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Five Generations of the Brooky Family

Five Generations of the Brooky Family

Five Generations, photo taken in 1968

The elderly couple sitting in front are Fred and Mayme Brooky

Standing on the left is their daughter Margaret Brooky Scull

Standing on the right is her son Richard F. Scull Sr.

The woman in the middle holding the baby is his daughter Virginia Scull Rendulic and she is holding her daughter Wendy Rendulic.

Photo taken during Fred and Mayme's 70th Wedding Anniversary Party at the Scull farm house in Conneautville, PA.

Submitted by Christina C. Scull, great granddaughter of Fred and Mayme Brooky, granddaughter of Margaret Scull and daughter of Richard F. Scull Sr.

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The Brooky Family

This is wonderful to see! My father is Mark, the son of Robert Brooky. I knew our last name was changed during the war, I was told it was because my great grandfather had a bakery and didn't want to lose business with a German name. I was told my family came from Germany and were Counts under the name Beilstein. Married to Brozowsky which was shortened to Brosky then changed to Brooky during WWI. I don't know how much of this istrue and factual, you seem to know a lot more about the BBrooky surname and origin. I'd love to make a family tree or be a part of helping to build one. My grandfather does know a lot of info and does attend the family reunions. I would love to know more about you, Christina andmaybe get more insight from you regarding the Brooky name. Thanks!
Kim Brooky

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