Notes for JULIAN ABERBACH:

Son of Aron Adolph and Henie Chawa "Anna" (Schmetterling) Aberbach.
Born: February 8, 1909 in Vienna, Austria.
Died: May 17, 2004 in Southampton, Suffolk County, New York.
Buried: May 19, 2004 - Independent Jewish Cemetery Association, Temple Adas Israel, Sag Harbor, New York.
Travel/Immigration: April 19-25, 1952 - First Class on French S.S. Ile de FranceLe Havre, France to New York, New York to 7231 Hollywood Blvd, Hollywood, Los Angeles County, California.
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.
January 1, 2001 - Southampton, New York.
Occupation:
April, 1940 - Representative, Foreign Concerns.
Married: Anne Marie ? Before 1954 in probably New York.

NOTES: Businessman. Founder of a music company died at the age of 95. He owned the rights to Elvis Presley's recordings, he sold these recordings to Sun records for $40,000. He also served in World War II, during his service he became interested in country music and after his discharge founded the music publishing company. music publisher, who lived and worked in both the United States and France. He was responsible, with his younger brother Jean 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)


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