- [??] Hasson -m. [??]
- *Baruch Hasson -m. *Mató Kamhi
Mató was a daughter of Rephael Kamhi.
This couple met and married in the US.
They had come to the US separately with their families in the wave of emigration of 1912ce, sparked by the Balkan War.
They had five children:
The family settled on Allen Street (103) in the Lower East Side of Manhattan, then moved to New Lots when Ralph was 12 years old.
- Sophie Hasson -m. Izzie Passo
- Jack Hasson -m. Gloria [??]
- Ralph (Raphael ben Baruch) Hasson -m (1) Sarah Alboher
Ralph was a contractor in ladies wear all his career.
In the 1970s his last business was in partnership with a Chinese woman, in a factory on Broome and Mott;
All their workers were Chinese women (about 70).
Ralph is named for his mother's father.
Sarah was a daughter of Bohor Alboher and Esther (neé Albaranes). Esther's brother was YomTov Albaranes.
Sarah was afflicted by the deadly form of lupus, passed away at the young age of 32.
- [daughter] Hasson
- [daughter] Hasson
- [ Ralph ] -m (2) Betty (BenYakar) Young
After the sudden passing of her first husband, Betty was encouraged by her friend Betty Nahmias to meet her friend's nephew, Ralph Hasson.
He had been widowed by the early passing of his first wife, and had two daughters.
Betty is a daughter of Bohora Yousha and David BenYakar.
According to them, it was love at first sight.
One day, on a hospital visit to her ill mother, Betty's mother told her to have a child.
- David Hasson -m. Nicole [??]
- Howard Hasson
- Alexandra Hasson
- Morgan Hasson
- Morris Hasson -m. Esther Sarfaty
- Betty Hasson -m. Arthur Ulan
- David Hasson
Morris was a son of Haham Bohor Haim Elias Cassorla and Vida.
[T] or Twins seem to "run in the family" for some branches.
Benita Meshulam performing Goyescas by Granados
Benita Meshulam performing Piano Music by Montsalvatge
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This section compiled July 2003ce from material provided by Betty Hasson.
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