Researching: HEINISCH, Felix #general


Allan Karan
 

Since I have exhausted my research in documenting Felix HEINISCH, I need
some smart people on JewishGen to help me.

Other than the following facts, I have not been able to find any census,
addresses or naturalization documents other than Felix HEINISCH's
immigration where he states that he is staying with his sister Gertrude. I
have completely document his brother Alfred and his sister Gertrude. I have
also searched variations of his name HEINISCH.

Researching: HEINISCH, Felix

Born: abt. 1909 (>from Immigration documents)

Immigration: 13 May 1926 (I have these documents)

Alfred HEINISCH 1967 obituary says he has a brother living in New York.

Death: Oct 1989 (In SS Database, but have not confirmed it is the Felix I am
researching)

Thanks,

Allan

Researching:
KARAN (CHARON, KHARON, KHARAKH, CHARACH) and KNIGER >from Kopyl; Grozovo;
Chepeli; Slutsk, Belarus, PERSKY >from Kremenchuk, Ukraine EPSTEIN from
Kobrin, Belarus

Allan S. Karan
White Plains, NY
akaran1@hotmail.com


Dave Strausfeld <davestra@...>
 

One possibility to consider is that he was not allowed into the USA.

Usually at the end of the passenger manifest for any ship there is a
listing of the people who were detained or sent back for one reason
or another (e.g. convicts, other people deemed unfit). So I don't know
if you'll find anything but it's worth scrolling to the end of the
passenger manifest and looking at those last pages.

D. Strausfeld

<Allan Karan, akaran1@hotmail.com, wrote:
Other than the following facts, I have not been able to find any census,
addresses or naturalization documents other than Felix HEINISCH's
immigration where he states that he is staying with his sister Gertrude.
Researching:  HEINISCH, Felix
Born: abt. 1909 (>from Immigration documents)
Immigration: 13 May 1926 (I have these documents)>


bette_sscf <bette_sscf@...>
 

Allan Karan wrote:
<<Other than the following facts, I have not been able to find any census,
addresses or naturalization documents other than Felix HEINISCH's
immigration where he states that he is staying with his sister Gertrude. I
have completely document his brother Alfred and his sister Gertrude.
Alfred HEINISCH 1967 obituary says he has a brother living in New York.
Death: Oct 1989 (In SS Database, but have not confirmed it is the Felix I am
researching)>>

If not done already, contact every possible relative of Alfred and Gertrude
(including in-laws such as sisters of Alfred's wife Julia - Marguerite and
Helen nee TASKEVICS) who might have knowledge about Felix and his possible
return to Germany.

Request Felix' naturalization documents or, if not naturalized, his 1940
Alien Registration with address updates >from the USCIS Genealogy Program

< http://www.uscis.gov/sites/default/files/USCIS/History%20and%20Genealogy/Genealogy/genealogy_brochure.pdf >.

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Confirm whether Felix Heinisch born 27 Apr 1908 who died Oct 1989 in
Frankfurt Germany is Alfred and Gertrude's brother by requesting his Social
Security Application to confirm parents' names including mother Bertha
OLBRUCH.

Contact the Consulate General of the United States in Frankfurt, Germany <
http://frankfurt.usconsulate.gov/ >. At least until 1974, U.S. Consulates
issued American Foreign Service Form FS 192 "Report of the Death of an
American Citizen" to the U.S. Department of State. An example of this Report
contains such details as name in full, occupation, native or naturalized,
date of death, age, place of death, cause of death, disposition of remains,
disposition of effects, person or official responsible for custody of
effects and accounting thereafter, copy of this report sent to, traveling or
residing abroad with friends or relatives as follows, other known relatives,
information and data concerning inventory of effects placed under File 330
in this office, and remarks. Whether or not Felix was a naturalized American
citizen, request a record of his death in Germany.

Consult New York City telephone directories for 1958 or 1959 (when SS number
issued), 1967 and later.

Good luck!
Bette Stoop Mas
USA


Larry Gaum
 

Dave Strausfeld <davestra@ymail.com> wrote:
One possibility to consider is that he was not allowed into the USA.
Another point to consider is that he may have gone to Canada. There is
a Heinisch family in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Larry Gaum, Toronto