|Place of Birth||Chemulpo, Korea|
|Date of Birth (Eng)||February 6, 1890|
|Date of Birth (Heb)||7 Adar 5651|
|Date of Death (Eng)||October 28, 1890|
|Date of Death (Heb)||3 Cheshvan 5652|
|Age at Death||8 months and 22 days|
|Hebrew Name||ברכה בת שרה|
|Father’s Name||Carl Herzberg|
|Mother’s Name||Sarah Herzberg née Kam(m)erling|
|Title (e.g., Dr)|
|Religious Status (כ/ל/י)|
|Cause of Death|
|Other Family Data||She had one brother, August Herzberg (b. August 3, 1885, Yokohama; d. February 17, 1947, SF). Three sisters, Mary Herzberg Staber (September 22, 1891, HK; d. March 9, 1956, Connecticut), Minna Herzberg Nantz (b. April 14, 1898, Shanghai; d. March 2, 1993, CA) and Anne Virginia Herzberg Hoffmann (b. March 29, 1901, Shanghai; d. April 13, 1977, CA), and a brother, Max Herzberg (b. May 3, 1905, Shanghai; d. December 13, 1983, SF), were born after she died.
August was married to Bertha Lazarevitch of Kherson, Russia. They married in Shanghai and had three children — Dorothea Wilhelmina “Dolly” (b. October 14, 1908, Shanghai; July 19, 2005, Cupertino, CA), Hans (b. March 20, 1910, Shanghai; October 6, 2009, SF) and Bernard (b. 1910, Shanghai; d. 1928, Shanghai). Dorothea married J. John Mokrejs of Cedar Rapids, Iowa at the American Consulate in Shanghai on June 5, 1937.
|Inscription (Eng)||IN MEMORY OF
BORN 6TH FEBRUARY 1890
AT CHEMULPO KOREA
DIED 28TH OCTOBER 1890
AGED 8 MONTHS AND 22 DAYS.
|Inscription (Heb)||פנ נקבר ילדה ברכה בת שרה הערשבערג שנלדה ז אדר תרנא ונפתרה ביום ג לירח חשיון- שנת תרנב תנצבה|
|Inscription (Other)||“39” on the side|
|Historical||Chemulpo was an international port city, 25 miles southwest of Seoul, where Incheon is now. A “C. Herzberg” (most likely her father) was the second machinist on the Korean steamer “Hai Riong” in 1889 and 1890. In 1904, he is listed in a Shanghai directory as working for Arnhold, Karberg & Co. out of Hankow.|
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