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Sarah (Auerhaan) Greenberg (1867 - 1937)

Sarah Greenberg formerly Auerhaan aka Aarons
Born in Spitalfields Old Artillery Ground, London, Englandmap
Ancestors ancestors
Wife of — married 7 Aug 1889 in Spitalfields, London, England, United Kingdommap
Descendants descendants
Died at about age 70 in Malvern East, Victoria, Australiamap
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Sarah (Auerhaan) Greenberg was born in Middlesex, England.
Dutch Descendants
Sarah (Auerhaan) Greenberg has Dutch Ancestry
Sarah (Auerhaan) Greenberg has Jewish Roots.
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Sarah (Auerhaan) Greenberg migrated from England to Australia.
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Sarah was born in 1867. Daughter of Menka Juda Auerhaan and Louisa Elizabeth Bernstein

On 3 April 1881 the Arrons family lived at 34 Hanbury St, Spitalfields, London, England. Dutch born parents, Emanuel Aarons (44) Slipper Lewer, wife Louisa Aarons (34) with children Sarah Aarons (14) Apprentice Needleworker, Kate Aarons (7), Isaac Aarons (4) & Judah Aarons (2). [1]

Abraham Greenberg married Sarah Auerhaan (Aarons) on 7 August 1889 at Spitalfields Old Artillery Ground, London, England. [2]

Children, all born in England

Henry Harry Greenberg (1890–1943)
Lilian Greenberg Rothberg (1894–1976)
Isaac Albert Bert Greenberg (1896–1942)

On 5 April 1891 the Greenberg family lived in Shoreditch, London, England.[3] Abraham Greenberg (26) Bamboo worker, wife Sarah Greenberg (22) and son Henry Greenberg (10/12).

On 31 March 1901 the Greenberg family lived in Stoke Newington, London, England. [4] Alfred Greenberg (36) Cigar maker with wife Sarah Greenberg (32) and children Henry Greenberg (10), Lilian Greenberg (7) and Albert Greenberg (5).

In 1906, Alfred Greenberg (41) Traveller, wife Sarah (38) with daughter Lilly (11) & son Albert (10) travelled on board SS Oruba from London England. They arrived in Melbourne, Australia on 31 October 1906. [5]

In 1914 the Greenberg family lived at 62 Bridge Rd, Richmond, Victoria, Australia. [6] Alfred Greenberg (Boot dealer) and Sarah Greenberg (Home duties) with son Henry Greenberg (Traveller)

In 1919 Alfred Greenberg (Boot dealer) & Sarah Greenberg (Home duties) lived at 193 Rathmines Rd, Auburn, Kooyong, Victoria [7] with their son Henry Greenberg (Boot dealer) and his wife Miriam.

She passed away in 1937. [8]

Funeral Notice 13 May 1937 [9]

GREENBERG.—The Friends of the late Mrs.SARAH GREENBERG are respectfully invited to follow her remains to the Melbourne Crematorium, Fawkner. The funeral is appointed to move from Alfred Allison's private parlours, 488 William street (near Victoria street), Melbourne West, THIS DAY (Thursday, May 13) at 2 o'clock.

Probate granted on 12 July 1937. [10]

Sarah Greenberg, late of Finch Street, East Malvern, widow, left £5049 personally mainly to her children


  1. 1881 England Census
  2. England & Wales, FreeBMD Marriage Index; Volume: 1c; Page: 399
  3. 1891 England Census
  4. 1901 England Census - Grunberg
  5. Victoria, Australia, Assisted and Unassisted Passenger Lists, 1839-1923
  6. Australian Electoral Rolls, 1914
  7. Australian Electoral Rolls, 1919
  8. Australia Death Index; Father's Name: Emanuel Auerhan; Mother's Name: Elzbth Bernstrin; Registration Year: 1937; Registration Place: Victoria; Registration Number: 3779
  9. The Argus (Melbourne) Thursday 13 May 1937 p 25 Family Notices
  10. Victoria, Australia, Wills and Probate Records, 1841-2009
  • Ancestry Family Trees

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