|Ray Cannata (#46894163)|
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Presbyterian pastor in New Orleans of (mostly) Russian-Jewish, Norwegian and French descent.|
I am currently most interested in research on my family's::
1. Elizavetgrad Jews
Siebel (Siebelewky, Tsibulevsky)
Pober (Poberesky, Poberezsky)
2. Orla / Grodno Jews
Kirzner (Kirsner, Kirschner)
3. New Orleans French
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|Harold Atkins||Rebecca Gaefinkel|
You are correct. Her husband was Benjamin Garfinkel, who preceded her to the US and died before she arrived with her children.
|Harold Atkins||RE: Rebecca Garfinkel|
Thank you for getting back to me so rapidly. I checked my notes from the Samuels family. That is where I obtained the information about her birth in Vilnius in 1873 and is so stated in my Family Tree Maker file. However, it seems that she must have moved to the Ukraine when she married David Schmykis(Samuels). Thanks again. I appreciate your work.
Harold L. Atkins
|Harold Atkins||Grave for Rebecca Breindel Garfinkel|
I note that you have her birth in Vilnius, Lithuania. She is my wife's grandmother and all the evidence I have is that she was born in Annapol, Ukraine, but the family were Litvaks. Do you have any other documentation?
One more thing. I have another child for Thomas & Nannie Gulledge Crowson. Fred Bayard Crowson. He lived and died in Goldsboro, NC where he was a banker. He was not on findagrave, so using information from death certificates, I put he and his wife on findagrave and linked him to Thomas S Crowson. They are buried at Willow Dale Cemetery in Goldsboro, Wayne Co, NC
|Record Keeper||Clara Crowson|
I researched the Crowson family for my friend, a nephew of Fannie Hutchinson Crowson. He told me that Clara was to be married and was given an 'ice cream social' by her friends. Clara got sick and died. I found the story in the Wadesboro paper. It said that it was a hot day and raw eggs were put in the ice cream which sickened people. I can't remember how many died, but Clara died before she was married.
|Record Keeper||Thomas Crowson|
Thomas Crowson married 2nd Fannie Hutchinson on 7 March 1894 in Anson Co. Fannie moved to Salisbury, Rowan, NC where her family had moved to run a boarding house. Fannie Crowson is buried at Chestnut Hill Cemetery in Salisbury.
|Mary Russell||RE: Levy|
Thank you for that. I move on then to something else.
One added bit of information. Mine was married to Mary Bernstein in 1895
|Mary Russell||David Levy|
I was wondering if you could give me some information on David Levy. I am trying to locate a David Levy. Mine is born the same year as your's but I don't have a death date. He lived in Conn. at the time of my information. I think you may have the same one I have. Mine attended the university of Pa. If this is the correct one, I have a picture of him I want to add to your memorial. It is from his 1895 20 year reunion yearbook of the Pa. University.
|SkåneBesökare||RE: regina dreyfus|
Thank you for the quick reply! I've been researching a family with the name of Dreyfous, their name was misspelled as Dreyfus in a number of instances, but I don't think Regina was related. If I come across any data that could link her to others, I'll let you know. Thanks again.
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