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Kopel "Carl" "Karl" Lefkin
Birth: Mar., 1865, Russia
Death: Sep. 19, 1924
Queens County
New York, USA

Koppel "Carl" "Karl" Lefker was born March 1865 in Russia.
His parents were Benjamin "Ben" Lefker and Rina Sarver.
The usual spelling of his last name is Lefker. However, variations include Lefkin, Lefka, Lefke, Lefky, etc.
And in the USA he used "Carl" and "Karl" as his first name.
"Koppel" is sometimes spelled "Kopel" and "Kopil."

He arrived to the USA between 1880-1885.

By 1891 Koppel married Dina Goldberg (18681895). They had two children: Sadie and Max.
Per Sadie's 1891 birth certificate, Koppel is a Capmaker.
Dina passed away in 1895 due to complications of pregnancy (per her death certificate).

Koppel married Sara Goldstein (18781932) on March 26, 1896 in New York City.
Lefke Kopil Mar 26 1896 Manhattan 5288 L120 . Goldstein Sarah Mar 26 1896 5288 Manhattan G432

The family continued to reside in New York.
Koppel and Sara had four children: Harry, Etta, Jacob and Samuel.

On September 19, 1924, Koppel passed away at Montefiore Hospital, 111 East 210th St., Bronx, New York City, New York, USA, per his death certificate:
Lefker Carl 57 y Sep 19 1924 NYC Cert. # 5943 Bronx L126
Family links: 
  Dina Goldberg Lifki (1868 - 1895)*
  Sarah Goldstein Lefkin (1878 - 1932)*
  Etta "Yetta" "Henrietta" Lefker Weinstein (1898 - 1971)*
*Calculated relationship
Mount Carmel Cemetery
Queens County
New York, USA
Created by: Cherie J.
Record added: Apr 15, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 68419441
Kopel Carl Karl Lefkin
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- Cherie J.
 Added: Apr. 21, 2011

- Cherie J.
 Added: Apr. 21, 2011
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