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DRAGICH--1890 - 1920
Posted by: Diane Drogich Date: June 01, 1998 at 22:27:21
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Looking for any information about DRAGICH family. My husband's grandfather, Tomo DRAGICH, came to the U.S. from Yugoslavia the 1st time in the 1900s. He returned to his homeland around 1918 to bring his family back with him. His parents' were Nikola and Yecca. Yecca's maiden name may have been Duokowatts. Tomo was b. in a village called Vodjnica, in District Petrovac. I believe that the spelling DRAGICH is more than probably an Americanized spelling. The original spelling could have been DRAGICEVIC. Any information would be GREATLY appreciated. Thank you.

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