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Re: Question of heritage in name
Posted by: Sharon Hiltibidal (ID *****4301) Date: April 27, 2005 at 14:16:22
In Reply to: Re: Question of heritage in name by Nada (Goskesen) Kilgore of 10

My family spelled the name GOSKIE - it comes from Poland,
in the form, where I am concerned, of a Polish immigree
who landed at Florida escaping political strife there.

He m. Jane Caroline Tucker, and had several sons and daughters.

Among the descendants was an Albert Goskie, whose father
was Ralph Goskie.

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