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Re: Kashuba, Pittston PA, 1880-19xx
Posted by: Jerry Fitzsimmons Date: August 10, 2001 at 13:32:25
In Reply to: Re: Kashuba, Pittston PA, 1880-19xx by Quigi of 18

The 1880 US Census for Pennsylvania has several entries:
Luzerne County, Pittston Boro, page 6
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25 Matthew Kashuba, male, age 23, laborer, born in Prussia/Russia, 331 North Main Street
26 Mary Kashuba, female,age 22, keeping house, born in Prussia/Russia, 331 North Main Street
27 Annie Kashuba, female, age 1,born in Pennsylvania, 331 North Main Street
28 Peter Kashuba, make, age 21,miner, born in Prussia/Russia, 331 North Main Street
29 Annie Kashuba, female, age 26, born in Austria, 331 North Main Street

Peter Kashuba and Annie Kashuba are my great-grandparents, I think Annie, age 1, is their daughter who died before 1900. Children alive in 1900 were Mary(1885), Mathias(1890), Anna(1897), and Andrew(1898), all born in Pennsylvania. The family shows up in the 1900 census at 197 North Main Street.

Annie Kashuba, wife of Peter Kashuba, was probably from Slovakia, had the maiden name anglicized to Schevets or Szevets, We believe that Annie had a brother Andrew Szevets who is listed as a charter member of the Lithuanian Club in Pittston.


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