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Family of Benjamin BITTAN and Esther LEVY

Husband: Benjamin BITTAN (1835-1867)
Wife: Esther LEVY (1838- )
Children: Rebecca BITTAN (1857- )
Benjamin BITTAN (1859-1917)
Phoebe BITTAN (1861- )
Samuel BITTAN (1865- )
Dinah BITTAN (1867-1909)
Marriage 10 Feb 1857 3 Cox's Square London under aus. BMS&PCon.

Husband: Benjamin BITTAN

Name: Benjamin BITTAN
Sex: Male
Father: Joshua BETAN (BITTAN) (1811-1869)
Mother: Phoebe MARTIN (NUNES MARTINEZ) (1815-1879)
Birth 11 Aug 1835 London Middlesex
Death 4 Feb 1867 (age 31) Whitechapel, London
22 Duke Street
Religion Jewish
Occupation General Dealer

Wife: Esther LEVY

Name: Esther LEVY
Sex: Female
Father: Samual LEVY ( - )
Mother: -
Birth 1838
Religion Jewish

Child 1: Rebecca BITTAN

Name: Rebecca BITTAN
Sex: Female
Birth 20 Feb 1857

Child 2: Benjamin BITTAN

Name: Benjamin BITTAN
Sex: Male
Spouse: Rose HEISER (1859-1931)
Birth 1859 Aldgate London
Occupation Tailors cutter
Religion Jewish
Death 15 Feb 1917 (age 57-58) Philadelphia Pennsylvania USA

Child 3: Phoebe BITTAN

Name: Phoebe BITTAN
Sex: Female
Spouse: Henry LYONS (1851- )
Birth 16 Oct 1861

Child 4: Samuel BITTAN

Name: Samuel BITTAN
Sex: Male
Birth 9 Oct 1865

Child 5: Dinah BITTAN

Name: Dinah BITTAN1
Sex: Female
Spouse: Aaron HART (1866-1929)
Birth 7 Mar 1867 Spitalfields London
36 Goulston Street
Death 24 Oct 1909 (age 42) London
Cause: Brights Disease
Address: 25 North Block, Stoney Lane
Burial 26 Oct 1909 Plashnet Cemetery
Section J Row 13 No.24

Note on Marriage

Address marriage 3 Cox's Square, Middlesex Street, Spitalfields, London

Note on Wife: Esther LEVY

1871 census living at 8 Paradise Place, Spitalfields.

Note on Child 2: Benjamin BITTAN - shared note

1871 census living at Bevis Marks Spanish and Portuguese Orphan School, St Katherine Cree, City of London, Benjamin Bittan was arrested in Port Said Ceylon on board the ship Nepaul bound for Australia with Abram Guites and Ms Pollock. Remanded in prison on the 23rd November 1886. At the Old Bailey, London on 28th February 1887 he was sent to prison with 18 months hard labour after a trial for Aiding and assisting ABRAHAM JOSEPH GUITES leaving England with intent to defraud his creditors.2

Note on Child 5: Dinah BITTAN

1871 census living with aunt and uncle Rachel & Richards Clements in Standon, Herts. Address at marriage 3 Wentworth Street.


1Tony Benson, "Dianah BITTAN descendants".
2"Proceedings of the Old Bailey 1674 - 1913".