Colman Smith

1890

1891

Born: 15th April     Kelman Josek     Original surname: Zmidek

Registration of Birth: Document 221.

 

Translation of the above

This happened in the city of Radom on the 15th / 27th of July in the year 1891 at ten o’clock in the morning. Dawid Zmidek appeared, an unskilled laborer from the city of Chmielnik in the county of Stopnica, in the Province of Kielce, residing temporarily in the village of Firlej in the district of Wielogóra, he is thirty two years old; in the presence of Judka Rozencwejg, an industrialist, fifty seven years old, and Majlich Rozenberg, a local synagogue attendant, fifty years old, both from the city of Radom; and he presented to us a male child, born on the 3rd/15th of April in the previous year, to his wife Sura Gitla nèe Wolberg, thirty years old.

At the circumcision this child was given the names Kelman Josek. The delay in registering this birth is due to the father’s fault, he did not present his marriage certificate.

This record was read to the declarant and witnesses and it was signed by us. The father is illiterate.

 

1903~ Emigrated: to the UK

 

1911

Census: Aged 19, Single.
Address - 12 Princes Square, St. Georges E.
Occupation - Fancy Cardboard Maker

1913

Married: 17th July to Beatrice Littman at Great Synagogue, Dukes Place, Aldgate

 

 

1921

Naturalised UK citizen
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