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Gravestone Question

Friday, July 17, 2020, 11:47 PM John (NY), Could this be your Great-Great Grandfather’s gravestone? He is buried with his wife Jeho Zena Marie Ilcik, and one son. This son obviously can’t be your Great Grandfather. But they could have had another child. If you examine the photo: John Ilcik (16 MARH 1886 – ??…

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Searching for a Great Grandfather

Saturday, July 18, 2020, 6:03 AM To: Elcik, John (DFA) <John.Elcik@dfa.state.ny.us> John, I have a fresh candidate to be a presumptive Great-Grandfather. John Ilcik was born in Slovakia on December 28, 1910. He came to New York through Canada. The one concern I will raise is that he would have been 33 when he fathered…

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Record Keeping in Ancestry Research

Sunday, July 19, 2020, 2:44 AM John (NY), Computers are excellent tools for Ancestry/Genealogy research. Most of what I have done on the Family Tree would not be affordable without one. Even so, one other situation has played a significant part in the process. Family members were required every ten years to complete Federal Census…

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Background Information

July 21, 2020 Beth, My site combines all the trees. Your practice of smaller trees makes better sense. The Skillin (Mom’s side) just blew mine up. Somehow I got a lot of ancient records. I’m investigating. 🙂 You show the father of John P. Elcik, Jr. (married to Mary Byras) to be Andrew Walker Elcik…

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Gravestone Question

August 3, 2020 John (NY), Could this be your Great-Great Grandfather’s gravestone? John’s buried with his wife Jeho Zena Marie Ilcik and one son. This son obviously can’t be your Great Grandfather. But they could have had another child. If you examine the photo: John Ilcik (16 MARH 1886 – ?? SEPT 1982) Jeho Zena…

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