Name: Berel Barnet Goldberg
Note: Several descendants were named Bernard so one wonders if that was really his name
Birth: Nov 1857 in Kishinev
Death: 31 May 1918 in 270 South 9th Street Brooklyn
Note: Purchased a plot of six lots from the Herman Zinn Society, a very unusual arrangement.
1 of influenza epidemic
Burial: 2 Jun 1918 31R-1 Mt. Zion Cemetery, Maspeth, New York
Change Date: 06 FEB 2014 at 18:59:49
Immigration: abt 1890
Barnet left Kiev for the United States leaving Celia and children Charles, Frieda, Sam and possibly Harry behind. Four years later they joined him and lived in the lower east side Varick street.
Occupation: Schmatta peddler, house and store painter
Naturalized 08 Aug 1899
Was very religious, helped found a synagogue at South 5th Street & Marcy Ave. Torn down in the '60s for a traffic interchange.
Religion: Jew, Kohen
Name: Dov B'er haKohen
Note: • Berel Goldberg death certificate
Note: • Gravestone calls him a Kohen, see photos. Shows a nice carved hamsa
"Boruch" became Barnet in english.
Hebrew inscription on gravestone: A respected man, Mr Dov Be'er son of the honored Aryeh Leib haKohen
Father: Aryeh Leib Goldberg b: in Volnova, Moldova
Mother: Freda Kogen
Tzirel Rivka "Celia" Kogen b: Oct 1861 in Kiev, Russia
in Russia 2
- Change Date:
27 MAR 2008
- Jacob "Jack" Goldberg b: 7 Mar 1901 in Manhattan
- Ike Goldberg b: Nov 1898 in New York
- Dora Goldberg b: 25 Jan 1895 in New York
- Harry Goldberg b: May 1893 in Kiev, Russia
- Samuel Goldberg b: 15 Apr 1886 in Russia
- Frieda (Sarah) Goldberg b: 2 Apr 1886 in Kishinev, Moldova
- Charles Laurence Goldberg b: May 1882 in Kishinev, Moldova
- Irving "Isadore" Goldberg b: Feb 1896 in New York
- Title: New York Certificate # 12625
Mel Goldberg said his grandfather died in the flu epidemic.
Date: 29 AUG 2012
- Title: Barnet Goldberg household, 1900 census, Manhattan, Sheet 6A ED 181 SD 171
Abbrev: Barnet Goldberg household, 1900 census, Manhattan, NY
Date: 27 MAR 2008