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Henrietta Spagat Morris was born 1896 in Tarboro, North Carolina, the eldest of 3 known surviving children (2 boys/1 girl; another baby brother died in infancy in 1894). She was the paternal grandchild of Polish-Jewish immigrant,Jacob Kaufman (1845-1912) and his wife Henrietta Spaget; and the maternal grandchild of noted Jewish merchant & Mayor of Tarboro, NC, Henry Morris (1840-1897) and his wife, Sarah Lichtenstein (1851-1929).
Henrietta was raised in Tarboro, Raleigh, and Norfolk, VA and was one of the first women to ever work on Wall Street, where she was a secretary/analyst when she met Mr. Rosenstock. She also served in the U.S. Navy as one of eight women chief petty officers during World War I. She married Samuel H. Rosenstock in New York City in 1928, and eventually moved to Frederick, MD where her husband was owner of Thurmont Canning Company and Frederick City Packing Company. They never had children, but contributed greatly to society through their philanthropic largess.
ADDITIONAL FACTS OF NOTE
Age at Enlistment: 22 years
Home Residence during War: Warwick Apartments, Norfolk, VA
Military Years: 1917-1919
Induction 7/24/1918, Yeoman 1
Chief Petty Officer
Father: Michael D. Kaufman
Mother: Pearl Morris
Spouse: Samuel H. Rosenstock
Last known residence: 303 W. 2nd Street, Frederick, MD
Cause of Death: