Family Card - Person Sheet
Family Card - Person Sheet
NameLewis Hyam HYMAN
Death18 Aug 1911, Eastbourne, England
*New [RELI]Jewish
FatherHyam HYMAN (1816-1860)
MotherJane COHEN (1816-1878)
Death4 Jun 1897, Tamworth NSW Australia
BurialRookwood, NSW Australia
*New [RELI]Jewish
FatherMontague LEVEY (1833-1884)
Marriage27 Aug 1879, Gt Synagogue, Sydney NSW Australia
ChildrenArthur Wellesley (1880-1947)
 Oscar Hyam (1881-)
 Vera (1885-1954)
 Eric Montague (1887-1962)
 Jack (1888-1891)
 Zillah Louise (1889-1976)
 Stella Irene (1892-)
 Gladys Fedora (1897-)
Notes for Lewis Hyam HYMAN
Judith Marlow's notes - He was a London merchant, and probate was granted in both England and Sydney. In the 1899 Postal directory he was listed as a business man, in Tamworth. In the 1903 electoral roll, L Hyman, Storekeeper. June 1892 - Mr L H Hyman JP is appointed a member of the Royal Commission in connection with the World's Fair, at Chicago. In Memories of the Past (Tamworth Observer) Tamworth Family Historian, Tamworth & District Family History Group Inc, May 1992. He was a life member of Tamworth Hospital.

He is mentioned on the memorial which is actually on the grave of Montague Levey (his father in law) reads - our father. Died Eastbourne England 18 Aug 1911 age 65. The Hebrew inscription for him is' A tombstone of love, to the memory of Yehuda son of Chaim. Died on the eve of the Holy Sabbath 24 Av 5672.'

From Terry Newman - Announcement of marriage in the Sydney Morning Herald of Sat Sep 6, 1879, p 1

HYMAN LEVEY August 27, at the Synagogue, Elizabeth- street, by the Rev A.B. Davis, assisted by the Rev A A Levi, Lewis h Hyman of Tamworth, eldest son of the late Mr Hyam Hyman, to Sarah, third daughter of Mr Montague Levey of this city.
Last Modified NewCreated 24 Jul 2023 by Jim Falk