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Assafrey family
My great-grandfather, Alexander Thomas Assafrey, born in Talinn, Estonia in 1845, emigrated to Glasgow, Scotland where he married Rachel Torrance Atkins in 1871 and had 6 daughters: Hilda (married Frank Bamford), Olga (died in infancy), Selma (married John Cowans) , Ruby (married Willi Hartl, then Fielding Herbert Nalder), Vera (married Watson Rodger) and Alma (engaged to Alexander J. Musgrove, drowned in wreck of Empress of Ireland). A master confectioner, A.T. Assafrey opened Scotland's first chocolate factory and also had several successful lunch rooms. I have further information about the family but there are many things I do not know, and so I would like to contact anyone else who is researching the Assafreys.

Post Revised: 2008, Member logged in: 2021
Glasgow, Lanarkshire


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