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1900 Census, Ohio, Vol. 28, E.D. 51, Sheet 16, Line 88:
Weil, Emil J. Born May 1845, age 55, Austria.
Residing Cleveland (998 Case Ave.), Cuyahoga county. Family members:
NameRelationship MonthYearAgeBirthplace
Weil, Amelia Wife Jan 1847 53 Ohio
Weil, Flora J. Daughter Sept 1876 23 Ohio
Weil, James G. Son Sept 1881 18 Ohio
Matheson, Anna J. Servant March 1881 18 Germany
Ladky, Mary Servant March 1852 48 Michigan
Palmer, Grant Coachman June 1870 29 Pennsylvania


    The death of Mr. E. J. Weil, of 998 Case avenue, occurred Thursday morning after a short illness. Mr. Weil was an old and respected citizen of Cleveland. He was born in Prague, Austria, and died at the age of fifty-nine years.
    He is mourned by his wife, Mrs. Amelia Weil; one daughter, Mrs. L. Robechek, and three sons, Garfield, Irving and Lud Weil. The funeral take place Sunday afternoon. Internment will be in Mayfield Cemetery.

The Jewish Review and Observer
Cleveland Ohio, Friday, December 4, 1903

    Mr. Emil J. Weil, a well known citizen of Cleveland, died Thursday morning of apoplexy at his home, 998 Case avenue, at the age of fifty-nine years.
    The deceased, who was born in Prague, Bohemia, resided in Cleveland for over forty years. For many years, Mr. Weil was engaged in the real estate business, and for the past four years he has been president of the Solar Prism Company, located at 272 St. Clair street. He was engaged in this business at the time of his death.
    Mr. Weil was a member of the B'nai B'rith and a thirty second degree Mason.
    The funeral, which took place Sunday afternoon from his late residence, 998 Case avenue, was largely attended. Rabbi Gries officiated. The internment was at Mayfield.
    Messrs. Jacob Mandelbaum, M. Strauss, Moses Halle, Isaac Levy, Richard Heller, Dan S. Wertheimer, L. Bondy and L. Robecheck acted as pall bearers.
    The departed one is survived by a widow and four children, Mrs. Dr. L. Robecheck, and Messrs. Irving, Garfield, and Ludwig Weil.

The Jewish Review and Observer
Cleveland Ohio, Friday, December 11, 1903