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Weinstein Genealogy & History

Weinstein is a German surname, traditionally carried by Jews, from the Middle German wein, meaning wine, and stein, meaning stone. Wine-stone refers to potassium bitartrate crystals, used for fermenting grape juice; why people took it as a last name is unknown, but it seems reasonable to suppose that it originated as an occupational nickname for vintners. Weinstein family history comes to the New World with Henry Weinstein, who traveled to Allegheny or Allegany County, Pennsylvania, in 1636. Some well-known members of Weinstein genealogy are Lieutenant General and intelligence officer Sidney Weinstein; electoral advisor, archivist, and professor Allen Weinstein; and prominent district court judge and professor Jack Weinstein.

Weinstein Birth Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
Aaron Weinstein-- --, 1898May ,1981MA
Babetta Weinstein-- --, 1912June ,1976MO
Calvin Weinstein-- --, 1919April 24,2007IL
Dahlia Weinstein-- --, 1941June 20,2006NY

Weinstein Death Records

NameBirth DateDeath DateLocation
Earl Weinstein-- --, 1925November 13,2006Pittsburgh,PA
Fae Weinstein-- --, 1901September 5,1987New York,NY
Gabriel Weinstein-- --, 1903June 11,1989Flushing,NY
Hadassa Weinstein-- --, 1906August ,1974Rockaway Park,NY

Weinstein Marriage Records

NameSpouseMarriage DateLocation
Adam WeinsteinJacqueline MarlettJuly 9,2005Wake, NC
Barry WeinsteinBetina RothsteinMay 18,1969Wake, NC
Edward WeinsteinRaedeanne ClarkJune 1,2001Bexar, TX
Fred WeinsteinAnnette BrombergJanuary 15,1983Wake, NC

Most Common Surnames After Weinstein

1362nd: Boswell1363rd: Urban
1364th: Brandon1365th: Dick
1366th: Harden1367th: Sheldon
1368th: Cummins1369th: Waddell
1370th: Bassett1371st: Christiansen

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