|Place of Birth||Constantinople|
|Date of Birth (Eng)||September 1, 1880|
|Date of Birth (Heb)|
|Date of Death (Eng)||July 2, 1951|
|Date of Death (Heb)||25 Sivan 5711|
|Age at Death||70|
|Spouse’s Name||Albert Weill (4B7)|
|Father’s Name||Joseph Haiem Donnenberg (4B8)|
|Title (e.g., Dr)|
|Religious Status (כ/ל/י)|
|Cause of Death|
|Other Family Data||Children: Sophie Rachel Odell (4B2), Susannah “Susie” Potts (b. October 18, 1904; d. June 1968, Norfolk, England), Leon Weill (4B6), and Maurice Weill (b. September 16, 1908; d. March 30, 1944, Shamshuipo POW Camp). Brother: Samuel Dunn (4B5). Aunt: Elise Lyons (2E14).|
|Inscription (Eng)||IN LOVING MEMORY OF|
OUR DARLING MOTHER
BORN 1ST SEPTEMBER 1880
DIED 2ND JULY 1951
“FOREVER IN OUR HEARTS”
|Inscription (Heb)||פה מצאה מנוח ה״מ מרת רוזה אשת המ אברהם יעקב ויל נ״ע נלב״עת כ״ח סיון התשיא והיו ימיה שבעים שנה תנצ״בה|
|Historical||Rosie Weill laid the cornerstone for the 2nd Jewish Recreation Club, built after WWII.|
At the time of Sophie’s birth (1900), the family was living at 67 Wyndham Street. At the time of Susannah’s birth (1904), they were living at 11 Seymour Road. At the time of Maurice’s birth (1908), they were living at 13 Seymour Road. In 1912, they were reported to be living at Elliott Crescent, 27 Robinson Road.
Alberose, Nos. 132A & 132B Pokfulam Road, Pokfulam, was a residence of the Weill’s family. Built in 1926, it was owned by Rosie Weill who was the Senate Fearers [sic] (Sennet Frères) of the Hong Kong Hotel Buildings. The building is named after Rosie and her husband, Albert Weill. Mrs. Weill passed away in 1952 and the Alberose’s ownership was transferred to the University of Hong Kong in 1955. The building served as staff quarters of the University until now. (Source: Wikipedia)
Susie married Alexander Hutton Potts in December 1928.
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