Anna Bass

F, b. 3 July 1899, d. 20 September 1966
Father*Harry Herman b. 10 May 1881, d. 10 May 1963
Mother*Fannie Greenblatt Herman b. 15 Nov 1876, d. 8 Oct 1944
     Anna Bass was born circa 1898 at Russia; per 1920 Census. She was born on 3 July 1899; per gravestone. She was the daughter of Harry Herman and Fannie Greenblatt Herman. Anna Bass was born in 1901 at Poland; per 1930 Census. She married Louis Bass, son of Chaim Bass and Malka Kobritz, on 2 December 1917 at Cincinnati, Ohio; marriage license and certificate between Louis BASS, 24, of 572 Mt. Hope Road, Cincinnati, born in Russia to Hyman BASS and Mollie KOBRITZ, furrier by occupation; and Anna HERMAN, 18, of 642 W. Court Street, Cincinnati, born in Russia to Harry HERMAN and Fannie GREENBLATT. Married by Rabbi S. Ferber. Anna Bass died on 20 September 1966 at Cincinnati, Ohio, at age 67; died in Jewish Hospital, age 67.
     She immigrated in 1914; per 1930 Census. She immigrated in July 1914 to Baltimore, Maryland; as Hanna URAMIR, age 16; servant (crossed out); aboard Rhein from Bremen; last residence Ostrozec; closest kin uncle Scholime GRUNBLATT, Ostrozec; en route to father Harry URAMIR, 1430 Cutter St., Cincinnati; born Ostrozec. She immigrated in 1915; per 1920 Census. She appeared on the census of 6 January 1920 at 782 Summit, Cincinnati, Ohio. She appeared on the census of 14 April 1930 at 849 Windham Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio. She appeared on the census of 5 April 1940 at 849 Windham Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio; as Anna BASS, age 42. As of 20 September 1966, Anna Bass was also known as Chana given name on gravestone.

Family: Louis Bass b. 15 Oct 1893, d. 23 Jun 1961

She married Louis Bass, son of Chaim Bass and Malka Kobritz, on 2 December 1917 at Cincinnati, Ohio; marriage license and certificate between Louis BASS, 24, of 572 Mt. Hope Road, Cincinnati, born in Russia to Hyman BASS and Mollie KOBRITZ, furrier by occupation; and Anna HERMAN, 18, of 642 W. Court Street, Cincinnati, born in Russia to Harry HERMAN and Fannie GREENBLATT. Married by Rabbi S. Ferber.