Notes for JOACHIM JEAN ABERBACH:

Son of Aron Adolf and Henie Chawa "Anna" (Schmetterling) Aberbach.
AKA: Jean de la Roche.
Born: August 12, 1910 in Voslau, Austria.
Died: May 24, 1992 in Old Westbury, Nassau County, New York.
Buried: Mount Ararat Cemetery, Farmingdale, Suffolk County, New York.
Immigration: October 24, 1934 - on ship Champlain from Plymouth, England to New York City, New York.
Petition for Naturalization: November 9, 1935, New York, New York.
Travel: November 3-9, 1954 - First Class on French S.S. Ile de France Cherbourg, France to Southampton, England to New York City, New York.
September 6-11, 1956 - First Class on French S.S. Ile de France Cherbourg, France to Southampton, England to New York City, New York.
April 15, 1958 - R.M.S. Queen Mary, Southampton, England to New York City, New York.
Census:
April, 1940 - 240 West 73rd Street, Assembly District 7, Block G, Supervisor's District 17, Enumeration District 586A, Manhattan, New York.
Residence:
1935 - Paris, France.
November 9, 1954 - 8725 Henry Hudson Parkway, New York City, New York.
September 6-11, 1956 - 211 Central Park West, New York City, New York.
Occupation:
April, 1940 - Chief Clerk, Music Publisher.
Married: (1) Zita ? August 14, 1935 in Vienna, Austria. Divorced: March 19, 1939, Vienna, Austria.)
(2) Susan ? Before 1966 in Unknown.

NOTES: Music publisher. He was responsible, with his older brother Julian Aberbach, for establishing the Hill and Range music publishing house, and was instrumental in the careers of many leading country and popular music performers of the mid and late twentieth century, including Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Ray Charles, Edith Piaf and Jacques Brel. (More can be found at enwikipedia.org)

Book: RESTLESS GIANT: THE LIFE AND TIMES OF JEAN ABERBACH & HILL AND RANGE SONGS
By Bar Biszick-Lockwood (University of Illinois Press)


1934 Ship Manifest


1954 Ship Manifest


1956 Ship Manifest


1958 Ship Manifest


Petition for Naturalization


1940 Census