I am looking for marriage records for Edwin Graham Rehders, born August 23rd, 1896 and died July 1st, 1960. I know he was married to Flora Belle Valentine and Sarah Etta Gaw Bryan, but do not have any marriage records - dates or locations - for either marriage. Edwin did have one son, William Thomas Rehders born February 13th, 1919 in Young County, Texas, United States, with Sarah.
I am looking for immigration/emigration information for August Thomas (aliases: Tamoszevicz, Tamosevocus, Tamosevic, Tamosecescius, Tamaszavik.) I do not know what port he came through or what ship he was on. I cannot find him in the Ellis Island database and I don’t know what my next step should be. Any help is welcomed and appreciated.
·Born abt. 1877 in Lithuania
·Immigrated to the United States abt. 1903
·Married Amelia Morkunnut (aliases: Emily, Emilia Morkunas/ Morkunaite,) also born in Lithuania, 21 Nov 1908
·Employed by Stark Coal Company in Libertyville, Vigo, Indiana, United States as a miner in 1918-1920 (and probably longer)
·Oldest son, Joseph born abt. Dec 1909; died before 6 Jan 1920
·Daughter, Marie (aliases: Mattie, Mary) born 23 Oct 1911
·Daughter Cecilia (alias: Acilla) born abt. 1915
·Daughter Suzanne, born abt. Oct. 1919
·Resided at 304 Ninth St., Clinton, Vermillion, Indiana, United States on 27 Apr 1910
·Resided at 2040 N. 23rd Terre Haute, Vigo, Indiana, United States on 6 Jan 1920
·Resided at 11345 Cardoni Ave., Detroit, Wayne, Michigan, United States
·Employed by Henry Ford in Michigan as an automobile factory worker
I am looking for the city of birth for Max Kosbab.He was born on 12 July 1902 somewhere in Germany. He immigrated to the United States through the Port of New York in April of 1923.He married Katharina Spaeth (also born in Germany) on 24 July 1933 in Cuyahoga County, Ohio.He died in Los Angeles County, California on 18 April 1955.His father is Frederick Kosbab and his mother is Johanna Mihlai (I’ve seen it spelled “Micklie” as well).Any help is much appreciated!
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