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BERNSTEIN, Clara L. (Goldfeather)
Saint John Jewish Historical Museum Synagogue Records
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Saint John Jewish Historical Museum Synagogue Records
Material Format
textual record
Name of Father
Samuel Goldfeather
Mitchell S.
1 son - Mortimer, one daughter - Erminie Cohen
Additional Family
2 brothers - Louis, Dr. Bernard, 2 sisters - Rose Cornblat, Fay(Mrs. S.B.) Yampol
Date of Birth
Date of Death
April 16, 1964
Place Where Deceased
New Brunswick, Canada
Place of Residence
Saint John
Shaarei Zedek Cemetery
Age at Time of Death
61 years
OBITUARIES: Evening Times Globe, April 17 1964 Dies Following Lengthy Illness Mrs. Clara Bernstein, wife of M. S. Bernstein of Saint John, died last evening in St. Joseph's Hospital, following a lengthy illness Born in Camden, N. J., May 15, 1902, she was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Goldfeather, and had resided in Saint John since 1903. Mrs. Bernstein was a life-long member of the Shaarei Zedek congregation. She was an active member of the Sisterhood of the synagogue and the Hadassah. She was also actively associated with the New Brunswick Competitive Festival of Music, the Ladies' Aid Society of the Saint John General Hospital, and with many charitable organizations. Besides her husband, Mrs. Bernstein is survived by a son, Mortimer, and a daughter, Mrs. E. R. Cohen, both of Saint John; two sister, Mrs. H. R. Cornblat, Saint John, and Mrs. S. B. Wampol, Chicago, Ill., one brother, Bernard Goldfeather, Saint John, and five grandchildren. Funeral services will be held from the Shaarei Zedek Synagogue at 2:30 p.m. today. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society or to the Fund of Trees in Israel. Gravestone reference code(s): JM 998.61.433. Memorial plaque in synagogue: Samuel Meltzer - A4.
Record Source
SJJHM Cemetery and Obituary Records
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Genealogy Records
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