Two More

I received a new marriage certificate copy in the mail today for what I suspected was my gg-grandparents, Johann THIELKE and Wilomene RATHKE. It was listed on the Wisconsin Vital Records site as Hans J M THIELK, but the spouse and dates matched up. It turns out that Hans can be used as a shortened … [Read more...]

Weekly History

This week in my family tree history. March 1 1653 - Died - Joanna (Pansars) CREIJBECK - Joanna was my 10th-great-grandmother on my mother's side. She was born about 1610 and passed away in St. Lambertus, Herck, Belgium. 1818 - Born - Jacobus Franciscus KREBBEKX - Jacobus was my … [Read more...]

Mrs. Elizabeth Armstrong

We ran across this interesting inscription when we were searching for the headstones of my wife's ancestors in Boscobel, Wisconsin. Unfortunately, I didn't take a photo of the front of the stone, just the back with the inscription. I can only assume it's the headstone of Elizabeth Armstrong as is … [Read more...]

Wordless Wednesday

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Tombstone Tuesday: Olivine Laurent

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This week's tombstone is that of my 3rd great-grandmother, Olivine Marie (St. Louis) Laurent. Olivine was born in Yamachiche, St. Maurice, Quebec, Canada in 1835 to Ephraim and Marie (Manseau) St. Louis. She married my 3rd great-grandfather, Jean-Baptiste Laurent in 1857 and then immigrated to … [Read more...]

Wordless Wednesday: Maurice Corrigan

Maurice Corrigan

Maurice is my great-grandfather. Photo owned by my grandmother, Mary Jane (Corrigan) Zalewski. … [Read more...]

Milwaukee and Wisconsin

Milwaukee

When trying to think of some things to write about on a constant basis, I browsed some other genealogy blogs out there and got a cool idea. Now, it may be tough to post about my genealogy research and history of the Zalewski name multiple times a week. I thought, why not write some posts about the … [Read more...]