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Felgenhauer in Danzig and Chicago
Posted by: Len Kling (ID *****8732) Date: May 02, 2005 at 04:08:08
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We have an old photograph of my great-grandmother's sister labeled only "Aunt Felgenhauer" - and that is the only name my dad's family knows her by, no first name. Her sister, my great-grandmother, was born Caroline Lau (Law, Low) in Danzig, East Prussia, Germany in 1858, and married Adolf Kling. They came to America about 1885 and settled in Chicago in the Hanson Park area. Caroline died in 1940. I'm assuming Aunt Felgenhauer and her family had similar dates and migration but with nothing else to go on can't find out anything about her. Does any of this ring a bell with anybody? Thanks!

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