[private father (1930s - unknown)]
and [private mother (1930s - unknown)]
[private brother (unknown - unknown)] [half], [private sister (1960s - unknown)], [private sister (1960s - unknown)] and [private sister (1960s - unknown)]
[private daughter (1990s - unknown)] and
[private son (2000s - unknown)]
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- Christopher Long of VA in war
- The Becker family line comes from John Alden on the Mayflower.
- My Great Uncle was in the Bataan Death March. I don't know much about him.
- Becker was my Grandmother's maiden name. There were four sisters and one brother in her family.
- My grandmother's maiden name. The family was granted land in Ohio after the civil war.
- Anna, Mother of David Oppenheim. Russian? Immigrated to USA/California in 1930's. Died in 1960's
- my last name. Ware Long was the original ancestor in North America in that line.
- John Alden - Priscilla Mullins descendant.
- My grandfather/my mother's maiden name. He was born in Harbin in 1911. He had a brother. He had a friend in Florida. He went to UC Berkeley.
- My grand father was Russian.
- My ancestors were missionaries. The wife and kids were on the Titanic and survived.
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