The Donna Jzyk Albu Home Page

Updated September 5, 2000

Donna Ellen Albu
9345 W. Mariposa Grande Lane
Peoria, AZ 85382
United States
602-362-8232
j-dalbu@az.rmci.net

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I am currently researching several branches of my family and would appreciate any help with the following: My grandmother Tekla Michalicek (Machalek) came to the US from pre WWII Poland, either before or after marrying Wladyslaw Koczur. He died in Massachusetts and she then (at age 19 )married Walter Jzyk. She never did learn English. Her father's name was Jana Musialek (Musicolek) and I believe her mother's name was Anna. My father-in-law, for whatever reason, is keeping his ancestory and background a big secret, and my husband would like to know about his own background. His father, Janos Albu (may or may not be his own name) emigrated to Peru in 1947 with his wife Margaret and infant son Janos. Their origin was Hungary. The father served in the military during WWII, against the Allied forces. Supposedly, the story is that he was taken in by a family (presumed to be Albu's) and raised by them. The name Albu is supposed to be as common in Hungary as Smith is here. The circumstances of why, or what took place are unknown by John or myself. On the other side of the family, I am looking for any data on the Edward Martin, Azilda Normand, Alfred Desnoyers and Emelie Labossiere. Edward and Azilda were witnesses to the marriage of Maxime Choquet and Marie Lea Martin on 2/2/1885 in Notre Dame Catholic Church in Adams, Mass. Alfred and Emelie were Godparents to Maxime and Lea's first child, Marie Georgiana Emelia, baptized 3/26/1888, also at Notre Dame in Adams. I have significant data on the Choquet (Choquette) and Martin branches of my family, and will be happy to share any of it.

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