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Around the dining room table starting @7:00 — Ethel (Caplan) Kottler, Ben Kottler, Joe Gerber, Rose (Caplan) Gerber Pearl (Perlman) Caplan, Brunsie (Caplan) Zeidenstein, Hyman Zeidenstein Esther & William Caplan Morry Goldstein, Irv Goldstein, Clara Goldstein, Howard Goldstein Joe Dickter, Dickter
by Betty Ruth Gibbons Caplan When I was in the early years of my marriage I always used to tell myself to remember what kind of a mother-in-law I had, because she would be my role model. I had three sons and I was afraid that I would not be a good mother-in-law myself. I
Sarah Lederman Caplan had moved in with her husband’s family when they were married. When Aaron left for America, Sarah was left behind with the baby Sam. Sarah may have also had twins who died. But Sarah and the baby remained with Aaron’s family during those years that Aaron was gone. She did not return
Before the kinder (children) could listen to stories from under the dining room table, first the derwakseners (adults) sat above. In this undated photo — probably from the 1930’s or 1940’s — we see around the dining room table some of the Zeidensteins, Gerbers, Silvermans, Perlmans, and Caplans who had come from Russia in the
Back/4th Row: Great Aunt Tzepa (Mema Sepa) Kleban, Great Uncle Sorel (Srul) Kleban, Great Aunt Genendall (Wasserman) Kleban, Rose Kleban, Zalman (Sam) Kleban, Tseril Marcus, Great Aunt Rose Cleban, Morris Cleban 3rd Row: Uncle Ben (Benny) Kottler, Uncle Hymie Zeidenstein, Bronsie (Caplan) Zeidenstein, Uncle Joseph Gerber, Abe Gerber, Rose Gerber, Pearl (Perlman) Caplan, Uncle Sam
Sarah Kleban Caplan and Morris Moishe Yitchak Caplan were Aaron Caplan’s parents. They were born in Russia in the 1860’s, approximately, and died in America in the 1930’s, approximately. They are buried in the Adath Jeshurun cemetery in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA.