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Re: Victoria SASINKA
Posted by: Zlatica Beca (ID *****6869) Date: December 15, 2012 at 13:13:08
In Reply to: Re: Victoria SASINKA by Greg Jakubowski of 12492

Greg
We certainly know how some English speaking person can mangle a Slavic surname. All one has to do is look at an US census so why would church record be any different, right. One would think that if it was a "Polish" nationality church with a Polish roots priest that the spelling would be much correct to the Polish grammar.

Have you seen your ancestors' headstone? Sometimes some of our Slavic ancestor's would put down a correct spelling of their surname.

I did not find any TAMBURSKI surname holders in Poland.
Here is what I found using www.herby.com.pl BAMBURSKI, SAMBURSKI, SIAMBURSKI, STAMBURSKI, SZAMBURSKI.

Can you follow Victoria's mother paper trail especially her marriage if it took place in USA?


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