|Moishe Kandel of Makhnovka, about 1904|
Moishe and Esther Malka had at least four daughters Pesa, Alte Sara, Chana and Beile. All four daughters married in Makhnovka, and had children there. Pesa, the oldest, was born about 1851, and died about 1877 in Makhnovka. She married Shalom Yosef Keyser in about 1870, and had twin boys, Aaron and Lieb in 1872. Aaron, who became Harry, came to the US in about 1904. Lieb, who became Louis, came to New York on June 19, 1904 aboard the SS Etruria from Rotterdam. They both came to Philadelphia and worked for their uncle, Philip Lieberman, Beile's husband, making men's pants.
Alte Sarah was born about 1860 and married Yehuda Lieb Apple in about 1879. They had four children, Samuel (Sholem, 1885), Harry Isaac (Aaron, 1890), Gertrude (Golde, 1899), and Dorothy (Dora, 1901). Lieb came to the US in about 1901 where he worked as a self employed poulterer or butcher. On October 2 1902, Samuel arrived in Quebec sailing from Liverpool aboard the SS Lake Champlain. He joined his father in Philadelphia, probably travelling on the Grand Trunk railroad through St Albans NY, the usual route of passengers arriving from Canada. On January 24, 1905, Sarah and the other three children arrived in Philadelphia aboard the SS Friesland from Liverpool to join their husband and father.
. Aron was a tailor and reported that he was going to his brother-in-law, Philip Lieberman in Philadelphia. Lillian came later, according to family lore, after her grandfather had died. Jossel became Joseph Goldenberg, and later, Joseph Bernard Gould. Chana became Anna or Annie. Anna and Aaron had three more children after they settled in the US, first in Philadelphia and then Wilmington, Del. Leopold and Philip were born soon after the couple arrived in the US, and a daughter, Esther Malka, was born in 1902. Aron died in 1937. Family lore says that Anna married again, to a man named Eisen, but I haven't found a record of it. She died March 25, 1945 and was buried under the name Anna Goldenberg.
The youngest sister Beile, or Bella, who married Philip Lieberman, I have treated before. Philip and Bella had a large family of six children which I will discuss in a later post. All four Kandel sisters, their husbands, some children, and other family are buried in Montefiore Cemetery in Jenkintown PA, in a section purchased by the Moishe Maknovker Benevolent Association, founded by them and named for Moishe Kandel of Maknovka.
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 Ancestry.com New York Passenger Lists 1820-1957 (Provo UT, Ancestry.com Operations Inc. 2010) Year: 1904; Arrival: New York, New York; Microfilm Serial: T715, 1897-1957; Microfilm Roll: Roll 0469; Line: 1; Page Number: 11. Record for Lerb Kunher.
 Ancestry.com. Border Crossings from Canada to the U.S. 1895-1956. (Ancestry.com Provo UT, USA. Ancestry.com Operations, Inc. 2010) National Archives and Records Administration; Washington, D.C.; Manifests of Passengers Arriving at St. Albans, VT, District through Canadian Pacific and Atlantic Ports, 1895-1954; National Archives Microfilm Publication: M1464; Record Group Title: Records of the Immigration and Naturalization Service. Record for Scholem Appel.
 Ancestry.com. Pennsylvania, Passenger and Crew Lists 1800-1963 (Provo, UT, USA. Ancestry.com Operations Inc. 2002) record for Alte Appel.
 Ancestry.com. New York, Passenger Lists 1820-1957 (Provo, UT, USA Ancestry.com Operations, Inc 2010) Year: 1901; Arrival: New York, New York; Microfilm Serial: T715, 1897-1957; Microfilm Roll: Roll 0167; Line: 22; Page Number: 23. Record for Fron Goldenberg
 Ancestry.com. 1910 United States Federal Census. (Provo Ut, Ancestry.com Operations Inc. 2006) Year: 1910; Census Place: Philadelphia Ward 1, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Roll: T624_1385; Page: 17A; Enumeration District: 0006; FHL microfilm: 1375398. Record for Aaron Goldenberg