Birth Name: Amy Jade Winehouse
Date of Birth: 14 September, 1983
Place of Birth: Enfield, Middlesex, England, U.K.
Date of Death: 23 July, 2011
Place of Death: Camden, London, England, U.K.
Ethnicity: Ashkenazi Jewish
Amy Winehouse was a British singer and songwriter. She was born to Jewish parents. Her ancestors were Russian Jews, Polish Jews, and Belarusian Jews. Amy was famous for her 2006 album Back to Black, which won five Grammy awards.
Her family’s surname was Weinhaus several generations back.
Amy’s paternal grandfather was Alec Winehouse (the son of Benjamin Winehouse and Fanny Grandis). Alec was born in Bethnal Green, London, England. Benjamin was born in Russia, the son of Harris Weinhaus and Jetta, who was from Minsk, Belarus. Fanny was the daughter of Russian-born Abraham Grandis and Mary.
Amy’s paternal grandmother was Cynthia Gordon (the daughter of Max Gordon and Celia Berger). Cynthia was born in Stepney, London, England. Max was born in Russia, the son of Sarah. Celia was born in London, to parents from Russia, Herschel Berger/Belzac and Sarah Kram.
Amy’s maternal grandfather was Eddie Seaton (born Edward Steinberg, the son of Jacob Steinberg and Annie Singer). Eddie was born in St George in the East, London, England, to parents from Russia. Jacob was the son of David Puppavovovitch and Annie Steinberg.
Amy’s maternal grandmother was named Stella Richman (the daughter of Barnett Reichman/Richman and Debbie). Stella was born in Newcastle, England. Barnett and Debbie were born in Poland. Debbie’s mother was named Esther.
Genealogy of Amy Winehouse – http://www.geni.com