Well, I guess I'm the only one on this thread, but I'd like to add my latest discovery.
I found this today. I found some Form 30A's in Canada (Canadian Immigration Forms) for the family...when they mobed to Canada. My grandfather set sail on th SS Doric on Oct 26, 1923. He lists his name as Nicolai Grabovisiner, but signs his name Miklos. He later switched it to Nicholas Grabow.
I have copies of cards for (and these are the names they used w/spelling:
Anna Grabovisiner (52 in 1923)
Cili Grabovisiner (16 in 1923) < Celia
Ella Grabovisiner (12 in 1923)
Giza Grabovisiner (22 in 1923) < Geisha
Nicolai Grabovisiner (17 in 1923)
Michel Grabovisiner (15 in 1923) < Maybe Mack?
(all above on the SS Doric Oct 26 1923)
Margarite Grabovisiner (18 in 1923)
(Sailed on SS Regina Sep 14 1923)
Eva Grabovszky (21 in 1922) < Notice the 'z' (lists husband as "Sandor") see below. This would be Eva, the wife of Alex and not Eva the sister.
(Sailed SS Canada 2/22/1922)
Nandor Grabovszky (22 in 1922) < Possible Alex (AlexANDOR)
(Sailed SS Regina Aug 19, 1922)
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