|Ken Lewetag (#13967453)|
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|I am mainly posting family members. I am looking for some lost members but looking for the Lewetag (Levetag etc), Scully. Hughes, Turner, Weeks/Meeks Smutick (sp).|
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|Rich Fedoush||Albert/Margaret Lewetag|
Thanks Ken for the information. I've added it to the memorials.
Unusual that I would receive a e-mail from you today as for some reason this morning your name crossed my mind.
Hi, Ken....it took awhile. We just lost my Father, Andrew Laczek, on January 12. I've been searching through online census and other sites trying to learn more and more about both my Dad's side and my Mom's side. I was really surprised at the 1920 census, when I saw the ages of my maternal Grandmother's (Martha Grzybek) parents....Mary and Leon (Leonard) Rutkowski! My Grandmother had already married my Grandfather, Anthony Grzybek and they were living with Mary and Leon (Leonard) in Russellton, and all of my Great Aunts and Great Uncles were listed along with their ages. Mary was listed as being 51 and Leon (Leonard) as being 54 (which really seems quite old especially since my Grandmother married at 16!) The other children (Bruno - my Great Uncle "Brunie" listed as "Brownie" in the census) was 18, going all the way down to the youngest, my Great Aunt Celia, at 9 yrs. of age. And my Grandmother was born in 1998 in St. Louis, Missouri, which was not correct in the 1920 census. She and my Grandfather already had their two eldest children - my Aunt Katherine (Bryner) and my Uncle Joe Grzybek (deceased and married to Aunt Rose Baron Grzybek). I also learned that the entire family had the spelling change to "Grebeck," but my Grandfather did not utilize that spelling. My Mom's maiden name is "Helen Grebeck" on my birth certificate! And the 1920 census spells the last name as, "Grezbeck." Really interesting. I'm looking for any clues. I don't really know how to go about this. So many of the family members had legally changed their last names to more American sounding names, so it's very confusing. My Dad's obit is here:
His information can be found at "Our Lady of Hope" cemetery, in Allegheny County, PA. It's been really hard. He was 90, still lucid...but I had no idea how difficult it would be.
How are you and your family doing? Was going to leave my email but learned this is public.
Added by Sherry on Feb 17, 2012 6:12 PM
|Rich Fedoush||RE: THANKS|
Your welcome Ken,
Glad I could help.