Category Archives: Blackman

The Birth of Albert Francis Blackman – 1914

Albert Francis Blackman, son of Clifford Austin Blackman and Jane A. Goodrich, was born on 27 August 1914 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, USA.  The birth was recorded in a ledger for the city of Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, USA. … Continue reading

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The Grave of Bernard J. Izbicki and Albert F. Blackman

While at Notre Dame Cemetery in Worcester, Massachusetts, I found the grave of Bernard J. Izbicki and Albert F. Blackman. Continue reading

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Researching the Izbicki Family

At NEHGS today, I researched the Izbicki family of Worcester, Massachusetts. Continue reading

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The Death of Albert F. Blackman

Anastasia Rita Meleski’s first husband, Albert F. Blackman, died on 11 Jul 1966.  The Certificate of Death for Albert Blackman is not the Standard Certificate of Death.  It is, rather, a Medical Examiner’s Certificate of Death.  I’m not sure what … Continue reading

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The Marriage of Clifford A Blackman and Jane A Goodrich

After finding the Marriage Record for Albert Francis Blackman and Anastasia Rita Meleski, I looked for the Birth Record for Albert.  Apparently Albert was born in 1915, so his birth record was not available at the Massachusetts Registry of Vital … Continue reading

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The Descendants of Wincenty Chmielewski

Tracing my ancestors of my maternal grandmother, Helen (Helena) Meleski (Chmielewska) is one of my most difficult brick walls.  The reasons this line is so difficult are that: My grandmother never liked to talk about her past. This line lived … Continue reading

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