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Re: Peter Fristek,Fristik,Fristick 1900's South Fork, PA
Posted by: Georgina Palmer (ID *****3032) Date: April 24, 2011 at 16:30:18
In Reply to: Re: Peter Fristek,Fristik,Fristick 1900's South Fork, PA by Robert Jerin of 1450

Hi Robert,

Thank you so much for the information about my grandpa. I did find the info on where he may be buried, but this is the first time I've seen anything on when and how my grandpa came over to America. How did you find this info out? I even tried Ellis Island.com but was never able to find any info about this. Do you think the boat actually docked in Philedelphia instead of New York? Thanks again for your help. I think this is my grandpa because he was born in 1870, which would have made him either 22 or 23 in 1893.

Georgina


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