In a message dated 8/8/08 11:10:01, b.stern13@...
> > Milt - thanks for the advice. By the way Milton was my father's
> name. I have more information now on my family. My grandfather,
> Joseph Michael Stern came to the US in May, 1889, on board the SS
> Columbia and entered the country at Port of New York. He was born
> and raised in Hamburg, Germany, and naturalized in Philadelphia, PA
> on 1-JUN-1903. His parents names were Meyer Stern and Sarah Fromm.
> From the 1900 US census I found out the following: He married Sonnie
> Stern (no maiden name, born JUL-1862), birthplace Germany; Sonnie's
> mother, Ernesine (I believe it to be Ernestine), was living with
> them born in Germany in 1849.
> In the 1910 census: they had one child, Frieda, born in Philadelphia
> PA in AUG-1899. Also living with the family was the sister-in-law
> Betty Ngel, listed as being single, born in Germany in 1876 and
> immigrating to the US in 1891.
> Any information anyone has is greatly appreciated. Thanks for the
> Regards, Barry Stern
> Although some of the above names are in my family I recognize none of the
combos. My STERN family is not associated with cigars that I know of. My
STERNS were only one of many in Phila. My Davidow branch was involved in cigars.
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