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Re: Detailed chronology of Social Security events

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  • cakepansan
    Hi Carol! Tried to send you lots of information at the wynnregula Email address a while back but it was returned to me. Are you ready for another ALTERNATE
    Message 1 of 4 , Nov 10, 2003
      Hi Carol! Tried to send you lots of information at the 'wynnregula'
      Email address a while back but it was returned to me.
      Are you ready for another ALTERNATE SPELLING Of "Wonsowicz"?
      Try "Wonsewitz"! My Father was Charles John (aka: Carl Stanislaus)
      My Paternal Grandparents were: John and Rosalia (Sirenick) Wonsewitz.
      This branch of the family is pretty large. John and Rosalia had 9
      children. We have a website at MyFamily.Com (since 1999) and we have
      a Big Family Reunion every year in St. Peters, Missouri.
      We actually have two alternate spellings: Two of my Father's brothers
      spelled their names "Wonsewith".
      Sure hope you get this Email! I've been looking for all of you!
      Sandy (SWonsewitzE@...)



      --- In BuffaloPolonia@yahoogroups.com, "Carol VEIO/VIEAU"
      <wynnregula@h...> wrote:
      > Wow! This is an excellent chronology of information, and easy to
      read.
      > Thank you. I'll pass it along to other GENseekers I'm in contact
      with
      > across the net.
      >
      > I have something to add that I recently received from NARA. As I
      mentioned
      > before, I submitted a request for the "Patriation" records of my
      > mother-in-law, Mary Magdalene WONSOWICZ (nee REGULA). The Archives
      > Specialist sent me a copy of the "Nationality Laws, Act of June 25,
      1936",
      > along with a copy of the "Petition for Naturalization" (part of the
      > "Repatriation" process). I typed the "Act" verbatim in a WORD
      document and
      > I'm submitting it to the group as an attachment. It certainly
      helps clear
      > my mind of the confliciting (birth place) information I have on the
      birth
      > and death records of family members.
      >
      > In his letter, the Archives Specialist mentions, "This branch has
      > naturalization records (including Repatriations) filed in the U.S.
      District
      > Court for the Western District of New York (Buffalo), 1906-1966".
      I'm
      > assuming that each state and county in the U.S. has their own
      protocol. In
      > other words, some "Repatriation" records are maintained at NARA and
      some at
      > U.S. District Courts.
      >
      > I'm getting ready to write for the birth record of my father-in-law
      who was
      > born in Polnica, Poland. I'm using guidelines from the following
      two sites:
      >
      > http://www.rootsweb.com/~polpodla/letter_writing.htm
      >
      > http://www.langline.com/StateArchGuide.htm
      >
      > Carol in California
      >
      > Searching: WONSOWICZ--WINSOWICZ--WANSAWICZ--REGULA--RYGULA. The
      ethnicity
      > is Polish, White Russian, and Lithuanian.
      >
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    • CTPCarole@cs.com
      Hi Sandy, I m sorry to say that I have no Wonsowicz in my family tree. Sure wish I did it would have been great. Carole [Non-text portions
      Message 2 of 4 , Nov 11, 2003
        Hi Sandy,
        I'm sorry to say that I have no Wonsowicz in my family tree. Sure wish
        I did it would have been great. Carole


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