harry came to America from
Kamenetz-Podolskiy at about the same time. While we suspect they are
related somehow, we have yet to find the link in conversation with some
of Harry's descendants. Harry settled in Philadelphia, and became a
very successful industrialist.
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know of changes already, but please tell us about any that you notice.
Last updated 23 October 2004