He found, also, that an Otremba worked for Charles Lindbergh, Sr., the lawyer in Little Falls... and I found this:
A Hesch birth in 1917, with no name. That would have been after the twins in 1915, and before Fronie, in 1919. It has to be the missing child everyone has debated for years, huh?
Oh, and this: A poster from Amsterdam, in 1914. We know Math and Theo were there early that summer, but was this playing? And, would they have gone to an operetta??
Here's another thing we've noticed: The pin Lena was wearing on her sister Elizabeth's wedding day. It was 1910, well before there was any other meaning to it except luck and German solidarity.
And...a man who could very well be related: He was born in Elbeteinitz, a German village about 40 miles east of Prague, or 50 miles from Oberschlagles. He was a famous bass, born in 1860.
Go to THIS PAGE to hear him sing (Scroll to the bottom).
LOL...I'll add more fun stuff as we find it!
MORE THANKS to my favorite researcher, Larry!