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Question regarding NYC marriage certificate #general

Leslie Weinberg <lbw@...>
 

I just obtained my grandparents' marriage certificate and I am puzzled. It
is written in longhand and appears to be totally written by the same person.
The second page should have signatures and it is witnessed but both names
and the witness name again seem to be written by the same hand. Is this
usual? In addition, although I had always been told my great-grandmother's
maiden name was Sheba April, the name I see written in Sheiwa Gran. The
letters are unmistakeable. I have never heard the name Gran, has anyone
else?


Yokohama Maru Arrival Manifest at Seattle, WA, 1916 #general

budblaher@...
 

I've had no luck in obtaining the ship's manifest for the Yokahama Maru
which sailed >from Yokahama, Japan and arrived in the port of Seattle,
Washington on January 23, 1916. My father, Nathan BLAHER, travelled across
Siberia with 3 or 4 other teenagers >from Perm, Russia. I have located one
of the other young men, Larry CHASKIN, whose daughter in Pennsylvania has
no clues on their trip or where their family resided. A second young man,
Israel RUTMAN, spent his lifetime in Chicago as a choirmaster. He never
married and retired to Miami, FL. He died in 1974 with his only only
relatives being a nephew & niece living in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. I do not
know their name so I can't contact them or their offspring. I need the
manifest to try and get the name(s) of the other teenagers. Any
suggestions?

Morris Blaher
Apopka, FL
budblaher@earthlink.net


Victor and Kathy Kreimer #general

Alberto Kremnitzerr <alby@...>
 

I am looking for information on my uncle and aunt that lived in
Morristown, NJ in the 50´s and 60´s.
I wish to know of a Jewish Cemetery around Morristown where they might
have been buried or if there is any search site for deceased Jews. I found
no info in Social Security, Ellis Island and other sites.
Thank you for your help.

Alberto Kremnitzer
Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil


New: Ozorkow, Poland PSA Project (near Lodz) #general

rieke nash <rieken@...>
 

Dear Fellow Researchers,

I am happy to announce that 1,639 new indices to non-microfilmed Jewish
vital records of Ozorkow are pending addition to the JRI-Poland
database. Some 19th century and first two years of the 20th century
Jewish vital records of this town have been indexed by the JRI-Poland
team in Warsaw as part of the JRI-Poland / Polish State Archives (PSA)
Project.

Ozorkow is located only 20 miles / 32 kilometers NW of Lodz and had a
large Jewish population before the Shoah.

Some of the towns located close to Ozorkow are:
Lodz, Aleksandrow Lodzki, Piatek, Zgierz, Leczyca, Kutno, Strykow.

o Summary of New Indices to Ozorkow Records

The types and years of records are as follows:

Marriages: 1844-55, 1888-1889
Deaths: 1887-90, 1897-1902

o Surnames Found in the New Indices

Surnames found in the Ozorkow indices can be viewed on
www.jewishgen.org/jri-pl/psa/ozorkow_surn.htm

o The Lodz JRI-Poland / Polish State Archives Project

Indexes to non-microfilmed 19th century Ozorkow Jewish records housed in
the Lodz Archives were indexed for addition to the JRI-Poland database
under an agreement between JRI-Poland and the Polish State Archives
(PSA).
For information about the PSA project see:
http://www.jewishgen.org/JRI-PL/psa/psastat.htm

This new material will finally allow you to expand your research into a
time period or geographical area that has been elusive and beyond your
reach. Once these indexes are available, you may simply print out an
order form >from the Jewish Records Indexing-Poland web site and order
the records >from the Polish State Archives.

Updates on the JRI-Poland/PSA Ozorkow are at:
http://www.jewishgen.org/JRI-PL/psa/psastat.htm, click on *Status
Report: PSA Project Underway* which is the last line in the heading of
this page. On the Status Report page, click *Lodz, phase 1* in the
dropdown menu.

If you would like further information on this project, please contact
me.

Sincerely,
Rieke Nash
Ozorkow PSA Town Leader
E-mail: rieken@zeta.org.au
Internet: http://www.jewishgen.org/jri-pl/psa/psastat.htm


New JewishGen ShtetLinks Project Manager #general

Fred Apel <fredapel@...>
 

I wish to thank everyone at JewishGen for placing their trust in me and
giving me the opportunity and privilege of serving as Project Manager
for ShtetLinks. I look forward to the challenges with the anticipation
of building on the solid foundation put in place by Chuck Weinstein. I
hope everyone will bear with me as I go through the learning curve of
the task at hand. Chuck will be my advisor and guide to insure
ShtetLinks and I make a smooth transition.

Fred Apel
New JewishGen ShtetLinks Project Manager


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Question regarding NYC marriage certificate #general

Leslie Weinberg <lbw@...>
 

I just obtained my grandparents' marriage certificate and I am puzzled. It
is written in longhand and appears to be totally written by the same person.
The second page should have signatures and it is witnessed but both names
and the witness name again seem to be written by the same hand. Is this
usual? In addition, although I had always been told my great-grandmother's
maiden name was Sheba April, the name I see written in Sheiwa Gran. The
letters are unmistakeable. I have never heard the name Gran, has anyone
else?


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Yokohama Maru Arrival Manifest at Seattle, WA, 1916 #general

budblaher@...
 

I've had no luck in obtaining the ship's manifest for the Yokahama Maru
which sailed >from Yokahama, Japan and arrived in the port of Seattle,
Washington on January 23, 1916. My father, Nathan BLAHER, travelled across
Siberia with 3 or 4 other teenagers >from Perm, Russia. I have located one
of the other young men, Larry CHASKIN, whose daughter in Pennsylvania has
no clues on their trip or where their family resided. A second young man,
Israel RUTMAN, spent his lifetime in Chicago as a choirmaster. He never
married and retired to Miami, FL. He died in 1974 with his only only
relatives being a nephew & niece living in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. I do not
know their name so I can't contact them or their offspring. I need the
manifest to try and get the name(s) of the other teenagers. Any
suggestions?

Morris Blaher
Apopka, FL
budblaher@earthlink.net


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Victor and Kathy Kreimer #general

Alberto Kremnitzerr <alby@...>
 

I am looking for information on my uncle and aunt that lived in
Morristown, NJ in the 50´s and 60´s.
I wish to know of a Jewish Cemetery around Morristown where they might
have been buried or if there is any search site for deceased Jews. I found
no info in Social Security, Ellis Island and other sites.
Thank you for your help.

Alberto Kremnitzer
Sao Paulo, SP, Brazil


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen New: Ozorkow, Poland PSA Project (near Lodz) #general

rieke nash <rieken@...>
 

Dear Fellow Researchers,

I am happy to announce that 1,639 new indices to non-microfilmed Jewish
vital records of Ozorkow are pending addition to the JRI-Poland
database. Some 19th century and first two years of the 20th century
Jewish vital records of this town have been indexed by the JRI-Poland
team in Warsaw as part of the JRI-Poland / Polish State Archives (PSA)
Project.

Ozorkow is located only 20 miles / 32 kilometers NW of Lodz and had a
large Jewish population before the Shoah.

Some of the towns located close to Ozorkow are:
Lodz, Aleksandrow Lodzki, Piatek, Zgierz, Leczyca, Kutno, Strykow.

o Summary of New Indices to Ozorkow Records

The types and years of records are as follows:

Marriages: 1844-55, 1888-1889
Deaths: 1887-90, 1897-1902

o Surnames Found in the New Indices

Surnames found in the Ozorkow indices can be viewed on
www.jewishgen.org/jri-pl/psa/ozorkow_surn.htm

o The Lodz JRI-Poland / Polish State Archives Project

Indexes to non-microfilmed 19th century Ozorkow Jewish records housed in
the Lodz Archives were indexed for addition to the JRI-Poland database
under an agreement between JRI-Poland and the Polish State Archives
(PSA).
For information about the PSA project see:
http://www.jewishgen.org/JRI-PL/psa/psastat.htm

This new material will finally allow you to expand your research into a
time period or geographical area that has been elusive and beyond your
reach. Once these indexes are available, you may simply print out an
order form >from the Jewish Records Indexing-Poland web site and order
the records >from the Polish State Archives.

Updates on the JRI-Poland/PSA Ozorkow are at:
http://www.jewishgen.org/JRI-PL/psa/psastat.htm, click on *Status
Report: PSA Project Underway* which is the last line in the heading of
this page. On the Status Report page, click *Lodz, phase 1* in the
dropdown menu.

If you would like further information on this project, please contact
me.

Sincerely,
Rieke Nash
Ozorkow PSA Town Leader
E-mail: rieken@zeta.org.au
Internet: http://www.jewishgen.org/jri-pl/psa/psastat.htm


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen New JewishGen ShtetLinks Project Manager #general

Fred Apel <fredapel@...>
 

I wish to thank everyone at JewishGen for placing their trust in me and
giving me the opportunity and privilege of serving as Project Manager
for ShtetLinks. I look forward to the challenges with the anticipation
of building on the solid foundation put in place by Chuck Weinstein. I
hope everyone will bear with me as I go through the learning curve of
the task at hand. Chuck will be my advisor and guide to insure
ShtetLinks and I make a smooth transition.

Fred Apel
New JewishGen ShtetLinks Project Manager


case study - Belarus Archive official channels #belarus

Alexander Kott <alexkott@...>
 

A small success story with official Belarus archives.
Those who are considering working with them via the
official channels (as opposed to working with a
private researcher) might find this story a useful
data point.

About 3 months ago I send a plain letter to an archive
in Pinsk, Belarus, asking for information about a
particular person. Apparently the letter has been
routed to other appropriate archives, and two weeks
ago I received unexpectedly a letter >from the Belarus
Embassy in Washington, DC. The letter informed me that
one of the Belarus archives found some related
information, and asked me to pay $80 if I wanted to
see what the information was. I sent them the money
and received a small but useful bit of information.

Overall, I can see some advantages, considering that
it only took me the price of postage to send the
original letter. In effect, the archives performed a
search for me without any pre-payment, and I would not
have to pay anything in case they found nothing.

On the other hand, I did not receive any information
on how exhaustive the search was and what specific
collections had been searched, something I always know
when I commission a private researcher in Belarus.


=====
Alexander Kott


Goncands?? #belarus

Psherryred1@...
 

Dear Jenners,
Where, oh where is GONCANDS? I'm trying to find my grandfather a Julius(Judel
Mendel Weiner) WINNER. I found a Judel Weiner on the EI site, only to find
that he comes >from GONCANDS. Since there does not seem to be an original
manifest, I just have access to the text version which may have lost
something in its "translation." Where is this place? I'm almost sure it is
somewhere in Belarus, around Minsk. Any ideas?
Phyllis Grodzinsky Campbell
San Jose, CA


Belarus SIG #Belarus case study - Belarus Archive official channels #belarus

Alexander Kott <alexkott@...>
 

A small success story with official Belarus archives.
Those who are considering working with them via the
official channels (as opposed to working with a
private researcher) might find this story a useful
data point.

About 3 months ago I send a plain letter to an archive
in Pinsk, Belarus, asking for information about a
particular person. Apparently the letter has been
routed to other appropriate archives, and two weeks
ago I received unexpectedly a letter >from the Belarus
Embassy in Washington, DC. The letter informed me that
one of the Belarus archives found some related
information, and asked me to pay $80 if I wanted to
see what the information was. I sent them the money
and received a small but useful bit of information.

Overall, I can see some advantages, considering that
it only took me the price of postage to send the
original letter. In effect, the archives performed a
search for me without any pre-payment, and I would not
have to pay anything in case they found nothing.

On the other hand, I did not receive any information
on how exhaustive the search was and what specific
collections had been searched, something I always know
when I commission a private researcher in Belarus.


=====
Alexander Kott


Belarus SIG #Belarus Goncands?? #belarus

Psherryred1@...
 

Dear Jenners,
Where, oh where is GONCANDS? I'm trying to find my grandfather a Julius(Judel
Mendel Weiner) WINNER. I found a Judel Weiner on the EI site, only to find
that he comes >from GONCANDS. Since there does not seem to be an original
manifest, I just have access to the text version which may have lost
something in its "translation." Where is this place? I'm almost sure it is
somewhere in Belarus, around Minsk. Any ideas?
Phyllis Grodzinsky Campbell
San Jose, CA


New Online Newsletter articles #belarus

Fran Bock
 

Dear JewishGenners,

The BelarusSIG Online Newsletter is pleased to announce the publication of
four new articles. Two are by Vitaly Charny, adding to his series of
articles about famous Belarusian Jews, and two are based on presentations at
the Toronto conference by Dr. Oleg Perzashkevich, head of the Minsk
Historical Genealogy Group.

One of the famous Belarusian Jews is Boris Shaposhnik, Soviet
engineer-extraordinaire, whose designs included the truck chassis >from which
Iraq launched SKUD missiles at Israel during the 1991 Gulf war. To read more
about his remarkable career, go to:
http://www.jewishgen.org/belarus/newsletter/famous_jews_shaposhnik.htm

The other famous Belarusian Jew is Yehuda Pen, founder of the Vitebsk art
school, among whose disciples was Marc Chagall. To read more about Pen, go
to:
http://www.jewishgen.org/belarus/newsletter/famous_jews_pen.htm

Dr. Perzashevich's contributions are full of valuable information on primary
and secondary genealogical resources in various archives and libraries in
Belarus. To read these articles, go to:
http://www.jewishgen.org/belarus/newsletter/torontoconf_primarysources.htm

http://www.jewishgen.org/belarus/newsletter/torontoconf_secondarysources.htm

We have several fascinating articles in the pipeline, and hope to have more
postings in the near future. So, keep looking at the online newsletter.

Finally, feel free to e-mail me with your own possibilities for future
articles.

Best wishes for a Happy and Healthy New Year to all.

Fran Bock
East Williston, NY
franbock@optonline.net


Belarus SIG #Belarus New Online Newsletter articles #belarus

Fran Bock
 

Dear JewishGenners,

The BelarusSIG Online Newsletter is pleased to announce the publication of
four new articles. Two are by Vitaly Charny, adding to his series of
articles about famous Belarusian Jews, and two are based on presentations at
the Toronto conference by Dr. Oleg Perzashkevich, head of the Minsk
Historical Genealogy Group.

One of the famous Belarusian Jews is Boris Shaposhnik, Soviet
engineer-extraordinaire, whose designs included the truck chassis >from which
Iraq launched SKUD missiles at Israel during the 1991 Gulf war. To read more
about his remarkable career, go to:
http://www.jewishgen.org/belarus/newsletter/famous_jews_shaposhnik.htm

The other famous Belarusian Jew is Yehuda Pen, founder of the Vitebsk art
school, among whose disciples was Marc Chagall. To read more about Pen, go
to:
http://www.jewishgen.org/belarus/newsletter/famous_jews_pen.htm

Dr. Perzashevich's contributions are full of valuable information on primary
and secondary genealogical resources in various archives and libraries in
Belarus. To read these articles, go to:
http://www.jewishgen.org/belarus/newsletter/torontoconf_primarysources.htm

http://www.jewishgen.org/belarus/newsletter/torontoconf_secondarysources.htm

We have several fascinating articles in the pipeline, and hope to have more
postings in the near future. So, keep looking at the online newsletter.

Finally, feel free to e-mail me with your own possibilities for future
articles.

Best wishes for a Happy and Healthy New Year to all.

Fran Bock
East Williston, NY
franbock@optonline.net


MOSS: Russia, Liverpool, Chicago #belarus

Laura M Gottlieb <lauragottlieb@...>
 

Hello, Genners--
I have been searching for (1) where in the Russian Empire my
grandfather might have come >from and (2) when he might have arrived in
Liverpool. Born in 1882 in what was called "Malastofki in the province
of Molov" on his British naturalization papers to a family consisting of
parents calling themselves Lewis/Louis and Annie/Feiga MOSS by the time
they got to Liverpool, my grandfather Abraham MOSS also had siblings
named Solomon (b. 1885), Masha, and Rose.
THE SHTETL FINDER GAZETTEER reports on what may have been Abraham
Moss's birthplace: "Malistovska, Krasnapoli. Krasnapole, n. of Mohilev.
Located close to Mohilev, 1902- Mordecai Shlomo Movshovitch, born 1862,
was appointed rabbi here, after 10 years in Zuravitz, Mohilev province.
Birthplace of Yitzschak Bunin, born 1882, who moved to the US in 1923 and
was a rabbi." I have been singularly unsuccessful in locating any
additional information about this shtetl under any of its alternative
names and spellings. Is anybody else familiar with it? Can anyone
suggest a way to find out more about it?
To further complicate the picture, the two brothers, Abraham and
Solomon, differed on what they reported to 1920 US Census takers in
Chicago about their parents' birthplaces. Abraham said that both of his
parents were born in Russia; his brother said they were born in Rumania.
Why might the brothers have had a different idea of where their parents
had been born??
The first firm date I have for the family's appearance in Liverpool
was the date of my grandfather's marriage to Sophie DANKER there in March
1907. Family legend says that Abraham seemed like good husband material
to the matchmaker who arranged this marriage, as he was doing well at
running his own shoemaking business. His business success suggests that
he had been in Liverpool for at least a couple of years before the 1907
marriage. I have been unsuccessful in finding any likely MOSS family
members in Liverpool in the 1901 UK Census, in spite of having searched a
variety of other spellings of the name (Moskowitz, Moskovitch, etc.,
etc.). used wild cards, first names, etc., etc. Can anyone recommend any
other source of information that I should be checking that might help me
establish the date of this family's arrival in Liverpool?
Thanks in advance,
Laura Moss Gottlieb
Madison, Wisconsin

DANKER: Latvia, Liverpool, Chicago
FREEDKIN, FRETKEN: Russia, Liverpool, Chicago
MOSS: Russia/Romania, Liverpool, Chicago


Belarus SIG #Belarus MOSS: Russia, Liverpool, Chicago #belarus

Laura M Gottlieb <lauragottlieb@...>
 

Hello, Genners--
I have been searching for (1) where in the Russian Empire my
grandfather might have come >from and (2) when he might have arrived in
Liverpool. Born in 1882 in what was called "Malastofki in the province
of Molov" on his British naturalization papers to a family consisting of
parents calling themselves Lewis/Louis and Annie/Feiga MOSS by the time
they got to Liverpool, my grandfather Abraham MOSS also had siblings
named Solomon (b. 1885), Masha, and Rose.
THE SHTETL FINDER GAZETTEER reports on what may have been Abraham
Moss's birthplace: "Malistovska, Krasnapoli. Krasnapole, n. of Mohilev.
Located close to Mohilev, 1902- Mordecai Shlomo Movshovitch, born 1862,
was appointed rabbi here, after 10 years in Zuravitz, Mohilev province.
Birthplace of Yitzschak Bunin, born 1882, who moved to the US in 1923 and
was a rabbi." I have been singularly unsuccessful in locating any
additional information about this shtetl under any of its alternative
names and spellings. Is anybody else familiar with it? Can anyone
suggest a way to find out more about it?
To further complicate the picture, the two brothers, Abraham and
Solomon, differed on what they reported to 1920 US Census takers in
Chicago about their parents' birthplaces. Abraham said that both of his
parents were born in Russia; his brother said they were born in Rumania.
Why might the brothers have had a different idea of where their parents
had been born??
The first firm date I have for the family's appearance in Liverpool
was the date of my grandfather's marriage to Sophie DANKER there in March
1907. Family legend says that Abraham seemed like good husband material
to the matchmaker who arranged this marriage, as he was doing well at
running his own shoemaking business. His business success suggests that
he had been in Liverpool for at least a couple of years before the 1907
marriage. I have been unsuccessful in finding any likely MOSS family
members in Liverpool in the 1901 UK Census, in spite of having searched a
variety of other spellings of the name (Moskowitz, Moskovitch, etc.,
etc.). used wild cards, first names, etc., etc. Can anyone recommend any
other source of information that I should be checking that might help me
establish the date of this family's arrival in Liverpool?
Thanks in advance,
Laura Moss Gottlieb
Madison, Wisconsin

DANKER: Latvia, Liverpool, Chicago
FREEDKIN, FRETKEN: Russia, Liverpool, Chicago
MOSS: Russia/Romania, Liverpool, Chicago


New Ozorkow PSA Project Ready #poland

rieke nash <rieken@...>
 

Dear Fellow Researchers,

I am happy to announce that 1,639 new indices to non-microfilmed Jewish
vital records of OZORKOW are pending addition to the JRI-Poland
database. Some 19th century and first two years of the 20th century
Jewish vital records of this town have been indexed by the JRI-Poland
team in Warsaw as part of the JRI-Poland / Polish State Archives (PSA)
Project.

Ozorkow is located 20 miles / 32 kilometers NW of Lodz.

Some of the towns located close to Ozorkow are:
Lodz, Aleksandrow Lodzki, Piatek, Zgierz, Leczycz, Kutno, Strykow.

o Summary of New Indices to Ozorkow Records

The types and years of records are as follows:
Marriages: 1844-55, 1888-1889
Deaths: 1887-90, 1897-1902

o Surnames Found in the New Indices

Surnames found in the Ozorkow indices, can be viewed on
<http://www.jewishgen.org/jri-pl/psa/ozorkow_surn.htm>

o The Lodz JRI-Poland / Polish State Archives Project

Indexes to non-microfilmed 19th century Ozorkow Jewish records housed in
the Lodz Archives are being indexed for addition to the JRI-Poland
database under an agreement between JRI-Poland and the Polish State
Archives (PSA). For information about the PSA project see:
http://www.jewishgen.org/JRI-PL/psa/psastat.htm

This new material will finally allow you to expand your research into a
time period or geographical area that has been elusive and beyond your
reach. Once these indexes are available, you may simply print out an
order form >from the Jewish Records Indexing-Poland web site and order
the records >from the Polish State Archives.

The budget for indexing the Ozorkow records is $US210. Whatever you can
contribute will be very much appreciated and will help bring us closer
to our goal.

All individuals (or families) who are able to contribute $36 or more to
this effort are qualified to receive the complete database as an Excel
file for your personal research.

Not only will this enable you to see the information well in advance of
its general availability in the JRI-Poland Searchable Database, it will
enable you to look at all the records >from Ozorkow at once, and perhaps
find a family name whose connection you had forgotten, or to work with
the data (for example, sorting by first name) to search for a
great-grandmother's elusive maiden name.

Please join in making a contribution to this extremely worthwhile and
exciting project. Your contribution towards the indexing of records for
Ozorkow can bring to light information you may have never imagined you
would find.

Your contributions in US Dollars may be mailed to:

Jewish Records Indexing - Poland
c/o Sheila Salo, Treasurer
5607 Greenleaf Rd.
Cheverly, MD 20785
USA


Visa contributions may be phoned to Sheila at (301) 341-1261. Or print
out the form at http://www.jewishgen.org/jri-pl/visa.htm by clicking on
the VISA Card and fax or mail it to Sheila. The fax number is also (301)
341-1261.
(8:00 AM to 8:00 PM Eastern time only, please.)

For those of you living outside the United States, contributions can
only be accepted in US Dollars unless you use a VISA credit card. Your
VISA will be charged in your local currency. However, please identify
the amount of your contribution in US Dollars.

If you prefer to make your donation by bank draft in your local
currency, please see:
http://www.jewishgen.org/jri-pl/contrib-non-us.htm, or contact me for
further information.

ALL CONTRIBUTIONS SHOULD BE MARKED "FOR THE LODZ PSA PROJECT- Ozorkow."
If you send a check, please write this on the face of the check.

Please give what you can so that all current and future generations of
Ozorkow area researchers can benefit >from this project.

JRI - Poland is a nonprofit tax-exempt organization under Section
501(c)(3) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code. The JRI-Poland web site,
mailing list, and database are hosted by JewishGen.

Updates on the JRI-Poland/PSA Ozorkow are at:
http://www.jewishgen.org/jri-pl/psa/psastat.htm, click on "Status
Report: PSA Project Underway" which is the last line in the heading of
this page. On the Status Report page, click "Lodz, phase 1" in the
dropdown menu.

Sincerely,
Rieke Nash
Ozorkow PSA Town Leader
E-mail: rieken@zeta.org.au
Internet: http://www.jewishgen.org/jri-pl/psa/psastat.htm


Variations of the Wolfus surname #poland

Gabriela K <gabriela_k25@...>
 

Dear all,

It was originally believed that my Grandmother >from Wielkie Ozcy, Poland
name was Rachel Wolfus. However, discovery of different documents and
photos, has shown us varying surnames.

The following are all possibilities,
WOLFUS - Australian Naturalisation Certificate
WOLLFUSS- photo
WOLFUSSOWNA- photo
BOLFUS- Ketcher BOLFUS - Her Father, farmer and Emily BOLFUS, Mother.
Marriage certificate

If anyone has any information on any of these names/surnames it would be
greatly appreciated if you could send it to me at gabriela_k25@hotmail.com

Thank you

Gabriela Khoury


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