Brought Up by Christian Family, Jewish Boy Seeks His Own Kin
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Brought Up by Christian Family, Jewish Boy Seeks His Own Kin

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If Jacob Cooper or Rose Cooper, nee Serine, is alive, a twenty-one-year-old Syracuse boy, their son Hyman, would like to hear from either or both of them, as well as from his sister Eva and brother Albert.

In a letter received by the Jewish Social Service Association, 71 West Forty-seventh street, and made public Friday, Hyman writes:

“My name is Hyman Cooper, aged twenty-one. I have been placed with Christian people at an early age and until recently I did not know I was their own, but recently I found that I am of Jewish extraction and that I have brothers and sisters, whom I am trying to locate.

“My father’s name was Jacob Cooper and my mother’s maiden name was Rose Serine and last address of my mother was 948 Jamaica avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y., in 1922.

“At one time I was placed in a

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