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Paulette Gutmajnster
Paulette Gutmajnster of Paris, Paris County, IdF France was born on December 2, 1935 in Paris, and had siblings Bernard Gutmajnster and Hugeutte Gutmajnster. Paulette Gutmajnster died at age 7 years old on March 4, 1943 at Sobibor extermination camp/now a memorial plaque in Wlodawa, Włodawa County, Lublin Voivodeship Poland, and was buried in 1943 at Mémorial de la Shoah 17 Rue Geoffroy l'Asnier, in Paris FR.
Catherine (Putz) Selinger
Catherine Putz Selinger was born to Joseph Putz and Barbara Harsch and had siblings Joseph, Jack, Helen, and Frances. When she was 16, her family lived on a farm in Buel, Michigan, where her father was a farmer. At 21, Catherine became a naturalized citizen of the United States, standing at 5 feet one inch with brown hair and blue eyes. On May 7, 1927, Catherine married John Selinger in Croswell, Michigan. Both Catherine and John were born in Austria-Hungary and had a daughter named Dorothy. John worked as a farmer until his retirement, after which they lived with their daughter on a farm in Riley, Michigan. Catherine was a devout Catholic and was a member of All Saints Catholic Church as well as the Altar Society.
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