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Marriage: Children:
  1. Sarah3 SHAPIRO: Birth: 1 MAY 1856 in Revutskoe, Ukraine. Death: 19 OCT 1924 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California

  2. Joseph3 (sp 2) SHAPIRO: Birth: JUL 1860 in Ukraine. Death: 24 DEC 1913 in Duluth, St. Louis County, Minnesota

  3. Celia3 SHAPIRO: Birth: 1862 in Ukraine. Death: 5 FEB 1946 in Superior, Wisconsin

  4. Aaron3 SHAPIRO: Birth: 11 JAN 1872 in Ukraine. Death: 12 JUN 1946 in unknown

  5. George3 (sp 2) SHAPIRO: Birth: 12 DEC 1874 in Novoukrainka, Ukraine. Death: 7 SEP 1936 in Superior, Wisconsin


Sources
1. Title:   World Family Tree European Origins Vol. E1, Ed. 1
Page:   Tree #0447
Author:   Br�derbund Software, Inc.
Publication:   Release date: September 15, 1997

Notes
a. Note:   [Br�derbund WFT European Origins Vol. E1, Ed. 1, Tree #0447, Date of Import: Mar 11, 2003]
  ANNA ORECKOVSKY SHAPIRO, was known as "Mimi Yente." Yente means "gentle". Her Yiddish name was "Khanna", and she was also called "Yetta", "Bubba", "Tanta", "Yanta", "Bubba Yente," and "The Gross." She had a first husband in Russia before marrying Moishe Shaiya Shapiro. She may also have had oth children in Russia, according to the 1920 U.S. Census, which also said she was born December 1836. (See Alexander Schwartzbine's record.) 1905 Duluth City Directory; YANTA SHAPIRO (widow Morris), boarder at 105 1st Ave East 1913-1914 Duluth City Directory: TANTA SHAPIRO, (wid Morris) boarder 105 1st av E Aneta Averbook Weisberg (1993), her granddaughter, said "Bubba" lived her last 14 years at the home of her daughter, Tzeryl Shapiro Schwartzbine, in Duluth. "In her later years, my grandmother Yanta became blind and crippled. But she remained a brilliant woman. She was very wise, and people used to come seeking her advice. She often had two or three visitors at her side.
  "Grandma always had some money wrapped up inside a handkerchief for charity. She never turned down anyone in need." (Mary Shapiro, 1994) CERTIFICATE OF DEATH (Microfilm 1916, #25377-450): MRS. ANNA SHAPIRO, d. 19 May 1916 at 121-1/2 E. 2nd St, Duluth, MN; b. unknown, Russia; age 82 [1834]; widow; housewife; father, Abraham Oreckowski, Russia; mother, Eva Oreckowski, Russia; informant, Gabe Oreck, Duluth; cause, lobar pneumonia, 4 days; Jewish Cemetery, 21 May 1916 [Br�derbund WFT European Origins Vol. E1, Ed. 1, Tree #0447, Date of Import: Mar 22, 2003]
  ANNA ORECKOVSKY SHAPIRO, was known as "Mimi Yente." Yente means "gentle". Her Yiddish name was "Khanna", and she was also called "Yetta", "Bubba", "Tanta", "Yanta", "Bubba Yente," and "The Gross." She had a first husband in Russia before marrying Moishe Shaiya Shapiro. She may also have had oth children in Russia, according to the 1920 U.S. Census, which also said she was born December 1836. (See Alexander Schwartzbine's record.) 1905 Duluth City Directory; YANTA SHAPIRO (widow Morris), boarder at 105 1st Ave East 1913-1914 Duluth City Directory: TANTA SHAPIRO, (wid Morris) boarder 105 1st av E Aneta Averbook Weisberg (1993), her granddaughter, said "Bubba" lived her last 14 years at the home of her daughter, Tzeryl Shapiro Schwartzbine, in Duluth. "In her later years, my grandmother Yanta became blind and crippled. But she remained a brilliant woman. She was very wise, and people used to come seeking her advice. She often had two or three visitors at her side.
  "Grandma always had some money wrapped up inside a handkerchief for charity. She never turned down anyone in need." (Mary Shapiro, 1994) CERTIFICATE OF DEATH (Microfilm 1916, #25377-450): MRS. ANNA SHAPIRO, d. 19 May 1916 at 121-1/2 E. 2nd St, Duluth, MN; b. unknown, Russia; age 82 [1834]; widow; housewife; father, Abraham Oreckowski, Russia; mother, Eva Oreckowski, Russia; informant, Gabe Oreck, Duluth; cause, lobar pneumonia, 4 days; Jewish Cemetery, 21 May 1916 [Br�derbund WFT European Origins Vol. E1, Ed. 1, Tree #0447, Date of Import: Dec 30, 2003]
  ANNA ORECKOVSKY SHAPIRO, was known as "Mimi Yente." Yente means "gentle". Her Yiddish name was "Khanna", and she was also called "Yetta", "Bubba", "Tanta", "Yanta", "Bubba Yente," and "The Gross." She had a first husband in Russia before marrying Moishe Shaiya Shapiro. She may also have had oth children in Russia, according to the 1920 U.S. Census, which also said she was born December 1836. (See Alexander Schwartzbine's record.) 1905 Duluth City Directory; YANTA SHAPIRO (widow Morris), boarder at 105 1st Ave East 1913-1914 Duluth City Directory: TANTA SHAPIRO, (wid Morris) boarder 105 1st av E Aneta Averbook Weisberg (1993), her granddaughter, said "Bubba" lived her last 14 years at the home of her daughter, Tzeryl Shapiro Schwartzbine, in Duluth. "In her later years, my grandmother Yanta became blind and crippled. But she remained a brilliant woman. She was very wise, and people used to come seeking her advice. She often had two or three visitors at her side.
  "Grandma always had some money wrapped up inside a handkerchief for charity. She never turned down anyone in need." (Mary Shapiro, 1994) CERTIFICATE OF DEATH (Microfilm 1916, #25377-450): MRS. ANNA SHAPIRO, d. 19 May 1916 at 121-1/2 E. 2nd St, Duluth, MN; b. unknown, Russia; age 82 [1834]; widow; housewife; father, Abraham Oreckowski, Russia; mother, Eva Oreckowski, Russia; informant, Gabe Oreck, Duluth; cause, lobar pneumonia, 4 days; Jewish Cemetery, 21 May 1916


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