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Names shown are Spiegel, Margit (Margaret) and 2 sisters. Off to the right, you can see that the three girls ate 21 dinners, 24 lunches, and 21 breakfast, amounting to a stay of seven days while they remained on Ellis Island awaiting the return of their mother and sister.

While there, they were presumably under the care of the Gerbers (see the line above the Margit's name) who also awaited the outcome of their daughter Roza's illness. Roza later died as well. The Gerbers and the Spiegels were from the same village in Hungary, namely Batschsentiwan. Both families were going to Lebanon, Pennsylvania.

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