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Stanislaus JANKA from Europe to Chicago, IL
Posted by: Mickey Colombatto (ID *****1232) Date: June 18, 2002 at 10:48:28
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Stan is also found as "Stanley". Believe came to U. S.ca 1888 with out family. He died in 1913, @ age 53 buried in St. Adalbert's Cemetery. Marriage records of his children in St. Hedwig's Catholic church identify his wife's name as Catherine Kazmierczak. Immigration for his children are found in the later 1890's or early 1900's. His children were Wladyslaw b. 1880(son), and daughters were Maryanna, Michalina, Rozalia, Marta b. 1885 in Germany. It is believed the family spoke Polish as Martha met and married a Lithuanian who did speak Polish and records for the family were found in the Polish Archives in Chicago.
Daughters married into ZYGUTIS, WIECZOREK, LIPINSKI,SAFIAN
Trying to find info on any of these children and their families. Have lots to share on Martha and John Zygut. Best to respond to my Juno e-mail thanks; joemickey@juno.com


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