Looking for any connections. Jenny and Annie SACHS/SAKS/SACKS were both born in Rujen, Latvia around 1890. Their parents were probably Joseph and Helena Sachs and lived in Rujen, Latvia.Helena's maiden name may have be SMULYAN, and her nationality may have been German.Jenny Sachs passed through Ellis Island in 1909 and Annie probably a little before as stated in later census data.According to the 1910 Census, both Jenny and Annie were living at E. 114th St. in Manahattan at the same address with their MILNER cousins.The Milner family passed through Ellis Island from England in 1905.They were: head of household, Isaac, wife, Rosie, and sons, Victor and Bernard.Neighbors were Joseph, Freda, and Bertha SMULYAN.The Sachs girls and Milners were cousins, but I think that both Jenny and Annie and the Milners were somehow related to the Smulyans, perhaps through their mother. Jenny married in San Diego to John Stanislaw (Stanley)FABISAK, who arrived at Ellis Island in 1896 from Weglew, Poland with parents Stanislaw and Adamina.They settled at Mount Tom, in North Hampton, MA. My father Edward W. Fabisak was born in SD in Dec. 1915.I have located Annie “married” to Abe FRIEDMAN living in San Francisco in the 1920 Census with daughters Helen and Tessie. The Friedmansmoved to Petaluma, CA as the 1930 Census locates them there.Victor Milner married Margarethe SCHNEIDER in NY. Her parents were German immigrants.According to Victor's draft document, he was living in Long Beach, CA in 1917 with his wife and mother. Milner became a Hollywood movie maker and in 1934 won an Oscar for his filming of "Cleopatra."