|Given Name(s)||Michael Boris (Michal Boris, according to CK list)|
|Place of Birth||Radom, Poland|
|Date of Birth (Eng)||circa 1869|
|Date of Birth (Heb)|
|Date of Death (Eng)||October 28, 1935|
|Date of Death (Heb)|
|Age at Death||66|
|Spouse’s Name||Nadine Segal|
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|Inscription (Eng)||TO THE|
MICHAEL BORIS EICHENBAUM
DIED 28TH OCTOBER 1935
AGED 66 YEARS
|Inscription (Other)||“B.J. & Co. 159” on bottom front|
|Historical||He was a tobacconist.|
He had four daughters. The first, named Maria (b. November 6, 1897, Irkutsk; d. April 13, 1988, Honolulu), married Frank Bernard Baldwin in the Union Church (Presbyterian) in Shanghai on September 16, 1922. Frank was a physician (major rank) in the US army. The couple is buried in the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific, in Honolulu. The second daughter, Anna (b. February 17, 1904, Warsaw; d. February 17, 2002, Los Angeles), married Joseph George Vantchurin also in Shanghai on November 22, 1922. They later divorced and she moved to Beverly Hills, CA with their two daughters, Diana Geraldine and Nadine Sylvia, after the war. Joseph was a banker. The third, Alexandra (b. c. 1905, Warsaw; d. 1963, Los Angeles), was married to William Ernst Haarmann. The fourth, Lucille (Lucy) Dianna (b. August 26, 1914, Warsaw; d. May 1992, Poole), was a teacher. She married Albert Victor Currie, who was a government chartered surveyor.
Lucille is mentioned in Jean Gittins’ memoir, “Stanley: Behind Barbed Wire” (page 163).
A Boris Mikhailovich Eikhenbaum (1886–1959) was a Russian and Soviet literary scholar and historian of Russian literature. He was the grandson of Jewish mathematician and poet Jacob Eichenbaum. Was he a cousin?
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