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Posted by: Kerri Garvey (ID *****8311) Date: April 01, 2004 at 08:37:01
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I am looking for information on the following people. If any of them sounds familiar, I would greatly appreciate hearing from you. Thanks in advance, Kerri.

Mary KOWALSKI: born abt Sep 1851 in Russia. Immigrated about 1881 to the USA, where family settled in Bridgeport, Fairfield, CT. Parents were Teofil & Florentyna / Florence (MMN unknown) KOWALSKI. Had 5 siblings, including a sister who lived to be married but died before 1900 and a brother, Leon KOWALSKI who married Julia “Lotta” KOBIERZYCKI.

Mary married Michael JABLONSKI about 1872. Michael was born abt Sept 1847 in Germany, immigrated abt 1881 and was naturalized bef 1900.

By 1900, they had 8 kids with 6 of them still living. I only have info on: Felix, Veronica, Josephina, & Mary.

Felix JABLONSKI: born abt Nov 1876 (or 1878) in Russia, immigrated abt 1881, married Rosetta ? abt 1906.

Veronica JABLONSKI, was born abt June 1881 in Russia and immigrated with her family.

Josephina JABLONSKI: born Sept 1885 in CT. She married Walter ORGIENUS abt 1903. Walter was born abt 1881 in Russia/Poland. They had the following children: ? (died bef 1910), Chester (b abt 1903 in PA, d. 1 Feb 1951 in Bridgeport, was married), Walter (b. 15 Jan 1907 in PA; d. 9 Dec 1988 in Milford, New Haven, CT; and was married to Anna ?), and Florence (b abt 1914 in NY). About 1917, Josephina’s married William J. STRULL (b. c. 1882 in NJ); they had a daughter Adeline (b. abt 1919 CT).

Mary: born May 1890 in CT; was still single in 1910.

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