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GOLDBERG GROUP PHOTOS PAGE 10

 

 

CHAIM TEMPELCHOF, MILLIE WOOLFSON AND FAMILY

 

 

 

Photo 01-10-01

 

 

Hymie Templehoff (nÚ Chaim Tempelchof) and Millie Woolfson on their wedding day

 

London, 1908

 

Chaim was born in Konstantynow Lodzki in 1881, though his parents moved  to Lodz shortly afterwards. He and his siblings came to London in the first few years of the 20th century. He died there in 1966. Millie is believed to have

been born in Vitebsk, and also came to London around the same time as Chaim. She died there in 1961.

 

Photo donated by Lynda Temple

 

 

 

Photo 01-10-02

 

 

Hymie Templehoff (nÚ Chaim Tempelchof), seated, far left

 

Russia or Manchuria, c.1905

 

This official Russian Army photograph is believed to be associated with the Battle of Mukden (1905), which was the last major land battle of the Russo-Japanese War. A concise and informative article about the battle can be read at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Mukden. Chaim was one of approximately 40,000 Russian troops taken prisoner by the victorious Japanese. He and those in his camp were treated well during their confinement, and awoke one morning to find the prison camp deserted, the guards having vanished. They walked free, literally!

 

It is believed that Chaim had already moved to London, but returned to Russia to fight in the Russo-Japanese conflict, although this has yet to be confirmed. It is not known which regiment of the Russian Army Chaim was attached to, what medal he and his friends are displaying in this photo or why they received it.

 

Photo donated by Lynda Temple

 

 

 

Photo 01-10-03

 

 

Hymie Templehoff (nÚ Chaim Tempelchof)

 

London, c.1930

 

Chaim was born in Konstantynow Lodzki in 1881 and died in London in 1966.

 

Photo donated by Lynda Temple

 

 

 

Photo 01-10-04

 

 

Barnet Templehoff (aka Barney Temple)

 

London, c.1911

 

Barney was born in London in 1909 and died there in 2001.

 

Photo donated by Lynda Temple

 

 

 

Photo 01-10-05

 

 

Israel Templehoff (aka Jack Temple, left) and his brother, Barnet (aka Barney)

 

London, c.1912

 

Jack was born in London in 1911 and died there in 1992.

Barney was born in London in 1909 and died there in 2001.

 

Photo donated by Lynda Temple

 

 

 

Photo 01-10-06

 

 

 

Photo 01-10-07

 

Barnet Templehoff (aka Barney Temple) class photo

 

London, c.1922

 

Barney was born in London in 1909 and died there in 2001.

 

Harry Temple class photo

 

London, c.1926

 

Harry was born in London in 1916 and died there in 2006.

Photos donated by Lynda Temple

 

 

 

Photo 01-10-08

 

 

Nat Temple as a teenager

 

London, c.1928

 

Read about Nat's career as a musician

 

Photo donated by Lynda Temple

 

 

 

Photo 01-10-09

 

 

Nat Temple and Freda Smith on their wedding day

 

London, 6 December 1942

 

Read about Nat's career as a musician

 

Photo donated by Lynda Temple

 

 

 

Photo 01-10-10

 

 

 (back row left to right)

 

(unknown)

(unknown)

(unknown)

(middle row left to right)

 

(unknown)

Kaye (nÚ Kiwa) Goldberg

Harry Roy

(unknown)

Nat Temple (nÚ Nathan Tempelhoff)

Leon Schupak (nÚ Zezupak)

Jack Temple (nÚ Israel Tempelhoff)

Barney Temple (nÚ Barnet Tempelhoff)

 

(front row left to right)

 

Harry Temple (nÚ Tempelhoff)

(unknown)

Taken in London on the occasion of Nat Temple's wedding, 6 December 1942

 

Photo donated by Lynda Temple

 

 

 

Photo 01-10-11

 

 

Nat Temple, musician and entertainer

 

c.1960s

 

Read about Nat's career as a musician

 

Photo donated by Lynda Temple

 

 

 

Photo 01-10-12

 

 

Harry Temple in RAF uniform with an unidentified child (not any of his nieces)

 

c. early 1940s

 

Photo donated by Lynda Temple

 

 

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