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Immigrant from Bucharest John "Lupson" may have been any spelling

Immigrant from Bucharest John "Lupson" may have been any spelling

Posted: 8 Nov 2010 1:20PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Lupson,Lupsian,Loveshan,Lupison..O'Neal
I am looking for a John Lupson who had came to the USA abt.
1910 to 1920 he had a brother named Daniel and they had lived in the Chicago area and worked for the Goodman Mfg.
company in Chicago and they traveled to other states as
employees or reps of the company..Found a border crossing
record for a John Loveshan who was coming over to meet with his brother and he had listed his mother's name as Maria
and she was not with him...hE HAD GOTTEN married and had a daughter and somehow disappeared without any contact again
the family would like to find out of any ancestry they can.

Re: Immigrant from Bucharest John "Lupson" may have been any spelling

Posted: 10 Mar 2012 6:07PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Lochan, Leshan, Lehson, Muntean
This is a long shot but... I am looking for info about my great grandfather John Lochan,born 1892 in Botosani, Romania (Austria). I believe he immigrated to the US, Detroit @1913, and I know he died shortly after in 1916, possibly came to US via Canada with his wife Caterine Muntean and son Charles. After his death Catherine married Paul Poroch, who according to family stories, also traveled with them from Romania to N. America.

Most of this info comes from John's death certificate which is really the only documentation I've been able to find other than his tombstone. It's possible he came to US via Bucharest. There are contradictory family stories.
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