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John Kunz III Home,

John Kunz III Home,

John Kunz III Home, Switzerland, Courtesy of Blaine Kunz

John Kunz III and David Kunz LDS Missionary Photos, 1880's

John Kunz III and David Kunz LDS Missionary Photos, 1880's

John Kunz III and David Kunz LDS Missionary Photos, 1880's, Courtesy of Diane Rasi-Koskinen
John Kunz III Top L-R 4th
David Kunz Top L-R 8th

Sam and Alice Rosenbaum 1940s

Sam and Alice Rosenbaum 1940s

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 Rosenbaum

Nathan Rosenbaum

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.

Nathan Rosenbaum

Nathan Rosenbaum

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.

Charles Pulham

Charles Pulham

Charles Pulham was born in a village called Stradbroke in Suffolk England 21 Feb 1842. Generations of his family had been born and bred there since the 1400s. He was one of the first to move and he did this by emigrating to Chicago, Illinois in 1867. A stair carpenter who lived and died 1926 in Elmhurst.

Submitted by Debi Coone, ggg niece