The Pesach & Moishe Langsam Family
email@example.com wrote: Hi, I found your email listed under JewishGen's Family Finder on the internet. I am working on a family tree starting with Pesach Langsam, born in 1748 I have a website devoted to this pursuit and would welcome your feedback. It is at http://www.ics.uci.edu/~dan/genealogy/Miller/hometree.htm Please note that the URL is case-sensitive. If your browser has problems (like some old AOL browsers) accessing this page, please try the tree itself at http://www.ics.uci.edu/~dan/genealogy/Miller/homemilr.htm If neither one works, try to redirect from http://members.tripod.com/mmill Please bear in mind that "clicking" on the tree image from any page will bring you back to the homepage Thanks for your time! -Moishe Miller firstname.lastname@example.org ______________________________________________________________________ email@example.com Thursday January 7, 1999 To: Moishe Miller/PSG/Prudential Subject: Re: Langsam Family Thanks for your email. I checked with my grandmother Ann Wolf (formerly Wolosky) who is 91 year's old and she said she had a cousin Pesach Langsam on her father's side. He lived in Jersey City, NJ and worked for the Ward Baking Company. Then he moved to New York City or Brooklyn, she couldn't remember and then again to San Francisco. She also said her cousin Molly Wolosky, also on her father's side was from Sanok. I hope this helps. I am curious to know if there is any connection. Sincerely, Marcy Wolf ______________________________________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org wrote: Hi, Very exciting! With a name like Pesach Langsam, there must be a connection, as he was the progenitor of the branch. Can you tell me more about him and how your grandmother is related to him. Does he have any living offspring you or I can contact? -Moishe ______________________________________________________________________ From: email@example.com Subject: Re: Langsam Family PostedDate: 01/07/99 03:53:36 PM SendTo: CN=Moishe Miller/OU=PSG/O=Prudential DeliveredDate: 01/07/99 03:52:58 PM Hi. Here is the only other information we have. Pesach was a cousin to my grandmother's father, Max Wolosky/or Volosky some family members - the ones from Europe used a W. She does remember that Pesach had a brother named Moishe who she thinks also lived in Brooklyn. She knows Pesach had a wife and children and since the last time she saw Pesach, or Philip Langsam, he lived in San Francisco maybe his children or grandchildren are still there. Best regards. Marcy ______________________________________________________________________ Date: Tue, 25 Dec 2001 21:23:05 -0500 To: firstname.lastname@example.org From: "email@example.com"
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