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Tombstone Tuesday: As Irish As I Could Find

William Thompson

Well, it’s St. Patrick’s Day and I am without a true Irish headstone. I have a lot of Irish ancestors, but not a lot of headstone photos for them. Most of them passed away in mysterious, far away lands (like Canada.) This headstone of my 4th-great-grandfather will have to do for today. From my research […]

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Found and Not Found

Click for larger image - John's stone is the small one on the right side, middle. Note the large gap to the left of it.

Since the weather started to get nicer here and the snow is mostly gone, I thought I’d tackle some research involving the cemeteries again. Two of my ancestors are known to have lived and died in the Port Washington, Ozaukee Co., Wisconsin area, but I had yet to pinpoint their final resting places. I did […]

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Weekly History

Family History for the week of March 15 to March 21. March 17 1960 – Died – Angeline R (ZALEWSKI) PIERZCHALSKI – Also known as Amelia, she was my great-great-aunt on my father’s side. She was born 6 Jul 1887 in Poland (noted as German Poland.) March 18 1678 – Married – Francois CHEVREFILS and […]

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Tell Me Thursday: Firmenich Family

The only person I can correctly pick out of this image is my 3rd great-grandfather, Mathias Firmenich, in the back. I’m pretty sure the other two women are two of his daughters and the one on the left may possibly be my great-great-grandmother, Emma Jane Firmenich. I do like the caption, “lot of little people.” […]

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Tombstone Tuesday: Ignatius Szulta

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Today’s headstone is that of my 3rd great-grandfather, Ignatius SZULTA. If you think his name is unique, you should see his wife’s name, Nepomuncema SYLDAKT. Talk about a mouthful. My polish isn’t very good, but I’m pretty sure his surname is pronounced like “Schulta.” I don’t even know where to start with his wife’s surname. […]

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Weekly History

This week in my family history. It’s a bit of a slow week here in the Zalewski Family Genealogy weekly history. March 8 1787 – Died – Anna Catherina CROX – Anna is my 6th great grandmother on my mother’s side. She was born 11 Jun 1757 in Genk, Limburg, Belgium and married Wilhelmus van […]

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