George Kushner married on his sister's 16th birthday. Was it a sweet 16th for her? Was she a flower girl, or maybe a bridesmaid?
Benjamin Franklin Gaunt, son of Samuel Gaunt, Jr. and Ann Horner, was born October 4, 1840 in Pilesgroe Township, Salem County, New Jersey. He is my 3rd cousin 4x removed via the Gaunts.
Jonathan Benjamin Easlick, son of Allen Severs Easlick and Mary E. Shemeley, was born October 4, 1894 in Smithville, Burlington County, New Jersey. He is my 3rd cousin 1x removed on my Gauntt line through the Easlicks.
Jane Lochrie was born October 4, 1904 in Johnstone, Renfrewshire, Scotland. She was the wife of Charles E. Wickham, son of Charles E. Wickham and Martha Elizabeth Bowen, who is the 1st cousin 2x removed of my half-sister Laura Sellers on her Bowen line.
Dobby Kushner, daughter of Myrim Kushner and Chaye Golubchik, was born October 4, 1928 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. She is my 3rd cousin 1x removed on my Meckler line via the Golubchiks.
Lainie Maureen Levinson was born October 4, 1968. She is the wife of Jeffrey Alan Moss, who is my 4th cousin.
Elmer Gaunt, son of Samuel Gaunt, Jr. and Ann Horner, and Rebecca Rice were married October 4, 1871 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania. Elmer is Benjamin Gaunt's brother and also my 3rd cousin 4x removed via the Gaunts.
Wilmer Shreve Carty and Etta Marian Allen, daughter of William Daily and Fannie Goldsboro Brown, were married October 4, 1939, probably in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Etta is my 5th cousin on my Gauntt line through the Allens.
George Kushner, son of Myrim Kushner and Chaye Golubchik, and Ruth Rebecca Segal were married October 4, 1944 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. George is my 3rd cousin 1x removed on my Meckler line via the Golubchiks.
Alfred Dranove died October 4, 1986, possibly in Bayside, Queens County, New York. He was the husband of Dorothy Pollack, daughter of Isaac Pollack and Bessie Brainin, who is my 1st cousin 2x removed on my Brainin line.
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