Carl Radzom

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Carl Radzom was born in Prussia.
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Updated: February 6, 2019
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Immigrated from Prussia at the age of 35.
Destination: Baltimore
Transit and travel compartment: Staying In The Usa [transit]; Steerage [travel]
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my grandmother is Wilma radzom and I am trying to trace information on the radzom family tree
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