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Seeking addition information on Seide faimily from Obonick, Prussia #poland #germany


Bruce Seide
 

Attached Extract of birth certificate of Solomon Seide Dec. 1843


Jane Neff Rollins
 

Is this the Solomon Seide who immigrated to the United States, fought in the Civil War, subsequently settled in New York and died in 1934? I've been researching him for an article I'm writing.

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Jane Neff Rollins
Montrose CA USA

Locations -- Surnames
Tiraspol -- Kishinevsky, Zeilikovich, Sirota
Slonim/Volkovysk/Svisloch -- Klebansky, Vatnik 
Berdichev -- Chernorudsky
Zhitomir -- Pekler, Gumenik, Gorlovsky, Garber


Bruce Seide
 

Jane,
Correct, this is the same Solomon Seide.  I don't know what information you currently have but I've been willing to share any information,documents or photos I have about Solomon.  Can you share any more information about your article?  Is Solomon related to you?

Regards,
Bruce Seide 
Charleston, SC
bseide@...


danbrockman@...
 

Well, it seems that you are looking for Obornik. In Obornik Administrative District along with Rogasen, Murowana Goslin and Ryczywol in Prussia. 

And, if you have his Unit or Regiment in the Civil War that would also be important in this discussion. At least the State where he enlisted.


Bruce Seide
 

Enlisted in San Francisco on Dec. 20, 1864 into the 2nd Infantry as a musician (bugler).  Served 1 yr. 9 months.

Bruce Seide
Charleston, SC