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Jozef Jan (Joseph John) Scislowicz (later Stislow). He arrived in Ellis Island in 1905, went to Hastings, PA as he was sponsored by his brother Valentine (Valenty) Scislowicz also buried in St Bernard's cemetery with his wife Pauline. There is a third brother George Stislow buried in St Bernard's also. A fourth brother Jan went onto Chicago. All from Nowy Targ, Poland.
Submitted by Dominick G. Kass, great grandson
Catherine Stislow / Scislowicz as they came from Poland in 1906 with the 5 yr old Michalina (later "Mamie"), Mary Anna, and the Louis (Ludwika) Scislowicz. From Nowy Targ, Poland which was Galicia, Austria-Hungary at that time.
Submitted by Dominick G. Kass, great grandson of Catherine Stislow/Scislowicz
Stanley Antkiewicz was born in Poland in 1890, He died in 1966 in Ohio. He was married to Josephine Kubat. He and Josephine had three children Antoinette, who married Bruno Backiel. Jessie, who married John Shajatovitz, and my grandmother Jean, who married Michael Edward Janowski.
Submitted by Karen Anderson, great granddaughter
Bronislawa Rosalia "Bertha Rose" Zlatykanicz Sositko, the daughter of Petrus Zlatykanicz and Apolonia Chmielowska.
Bronislawa was born on Aug 12, 1883 in Muszyna, Poland, and came to America in 1907. She married Joannes "John" Sositko 'Susitko'. She lived the rest of her life in Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio and was a member of St. Joseph Catholic Church in Hamilton. She died on June 23, 1951 in Hamilton, Ohio and buried in St. Stephen's cemetery.
Photo taken early 1900s.
Submitted by Pamela R. Tuttle, great granddaughter
John Dombeck, 1872-1936, emigrated from Poland and was a boarder at the home of Jacob and Katherine Shirilla Golitko in Chewton. He married their daughter Susan in 1896.
Original photograph from the collection of Julia Dombeck.
Submitted by Jim Gillespie, great grandson