Help with name and address in ship's manifests #usa #general #names #records


dwguard1-jgrom@...
 

Giannis,

Which Ancestry database is the 1899 card from?

I couldn't find the person on the Clinton address in the 1900 US Census.

Thanks,
David


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David Weinman

WEINMAN/WEXLER/WALDMAN (Majdan, Poland), KAPLAN/MACHLIN (Slutsk, Belarus), GREENFIELD/GREENBERG (Nemyriv, Ukraine), GINGOLD (Divin, Belarus), BRALOWER/BRALVER (Botosani, Romania)


pathetiq1@...
 

Hi David, 

Regarding Moses Weichsel who arrived in 1905, I believe that his brother-in-law's name was William Cohn and he was living at 696 Gates (?) Ave, Brooklyn. Here is a possible match in the1905 census, 

https://www.ancestry.com/search/collections/7364/?name=W*_Cohn&birth=_austria_5028&birth_x=_1-0&count=50&name_x=1_1&pcat=cen_1900&residence=_kings-new+york-usa_1610&residence_x=5-0-0_1-0

About the one that arrived in 1899, he was going to 48 Clinton Str, (or maybe Avenue) Brooklyn (as you wrote). The b-i-l was probably F. Weismann. The first letter F is clear in the attached card. 
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Giannis Daropoulos 

Greece


dwguard1-jgrom@...
 

I am researching Moses Weichsel.

I see two Moses Weichsels who immigrated to the US in 1899 and in 1905. I am guessing they are the same person - same town, right ages - but the 1905 record says he was never in the United States.

For the one in 1899, I am not sure of the name of the brother-in-law he is coming to join. Is it Weinmann or Weismann? What is the first initial?
I could not find either name at that address (48 Clinton St) in the 1900 US Census (ED372).

For the one in 1905, I am not sure of the name or address of the brother-in-law.

Can anyone successfully read the names and addresses of the brothers-in-law or find them in the Census records?

Thanks,
David

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David Weinman

WEINMAN/WEXLER/WALDMAN (Majdan, Poland), KAPLAN/MACHLIN (Slutsk, Belarus), GREENFIELD/GREENBERG (Nemyriv, Ukraine), GINGOLD (Divin, Belarus), BRALOWER/BRALVER (Botosani, Romania)