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Re: GRZYB, GRZYBKO, GRZYBKA: Pol/Russ>CT
Posted by: judy g (ID *****6818) Date: October 21, 2002 at 14:47:39
In Reply to: Re: GRZYB, GRZYBKO, GRZYBKA: Pol/Russ>CT by Kerri Garvey of 974

It might be worth a try contacting the Archive Waltham branch. All their nationalization records are Soundexed, so someone might be able to check them pretty quickly. (I have not been there in quite a few years, and staffing may have changed, but previously they have done such requests.)

So, do you have them located in Census years?

Bridgeport Library has a collection of city directories post-1906. I don't know whether staff can look things up or whether there are volunteers who will do that. The Library has a website, and I think you could contact the Local History section through it.


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