Born in Manhattan, New York. Raised between homes- Roslyn, Long Island New York, Torremolinos, Malaga, Spain. Salisbury, England, Japan, San Francisco, California and Port Washington, Long Island, New York. Worked in the publishing and film industry.
Tags are related to family lines.
Note: A new genealogist on wikitree, having said that-- I'm on a learning curve, if I make errors I'm good at self correcting. Assistance if most appreciated as well.
- First-hand information. Entered by Laura Copenhagen (birth name Rabiner) at registration.
- Laura's formal name
- full middle name (J.)
- e-mail address
- exact birthdate
- birth location
- images (2)
- family tree
- father's name
- mother's name
- siblings' names
- children's names (2)
- autosomal DNA test connections
Laura is a Wiki Genealogy Volunteer following these tags:
- Immigrants to USA
- Adams of Braintree, Adams husband of Elizabeth Fenwick, Fenwicks Colony.
- John Cogswell, Massachusetts families.
- History, documents, maps, titles, land grants.
- Mayflower and Great Puritan Migration.
- Fenwicks Colony, Gouldtown. I'm curious about ancestors and cousins. Gouldtown, Benjamin Gould and Ann the Finn.
- Searching for genealogy and family history of my 2X Great Grandmother Elizabeth Ann Inglis m. Charles Reeves
- Kopenhagen is my father's maternal surname. Ancestors originated from Latvia. In search of information about family and surnames, history.
- New York, Long Island, New England, Connecticut, Nova Scotia, PEI, New Brunswick, Wallace.
- Mayflower families, Plymouth Colony.
- Wood families
- Reeves is my great grandmother's surname, the family was from England and then settled in Freetown, PEI. I'd like to research information.
- Spence is my mother's surname. Other surnames are Trenholm, Allen, Somers, Taylor, Richardson, Dobson, Smith,Seaman, Doty.
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