notation on census page-BOYARSKY #general


SBSeales
 

Dear Genners,
I have a census page for Samuel and Taube BOYARSKY and their children from
the 1900 U.S. census of NYC. There is a notation, apparently added later, in
the naturalization column. At the time of the census Samuel had filed
citizenship papers. The 'naturalization' column is marked P.A. Above that is
written 0-6-1. Is this a June 1, 1900 date of naturalization?
This man was apparently a relative of my grandmother's, Eva (Riwe) BOYARSKY.
The passenger manifest of Riwe and her brother Benjamin says they were going to
Simche BOYARSKY at 15 Rutgers Place. The address is the same as in the census.
I have been looking unsuccessfully for the descendants of Simche and Taube
BOYARSKY. Does anyone know this family? The children were Isadore, Benjamin,
Celia, Rebecca, Rose and Annie. Isadore was naturalized in Boston in 1904. My
grandmother was >from Mosty, in Grodno, so this family would probably have been
from either Grodno or Lida.
I should also add that I was recently in the L.A. Family History Center.
They did not have the NYC naturalization petition index, and I ran out of time
before I could investigate further.

Thank you,
Sue Seales, North Carolina
researching: BOYARSKY/Mosty (Grodno) and Boston GOLDSTEIN,Grodno
FREEDMAN/Siluva, Lithuania ROSENTHAL/Wegrow,Poland and Odessa
ROSENTHAL/Brazil BLUESTEIN/Zareby Koscielne, Poland
ZELENY,ZELONY,ZELIONY/Bershad,Ukraine and Paris
RUDZINSKI/Balta

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