More immigration and education details about Joseph Landes
The latest discovery involves departure and arrival information for my great grandfather, who traveled from Hamburg to New York on the ship Palatia in 1899.
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The Landes immigration to Canada
Immigration records newly available online point to more information about my second great grandparents’ arrival in North America.
Discovered cousins in the Lepianski branch: the Ratzken family
Searching for one set of potential cousins revealed more blood relatives, descended from my second great grandparents, Shloma Lepianski and Rochel Shai Lepianski.
Anna Lipansky Kerstman’s naturalization papers provide new clues
With Anna’s naturalization documents from the National Archives, I’m a step closer to uncovering her family’s past in Lithuania.
Samuel Berman’s migration to America from Odessa
Using tools on Fold3, I discovered Samuel Berman’s (my great grandfather’s) naturalization papers. Samuel declared his intention to become a citizen in 1912, and in 1916 completed his Petition for Naturalization, was informed of his approval, and signed the Oath of Allegiance. I hadn’t come across these documents in any other searches so far, including […]