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Abraham Herman WULFSOHNAge: 54 years18801934

Name
Abraham Herman WULFSOHN
Given names
Abraham Herman
Surname
WULFSOHN
Romanized
Abraham Zvi
Hebrew
אברהם צבי וולפסון
Birth April 1880 (Iyar 5640)
Zagare, Russia (Lithuania) - זגרה, רוסיה

Death of a fatherAbba WULFSOHN
May 1934 (Sivan 5694) (Age 54 years)

Death May 18, 1934 (Sivan 4, 5694) (Age 54 years)
Rustenburg, South Africa - רוסטנברג, דרום אפריקה

Burial
Rustenburg, South Africa - רוסטנבורג, דרום אפריקה

Address: Rustenburg Old Cemetery Nelson Mandela St. Rustenburg
Cemetery: Rustenburg Old Cemetery
Text:
Surname WULFSOHN First Names Abraham Herman Maiden Name Hebrew Names Avraham Tzvi b Abba Date of Birth Origin: Town Origin: Country Died Date 1934-05-18 Hebrew Date of Death 4 Sivan Age Parents Names Spouse's Name Inscription Notes Wife, children Region in SA North West Listing Rustenburg Old
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Abraham Herman WULFSOHN
אברהם צבי וולפסון
Birth: April 1880 (Iyar 5640)Zagare, Russia (Lithuania)
Death: May 18, 1934 (Sivan 4, 5694)Rustenburg, South Africa

BurialOld Rustenburg Cemetery
Text:
Surname WULFSOHN First Names Abraham Herman Maiden Name Hebrew Names Avraham Tzvi b Abba Date of Birth Origin: Town Origin: Country Died Date 1934-05-18 Hebrew Date of Death 4 Sivan Age Parents Names Spouse's Name Inscription Notes Wife, children Region in SA North West Listing Rustenburg Old
SourceMiriam Margolyes - genealogical research
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Note
Abraham Herman Wulfsohn was an active member of the Rustenburg Town Council for many years during the late 1920's and early 1930's. He was known to be one of the prime movers in the establishment of both the present hospital as well as the original hospital situated at the corner of Marais and Kerk Streets. In March 1923 he was appointed as President of the Rustenburg Zionist Society by the South African Zionist Federation. He was President and laid the foundation stone in memory of his Russian parents for the only Shul in Rustenburg in 1924.