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  • BING-JACOB Joseph

    BING-JACOB Joseph

    Male 1780 - 1855  (75 years)

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    Generation: 1

    1. 1.  BING-JACOB Joseph was born in 1780 in Metz; died on 15 Aug 1855 in Brighton; was buried in Brighton Jewish Cemetery.

      Other Events:

      • Address: 9 East Street, Brighton

      Notes:

      Died:
      Joseph JACOB-BING - Whose death in his 76th year, having been run over by a lady on a horse, on the way to his Brighton Synagogue on Friday afternoon was reported extensively in two Jewish Chronicle issues of August 1855.

      Joseph married BRUNSWICK Colette. Colette (daughter of BRUNSCHWIG Nathan and LUMSCHWILLER) was born on 25 Nov 1795 in Dijon, France; died on 3 Jul 1886 in London; was buried in Brighton Jewish Cemetery. [Group Sheet]

      Children:
      1. BING-JACOB Rosine [Sara Reizel] was born on 30 Apr 1823 in Paris, France; died on 20 Dec 1886 in London; was buried on 21 Dec 1886 in West Ham Jewish Cemetery (Buckingham Rd).
      2. BING-JACOB Celestine was born in 1831 in Metz.
      3. BING-JACOB Elisa Alice was born in 1831 in Metz.

    Generation: 2


        
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