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Re: Lesczenski ( maybe Lusienski or Luisienski) in 1900/10
Posted by: jerry choinska (ID *****5459) Date: March 31, 2008 at 11:55:57
In Reply to: Re: Lesczenski or something similar by Mary Snow of 56477

Nebraska Census. Born 1885, son of Constance, born 1838, and
Catherine, born 1843 in Austrian Poland, as well a their old
est dtr, Mary, born 1867. Appears Mary's children,Josephine
, Julia, & Charlie LASOCKI also lived at home. Seems Edward
Francis reg. for WW I @ Platte Center, Platte county, self-
employed at Hotel, nearest relative, Nell Lusienski.
1910 Census show Edward & Katherine in Lost Creek also with no further mention of Mary, her children and Constance, the father dying between 1900 & 1910. Note spelling of LUSIENSKI / LUSIEUSKI for 1910 & LUISIENSKI for 1900. LASOCKI was the father of Mary's children, Edward's newphew, nieces. Question is where in Austrian Poland/Galicia were the three older onces born. They came over in about 1884, AND CONSTANCE / Konstacy WAS Nebraska somewhere. I'd guess that the three originated in either Katowice, Krakow, or Bialsko-Biala province somewhere where 22 Leszczenskis came from, & 8 Leszenskis came from.

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