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Fülöp Pulitzer (1810 - 1858)

Fülöp (Philip) Pulitzer aka Puliczer
Born in Makó, Csongrád, Hungarymap
Ancestors ancestors
[sibling(s) unknown]
Husband of — married 1838 (to 1858) in Pest, Hungarymap
Descendants descendants
Died [location unknown]
Profile last modified | Created 30 Oct 2009
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Philip Pulitzer has Hungarian Roots.

Biography

Fulop was born about 1810. Fulop Pulitzer. He passed away about 1858. [1]

He died of tuberculosis. According to Hungarian expert, Andras Csillag (p.60), Fulop signed his name Pulitzer and Puliczer, but never Politzer--even though many other branches of the family did use that last spelling.

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Sources

  1. Joseph Pulitzer Biography
  • Morris, James McGrath (2010). Joseph Pulitzer: A Life in Politics, Print, and Power, p.10
  • American Jewish Archives, April 1987, p.48-68: [1]
  • Bob Adler.

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Pulitzer-13 and Pulitzer-2 appear to represent the same person because: clear duplicate--difference is in first name spelling
posted by B (McFeaters) U

P  >  Pulitzer  >  Fülöp Pulitzer

Categories: Makó, Magyarország | Hungarian Roots