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151 To Republic of South Africa after marriage Family F136
 
152 Tragically Rachael and her two young daughters Esther and Deborah Rittenberg all died in 1869 from "phthisis pulm", i.e. pulmonary consumption.

Rachael died sometime between 2nd June 1869, when her son Oscar was born and 24th July when Oscar's birth was recorded, as she is listed as "Deceased" on his birth certificate.  
Poliziner, Rachael (I32)
 
153 URL
http://www.naa.gov.au/ 
Repository (REPO4)
 
154 Variously spelt on documents: Pierce, Place. Place, Mary Ann Pierce (I78)
 
155 Vera was a teacher in a Dance Studio, in which she was a partner. She later suffered with MS. Rittenberg, Vera (I363)
 
156 Was Synagogue choirmaster and Professer at Trinity College of Music Wasserzug, Israel (I604)
 
157 Werner travelled to England alone, from Germany. He joined the "Pioneer Army" and changed his name to Robert Parker at that time.
After peace was declared he returned to Germany to find his family, however none had survived. He grieved for them for the rest of his life and did not recover emotionally from the shock of losing his parents. 
Cohn, Werner Emanuel (I441)
 
158 William was a Music Master and Synagogue Choirmaster Wasserzug, William (I590)
 
159 Woolbroker Stephen, George Alexander (I1033)
 

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