ELSIE PLISKIN and ISRAEL ‘VICTOR’ PLISKIN

first cousins aged nine and six at the wedding of their cousin Minnie Pliskin, a milliner, and Barnett Cooklin, a cabinet maker, on 11 December, 1932 at Jubilee Street Great Synagogue. Victor’s winged collar was specially made by the outfitters Mays in Whitechapel Road, next door to the famous ‘Blind Beggar’ pub. Victor later married Irene Pliksen on 11 August, 1946 in the Dunstan Road Synagogue, Golders Green with the reception at the Regal Ballrooms, Finchley Road. Victor was a machinist at a tailor’s in London but was evacuated to Luton during WWII. He later set up his own ladies’ tailoring business called ‘Renvic Modes’. Irene was a hairdresser, as was her father Reuben Pilsken.

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