[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] name Mitzlaff
gary at warnerengineering.com
Wed Jun 16 17:01:54 PDT 2010
I see them in the 1880 Ohio census and the 1900 New York census.
According to the 1900 census, both Reinhold or Rheinhardt and
Wilhelminne both came to the USA in 1875. In 1900, Reinhold is noted
as being a naturalized citizen. I have not looked further for the
passenger list for their arrival, but you might also want to find
Reinhold's petition for naturalization.
On 6/16/2010 1:29 PM, marlo wrote:
> Can anyone give me an answer. A great-aunt, Wilhelmine Loroff (Lohroff) married to
> Rheinholdt Mitzlaff, date unknown, place unknown except probably in Pommern. They came to US, date unknown, but appear in 1880 census in Ohio, then later in Long Island New York. When they came they had child or children.
> I have not been able to locate when or where they came into US.
> Can someone tell me how to locate them? I have tried passenger lists for both New York and Baltimore and Philadelphia, name spelled Mitzlaff, Mitzloff, Metzlaff, Metzloff. I know I really don't know anything much so there is not much to go on but I would like to know when they came and where they came from. The more I look the more
> frustrated I become.
> Thank you.
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