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Cecilia Gottlieb (Michelman)

Cecilia Gottlieb (Michelman)

Cecilia Gottlieb (Michelman)
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    Travelled to Europe as a young women; got pregnant 3x and had 3 abortions. Father died when she was 11. Pretended to be married to the very married Hugh A Holahan, forced her daughter to give away her 2nd son to adoption, committed suicide when diagnosed with terminal cancer, but not before having her hair done. Not religious, but occasionally would attend a seder. Cremated.

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Cecilia Gottlieb (Michelman)

(July 19, 1903July 19, 1903 Gregorian
July 6, 1903 Julian
Tammuz 24, 5663 Hebrew
, New York City, New York - November 5, 1994November 5, 1994 Gregorian
October 23, 1994 Julian
Kislev 2, 5755 Hebrew
, Manhattan, New York, US)


(about 1874about 1874 Gregorian
about 1873 Julian
about 5634 Hebrew
, Hungary - February, 1914February, 1914 Gregorian
January, 1914 Julian
Shevat, 5674 Hebrew
, Bronx, NY)


(about 1880about 1880 Gregorian
about 1879 Julian
about 5640 Hebrew
, Gyongyos - about 1954about 1954 Gregorian
about 1953 Julian
about 5714 Hebrew
, New York City, New York)


(March 26, 1899March 26, 1899 Gregorian
March 14, 1899 Julian
Nisan 15, 5659 Hebrew
, Dublin - August, 1970August, 1970 Gregorian
July, 1970 Julian
Tammuz, 5730 Hebrew
, Bronx, NY)


(August 12, 1934August 12, 1934 Gregorian
July 30, 1934 Julian
Elul 1, 5694 Hebrew
, Manhattan, New York, US - )


(June 6, 1937June 6, 1937 Gregorian
May 24, 1937 Julian
Sivan 27, 5697 Hebrew
- about December 14, 1998about December 14, 1998 Gregorian
about December 1, 1998 Julian
about Kislev 25, 5759 Hebrew
, Manhattan, New York, US)

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