From Sheldon Dan email@example.com@21:1/5 to All on Wed Sep 4 17:23:27 2019
My wife's great-aunt, Anna DINNERSTEIN, married Solomon GROSS in Poland in 1894.
They had nine children, Sarah Gross Berger (1896-1967), Anna Gross Glasser (1899-1971), Rachel Gross Hodes (1900-1973), Abraham Gross (1902-1963), Hyman Gross
(1903-1950), Jennie Gross Volock (1908-1982), Esther Gross Glatsky (1909-1998), Benjamin Gross (1910-1968), and Simon Gross (1912-1974). The first five children
were born in Poland. The family immigrated to the United States and settled in Jeannette, PA. That is where the last four children were born.
I would like to narrow down the area where Solomon and the family lived (although
it is listed as Poland, it might also be in one of the other countries in that area). If anyone has information about this family, please contact me privately.
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