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Rheinhards from Galicia, in Polish Austria
Posted by: Stephen Kohler (ID *****8248) Date: January 11, 2003 at 16:12:43
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Koszalka and Reinhardt/Reynhart/Reinhard With Connections To Rudnik or Stanislawow, Galicia (Old Polish Austria during the Austro-Hungarian Empire) please stand up!

The "LIST OR MANIFEST OF ALIEN PASSENGERS FOR THE UNITED STATES IMMIGRATION OFFICER AT PORT OF ARRIVAL" - New York - noted on 15 April 1913 that steerage passengers included Amelia Koszalka a house wife and mother age 40 standing 5'1" tall with brown hair and blue eyes, Boleslav her son age 10 standing 4' 4" with brown hair and blue eyes, and a daughter Stefanie age 9, standing 4'1" with brown hair and blue eyes. Their final destination is listed as the home of Michal Koszalka of Water Street, Wakefield, Massachusetts. The immigration officer noted that Amelia had $60.00 on her person and had previously entered the United States twice before in the years 1909, and 1911. All three passengers were listed as having been born in Rudnik, Galicia. There appears in the column next to Boleslav's name the numbers 1-123554 and the letters "nov".

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