An ancestor of mine moved to Brailla from Poland in the early 1890's: Teodora Czamanski born 28 Oct 1863 (in Poland). She married there a Mr. Bogdan in the 1890's, but I don't know his first name. When Teodora (Bogdan) died in the late 1930's in Bucharest, she left everything she had to the Catholic church in Bucharest. Does anybody think that if she left photo albums there, that the church would still have them?
She had a daughter: Catharina Bogdan born around 1897 in Brailla. And she had 2 husbands: #1 was Jean (Vitile?) Ghulia, an attorney - they divorced. #2 was Mr. Manolin, a winemaker.
Any further info would be much appreciated. Thanks.
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