Re: [Genealogy Research Club] San Francisco immigration records?
- Try Ancestry.com. If you do not have a subscription, try your local library
or Family History Center. Just the other day I got 3 immigration records of
cousins coming and going to and from the Canadian border during the early
20th Century. Hope this helps
On 6/21/07, Zarah <zarah@...> wrote:
> Does anyone know if there are records of immigrants who came into the
> country through San Francisco and the surrounding area? Something like
> Ellis Island, but for the West Coast?
> I'm trying to track down additional information about my ggrandparents:
> Ralph Dixson b.1905 served in the Philippines during WWII and while
> there married Patracino Cruezada b.1912. I believe that they, as well
> as at least three children and possibly Patracino's mother and sister
> (s), traveled by boat from the Philippines to San Francisco shortly
> after the Japanese surrendered, probably late 1945 or early 1946. They
> might have been living on an Army base when they got here, before
> moving to Oregon.
> What I'm hoping to find is the name(s) and relationship(s) of my
> ggrandmother's family who traveled with them. Any suggestions?
Forrest Plumstead WB5HQO
Researching Plumstead, Schroeder,
Risser, Hobson, Senne, Watt, Heald
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