2 edition of Cierzan family of Winona, Minnesota and Pine Creek, Wisconsin found in the catalog.
Cierzan family of Winona, Minnesota and Pine Creek, Wisconsin
Leonard A. Konkel
by L.A. Konkel in No. Fort Myers, Fla. (849 Pangola Dr., No. Fort Myers 33903)
Written in English
|Statement||by Leonard A. Konkel.|
|LC Classifications||CS71.C568 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||32 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||32|
|LC Control Number||84172308|
Read through obituaries. None in Winona directories at present, but a few Rekowski tombstones in Winona and in Pine Creek, Wisconsin. ) REPIN~SKI: REPINSKI: Probably a Kashub name. Unknown in Ontario, plentiful in U.S.A. There are 9 Repinskis in Winona, Minnesota phone directory; 21 Repinski in Stevens Point, Polonia phone directory. ) RICHTER: RICHTER, RYCHTER.
Mom was born on March 5, , on the family farm in New Hartford Township, Winona County, to Ernest and Agnes (Gile) Papenfuss. She was united in . Wika/Wicka Family Information Submitted by Don Evanson The Wika (Wicka) family emigrated from the Kashubian region of Poland (northwest) and settled in Winona County, MN, and Trempealeau and Buffalo counties of Wisconsin, just across the Mississippi from Winona in Winona County.
The Kashubian people in Southeastern Minnesota are a small yet distinct group of people; small, because in a world-view they are few in number, emigrated from a small area in Poland, and settled in a relatively small area similar to the area they left; distinctive, because of the cohesiveness of the community, and moreso, because the Kashubian language is unusual even in Poland. Cedar Creek Barn is a wedding barn on a farm in the Winona, Minnesota area. This outdoorsy country venue is full of vintage elements and touches, including a lovely red barn with white interior for a couple’s wedding celebration. This venue is located 13 minutes from Winona State University, and (Wedding Venues Winona).
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memorial page for Stephania Peplinski Cierzan (6 Aug –30 Oct ), Find a Grave Memorial no. citing Sacred Heart Cemetery, Pine Creek, Trempealeau County. Winona is a city in and the county seat of Winona County, in the state of Minnesota. Located in picturesque bluff country on the Mississippi River, its most noticeable physical landmark is Sugar city is named after legendary figure Winona, said to have Wisconsin book the first-born daughter of Chief Wapasha (Wabasha) III.
The total population of the city at the time of the census. Frances Cierzan (Walski) Birthdate: Ap Birthplace: Wisconsin, United States: Death: Febru (63) Winona, Winona County, Minnesota, United States Immediate Family: Daughter of George Walski and Stella Walski Wife of Dominic Frank Cierzan Mother of George Joseph Cierzan; Private; Donald Cierzan.
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Poland to Pine Creek is dedicated to family research of Kaszubian Poles who came to Pine Creek, Wisconsin between and The Kaszubian Poles are a distinct ethnic group living south west of Gdansk, Poland. The Families who came to the United States were from the Parishes of Ugoszcz, Brusy, Wiele, and Lipusz.
They first came to Winona, Minnesota, before settling across the Mississippi. Found in Kashub area of Poland and in Pine Creek region of Wisconsin.
46) DORZEK: DORZEK: Name found in Kashub Poland and in the Otter Lake, Renfrew region of Canada. 47) DR A~Z| KOWSKI: DRAZKOWSKI: Very common name in the Winona area of Minnesota.
Unknown in Ontario. There are 36 in the Winona phone directory. 48) DREWA: DREWA, DREVA. Poland to Pine Creek is dedicated to family research of Kaszubian Poles who came to Pine Creek, Wisconsin between and The Kaszubian Poles are a distinct ethnic group living south west of Gdansk, Poland.
The Families who came to the United States were from the Parishes of Ugoszcz, Brusy, Wiele, and Lipusz. Changes to Wisconsin-Minnesota Mississippi River portion of border waters • Lower possession limits and some changes to length limits for walleye, sauger, crappie, sunfish, yellow perch, catfish, white and yellow bass.
See page or DNR website for details. 8 Minnesota. - State of Minnesota Plat Book. For an interactive map, please click here.
Blue Earth County - State of Minnesota Plat Book. For an interactive map, please click here. Brown County - State of Minnesota Plat Book.
For an interactive map, please click here. Carlton County - State of Minnesota Plat Book. For an interactive map. According to family legend, Alexander stayed in Poland with a daughter who married a Cierzan, while his wife Mary and the other daughters went to America.
Not sure if Mary and daughters came over with Catherine, but Catherine and Peter Kiedrowski only seem to be in Winona in Ruth M. Haney, 73, of Winona, passed away on Thursday, February 7,at Whitewater Health Services in St.
Charles. She was born on September 6,in Arcadia, Wis., to Mamert and Irma (Wolfe) Eickman. Ruth grew up in Pine Creek with her eight siblings before enlisting in the Army.
Ruth proudly served our country from Winona City Directories. Deaths recorded in Winona city and county, Minnesota, directories, WorldCat. Deaths recorded in the Winona City and County, Minnesota, directories Family History Library.
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Situated between the towns of Lewiston, on the north, and Rushford about 20 miles away to the southeast, this watershed is comprised of a half-dozen quality trout streams, of which Rush Creek and Pine Creek predominate.
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The cemetery contains many. Suzanne was born on December 16in Pine Creek, Trempealeau, Wisconsin, USA. They had 7 children: Joseph Edwin Kukowski, Leon Clement Kukowski and 5 other children.
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From to three more girls were born in Winona, Minnesota. During this time John may have scouted for land in the Dakota Territory, with his cousin Julius Reszka who was living across the Mississippi in Pine Creek, Wisconsin.Winona, Minnesota's first Kashubian settlers, the Józef Bronk family, are believed to have reached that community in The group of emigrants that came to Winona had trouble finding farmland in the immediate vicinity; consequently in the satellite hamlet of Pine Creek was founded about 10 miles away, across the Mississippi River in.