Son of Isaac and Dora "Debora" (Stockhamer) Weitz.
Born: November 6, 1906 in Stanislav, Austria (now Ivano Frankivsk, Ukraine).
Died: February 2, 1970 in Los Angeles, California.
Buried: Hillside Memorial Park, La Cienga Blvd. Los Angeles, California.
Name on Ellis Island Records/Manifest: Sucher Weiz.
Description: fair complexion, dark brown hair, brown eyes, 5'6" 152 lbs.
Immigration: Date of Arrival: September 18, 1920.
Took train to LA September 21, 1920.
April 9, 1930 - 1017 West 60th Place, Los Angeles, Supervisor's District 17, Enumeration District 19-496, Los Angeles County, California.
April 9, 1940 - 1427 South Ellsmere Avenue, Los Angeles, Block 28, Supervisor's District 16, Enumeration District 60-886, Los Angeles County, California.
December 1, 1926 - 1124 E. Adams St., Los Angeles, California.
December 1, 1926 - Bread Salesman.
April 9, 1930 - Proprietor, Wholesale Bakery.
April 9, 1940 - Baker, W-R Bakery.
Married: Sylvia Shapiro Unknown in Unknown.

Ellis Island Records:
Name: Weiz, Sucher
Ethnicity: Poland, Hebrew
Residence: Stanislaw, Poland
Date of Arrival: September 18, 1920
Age on Arrival: 14y
Gender: M
Martial Status: S
Ship of Travel: Lapland
Port of Departure: Antwerp, Belgium
4'4" dark complexion,fair hair, brown eyes
(Manifest line #23) Came Steerage passenger

Ship Manifest Pg. 1

Ship Manifest Pg. 2

Certificate of Arrival

Declaration of Intention

Petition for Citizenship - Front

Petition for Citizenship - Back - Oath of Allegiance

Dora (Stockhamer), Phillip, Saul, Pearl, Harry, Edith, Samuel Weitz (1913-1914?)

Charles Gincig and Edith Weitz Wedding

1930 Census

1940 Census Pg. 1

1940 Census Pg. 2

Death Certificate Index