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Added information on the Isadore Gandel family...
Adolf Feinstein's wife Sarah's sister Shyindley married Isadore Gandel
 
 Adolf (Ben Jacob) Feinstein and his wife Sarah Pleno/Pliner/Pleaner/Pleener
maternial great grandparents of my husband Ernest Hahn, Jr.

 Adolf and Sarah M. (Pleno) Feinstein, are both natives of Odessa, Russia. In that country the father learned the baker's trade, at which he worked for some years, but after coming to America in 1880 found employment in an overall factory in New York City. In 1882 he removed to South Dakota, where he found work as a farmhand and soon became thoroughly familiar with agricultural pursuits. He took up a homestead in Campbell county, South Dakota, in 1884, and was engaged in the improvement and cultivation of that place until 1901, when he sold his farm and removed to Zeeland, ND and has now reached the age of seventy-two years. His wife is also living. (from History of North Dakota and People Vol II by Clement Lounsberry 1917 )

1. Adolf Mayme (Ben Jacob) Feinstein born 15 Aug 1844 Romania. Have not found his death records yet. Adolf most likely married in Russia to Sarah Pleno/Pliner/Pleener born 16 Dec 1852 Russia died 4 March 1940 St. Paul, Ramsey, MN buried Adath Jeshurum cemetery in St. Paul, Ramsey, MN off Maryland Ave E. and Hazelwood Street. Most likely Adolf is buried same place as Sarah. 
1885 South Dakota State Census - Campbell county SD - Lake township
Feinstein, Adolf male age 50 Russian
Feinstein, Sahar female age 46 Russia
Feinstein, Rosina female age 19 born Russian
Feinstein, Rebeka female age 16 Russian
Feinstein, Elias male age 12 born USA
Feinstein, Liva male age 8 born USA
Feinstein, Pauline female age 7 born USA
1900 Federal Census Campbell county South Dakota - Lake township 126-74 - line 98 - 26/27 June 1900
Feinstein, Adolf head age 55 born Aug 1844 m33 yrs Roumania father born Roumania mother born Russia to USA 1880
Feinstein, Sarah wife age 48 born Dec 1852 m33 yrs Russia mother of 6 living 5 parents born Russia to USA 1880
Feinstein, Elisa son age 18 born Oct 1881 New York
Feinstein, Levi son age 13 born Mar 1887 South Dakota
Feinstein, Pauline daughter aage 11 born June 1888 South Dakota
Emiesz, Emanuel servent age 22 born 1872 Russia
1910 Federal Census Zeeland, McIntosh, ND page 276a - 27 April 1910
Feinstein, Slarah (Sarah) head age 60 married 42 yrs mother of 6 living 3 born Russia to USA 1880 Retail Merchant dry goods store
Feinstein, Ludwig son age 28 born NY retail merchant dry goods store
Feinstein, Pauline dau age 20 born SD
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Gandel, Martin head age 18 born Russia clerk in dry goods store
1920 Federal census Odessa twp, Zeeland Village, McIntosh, ND 16 June 1920
Finestine Sarah head age 67 to USA 1881 na 1883 born Russia Jewish father Russia Jewish mother Germany German
Blinderman, Mamie gdau age 18 born SD Jewish clerk gen mdt store
Blinderman, Ben gson age 20 born SD Jewish clerk gen mdt store
Eansner, Lea servent age 19 born ND German servent private family
 
Children:

1.1 Rosina (Rosa) Feinstein born 1 April 1875 Russia died 29 Dec 1907 married after June 1900 Isadore Seitzick born Oct 1874 Russia died 1936 Washington State. He came to USA in 1886. They lived in Eureka, McPerson, SD before moving to Settle, Kent,WA. Isadore married second Pearl.

Children:

1.1.1 Ida Seitzick born 24 Dec 1902 in Eureka, McPerson, SD died Oct 1975 Bellevue, King, WA married Robert Shapiro died 1979. No children

1.1.2 Jeremiah "Jerry" Seitzick born 26 June 1904 Eureka, McPerson, SD died 15 Mar 1987 San Francisco, San Francisco, CA (changed surname to Seton) married 1935 to Rose Sears born 1914 died 1972 Washington State. They had two children

1900 SD 2wd Eureka, McPherson, SD - 13 June 1900 - page 46 - family 144
Feinstein, Rosa head born Apr 1876 age 24 born Russia to USA 1881 clerk in Post Office
1900 SD 2wd Eureka, McPherson, SD - 13 June 1900 - page 46 - family 145
Seitzick, Isadory head born Oct 1874 age 25 born Russia to USA 1886 buyer of butter & eggs
1920 Federal Census WA - Seattle, Kings, WA - family 229
Seitzick, Isadore head age 45 born Russia treasure in Shipping co
Seitzick, Pearl wife age 40 born Roumania (2nd wife)
Seitzick, Ida dau age 17 born South Dakota
Seitzick, Jerome age 15 son born South Dakota
1930 Federal Census WA - Seattle, Kings, WA - 12 April 1930
Seitzick, Isadore head age 55 born Russia broker real estate
Seitzick, Pearl wife age 50 born Roumania
Seitzick, Ida dau age 25 born South Dakota
Seitzick, Jerome K. son age 24 born South Dakota
 
pages 1754-1756 in "History of South Dakota" by Doane Robinson, Vol. II (1904)
In company with his brother Julius and Isadore Seitzick and W.
G. Jacobs, Mr. Schamber is engaged in the manufacture of ladies'
wrappers, the factory being in Millville, New Jersey, and the enterprise
proving a profitable one, its inception dating back to July, 1903, while
all of the interested principals are residents of South Dakota.
 
Federal Land Records - Campbell county South Dakota - 12/07/1884
SEITZICK ROSA 05 126 N 074 W 025 40 251101 (homestead)
Federal Land Records - McPherson county South Dakota - 06/22/1895
SEITZICK ROSA 05 126 N 073 W 030 40.12 251101 (homestead)

1.2 Rebecca (Becky) Feinstein born April 1878 Grossliebental, Russia died 17 Feb 1971 St. Paul, Ramsey, MN buried Adath Chesed Shel Emes cemetery in New Hope, MN married 27 Sept 1895 at Princeton, Mille Lacs, MN to John Blinderman. They had 14 children,

1.3 Louis Elias Feinstein born Oct 1882 New York City died 1971 Minneapolis, Hennepin, MN married August 1912 to Sadie Mackoff.

1920 Federal Census ND - Linton City, Emmons county ND - 3 Feb 1920 - page 10a
Feinstein, Louis E. head age 38 born NY merchant general store
Feinstein, Sada wife age 34 born Russia
Feinstein, Stella dau age 6 born ND
Feinstein, Esther dau age 5 born ND
Feinstein, Oscar M. son age 1 10/12 born ND
1930 Federal Census MN - St. Paul, Ramsey, MN - 9 April 1930 - 876 Hague Ave.
Feinstein, Louis E. head age 47 born NY father born Russia (Poland -Warsaw)
Feinstein, Sadie wife age 44 born Russia father born Russia-Poloesky
Feinstein, Stella dau age 16 born MN
Feinstein, Esther E. dau age 14 born ND
Feinstein, Marvin E. son age 11 born ND
Feinstein, Solomon M. son age 9 born ND
Feinstein, Sarah mother age 76 wd born Russia (Odessa) father Odessa Russia mother born Germany (Dusland)
 
Children:

1.3.1 Stella Feinstein married Irving Schneider

1.3.2 Esther Feinstein married Albert Orenstein

1.3.3 Marvin Feinstein married Charlotte Kaufman

1.3.4 Solomon "Sol" Feinstein married Beth Sachs

1.4 child who died

1.5 Leva (Levi) Feinstein born Mar 1887 South Dakota died 7 Sept 1900 age 13 years accident fall from horse. Most likely born and died in Lake twp, Campbell county SD (Source: Campbell county SD Obituaries online)

1.6 Pauline Feinstein born June 1888 South Dakota died 18 March 1948 married Al Couture.

1930 Federal census SD - Bear Creek twp, Dickey, SD - 10 Apr 1930
Pauline Couture head age 37 born SD saleslady dry goods store
Zoel Couture son age 15 born ND
LaVonne Couture dau age 12 born ND

Children:

1.6.1 Zoel (Fritz) Couture

1.6.2 LaVonne (Tuvy) Couture married Norman Kjrklund

 
1. obit of spouse - St. Paul Pioneer Press - Tues., March 5, 1940 - Front Page -
Accident on Mon., Mar. 4, 1940 - Woman, 89, Dies as Human Torch - Gasoline as Cleaner Fires Clothing - Gasoline she was using for drycleaning ignited the clothing of Mrs. Sarah Feinstein of 829 Dayton avenue, Monday afternoon, thransforming her into a human torch before her screams brought neighbors to her aid. She died a few hours after she was taken to Ancker hospital. the 89-year-old woman, who lived with her son Louis, was working over some garments on the back steps when the accident occurred. Mrs. Otto Rekitzke, who lives downstairs at the same address, heard her cries. She ran out with a blanket but Mrs. Feinstein's clothing was completely burned off before her neighbor could extinguish the flames.
 
1. obit of spouse - 7 March 1940 page 19- St. Paul Dispatch - Mrs. Sarah Feinstein - Final rites were conducted Tuesday at Zeesman Mortuary, Minneapolis, for Mrs. Sarah Feinstein, 89, 829 Dayton avenue, who passed away the preceding day from injuries received in a fire. Rabbi S. T. Swirsky officated. Interment was in Adath Jeshurun cemetery. Born in Russia, Mrs. Feinstein had resided in Zeeland and Eureka, N.D. for more than 40 years prior to coming to St. Paul 15 years ago. Surviving are one son, Louis, of St. Paul; two daugthers, Mrs. John Blinderman, of St. Paul, and Mrs. Pauline Couture, of Minneapolis; a sister, Mrs. A. Gandel of Minneapolis; 21 grandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren. (ICH - she died 4 March 1940; this obit may have also appeared in The American Jewish World weekly for Minnesota)

1.3 - From History of North Dakota and People Vol II by Clement Lounsberry 1917 - Louis E. Feinstein, who is successfully engaged in merchandishing in Zeeland, North Dakota, was born in New York city in October, 1882, his parents being Adolph and Sarah M. (Pleno) Feinstein, both natives of Odessa, Russia. In that country the father learned the baker's trade, at which he worked for some years, but after coming to America in 1880 found employment in an overall factory in New York City. In 1882 he removed to South Dakota, where he found work as a farm hand and soon became thoroughly familiar with agricultural pursuits. He took up a homestead in Campbell county, North Dakota, in 1884, and was engaged in the improvement and cultivation of that place until 1901, when he sold his farm and removed to Zeeland and has now reached the age of seventy-two years. His wife is also living. Louis E. Feinstein was only a small child when the family came to North Dakota and here he grew to manhood, completing his education in the schools of Eureka. He remained with his parents until they left the farm and removed to Zeeland, where he was in partnership with his father in the mercantile business for some time. Since 1914 he has been alone in business and is now conducting an up-to-date store, carrying a well selected stock of general merchandise, for which he finds a ready sale in the village and surrounding country. He owns the building in which he does business and is today numbered among the substatial men of his community. In August, 1912, Mr. Feinstein married Miss Sadie Mackoff, by whom he has two children, Stella and Esther. He is of Jewish faith and politically is identified with the republican party, which he supports at the polls. He was a member of the Modern Woodmen camp at Zeeland, until its dissolution and has served his fellow citizens on the town board with credit to himself and to their entire satisfaction.


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