Browse Items (26 total)

  • Tags: Hatem

An Arabic letter handwritten by Father Khouri Youssef Hatem on January 25, 1909. It confirms the baptism of Shahla daughter of Saleem Abi Khedher on January 15, 1893.
https://drive.google.com/uc

An Arabic letter handwritten by Father Khouri Elias alHadshity on June 25, 1911. It confirms the baptism of (first name not clear) son of Ghalib Nema Hatem on May 23, 1895.
https://drive.google.com/uc

An Arabic letter handwritten by Father Khouri Youssef Hatem on January 18, 1909. It confirms the baptism of Abdou son of Nekoula Nema Hatem on June 10, 1893.
https://drive.google.com/uc

An Arabic letter handwritten by Father Khouri Elias alHadshity on May 19, 1912. It confirms the baptism of Nazeera daughter of Nekoula Nema Hatem on April 29, 1895.
https://drive.google.com/uc

Contract for transportation by sea for Hatem A. [Adio] Nasser who was travelling to New York on the Touraine and was departing April 20, 1912. The back of the document states that Hatem was 17 born May 1, 1896. He was Syrian, was destined for…
https://drive.google.com/uc

A physician's certificate of age for Rose Hatem created in New Jersey and signed by a physician, August 7, 1916, confirming she was at least fourteen years of age.
https://drive.google.com/uc

Contract for transportation by sea by the Transatlantic General Company out of Marseille. Phillipe Hatem was travelling to New York and left on October 22, 1910. The liner he was travelling on was called the Florida [Floride]. The back of the…
https://drive.google.com/uc

A letter from Anna A. Murphy of the Special School confirming that Marie Hatem was born on June 15, 1906.
https://drive.google.com/uc

A letter, from Rev., Elias Zaytoun of Kinston, NC, sent on September 18, 1922. It confirms that Marie Hatem was born on June 15, 1906 in Hammana, Lebanon, at the Maronite St. Mary Church.
https://drive.google.com/uc

An envelope with Marie Hatem's name and birthdate, June 19, 1907, written on the outside and a note that a passport was given to her on July 1, 1940.
https://drive.google.com/uc

A promise of employment certificate for Marie Hatem, issued on February 13, 1922, confirming her employment as a doffer in the Washington Mills. On the back is a physician's certificate of health, confirming her ability to work, signed on June 23,…
https://drive.google.com/uc

A personal testimony by Joseph Nassif of Dover, New Hampshire, given on May 13, 1912. It translates the Arrabic letter sent to certiffy Jadoun Hatem's age. Nassif testifies that that Jdou [Jadoun] Hatem was baptized on May 8, 1896 in Hammana,…
https://drive.google.com/uc

An Arabic letter handwritten by Father Khouri Michael Thomas on March 6, 1912. It confirms the baptism of Jadoun the son of Numan Melhem Hatem on March 8, 1894 by Father Khouri Youssef Melhem. On the back is a handwritten note in Enlgish stating…
https://drive.google.com/uc

Contract for transportation by sea by the Transatlantic General Company out of Marseille issued on April 4,1914. Sabooha F. Hatem was 33 year old Syrian woman and was travelling to New York with three children: Habib, who was 17, and Elase and Najle…
https://drive.google.com/uc

A writing sample for Emily Hatem, proving her ability to read and write from dictation. Signed by Gertrude L. O'Connell on March 20, 1911.
https://drive.google.com/uc

An Arabic letter handwritten by Father Khouri Elias (last name not clear). It confirms baptism of Emiline the daughter of Murshud Hatem on August 12, 1896.
https://drive.google.com/uc

A letter in Arabic written by Father Khouri Youssed Hatem on October 25, 1913. It confirms the birthdate of Genevive the daughter of Dahir Abi Faisal on March 15, 1898, and her baptism on April 25, 1898 by Father Khouri Youssef Hatem. Her godmother…
https://drive.google.com/uc

(4 pages) This item includes a Certificate of Arrival, Declaration of Intention, and successful Petition for Naturalization (2 pages).
hatem, jadhoun nahman_ocr_wm.pdf

(5 pages) This item includes a Declaration of Intention, failed Petition for Naturalization (2 pages), and successful Petition for Naturalization (2 pages).
hatem, abraham milhem_ocr_wm.pdf
  • of 2