|Kathy Krysiak (#46917874)|
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I really enjoy Find a Grave. For the last few years I have been working on a project attempting to make memorials for several Polish immigrant families buried in Central Massachusetts. I have been very fortunate to have the help of great fellow volunteers to take pictures to add to my research. Their generosity in taking photos and sharing information has been incredibly helpful in adding related and more robust memorials,|
I am very happy to transfer memorials to anyone with a greater connection/interest than my own. I am also very happy to hear from people with family connections to memorials because often I have some research to share as well.
A few names of particular interest to me include the following: Krysiak, Baldyga, Andrzejczyk, Marhefka, Marchevka, Mozden, Mozdzen, Pazik, Parczych, Jaksina, Sakowski and Sadowski.
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cap624, Don Sugarman, Helen Stricklan..., Joanne Allen, john gibney, Joseph Maciora, Judy, Linda S, Rick O, Rick Weaver, valdas grabausk...
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|BobBoston||RE: Philip Byrne|
You are very welcome.
If her husbands last name was Cummin why did you list her as Cummings?
|Gerry Jean||RE: Adam Krysiak|
You're very welcome, Kathy!
I feel quite sure that she did that w/o any malice but she has been a Find A Grave member for 1 3/4 years. It happens enough that I recently took a month away from volunteering until the steam had stopped escaping through me ears! :o))
|Gerry Jean||Adam Krysial|
I claimed your request but a "Judi O" took & uploaded the photos w/o benefit of following the Find A Grave protocol. I just left that person a public message. Grrrrrr!!
|Kat||Josephine Krysiak Odasz|
You have her is Saint Hedwigs, but she can't be there. She died long before the cemetery was built. She is probably in Old Saint Hedwigs.
Old Saint Hedwig Cemetery
If you move her there you will probably get a picture.
Added by Kat on Oct 12, 2013 11:58 AM
|KAREN T||joseph wicha|
Could you be so kind as to add his plot location to the memorial so that it shows up on the photo request for mt olivet?
Location: Section 57, Tier 2, Space 155
Added by KAREN T on Oct 05, 2013 2:08 PM
This is my great grandmother's grave (never met her, and I don't really know much about her). I was doing some family research and found this. Thank you for posting it has some helpful information! I've always been curious about the Polish ancestry in my family- your project on polish immigrants sounds interesting!
Added by chica on Sep 28, 2013 8:48 PM
Have you indexed the names from the headstones on the FB site of Valdas Grabauskas? I was thinking of doing it myself (my family is from that parish) but if it has been done already...
Added by paulaak on Sep 05, 2013 7:37 PM
Hi..Thanks for adding information about Adam Pollack...he would be my great grand uncle. In case you are interested, here is a link for his parents, Charles and Apolonia http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=33940429
This Polish part of the family tree is very difficult to research! Any pointers would be greatly appreciated! :)
Added by Shemperi on Sep 02, 2013 10:19 AM
|RosaMariquita||RE: St. Michael's photos|
You are so welcome. Check the list. I add as I look for others.
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