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Meyer ROTENBERGAge: 64 years18941958

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מאיר רוטנברג
Birth March 9, 1894 (Adar II 1, 5654)
Iwaniska, Russia (Poland) - Ivansk - איבנסק, רוסיה-פולין

Immigration December 7, 1924 (Kislev 10, 5685) (Age 30 years)
Toronto, Ontario, Canada - עורך-דין

Note: Name: ROTENBERG, Meyer
Death June 20, 1958 (Tamuz 2, 5718) (Age 64 years)
Toronto, Ontario, Canada - טורונטו, קנדה

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מאיר רוטנברג
Birth: March 9, 1894 (Adar II 1, 5654)Iwaniska, Russia (Poland)
Death: June 20, 1958 (Tamuz 2, 5718)Toronto, Ontario, Canada

SourceStella Baldev - Personal Testimony
Publication: Email from Stella Baldev, September 2010
SourceGross-Weinberg Family Tree
also: Birth 9 Mar 1894 • Poland 3 Sources 1894 (AGE) Marriage 28 Oct 1924 • York, Ontario, Canada Mattie (Margaret) Levi (1897–1989) 1 Source 1924 30 Arrival 7 Dec 1924 • New York, New York 1 Source 1924 30 Birth of Daughter Aubey? Rotenberg(1925–2013) 9 September 1925 1925 31 Birth of Daughter Lailla Rotenberg(1928–) 25 Mar 1928 1928 34 Birth of Son Arthur Daniel Rotenberg(1934–2000) 21 Jul 1934 • Toronto, Ontario, Canada 1934 40 Residence 1942 • New York, New York, USA 1 Source 1942 48 Death 20 Jun 1958 • Toronto, Ontario, Canada 1958 64 Death (Alternate) 20 July 1958 • Toronto, Ontario, Canada 1 Source 1958 Burial Toronto, Toronto Municipality, Ontario, Canada 1 Source Residence Canada 1 Source EDIT Departure Southampton 1 Source Source Citations New York, Passenger Lists, 1820-1957 Year: 1924; Arrival: New York, New York; Microfilm Serial: T715, 1897-1957; Microfilm Roll: Roll 3581; Line: 1; Page Number: 2 Ancestry Family Tree Canada, Find A Grave Index, 1600s-Current Ontario, Canada, Marriages, 1801-1928, 1933-1934 Archives of Ontario; Series: MS932; Reel: 674 U.S., World War II Draft Registration Cards, 1942 The National Archives at St. Louis; St. Louis, Missouri; State Headquarters: New York
Name: ROTENBERG, Meyer Born 1894 in Ivansk (Iwaniska), Russian Poland Died 1958 Called to the Bar: 1918 Biographical Information: Meyer Rotenberg's father was a banker and steamship agent who brought many Jews, including his son, from Russian Poland to Toronto. Meyer became a businessman and lawyer who won the bronze medal at Osgoode Hall Law School. In 1924, he married Mattie Levi who was the first woman and the first Jew to earn a doctorate in physics at the University of Toronto, and later became a CBC journalist. They had five children, all of whom were educated at the first Jewish day school in Toronto, founded and directed by their mother. Source: Michael Brown, "Mattie Rotenberg," Jewish Women: A Comprehensive Historical Encyclopedia. 20 March 2009. Jewish Women's Archive. Web. 25 February 2010.
The Rotenberg Ledger, prepared by Rotenberg's Ltd. (bankers and steamship agents), is a handwritten record of steamship passengers. The Toronto Jewish City and Information Directory of 1925 indicated that Louis Rotenberg Sr., President of Rotenberg's Ltd., resided at 118 Spadina Avenue. The other family members in the business were: Louis Rotenberg Jr., Treasurer and Manager (99 Kendal Avenue); Max Rotenberg, Vice President, (532 Christie Avenue, then in 1931 at 334 Rushton Road); Meyer Rotenberg, Secretary, (118 Spadina Avenue, then in 1931 at 138 Douglas Drive).