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Re: WW1
Posted by: amy zeches (ID *****1977) Date: December 09, 2011 at 17:17:58
In Reply to: Re: WW1 by MICHAEL HIGGINS of 9052

to michael --i truly appreciate all the info you obtained forme--the numbers of people living in buffalo(phone numbers)one of which is my uncle who is very sick with leukemia--my dad has no recollection of his parents ancestry;and i dont want to bother the other lesniaks in buffalo--i am asking at this time for jozef lesniak(boneslaws father) family ancestry--his parents, wife,any siblings,children,etc--i would also like the names of boneslaw lesniaks brother and sister if possible--no one on my fathers side has any knowledge of their ancestry and before they all parish(as they are all up in age--late 80's) i would like to present this as a gift for them--thank you


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