Samuel Proshansky

M, b. 15 January 1880, d. 1967
Father*Yudel Leibov Proschansky b. c 1839
Mother*Malke-Liebbe Evelova Hurwitz Proschansky b. c 1841, d. c 1927
     Samuel Proshansky was born on 15 January 1880 at Russia. He was the son of Yudel Leibov Proschansky and Malke-Liebbe Evelova Hurwitz Proschansky. Samuel Proshansky married Rose Enteles Proshansky, daughter of Chone Enteles and Reise Enteles, on 24 June 1911 at New York, New York. Samuel Proshansky died in 1967 at Bronx, New York.
     He immigrated in 1900; per 1920 Census. He immigrated in 1901; per 1930 Census. He immigrated in 1902; per 1910 Census. He immigrated on 13 January 1902 to St John, New Brunswick, Canada; as Schmuel PRUSZANSKY, arrived aboard R.M.S Lake Superior, departed Liverpool 31 Dec 1901; age 20; birth Minsk; labourer; en route to cousin Harkavy, 137 Monroe Street, New York. He immigrated on 16 January 1902; per declaration of intent and petition for naturalization. He was filed declaration of intent, having arrived in the U.S. 16 Jan 1902 on 11 April 1904 at New York, New York. He was filed Petition for Naturalization, d.o.b. 2 Feb 1880, Minsk; having arrived in the U.S. on 15 January 1902 from Montreal, Canada, port of entry Rouses Point, NY; witnesses Jacob HARKAVY, druggist, 218 Broome Street; Rafal HARKAVY, druggist, 218 Broome Street on 12 August 1909 at 312 E. 8th Street, New York, New York. He was naturalized on 7 December 1909 at Manhattan, New York. He appeared on the census of 27 April 1910 at 312/14 E. 8th Street, Manhattan, New York; as Sam PROSHANSKY, boarder in home of Morris SAGALOWITZ; occupation: cutter, cloak factory. He lived in 1913 at 680 Wales Avenue, New York; in New York city directory; occupation cutter. He lived in 1915 at 602 Jackson Avenue, New York; in New York city directory; occupation cutter. He lived in 1916 at 600 Jackson Avenue, New York, New York; in New York city directory as Samuel PROSHINSKY, cloak cutter. He lived in 1918 at 600 Jackson Avenue, New York, New York; in New York city directory as Samuel PROSHINSKY, drygoods; home at 602 Jackson Avenue. He appeared on the census of 5 January 1920 at 602 Jackson Avenue, Bronx, New York; indexed as PROSKANEKY. He lived in 1922 at 600 Jackson Avenue, New York, New York; in New York city directory, as Samuel PROSHANSKY. He lived in 1925 at 600 Jackson Avenue, New York, New York; in New York city directory, as Samuel PROSHANSKY, p. 1838. He appeared on the census of 1930 at 1462 Bryant, Bronx, New York; as Proshinsky; occupation: cutter, dresses. He lived in 1931 at 1462 Bryant, Bronx, New York; in New York city directory, p. 789. He lived in 1933 at 1462 Bryant, Bronx, New York; in NY City Directory; dress cutter. He appeared on the census of 9 April 1940 at 1536 Mimford Place, Bronx, New York; as Samuel PROSHANSKY, age 45; cutter in dress factory. He was registered for Selective Service; DOB given as 15 Jan 1881 in 1942 at 1536 Mimford Place, Bronx, New York.

Family: Rose Enteles Proshansky b. 14 Oct 1889, d. Feb 1986

He married Rose Enteles Proshansky, daughter of Chone Enteles and Reise Enteles, on 24 June 1911 at New York, New York.