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1907 Ship's with, Roumanian immigrants, to Brooklyn, New York.

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Re: 1907 Ship's with, Roumanian immigrants, to Brooklyn, New York.

Posted: 24 Nov 2011 10:09AM GMT
Classification: Query
Good morning, and a Happy Thanksgiving. I am on the west coast, so it's early.

To answer your questions: Yes, I am sure,that the surnames, Pildescu's/Pildescue's/or Pelderson have been used for my family's name. I have a photo, of Clara's gravestone and she was buried, with the,last name, Pildescu. My grandma, Lucy, is listed, as a Lucca, in the 1930 census. I am sure, about her sister's and the Triangle Shirtwaist Fire. My family, told us about our family loss. I also have, one of the, Fire, histories, and a photo, of Jennie's grave. I have a tendency to spell her first name, a couple of different ways. Minnie, was my, grandma Lucy's, closest sister. When, Frank, died, Clara, lived with Minnie.

The 1910 census, includes a, Pildescu. There is also the family of, Marcu(s) Pildescu, listed by census. I was able to research his great help to the, jewish roumanian community. Both families are listed as emmigrating from, Roman, Roumania, my family's city. My guess, is that we are all related in some way. It's so good to share, my research with other researchers. Thank-you. Diane
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