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Re: Looking for Family/Friends of Slotnickís, Sandolaskiís, Sheltonís of Victoria,TX
Posted by: Carol Powell (ID *****9811) Date: May 20, 2014 at 05:41:08
In Reply to: Looking for Family/Friends of Slotnickís, Sandolaskiís, Sheltonís of Victoria,TX by Erica Hersh of 65429

1930 Precinct 4, Victoria, Texas census
Household        Gender       Age       Birthplace
Head       Ed Slotnick       M       43        Russia, Birth Year (Estimated): 1887
Wife       Rae Slotnick       F       38        Texas
Son       Harry A Slotnick M       1        Texas
Servant       Minnie Voleckz       F       26        Texas
1940 Ward 3, Victoria, Justice Precinct 1, Victoria, Texas census
Household        Gender       Age       Birthplace
Head       Ed Slotnick       M       53        Russia
Wife       Rae Slotnick       F       50        Texas
Son       Harry Alvin Slotnick       11        Texas
Ed Slotnick, "United States World War II Draft Registration Cards, Place: Victoria, Victoria, Texas Birth Date: 27 Mar 1887
Ed Slotnick, "Texas, Deaths,Death Date: 03 Aug 1963 Place: Victoria, Victoria, Texas, Birth Date: 27 Mar 1887
Sophie Heyck Death Date: 05 Sep 1920 Place: Victoria, Texas
Often the best place to find where someone was from is to start with where they died. I suggest getting death certificates and obituaries. Both should have parents' names and obit may have exact birthplace and surviving siblings which can be a BIG help. If you know where they married then get their marriage record. If you know what cemetery these people are buried in their headstones should give birth and death dates. If you know what church they were members of or where they are buried check with each to see what may be in their records on them. You might try www.familysearch.com; findagrave.com; Family Finder at FTDNA.com Newspapers are archived on microfilm in public libraries and local historical societies. If you can visit a Family History Ctr, you can order microfilm from LDS in Salt Lake City


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