I used to know Vera Gregorovna Rumjantzeff and Wladimir while I was living with them for a short year (Aug 1950 to Jun 1951) at 522, Ocean Ave., Lakewood NJ. I do know that both came from Russia and fled their country after the Revolution of 1917. She was a bellerina in Russia, and taught dance at her house. She sustained an ankle fracture while riding in a car which curtailed her dancing ability. Vladimir had a job as house painter and loved the game of baseball. He also was occasionally a Don Cossack singer. After I moved to Greenwich, Conn to rejoin my parents and my brother, I lost track of them.
John V Grokhowsky