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Re: Looking for Ogorzaly / Fisher or Fishorek manifest 1875-1883
Posted by: Norbert Stevens (ID *****7365) Date: October 29, 2013 at 13:40:41
In Reply to: Re: Looking for Ogorzaly / Fisher or Fishorek manifest 1875-1883 by Stephen Papp of 56465

Hi Stephen,
Here are a couple of links to primers on the U.S. Naturalization Process.
http://njgsbc.org/files/immigration/ship08.html
http://rwguide.rootsweb.ancestry.com/lesson16.htm
http://www.ourarchives.wikispaces.net/Naturalization?responseToken=0d178613e02c2b9f2c100cfa0504eb820

Perhaps Katarzyna’s Polish maiden name was Fisiorek. Fisiorek is a very rare Polish surname with only about thirteen (13) adults in Poland with that surname today. Eight (8) of these adults live in the County (powiat) of Nowy Sacz.
Are you able to pinpoint on a map, the Ogorzaly family’s exact residence location in 1900 in Luzerne County? They are indexed on Ancestry.com as Thomas “Ogoyala” living on “Collins” Street, in Pittston Township, Luzerne County PA.
Best regards,
Norbert


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