Thanks for the reply. Extremely helpful! And it confirms I am reading some documents correctly in regards to spelling.
I have some of the information you noted. "My" Andrew and Victoria are the ones that lived on Iowa Street. My father lived at the Iowa St home as a child. The "Hoyne St." Andrew and Victoria are not in my direct line.
My grandfather is William Vincent. He was the last of their children born in PA (1898)
I have a jpeg of the PA marriage application for Andrew and Victoria from LDS sources. Victoria was a minor at the time of the wedding and her mother had to signed off. Victoria's father was deceased (date not noted on the wedding app) and her mother, Salomea (if I am reading the wedding app correctly) re-married and her new married last name was Tamalowska.
At this time I have birth records I find it interesting Victoria used Tamalowska as her maiden name after she was married despite the use of Sasnika on her wedding application. This usage pops up on Eva's birth certificate. Perhaps she was adopted by Mr. Tamalowska.
My Victoria died sometime between after Eva's birth (1907) and the 1910 Census
Your remarks about Andrew and Constance and their three children coincide with my documents.
Andrew died July 30, 1932. Constance died February 15, 1935.
Thank you the lead on naturalization.
I have Polish relatives via my grandfather William Vicent's wife. They are not so secretive about where they came from in Poland. Andrew and Victoria are hush-hush. I'd like to find some tidbit somewhere so I can narrow my focus on where to look for their ancestors.
Again thank you for the information and links.
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