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Re: Is There a Roszce Poland? / Pasko Family
Posted by: Norbert Stevens (ID *****7365) Date: December 17, 2012 at 13:10:26
In Reply to: Is There a Roszce Poland? / Pasko Family by Greg Jakubowski of 56480

Hi Again Greg,
It appears that Albert J. Pasko (aka Joseph/Joe Albert Pasko) was born on December 27, 1874 in Germany/Poland (died on April 23, 1944 in Chicago). He was the son of Paul Pasko and Marianna Golon.
Albert married Rose Pener on June 2, 1897 at Holy Trinity Parish in Chicago. Rose was born in September 1879 in Germany/Poland. She was the daughter of Szymon/Simon Pener and Helena “Stofak”.
By 1900, Albert and Rose had two (2) children: Edward born on May 1, 1989 (died on July 30, 1914 in Chicago) and Rosie (your grandmother who married Vincent Jakubowski on February 16, 1920) born in May 1900.
Albert Pasko immigrated to the U.S. in 1884 and was naturalized as U.S. citizen by 1900. Rose Pener immigrated in 1890. Albert was employed as a box maker.
Albert’s given name in Polish could be Wojciech.
Szymon/Simon Pener was born around 1847 in Germany/Poland. He died in Cook County, IL on June 25, 1909 and is buried at St. Adalbert’s Cemetery. His occupation was a tailor.
Best regards,

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