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Correspondence from the Office for War Losses and Prisoners of War, Saalfeld/Saale informing Adalbert Greier that his brother Karl Greier is missing in the Tarnopol-Lemberg area, responding to a request of 10 October 1944 on the matter. Encloses a leaflet for the relatives of prisoners of war in Soviet Russia.
Date: September 13th 1943 - September 15th 1943
Registration Form for Subtenants and Roommates relating to Karl Greier's residence at Neuglandorf 12, St Donat, St Veit [an der Glan] from 22 January 1948. Signed by A Greier.
Date: January 22nd 1948 - January 22nd 1948
Certificate of Naturalization signed by George Erskine, Lietuenant Governor of Jersey and C C Cunningham, Under Secretary of State [of the Home Office] granting Karl Adalbert Greier citizenship of the United Kingdom under the British Nationality Act 1948. Includes an oath of allegience to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and her Heirs and Successors signed by Karl Greier and countersigned by C Harrison, Deputy Bailiff of Jersey.
Date: September 27th 1961 - October 14th 1961
Letter from [Adalbert Greier and Johanna Greier, née Zuber], Neuglandorf [St Donat, St Veit an der Glan] to their son Karl [Karl Adalbert Greier].
Date: October 24th 1958 - October 24th 1958
Letter from [Josef Greier], St Salvator to his brother [Karl Greier] and sister-in-law [Patricia Greier, née Cogle] regarding the death of their father [Adalbert Greier] on 16 March 1960.
Date: March 19th 1960 - March 19th 1960
Letter from Josef "Sepp" Greier, St Veit an der Glan to his brother [Karl Greier] and sister-in-law [Patricia Greier, née Cogle] regarding the death of their mother [Johanna Greier, née Zuber] on 5 May 1976. Includes a biography of their mother's life and details regarding the funeral.
Date: July 15th 1976 - July 15th 1976
Biography of Karl Adalbert Greier by Johanna Greier titled Book Nine: The biography of my father, Karl Adalbert Greier.
Date: 2012 - 2012
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