Annie Levy Levy
Birth: December 24, 1884 in Victoria, B.C.
Death: July 5, 1914 in Seattle, Washington
Annie Levy was born and grew up in Victoria.
She kept an autograph album which was signed by friends and classmates. One entry reads: “the Gates Street shop where we worked…”the bosses aired their knowledge, but we didn’t care a cent.” Another wishes for her a gift of a broom for use in her future marriage and offers the following advice. “In sunshine use the brushy end, in stormy weather use the other!” The album is in the Special Collection in the University of Victoria archives.
Annie married Abraham Levy, a tailor and had a daughter Leitha. Leitha is quoted as saying that with “Levy’s marrying Levy’s marrying Levy’s…..”Nobody had to change their name”.
On July 5, 1914, while in Seattle 1annie became ill and died there at the age of 29. Her remains were brought to Victoria for burial between her mother and father.
Gravesite Details: Row F – Plot 2
1884 – 1914
Phoebe Levy Levy
Abraham S. Levy
Benjamin Levy (1886-
Lewis Joseph Levy (1892-