son of David
(c.1715-1787), married Sara
(1735), daughter of Mortge, and had at least two sons: Moses (1768) and
Juda died in Gersfeld
in 1818 followed by Sara in 1825. In 1817, when the Jews of Gersfeld
adopted family surnames, Moses took the name ROßKOPF (ROSSKOPF) and
Salamon the name WEINBERG.
Moses ROSSKOPF, a
dealer, married Schönle
"Jeanetta" OPPENHEIM (1777) from Niederaula,
daughter of Jeisel and Friedericke,
and had children: David (1799),
Regina (1804), Joseph (1808), Kalman (1811), Isaak (1813),
Fratel (1816), Feil (1819), and Juda
(1821). Moses died in
Gersfeld in 1822 followed by Schönle in 1859.
ROSSKOPF married Jentle GOTTGETREU
daughter of Judla and Hannla, in Gersfeld in 1848 and
had children: Regine (1845), Hanna (1849), and Sara
(1852). Joseph died in Gersfeld in 1892, followed by Jentle in
Hanna ROSSKOPF died as an infant in Gersfeld in 1849.
Sara ROSSKOPF married Ludwig LEWISOHN from Potsdam, son
of Abraham and Frederika nee LOEWENTHAL, in Fulda in 1894.
"Charles (or Karl) ROSKOPH" immigrated to the United States in 1839.
That same year, he married
daughter of Judla and Hannla, in Cleveland,
Ohio, and had
children: Sarah (1841), Moses (1843), Isadore (1845),
Julius (1847), Amelia (1849), and Joseph (1855). Charles worked as a
butcher, grocer, and cattle dealer, and died in Cleveland in 1873.
ROSKOPH, the first Jewish girl born in Cleveland,
son of Moises and Esther nee BREIDENBACH,
Cleveland in 1857 and had children: Samuel Herbert (1860),
(1862), Stella (1864), Julius M. (1865), Emanuel (1869), and Amelia
(1871). Sarah died in 1874.
butcher, married Fannie MANNHEIMER and had children:
Karl (1880) and Sylas (1882). He died in Cleveland in 1906.
Karl ROSKOPH, a barber, married Sadie FRIEDMAN from
of Isidore and Jenny nee GLEICHMAN, in Cleveland in 1901, and had
children: Fannie (1904), Silas Joseph (1904), Myrtle (1907), Moses
(1908), Howard Myron (1911), and Jane (1922). Karl died in 1943.
Fannie ROSKOPH married Joseph AZZOLINA from Italy,
son of Joseph, in
Michigan in 1924 and died in 1959.
Silas Joseph ROSKOPH, a driver, was first married
daughter of Walter and Mabel nee CREW, in Cleveland in 1924. After a
divorce, Silas married Marie BERGANSKI, daughter of Joseph and Mary nee
McCARTHY, and died in 1960.
Myrtle ROSKOPH married Edward PAWLAK from
son of Thomas and
Antonina, in Cleveland in 1925 and died in Cleveland in 1970.
Moses ROSKOPH married Pauline Victoria FRITZ from
daughter of Michael and Pauline nee FOGELSINGER, and died in Cleveland
Howard Myron ROSKOPH married Wilma Pauline POTOSKI
daughter of John and Mary nee MISHANKO, and died in 1977.
Jane ROSKOPH married George GONDA from Youngstown,
son of Samuel and
Sophia nee SZEGEDI, and died in Cleveland in 1988.
Sylas ROSKOPH died as an infant in 1882.
ROSKOPH, an attorney, married Mary and had at least
Pauline. He moved to New York in 1885 and died in
Manhattan in 1915.
ROSKOPH, a butcher, married Hannah MYERS, daughter of Jacob and Rose
nee BLOCK from Germany, in Cleveland in 1871 and
had children: Moses J. (1872), Charles C. (1873),
Samuel S. (1875), William Hannah (1877), Sadie Celia (1880), Oscar
Julius (1882), Amy (1887), and Mabel C. (1893). Julius died in 1919.
Moses J. ROSKOPH married Ray TURK, daughter of
KOSITCHEK, in Cleveland in 1901, had one son Leon M. (1904), and died
in Chicago, Illinois, in 1906.
Leon M. ROSKOPH married Elmira KOWIT, daughter of
and Rose nee
KLEINMAN, in Cleveland in 1930 and died in Beachwood, Ohio, in 1998.
Charles C. ROSKOPH married Phoebe SABLODOWSKY,
Louis and Lena,
had no children, and died in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, in 1937.
Samuel S. ROSKOPH married Bessie E. NORRIS from
George and Sarah Ann, in 1908, had one son Milton Norris (1908), and
died in Cleveland in 1948.
Milton Norris ROSKOPH married Jean DUBLON from
daughter of Markus and Rosa nee GOLDSCHMIDT, in Ohio in 1938.
William Hannah ROSKOPH married Rose FEINSTEIN from
daughter of Wolf
and Ida from Russia, in 1910, had one daughter Retta A. (1913), and
died in Los Angeles, California, in 1947.
Retta A. ROSKOPH married Jack TENNER, son of
Anna nee BLUM,
and died in Los Angeles, California, in 1985.
Sadie Celia ROSKOPH married Henry S. GOLDBURG, son of
and Julia nee
MOSKOWITZ, in Cleveland in 1907, had no children, and died in Cleveland
Oscar Julius ROSKOPH married Birdie STRAUSS around
one son Morton
(1912) born in Colorado, and died in Chicago in 1942.
Morton ROSKOPH married Alice PLAUT, daughter of
Seymour, in Chicago in
Amy ROSKOPH died as an infant.
Mabel C. ROSKOPH married Edward FLAVIEN, a physician
Indiana, and son of William and Emma nee BOWERS, in Cleveland in 1926,
and died in Lakewood, Ohio, in 1970.
ROSKOPH, the third Jewish girl born in
married Aaron SCHWAB in 1870, had one daughter Mamie (1872), and died
ROSKOPH, a butcher, married Rosa WEINBERG from
daughter of Meyer and Rebecca nee ADLER, in Cleveland in
1884 and had children: Sadie (1885) and Clarence Myer (1887). He
died in 1900.
Sadie ROSKOPH married Samuel S. GOLDBURG, son of
Sigmund and Julia nee
MOSKOWITZ, in Cleveland in 1905, had children: Jerome Aaron
and Elmoe R. (1913), and died in 1978.
Clarence Myer ROSKOPH, a merchant, married Rose
daughter of Herman
and Sarah nee FUCHS, in Cleveland in 1911 and had children:
Jane Alice (1912), Suzette Irene (1915), Robert Sanford (1917), and
Ralph Sidney (1924). Clarence died in 1974.
Jane Alice ROSKOPH married Robert Lincoln LEWIS,
Philip and Minnie nee
SCHOTT, in Cleveland in 1933 and died in 1997.
Irene ROSKOPH married Wilbur Adrian STEUER, son of David and Emma nee
KRAUS, in Cleveland in 1939. She later married Manuel GERDY and died in
Sanford ROSKOPH married Margie BERNSTEEN, daughter of Max and Mabel nee
FISHEL, in Cleveland in 1941 and died in South Carolina in 1995.
Ralph Sidney ROSKOPH married Adeline TESLER,
daughter of Frank and Ethel nee MARKOWITZ, in Cleveland in 1949 and
died in 1969.
immigrated to the United States and married Gerson STRAUS
in Cleveland in 1841. They had children: Sarah (1844), Abraham (1846),
Julius (1848), and Amelia (1849). Fanny and Gerson moved
to Greenville, Mississippi, to live with their daughter Amelia
1888 and died there in 1893 and 1897, respectively.
ROSSKOPF married Juda WECHSLER,
son of Moses and Reichel,
in Gersfeld in 1852, and had children: Sara
Frumet (1855), Fradel (1857), Eva (1859), and Moses (1866).
Veil died in 1868.
Juda ROSSKOPF was a merchant who conducted trade in