S. George St. in Rome, NY was definitely part of the predominantly Polish neighborhood in the south-central part of the city. See 1930 Census Roll T626_1621; Pages: 8A-8B ; Enumeration District: 48. One other BT surname I noticed there was Plesniarski (father Albert, mother Mary, children Felicia & Edward)
So I don't leave anyone out of my idea, I'm addressing this to everyone.
If anyone has access to the film (not the Ellis Island Database) for the
1920 New York Federal Census and has an interest in the surnames, Drozd,
Luczynski, Hujsak, I suggest you locate the pages that cover George St.
in Rome, New York. Three different people reported they were going to
this street in the early 1900s. It may not mean anything and there may
not be any other people from Bukowsko area on that street but it's worth
a look-see. Maybe you'll find other relatives that immigrated.
Might also be interesting if a map of the area can be located from the
city or from fire insurance maps just to see what the make-up of the
neighborhood was like - unless it's still the same as it was.
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