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  1. Louis3 Joseph ZUROVSKY: Birth: 19 MAR 1887 in Odessa, Ukraine. Death: 13 FEB 1950 in Duluth, St. Louis County, Minnesota

  2. Alexander3 (Alex) ZUROVSKY: Birth: 7 JUL 1889 in Odessa, Ukraine. Death: 18 MAY 1956 in Duluth, St. Louis County, Minnesota

  3. Esther3 ZUROVSKY: Birth: 25 SEP 1892 in Duluth, St. Louis County, Minnesota. Death: 8 JAN 1988 in Duluth, St. Louis County, Minnesota

  4. Rachel3 Ann (Rae) ZUROVSKY: Birth: 28 NOV 1894 in Duluth, St. Louis County, Minnesota. Death: 21 JAN 1959 in Duluth, St. Louis County, Minnesota

  5. Ida4 (sp 2) ZUROVSKY: Birth: 1896 in Duluth, St Louis County, Minnesota. Death: 6 MAY 1984 in Duluth, St Louis County, Minnesota


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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: Dec 30, 2003]
  Sarah came to America and Duluth in 1890. She was fondly called "Auntie Surah". In 1904, Sarah's husband, Avrom Zurovsky, died. To support her five children, she took in boarders and opened a small store.
  1905 Duluth City Directory: SARAH ZUROVSKY, (widow, Abraham) 109 1st av E. [with sons Alex and Loui 1906 & 1907 Duluth City Directory: SARAH ZUROVSKY [with her children], r. 109-1/2 2nd Alley E. 1908 Duluth City Directory: SARAH [with her children at home]; ALEX; LOUIS, clerk; ESTHER [16], stenographer, Wm Abrahamson & Co; 1909 Duluth City Directory: SARAH [with her children at home]; ALEX, travel agent; ESTHER, stenographer; LOUIS, clerk; RAE [15], stenographer 1910 Duluth City Directory: SARAH ZUROVSKY, 226 W. 3rd; ESTHER, bookeeper (Abrahamson & Co0 ALEX, news agent; LOUIS, clerk, Three Winners Clothing Co; RAE, stenographer, E.C. Kimball MARRIAGE RECORD (Book R1, Pg 122) LOUIS POLINSKY and SARA ZUROVSKY, married 5 Sept 1912 at Adash Asrail, Duluth, MN by Rabbi I.L. Teplitz, in the presence of L. Casmir and S. Josephs CERTIFICATE OF DEATH (Microfilm 1949, #482): MRS. SARAH L. POLINSKY, d. 10 May 1949, St. Mary's Hospital, Duluth, MN; born 15 July 1867, Odessa, Russia; age 89; widowed, Louis; in Duluth 59 years [1890]; father, Raphael Oreckovsky, b. Russia; mother, unknown, b. Russia; informant A. Zurosky, 921 East 5th Street; cause, cerebral hemorrhage, minutes; cerebral arteriosclerosis; buried 11 May 1949, Adas Israel OBITUARY, Duluth Herald, 10 May 1949: "..Prominent is Jewish civic, welfare and religious work, Mrs. Polinsky was a member of the Duluth Council of Jewish Women, Sarah Karon auxiliary, Talmud Torah Sisterhood, Mizrachi Organization of America, the Shelter Home, B'nai B'rith order, and Adas Israel congregation."
  OBITUARY, Duluth New-Tribune, Wed. May 11, 1949: "Mrs. Sarah Polinsky, 85, Duluth resident for 61 years and widow of Louis Polinsky...made her home with her son, Alex Zurovsky, 912 East Fifth Street...surviving two sons..thr daughters..six stepdaughters..a brother..three sisters..26 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren.." [Br�derbund WFT European Origins Vol. E1, Ed. 1, Tree #0447, Date of Import: Mar 11, 2003]
  Sarah came to America and Duluth in 1890. She was fondly called "Auntie Surah". In 1904, Sarah's husband, Avrom Zurovsky, died. To support her five children, she took in boarders and opened a small store.
  1905 Duluth City Directory: SARAH ZUROVSKY, (widow, Abraham) 109 1st av E. [with sons Alex and Loui 1906 & 1907 Duluth City Directory: SARAH ZUROVSKY [with her children], r. 109-1/2 2nd Alley E. 1908 Duluth City Directory: SARAH [with her children at home]; ALEX; LOUIS, clerk; ESTHER [16], stenographer, Wm Abrahamson & Co; 1909 Duluth City Directory: SARAH [with her children at home]; ALEX, travel agent; ESTHER, stenographer; LOUIS, clerk; RAE [15], stenographer 1910 Duluth City Directory: SARAH ZUROVSKY, 226 W. 3rd; ESTHER, bookkeeper (Abrahamson & Co0 ALEX, news agent; LOUIS, clerk, Three Winners Clothing Co; RAE, stenographer, E.C. Kimball MARRIAGE RECORD (Book R1, Pg 122) LOUIS POLINSKY and SARA ZUROVSKY, married 5 Sept 1912 at Adash Asrail, Duluth, MN by Rabbi I.L. Teplitz, in the presence of L. Casmir and S. Josephs CERTIFICATE OF DEATH (Microfilm 1949, #482): MRS. SARAH L. POLINSKY, d. 10 May 1949, St. Mary's Hospital, Duluth, MN; born 15 July 1867, Odessa, Russia; age 89; widowed, Louis; in Duluth 59 years [1890]; father, Raphael Oreckovsky, b. Russia; mother, unknown, b. Russia; informant A. Zurosky, 921 East 5th Street; cause, cerebral hemorrhage, minutes; cerebral arteriosclerosis; buried 11 May 1949, Adas Israel OBITUARY, Duluth Herald, 10 May 1949: "..Prominent is Jewish civic, welfare and religious work, Mrs. Polinsky was a member of the Duluth Council of Jewish Women, Sarah Karon auxiliary, Talmud Torah Sisterhood, Mizrachi Organization of America, the Shelter Home, B'nai B'rith order, and Adas Israel congregation."
  OBITUARY, Duluth New-Tribune, Wed. May 11, 1949: "Mrs. Sarah Polinsky, 85, Duluth resident for 61 years and widow of Louis Polinsky...made her home with her son, Alex Zurovsky, 912 East Fifth Street...surviving two sons..thr daughters..six stepdaughters..a brother..three sisters..26 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren.." [Br�derbund WFT European Origins Vol. E1, Ed. 1, Tree #0447, Date of Import: Mar 22, 2003]
  Sarah came to America and Duluth in 1890. She was fondly called "Auntie Surah". In 1904, Sarah's husband, Avrom Zurovsky, died. To support her five children, she took in boarders and opened a small store.
  1905 Duluth City Directory: SARAH ZUROVSKY, (widow, Abraham) 109 1st av E. [with sons Alex and Loui 1906 & 1907 Duluth City Directory: SARAH ZUROVSKY [with her children], r. 109-1/2 2nd Alley E. 1908 Duluth City Directory: SARAH [with her children at home]; ALEX; LOUIS, clerk; ESTHER [16], stenographer, Wm Abrahamson & Co; 1909 Duluth City Directory: SARAH [with her children at home]; ALEX, travel agent; ESTHER, stenographer; LOUIS, clerk; RAE [15], stenographer 1910 Duluth City Directory: SARAH ZUROVSKY, 226 W. 3rd; ESTHER, bookkeeper (Abrahamson & Co0 ALEX, news agent; LOUIS, clerk, Three Winners Clothing Co; RAE, stenographer, E.C. Kimball MARRIAGE RECORD (Book R1, Pg 122) LOUIS POLINSKY and SARA ZUROVSKY, married 5 Sept 1912 at Adash Asrail, Duluth, MN by Rabbi I.L. Teplitz, in the presence of L. Casmir and S. Josephs CERTIFICATE OF DEATH (Microfilm 1949, #482): MRS. SARAH L. POLINSKY, d. 10 May 1949, St. Mary's Hospital, Duluth, MN; born 15 July 1867, Odessa, Russia; age 89; widowed, Louis; in Duluth 59 years [1890]; father, Raphael Oreckovsky, b. Russia; mother, unknown, b. Russia; informant A. Zurosky, 921 East 5th Street; cause, cerebral hemorrhage, minutes; cerebral arteriosclerosis; buried 11 May 1949, Adas Israel OBITUARY, Duluth Herald, 10 May 1949: "..Prominent is Jewish civic, welfare and religious work, Mrs. Polinsky was a member of the Duluth Council of Jewish Women, Sarah Karon auxiliary, Talmud Torah Sisterhood, Mizrachi Organization of America, the Shelter Home, B'nai B'rith order, and Adas Israel congregation."
  OBITUARY, Duluth New-Tribune, Wed. May 11, 1949: "Mrs. Sarah Polinsky, 85, Duluth resident for 61 years and widow of Louis Polinsky...made her home with her son, Alex Zurovsky, 912 East Fifth Street...surviving two sons..thr daughters..six stepdaughters..a brother..three sisters..26 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren.." [Br�derbund WFT European Origins Vol. E1, Ed. 1, Tree #0447, Date of Import: Mar 22, 2003]
  Sarah came to America and Duluth in 1890. She was fondly called "Auntie Surah". In 1904, Sarah's husband, Avrom Zurovsky, died. To support her five children, she took in boarders and opened a small store.
  1905 Duluth City Directory: SARAH ZUROVSKY, (widow, Abraham) 109 1st av E. [with sons Alex and Loui 1906 & 1907 Duluth City Directory: SARAH ZUROVSKY [with her children], r. 109-1/2 2nd Alley E. 1908 Duluth City Directory: SARAH [with her children at home]; ALEX; LOUIS, clerk; ESTHER [16], stenographer, Wm Abrahamson & Co; 1909 Duluth City Directory: SARAH [with her children at home]; ALEX, travel agent; ESTHER, stenographer; LOUIS, clerk; RAE [15], stenographer 1910 Duluth City Directory: SARAH ZUROVSKY, 226 W. 3rd; ESTHER, bookkeeper (Abrahamson & Co0 ALEX, news agent; LOUIS, clerk, Three Winners Clothing Co; RAE, stenographer, E.C. Kimball MARRIAGE RECORD (Book R1, Pg 122) LOUIS POLINSKY and SARA ZUROVSKY, married 5 Sept 1912 at Adash Asrail, Duluth, MN by Rabbi I.L. Teplitz, in the presence of L. Casmir and S. Josephs CERTIFICATE OF DEATH (Microfilm 1949, #482): MRS. SARAH L. POLINSKY, d. 10 May 1949, St. Mary's Hospital, Duluth, MN; born 15 July 1867, Odessa, Russia; age 89; widowed, Louis; in Duluth 59 years [1890]; father, Raphael Oreckovsky, b. Russia; mother, unknown, b. Russia; informant A. Zurosky, 921 East 5th Street; cause, cerebral hemorrhage, minutes; cerebral arteriosclerosis; buried 11 May 1949, Adas Israel OBITUARY, Duluth Herald, 10 May 1949: "..Prominent is Jewish civic, welfare and religious work, Mrs. Polinsky was a member of the Duluth Council of Jewish Women, Sarah Karon auxiliary, Talmud Torah Sisterhood, Mizrachi Organization of America, the Shelter Home, B'nai B'rith order, and Adas Israel congregation."
  OBITUARY, Duluth New-Tribune, Wed. May 11, 1949: "Mrs. Sarah Polinsky, 85, Duluth resident for 61 years and widow of Louis Polinsky...made her home with her son, Alex Zurovsky, 912 East Fifth Street...surviving two sons..thr daughters..six stepdaughters..a brother..three sisters..26 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren.." [Br�derbund WFT European Origins Vol. E1, Ed. 1, Tree #0447, Date of Import: Mar 22, 2003]
  Sarah came to America and Duluth in 1890. She was fondly called "Auntie Surah". In 1904, Sarah's husband, Avrom Zurovsky, died. To support her five children, she took in boarders and opened a small store.
  1905 Duluth City Directory: SARAH ZUROVSKY, (widow, Abraham) 109 1st av E. [with sons Alex and Loui 1906 & 1907 Duluth City Directory: SARAH ZUROVSKY [with her children], r. 109-1/2 2nd Alley E. 1908 Duluth City Directory: SARAH [with her children at home]; ALEX; LOUIS, clerk; ESTHER [16], stenographer, Wm Abrahamson & Co; 1909 Duluth City Directory: SARAH [with her children at home]; ALEX, travel agent; ESTHER, stenographer; LOUIS, clerk; RAE [15], stenographer 1910 Duluth City Directory: SARAH ZUROVSKY, 226 W. 3rd; ESTHER, bookkeeper (Abrahamson & Co0 ALEX, news agent; LOUIS, clerk, Three Winners Clothing Co; RAE, stenographer, E.C. Kimball MARRIAGE RECORD (Book R1, Pg 122) LOUIS POLINSKY and SARA ZUROVSKY, married 5 Sept 1912 at Adash Asrail, Duluth, MN by Rabbi I.L. Teplitz, in the presence of L. Casmir and S. Josephs CERTIFICATE OF DEATH (Microfilm 1949, #482): MRS. SARAH L. POLINSKY, d. 10 May 1949, St. Mary's Hospital, Duluth, MN; born 15 July 1867, Odessa, Russia; age 89; widowed, Louis; in Duluth 59 years [1890]; father, Raphael Oreckovsky, b. Russia; mother, unknown, b. Russia; informant A. Zurosky, 921 East 5th Street; cause, cerebral hemorrhage, minutes; cerebral arteriosclerosis; buried 11 May 1949, Adas Israel OBITUARY, Duluth Herald, 10 May 1949: "..Prominent is Jewish civic, welfare and religious work, Mrs. Polinsky was a member of the Duluth Council of Jewish Women, Sarah Karon auxiliary, Talmud Torah Sisterhood, Mizrachi Organization of America, the Shelter Home, B'nai B'rith order, and Adas Israel congregation."
  OBITUARY, Duluth New-Tribune, Wed. May 11, 1949: "Mrs. Sarah Polinsky, 85, Duluth resident for 61 years and widow of Louis Polinsky...made her home with her son, Alex Zurovsky, 912 East Fifth Street...surviving two sons..thr daughters..six stepdaughters..a brother..three sisters..26 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren.."


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