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Finding grandma's Russian birth father
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|brigid||Report||12 Oct 2014 13:38|
Thanks to suggestions from GR members we found a court ordered Affiliation document with nana's father's full name George Jacob Fellman . we were then able to follow his trace on census to Wales where his photo was on his 1918 alien registration order more details + another photo came from his hospital admission records 1920 which gave his birthplace in Russia + that he was 2nd eldest of 12 siblings and named his sister Rebecca Bloch as next of kin.