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Re: What is Grechowo called today?
Posted by: Eire TwoBee (ID *****4761) Date: December 13, 2012 at 07:19:47
In Reply to: Re: What is Grechowo called today? by Zlatica Beca of 56480

Yes, it's a Certificate of Birth issued by the State of Illinois for the daughter of the man from Grechowo, Poland. He was naturalized on July 2, 1931, and the country of allegiance listed is Poland.


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