In the letters of Fanny Roback to her daughter Lea Roback, in this file, you will find information about the society in general, especially Montreal and the Jewish community. However, what she wrote is in function of her own perspectives.
The letters in this file are all written by Fanny Roback and some of them are in Yiddish. All of them are about her family and she descibes her life, what she does, what is going on in the Roback family and asks how is her daughter doing.
The letters included in this file are written by Fanny Roback, some of them are in Yiddish. Fanny describes her life and her activities; she discusses events in the Roback family, and asks how is her daughter doing.
Simon Sugarman was also known as Shlomo and Shloime Sugarman. He worked as a newsagent for the Canadian Pacific Railway, possibly out of Winnipeg. Simon married to Rose Sugarman (maiden name unknown) and they had two daughters, Fanny Sugarman and Rose Sugarman.
Fanny Sugarman married Jack Salter in 1918 at Adath Jeshurun Synagogue on King Edward Avenue in Ottawa.
1. Photographs were donated by Muriel Sugarman.
2. Muriel Sugarman, d. December 2, 1994.
Within the records of the Chevra Kadisha is a single page in Yiddish outlining information on reburials, dated June 26, 1956. The Chevra Kadisha exhumed a total of 11 people and reburied them within the Adath Jeshurun section of the Metcalfe Road Cemetery. Six are named, among them are Rosie Sugarman, 8 years 6 months.