Weekly History: January 24th – 30th

January 24th 1789 - Died - Maria TRUIJEN - Maria is my 7th-great-grandmother on my mother's side. She was born 12 May 1725 in Genk, Limburg, Belgium. She married Paulus VAN CREYBECK in 1748. She passed away at Genk, Limburg, Belgium. 1850 - Died - Friedrich Ernest MUHM - Friedrich is my … [Read more...]

Surname Saturday: SZULTA

Today's surname is another one from my Polish side. SZULTA is presumably pronounced like SCHULTA. This surname first shows up in my ancestry with my great-great-grandmother, Clara SZULTA, who was born in Poland (or Prussia or Germany, I'm not sure yet.) I can only trace it back to Clara's father, … [Read more...]

Follow Friday

I thought I would recognize some helpful posts by the genealogy blogging community. Creative Gene Jasia at Creative Gene has a very good writeup on an extremely helpful (depends on your ancestry, I guess) online dictionary that translates from Polish to English and vice versa. It's not only … [Read more...]

Tell Me Thursday: Laurent Sisters

This photo was recently sent to me by another DeBroux/Laurent researcher. The ladies shown are the three youngest daughters of Jean-Baptiste LAURENT and Olivine Marie ST. LOUIS. They are Josephine KING, Philomene DEBROUX, and Milly RABIDEAU. Philomene is my great-great-grandmother on my mother's … [Read more...]

Wordless Wednesday

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Weekly History: January 17th – 23rd

Hey, I'm back again. Been a bit busy and had to put genealogy on the back-burner. January 17th 1902 - Born - Agnes Irene ZALEWSKI - Agnes is my great-great-aunt on my father's side. She was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin to Frank & Anna ZALEWSKI. She married Chester WALCZAK in 1924. She … [Read more...]