Person:Celia Brautman (1)

Celia Brautman
m. 5 Jun 1892
  1. Rachel Brautman1893 - 1957
  2. Fanny Brautman1897 - 1984
  3. Hannah Brautman1900 - 1930
  4. Nina Brautman1902 - 1977
  5. Celia Brautman1904 - 1923
Facts and Events
Name Celia Brautman
Religious Name Chana Tzivia Brautman
Gender Female
Birth[2] 11 Nov 1904 Manhattan, New York City
Death[2][3] 20 Oct 1923 Manhattan, New York City
Burial[2] 22 Oct 1923 Maspeth, Queens, NYMt. Zion Cemetery

Celia ("Chana Tzivia") Brautman was a beloved daughter and sister plagued with poor health through her teens. She died just shy of 19 years. Her death certificate said that she had suffered from "chronic valvular disease (rheumatic)" for 7 years prior to her death. She lived with her parents and four sisters her whole life. The family lived at 87 Cannon Street in the Lower East Side most of her life, until about 1919 (when she was 15) when they moved to 1524 Madison Ave (at 104th St, which was "Jewish Harlem" at that time). In the 1920 census (age 16), she is listed as no occupation, but at the time of her death she was working as a bookkeeper. She is buried in Mt. Zion Cemetery in Queens, near to her parents.

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  1.   Death certificate, in City of New York, Department of Health, #25750, 21 Oct 1923, Primary quality.
    1923 death certificate
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Gravestone of Celia Brautman, in Mt. Zion Cemetery, Queens, NY
  3. 1923 death certificate