Abe Beane

M, b. 18 October 1905, d. 19 May 1962
Father*Fejwel Buniewicki b. bt 1869 - 1870, d. 14 Sep 1932
Mother*Fruma Ethel Garkavy Buniewicka b. b 1874, d. 20 Mar 1940
     Abe Beane was born circa 1905 at Poland; per 1930 Census. He was born on 18 October 1905 at Mir, Poland; per naturalization documents. He was the son of Fejwel Buniewicki and Fruma Ethel Garkavy Buniewicka. Abe Beane married Anna Rosencrantz, daughter of Philip Rosencrantz and Fannie Weisselberg, on 8 September 1930 at Garfine's Restaurant [?], New York, New York; as Abraham BEANE, 24, window dresser, 225 S. 1st Street, Brooklyn; father Philip, mother Ethel HARKAVY; and Anna ROSENCRANTZ, 21, 334-B 68th Avenue; father Philip, mother Fannie WEISSELBERG; officiated by Rabbi I. KIRSHNER; witnesses F.H. KIRSHNER and David KIRSHNER; NY marriage certificate 21311. Abe Beane died on 19 May 1962 at age 56; died at sea; death announcement in New York Times, 2 Jun 1962.
     He immigrated on 7 August 1923 to Buenos Aires, Argentina; as Obel BUNIEWICKI, age 18, from Cherbourg. He immigrated on 24 December 1923 to Ellis Island, New York; as Abel BUNIEWIECKI, age 18; aboard SS Pan America; farmer from Buenos Aires, Argentina; resided there 5 years 4 months; en route to Brooklyn; to brother Max BEANE, 194 Delancey Street, Brooklyn; birthplace Miza Grodinski, Poland; closest friend D. GRODINSKA, Buenos Aires. He appeared on the census of 1 June 1925 at 873 43rd Street, Brooklyn, New York; as Abe BEANE; salesman. He was filed Declaration of Intention in the Supreme Court of Queens County on 14 January 1926 at 2280 31st Street, Astoria, New York. He appeared on the census of 7 April 1930 at 225 S. 1st Street, Brooklyn, New York; as Abe BEANE, age 24; clerk, drug store; immigrated to U.S. 1924. He was filed Petitition for Naturalization as Abe BEANE, born 18 Oct 1905, Mir, Poland; in May 1930 at 225 S. 1st Street, Brooklyn, New York. He was naturalized on 6 January 1931 at 225 S. 1st Street, Brooklyn, New York; Index to the Naturalization Petitions of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York, 1865-1957; witnessed by Irving BEANE and Max HOCHMAN. He was worked as a kosher chef on ocean liners from 1946 to 1957.

Family: Anna Rosencrantz b. c 1909

He married Anna Rosencrantz, daughter of Philip Rosencrantz and Fannie Weisselberg, on 8 September 1930 at Garfine's Restaurant [?], New York, New York; as Abraham BEANE, 24, window dresser, 225 S. 1st Street, Brooklyn; father Philip, mother Ethel HARKAVY; and Anna ROSENCRANTZ, 21, 334-B 68th Avenue; father Philip, mother Fannie WEISSELBERG; officiated by Rabbi I. KIRSHNER; witnesses F.H. KIRSHNER and David KIRSHNER; NY marriage certificate 21311.