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Virginia Piechocki Anderson Carroll Olson
Posted by: Debbie Schoessow (ID *****5506) Date: January 15, 2005 at 13:34:10
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I hope someone here will recognize any of this information and be able to help. I will list the information and see what happens...
Virginia (we believe her given name was Regina)Piechocki was my grandmother. She was born in South Bend, Indiana on January 16,1916. Her parents names we believe are John & Mary (Wroblewski)Piechocki. She married Clarence Anderson (or Andersen) in St Joseph County, Indiana on July 24, 1937. She had one son with Clarence, Ronald C. Anderson, born we think in 1938. Then on July 29,1938, we found a marriage license that states she married James W Carroll and had 3 or 4 children with him. Their names were, Robert James, Beverly, Wayne, and between beverly and Wayne it's been said she had a son named David with him, but the child died as an infant. Then as far as we know, she married Clarence Oscar Olson in 1946, and had 2 children with him. Their names are, Sandra and Gordon. I have talked to some of my aunts and uncles on this, but none of them remembers much about Clarence Anderson or James W Carroll. I know they lived in Indiana, and at one time Michigan, and in North Dakota. No one seems to know where Clarence Anderson, or James W Carroll went. Can anyone help?
Debbie (Carroll) Schoessow

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