Cohn, Ewa (Ewelina, Chava)
- Born: circa 1831/1832/1835, Warsaw, Poland
- Marriage (1): Moser, Gustaw (Gershon)
- Died: Jan 26, 1898, Warsaw, Poland
She was married to Gustaw (Gershon) Moser an agent/commissioner [komis ant] from Prussia. According to the birth record of her son Moritz, f rom 1852, she was age 21 at the time of his birth (therfore born circ a 1831), and according to the birth record of her son Victor in 1832 s he was 23 (therefore born circa 1832). However, on April 8/20, 1864 s he stated that her age was 29 (therefore born in 1835). This was fro m a statement she made to the police after she was arrested for possib ly aiding revolutionaries in the 1863-64 January Uprising.
In this statement she said that she was a widow and was being supporte d by her father Matyas Cohn, who made his living from propinacja [prod uctioin and sale of liquor]. She also stated she had three children , a daughter and two sons, and that the eldest son (age 11) was curren tly going to school in Prussia. Her younger children were being care d for by her Roman Catholic governess, Aleksandra Krzyzanowska, who wa s also arrested.
In her statement to the police, Ewa declared, "with an absolutely clea r conscience" that sh ehad never been a member of any revolutionary or ganization. However, she admitted to receiving some packages from a t eacher, Professor Roman Zulinski, who was known to her. Roman Zulinsk i was later executed at the Warsaw Citadel for his role in the Januar y Uprising.
Ewa married Gustaw (Gershon) Moser.