This page treats the Leach Genealogy of Bridgewater, Massachusetts, starting with Lawrence Leach, the immigrant ancestor, and descending to the James Cushing Leach family of Bridgewater, Mass.
Grossman, Albert; merchant; born, Bacska, Hungary, July 20, 1867; son of William and Celia (Kestenbaum) Grossman; attended school in Ungvar, Hungary, up to age of 15; immigrated to this country, and came direct to Cleveland, attended public school for one year, and business college for six months, taking up stenography, married, Cleveland, Oct. 25, 1898, Helen Drechsler; issue, one son and two daughter; upon arrival in 1872, worked at odd jobs for two years; then was for two years in the press and mailing room of the Cleveland Leader; April, 1886, went to work for Runyon, Stubbs & Mack, iron
Grossman, Isador; lawyer; born, St. Ivan, Hungary, July 13, 1880; son of Jacob and Louisa (Farkasch) Grossman; Cleveland public schools, Central High School, Harvard College, A. B., 1902, Harvard Law School, LL. B., 1904; married, St. Louis, Mo., January 9, 1911, Adele Seasongood; one son, James Grossman, born, April 8, 1912; associated with Judge A. W. Lamson, 1904-1906; formed law partnership with Henry B. Howells, 1906, still continuing; attorney for Legal Aid Society, 1906-1911; member firm Howells and Grossman; sec’y and director The Chandler Motor Car Co.; director The Grossman Drug Co.; director The Merit Pharmacal Co.; director The Cragin
Enterprise, Wallowa County, Oregon The oldest boy of Mr. and Mrs. John Lyons died today of diphtheria. Some of the other children are dangerously sick. Enterprise Record Chieftain, Wallowa County, Oregon, August 24, 1911 Contributed by Charlotte Carper