|Marriage License announcement|
Father: Morris Chirlin (or Cherlin)
Mother: Ida Leventhal Chirlin (or Cherlin)
Spouse: Edith (Ida) Farbman Cherlin
Born in Manhattan, April 8, 1907 (SS application)
or April 6 according to Social
Living in Brooklyn at 597 Amboy St. in 1940, with mother at 594.
Died in West Palm Beach, FL in May, 1976.
Listed as Samuel Cherlin by Social Security Death Index, and in the 1940 U.S. Census.
Married in Brooklyn, Jan. 5, 1930.
Name given as Sam
Source: NYC Grooms Index Wife's name listed as Ida in the announcement of the marriage license. (Brooklyn NY Union Standard). (via Stew Cherlin)
Samuel's brother Charles applied for his social security number two weeks after Samuel, and used the spelling "Cherlin" on his form. At immigration, Ida and Isidor used "Cirlin"
"Chirlin" is the spelling used by the Druje line in the U.S. as well. According to Paul Chirlin, that is an unrelated line.
SS-5 from a collection by Gregory Cherlin. For information on Samuel's wife and descendants we rely on a family tree put together by Stanley Blum and Louise Ann Cotner, discovered by Stew Cherlin on genealogy.com.
From the 1910 census:
March 1, 1940?
April 1, 1935
|At work (non-emergency)?
|WPA etc.?March 24-30||Seeking work?||Job, business?||Housework, School, Unable, Other?||Hours worked
March 24-30, 1940
to March 30, 1940
Census Data: Stew Cherlin
Family tree given by Stanley Blum and Ann Cotner, communicated to us by Stew Cherlin, 2000
Further information from Sam Haimm, 2017 Stew Cherlin