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First Name Family Name Civil Year of Record Record Location
M. Abrahams 1910 American Jewish Year Book
M. Abrahams 1918 The Chicago Jewish Community Blue Book - List of officers and members of Chicago's Jewish Organizations
M. Abrahams 1910 American Jewish Year Book 1910-1911
M. (Mrs.) Abrahams 1920 Chicago, IL- notices archive, The Sentinel, July 23
M. M. Abrahams ------ American Jewish Year Book 5662
M. M. Abrahams ------ American Jewish Year Book 5665
Magnus Abrahams 1948 Ridgewood, NY- Union Field, Cypress Ave.
Marcus Abrahams 1930 Chicago, IL- Waldheim
Maria Abrahams 1917 Glendale, NY- Mt. Lebanon
Mariam Abrahams 1916 Brooklyn NY- Washington Cemetery, McDonald Ave.
Mark Abrahams 1933 Brooklyn, NY- Salem Fields, 775 Jamaica Ave
Mark Abrahams 1895 Federation of Jewish Charities Charter Subscribers 1895 in Book: Fifty Years of Jewish Philanthropy in Greater Boston 1895- 1945, Combined Jewish Appeal 1945 Year Book
Mark L. Abrahams 1917 Distinguished Jews of America
Marvin Abrahams 2000 Glendale, NY- Mt. Neboh, Cypress Hills St.
Mary Abrahams ------ Ridgewood, NY- Old Mt. Carmel, Cypress Ave.
Maurice Abrahams 1947 American Jews- Their Lives and Achievements, A Contemporary Biographical Record
Maurice Abrahams 1913 Chicago, IL- notices archive, The Sentinel, November 28
Max Abrahams 1915 Brooklyn, NY- Washington Cemetery, McDonald Ave.
Max Abrahams 1931 Ridgewood, NY- Mt. Judah, Cypress Ave.
Max Abrahams 1919 Brooklyn, NY- Washington Cemetery, McDonald Ave
Max Abrahams 1914 Brooklyn, NY- Washington cemetery, McDonald Ave.
Max Abrahams 1960 Chicago, IL- Waldheim
Max Abrahams 1922 Chicago, IL- Waldheim
Max Abrahams 1930 Glendale, NY- Mt. Lebanon
Max Abrahams 1914 List of payments made to Hebrew Free Loan Society in the Twenty-third Annual Report from January 1 to December 31, 1914, printed in 1915. Society building at 108 Second Avenue, New York
Max (Mrs.) Abrahams 1920 Chicago, IL- notices archive, The Sentinel, October 29
Meshulam Abrahams 1989 Jerusalem, Israel- Har Menuchos
Meyer Abrahams 1930 Ozone Park, NY- Bayside
Michael Abrahams 1931 Brooklyn NY- Washington Cemetery, McDonald Ave.
Michael Abrahams 1951 Glendale, NY- Mt. Lebanon
Michael B. Abrahams 1928 Brooklyn, NY- Salem Fields, 775 Jamaica Ave
Michael R. Abrahams 1996 Pinelawn- Long Island, NY- Wellwood Cemetery, Wellwood Ave.
Mildred Guckenheimer Abrahams ------ Who's Who in American Jewry, 1938
Mildred Guckenheimer Abrahams ------ Who's Who in American Jewry, 1938
Mina Abrahams 1924 Ozone Park, NY- Acacia, Liberty Ave.
Minnie Abrahams 1902 Ridgewood, NY- Machpelah, Cypress Ave.
Minnie Blaivas Abrahams 1944 Brooklyn, NY- Washington Cemetery, McDonald Ave.
Miriam Abrahams 1955 Jerusalem, Israel- Har Menuchos
Mollie Sagarin Abrahams 1953 Schenectady, NY- Free Jewish Cemetery
Morris Abrahams 1929 Ridegewood, NY- Old Mt. Carnel, Cypress St.
Morris Abrahams 1940 Brooklyn, NY- Washington Cemetery, McDonald Ave.
Morris Abrahams 1923 Ozone Park, NY- Bayside
Morris Abrahams 1932 Ozone Park, NY- Bayside
Morris Abrahams 1948 Brooklyn, NY- Washington Cemetery, McDonald Ave.
Morris Abrahams 1923 Chicago, IL- Waldheim
Morris Abrahams 1945 Chicago, IL- Waldheim
Morris Abrahams 1924 Chicago, IL- Waldheim
Morris Abrahams 1905 Chicago, IL- Waldheim
Morris Abrahams 1918 Chicago, IL- notices archive, The Sentinel, May 24
Morris Abrahams 1917 Chicago, IL- notices archive, The Sentinel, July 20
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