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Re: Phila. Russian Jews Late 1800's
Posted by: Laura Simms Date: August 19, 2000 at 19:02:20
In Reply to: Re: Phila. Russian Jews Late 1800's by Harriet Rosen of 621

My grandmother arrived in Philadelphia in 1898 from Dorohoi, Romania. Her name as we have it was Malia krasner. Her father was the Grand Rabbi of Dorohoi in MOldavia/Moldova. She visited relatives in Philadelphia named either Gold or Rosen or Rosenberg or blatt.. And married a man named Goldner who owned land in Manhattan. Perhaps you have some information. Thank you

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