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Anton and Kathorine (Beirlien) Rehling and family came from Torontal szigit Austria Hungary. They came to the USA in 1905 and homesteaded in Hebron, North Dakota.
Back row left to right: Peter, Adam, Joseph, Kathorine
Middle row left to right: Henry, Anton (Father), Anton, Kathorine (mother), Matthew, Magdalina
Front row left to right: Paul and baby Theresa
Submitted by Stacy Simonson, great great grandchild
the little girl could be my great-grandmother with her parents, but the man looks not as my g-g-grandpa
Picture of my great grandmother, Anastasia Radowicz Ospachuk (second from left), and possibly her sister, niece, and a friend.
Catherine Stislow / Scislowicz as they came from Poland in 1906 with the 5 yr old Michalina (later "Mamie"), Mary Anna, and the Louis (Ludwika) Scislowicz. From Nowy Targ, Poland which was Galicia, Austria-Hungary at that time.
Submitted by Dominick G. Kass, great grandson of Catherine Stislow/Scislowicz
Sam Rosenbaum was born in April of 1875 in Austria-Hungary. He was the son of Lillian Friedman Rosenbaum and Leopold Rosenbaum. He immigrated with his family to the U.S.A. in 1881.
Nathan was born on April 1, 1845 in Chapsave, Austria-Hungary. He was the son of Lillian Friedman Rosenbaum (1844-1908) and Leopold Rosenbaum (1845-1912). He married Jennie Kaber in 1897. They had the following children: Walter Rosenbaum (1897-1981), Darwin Rosenbaum (1900-1908), Zelma Rosenbaum Morris Passell (1901-1995), and Joseph Rosenbaum (1905-1979). Nathan was in the shoe business in Youngstown, OH. He died on February 8, 1962 in Youngstown, OH.
*Photo from the collection of Rob Rosenbaum, grandson of Nathan Rosenbaum.