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Re: KAMPA Line from Minnesota born 1850s
Posted by: Sharon Date: January 04, 2001 at 11:37:10
In Reply to: Re: KAMPA Line from Minnesota born 1850s by Katy Korday of 81

Do you have family treemaker? I could send you a file that way if you do. I do vaguely rememeber that funeral and my two youngest brother and sister acting like the small children they were. They have changed over time. LOL My Dad would like to know what
happened to his cousin Kenneth; does he have
an email that you know of? Wonders why he hasn't written lately. Frank came from a town in Poland, which was actually Germany at the time he immigrated because of Germanys take over of Polish lands. The town is Polska Nowa Wies; and at one time was called
Polnish Neudorf. He immigrated in 1883 with
a few sisters and a brother; His father, mother and youngest brother came over the year later. I believe that father Valentine and Nicholas Kampa who immigrated in 1875 were brothers but have no definite proof though there were stories of their children being cousins, and grandmother mentions it in a letter, in addition Agnes and Frank lived next door, Agnes was sponser for many of the baptisms of the children of Paul a son of Nicholas, and there is a picture of Frank and Agnes in a wedding picture of one of the grandchildren of Nicholas. I am currently reading thru old 1700's baptismal records from Poland; all in Latin so it is slow going. my email which would be alot easier is

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