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Re: Looking for Boyda
Posted by: linda moan (ID *****2007) Date: June 11, 2013 at 11:10:42
In Reply to: Re: Looking for Boyda by Zlatica Beca of 56445


the spelling came from an B.C. Archives on a Registration
of Death so a gov't document.
that is where the Celetz, Poland is from. and it lists
Fathers name and Mothers maiden name. gives info on how
person died and when he immegrated. and it says from Poland. Ratial Origin Ukrainian. Died in 1940.

i don't know about the vessel that he might have come to
Canada on. i have checked but without having say a parents
listed the there are so many with the same first name
and the writing back then is so small and hard to read
i haven't found that out. same goes for my grandmother
would have only been 8 in 1906 so she would have had to come with some one parents or siblings and my grandfater would have only been about 14 in 1900 back then there were a lot of Wasyls to choose from. same im sure for Peter.
thanks Linda

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