Papier, Emily

1D1 - Emily Papier 1 1D1 - Emily Papier 2  
Plot Location 1D1
Surname Papier
Given Name(s) Emily
Place of Birth Constantinople
Date of Birth (Eng) August 19, 1883
Date of Birth (Heb)  
Date of Death (Eng) February 14, 1906
Date of Death (Heb) 19 Shevat 5666
Age at Death 22
Hebrew Name חי לאה בת יאנתי
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Father’s Name Pinchas Moses Papier (1G3)
Mother’s Name Annetta Papier
Other Surnames  
Sex F
Marital Status S
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Inscription (Eng) SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF
EMILY
THE DEARLY BELOVED DAUGHTER OF
ANNETTA PAPIER
BORN AT CONSTANTINOPLE 19TH. AUGUST 1883
DIED 14TH. FEBRUARY 1906.

MAY HER SOUL REST IN PEACE.

Inscription (Heb) פה נטמן הצנועה הבתולה ה״מ חי לאה בת יאנתי נ״ע נפטרת י״ט שבט הת״רסו בת שנים ועשרים שנה׃ תנצ״בה
Inscription (Other) “93” on bottom
Historical According to the Carl Smith archives, she died at 16 Morrison Hill Road.

In the 1904 edition of “The Directory and Chronicle for China, Japan, etc.”, Annetta Papier is listed as the licensee of the Colonial Hotel, located at 1 Jubilee Street.

She is buried next to Many Mayer (1D2), who died six weeks after her. Many’s father, Bernard Mayer, held the liquor license for the Colonial Hotel at the time.

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