"Poland Kutna Russian" #general


Robert Israel <israel@...>
 

<DRGOLDIN90@aol.com> wrote:

Today I believe I found my great grandmother's brother, Louis Fisher, on
the 1901 London Census. In the column where is says "Where Born" it
says "Poland Kutna Russian". Anyone know what that means, or where it is?
I expect the town is Kutno, in Poland. At that time, most of Poland
(including Kutno) was part of the Russian Empire. Kutno is at
latitude 52 14 N, longitude 19 22 E, 69 miles west of Warsaw.

Robert Israel israel@math.ubc.ca
Vancouver, BC, Canada


drgoldin90@...
 

Hi All

Today I believe I found my great grandmother's brother, Louis Fisher, on
the 1901 London Census. In the column where is says "Where Born" it
says "Poland Kutna Russian". Anyone know what that means, or where it is?

Happy New Year to all and an easy fast.

Marge Goldin
Dix Hills, NY USA

Also researching: AUSTRIAN/AUSTRYAN (Radom Poland), BREGMAN/BREAKSTONE
(Slutsk, Russia), MEISELMAN/MEISELMANN (Galicia, Austria and Budapest,
Hungary), ELBERT (Budapest Hungary)