Grade 8A, Kingsford, Michigan including Mary Jane (Corrigan) Zalewski - 1939

What I’m Listening to These Days

I thought I’d take Miriam’s challenge and do the “list the seven tracks or albums I’ve been listening to lately” post. I’m up for it, though I don’t know if I have seven people to tag afterwards. I usually aim towards rock/hard rock, but I do sometimes fall out of that genre. Trivium – “Ascendency” […]

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Zalewski: It’s all in the name

Zalewski. Not a name you see everyday. Americanized, which is quite common. Though, not very hard to pronounce, some people just shred it because it ends in “ski.” We pronounce it zuh-loo-ski, but I’m told the original pronunciation is something like shuh-lef-ski due to the polish version of these letters. According to a book on […]

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Frank & Anna

The farthest back I can go on my Zalewski line is to Frank & Anna Zalewski. They would be my great-great grandparents. Unfortunately, I don’t know much about this couple, except what I can gather through research and my grandmother. My grandfather passed away before I could ask him about the Zalewski family. From what […]

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RootsTube

I found a nice collection of Genealogy-related videos ala YouTube at a site called RootsTube. I watched one on “Writing Your Family History” and it was very interesting. I am linking it here, but you can watch the rest or them (and more) at their website. Go see the rest at RootsTube. To find more […]

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Genealogy Items

Here are some more good Genealogy links that I’ve run across: Tracing Your Roots – Tracing Your Roots is the series on BBC Radio that helps put branches on your family tree. Includes information and also weekly podcasts.

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Calling all Zalewskis

I’d like to compile the largest database of Zalewski family trees this side of Poland. The first step in this process is to collect these family trees. So, I’m asking all of you with Zalewski family trees out there to send them my way. As long as you send them in a format that I […]

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Links

Some nice links for today: Shorpy – a photo blog about what life a hundred years ago was like: How people looked and what they did for a living, back when not having a job usually meant not eating. Technology Creates Extreme Genealogists – Internet genealogy can be extremely productive, agreed Dick Eastman, who writes […]

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Articles

There are some interesting articles over at the National Geographic’s Genographic news site. First Americans Arrived Recently, Settled Pacific Coast, DNA Study Says Rare African DNA Discovered in White British Males Skull Is First Fossil Proof of Human Migration Theory, Study Says I find the Genographic study very interesting. It’s sort of the genealogy of […]

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