Notes for JULIA REINHEIMER GINZIG:

Last Name: also found as Gincig.
Daughter of Benjamin and Minne "Mina" (Strauss) Reinheimer.
Born: January, 1874 in New York City, New York.
Died: January 5, 1944 in Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.
Buried: January 5, 1944 in Plot 650/32; New Maimonides Cemetery Elmont, New York.
Census:
December 21, 1870 - 252 1st Avenue, Election District 12, Ward 18, New York, New York.
January 11, 1871 - 252 1st Avenue, Election District 11, Ward 21, New York, New York.
June 2, 1880 - 118 First? St, Supervisor's District 1, Enurmation District 254, New York City, New York (as Julian).
June 7, 1900 - 222 Park Avenue, Enumeration District 800, Manhattan, New York County, New York.
June 1, 1905 - (New York State) - 112 136th, 17th Election District, 23rd Assembly District, Manhattan, New York City, New York.
April 27, 28, 1910 - 2648 E 21st Street, Enumeration District 1004, Ward 31, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York (w/parents).
January 2, 1920 - 2642 Kenmore Place, Assembly District 2, Block J, Supervisor's District 32, Enumeraion District 24-1290, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.
April 9, 1930 - 2642 Kenmore Place, Enumeration District 111, Assembly District 2, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.
April 4, 1940 - 1750 E 21st Street, Assembly District 2, Block E, Supervisor's District 47, Enumeration District 24-337, Supervisor's District 47, Enumeration District 24-337, Brooklyn, Kings County, New York.
Married: Morris "Moritz" Ginzig/Gincig June 8, 1897 in New York City, New York. (Certificate #8817. Married by Raphael Benjamin, M.A. - Listed as Minister at Rev. Keap St Temple Brooklyn). Marriage recorded June 11, 1897.


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Marriage Certificate (Front)


Marriage Certificate (Back)


Obituary


Will Reference Index Card