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Birth:
04 Jun 1901 1
Death:
29 May 2004 1
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Full Name:
Bronislawa Keller 1
Birth:
04 Jun 1901 1
Death:
29 May 2004 1
Residence:
Last Residence: Miami Beach, FL 1
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Card Issued: Unknown Code (PE) 1
Social Security Number: ***-**-7259 1

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I beleive that this Branislawa Keller is my great Aunt Branislawa Sanetra. My aunt Bessie immigrated with her aunt Marianna (Klosak) Wojtas in 1911. They are from Zablocie, Galatia or Poland. She could not find her father Adam Sanetra in Chicago, so she went with her aunt Marianna to Minneplois to live for awhile. This Branislawa Keller is born the same month and year as my Aunt Branislawa. Her siblings were orphaned during the Chicago flu epidemic and we weren't ever able to locate Branislwa. Her siblings in the states called her Bessie. Her mother Rosalie Wandzel died in the flu epidemic. Then two of her brothers and her father Adam Sanetra went back to Poland. If you are familiar with this Sanetra family or this Keller family please email me: julie.cabitto@gmail.com

If this Branislawa Keller has the maiden name of Sanetra, then this would be a picture of her father Adam Sanetra with his second wife Alfreda. Adam & Alfreda married in Chicago, IL then went back to Poland.

This immigration record is the same record as the Bronislawa Keller in the SSDI. Her citizenship application is also attached. Note: Hedwig & Karolina were listed as the same age, so possiby twins? Immigrated & arrived in NY on 17 Nov 1951. Their address on this immigratrion record was 174 Bedford Ave., Brooklyn, NY. The address and birthdates on these records match the Josef & Bronislawa Keller that are in this SSDI. There is still a chance that this is still my aunt Bessie and that they left the states and went back to Poland, then returned to the US. Bessie Sanetra's father followed that immigration pattern.

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