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Re: My Skowronski Heritage
Posted by: Judy Scovronski Date: July 16, 2000 at 09:34:19
In Reply to: My Skowronski Heritage by Genie Persivale of 23

Hi - can't help you too much on your folks. My ex-husbands grandparents (Walter and Antonia Skowronski) emigrated to the US about 1905/1907. They are shown on both the 1910 and 1920 Census (with the name misspelled - no surprise!). The 1910 census shows:

Walter Scrownski 30, married, Poland, coal miner
Antonia, 32, married, Poland
Phelix (really Felix) 10, single, Poland
Victorio (really Victor), 4, single, Poland
William, 2, single, Ohio
Geg, 23, single, Poland (Walter's brother)

The 1920 census shows (again with misspelled name):
Walter Serveronski, 41
Annie, 42
Victor, 14, Poland
Joseph, 7, Ohio
Walter, 3 1/2, Ohio
Felix, 20, Poland
William, 12, Ohio

We've never really known where in Poland they were from but maybe you've seen and heard the names Walter or Geg. Perhaps we can make a connection.

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