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  1. Esther4 Miriam SOSNOVSKY: Birth: 6 OCT 1893 in Duluth, St. Louis County, Minnesota. Death: 1 MAR 1975 in Minneapolis, Hennepin County, Minnesota

  2. Abraham4 J. (Abe) SOSNOVSKY: Birth: 7 AUG 1897 in Duluth, St. Louis County, Minnesota. Death: 1 MAR 1968 in Palm Springs, Riverside County, California

  3. Henry4 (sp 1) Benjamim SOSNOVSKY: Birth: 15 JAN 1901 in Duluth, St. Louis County, Minnesota. Death: JUL 1978 in Sun City, Arizona

  4. Doris4 SOSNOVSKY: Birth: 4 SEP 1902 in Duluth, Minnesota, USA. Death: 8 JUL 1995 in Palm Springs, California, USA

  5. Marvin4 J. SOSNOVSKY: Birth: 20 FEB 1909 in Virginia. Death: 16 JUL 1997 in Alexandria, Virginia


Sources
1. Title:   World Family Tree European Origins Vol. E1, Ed. 1
Page:   Tree #0447
Author:   Br�derbund Software, Inc.
Publication:   Release date: September 15, 1997

Notes
a. Note:   [Br�derbund WFT European Origins Vol. E1, Ed. 1, Tree #0447, Date of Import: Mar 22, 2003]
  Hudie's given Yiddish name was "Hodye". She was called "Eudie" by her family, and was also referred to as "Eeda" and "Ida". Fay Oxman remembered her as "Auntie Oogie." Hudie bore two children in the Ukraine before coming to America. One died in infancy, the other at about age 3 years. She came to America about 189 A PHOTOGRAPH (c.1890) from Hudie Oreckovsky Sosnovsky in Russia to her younger sister, Hannah, in Duluth, MN is inscribed in Yiddish: "This is a momento for Khanneh. You can see from my appearance that I am healthy, thank God. Hodyeh Sosnovskij". The photo was taken in Yelisavetgrad, Russia, now Kirovograd, Ukraina, between Odessa and Kiev. The photographer was Lev M. Shtein. Hudie and Joseph Sosnovsky eventually came to America in 1893. CERTIFICATE OF DEATH (Microfilm 1926, #901 in Reg Book): IDA SOSNOVSKY, d. 16 Sep 1926, St. Mary's Hosp, Duluth, MN; b. 11 Sep 1869, Russia; age 57-0-5days; married Joseph Sosnovsky; residence 528 West 4t Duluth; 34 years in Duluth and USA; housewife; father, Raphael Oreckovsky, Russia; mother, Esther Miriam Schjwartz, Russia; informant, A. Sosnovsky, 528 W. 4th St, Duluth; cause, myocardial exhaustion, 7 days; Jewish Cemetery, 17 Sep 1926 [Br�derbund WFT European Origins Vol. E1, Ed. 1, Tree #0447, Date of Import: Dec 30, 2003]
  Hudie's given Yiddish name was "Hodye". She was called "Eudie" by her family, and was also referred to as "Eeda" and "Ida". Fay Oxman remembered her as "Auntie Oogie." Hudie bore two children in the Ukraine before coming to America. One died in infancy, the other at about age 3 years. She came to America about 189 A PHOTOGRAPH (c.1890) from Hudie Oreckovsky Sosnovsky in Russia to her younger sister, Hannah, in Duluth, MN is inscribed in Yiddish: "This is a momento for Khanneh. You can see from my appearance that I am healthy, thank God. Hodyeh Sosnovskij". The photo was taken in Yelisavetgrad, Russia, now Kirovograd, Ukraina, between Odessa and Kiev. The photographer was Lev M. Shtein. Hudie and Joseph Sosnovsky eventually came to America in 1893. CERTIFICATE OF DEATH (Microfilm 1926, #901 in Reg Book): IDA SOSNOVSKY, d. 16 Sep 1926, St. Mary's Hosp, Duluth, MN; b. 11 Sep 1869, Russia; age 57-0-5days; married Joseph Sosnovsky; residence 528 West 4t Duluth; 34 years in Duluth and USA; housewife; father, Raphael Oreckovsky, Russia; mother, Esther Miriam Schjwartz, Russia; informant, A. Sosnovsky, 528 W. 4th St, Duluth; cause, myocardial exhaustion, 7 days; Jewish Cemetery, 17 Sep 1926


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