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Posted by: Diane Parrish (ID *****6135) Date: January 04, 2004 at 08:23:11
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Our family surname is Sunski, but from what we have been told the original name was: Skowronski or Skrowonski. This family originated in Poland. There were six sons and one daughter (parents names unknown). The older children never left Stephens Point, Wisconsin, but we know of three sons that used the surname Sunski, that moved to Seattle, WA.: Stanley Edward (1887), Joseph Victor 11/10/1903 and Victor P. (1882). This family, from what we understand also lived in Vancouver, Washington. The 1930 census listed Victor as immigrating from Poland in 1885 and his naturalization in 1902. I think that another son's name was Jack, who died about 1926 & the daughter was Selma, who married an Oberc (I think) and died about 1976 in Pasadina, California.
Any help and information greatly appreciated.

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