U.S. National Homes for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, 1866-1938 Record for Jacob ZawertanyU.S. National Homes for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers, 1866-1938
Enrolled 5/28/1917 Milwaukee WI Pvt Co H 127 WI INF discharged 5/18/1919 CPL Grant Illinois
deviation of nasal septum
Born Russia 5'8" Brown eyes, blond hair Orthodox religion
decorator wife Clara 226 Clark St Milwaukee
Jacob is listed in regards to a petition filed in Toledo Ohio regarding the citizenship of John Firtko's father John
also listed in regards to a citizenship application filed by Frank F Post in Glendale CA
also listed in regards to a soldier's naturalization in Lansing MI
Jacob immigrated from Buzowka Russia 5/10/1913. He left on the ship Bosnia, a steamboat, from Hamburg, Ger, and arrived in Halifax, Nova Scotia. He traveled "between decks", or steerage. There were other people from his hometown on board, but none with his last name. He was a day laborer.
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