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Your Search returned 42 results for M Hammer (1 - 42 displayed)

First Name Family Name Civil Year of Record Record Location
M. Hammer 1918 The Chicago Jewish Community Blue Book - List of officers and members of Chicago's Jewish Organizations
Mannie Hammer 1957 Glendale, NY- Mt. Lebanon
Mannie Hammer 1957 Glendale, NY- Mt. Lebanon
Marcia Hammer 2016 NY State notice archive- Obituaries
Marx Hammer ------ American Jewish Year Book 5667
Max Hammer ------ Ridgewood, NY- Union Field, Cypress Ave.
Max Hammer 1956 Brooklyn, NY- Washington Cemetery, McDonald Ave.
Max Aaron Hammer 2013 NJ State notices archive - New Comers
Mayer Hammer 1977 Montreal, Canada- Baron Hirsch, Savane St.
Meyer Hammer 1960 Glendale, NY- Mt. Lebanon
Michael Meyer Hammer 1920 Chicago, IL- notices archive, The Sentinel, April 09
Michael Meyer Hammer 1920 Chicago, IL- notices archive, The Sentinel, August 06
Mike Hammer 1952 Ridgewood, NY- Mt. Judah, Cypress Ave.
Mike Hammer 1952 Ridgewood, NY- Mt. Judah, Cypress Ave.
Miriam Hammer 1963 Montreal, Canada- Baron De Hirsch, Savane St.
Mollie Hammer 1970 Newark, NJ- Jewish Cemeteries, South Grove Ave.
Mollie Hammer ------ Brooklyn, NY- Washington cemetery, McDonald Ave.
Mollie Hammer 1919 Chicago, IL- notices archive, The Sentinel, June 27
Molly Hammer 1983 Ridgewood, NY- Mt. Judah, Cypress Ave.
Morris Hammer ------ Ridgewood, NY- Mt. Judah, Cypress Ave.
Morris Hammer 1935 Newark, NJ- Jewish Cemeteries, South Grove Ave.
Morris Hammer 1986 Montreal, Canada- Baron De Hirsch, Savane St.
Morris Hammer 1938 Chicago, IL- Waldheim
Morris Hammer 1941 Glendale, NY- Mt. Lebanon
Morris Hammer 1941 Glendale, NY- Mt. Lebanon
Morris Hammer 1928 Glendale, NY- Mt. Lebanon
Mortimer Hammer 1918 The Chicago Jewish Community Blue Book - List of officers and members of Chicago's Jewish Organizations
Mortimer E. Hammer 1933 Chicago, IL- Rosehill, Ravenswood Ave.
Mortimer E. Hammer 1918 The Chicago Jewish Community Blue Book - List of officers and members of Chicago's Jewish Organizations
Mortimer E. Hammer 1911 Chicago, IL - Notices Archive, The Sentinel, February 18
Moshe Yakov Hammer 2004 Los Angeles, CA- Mt. Olive, Slauson Ave.
Mandel Hammerman 1963 Chicago, IL- Rosemont Park, Addison St.
Minnie Hammerman 1932 Brooklyn, NY- Washington Cemetery, McDonald Ave.
Morris Hammerman ------ American Jewish Year book- AMERICAN JEWISH WAR SERVICE - AWARDS - 1943-1944
Malcolm H. Hammerschlag 1986 Ridgewood, NY- Beth Olam, Cypress Hill St.
Millie Hammerschlag 1972 Ridgewood, NY- Beth Olam, Cypress Hill St.
Morris Hammerschlag 1949 Newark, NJ- Jewish Cemeteries, South Grove Ave.
Moses Hammerschlag 1932 Chicago, IL- Waldheim
Meta E. Hammerslough 1926 Brooklyn, NY- Salem Fields, 775 Jamaica Ave
M. C. Hammerstein 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
Moits Hammerstein 1947 American Jews- Their Lives and Achievements, A Contemporary Biographical Record
Moritz C. Hammerstein 1932 Brooklyn, NY- Washington cemetery, McDonald Ave.

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