Item 211_spanish_flu_016 - Spanish flu, "Death certificate of Maurice Price"

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Spanish flu, "Death certificate of Maurice Price"

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211_spanish_flu_016

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  • 1877 -1918 (Creation)
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Photograph of the death certificate of Maurice Price (1877 -1918) a baker in Kimberley who died from influenza. He was survived by his wife Rebecca Price (nee Goldstein) and 4 minor sons, David aged 7, Bernard aged 6 , Jack aged 5 and Norman aged 3. His brother Samuel Price also died during the Spanish Flu epidemic. Both brothers are buried in the Stead Street Cemetery, Kimberley. Source: South African Archives.

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Donated by Naomi Rapeport

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Unless otherwise stated the copyright of all material on the Jewish Digital Archive Project resides with the South African Jewish Museum.

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