9656Re: [Genealogy Research Club] Simons-Nasiatka-Czarnecki-Yaple-Flanders-Smith
- Aug 31, 2006Hi Randy-
Do you any specific folks you were searching for, with dates and possibly counties where they might have lived? I'm happy to help if I know where to start. :) What resources have you used to do your research?
uft36 <uft36@...> wrote: Hi, Eveyone!!
I am new to this group and I am researching my family in the New
England and New york areas. My father's side is Lituanian-Polish and
my mom's side is Dutch-French-English. Both sides of my family settled
in Western Massachusetts area. I am looking for any information on
these names: Simons, Nasiatka, Czarnecki on my dad's side and Yaple,
Flanders, Smith's on my mom's side. I have found some information on
Yaple and Flanders but I am having some trouble with my dad's side.
Simons was Americanized from possibly Simonovitch and is Lithuanian
and Nasiatka and Czarnecki is Polish. Every Yaple is related and I
believe all the Flanders are also related. The Smith side is from New
Hampshire and the Yaple side is from New York. I am having a hard time
finding any information on Lithuanians and Polish families in Western
Mass and Northern Conn. These are large groups in Western Mass so I am
surprised that there is not much more information on them that I could
Anyway, if any one can help me out I would appreciate it.
Elk City, Ok
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