Louis Perry

M, b. 1 November 1888, d. 1975
Father*Yankel Leibov Proschansky b. c 1846
Mother*Khaya Leah Proschansky b. c 1847, d. 2 Dec 1928
     Louis Perry was born circa 1887 at Russia-Mir. He was born on 1 November 1888 at Mir, Russia; per 1917 SS registration. He was the son of Yankel Leibov Proschansky and Khaya Leah Proschansky. Louis Perry married Fanny Perry, daughter of Louis Segal and Rivka Schafer Segal, in 1913 at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; per Philadelphia marriage record M 295880; p 83; as Louis PERRY. Louis Perry died in 1975 at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
     Louis Perry was also known as Yehuda. Louis Perry was also known as Leib Proszanski. He immigrated in 1905. He immigrated on 8 December 1905 to Ellis Island, New York; as Leib PROSZANSKI; Name of ship: Kroonland, departed Antwerp; Sponsored by Brother-in-law Gerson PROSCHANSKY, Philadelphia, PA. He appeared on the census of 11 April 1910 at 1005 N. Fairmount Avenue, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; as Louis PERRY, manufacturer ladies garments. He lived in 1911 at 920 N. Hutchinson, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; in Philadelphia city directory as Louis PERRY, waists. He lived in 1914 at 640 N. 7th, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; in Philadelphia city directory as Louis PERRY, designer. He lived in 1917 at 640 N. 7th, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; in Philadelphia city directory as Louis PERRY, designer. He began military service on 5 June 1917 at 640 N. 7th Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Registered for Selective Service; occupation cutter, employed at D. Stern & Co; supporting wife and 3-year old child; naturalized. He lived in 1918 at 640 N. 7th, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; in Philadelphia city directory as Louis PERRY, designer. He lived in 1919 at 640 N. 7th, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; in Philadelphia city directory as Louis PERRY, clothing. He appeared on the census of 8 January 1920 at 5315 13th Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He lived in 1922 at 1102 Sville Avenue, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; in Philadelphia city directory as Louis PERRY, designer. He appeared on the census of 24 April 1930 at 4927 N. Warnock, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He appeared on the census of 5 April 1940 at 4927 N. Warnock, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; real estate, own business.

Family: Fanny Perry b. Jul 1887, d. 26 Dec 1957

He married Fanny Perry, daughter of Louis Segal and Rivka Schafer Segal, in 1913 at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; per Philadelphia marriage record M 295880; p 83; as Louis PERRY.