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Chaim Seligman

Chaim Eliyahu SELIGMANAge: 95 years18781973

Name
Chaim Eliyahu SELIGMAN
Hebrew
חיים אליהו זליגמן

Chaim Eliyahu ZELIKMAN

Name
Chaim Eliyahu ZELIKMAN
Given names
Chaim Eliyahu
Surname
ZELIKMAN
Hebrew
אליהו חיים זליקמן
Birth June 1, 1878 (Iyar 29, 5638) 18
Novo-Alexandrovsk, Russia (Lithuania) - נובו אלקסאנדרוסק, רוסיה (ליטא)

Alias
Zelikman Seligman

Hebrew: זליקמן
Hebrew: זליגמן
Birth of a brotherMendel SELIGMAN
December 14, 1885 (Tevet 6, 5646) (Age 7 years)
Dvinsk, Russia (Latvia) - דווינסק, רוסיה (לטביה)

Occupation
Bagel Baker

Hebrew: אופה בייגל
Note: Chaim, went to Lachine near Montreal in Canada, where he established a bakery, even supplied bread t…
Note: The Bagel
Residence 1897 (5657) (Age 18 years)
Dvinsk, Russia (Latvia) - דוינסק, רוסיה-לטביה

Address: Ogorodnaya 37/39-1 Dvinsk
Note: 1897 - All Russia Census
Birth of a son
#1
Harry SELIGMAN
June 10, 1906 (Sivan 17, 5666) (Age 28 years)
Lachine, Canada - לשין, קנדה

Immigration July 14, 1906 (Tamuz 21, 5666) (Age 28 years)
Montreal, Canada - קנדה

Hebrew: קנדה
Note: Name: Elie Seligman
Birth of a son
#2
Nathan Isaac SELIGMAN
August 5, 1909 (Av 18, 5669) (Age 31 years)
Lachine, Canada - לשין, קנדה

Birth of a son
#3
Jack “Yankel” SELIGMAN
January 1, 1910 (Tevet 20, 5670) (Age 31 years)
Lachine, Canada - לשין, קנדה

Birth of a daughter
#4
Fanny SELIGMAN
1914 (5674) (Age 35 years)
Lachine, Canada - לשין, קנדה

Birth of a son
#5
Israel SELIGMAN
May 11, 1916 (Iyar 8, 5676) (Age 37 years)
Birth of a son
#6
Child - 6 SELIGMAN
1917 (5677) (Age 38 years)
Lachine, Canada - לשין, קנדה

Death of a sonChild - 6 SELIGMAN
1917 (5677) (Age 38 years)
Lachine, Canada - לשין, קנדה

Death of a wifeFreda ULMESCHIK
March 24, 1918 (Nissan 11, 5678) (Age 39 years)
Lachine, Canada - לשין, קנדה

Note: Baron de Hirsch - De la Savane Cemetery
Birth of a son
#7
Abraham “Memel” SELIGMAN
June 15, 1920 (Sivan 29, 5680) (Age 42 years)
Montreal, Canada - מונטריאל, קנדה

Birth of a son
#8
Jacob “Jakie” SELIGMAN
1921 (5681) (Age 42 years)
Montreal, Canada - מונטריאל, קנדה

Birth of a daughter
#9
Sarah“Sally” SELIGMAN
1923 (5683) (Age 44 years)
Montreal, Canada - מונטריאל, קנדה

Death of a fatherDavid Meyer ZELIKMAN
1925 (5685) (Age 46 years)
Slobodka, Poland (Belarus) - סלבודקה, פולין (בלארוס)

Death of a wifeChana HERMAN
November 30, 1946 (Kislev 7, 5707) (Age 68 years)
Montreal, Canada - מונטריאל, קנדה

Note: Burial -
Death of a sonJack “Yankel” SELIGMAN
September 18, 1965 (Elul 21, 5725) (Age 87 years)
Montreal, Canada - מונטריאל, קנדה

Note: Burial -
Nickname
Hyman

Death December 14, 1973 (Kislev 19, 5734) (Age 95 years)
Montreal, Canada - מונטריאל, קנדה

Note: Burial -
Address

City: Montreal
State: Quebec
Country: Canada
Family with parents - View this family
father
mother
elder brother
Isaac ZELIKMAN
יצחק זליקמן
Birth: 1876 (5636) 16Slobodka, Russia (Belarus)
Death: Slobodka, Russia (Belarus)
2 years
himself
8 years
younger brother
Mendel SELIGMAN
מנדל זליגמן
Birth: December 14, 1885 (Tevet 6, 5646) 25Dvinsk, Russia (Latvia)
Death: November 7, 1978 (Heshvan 7, 5739)Montreal, Canada
brother
sister
Family with Freda ULMESCHIK - View this family
himself
wife
son
Harry SeligmanHarry SELIGMAN
הרי גטצל זליגמן
Birth: June 10, 1906 (Sivan 17, 5666) 28Lachine, Canada
Death: July 8, 1982 (Tamuz 17, 5742)Montreal, Canada
3 years
son
Nathan Isaac SELIGMAN
נתן יצחק זליגמן
Birth: August 5, 1909 (Av 18, 5669) 31Lachine, Canada
Death: Montreal, Canada
5 months
son
Jack “Yankel” SELIGMAN
יעקב זליגמן
Birth: January 1, 1910 (Tevet 20, 5670) 31Lachine, Canada
Death: September 18, 1965 (Elul 21, 5725)Montreal, Canada
5 years
daughter
Fanny SeligmanFanny SELIGMAN
פני זליגמן
Birth: 1914 (5674) 35Lachine, Canada
Death: 1991 (5751)Montreal, Canada
2 years
son
Israel SELIGMAN
ישראל זליגמן
Birth: May 11, 1916 (Iyar 8, 5676) 37Lachine, Canada
Death: September 13, 1985 (Elul 27, 5745)Montreal, Canada
Family with Chana HERMAN - View this family
himself
wife
son
Abraham “Memel” SELIGMAN
אברהם זליגמן
Birth: June 15, 1920 (Sivan 29, 5680) 42Montreal, Canada
Death: November 5, 2012 (Heshvan 20, 5773)Montreal, Canada
19 months
son
Jacob “Jakie” SELIGMAN
יעקב זליגמן
Birth: 1921 (5681) 42Montreal, Canada
Death: February 23, 2015 (Adar 4, 5775)Montreal, Canada
3 years
daughter
Sarah“Sally” SELIGMAN
שרה זליגמן
Birth: 1923 (5683) 44Montreal, Canada
Death: August 25, 1988 (Elul 12, 5748)Montreal, Canada
-5 years
son
Child - 6 SELIGMAN
ילד - 6 זליגמן
Birth: 1917 (5677) 38Lachine, Canada
Death: 1917 (5677)Lachine, Canada
Mordechai DORZORCEVA + Chana HERMAN - View this family
wife’s husband
wife
daughter-in-law
Bertha Dorzorcheva SeligmanBertha DORZORCEVA
בתיה ברטה דזורשבה
Birth: July 6, 1907 (Tamuz 24, 5667)Ekaterinoslav, Russia (Ukraine)
Death: May 31, 1969 (Sivan 14, 5729)Montreal, Canada

DeathJewishGen World Burial Registry - Montreal, Back River Memorial Gardens
SourceDavid Seligman (Canada) - genealogical research
SourceMark Seligman - genealogical research
Publication: Spencer B. Seligman Family Tree on http://www.macfamilytree.com/ (password protected)
Occupation
Chaim, went to Lachine near Montreal in Canada, where he established a bakery, even supplied bread to the Indian Reservation by horse and cart quite a distance away. Apparently, when he came to Montreal in 1923 he opened a donut shop which didn't last long (according to Jakie who remembered being told about the venture). A minor controversy exists concerning who introduced the Bagel to Montreal but as far as the Seligman clan is concerned it was Chaim (Hyman) Seligman Chaim. The bagel bakery was built in a lane next door to Schwartz's Deli on St. Lawrence Boulevard in central Montreal. Chaim would string his Bagels into dozens and patrol Jewish Main purveying his ware originally from a pushcart, then a horse and wagon and lastly from a converted taxi. Chaim went into partnership with Myer Lewkowicz and with Jack Shlafman but managed to fall out with both. Chaim and Myer founded the St. Viateur Bagel Shop and Jack established Fairmount Bagel, both existing until today. See: http://www.seligman.org.il/seligman_bagel.html
Occupation
The Bagel Along with smoked meats, the Montreal bagel – smaller, sweeter and with a larger hole than its New York counterpart; traditionally hand-rolled, boiled, baked and sprinkled with sesame or poppy seeds – is an iconic culinary symbol of Montreal Jewry. While everyone agrees that Eastern European Jewish immigrants brought “beygels” to North America, who actually introduced them to Montreal remains a source of great controversy. Chaim (Hyman) Seligman is credited by some with having started Montreal’s first bagel bakery. Born in 1878 in Tsarist Russia, Seligman moved to Canada around 1900, eventually settling just off St. Lawrence Boulevard. His bakery had humble roots, with Seligman delivering bagels by horse and wagon, transported the Russian way – strung together by the dozen. No early records of Seligman’s bakery exist, and evidence in directories only points to Seligman’s working for a Montreal bagel bakery in the 1940s and 50s. Seligman may even have been a driver in the late 1930s for another Montreal bagel bakery, owned by Isadore Shlafman and Jacob Drapkin. Shlafman and Drapkin are also reputed to be the first to introduce bagels to Montreal. Tucked away in the lane at 3835 St. Lawrence, this other Montreal bagel bakery may have opened in 1919, although it only appears in address directories starting in 1932. It served hand-rolled bagels, baked in a wood-fired oven. In 1949, Shlafman moved from St. Lawrence Boulevard to Fairmount Street, where, along with his son, Jack, he expanded his bagel business, known as Fairmount Bagel. It would remain at that location until 1959. Drapkin continued to operate his Montreal bagel bakery on St. Lawrence until 1956. In 1953, Holocaust survivor Myer Lewkowicz began working for Seligman; he did so until he was able to launch his own bagel business, in 1957. Lewkowicz briefly partnered with Shlafman and the store took on the name Fairmount Bagel, despite its location on St. Viateur. Bagels were not yet a very profitable venture and the partnership dissolved by the early 1960s. That store is now known as St. Viateur Bagel. It was sold by Lewkowicz in the 1990s to his apprentice, Joe Morena. Though Italian, Morena earned the nickname “Yosef” due to his impressive grasp of the Yiddish language. Today’s Original Fairmount Bagel Bakery, which reopened in 1979 at its original location on Fairmount Street, is still managed by Shlafman’s grandchildren. St. Viateur’s has served a number of famous visitors, including Prince Charles. One busy Saturday night, Morena received an order for 20 dozen bagels for His Royal Highness. Dismissing it as a prank, he admonished the caller, only to be met by a fleet of limousines and a British naval officer coming for his order. The flustered Morena instructed the officer to “get in line like everyone else,” and Prince Charles was eventually rewarded with a taste of Montreal bagels. The Fairmount Bagel Bakery has its own share of notables; in 2008, Montreal-born astronaut Greg Chamitoff, a relative of the Shlafman family, brought Fairmount Bagel bagels with him aboard the space shuttle Discovery. http://www.juifsdici.ca/en/ http://imjm.ca/location/1054 http://stviateurbagel.com/ http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/programmes/world_news_america/8681796.stm http://www.dacodoc.net/video.php?video=bagels (Short documentary on the Montreal Bagel Wars) http://www.seligman.org.il/seligman_bagel.html http://www.forward.com/articles/14502/#ixzz15gkJZ2j2
Residence
1897 - All Russia Census Fond: 2706-1-49 / 443 House owner: ZIWJAN, Nocha Mowscha ben Hirsch Bookkeeper 58 of Dvinsk Wife: ZIWJAN, Haja [dau. of ] Noach, 57 SELIGMANN, Mendel [son of ] Meyer, 11 Nephew of Nocha Mowscha ZIWJAN SELIGMANN, Elia Haim [son of ] Meyer Chaim Eliyahu?, 16, born Novo-Alexandrovsk d., Kovno pr. Jacobstadt Nephew of Nocha Mowscha ZIWJAN
Immigration
Name: Elie Seligman Birth: abt 1878 Departure: Liverpool, England Arrival: 14 Jul 1906 - Montreal, Quebec Canadian Passenger Lists, 1865-1935
Death
Burial - Montreal, Back River Memorial Gardens, King Edwards Section 14 December 1973 Line 17, Grave 29
Note
The 1897 Census of all Russias The Tzivian of Dvinsk, Livani, Kreutzburg and Vishki. TZIVIAN Nahum ben Hirch, 58, from Dvinsk Ogorodnaya st. N° 37/39 Apt 1, Wooden Shingles, Accountant in a factory. Living in the house are also: TZIVIAN Khaya bat Noakh(?), Wife, 57; ZELIKMAN Mendel ben (David) Meer, Nephew, 11; LEVIN Golda-Sorka bat Tevia,Maid, 15; born in Dvinsk; ZELIKMAN Elya-Khaim ben (David) Meer, Nephew, 16, born in Novo-Aleksandrovsk(=Zarasai). http://www.premiumorange.com/rigavitalrecords/tziviandvinskwo.html