Hyman Lefton

M, b. 7 July 1894, d. 21 August 2002
Father*Falko Lewton b. 1859
Mother*Dina Trznagiel
     Hyman Lefton married Lena Lefton. Hyman Lefton was born on 7 July 1894 at Andrzejewo, Lomza, Poland; place per JRI-P; date per naturalization documents. He was the son of Falko Lewton and Dina Trznagiel. Hyman Lefton died on 21 August 2002 at West Palm Beach, Florida, at age 108; per SSDI.
     Hyman Lefton was also known as Chaim Lewton. Hyman Lefton was also known as Chaim Lefton. He immigrated on 24 January 1914 to Hamburg, Germany; departed Hamburg as Chaim LEWTON, born Andrzejewo. He immigrated on 6 February 1914 to Ellis Island, New York; as Chaim LEFTON aboard SS Hamburg, sailing from Hamburg; indexed as LENSON; father Falke LEWTON, Andrzejewo; en route to cousin (?) GERSCHKOWITZ. He was filed Declaration of Intention, as Hyman LEFTON, wife Lena on 28 May 1919 at 615 East 140th Street, New York, New York. He appeared on the census of 13 January 1920 at 510 East 136th Street, Bronx, New York; as Herman LEFTON, operator, suit house. He was filed Petition for Naturalization, as Hyman LEFTON; occupation operator; witnesses Nathan SCHEDLESKI and Rose SIEGEL, both 171 Monroe Street on 8 March 1922 at 510 East 136th Street, New York, New York. He was naturalized on 13 June 1922; swore Oath of Allegiance. He appeared on the census of 11 April 1930 at 2022 Bay Ridge Avenue, Brooklyn, New York; as Iman LEFTON, clothing dealer. He appeared on the census of April 1940 at 1315 W. 7th Street, Brooklyn, New York; as Hyman LEFTON, manufacturer, ladies coats. He was registered for Selective Service; birthplace Andrzejewo; wife Lena; business owner, ladies' coats in 1942 at 1315 W. 7th Street, Brooklyn, New York.

Family: Lena Lefton

He married Lena Lefton.