Markus Ilion was born on November 8, 1867 in Klikole, Kovno gubernia, Lithuania to Uria and Linda.
His father Uria, son of Nekhem Ilion died on April 5, 1893 of kidneys disease at the age of 48 in Liepaja. ( look here
Uria Ilion death record (click to enlarge)
Markus Ilion studied at the Telz(Telsiai, Lithuania) Yeshiva of Dr. F. Klein from
1877 to 1880, then, from 1880 to 1885 at the Yeshiva of Liepaja,
appointed by the Liepaja Rabbis F. Klein and J. Deneson.
He married to Frada, daughter of Yankel Gotlieb in Liepaja on August 15, 1904 .
Markus Ilion and Frada Gotlied marriage record( Click to enlarge)
They had at least
- daughter Rakhil, born on August 10, 1898 in
Liepaja. She married the Estonian citizen Shliom- Leib/ Leopold
Judeikin, born on October 6, 1896 in Worny, Lithuania.
- son Jekusiel, born on June 8, 1900 in Liepaja
- son Lazar, born on January 17, 1902 in Liepaja
- daughter Golda, born on April 20, 1905 in Liepaja
- son Nekhemie, born on July 28, 1906 in Liepaja
- son Jekusiel, born on June 8, 1915 in Liepaja
Rakhil Ilion birth record( click to enlarge)
Ekusiel Ilion birth record( click to enlarge)
Lazar Ilion birth record
Jekusiel Ilion birth record
Golda Ilion birth record
Nekhemie Ilion birth record( click to enlarge)
Markus Ilion had at least a sisters:
* Hanna, born in 1874 to Uria Ilion and who married to Todres- Aron, born to Abram
Rubinshtein from Rossian in 1871. They got married in Liepaja on
October 6, 1895.
Hanna Ilion marriage record ( Click to enlarge)
Beila, born in 1877 to Uria Ilion and who married to the Doctor
Heinrick, born to Shaya Gorovitz in 1871. They got married in Liepaja
on August 27, 1902.
Ita- Beila Ilion marriage record ( Click to enlarge)
The Great Synagogue of Liepaja
Markus, also Mordekhai Ilion perished in Liepaja in July 1941.
One of his daughters, Rachel Judeikin was in Riga during the war and
perished at the age of 37 . She was a housewife and married to Leopold.
Prior to WWII she lived in Dorpat, Estonia.
His sister, Nekhama Katz , born on September 8, 1863 perished in the holocaust in Riga.