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Posted by: barbara (ID *****7175) Date: February 05, 2010 at 08:54:05
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My uncle Ted's father was born in Switzerland. His name was Hans Tuffli. Hans had at least two brothers(those I know of) Bartholmew, and Charles. They immigrated together, but one of them I think returned to Switz(not positive about this though).

Hans married Katy Joos(parents were born in Switz as well--Martin Joos and Magdalean Arms). Hans and Katy had:(not in order except the first one.
Magdalean who died in Helen Montana in 2005 age 106, she had married Cyril Wright Taylor of England.
Andrew, Arthur, Ted*(my unlce-he married my mom's sister Helen Josephine Bradley of Salem Ma. They lived in Nahant Ma all their married lives, no children. Ted died in Oct 1988, and Helen Jan 1992.
Ann, Mary, and I know I'm missing a few.
Children were born in ND, and Oregon.

I'd like to learn who Hans parents were, were there other sibblings. Did Bartholmew, and Charles marry (either here or in Switz) and have children.
When did Hans and his brothers immigrated, name of ship, port od dept(may have been LaHavre?) and prot/date of entry. to USA.

Thank you
Barbara


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