Location: Hungary

Biographical Sketch of Louis Black

Black, Louis; treas. The Bailey Co.; born, Hungary, Dec. 24, 1844; treas. The Bailey Co; private Co. A, 150 Ohio Volunteer Infantry in the hundred-day service, 1864; director Central National Bank, Superior Savings & Trust...

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Biographical Sketch of Gabriel Kanner

Kanner, Gabriel; life insurance; born, Hungary, Oct. 18, 1858; son of Alexander and Edith Kanner; married, New York City, Nov. 22, 1880, Nettie Price; four children; general agt. of Canada Life Association Co.; trustee of Aushe...

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Biographical Sketch of Maurice Weidenthal

Weidenthal, Maurice; editor Jewish Independent; born, Hungary, Oct. 3, 1856; came to Cleveland as a boy, attending Rockwell Street school; married, Cleveland, Feb. 14, 1883, Lida Brandes; correspondent New York Dramatic News;...

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Biographical Sketch of David Sunshine

Sunshine, David; merchant and mfr.; born, Hungary, June 4, 1871; son of Mark and Sarah Rosenbluth Sunshine; educated in schools of Hungary; came to this country in 1891; was hardware merchant in Hungary; for first three years in...

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Biographical Sketch of Mathew Reitz

Reitz, Mathew; tailor; born, Hungary, Feb. 23, 1878; married, Cleveland, Oct. 9, 1907, Mamie Keal, one child; started in business eleven years ago with practically no capital; business grew, and in two years became associated...

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Biographical Sketch of John M. Petro

Petro, John M.; born, Hungary, 1877; educated in Parochial schools, Cleveland; married, Cleveland, 1898, Mary Melleza; six children, three boys and three girls; started as mechanical pattern maker’s apprentice in 1890,...

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Biographical Sketch of Theodore Kundtz

Kundtz, Theodore; manufacturer; born, Unter-Metzenseifen, Hungary, July 1, 1852; son of Joseph and Theresia (Kesselbauer) Kundtz; public school education; married, Cleveland, 1884, Marie Ballash; five sons, four daughters; mfg....

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