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The Birth of Joseph Danko

The ninth child of Michael Dańko and Marianna Dziurzyńska was named Joseph.  He was born in Worcester, Worcester County, Massachusetts.  His birth is recorded on page 430 of the Birth Register for the City of Worcester for the year 1919, a copy of which I obtained from the … Continue reading

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The Birth of Jean Skowronski

The sixth child of Alexander Skowronski and Frances Dymek was named Jenettie (Jean).  She was born in Worcester, Worcester County, Massachusetts.  Her birth is recorded on a Copy of Record of Birth, a copy of which I obtained from the Massachusetts Registry of Vital … Continue reading

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The Birth of Francis Skowronski

The seventh child of Alexander Skowronski and Frances Dymek was named Francis.  He was born in Worcester, Worcester County, Massachusetts.  His birth is recorded on page 102 of the Birth Register, a copy of which I obtained from the Massachusetts Registry of Vital Records. The … Continue reading

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The Birth of Bernard Izbicki – 1910

Bernard Izbicki, son of Bolesław Izbicki and Wiktoria Krutzińska, second husband of Anastasia Rita Meleski,was born on 12 May 1910 in Worcester, Worcester County, Massachusetts, USA. Birth Record for Bernard Izbicki Click on the link for a PDF copy of … Continue reading

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The Birth and Death of Aunt Bronisława

My Aunt Bronisława Dańko died when she was one year old and was buried with two other infants in an unmarked grave in Notre Dame Cemetery in Worcester, Massachusetts. In order to erect on monument on the grave, the cemetery requires that the names of all three infants be included on the monument. The cemetery provided the following information on the three infants: Continue reading

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Mary Danko in the 1910 Census

I had searched for my Great Aunt Mary in the 1910 US Federal Census without much luck. Much to my surprise Barbara Poole, who contributed a GuestBlog on May 20, found the record! Continue reading

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When Was Great Aunt Mary Born?

My Great Aunt Mary, the sister of my grandfather Michael Danko, was the only one of my grandfather’s siblings to come to America.  When I first started to assemble information on my family, I contacted Mary’s daughter Fran and asked … Continue reading

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Aunt Bronisława Has Been Misplaced

Somehow my family misplaced my Aunt Bronisława. Granted, she died 93 years ago, but how could the family misplace her? Years ago, my Aunt Helen had prepared a family history and listed a sister called Bertha with no birth or death information, just a notation (Hope Cemetery) Worc. Ma. This entry was the first time I had heard about this child. Soon after I read this, my cousin Joe told me that this child was supposed to be buried in an unmarked grave in Hope Cemetery in Worcester, Massachusetts. He had visited Hope Cemetery, but the cemetery had no record of her burial. Continue reading

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