7717Re: [S-R] Re: Help please !!
- Jul 11, 2003Dave:
I just got the time to go through the records I have and it seems your
grandmother Helene Hanics left her mother ( your greatgrandmother0 Julia
Peczko in Vulshinki when she came to this country in 1910.
My grandfather came from Vulshinki and his last name was Peczko, Pecka
(however it was spelled at the time). Your grandmother went to Binghamton,
NY and there were know Peczko's therebut that is where I need to make the
connection. The NY Peczko's and the Scranton Peczko's are cousins and my
grandfather was a Scranton Peczko but then left and no one knows about him
and I can't make the difinite connection. I am about 99% sure that all the
Peczko's that came over around 1905 to 1915 from Vulshinki were all cousins.
There is a letter that my grandfathers daughter wrote in 1922 talking about
the uncles and I really think that is where the connection is. If we could
get records from the Ukraine we could have it settled but that seems to be
impossible. So for now, I do believe they were all first cousins.
If you have any information on your grandmother Helene Hanics I would
greatly appreciate the info.
----- Original Message -----
From: "David J Hanich" <dhanich@...>
Sent: Thursday, July 03, 2003 11:14 AM
Subject: Re: [S-R] Re: Help please !!
> My grandfather was also from Vulsinki, and I believe you found one of his
> relatives, Helen Hanich, who went to a Pecka relative of yours. I don't
> know if I have any files you might need; I bought a new computer this
> year and am not sure I was able to transfer all my info from the old
> computer. If I can get you any info, let me know. I'm trying to find out
> how to use the 1869 census for my grandmother's village of Hanigovce.
> It's confusing!
> --Dave Hanich
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