Censuses
 
 Extract from East London
 England 1861 Census

 

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Extract from East London  England 1871 Census

 

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Extracts from 1881 London, England Census

Traditional marriage customs observed by the Dutch immigrants
 

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Spitalfields Whitechapel London England Census 1891/

Tenterground Streets

Index of persons born in Netherlands

 

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Extracts from the London England Census 1891

Births: Amsterdam London New York

 

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Extract from East London England 1901 Census
This census shows how the living standards of our ancestors were slowly progressing from residing in the tenement dwellings of Spitalfields, East London, Uk then moving to better districts of old London Town, although at the time the Sasieni`s/Sassienie`s were still mainly employed as unskilled labourers

 

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Extracts from 1871 London, England Census
Levie Wolf Sasieni
Volgellina (Sophia) Cohen

 

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Extracts from 1911 London, England Census
Household of John Sassienie

 

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Extracts from 1911 London, England Census
Household of Elias Sassienie

 

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Extracts from 1911 London, England Census
Household of
Morris Sassienie

 

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Extracts from 1911 London, England Census
Household of
Reuben Sasiene

 

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Extracts from 1911 London, England Census
Household of
John Sasieni

 

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Extracts from 1911 London, England Census
Household of
Joseph Sasieni

 

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Extracts from 1911 London, England Census
Household of
Samuel Sasieni

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Extracts from 1911 London, England Census
Household of
Rebecca Sasieni

 

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Extracts from 1911 London, England Census
Household of
Joel Sasieni

 

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Extracts from 1911 London, England Census
Household of
Moses Sassieni

 

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Extracts from 1911 London, England Census
Household of
Herman Sassieni

 

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Extracts from 1911 London, England Census
Household of
Myer Sassieni

 

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Extracts from 1911 London, England Census
Household of
David Dightmaker

 

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Extracts from 1911 London, England Census
Household of
Isaac Pennamacoor

 

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Extracts from 1911 London, England Census
Household of
Aaron Kaas

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Extracts from 1871 London, England Census

Household of Moses (Moppy) Sassienie

Yotje (Julia) Spier

surname spelled, Sassenick in this census

 

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Extracts from 1871 London, England Census

Household of Levie (Louis) Wolf Sasieni

Volgellina (Sophia) Cohen

 

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Extracts from 1871 London, England Census

Household of Jacob Sasienie

Botje (Betsy) Swaab, known as Elizabeth in this census

 

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Extracts from 1871 London, England Census

Household of Dientje (Dinah) Koekoek

Known as Dinah Sassinick in this census

 

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Extracts from 1881 London, England Census
Moses (Moppy) Sassienie
Clara Elias

Includes Sassienie and Barnett families


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Extracts from 1881 London, England Census
Jacob Sasienie
Botje (Betsy) Swaab


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Extracts from 1881 London, England Census
Faust family
Including Annie Faust married to
Jacob Sasieni who died during a
bombing raid in WW2


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Extracts from 1881 London, England Census
Includes Sassienie
and Barnett families


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Extracts from 1891 London, England Census
Sassienie family
Morris Moses Sassienie


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Extracts from 1991 London, England Census
David Dightmaker

and Dinah Sasiene

 

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Extracts from 1891 London, England Census
Sassienie and Shine families


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Extracts from 1891 London, England Census
Solomon Sasiene


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Extracts from 1901 London, England Census
 
Sassienie family
Morris Moses Sassienie


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Extracts from 1901 London, England Census
Moses (Moppy) Sassienie
and Clara Elias


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Extracts from 1901 London, England Census

Household of Jacob (Jack) Sassienie

known as John Sassienie in this census

Julia Proops

 

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Extracts from 1901 London, England Census

Household of Joseph (Joe) Sasieni

Known as Joseph Sassienie in this census

Martha Betsy Blitz

 

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Censuses

continued

 

Extracts from 1901 London, England Census

Household of Morris Sassienie

Sarah Myers

 

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Extracts from 1901 London, England Census

Household of Solomon Wolf Sasiene

Known as Solomon Sasieni in this census

Rebecca Zwart

 

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Extracts from 1901 London, England Census

Household of Volgellina (Sophia) Cohen

Widow of Levie (Louis) Wolf Sasieni

Known as Sophia Sasieni in this census

 

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Extracts from 1911 London, England Census
Kaas family


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Extracts from 1911 London, England Census
David Dightmaker and Dinah Sasiene


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Extracts from 1911 London, England Census
 
Sassienie family
Samuel Sasieni


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Extracts from 1911
London, England Census
Herman Sassieni who died from injuries suffered in battle during
World War 1


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Extracts from 1911

London, England Census

  Isaac Pennamacoor

and Betsy Sasiene

 

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Extracts from 1911
 London, England Census
  
Sassienie family
 John Sassienie

 
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Extracts from 1911
 London, England Census
  
Phoebe Sassienie
 Eldest living Worldwide family member

 
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Extracts from 1911
 London, England Census

Samuel Frank

and Hannah (Annie) Sassienie

 

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Extracts from 1911
London, England Census
 
Sassienie family
Morris Moses Sassienie


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Extracts from 1911
London, England Census
 
Sassienie family
Rueben Sasiene

 

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Extracts from 1911
London, England Census
 
Moses (Moppy) Sassienie
and Clara Elias


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Extracts from 1911
London, England Census

Widow Rebecca Zwart

Daughter Dinah Sasiene

 

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1910 New York American Census
 T
his census is an exclusive and a valuable asset to our family history, as it describes in detail the particulars of the first Sasieni family members to have officially immigrated to America and would not return to their country of origin, England.

 

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1915 New York American Census

Enumeration of inhabitants

Jacob Sasiene and family

The Original Family American Immigrants


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Extracts from 1930 American Census

Jacob Sasiene

 

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Extracts from 1930 American Census

George Sasiene

 

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Extracts from 1930 American Census

Abram (Alfred) Sasiene

 

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Ship`s log 1855

HMS Lada

 

Captain`s entry the arrival to London, England, of the first Sasieni, Wolf Jacob Sasieni and his wife, Dientje (Dinah) Levie Koekoek

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Ship`s log 1854

HMS Diana

 

Captain`s entry the arrival to London, England, of Levie (Louis) Wolf Sasieni, son of Wolf Jacob Sasieni

 

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Ship`s log 1855

HMS Diana

 

Captain`s entry the arrival to London, England, Moses (Moppy) Sassienie, son of Wolf Jacob Sasieni

 

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Hannah (Annie) Sassienie

College declaration by parent 1896


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Abraham Alfred Sasieni
Family tobacco dynasty
Admittance into the USA

 

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Dinah Sasieni
Admittance into the USA

 

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George Sasiene
Permission to temporary leave the USA

 

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Jacob Sasiene
USA passport application

 

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Hannah (Johanna) Defries
wife of: Jacob (Jack) Sasiene
USA passport application

 

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Solomon Sasieni

Passenger ship list 1912

Approval for employment in Canada

Note

Solomon Sasieni is only described as Hebrew,

no nationality given

 

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David Sasieni

Passenger ship list 1920

South Africa to England

Worked passage as a steward

 

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Wolf Jacob Sasieni

1795 - 1869

Dutch military

Dutch Army certificate of Wolf Jacob Sasieni from 1825 & regimental history.

(Original document & details, mainly in Dutch)

 

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Jacob Sasiene
1826 - 1889
Birth Certificate

Born at: 27 Kerkstraat, Amsterdam, Holland. Copy of Birth Certificate & photo of birth place. Mutual ancestor to all branch one family individuals

 

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Matje Mozes

1750 1825

Amsterdam, Holland

Death certificate

Wife of Jacob Salomon and mutual grandmother to all family members

 

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Vintage Sassienie/Sasieni marriage certificates
The marriages were solemnized in the Great Synagogue, Dukes Place, East London, England during the mid nineteenth century.

(Details & original documents)

 

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More Vintage Sassienie/Sasieni marriage certificates
The marriages were solemnized in the Great Synagogue, Dukes Place, East London, England during the mid nineteenth century.

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Probate Notice
Morris Moses Sassienie

Dinah Dightmaker & Joseph Kaas

 

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English translated letter,
PRO Amsterdam, Holland


English translated letter dated 1989 from the Amsterdam Holland Public Records Office. The Dutch records office gives concise, invaluable information and an indication into the traditions and the hardships endured by our ancestors in eighteenth and early nineteenth century Holland for those without wealth. Original letter & document plus details

 

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David Sasieni -The Great War

World War 1
1896 - 1967. Born London, England.
(Regimental History)

 

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Morris Barnett MBE
1914 - 1998

Grandson of Julia Sasienie & Lewis Barnett. Despite normally being happy being at the centre of attention, Morris Barnett was most modest when it came to his wartime exploits. He was colour blind ... and in bomb disposal! In fact, at the end of the war, he was in charge of clearing bombs, mines, booby traps etc. from the whole of Holland and was awarded an M.B.E.

 

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Jews' Free School, Stepney, London, England

A complete history with
family registers

The Jews' Free School opened as a Talmud Torah at the Great Synagogue, London, England in 1732. Originally a charity school for fifteen poor orphan boys it grew to become the largest Jewish School in Britain 

 

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Jews' Free School,
Stepney, London, England
Copies of the original school register entries containing names, dates of births, including family ancestors, parents, school grades, entry & discharge dates of our ancestors who attended from 1874 to 1887

 

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Eliis Island

Passenger lists & ships description

 

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The Huguenots & the Jews
Entwined in History

Throughout the centuries our Jewish ancestors has inadvertently crossed paths with another specific cultural and religious group, the Huguenots. The Huguenots were French Protestants who were members of the Reformed Church, which was established in 1550. Our Jewish ancestors and the Huguenots would have lived and worked in the same neighbourhoods, although probably within their different communities. But there is much speculation that during the last few hundred years many Jews because of religious persecution in Spain, Portugal and France did convert to Christianity or became Christians and remained Jews behind the scenes and that some Jews migrated to America during the mid seventeenth century in the guise as Huguenots rather than Jews. These intriguing and interesting articles describe how the historic pathways of our Jewish ancestors and the Huguenots have become intertwined. The similarities between the two groups are astounding and any Sasieni family member would have great difficulties in publishing an accurate account of family history lifestyles without the word Huguenot popping up in there somewhere.

 

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The Custom of Naming Children
Sasieni Tradition

For centuries naming children after family members has been a common practice. If a name cuts across several generations, including cousins, it usually indicates a family connection. Long before children's names were chosen for their beauty or popularity, parents had other criteria for selecting names. Names were chosen not for their originality but often to honour relatives, either dead or living. Consequently the same names tended to be repeated through successive generations

 

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From Success to Success

Alan Freedman and Keith Freedman sons of: Esther (Stella) Sassiene and Harry Freedman. In 1966, at the age of 17, Alan Freedman and his brother, Keith, started their own business, Brutus Mens Wear, importing garments from Hong Kong. By the early 70's they would have a 20% share of the UK men's shirt market and a 15% share of the UK denim jean market.

 

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Simon Bernstein

A Brief History

1849 - 1933

Father in law of Nathaniel (Nat) Norman Sassieni

Simon Bernstein achieved the complete re-fitting of a large shop in the Mile End Road, London, England, as the first cinema in the East End (The Penny Flicks). The sizable New Road Synagogue in East London, England was a big project for Simon Bernstein who built it. He always insisted that marriages of his children take place there.

 

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The Sassieni Legend
 12th century the beginnings
Letter from 1966

 

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Enlistment and discharge from military service

Jacob (Jack) Sassienie - 1907

 

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US WWII draft registration card

Herman Yollis, husband of Rebecca Sasieni

 

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US WWII draft registration card

Jacob Sasiene

 

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US WWII Army Enlistment Record

1938 - 1946

Isador Sasiene

 

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Sasieni Mystery

Parish records

Anne Sasieni

John Sasieni

Sasieni family discovered in 1599

Trent, Dorset, England

 

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London Gazette Notices

1908

John Sasieni

 

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London Gazette Notices

1911

Henrietta Sassienie

 

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London Gazette Notices

1917

Jacob Pennamacoor

 

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London Gazette Notices

1921

Ruben Sasiene

 

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London Gazette Notices

1935

Rachel Sassienie

 

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London Gazette Notices

1935

Ruben Sasiene

 

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London Gazette Notices

1936

Myer Sassienie

 

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London Gazette Notices

1939

Samuel Sassienie

 

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London Gazette Notices

1941

Jacob Sasieni & family

Died during the blitz

 

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