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    Mrs. Mounce - Beyerlein from Poland

    Hello,

    my great grandfather (he lived in Poland) had got a cousin in USA. But now, after many years, we didn't know who it was.

    I found, his two aunties emigrated to USA: Marie Beyerlein and Michalina Beyerlein. When Michalina was arrived, her sister Marie was married and her name was Mrs. Mounce.

    I found three documents about their arrival:

    http://img441.imageshack.us/img441/2707/bajerlein.jpg
    http://img825.imageshack.us/img825/9175/bayerlein.jpg
    http://img843.imageshack.us/img843/9...nmichaline.jpg

    Here is a contents of 1. and 2.:
    New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957
    about Maria Bajerlein
    Name: Maria Bajerlein
    Arrival Date: 20 Oct 1898
    Birth Year: abt 1873
    Age: 25
    Gender: Female
    Ethnicity/Race/Nationality: German
    Port of Departure: Bremen
    Port of Arrival: New York, New York
    Ship Name: Kaiser Friedrich
    Search Ship Database: Search the Kaiser Friedrich
    in the 'Passenger Ships and Images' database


    New York Passenger Lists, 1820-1957
    about Michalina Bayerlein
    Name: Michalina Bayerlein
    Arrival Date: 21 Mar 1901
    Birth Year: abt 1879
    Age: 22
    Gender: Female
    Ethnicity/Race/Nationality: German
    Port of Departure: Bremen
    Port of Arrival: New York, New York
    Ship Name: Lahn
    Search Ship Database: Search the Lahn in the 'Passenger Ships and Images' database


    How can I find something about Marie and Michalina and about descendants?



    Greetings from Poland
    Pawel

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    Welcome to the forum.

    You can search the US censuses on ancestry from 1900 to 1930 to see if you can find where they lived and their relatives. You might also try familysearch.org for marriage and death information.

    Margaret

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    US census images for 1880, 1900 and 1940 can be accessed free of charge on familysearch.
    You can also use this site to search other US census, and can access a transcription of the residents of each household, although you can't access the image unless you belong to a partner site.

    The dates and availability of records (both on and off line) vary from state to state.

    Jay
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    Genealogists never die - they just swap places in the family tree

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    Thx for your help. But on ancestry I found only these documents about arrival
    I can't found any information about marriage or from census...

    I know Mrs Maunce/ Mounce adress in 1901: Elisabeth, 542 Livingston, New Jersey


    Pawel

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    Neither of those names jumping out on the censuses so guess might be badly mistranscribed.

    Not sure if you can do a search by address on ancestry for the 1900 US census.

    Margaret

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    https://familysearch.org/search/coll...ion_id=1325221

    Charles Beyerlein in Elisabeth NJ 1900 - could this be anything to do with the cousin?

    Jay
    Janet in Yorkshire



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    Here's a Mrs Lena Munce in 1910 - could it have been Michalina who married Mr Mouce? No, age is wrong for the younger sister

    https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/MK1Q-HY7

    She's the only M(o)unce with a German connection I can find in NJ in 1910

    Jay
    Last edited by Janet in Yorkshire; 11-10-13 at 17:56.
    Janet in Yorkshire



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    Hmmm, Charles is not in my family...
    This family is big riddle for me

    Pawel

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    But Mrs Mounce it was Maria, not Michalina. Sorry, if my english is difficult to understanding.

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    Nothing wrong with your English!
    I was hoping Mrs Lena Mounce was your Lady and thought of Lena being a shortened name for Michalina. After I'd posted, I realised the age was wrong and that it couldn't be Michalina anyway.


    Jay
    Janet in Yorkshire



    Genealogists never die - they just swap places in the family tree

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