|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|
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|Cause of Death|
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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 three 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. Joseph was a banker. The third, Lucille (Lucy) Diana (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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