Jakov Josifovich Ansher and his wife Khanna Mikhailovna

Jakov Josifovich Ansher and his wife Khanna Mikhailovna
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  • Foto aufgenommen in:
    Leningrad
    Jahr:
    1930
    Ländername:
    Soviet Union
    Name des Landes heute:
    Russia
This are my grandparents from my mother's side, Grandfather Jakov Josifovich Ansher and his wife, Khanna. My maternal grandfather, Jakov Josifovich Ansher, was born in 1870 in Ponevezh, in Lithuania. He completed four grades of high school (gymnasium) and worked as a teacher in Ponevezh. Grandma, his wife, was called Khanna Mikhailovna. (WRITTEN MIKNAILOVNA, BUT I ASSUME IT?S MIKHAILOVNA) At some point Mom's family left for Petrograd. Here, in 1916 my mother met my father and they got married. Granny and Grandpa stayed in Petrograd, where grandpa worked at a tobacco factory as a mill-hand. In 1942, during the war, they were evacuated to Molotov (now Perm), where they remained until the their deaths. They died in the 1950s, almost at the same time. They were religious people. I was told that grandpa sang in the synagogue choir. Granny and grandpa had seven children. The eldest was Aunt Polya, Polina Jacovlevna. Then came my mom, Berta Jacovlevna; she was born in Ponevezh in 1900. Then came Aunt Raya, Uncle Jasha (Jacov), Uncle Borya, Aunt Lena and Aunt Roza. All the Ansher sisters were very beautiful. My maternal grandfather, Jakov Josifovich Ansher, was born in 1870 in Ponevezh, in Lithuania. He completed four grades of high school (gymnasium) and worked as a teacher in Ponevezh. Grandma, his wife, was called Khanna Mikhailovna. At some point, Mom's family left for Petrograd (later Leningrad, now St. Petersburg). Grandpa began working there at a tobacco factory as a mill-hand. In 1942, during the war, granny and grandpa were evacuated to Perm, where they remained until the their deaths. They died in the 1950s, almost at the same time. They were religious people. I was told that grandpa sang in the synagogue choir. Granny and grandpa had seven children. The eldest was aunt Polya, Polina Jacovlevna. Then came my mom, Berta Jacovlevna; she was born in Ponevezh in 1900. Then came aunt Raya, uncle Jasha (Jacov), uncle Borya, aunt Lena and aunt Roza. All the Ansher sisters were very beautiful. .

Interview details

Interviewte(r): Irina Voinova
Interviewt von:
Tamara Rozenzaft
Monat des Interviews:
October
Jahr des Interviews:
2001
Saint Petersburg, Russia

HAUPTPERSON

Khanna Ansher
Jahrzehnt der Geburt:
1870
Todesjahr:
1950
Todesort:
Molotov (Perm)
Gestorben:
after WW II
Beruf
Vor dem 2. Weltkrieg:
Housewife
nach dem 2. Weltkrieg:
Pensioner

Andere Person

Yakov Ansher
Jahrzehnt der Geburt:
1870
Geburtsort:
Ponevezh
Geburtsland:
Russland
Todesjahr:
1950
Todesort:
Molotov (Perm)
Gestorben:
after WW II
Beruf
Vor dem 2. Weltkrieg:
Worker
nach dem 2. Weltkrieg:
Pensioner

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