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Re: Franz A. Neuhauser, Germany>WI 1819-1879
Posted by: J. L. Date: April 18, 2001 at 15:48:28
In Reply to: Re: Franz A. Neuhauser, Germany>WI 1819-1879 by Betseylee Neuhauser of 67

Franz; April 18, 2,001

Am I ever happy to find you! I have been researching my jewish family tree since 1994 with very little success.

Grandpa Harry's family came from a place in Russia on the border of Russia and Poland.
The town is pronounced komonistipultz, but this is not the correct spelling. I have one tombstone photo with Jacob's name on it.

I will appreciate any and all information you have on the blassman family. Please note. Some of the family currently changed the name to one 's' because it looked less jewish. What does that matter? All someone has to do is check a person's ancestory to see if he/she is of jewish descent. That is what Hitler did.

Oh my. Wouldn't it be something if it turned out that our family is related to that madman? My sixteen year old son just told me that it would be something if my family truely was related to german descent. That in it selt will fulfill prophecy that father will turn against son.

Please excuse me for rambling on. Some parts of family research are touchy subjects with me.

I look forward to hearing from you. Please send me information whether you think my family fits or not so I can see the names you have.
Singing His praises,
J. L.
Harry Blassman
sept. 25 1890-1974

Entered america on ship through east coast possibly New york.

served in WW1.

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