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Marriage: Children:
  1. Morris3 OXMAN: Birth: 4 APR 1861 in Kishinev, Russia. Death: 22 DEC 1929 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California, USA

  2. Kalman3 (Karl) (Carl) OXMAN: Birth: JAN 1867 in Russia. Death: 12 SEP 1912 in St. Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota

  3. Katie3 OXMAN: Birth: 1873 in Russia. Death: 9 AUG 1915 in St. Paul, Ramsey County, Minnesota


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 22, 2003]
  He was known as Ovadia, Ovadi, Ovadue, and Ove. He and Rose came to America about 1889-1892. 1900 U.S. CENSUS (Roll 784 - Vol 47, ED 107, Sh 7, L 23); 203 Indiana, St. Paul, Ramsey Co, MN; OVIDIA OXMAN, 59, Oct 1840, m. 46 [1854], b. Russia/Ru/Ru, immig 1891, 9 yrs in US, fruit peddler; ROSE, 59, July 1840, m. 46 [1854], 13ch/4living, Russia/Ru/Ru, immig 1889, 11 yrs US ...Ovidia and Rose lived with MILSTEIN, SAMUEL [b.1868] & KATIE OXMAN MILSTEIN [b. 1869] & their children; and next door to Adolph [b. 1862] & Bessie [b. 1867] Fink & their children St. Paul City Directory: OVIDIA OXMAN is recorded up to about 1907, at same address as Rose Oxma CERTIFICATE OF DEATH: Ove Oxman, 56 [probably 66], d. 18 Mar 1907, 201 E. Indiana, St. Paul, MN; born, Russia; peddler; married; res, 201 E. Indiana, St. Paul; cause, apolexy [apoplexy]; 15 year in St. Paul [arrived 1892]; buried Russian Brotherhood
  BURIAL was in Row 3-A, Lot 27, Old Section C at the Russian Brotherhood Cemetery, now Westside Hebrew Cemetery. The cemetery records his first name as "Ovadue". In the cemetery, there is no headstone, only a marker that is can still be nicely read. It says: "Ovedeu Oxman, March 18, 1907". In Hebrew, it says, "Ovedeu Ben Kalman ha Levi", son of Kalman, of the Levi tribe.
  Also in Westside Hebrew Cemetery, Old Section C, are Ida Oxman (Row 6, Lot 8) and Mollie Oxman (Row 7, Lot 54). [Br�derbund WFT European Origins Vol. E1, Ed. 1, Tree #0447, Date of Import: Dec 30, 2003]
  He was known as Ovadia, Ovadi, Ovadue, and Ove. He and Rose came to America about 1889-1892. 1900 U.S. CENSUS (Roll 784 - Vol 47, ED 107, Sh 7, L 23); 203 Indiana, St. Paul, Ramsey Co, MN; OVIDIA OXMAN, 59, Oct 1840, m. 46 [1854], b. Russia/Ru/Ru, immig 1891, 9 yrs in US, fruit peddler; ROSE, 59, July 1840, m. 46 [1854], 13ch/4living, Russia/Ru/Ru, immig 1889, 11 yrs US ...Ovidia and Rose lived with MILSTEIN, SAMUEL [b.1868] & KATIE OXMAN MILSTEIN [b. 1869] & their children; and next door to Adolph [b. 1862] & Bessie [b. 1867] Fink & their children St. Paul City Directory: OVIDIA OXMAN is recorded up to about 1907, at same address as Rose Oxma CERTIFICATE OF DEATH: Ove Oxman, 56 [probably 66], d. 18 Mar 1907, 201 E. Indiana, St. Paul, MN; born, Russia; peddler; married; res, 201 E. Indiana, St. Paul; cause, apolexy [apoplexy]; 15 year in St. Paul [arrived 1892]; buried Russian Brotherhood
  BURIAL was in Row 3-A, Lot 27, Old Section C at the Russian Brotherhood Cemetery, now Westside Hebrew Cemetery. The cemetery records his first name as "Ovadue". In the cemetery, there is no headstone, only a marker that is can still be nicely read. It says: "Ovedeu Oxman, March 18, 1907". In Hebrew, it says, "Ovedeu Ben Kalman ha Levi", son of Kalman, of the Levi tribe.
  Also in Westside Hebrew Cemetery, Old Section C, are Ida Oxman (Row 6, Lot 8) and Mollie Oxman (Row 7, Lot 54).


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