Samuel Levi Goldenberg (Death Certificate)

AMERICAN FOREIGN SERVICE REPORT
OF THE DEATH OF AN AMERICAN CITIZEN
NICE, FRANCE
OCTOBER 15, 1936

NAME IN FULL: Samuel L. Goldenberg
AGE: 72 Years
NATIVE: Born at New York, New York
on September 8, 1864
DATE OF DEATH: October 11, 1936 at
12:30 P.M.
PLACE OF DEATH: Villa d'Auvare Avenue Michel
de Cimiez Nice, France
CAUSE OF DEATH: Certified by Dr. Auzias,
of 9 Avenue Malaussena,
Nice, to have been heart
failure.
DISPOSITION: Buried in Cimiez Cemetery,
Nice, in grave No. 18385
LOCAL LAW AS TO
DISINTERRING REMAINS:
By Federal decree of Mar.
15, 1928, remains of
persons dying from certain
contagious diseases cannot
be disinterred until after
three years and all other
remains after one year.
DISPOSITION OF EFFECTS: In the hands of Mr. John B.
Robinson, principal partner
of Coudert Freres, 52 Ave.
des Champs Elysee, Paris,
named as executor in Will.
ACCOMPANIED BY RELATIVES OR
FRIENDS AS FOLLOWS:
Mr. Francois del Pellegrino
Villa d'Auvare Avenue Michel
de Cimiez Nice, France
RELATIONSHIP: Secretary
ADRRESS OF RELATIVES: Mrs. Helen Chaims Hotel Mark
Hopkins San Francisco, California
RELATIONSHIP: Sister
NOTIFICATION SENT TO: Mrs. Helen Chaims by Mr. del
Pellegrino by telegraph on
October 11, 1936
REMARKS: Bearer of Service Passport No. 803
issued at Nice, France, on May 1,
1933; passport canceled and given
to Mr. John B. Robinson's
representative, Mr. Barraud.
Paul C. Squire Consul of the United
States of America

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