Rebecca Chatel Rosenthal (Zwick) (Gordon) (Town of Salantai). Also name noted as Reva Rosenthal
Sara Rose Siegel (Rosenthal)
Louis Rosenthal was the sixth child of seven children of Rebecca and Hyman Chatel. His horse's name was Shemell.
Louis Rosenthal's father, mother and sister:
Hyman Abraham Chatel (Chaim Avram) (Khaitel or Chatel) Rosenthal: born in Laukuva, Lithuania Rebecca Chatel Rosenthal (Zwick) (Gordon): born in 1854 (Family name changed to Gordon) (Also name noted as Reva Rosenthal) Sara Rose Siegel (Rosenthal): born in 1876
Louis Zwick: Rebecca's (Reva) father was a wealthy landowner from Plunge, Lithuania Rachel Zwick: Rebecca's mother
Hyman Abraham Chatel resided in Plunge, Lithuania and was a wealthy mill owner.
Louis (Chatel) Rosenthal siblings from Plunge, Kovno, Lithuania:
Louis Rosenthal (1888 - 1964) Arrived in U.S. in 1907 Benjamin Rosenthal Relocated to South Africa Robert Rosenthal (1889 - 1976) Arrived in U.S. circa 1904 Ziota Cohen (Rosenthal) Born in 1890 Sara Rose Siegel (Rosenthal) Born in 1876 Sheppie Rosenthal Relocated to Mineola, New York Gittle Klotz (Chatel or Khaitel) Rosenthal Born in 1879. Lived in Laukava Married Benjamin Vulf Kliots of Telsh on March 29, 1905 Had 2 sons and 1 daughter
Louis Rosenthal's wife: Dorothy "Dolly" Rosenthal (Levin) (1899 - 1958) Louis met Dolly at MICA (Maryland Institute College of Art) where they were both students.
Sharon Quigley-Rosenthal is the 9th cousin three times removed from Marcel Proust
Charcoal drawing of Dorothy (Dolly) Rosenthal that Louis Rosenthal made in MICA art school where they were both art students.
Dorothy (Dolly) and Louis Rosenthal
Marcel Proust Ancestry
Louis Rosenthal met his wife Dorothy when they were both art students at MICA. Dorothy is related to Marcel Proust.
Marcel Proust is Sharon Quigley-Rosenthal's 9th cousin thrice removed! Show 19 relatives →
Sharon Quigley-Rosenthal → Bernard Rosenthal → Dorothy "Dolly" Rosenthal → Bernard (Dov Ber) Levin → You your father his mother her father
Abraham (Abi Asher) Levin → Zvi Levin → Haim Judah Leib Margolis → Samuel Margolis → his father his father his father his father
Mrs. Mordechai Margolis → Nissell Schick → Moshe Halevi Segal/Heller → Chana Segal → his mother her mother her father his mother
Moshe Katzenellenbogen, משה קצנלנבוגן → Nessla Hacohen → Moses Lwow → Aaron Lwow → her father his sister her son his son
Rose Reislé Lwow → Léa Adélaïde Kulp → Rosette Marie-Rose Lazard Kulp → Marguerite Nathan → his daughter her daughter her daughter her daughter
Nathé Weil → Jeanne Clémence Weil → Marcel Proust her son his daughter her son
My father, Bernard (left). My uncle, Natt Begun (center) and my mother, Jenny (right).
Michel Begun (Rosenthal), Louis Rosenthal's daughter married Natt Begun. Begun opened Hamburger Junction in Baltimore, Maryland. The first and only restaurant of its kind in that day......had an 'electric miniature train' which traveled around the counter delivering food. My father, Bernie worked there as the manager where he met my mother, Jen (Genevieve Quigley) who worked there as a waitress. My mother's last name at that time was Wheeler from a first marriage.
The Judaica Library of the Jewish Studies Center is named for a major figure in 19th century Charleston Jewish history.
Rabbi Hirsch Zvi Margolis Levin was born in Lithuania in 1807. He was the son of a rabbi and the descendant of a long line of rabbis which included Rashi in the 11th century and Yomtov Lipman Heller (“Tosfos Yomtov”), the great 17th century commentator and Chief Rabbi of Prague, Vienna and Krakow. Rabbi Levin received his ordination from one of the great Lithuanian yeshivot and settled in his wife’s hometown of Wirballin.