224Re: [Vistytis] WAISCHES Search- Instalment # 3!
- Dec 27, 2008
I also found the family in the 1891 Canadian Census, in Nipissing, Ontario. The name is spelled WAISHES. Christo, his wife Julia, and their son Charles were all born in Germany. The family was Lutheran. Their daughter Mary, age 5, was born in the US (this would be about 1886) and their son Albert, age 1, was born in Ontario, Canada. So, the family orginally immigrated to the US about 1884-1885 and then moved to Ontario, Canada, and back to the US. The 1890 US Census is incomplete, but it would be worth checking it to try to see if they lived in the US at that point, although I think they most likely already moved to Canada.Natalie
--- On Sat, 12/27/08, Lisa Waishes <lisamawa@...> wrote:
From: Lisa Waishes <lisamawa@...>
Subject: [Vistytis] WAISCHES Search
Date: Saturday, December 27, 2008, 1:39 AMHi everyone, I am a new member looking for the birthplace (or any other info) of my Great-
Grandfather and Great-Grandmother. Their names were Christopher Waisches (b. July 15,
1858) and Julia Pookes(?)(b. @1866) and they came over to either the US with their son,
Charles Waisches (b. @1883). I believe they were married @1880. I haven't been lucky
enough to uncover their immigration nor ship records. Most of the records I've dug up on
them say they were from Germany. Charles' war registration says he was born in Vilna,
Lithuania but I'm at a dead end there. Also, some records say they were from Russia....and
one woman who's ship manifest info says she was a cousin of Christoph Waisches and was
from Medwilu, Russia (which I can't find anywhere).
Anyone here know the name Waisches?? Which is now Waishes. Or could maybe point me in
the right direction of where to go from here.
Thanks so much for any help you can give!!
Lisa Waishes xx
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