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David P. Wilson (#46887005)
 member for 7 years, 9 months, 4 days
paul babiuk
RE: Cywinski Family tombstones, St. Stan's Cem., Nanticoke, PA.
Dave,

Thanks so much for the kind words...its greatly appreciated. Glad that I could get photos of your family members for you and its good to know that they provided some unknown information and clarification. I found the Brodzinski markers in the first two minutes of my search the other day...they were the fourth grave I looked at. I found the Cywinski plot at the end of my second visit...literally one of the last rows of the cemetery. Again, glad that I could help.

take care,
paul

Added by paul babiuk on Jun 25, 2014 9:06 AM

Patricia Brittingham Secrest
RE: Question about Wm. Murray Joseph (1909-1983)
Hey!
I don't have conclusive proof, but I believe you are right. William Murray Joseph was my father's uncle. Please give me a few days to see if I have information which may be of help to you. I am in the process of reviewing my ancestry.com family tree and that of another ancestry.com member with whom I have been in contact in the past. Her tree shows the three spouses you have mentioned and some children's name.
Thank you for contacting me, I will contact you again in a few days.
Patricia Brittingham Secrest (member #46936403)

Added by Patricia Brittingham Secr... on Mar 01, 2014 4:25 PM

Russ Pickett
RE: Military marker question.
And the answer is ....

Elijah's marker was made in "November, 1957" in Pittsburgh, PA. It was ordered by a Mrs. Monroe Adams who lived on Cannon Street, in Seaford, Delaware.

Noted on the order is that he enlisted on August 16, 1780 and was discharged from the service on October 31, 1780. Also, he was noted as passing away between September 22 and December 3, 1813. (guess they didn't know the exact date of death).

Hope this helps my friend. :-)

Russ

Added by Russ Pickett on Feb 14, 2014 1:30 AM

Jim Henwood
RE: Markowski
Ok They are in same location about 2 or 3 rows toward Richie Hwy.

Added by Jim Henwood on Nov 13, 2013 2:52 PM

Jim Henwood
Markowski
Correction, It's the second intersection not the third SORRY if you go there send message & I'll meet you there. Jim

Added by Jim Henwood on Nov 13, 2013 2:12 PM

Jim Henwood
RE: Thank you!
Your very welcome, come in main entrance from Richie Hwy. go to third intersection, you will see red brick building on left he is on right side & to the rear right by tree. I added other Markowski there are close by same area. JIm

Added by Jim Henwood on Nov 13, 2013 2:02 PM

Jim Henwood
RE: Location
I believe I knew James Markowski was he a longshoreman ?

Added by Jim Henwood on Oct 11, 2013 6:34 AM

F.P. Kisielewski
Wonderful Work
Thank you for your wonderful work and dedication in providing all of the information on your ancestors. The results of your work has included more people than you will ever know.
Thank you.
Frank Pac Kisielewski

Added by F.P. Kisielewski on Oct 06, 2012 9:53 PM

 
 

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