Genealogy Data Page 12 (Notes Pages)

Individuals marked with a red dot are direct ancestors of Paul Martin Lieberman
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Portov Lorraine [Female] b. --Not Shown-- Brooklyn, NY

Occupation: social worker
Change: 7 Oct 2011

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Slepian Ralph [Male] b. --Not Shown-- Brooklyn, NY
Occupation: physician
Event - Hebrew Name: Raphael ben Daniel (after Lorraine's father)
Change: 30 Nov 2014

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Slepian Brian [Male] b. --Not Shown-- Queens, NY
Occupation: physician
Event - Hebrew Name: Baruch Avram ben Daniel (after Bertha Geller & Avram Slepian
Change: 30 Nov 2014

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Slepian Gregory [Male] b. --Not Shown-- Plainview, NY
Occupation: attorney
Event - Hebrew Name: Ephraim David ben Daniel (after Lorraine's uncle's child)
Change: 30 Nov 2014

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Slepian Eric [Male] b. --Not Shown-- Queens, NY
Occupation: attorney
Event - Hebrew Name: Ethan Gershon (after mother's mother)
Change: 30 Nov 2014

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Harper Judith [Female] b. 13 Jul 1942 Scranton, PA - d. 26 Sep 2013 New Mexico
Change: 5 Jul 2014

HARPER It is with a heavy heart we announce Judith Harper, 72, most recently of Magdalena, passed away with family by her side Thursday, Sept. 26, 2013, after a courageous battle with uterine cancer. She was born in Scranton, Pa., spending her youth there. She graduated from Scranton Central High School, attended East Stroudsburgh University and graduated from Katherine Gibbs Secretarial School in Montclair, N.J.
Judith met Steve Slepian when they were camp counselors and wait staff in the Catskills. She later moved to New York City where she married Steve on May 26, 1966. After the birth of two children and wonderful times in Great Neck, Long Island, the family moved to Arizona in 1978 with a short stop along the way in Northridge, Calif. During this period she touched many lives as a marriage and family therapist, receiving her master's in counseling from Arizona State University. She was a past president of the Arizona Association of Marriage and Family Therapists.
Steve and Judith divorced in 1986. Through her love of the outdoors she met her soulmate, Paul Loebner, formally of Litchfield, Minn. She and Paul married Oct. 14, 2005, in their backyard on Pinchot in a historic district of Phoenix, and the adventures of a lifetime began. She lived a life full of adventure, her love for the outdoors ever apparent. She raised llamas for a time, but hiking was her passion; she blazed trails across the U.S., Europe and Central America. One of her greatest accomplishments was hiking the Pacific Crest Trail from Mexico to Canada. Most recently she and Paul undertook the Eastern Loop on their boat Tranquillo. Unfortunately, the trip was cut short by recurrent disease.
Judith was a crossword puzzle fanatic and jigsaw puzzle master. When visiting the grandkids she was often teaching a new card game or working a puzzle.
Judith always had, as she said, the "Harper can do" attitude and was a tireless worker. No project was too big. Most recently she and Paul lived on their property outside of Magdalena, so appropriately titled "Almost-a-Ranch."
She is survived by her loving husband, Paul Loebner, of Magdalena; brothers Brooks Harper and Ben Harper, of Mount Juliet, Tenn., and Clarks Summit, Pa.; son Mark Slepian, M.D., and daughter-in-law Laurie Slepian, of Scottsdale, Ariz.; daughter Raquel Clark and son-in-law Dan Clark, of Alamo, Calif.; stepson Chris Loebner and Sondra, of Las Vegas, Nev.; stepdaughter Andrea Hall and Roger Hall of Mesa, Ariz.; and grandchildren Kaitlin, Katie, Lauren, Haley, Jake, Olivia and Tyler. She was preceded in death by her parents, Ralph Harper and Marion Brooks Harper.
We wish Judith safe travels and a steady foot on her latest journey as she is now off hiking the trails she never made it to and re-hiking the ones she loved. As you always said, "Life is an adventure follow your dreams."
Arrangements for a celebration of life event are pending. In lieu of flowers the family has requested for donations to be made to the Magdalena Public Library, P.O. Box 86, Magdalena, NM 87825-0086; 505-854-2361.
Published in The Arizona Republic from Oct. 4 to Oct. 5, 2013

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Slepian Raquel Lynn [Female] b. --Not Shown-- Manhattan, NY
Event - Hebrew Name: Rachel (after Rose)
Change: 30 Nov 2014

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Slepian Mark Warren [Male] b. --Not Shown-- Manhattan, NY
Event - Hebrew Name: Liazar (after Leo Greenberg)
Change: 30 Nov 2014

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Greenberg William Jay [Male] b. 21 Mar 1924 Bronx, NY
Change: 20 Oct 2013

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Sills Denis [Female] b. --Not Shown-- New York, NY
Occupation: chemist/physicist
Change: 11 Jun 2014

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Wolff Abraham [Male]
Occupation: real estate
Change: 28 Oct 2009

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Wolff Phillip [Male] b. 4 Jul 1886 France - d. 1958 Brooklyn, NY
Immigration: : Abt 1887
Change: 31 Dec 2000

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Wolff Bernard [Male]
Occupation: politician
Change: 28 Oct 2009

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Wolff William [Male]
Change: 28 Oct 2009

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Wolff Sister To Phillip [Female]
Change: 28 Oct 2009

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Furman Esther [Female] b. Abt 1885 Russia - d. Abt 1969 Brooklyn, NY
Immigration: : Abt 1900
Change: 31 Dec 2000

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Friedfertig Alter [Male]
Event - Hebrew Name - According to a copy of Yetta Geller's birth certificate, se: Chaim Avraham haLevy
Change: 1 Dec 2014

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Rauch Etie Rachel [Female] d. Bef 1901 Rohatyn, Galicia
Event - Hebrew Name: Etche
Change: 30 Nov 2014

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Friedfertig Samuel [Male] b. Abt 1880 Galicia - d. 1925 NY

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Immigration: : 27 Feb 1898
Occupation: tailor
Change: 9 Feb 2014

According to index to passenger lists, (listed as "Sanwel" =? Samuel) he arrived on the Rotterdam on 27 Feb 1897 (I hope it's a 7), passage paid by his brother.

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Friedfertig Solomon [Male] b. 30 Jul 1871 Rohatyn, Galicia - d. 16 Jun 1955 Brooklyn, NY
Immigration: : 5 Jul 1895
Occupation: Tailor
Event - Hebrew Name: Shlomo Zalman
Change: 30 Nov 2014

Arrived in NYC 5 Jul 1895 on SS Marzalia out of Hamburg

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