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Fani Jurowics in NY with Berta Davidowitz : Ship Manifest #general


Moishe Miller
 

Hi,
Thanks for the thinking it might be Varick. I tried a reverse search in the census for 1910, looking at both Varick in Brooklyn and Manhattan, but there was either no "120" or no Yurowitz at that address. The same was true for a different suggestion, NEVINS. I have not found the Yurowitz at that address either in 1910. 
 
I will try this for your suggestion of Third Street.
 
Thank you,
 
Moishe Miller
Brooklyn, NY
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Diane Jacobs
 

Looks like 120 Varick or Third street.

Diane Jacobs 



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From: Moishe Miller <moishe.miller@...>
Date: 5/25/20 1:36 PM (GMT-05:00)
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Subject: [JewishGen.org] Fani Jurowics in NY with Berta Davidowitz : Ship Manifest #general

Dear Group,
My cousin, Fani Jurovits (born 1887), arrived in NY on the Bremen, 24 Sep 1913. Fani was my great-grandfather's baby sister. It was nice to see Fani's father as the last address in Europe. Moses Jurovics, her father, was my g-g-gf, and my namesake.

On the second page of the manifest (attached), Line 26 has Fani listed, together with her cousin, Berta Davidowitz, as going to some address that starts with 120, perhaps Nevins. I am trying to make out the name of her cousin that was her destination, as well as the address. The name is overwrittne. Can anyone read the destination?
The supposed cousin never showed up and Fani and Berta DAVIDOWITZ were released to the Clara de Hirsch Home (see the detained passenger list, attached).

I also checked the Bremen departure lists, but for 1913, they only seem to start in October, and there is a gap back to 1908.

I have found Fani's 1919 NY marriage to Jacob Zeisler, a widower. I would like to find out who this "destination" cousin was and, where was Fani between 1913 and 1919, and how were Fani and Berta related.

Thank you. Stay safe, stay healthy,
Moishe Miller
Brooklyn, NY
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Diane Jacobs, Somerset, New Jersey


Moishe Miller
 

Dear Group,
My cousin, Fani Jurovits (born 1887), arrived in NY on the Bremen, 24 Sep 1913. Fani was my great-grandfather's baby sister. It was nice to see Fani's father as the last address in Europe. Moses Jurovics, her father, was my g-g-gf, and my namesake.

On the second page of the manifest (attached), Line 26 has Fani listed, together with her cousin, Berta Davidowitz, as going to some address that starts with 120, perhaps Nevins. I am trying to make out the name of her cousin that was her destination, as well as the address. The name is overwrittne. Can anyone read the destination?
The supposed cousin never showed up and Fani and Berta DAVIDOWITZ were released to the Clara de Hirsch Home (see the detained passenger list, attached).

I also checked the Bremen departure lists, but for 1913, they only seem to start in October, and there is a gap back to 1908.

I have found Fani's 1919 NY marriage to Jacob Zeisler, a widower. I would like to find out who this "destination" cousin was and, where was Fani between 1913 and 1919, and how were Fani and Berta related.

Thank you. Stay safe, stay healthy,
Moishe Miller
Brooklyn, NY
moishe.miller@...
MODERATOR NOTE: Please reply privately with family information