15147Re: [S-R] Now that I have found the ship of arrival, what can I do next?
- May 1, 2006There was a Kiss (Kish) family at my grandmother's
church on the east side of Cleveland -- St. Michael's
Russian Orthodox -- now known as Archangel Michael
Orthodox -- and now in Broadview, OH -- they have
records going back to about 1926-1927 and will share
--- "S. R." <srkrizan@...> wrote:
> I need to find the town he came from in the__________________________________________________
> Hungarian Empire. Would there
> be any records in Antwerp?
> Emigration Sep 27, 1892 to Philadelphia PA from
> Antwerp Belgium on the ship
> Pennsylvania PAL ("Paul Kish" at death) (KISS) Kis
> born May 02, 1862 in the
> Hungarian Empire, spoke Hungarian, Roman Catholic
> died Oct 06, 1941 in
> Unionville, Ohio, 79 yrs., Ashtabula Co. Evergreen
> That is all I know from certain.
> Simon Richard KRIZAN SRkrizan@...
> Searching for
> Gergely, Gombos, Gorcsos, Hajdu, (KIS, Kiss or
> Kish), Sase, (Suzek or
> Suzer), (TUROCZY, Turocziy or Turoczi) ), & Varga
> all from the Hungarian
> [Non-text portions of this message have been
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