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Re: Anyone got Kulesa (no "z") in family?
Posted by: Dorothy Kulesa Date: February 25, 2002 at 11:50:17
In Reply to: Re: Anyone got Kulesa (no "z") in family? by Candice Kulesza of 34

Candice: We have something in common. I know that my father-in-law dropped the Z from his name when he came to the United States. I believe he was born near the Russian Border in the late 1890's. Became a citizen around 1902. Was married in 1911 and died in 1952. I'm having a hard time trying to trace him and would appreciate any help you could pass on. His first name was Charles (Casmir).
Dorothy Kulesa

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