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Re: Piispanen's from Kivijarvi Finland to MA
Posted by: barbara (ID *****7175) Date: April 24, 2010 at 19:29:28
In Reply to: Re: Piispanen's from Kivijarvi Finland to MA by barbara of 4

Larry, I know its been awhile since you posted your reply to my original message, but if you see this, and my last message I'd really love to hear from you. I'm sure you have details, I don't. Any. I definetly know there is a connection. So how are we connected.? Can we figure that one out--I'm terrible at it.

Sylvia Marie Piiespnan dob Feb 17 1888 in Kivijarvi,
Her parents were Karoline Kinnunen who died in 1896 and Lari Piispanen who I think may have died in Quincy around 1931(not quite sure of this though).
Sylvia's sibblings were Einar, Vilheim(William in USA) Alina,, Juho(John Richard in USA--he I think was a 1/2 sibbling from Lauri's first marriage to Eva Kinnunen who died in 1881 before he(Lauri ) married her cousin.
and Impi was the youngest born in 1890. They were in Quincy Ma by 1900.

Lauri parents were Elias Piisapnen and Ebba Kaisa Henninen(not sure I'm spelling that right though)
If your interested I have a lot of information that I'd like to share, with you, but I'd like you to share what you know too?

Let me know

Thank you

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