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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

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a. Note:   [Br�derbund WFT European Origins Vol. E1, Ed. 1, Tree #0447, Date of Import: Mar 22, 2003]
  Ida was the only surviving child of Raful, or "Raphael", and his second wife, Riva, who had as many as five childbirths in Russia. Ida came to America with her parents when she was "five or six years old". All her life, Ida would wear an amulet with tiny Torahs covered with cloth around her neck, beneath her garments, in appreciation for her life and heritage.
  1913-1914 Duluth City Directory: IDA ORECK, ticket seller, Savoy Theatre, boards 328 W. 3d [with "Ralph", her father, Refuel] 1920 U.S. CENSUS (Roll 858 - Vol 74, ED 115, Sh 7, L 27): IDA ORECK, 23 [1897], Odessa, Russia, naturalized, cashier, department store 1922-1923 Duluth City Directory: IDA ORECK, clerk, 230 4th av W. MARRIAGE RECORD: (Duluth, MN; Book 163, p. 296) ARTHUR A. SILVER, 26, to IDA ELIZABETH ORECK, 25, 22 June 1924, by Rabbi David Aaronson, in the presence of Louis Casmir and Pider Dekner Ida and Arthur had a fine, small, and very successful women's clothing store at 1303 Jefferson Street, in Duluth. Miriam Oreck, Abe and Annie Oreck's daughter, was close with Ida. "In Duluth, all Ida's half-sisters had Russian accents. Ida was determined to sound like a native American, and DID. She also told me that her family came from a town in the Moscow region called Orekhova". This could have been Orekhovo-Zuyevo, Orekhov, Orekovs, or Oroek. April 13, 1977, Ida wrote to Len Traubman: "Not too many families have taken the interest and pride in their roots that ours has, and fortunately kept records that ours has...to see that this family foundation continues to live for you, your children and their children. In another eight years, since the arrival of the first members of the family in 1885, we will be able to trace the history of our family in America back 100 years..for a country that is only 200 years old, I think we can be quite proud of our heritage." CERTIFICATE OF DEATH (Microfilm 1982, #72): IDA O. SILVER, d. 17 Jan 1982, St. Luke's Hosp, Duluth, MN; b. 21 Apr 1898, Russia; age 83; married, Arthur Silver; residence, 1123 E. Superior St, Duluth; owner-operator, dress shop; father, Raphael Oreck, Russia; mother, n/a; informant, Warren M. Silver, 5622 Calle Tuberia, Phoenix, AZ 85018; cause, respiratory failure, 2 mos, pulmonary emphysema, 1 yr, idiopathic muscular atrophy, 3yrs; Adas Israel Cem, Rice Lake Twp, 19 Jan, 1982 OBITUARY, Duluth News-Tribune, Tues, 19 Jan 1982: "IDA O. (ARTHUR A.) SILVER, 83.. She and her husband owned the Arthur A. Silver Dress Shop from 1938 to 1973. She was a member of Adas Israel and Temple Israel Sisterhood, Hadassah, the Duluth Woman's Club and the Women's Association of the Duluth-Superior Symphony Orchestra. Surviving, besides her husband, are a son, Warren M. Silver of Phoenix, Ariz., and three grandchildren." [Br�derbund WFT European Origins Vol. E1, Ed. 1, Tree #0447, Date of Import: Dec 30, 2003]
  Ida was the only surviving child of Raful, or "Raphael", and his second wife, Riva, who had as many as five childbirths in Russia. Ida came to America with her parents when she was "five or six years old". All her life, Ida would wear an amulet with tiny Torahs covered with cloth around her neck, beneath her garments, in appreciation for her life and heritage.
  1913-1914 Duluth City Directory: IDA ORECK, ticket seller, Savoy Theatre, boards 328 W. 3d [with "Ralph", her father, Refuel] 1920 U.S. CENSUS (Roll 858 - Vol 74, ED 115, Sh 7, L 27): IDA ORECK, 23 [1897], Odessa, Russia, naturalized, cashier, department store 1922-1923 Duluth City Directory: IDA ORECK, clerk, 230 4th av W. MARRIAGE RECORD: (Duluth, MN; Book 163, p. 296) ARTHUR A. SILVER, 26, to IDA ELIZABETH ORECK, 25, 22 June 1924, by Rabbi David Aaronson, in the presence of Louis Casmir and Pider Dekner Ida and Arthur had a fine, small, and very successful women's clothing store at 1303 Jefferson Street, in Duluth. Miriam Oreck, Abe and Annie Oreck's daughter, was close with Ida. "In Duluth, all Ida's half-sisters had Russian accents. Ida was determined to sound like a native American, and DID. She also told me that her family came from a town in the Moscow region called Orekhova". This could have been Orekhovo-Zuyevo, Orekhov, Orekovs, or Oroek. April 13, 1977, Ida wrote to Len Traubman: "Not too many families have taken the interest and pride in their roots that ours has, and fortunately kept records that ours has...to see that this family foundation continues to live for you, your children and their children. In another eight years, since the arrival of the first members of the family in 1885, we will be able to trace the history of our family in America back 100 years..for a country that is only 200 years old, I think we can be quite proud of our heritage." CERTIFICATE OF DEATH (Microfilm 1982, #72): IDA O. SILVER, d. 17 Jan 1982, St. Luke's Hosp, Duluth, MN; b. 21 Apr 1898, Russia; age 83; married, Arthur Silver; residence, 1123 E. Superior St, Duluth; owner-operator, dress shop; father, Raphael Oreck, Russia; mother, n/a; informant, Warren M. Silver, 5622 Calle Tuberia, Phoenix, AZ 85018; cause, respiratory failure, 2 mos, pulmonary emphysema, 1 yr, idiopathic muscular atrophy, 3yrs; Adas Israel Cem, Rice Lake Twp, 19 Jan, 1982 OBITUARY, Duluth News-Tribune, Tues, 19 Jan 1982: "IDA O. (ARTHUR A.) SILVER, 83.. She and her husband owned the Arthur A. Silver Dress Shop from 1938 to 1973. She was a member of Adas Israel and Temple Israel Sisterhood, Hadassah, the Duluth Woman's Club and the Women's Association of the Duluth-Superior Symphony Orchestra. Surviving, besides her husband, are a son, Warren M. Silver of Phoenix, Ariz., and three grandchildren."


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