Anna Pollack Gilman

F, b. 28 May 1891, d. 20 November 1961
Father*Louis J. Pollack b. c 1864, d. 11 Dec 1936
Mother*Hannah Gelmofsky Pollack b. c 1866, d. 11 Apr 1937
     Anna Pollack Gilman was born on 28 May 1891 at Russia; per 1916 Petition for Naturalization of husband Meyer. She was the daughter of Louis J. Pollack and Hannah Gelmofsky Pollack. Anna Pollack Gilman married Meyer Charles Gilman, son of Mordechai Gilmowski and Bluma Gilmowski, on 6 January 1914 at 1366 41st Street, Brooklyn, New York; Meyer GELMAN, 25, woodcarver, Hartford, Connecticut; father Max, mother Florence ; and Anna POLLACK, 20, 202 E. 7th Street; father Louis; mother Hanna GELAMOFSKY; officiated by Rabbi Israel ISAACSON; witnesses Sam GOODMAN and M. ALTMAN; Brooklyn marriage certificate 2510. Anna Pollack Gilman died on 20 November 1961 at New York at age 70; interred at Mount Hebron Cemetery, Mirer Young Men's Society.
     Anna Pollack Gilman was also known as Annie Pollack. Anna Pollack Gilman was also known as Nechama Pollack. She immigrated on 2 October 1902 to St Alban's, Vermont; as Nechame POLAK, age 11; from Minsk; en route to father Judel POLAK, 392 Grand Street, New York. As of 2 October 1902, Anna Pollack Gilman was also known as Nechame Polak. She immigrated on 2 October 1902 to Quebec, Canada; as Nechame POLAK, age 11, aboard Lake Champlain, departed Liverpool. She appeared on the census of 1 June 1905 at 67 Willett Street, New York, New York; in New York Census as Ethel POLACK, age 14. She appeared on the census of 20 April 1910 at 412-14 E. 10th Street, New York, New York; as Annie POLLACK, age 18; occupation tucker, shirtwaist. She was naturalized in 1916; per 1920 Census. She appeared on the census of 10 January 1920 at 38 E. 98th Street, New York, New York; as Anna GILMAN. She appeared on the census of 11 April 1930 at 20 E. 100th Street, New York, New York; as Anna GILMAN. She appeared on the census of 16 April 1940 at 1421 Madison, New York, New York; as Anna GELMAN.

Family: Meyer Charles Gilman b. 5 Jun 1889, d. 20 May 1969

She married Meyer Charles Gilman, son of Mordechai Gilmowski and Bluma Gilmowski, on 6 January 1914 at 1366 41st Street, Brooklyn, New York; Meyer GELMAN, 25, woodcarver, Hartford, Connecticut; father Max, mother Florence ; and Anna POLLACK, 20, 202 E. 7th Street; father Louis; mother Hanna GELAMOFSKY; officiated by Rabbi Israel ISAACSON; witnesses Sam GOODMAN and M. ALTMAN; Brooklyn marriage certificate 2510.