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Re: Polish in Bernice/Mildred abt 1900-1910
Posted by: Tina Pastusic (ID *****5889) Date: January 10, 2009 at 10:43:52
In Reply to: Polish in Bernice/Mildred abt 1900-1910 by Georgene Moizuk of 334

There was a large mining operation in that area.

Do you know when your grandparents came to the USA?

Do you know if they had any relatives that came over before them?

What is the correct spelling of their name?

What date was on the marriage registration?

My grandparents were Polish and first came to Wilkes-Barre and then moved to Bernice because of the mines. I know the area and a lot of the family names.


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