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Diane Isaacs Family

Black & White Collection

Descendants and close relatives of:

Betsy Sasiene and Isaac Pennamacoor 



Southend on Sea, Essex, England 1950s

From left: sitting on deckchair Clara Pennamacoor, next to her Henrietta Pennamacoor with Sarah Pennamacoor

Ė daughters of Betsy Sasiene & Isaac Pennamacoor, Betty Coleman far back right. Centre: Diane Pennamacoor &
James Colman husband of Sarah Pennamacoor.  Children Jean & Phillip.
Phillip Coleman later moved to New Zealand



England abt 1950

From left back: Martha (Marie) Sassienie, Dinah (Isaacs) Zeelander & Annie Zeelander.
Front: Clara Isaacs & Clara (Isaacs) Pennamacoor

Dinah (Isaacs) Zeelander & Annie Zeelander were first cousins
 


Southend on Sea, Essex, England abt 1940
Clara Pennamacoor & Henrietta Pennamacoor daughters of Betsy Sasiene & Isaac Pennamacoor.

Sadly, Clara died at age 42 in 1960. Cause of death brain tumour.

The Barmitzvah of Brian Isaacs - England 1957

From left back row - David Isaacs, Isaac (Izzy) Levy, James (Jim) Coleman, Morris Pennamacoor also known as Morry Penn, Sarah (Sadie) Pennamacoor.

From left middle row -  Betty Coleman, Clara Pennamacoor, Joan Pennamacoor, Diane Isaacs, Ethel Silverstone, Henrietta Pennamacoor, rose Hamburg, Unknown.

Boys in front row from left - Paul Keiller, Brian Isaacs, Phillip Coleman.


Tragically Paul Keiller disappeared when a young man. All efforts to trace him were unsuccessful.


Clara Pennamacoor & Jacob (Johnnie) Pennamacoor. England early 1930s

 

With thanks & appreciation to Diane Isaacs for her kind contributuion of these wonderful photographs to
the Sassienie Worldwide Family website

 

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Frederick Pennamacoor

Son of: Betsy Sasiene and Isaac Pennamacoor

1907 - 1999



 

With thanks & appreciation to Diane Isaacs for her kind contributuion of this wonderful photograph to
the Sassienie Worldwide Family website

 

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Beginning of World War Two
Bournemouth, England abt 1939



Adults from Left: Fanny (Fay)  Barnett & Rita Barnett.
Children from left: John Bernard, Evelyn Kramer & Jennifer Bernard

 

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Anthony Steel

Son of Morris Sidney Sassienie & Betty

First day at school -Gidea Park, Romford, Essex - England 1957

 

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Thananan Sarilak

Wife of Anthony Steel


Chiang Mai, Thailand - 1953
 

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Helen Keen

Wife of Morris Barnett


Photo: England - early 1940s
 

With thanks & appreciation to John Bernard for his kind contributuion of this photograph to
the Sassienie Worldwide Family website

 

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Bernard, Barnett, Keen, Kramer & Ganzer Families
Descendents of Julia Sasiene & Lewis Barnett


England mid 1950s

Standing from left: Bernard Bernard, Rita Barnett, Helen Keen, Morris Barnett, Sylvia Ganzner, Sidney Barnett,
Fanny (Fay) Barnett & Edwin (Eddie) Kramer.

Sitting from left: Gillian, Lewis Barnett, Evelyn & John Bernard
 

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Sidney Barnett
Son of Lewis Barnett and Julia Sasiene

                 

Photo 1: England late 1930s
 Photo 2:
England early 1940s


England 1959 
From left: brothers Sidney Barnett and Morris Barnett. Although they appear to be twins, Morris was actually 8 years older than Sidney.


Sidney Barnett contracted rheumatic fever as a child that caused long term problems to his heart. Sadly his health condition never improved and

Sidney died from heart failure at the young age of 38 years old only a few months after this photograph was taken

 

In Memory Of
Sidney Barnett
1922 - 1960

 

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Children of Julia Sasienie & Lewis Barnett


From left: Fanny (Fay) Barnett, Morris Barnett and Rita Barnett

Great Yarmouth, Norfork, England - 1919

 

Rita Barnett and Morris Barnett

 England - 1922

 

With thanks & appreciation to John Bernard for his kind contributuion of these photographs to
the Sassienie Worldwide Family website

 

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Lesley Masters
Daughter of Sarah (Sally) Sassienie



England mid 1960s
 

In memory of the late Sarah (Sally) Sassienie and for her kind contributuion of this photograph to
the Sassienie Worldwide Family website

 

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Morris Barnett & wife Fanny Abrahams

Parents of Lewis Barnett


England abt 1905
Morris Barnett with wife, Fanny Abrahams 

 


England abt 1913

Morris Barnett with dog
 

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The Vangelder`s

England abt 1929
From left
:Morris Frederick Vangelder and wife Rachel Sasieni, Lewis Vangelder, Fanny Vangelder,

Gulda (Golda) Applestone and child Maurice Wolf Sasieni



Margate, Kent, England - abt 1934
 From left: Gulda (Golda) Applestone, baby Doreen Vangelder and Maurice Sasieni
 

With thanks & gratitude to Judith Selig for her kind contribution of these classic photographs to
the Sassienie Worldwide Family Website

 

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Kaas Family Photos

 

Samuel Kaas

Son of Aaron Kaas & Miriam (Mary) Sassienie

England abt 1910


England 1917
Samuel Kaas & wife, Rebecca Rosenthal

Samuel Kaas son of Miriam (Mary) Sassienie & Aaron Kaas

Children from left: Irene Kaas, Mary Kaas and Alexander Kaas

 


Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England 1921
Adults from left: Rebecca Rosenthal and Miriam (Mary) Sassienie.
Children -
Alexander Kaas and Irene Kaas
 

Tragically Rebecca Rosenthal died in childbirth age 29 only a few weeks after this photograph was taken,

resulting in both loss of mother and baby.
 

In Memory Of
Rebecca Kaas nee Rosenthal
Died 1921



Mary Kaas - June 21st 1931
Granddaughter of Aaron Kaas
& Miriam (Mary) Sassienie


Photograph taken at
the Cinema Studios, 91 Whitechapel Rd, London E1, England



Irene Kaas - June 21st 1935
Granddaughter of Aaron Kaas & Miriam (Mary) Sassienie

Photograph taken at
the Cinema Studios, 91 Whitechapel Rd, London E1, England



Irene Kaas & daughter, Barbara - England 1940

This is Irene Kaas with her 4 year old daughter Barbara travelling away from their home in London, England during the evacuation to escape the bombing known as the blitz. Although exhausted and the future looking uncertain, they still managed to keep their sense of humour

Sign on building reads: Public conveniences, Washing facilities, Public baths
 

With thanks & gratitude to Barbara for her kind contribution of these classic photographs to
the Sassienie Worldwide Family Website

 

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Alexander (Alex) Kaas

1920 -1982

Grandson of Mary Sassienie and Aaron Kaas

 

From left: Alexander Kaas standing outside his barbershop (Alex Barber Shop) with his assistant Alf at 394 Bow Road in Londonís East End.

Bow, London, England - 1950s

 

Alexander Kaas (pronounced, Kars) ran a successful barbershop for many years at 394 Bow Road in Londonís East End. He was married to Jean Karpel in 1942, there were no children born of the marriage.

 

During the mid part of the 1960s the local authority decided to demolish it's old Victorian buildings and rebuild the whole area that led to the compulsory government purchase of many homes and businesses within the East End, including the barbershop of Alexander Kaas. During the late 1960s Alexander Kaas and his wife Jean emigrated to Australia taking advantage of what was then the available £10 Assisted Passage to Australia Migration Scheme. When the British immigrants arrived in Australia they became fondly known by the Australians as the £10 poms.

Click here for details of what became known as the £10 poms scheme.

 

Alexander Kaas and his wife Jean never returned to the UK and lived in Prahran, Victoria, Melbourne, Australia for the final remainders of their lives.

 

The area above of 394 Bow Road in Londonís East End and where the Alex barbershop once stood prior to the flyover being built - 2016.

Now dominated by a flyover with a MacDonaldís and shopping mall below, itís unrecognisable today. The people and an era gone forever.

 

With thanks & appreciation to Barbara Karpel for the details and kind contribution of this photograph to
the Sassienie Worldwide Family Website

 

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Children of Reuben Sasiene and Sophia winkel
 England - early 1920s



From left: Sarah Sadie Sasiene, seated: Rebecca (Betty) Sasiene, baby Dinah Sasiene and standing,

Amelia Muriel Sasiene (Red haired girl wearing bow)
 
Written on back of photo: 8729 Stoke Newington 118 High Street, England.
 - No date given
 

With thanks & appreciation to Gillian for her kind contribution of this classic photograph to
the Sassienie Worldwide Family Website

 

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George Sasiene and his mother, Hannah (Johanna) Defries


Photo copies of passport photos 
 Photo 1:
Passport photo George Sasiene.
 New York, USA - February 18, 1921
 
Immigrated from London, England to New York, USA - 1907
 Photo 2: Passport photo Hanna Defries wife of Jacob (Jack) Sasiene.
 New York, USA - May 17, 1924
 
Immigrated from London, England to New York, USA - 1906

 

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Fanny (Fay) Barnett, husband Edwin and Children
Fanny (Fay) Barnett, daughter of Julia Sasiene and Lewis Barnett


Family group photo: from left - Fanny (Fay) Barnett, daughter, husband Edwin and daughter.
Trafalgar Square, London, England. Was famous for itís tame pigeons. Taken about 1941.

 

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Abram (Alfred) Sasiene

London, England 1899 - New Jersey, USA 1983

 

Abram (Alfred) Sasiene with daughter, Barbara

USA Ė abt 1950

 

Alfred immigrated to the United States in 1919 and with this is a story.

 

Jacob (Jack) Sassienie, a brother of Alfred Sasiene, saw him off from England at the Southampton docks in 1919. Jacob gave Alfred part of a penny that he had cut in half and said to Alfred; we will join the penny again next time we meet. Jacob died in England late 1961 and Alfred died in the United States early 1983. Sadly after 1919, Jacob and Alfred never met again.

 

Alfred Sasiene with his wife, Lillian Borgos

USA - late 1960s

 

With thanks & graditude to Paul Guariglia for his kind contribution of these photographs to
the Sassienie Worldwide Family Website

 

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