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Pawelczyk/Borowski/Ruda/Murowski/Casina/Whipple Ave/Chicago
Posted by: Delphine Kasuk (ID *****8019) Date: April 21, 2004 at 06:45:50
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Can you connect with any of the above names?

Zygmunt Pawelczyk of the Gdansk area of Poland is looking for the family of his uncle who immigrated to the U.S. in 1909-10.

Leon/Leo Pawelczyk the son of Michal and Marianna Labuda came to the U.S., through Ellis Island in December of 1909. He returned to Poland and returned to the U.S. in December of 1910. The manifests show Leo was going to his uncle, Joseph Pawelczyk in Chicago.

The 1910 census shows Joseph was living at 2308 Whipple, Chicago with his (second) wife Cecilia, son Adam and daughter Victoria. Joseph owned a grocery store at that location. Joseph's first wife was Julianna Ruda m.1/15/1882 at St. Adalbert's Church.

Joseph's son, Frank and his wife of two years, Frances lived at 2313 Whipple. Frank and Frances Murowski married 6/17/08 at St. Casimir Church. Frank was a butcher. Frances died in 1949 and Frank died in 1952.

Leo married Natalie Borowski 10/8/1911 at St. Casimir Church. The marriage record shows Leo lived at 2300 Whipple and Natalie lived at 2310 Whipple.

Leo and Natalie also lived at 5413 West 30th Street, Cicero. Their children were Helen (James Casina), Frank (Jean), Leonard (Gladys), Hillard (Myrtle Frances), Edward (Marcella) and Eleanore (John Hierbaum).

Leo died in 1952 and Natalie died in 1984, leaving 21 grandchildren and 39 great grandchildren. Both are buried at Resurrection Cemetery.

Am looking for the descendants of Leo and Natalie Pawelczyk as well as Joseph Pawelczyk


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