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Re: Wargo, Austria-Hungary>PA>IL>AR
Posted by: Christine Toole (ID *****3795) Date: December 25, 2002 at 14:32:41
In Reply to: Re: Wargo, Austria-Hungary >PA >IL >AR by Paul Wargo of 184

I don't hold out much hope... but your Wargo line... it wouldn't cross with a Kuzma or Chasco/Chaco line, would it?

I have a photo of my great grandmother's grandmother (the great grandmother was born in 1896, and that's the best I can do in terms of math for HER grandmother's probable birthdate)

On the back is written "Susie Wargo" (maybe Suzie).

I don't know if she ever came to this country, but I'd bet on no. I know her children came and went at least once before finally settling here sometime after having children of her own.

Family lore has it that she lived to be 100 and had several husbands. I DON'T know if Wargo was her maiden name or that of one of her husbands.

What I DO know is that one of the husbands had to be EITHER a Chasco/Chaco or a Kuzma (as these are the names of my g-grandmother's parents)... and I'm putting my money on Kuzma.

I know that some of her descendents settled in PA in the Clairton area (near Brownsville, the mention of which in your post is why I am replying to you).

Would you by any chance have any leads on this individual?

Thank you.

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