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Notes on the descendents of the Kirschen, Samuels and other related families who immigrated to America

by Laurence Howard Carton
Books/Monographs/Book with Fiche
English
Baltimore, Maryland : L.H. Carton, c1983
[38] leaves : geneal. tables.

Notes

Bibliography interspersed.

Includes index.

Includes Caplan, Cohen, Frank, Kirsh, Stein and related families.

Hersh Kirschen and his son, Levi Kirschen (1849-1920), immigrated from Lithuania (possibly via Russia or Germany) to the United States in the late nineteenth century, settling at Martinsburg, West Virginia, and later moving to Baltimore, Maryland. Descendants (chiefly spelling the surname Kirssin or Kirson) and relatives lived in West Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Illinois and elsewhere.

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