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Re: The Name "Furmanik"
Posted by: eileen rose (ID *****7802) Date: March 04, 2009 at 16:28:07
In Reply to: Re: The Name "Furmanik" by Helen Hanson of 8

Hi, my name is Eileen Rose, I am married to James C. Rose, son of Frank and Julia (Furmanik) Rose.
In your post you state that Julia is still living, well she has passed. She passed on Jan. 19, 2004, just one month before her 97 th. birthday. You also mentioned Bart, I am not certain, but I believe that he too has passed. We live in Taunton and know the old homestead on Middleoro Ave. in E. Taunton is still standing.

One of my daughters corresponded with a Furmanik a couple of years ago and that person sent her a couple of pictures. One of a couple with the date of 1962 written on the bottom and the other a "family" picture of I believe to be my husband's Grandmother and some of her children, grandchildren and or great grandchildren. My daughter recently gave me copies of the pictures and I sure would like for someone to identify the people in the picture. One of them, a young girl in a red and white outfit looks just like Julia's youngest daughter,Elaine, so much so that they could have been twins! I plan on making copies of the pictures that I have received and pass them on to the other members of the family, so it would be nice to be able to give names to the faces in the picture. My mother in law, Julia, sure resembled the elderly lady in the picture. We would all appreciate any info that you care to share.

Thank you, Eileen A. Rose
daughter in law of the late Julia Furmanik Rose from E. Taunton, Ma.

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