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Posted by: George Noark (ID *****9731) Date: July 03, 2008 at 15:44:12
In Reply to: Re: NOWAK, KOCHANOWICZ, BULGIEWICZ, MEKOWASKI by Zlatica Beca of 412

After reviewing my records, I am now under the impression that Michael John Nowak (Age 1~2) came to the USA, along with his parents, Pete Nowak and Kate Mikolewski(spelling?) sometime around 1880. I found this arrival date on a 1910 US Census taken in Fort Worth, Texas. I have located what I now believe are Michael's deceased brothers, John S. Nowak (1884 Tx-1967 Tx) and Tony Max Nowak (1886 Tx-1963 Tx). On their Death Certificates, it shows both brothers were farmers who resided in Texas. I think that both brothers are buried in Chappel Hill, Texas. I would like to locate and contact some of their surviving relatives. If anyone can provide me with some help in locating these people, please do so? I would also like to find out the name of the town that the Nowaks came from in Occupied Europe.

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