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Re: Seven new generations
Posted by: Shirley Palmer (ID *****7744) Date: June 15, 2005 at 19:33:04
In Reply to: Seven new generations by Jack Sanders of 16

Jack, I've e-mailed you before asking about the Babianski family. Is Babianski a common name in Lithuania, like a Smith here in the USA? I've been told the name Rymkus or Rimkus is. My Konstanty Babianski married a Mary Ann Rimkus after arriving to America. He was in Lith. in 1906 and by Nov. 1907 he was married in America. I don't know what ship he came on but he lived in New York for a short time after arriving here. Then moved to Moline, Illinois. He has family in Chicago. His fathers name is Constance or Konstance Babianski and mother Aldophna Stankieck. I don't have anything else. Your research shows similar names and I thought maybe we could connect. I hope we can help each other. Shirley


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