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Re: Kozlowski's of the Jewish persuation
Posted by: William Paul Ezzell Date: September 03, 2000 at 06:32:30
In Reply to: Kozlowski's of the Jewish persuation by J Kozlowski of 210

Yes J. Kozlowski, there are Jewish Kosloskys out there. Issac Koslosky came to this Country , age 15 a tailors apprentice. Who he traveled with and the port of entry unknown at this time. He and his family eventually settled in Kansas City. He went on to Alaska and participated in the Gold Rush treks. He married Lena Schindleman in Kansas City and returned to Alaska 1915 and established a business. He and his wife had four sons and one daughter. More info available if interested. (This is from my wife's family history)


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