The Lindeman family

The Lindeman family

In 1816, in Kutno Mordka Lindeman (Linderman) (born ca. 1791), son of the trader Berek and Bluma (daughter of Chaim), married Perel Fux (born ca. 1792), the daughter of the baker Szyja and Małka (daughter of Jonasz). In 1817 their son Chaim was born, and in 1820 – Moszek Józef. Mordka Lindeman was a professional trader. According to the Kutno Books of Residents, in April 1848 Moszek Józef Lindeman moved to Płock. He married Zelda Bajla née Łopatka, who was born in Płock in 1827, as the daughter of Gerszon and Fajga. Presumably, Moszek moved from Kutno to Płock to marry Zelda and they set up home there. According to The Book of Residents for Plock, the Lindeman family lived at 2 Synagogalna Street (mortgage number 40), close to the Great Synagogue. Moszek and Zelda had (at least) seven children: Mordka (born in 1857), Małka (born in 1860), Łaja (born in 1851), Berysz (born in 1866), Wolf (born in 1868), Chawa Pessa (born in 1874) and Icek.

Around 1881, Małka, Berysz, Wolf and Icek emigrated to London.

Harvey Kaplan, Glasgow, Scotland