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GROSBERG, St. Louis, early 1900s
Posted by: Gary Lukatch (ID *****3455) Date: September 08, 2012 at 05:48:13
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Looking for information on Abraham and Sarah Grosberg and their descendants. They immigrated to Missouri from Panevezys, Lithuania, around 1892, with their children, one of whom was later known as Fannie. She was first married to Nathan Evans around 1895-6, had a son named Jules, then later married Isaac Lukatch (Itzek Lukatsch), probably around 1905-6, who immigrated from Ostrog, Ukraine, around early 1900. Fanny and Ike had two children, Milton and Sylvia Lukatch; Milton was my father. I found a message on ancestry.com from an Erika Gottfried, who stated Sarah was also her great-grandmother; I wrote to Erika late August 2012, but have not heard from her so far. Any information on the Grosberg family would be appreciated. NB: Sarah died 1905; found her gravestone on Billion Graves.com. No death date found for Abraham, but probably between 1910 and 1920.


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