On August 23, 1907 the infant son of Emil and Lillian Hain Korach died and was buried in the Skagway Gold Rush cemetery. He must have been a twin because his brother, Edward, moved to Los Angeles and died in 1967 at the age of 60 according to the California death index.
A website called drygoodsandwetgoods.com talks about their family. Emil was born in Hungary and ran the Bloom and Korach store in Skagway around 1905. The website says that they moved to Akron Ohio where they passed away. A rootsweb posting also said they were Jewish, but oddly, the headboard in Skagway has a cross on it. Perhaps some well-meaning Skagwegian decided to Christianize the Korach baby in a subsequent remaking of the headboard.
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Hi I’m Looking for a picture of the 4th of July 1967, i was in the parade on a bicycle . My mom had some B/W photos , but when she passed away i cant find them i wounder if you can help ..Thanks so much Don Owen…….
Hi Don, sorry I don’t have any photos, you can check with the museum as they purchased many of the Dedman photographs and by now should have an itemized list of those since it has been a couple of years since they got those. Does this have anything to do with the Korach family?