Thank you so much for that suggestion. I will attempt that next.
On 6/24/05, Gabriela Svatos <gsvatos@...> wrote:
Many immigrants also came through Canada and then filtered southward. If
you have not had any luck with the US ports, then it's worth a try.
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<br><br><br>>From: Adiva Bloch <asb4205@...><br>>Reply-=
"H-SIG" <h-sig@...><br>>Subject: Re:
[h-sig] New to Hungarian research<br>>Date: Thu, 23 Jun 2005 09:46:52
+0200<br>><br>>Thank you for this.<br>><br>>I have tried
locating Reichard on this site and others and even tried<br>>it as a
sounds like and can not locate Morris entering the country.<br>>This i=
why I am stuck. I have spoken with one of the people I have<br>>locate=
on Jewishgen and he has indicated that there may be a<br>>connection b=
has not been able to locate Morris or Freida
entering<br>>either.<br>><br>>I have been told they entered thro=
New York, but I know they lived<br>>in PA at some point. I have also
tried to find them entering<br>>Philadelphia and nearby ports and cann=
locate that either.<br>><br>>Again, thank you.<br>>Adiva
Bloch<br>>Johannesburg, South Africa<br>><br>> > Moderator: =
your family was living in New York in 1910 the chances are reasonably goo=
that they arrived at Ellis Island. Use Stephen Morse's tools at the
JewishGen database page http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/EIDB/to search
Ellis Island records. If you can find the right passenger manifest it m=
indicate where your great-grandparents were born, identify a relative in
Hungary, and also identify a relative in the US to whom they were going.
Search the JewishGen Family finder to find other researchers who are
researching the same surnames and places. Once you have identified your
family's place of residence in Hungary, use the JewishGen All-Hungary
Database http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/Hungary/ to check for records=
surname and/or place.