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Re: [Genealogy Research Club] Simons-Nasiatka-Czarnecki-Yaple-Flanders-Smith

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  • kate
    Hi 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
    Message 1 of 4 , Aug 31, 2006
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      Hi 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?

      Kate

      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
      find.
      Anyway, if any one can help me out I would appreciate it.
      Thanks.
      Randy Simons
      Elk City, Ok






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    • Robert Simons
      Hi Kate!! To start off with, I have been researching Simons and Nasiatka lately but I am getting some help from 2 other Yahoo groups. I could use some help
      Message 2 of 4 , Aug 31, 2006
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        Hi Kate!!
        To start off with, I have been researching Simons and Nasiatka lately but I am getting some help from 2 other Yahoo groups. I could use some help researching my mom's side, Smiths and Flanders. My grandma, Elinor K. Smith was born in Piermont, N.H. in 1923 to Harry Smith and Florence Flanders. My mom believes that Harry Smith was adopted but that is all we know about him. Florence Flanders' prarents were John Chase Flanders and Etta Ford. I have Etta Ford's birth and death dates. She was born abt 1883 in Orford, NH and died in 1957. I have found some genealogy on John Chase Flanders but it doesn't show his daughter's birth and death dates or where she grew up.
        The Yaple family has published a family history book that I have not been able to look at yet but my mom says that it needs some serious updating. There is also a Flanders history book published in 1930 that needs some updating also and again I have not been able to look at it. I live in Oklahoma and all my family history is in the New England and New York areas.
        It would be a good start on my mom's side if you can find any information especially on Harry Smith's family.
        Thanks for your help.
        Randy Simons
        Elk City, OK
        kate <chrismomxyz@...> wrote: Hi 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?

        Kate

        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
        find.
        Anyway, if any one can help me out I would appreciate it.
        Thanks.
        Randy Simons
        Elk City, Ok






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      • Ron Lahav
        Hello Randy, My name is Ron Lahav, and I am located in newcastle upon Tyne, England. I* have been active in helping Lisat members trace their European roots.
        Message 3 of 4 , Sep 15, 2006
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          Hello Randy,

          My name is Ron Lahav, and I am located in newcastle
          upon Tyne, England. I* have been active in helping
          Lisat members trace their European roots. Can you
          please contact me off List at
          <shmendrik1812@...> and I'll see if I can be of
          any help.

          Ron Lahav

          --- 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
          > find.
          > Anyway, if any one can help me out I would
          > appreciate it.
          > Thanks.
          > Randy Simons
          > Elk City, Ok
          >
          >
          >
          >
          >
          >
          >
          >


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