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Roman family - Galicia, Poland>Chicago, IL
Posted by: Felicia Watson (ID *****2182) Date: February 04, 2004 at 14:01:11
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Does anyone have any information for the John Roman family that immigrated from Galicia, Poland to Chicago, IL?

On the 1920 census, I have a John Roman age 55, with wife Mary, age 50 and two sons John and Albert (can't make out ages). It looks like they immigrated in 1907.

On the 1930 census, I have a Mary Roman, widowed, with three sons, Stanley age 37 and divorced, Albert and John.

Stanley married Mary Stupka/Stopka before 1915 and divorced her after 1927.

I would like to hear from any descendants or if you have any information on John's or Mary's parents/siblings.

This family has been really tough for me. Thanks for any help you can provide.

Felicia Watson

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