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Family of Adolph "Abraham" "Abe" ASCHER and Berneice

Husband: Adolph "Abraham" "Abe" ASCHER (1875-1941)
Wife: Berneice (c. 1892- )
Children: Anna B. ASCHER (c. 1911-1971)
Marriage c. 1910

Husband: Adolph "Abraham" "Abe" ASCHER

Name: Adolph "Abraham" "Abe" ASCHER
Sex: Male
Father: Simon Abraham ASCHER (1841-1914)
Mother: Bertha LEWYN (1839-1913)
Birth 1875 Michigan
Death 1941 (age 65-66)
Burial Detroit, Wayne County, MI

Wife: Berneice

Name: Berneice
Sex: Female
Father: -
Mother: -
Birth c. 1892 Ohio
Death

Child 1: Anna B. ASCHER

Name: Anna B. ASCHER
Sex: Female
Spouse: Norman BURSTER ( - )
Birth c. 1911 Ohio
Death 1971 (age 59-60) Texas

Note on Husband: Adolph "Abraham" "Abe" ASCHER

Abe lived with his parents until after 1910. In 1900 he worked in a

tannery. In 1910 he was a salesman of suits and cloaks. By 1920 he

was retired and living at 164 Melbourne Ave. with his wife, Berneice,

and their daughter, Anna. They owned the house fully with no

mortgage. At some point, Abe ran a saloon in Detroit on Hastings

Street. He went into real estate with Sol and developed Ascher Beach

in Port Clinton, Ohio. He also was in politics and helped elect

Governor Grosbeck. Grosbeck in turn gave Abe a job as oil inspector,

and Abe got a state car to use.

Harry Ascher remembered visiting Abe and Berneice in "the house on

Montcalm," so maybe Abe continued to live there for a while after his

parents passed away or moved out.