Many of the brothers and sisters above lived in the Larchmont district circa 1950's.

Of interest in this story is that Benjamin Norton, Saul Morris (Cilia's husband) and Melville Norton formed Norton Brothers and Morris in 1904.  Finally, they had the business at 757 S. Los Angeles Street.  They also owned a parking lot at 6th and Main, which later became the Greyhound Bus Depot.

        I found some additional information on:

BERTHA'S father, EPHRAIM GREENBAUM, came to Los Angeles from New York in 1851 on a ship around the horn.  Her mother came the following year from the same city by the Isthmus of Panama. 

I also located additional information on ISAAC concerning his son, Albert:

Albert M. Norton, Los Angeles attorney and financier, was a son of the late Isaac and Bertha (Greenbaum) Norton, and in his personal career measured up to those standards expected of a representative of one of the oldest Jewish names in Southern California.

Images for Samuel's tree (when completed, they will be on a separate page).

Ben as a 22 year old naval commander of an LST vessel. 

Ben as Mayor of BH, his name is on a half dozen plaques around town on buildings
he helped guide. Including City Hall and the Public Library. 

Norton family reunion 2005 - names to come. 

The Norton Brothers and their brother in law had a clothing business in this factory. 
Later, Ben Jr. leased the space to other designers. Their names are still in the sidewalk.