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Rosa (Hochstein) Kuntz

1. Today's date: November 1994
2. Your name: Rosa (Hochstein) Kuntz
3. Present address: Available upon request to Michael Miller
4. Phone number with area code: Available upon request to Michael Miller
5. Date of birth including month, day and year: February 23, 1901
6. Place of birth: Sulz, Russia
7. Name of spouse: Jake Kunst
8. Date of Marriage: N/A
9. Father's name: Frank Hochstein, Barbara Shaw - Dad's mother
10. Father's date of birth (including month, day and year) and place of birth: N/A
11. Mother's name and maiden name: Elizabeth (Schuler) Hochstein
12. Mother's date of birth (including month, day and year) and place of birth: N/A
13. Name of village in South Russia or Bessarabia of your father's ancestors: N/A
14. Name of village in South Russia or Bessarabia of your mother's ancestors: N/A
15. Your occupation: Retired
16. Your Father's occupation: Worked on the railroad and at brick plant. Homesteaded in Tarquay, Canada in 1907.
17. Your Mother's occupation: Housewife
18. Has a family history been published of your family? If so, please identify how to secure a copy of the family history or who may have additional information. (Please provide names and addresses.) N/A
19. Other information you feel is important: Frank Hochstein came from a small village in Russia called Pastolat. It was about thirty miles from the city of Nikolayen. They arrived in Estevan, Canada on 29 December 1903.
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