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Passports, ID cards, etc., Holocaust, Simferopol, Drissa, Kamenetz Podolsk, Nikolaev, WWI, etc. #general

Marilyn Robinson <jewishgemblog@...>
 

Hi Genners,
Newest recent jottings can be found on my blog at:
http://YourJewishGem.blogspot.com :

1914 Russians Stuck in Austria-Hungary & France During WWI
Who Are They? (#2, #3, #4)
1920 Kiev: Jews Who Died During Pogroms & ...
Holocaust: Terezin/Theresienstadt Concentration Camp...
1940 Holocaust: Malsch Germany
1914 Russian Stuck in Belgim During WW I
1914 Rostock: (August 12) Telegram
1861 Simferopol: Karaite Student Lists
1904-1948 Crimea: Simferopop/Simferopol
1900-1927 Kharkov/Kharkiv Lists
1900 Aleksandrovsk (Zaporozhye): Jewish Homeowners
1907 Drissa Voters Lists
Japan: Russian Necropolis
1881-1885 Kamenetz Podolsk Schools....
1934-1936 Moscow Donskoe Cemetery...
WWII: Sephardic Greeks Deported >from France--A List
1941- Nikolaev [Mykoayiv]: Fate of Nikolaev Jews During Great Patriotic War
Nikolaev/Mykolaiv: Jewish Burials...
1944 Secret Negotiations for Dominican Republic Passports
1944 Lisbon, Portugal: Arrival of Prominent Hungarian Industrialists
1941-1943 Mstislavl: Jews Murdered During the Holocaust

Good Luck Digging!
Marilyn Robinson
Florida
Searching: UNTERBERGER (Galicia Austria, Tarnow), KAPELNER
(Galicia, Austria,Tarnow), SHUTZ/SCHULTZ (Galicia, Austria, Ulanow,
Krakow), YUDIN (Sharkovshchina), SHAPIRO (Sharkovshchina),
LURIA/LURIE (Lodz, Warsaw), REICHMAN (Warsaw, Tomaszow Mazowiecki),
TAUFELD (anywhere)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Passports, ID cards, etc., Holocaust, Simferopol, Drissa, Kamenetz Podolsk, Nikolaev, WWI, etc. #general

Marilyn Robinson <jewishgemblog@...>
 

Hi Genners,
Newest recent jottings can be found on my blog at:
http://YourJewishGem.blogspot.com :

1914 Russians Stuck in Austria-Hungary & France During WWI
Who Are They? (#2, #3, #4)
1920 Kiev: Jews Who Died During Pogroms & ...
Holocaust: Terezin/Theresienstadt Concentration Camp...
1940 Holocaust: Malsch Germany
1914 Russian Stuck in Belgim During WW I
1914 Rostock: (August 12) Telegram
1861 Simferopol: Karaite Student Lists
1904-1948 Crimea: Simferopop/Simferopol
1900-1927 Kharkov/Kharkiv Lists
1900 Aleksandrovsk (Zaporozhye): Jewish Homeowners
1907 Drissa Voters Lists
Japan: Russian Necropolis
1881-1885 Kamenetz Podolsk Schools....
1934-1936 Moscow Donskoe Cemetery...
WWII: Sephardic Greeks Deported >from France--A List
1941- Nikolaev [Mykoayiv]: Fate of Nikolaev Jews During Great Patriotic War
Nikolaev/Mykolaiv: Jewish Burials...
1944 Secret Negotiations for Dominican Republic Passports
1944 Lisbon, Portugal: Arrival of Prominent Hungarian Industrialists
1941-1943 Mstislavl: Jews Murdered During the Holocaust

Good Luck Digging!
Marilyn Robinson
Florida
Searching: UNTERBERGER (Galicia Austria, Tarnow), KAPELNER
(Galicia, Austria,Tarnow), SHUTZ/SCHULTZ (Galicia, Austria, Ulanow,
Krakow), YUDIN (Sharkovshchina), SHAPIRO (Sharkovshchina),
LURIA/LURIE (Lodz, Warsaw), REICHMAN (Warsaw, Tomaszow Mazowiecki),
TAUFELD (anywhere)


Seeking MEISTER #general

Scott Ehrlich <scott@...>
 

Greetings to all:

My great grandmother was Sarah MEISTER who married Harry (Aaron) Newman.

Sarah's ship manifest shows she came with daughter to Boston, MA in 1900.

Sarah's parents, per her death certificate, were Isaac and Libby.

A Newman cousin relayed they vaguely recalled Sarah had a brother
Usher Meister who purchased land in New York.

Sarah and Harry's daughter, Lena, my mom's mom, became a US citizen
and noted place of birth was Vilna.

With the knowledge of Isaac Meister and Libby Meister being parents of
Sarah Meister and Usher (Abraham?) Meister, if these Meister names
possibly have meaning to you, please let me know. I really want to
expand knowledge of my Meister relatives based on the information
presented here, which is all I know at this time.

Thank you very much.

Scott Ehrlich, Winchester, MA, USA

Searching: Ehrlich/Kessler (Stanislov, Lviv, Ukraine/Austria),
Sherman/Feltman (Zaslavi, Ukraine), Cohen/Wolkowisky (Panosiskes,
Lithuania), Newman/Meister (Vilna, Russia)


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Seeking MEISTER #general

Scott Ehrlich <scott@...>
 

Greetings to all:

My great grandmother was Sarah MEISTER who married Harry (Aaron) Newman.

Sarah's ship manifest shows she came with daughter to Boston, MA in 1900.

Sarah's parents, per her death certificate, were Isaac and Libby.

A Newman cousin relayed they vaguely recalled Sarah had a brother
Usher Meister who purchased land in New York.

Sarah and Harry's daughter, Lena, my mom's mom, became a US citizen
and noted place of birth was Vilna.

With the knowledge of Isaac Meister and Libby Meister being parents of
Sarah Meister and Usher (Abraham?) Meister, if these Meister names
possibly have meaning to you, please let me know. I really want to
expand knowledge of my Meister relatives based on the information
presented here, which is all I know at this time.

Thank you very much.

Scott Ehrlich, Winchester, MA, USA

Searching: Ehrlich/Kessler (Stanislov, Lviv, Ukraine/Austria),
Sherman/Feltman (Zaslavi, Ukraine), Cohen/Wolkowisky (Panosiskes,
Lithuania), Newman/Meister (Vilna, Russia)


Re: Ozydow (Ozhydiv), Galicia, 19th Century Life #general

Phyllis Kramer
 

Lisa Hunter posted: " I would be grateful for any information about
life in the latter half
of the 19th Century in the small Galician town of Ozydow (Ozhydiv),
now in Ukraine. Several generations of one branch of my family were
born and lived their lives there, but I've been unable to unearth much
about the town, beyond a hazardous train derailment occurring in recent
times, and nothing at all about how/why Jews came to live there..'

elisa...google is just one resource; why not use all the wonderful
resources at JewishGen??
here's what i would do...
first go to our community pages and click on gazetteer...thats where i
found Ozhidiv, Ozhidov, Ozhiduv, Ozhydiv at 4958/2449 in the Ukraine.
The town did not have a significant jewish population in early 1900s and
is not on our community pages...but appears on our gazetteer of *all*
towns in eastern europe.

click on the target icon for towns within 10 miles of Ozhidiv and
search for the nearest "Jewish" town...that is likely to be where the
market, synagogue and records were/are. And where you might find the
information you seek.

I found Olesko, 3 miles east which has a JewishGen community page...
but only 18 researchers on JGFF, like nearby Sokoluvka at 4.5 miles
but Bialy Kamien at 5 miles and Sassow at 7.5 miles have strong Jewish
genealogist interest...let me suggest you research those neighboring
towns...the life would be fairly similar...

if you want to know about the town life..i think books are the best
source. Very pertinent is Suzan Wynnes' "The Galitizianas: The Jews of
Galicia" and Andrew Zalewski's novels. For why and how they made the
trip, I especially like the first chapter of Irving Howe's great book,
"The World of Our Fathers, the Journey of the East European Jews to
America and the Life They Found and Made." Lastly, If you query our
25 years of archived messages...you'll find many other recommended
books

how about searching JGFF for your surnames keeping in mind the
neighboring towns??
(good that you registerred for your town on JGFF so that folks can
find you...but i would suggest adding your name to your JGFF
registration because folks dont always want to write to a
number...easy to do, just go to "myprofile" in the upper right corner
of the JewishGen page and click on it...click on "change my contact
information" then scroll down...by the way, once you are there you can
easily see your discussion group subscriptions, your JGFF entries and
your donation history)

Happy hunting!

Phyllis Kramer, New York City, Palm Beach Gardens, Fla
V.P.Education, JewishGen Inc: www.JewishGen.org/education
Researching (all Galicia)
...KRAMER, BEIM >from Jasienica Rosielna
...SCHEINER, KANDEL >from Strzyzow & Dubiecko
...LINDNER, EICHEL >from Rohatyn, Burstyn
...STECHER, TRACHMAN >from Nowy Zmigrod, Dukla
family web site: KehilaLinks.JewishGen.org/Krosno/Kramer.htm


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Ozydow (Ozhydiv), Galicia, 19th Century Life #general

Phyllis Kramer
 

Lisa Hunter posted: " I would be grateful for any information about
life in the latter half
of the 19th Century in the small Galician town of Ozydow (Ozhydiv),
now in Ukraine. Several generations of one branch of my family were
born and lived their lives there, but I've been unable to unearth much
about the town, beyond a hazardous train derailment occurring in recent
times, and nothing at all about how/why Jews came to live there..'

elisa...google is just one resource; why not use all the wonderful
resources at JewishGen??
here's what i would do...
first go to our community pages and click on gazetteer...thats where i
found Ozhidiv, Ozhidov, Ozhiduv, Ozhydiv at 4958/2449 in the Ukraine.
The town did not have a significant jewish population in early 1900s and
is not on our community pages...but appears on our gazetteer of *all*
towns in eastern europe.

click on the target icon for towns within 10 miles of Ozhidiv and
search for the nearest "Jewish" town...that is likely to be where the
market, synagogue and records were/are. And where you might find the
information you seek.

I found Olesko, 3 miles east which has a JewishGen community page...
but only 18 researchers on JGFF, like nearby Sokoluvka at 4.5 miles
but Bialy Kamien at 5 miles and Sassow at 7.5 miles have strong Jewish
genealogist interest...let me suggest you research those neighboring
towns...the life would be fairly similar...

if you want to know about the town life..i think books are the best
source. Very pertinent is Suzan Wynnes' "The Galitizianas: The Jews of
Galicia" and Andrew Zalewski's novels. For why and how they made the
trip, I especially like the first chapter of Irving Howe's great book,
"The World of Our Fathers, the Journey of the East European Jews to
America and the Life They Found and Made." Lastly, If you query our
25 years of archived messages...you'll find many other recommended
books

how about searching JGFF for your surnames keeping in mind the
neighboring towns??
(good that you registerred for your town on JGFF so that folks can
find you...but i would suggest adding your name to your JGFF
registration because folks dont always want to write to a
number...easy to do, just go to "myprofile" in the upper right corner
of the JewishGen page and click on it...click on "change my contact
information" then scroll down...by the way, once you are there you can
easily see your discussion group subscriptions, your JGFF entries and
your donation history)

Happy hunting!

Phyllis Kramer, New York City, Palm Beach Gardens, Fla
V.P.Education, JewishGen Inc: www.JewishGen.org/education
Researching (all Galicia)
...KRAMER, BEIM >from Jasienica Rosielna
...SCHEINER, KANDEL >from Strzyzow & Dubiecko
...LINDNER, EICHEL >from Rohatyn, Burstyn
...STECHER, TRACHMAN >from Nowy Zmigrod, Dukla
family web site: KehilaLinks.JewishGen.org/Krosno/Kramer.htm


Re: Polish Jews in Russian Army Records (Nowy Targ) #general

Alexander Sharon
 

On Friday, August 11, 2017 at 9:24:10 AM UTC-6, Ben Forman

Does anyone know if there is an archive which might hold records
related to his service or related to the history of Nowy Targ and the
Russian Army's activity there in around this time.
Following my previous reply on this subject, it was established that
town in question is not Nowy Targ but Turgaisk located in modern
Kazachstan. Turgaiskiy region is located some 80 miles NNE >from the
country capital Astana.

Alexander Sharon
JGFF editor


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Polish Jews in Russian Army Records (Nowy Targ) #general

Alexander Sharon
 

On Friday, August 11, 2017 at 9:24:10 AM UTC-6, Ben Forman

Does anyone know if there is an archive which might hold records
related to his service or related to the history of Nowy Targ and the
Russian Army's activity there in around this time.
Following my previous reply on this subject, it was established that
town in question is not Nowy Targ but Turgaisk located in modern
Kazachstan. Turgaiskiy region is located some 80 miles NNE >from the
country capital Astana.

Alexander Sharon
JGFF editor


Romania SIG #Romania significance of the surname "TAT" #romania

sciamma@...
 

Fellow genners

I've been asked to clarify the significance of the surname "TAT", apparently
of Austrian origin.
Any ideas ? Maybe name of town?
Suggestions where to look ?

Please respond to: sciamma@...


significance of the surname "TAT" #romania

sciamma@...
 

Fellow genners

I've been asked to clarify the significance of the surname "TAT", apparently
of Austrian origin.
Any ideas ? Maybe name of town?
Suggestions where to look ?

Please respond to: sciamma@...


Viewmate Question #austria-czech

E Feinstein
 

I've posted a vital record in German for which I need a translation. It is on ViewMate at the
following address ...
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM58532
I wanted to know what skal means after some of the names. It appears a lot.
Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.
Thank you very much.
Eric FEINSTEIN
New Jersey


Conference Highlights #2 - New Exhibitor Booth & Booth Talks #austria-czech

Groll, Avraham
 

Dear JewishGen Family,

JewishGen had a very successful and productive experience at the 37th
annual IAJGS Conference (which was held July 23-28 in Orlando, FL),
offering an outstanding variety of sessions, workshops, and luncheons
throughout its duration. During these weeks following the conference,
we are posting highlights of our activity, including a review of some
of the major announcements which were first unveiled at the conference.
The previous issue can be accessed here:
http://tinyurl.com/IAJGS2017-A

Today's focus is on JewishGen's new Exhibitor Booth. We designed this
booth with the intention of offering a more professional experience,
and plan to use it as we expand our marketing efforts and promote
JewishGen to a much wider audience. As part of this strategy, we also
debuted our "Booth Talks" program, whereby JewishGen experts offered
booth visitors a short, five minute presentation on a particular topic.
This enabled conference participants an opportunity to connect with
experts, while giving JewishGen staff the opportunity to engage, and
forge new connections. Throughout the conference, hundreds of people
stopped by the booth, >from JewishGen volunteers, donors, users, members
of other organizations, and even some of the hotel staff. Here are some
highlights:

(1) Yizkor Books: A member of the JewishGen family walked up to the
booth, pulled an old book out of her bag, and asked Rebecca Schaeffer (a
member of the booth team, and Assistant to the Director) if she could
identify it. Rebecca explained that it was a Yizkor (memorial) book,
written by Holocaust survivors to perpetuate the history and heritage of
towns which once had thriving Jewish communities. Visibly moved, the
individual asked if there was a translated version in English, and when
she was given the link to the translated book on JewishGen, and started
reading it, she broke down in tears.

(2) Great-Great Grandfathers Matzeiva (Tombstone): Another individual
stopped by and expressed her longing to find any information about her
great-great-grandfather. Nolan Altman (VP for Data Acquisition) was
there, did a quick search on JOWBR (JewishGen's Online Worldwide Burial
Registry) and helped her find the record for the gravestone of her great-
great-grandfather, which also included the name of her great-great-great-
grandfather!

(3)Bar/Bat Mitzvah Projects: A member of the JewishGen family stopped by
the booth, saw the literature about JewishGen's Memorial Plaques Project,
and was so inspired that he committed to having his synagogue's youth
department participate.

(4) Possible Connections: An individual was thrilled to discover the
JewishGen Family Finder, and that there were 90 people researching the
same town she was.

To view a listing of the Booth Talks which took place at the conference,
along with a few pictures, please visit:
http://tinyurl.com/BoothTalks2017

Please stay tuned for more updates.

Avraham Groll
Director
JewishGen.org


Vienna Marriage Record #austria-czech

kisanders
 

Hello Genners,
I have been trying to view the marriage record of my relatives on Family Search.org. They were
married in Vienna, and I have all the info, but I can't seen to get the way to view the record. Not
being very savvy with Family Search, I am hoping that some kind soul will find the record for me.
The information I have >from the Genteam.at is this:
Ferdinand Lowy - groom, origin - Wien

Ettel Thurmann - bride, origin - Lemberg

No. 233927 - Marriage record
Date of Marriage - Aug. 13, 1893

I am most interested in when Ferdinand was born, and who were his parents. There are so many
Ferdinand Lowy's in Vienna, and I am trying to determine which one he is.

Thank you.

Karen Sanders
West Haven, CT


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Viewmate Question #austria-czech

E Feinstein
 

I've posted a vital record in German for which I need a translation. It is on ViewMate at the
following address ...
http://www.jewishgen.org/viewmate/viewmateview.asp?key=VM58532
I wanted to know what skal means after some of the names. It appears a lot.
Please respond via the form provided in the ViewMate application.
Thank you very much.
Eric FEINSTEIN
New Jersey


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Vienna Marriage Record #austria-czech

kisanders
 

Hello Genners,
I have been trying to view the marriage record of my relatives on Family Search.org. They were
married in Vienna, and I have all the info, but I can't seen to get the way to view the record. Not
being very savvy with Family Search, I am hoping that some kind soul will find the record for me.
The information I have >from the Genteam.at is this:
Ferdinand Lowy - groom, origin - Wien

Ettel Thurmann - bride, origin - Lemberg

No. 233927 - Marriage record
Date of Marriage - Aug. 13, 1893

I am most interested in when Ferdinand was born, and who were his parents. There are so many
Ferdinand Lowy's in Vienna, and I am trying to determine which one he is.

Thank you.

Karen Sanders
West Haven, CT


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Conference Highlights #2 - New Exhibitor Booth & Booth Talks #austria-czech

Groll, Avraham
 

Dear JewishGen Family,

JewishGen had a very successful and productive experience at the 37th
annual IAJGS Conference (which was held July 23-28 in Orlando, FL),
offering an outstanding variety of sessions, workshops, and luncheons
throughout its duration. During these weeks following the conference,
we are posting highlights of our activity, including a review of some
of the major announcements which were first unveiled at the conference.
The previous issue can be accessed here:
http://tinyurl.com/IAJGS2017-A

Today's focus is on JewishGen's new Exhibitor Booth. We designed this
booth with the intention of offering a more professional experience,
and plan to use it as we expand our marketing efforts and promote
JewishGen to a much wider audience. As part of this strategy, we also
debuted our "Booth Talks" program, whereby JewishGen experts offered
booth visitors a short, five minute presentation on a particular topic.
This enabled conference participants an opportunity to connect with
experts, while giving JewishGen staff the opportunity to engage, and
forge new connections. Throughout the conference, hundreds of people
stopped by the booth, >from JewishGen volunteers, donors, users, members
of other organizations, and even some of the hotel staff. Here are some
highlights:

(1) Yizkor Books: A member of the JewishGen family walked up to the
booth, pulled an old book out of her bag, and asked Rebecca Schaeffer (a
member of the booth team, and Assistant to the Director) if she could
identify it. Rebecca explained that it was a Yizkor (memorial) book,
written by Holocaust survivors to perpetuate the history and heritage of
towns which once had thriving Jewish communities. Visibly moved, the
individual asked if there was a translated version in English, and when
she was given the link to the translated book on JewishGen, and started
reading it, she broke down in tears.

(2) Great-Great Grandfathers Matzeiva (Tombstone): Another individual
stopped by and expressed her longing to find any information about her
great-great-grandfather. Nolan Altman (VP for Data Acquisition) was
there, did a quick search on JOWBR (JewishGen's Online Worldwide Burial
Registry) and helped her find the record for the gravestone of her great-
great-grandfather, which also included the name of her great-great-great-
grandfather!

(3)Bar/Bat Mitzvah Projects: A member of the JewishGen family stopped by
the booth, saw the literature about JewishGen's Memorial Plaques Project,
and was so inspired that he committed to having his synagogue's youth
department participate.

(4) Possible Connections: An individual was thrilled to discover the
JewishGen Family Finder, and that there were 90 people researching the
same town she was.

To view a listing of the Booth Talks which took place at the conference,
along with a few pictures, please visit:
http://tinyurl.com/BoothTalks2017

Please stay tuned for more updates.

Avraham Groll
Director
JewishGen.org


Looking for Löwy –Thurman descendants #austria-czech

kisanders
 

The following are my Loewy - Thurman relatives. Moses David Thurman and my
great grandfather were brothers. I would love to make connect with any descendants,
or anyone who has further information on these people. There seem to be many Loewy
families >from Vienna listed in Family Finder -- must be a name like Miller in the U.S.!


Ettel > Emma Thurman 1865 - Oct. 1936 b. Lemberg, Austria d. Vienna, Austria
(parents: Moses David Thurman & Lea Rubinsahl)
Married Ferdinand Loewy Aug. 13,1893
Emma & Ferdinand's children:

Julie Loewy Dec. 28, 1897 b. Vienna, Austria
Otto Loewy March 12, 1899- b. Vienna, Austria
Valarie Loewy July 25, 1900 b. Vienna, Austria
Gustav Loewy Feb. 23, 1902 b. Vienna, Austria
Grethe Loewy March 28, 1903 b. Vienna, Austria


Thank you.

Karen Sanders
West Haven, CT

MODERATOR NOTE: Please don't use umlauts or accents. JewishGen's mail program
cannot handle them and they need to be corrected manually.


Seeking my Lowy - Thurman relatives #austria-czech

kisanders
 

Hello Genners,

The following are my Lowy-Thurman relatives. Moses David Thurman and my gr-grandfather
were brothers. I would love to make contact with any descendants, or anyone who has further
information on these people.


There seem to be many Lowy families in Vienna, listed in the Family Finder.


Ettel-Emma Thurman 1865-Oct. 1936 b. Lemberg, Austria d. Vienna, Austria
(her parents were Moses David Thurman & Lea Rubinsahl) She married Ferdinand Lowy, in
Vienna, Aug. 13, 1893. They had the following children, all born in Vienna:
Julie - Dec. 28, 1897
Otto - March 12, 1899
Valarie - July 12, 1900
Gustav - Feb. 23, 1902
Grethe - March 28, 1903


Thank you.

Karen Sanders
West Haven, CT


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Looking for Löwy –Thurman descendants #austria-czech

kisanders
 

The following are my Loewy - Thurman relatives. Moses David Thurman and my
great grandfather were brothers. I would love to make connect with any descendants,
or anyone who has further information on these people. There seem to be many Loewy
families >from Vienna listed in Family Finder -- must be a name like Miller in the U.S.!


Ettel > Emma Thurman 1865 - Oct. 1936 b. Lemberg, Austria d. Vienna, Austria
(parents: Moses David Thurman & Lea Rubinsahl)
Married Ferdinand Loewy Aug. 13,1893
Emma & Ferdinand's children:

Julie Loewy Dec. 28, 1897 b. Vienna, Austria
Otto Loewy March 12, 1899- b. Vienna, Austria
Valarie Loewy July 25, 1900 b. Vienna, Austria
Gustav Loewy Feb. 23, 1902 b. Vienna, Austria
Grethe Loewy March 28, 1903 b. Vienna, Austria


Thank you.

Karen Sanders
West Haven, CT

MODERATOR NOTE: Please don't use umlauts or accents. JewishGen's mail program
cannot handle them and they need to be corrected manually.


Austria-Czech SIG #Austria-Czech Seeking my Lowy - Thurman relatives #austria-czech

kisanders
 

Hello Genners,

The following are my Lowy-Thurman relatives. Moses David Thurman and my gr-grandfather
were brothers. I would love to make contact with any descendants, or anyone who has further
information on these people.


There seem to be many Lowy families in Vienna, listed in the Family Finder.


Ettel-Emma Thurman 1865-Oct. 1936 b. Lemberg, Austria d. Vienna, Austria
(her parents were Moses David Thurman & Lea Rubinsahl) She married Ferdinand Lowy, in
Vienna, Aug. 13, 1893. They had the following children, all born in Vienna:
Julie - Dec. 28, 1897
Otto - March 12, 1899
Valarie - July 12, 1900
Gustav - Feb. 23, 1902
Grethe - March 28, 1903


Thank you.

Karen Sanders
West Haven, CT

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