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The Sanders/Varga Home Page

Updated May 4, 2014

John T. Sanders
26 Partridge Hill
Honeoye Falls, NY 14472
United States
jtsgsh@rit.edu

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Welcome to our genealogy home page. We have so far managed to discover more than 9600 probable ancestors, and links to over 14,000 other relatives. While we are interested in learning as much as possible about all our ancestors, the surnames most central to our current research are these: ACKLEY, ASHMORE, BABIANSKI, BALLIMAN, BATES, BEREMAN, BERGLUND, BERIMAN, BERNARD, BERRYMAN, BINGHAM, BONE, BOYER, BRANDT, BUCKINGHAM, CARLSON, CLARK, CLEMENT, CRATER, DITTMEYER, GARRATT, GOWEN, GRETER, HAJDU, HOWITT, JEWELL, JUSZKIEWICZ, KELSEY, KENNEDY, LAKE, LAUX, LAWRENCE, LeNOURY, LOOS, MACIEJEWSKI, MACIONES, MARSHALL, MCCLENEGHAN, MOROSS, PETERSON, PITTS, PRIEST, ROWELL, RYNKISZLIEWSKI, SANDERSON, SHEPPARD, SIMMS, SMITHARD, SOBOLEWSKI, STANKIEWICZ, STRZYZOWSKI, SUTTON, SYMONOWICZ, SZCZEPANSKI, TRUDEAU, VARGA, WARGO, WEBSTER, WILLIAMS, WILSON and WYRZIKOWSKI.

For details about individual ancestors in whom we are especially interested at the moment, scroll down to the "Related Files" area at the bottom of this page. We would be grateful for anything you may know about any of these people.

In other areas you can find an array of photos that may be of interest to others researching some of the same people, a handful of descendant reports concerning ancestors that are of special interest to us at the moment, and a small set of "Related links" to web pages that have been especially useful to us in our work. You can also find, in that "Links" section, a link that will allow you to download our most current GEDCOM file, containing all so-far assimilated data. To download the file in Internet Explorer, simply right-click on the link and choose "save target as".

If you have any suggestions for improving this page, we would love to hear from you.

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    This GEDCOM file reflects the information we have as of January 2014,
 

Family Photos

  • Rebecca (Crawford) Clark, 1833-1909 (33 KB)
    Rebecca (Crawford) Clark (19 December 1833 - 29 May 1909), daughter of Alexander Crawford and Rebecca Alexander, wife of Alfred Bedford Clark, mother of Anderson, Clarinda, Martha, Violet, and Harney.
  • Grave of Samuel and Florence (Ashmore) Bereman (93 KB)
    Grave of Samuel Thomas Bereman (31 March 1858 - 29 December 1933) and Florence L. (Ashmore) Bereman (30 June 1857 - 13 March 1906). The stone is in the Wayland Cemetery in Wayland, Henry County, Iowa.
  • Samuel Ashmore, 1827-1909 (31 KB)
    Dr. Samuel Ashmore (10 March 1827 - 19 January 1909), son of Samuel Ashmore and Nancy (McNemar) Ashmore, husband of Eliza (Wheeler) Ashmore, father of Florence.
  • Samuel Thomas Bereman and family (75 KB)
    This picture shows Samuel Thomas Bereman (31 March 1858 - 29 December 1933) with his second wife, "widow Shelton", and her daughter Helen.
  • Grave of Guy and Carey Bereman (202 KB)
    Grave of Guy Leslie Bereman (11 Sep 1888 - 29 Oct 1977) and Carolyn L. Gassert Bereman (19 Aug 1892 - 24 May 1969) in Holyoke, Colorado. Picture was sent by Dave Mountain.
  • Sarah (Fleming) Bereman, 1832-1895 (17 KB)
    Sarah Elizabeth (Fleming) Bereman (Zingg) (6 October 1832 - 8 April 1895), daughter of Elias Louder Fleming and Evelyn (Wells) Fleming, wife of Jonathan Slaughter Bereman, mother of Samuel and Stella.
  • Berrymans Branch Stream (225 KB)
    This sign, in Cumberland County, New Jersey, directs people to the Berrymans Branch Stream (a branch of Menantico Creek). I don't know much about it, or about possible links to our Cumberland County BRMN ancestors. Photo, courtesy of Andrea Batcho, taken sometime before June 2007.
  • Birth record of Eugenija Liudvika Strzyzowska (450 KB)
    Eugenija Liudvika Strzyzowska, born 15 June 1856
  • Thomas Armstrong Bereman (1833-1904) (7 KB)
    Thomas Armstrong Bereman (1833-1904), brother of Jonathan Slaughter Bereman, son of Samuel Emerson Bereman and Eleanor Hampton Ellis.
  • Adela (Maciejewska) Strzyzowska, 1862-1903 (325 KB)
    Adela Maciejewska (Macjones) Strzyzowska (December 1862 - 4 October 1903), daughter of Michal Maciejewski (Macjones) and Marianna (Szczepanska) Maciejewska, wife of Bronislaw Franciszek Strzyzowski, mother of Casimir, Zofia, and Edward.
  • Three Bereman brothers, c. 1865-70 (52 KB)
    Thomas Armstrong Bereman (1833-1904), Samuel Oliver Bereman (1842-1904), and Alva Hamilton Bereman (1829-1887), brothers of Jonathan Slaughter Bereman and sons of Samuel Emerson Bereman and Eleanor Hampton Ellis.
  • Alfred Bedford Clark and children (34 KB)
    Alfred Bedford Clark, center; Anderson William Clark and Harney Coleman Clark standing, left to right; Clarinda Clark and Violet Maria Clark sitting, left to right.
  • John Garratt/Ann James marriage bond, 25 July 1758 (427 KB)
    John Garratt's marriage bond for £1000, dated in Bristol 25 July 1758
  • Julian Strzyzowski/Kazimira Babianska, 1855 (549 KB)
    Marriage record of Julian Strzyzowski and Kazimira Babianska, married in Wladyslawow, Poland-Russia, on 19 June 1855
  • Bronislaw Strzyzowski/Adela Maciejewska, 1882 (855 KB)
    Marriage record of Bronislaw Strzyzowski and Adela Meciejewska (Macjones), married in Warsaw, Poland-Russia, on 8 July 1882
  • John Garratt/Ann Burges marriage registry, 1772 (235 KB)
    Marriage entry registry at St. Mary's Redcliffe, Bristol, for John Garratt and Ann Burges, 11 October 1772
  • Will of Ann (Burges) Garratt, proved in July 1808 (656 KB)
    Ann (Burges) Garratt's will, written in 1804 and proved on 26 or 28 July 1808
  • Baptism record of Bronisław Franciszek Strzyżowski (916 KB)
    This happened in Władysławów on 25 March / 6 April 1858, at 2 p.m. Julian Strzyżowski appeared, cashier of the town of Władysławów, from Władysławów, age 28, in the presence of Marcin Kuczkowski, age 30, pharmacist, and Tomasz Sarankiewicz, mayor of the town of Władysławów, age 50, from Władysławów-and showed us a child of the male gender, born 17 / 29 January of this year at 11 a.m. to his wife Kazimiera nee Babiańska, age 27, with creation of this record delayed until today due to postponement of Holy Baptism to this date. At Holy Baptism, administered on this day, the child was given the names Bronisław Franciszek, and the godparents were Aleksander Babiański and Balbina Petruszek. This document was read aloud to the declarant and witnesses and signed. (Signed in the original) - Julian Strzyżowski - M. Kuczkowski.- Administrator of the parish of Władysławów, Rev. S. Ruszyński. - The conformance of this registry extract with an original duplicate translated from Russian to Polish, preserved in the Władysławów County Hypothecary Department, is certified, and it was issued to Bronisław Franciszek Strzyżowski.- City of Władysławów, 1 July 1880. Secretary of the Władysławów Hypothecary Department A. Swiderski
  • Birth record of Adela Maciejūnas (898 KB)
    This happened in the town of Pilwiszki on 6 April 1863 at 5 p.m. Michał Maciejunas, a railroad foreman, age 31, residing in the town of Pilwiszki, appeared. In the presence of Andrzej Starkewicz, railroad watchman, age 41, and Maciej Szostakowski, farmer, age 30, both residing in the town of Pilwiszki, he showed us a child of the female gender, stating that it was born in Pilwiszki yesterday at 8 p.m. to his wife, Maryanna, née Szcepańska, age 25. At Holy Baptism, administered on this day by the parish priest, Wincenty Muraszko, the child was given the name Adella, and the godparents were the aforesaid Andrzej Starkewicz and Maryanna Kruszyńska. This document was read aloud to the declarant and witnesses and was signed by Us, inasmuch as the declarant and witnesses cannot write.
  • Samuel Oliver Bereman (1842-1904) and family (44 KB)
    This photo (from Garth Hagerman) may have been taken around the time of Jessie Knox Bereman's marriage in 1899, presumably at Samuel Oliver Bereman's home in Atchison, KS. Back row (L to R): Fay Bereman, Samuel Roy Bereman, Theona Ellis Bereman; front row: Burton Leonard Searle, Jessie Knox (Bereman) Searle, Damaris (Ross) Bereman, Samuel Oliver Bereman. Samuel was the son of Samuel Emerson Bereman and Eleanor Hampton (Ellis) Bereman, the brother of Jonathan Slaughter Bereman, the husband of Damaris (Ross) Bereman, and the father of Theona, Jesse, Samuel, and Millicent.
  • Samuel Emerson Bereman, 1804-1864 (22 KB)
    Samuel Emerson Bereman (1 November 1804 - 7 July 1864), son of Thomas Bereman and Nancy (Emerson) Bereman, husband of Eleanor Hampton (Ellis) Bereman, father of Jonathan, Alva, Emeline, Thomas, William, Carolyn, Tilghman, Samuel, and Sarah. This photo by courtesy of Charlie Larimer.
  • Eleanor Hampton (Ellis) Bereman, 1806-1881 (22 KB)
    Eleanor Hampton (Ellis) Bereman (22 June 1806 - 7 August 1881), daughter of Augustine Ellis and Mildred (Slaughter) Ellis, wife of Samuel Emerson Bereman, mother of Jonathan, Alva, Emeline, Thomas, William, Carolyn, Tilghman, Samuel, and Sarah. This photo by courtesy of Charlie Larimer.
  • Alva Hamilton Bereman, 1829-1887 (38 KB)
    Alva Hamilton Bereman (1829-1887), son of Samuel Emerson Bereman and Eleanor Hampton (Ellis) Bereman, brother of Jonathan Slaughter Bereman, husband of Sarah J. (Darnell) Bereman, father of Maud and Edith. This photo by courtesy of Charlie Larimer.
  • Emeline Ramsey (Bereman) Ritner, 1831-1909 (25 KB)
    Emeline Ramsey (Bereman) Ritner (1831-1909), daughter of Samuel Emerson Bereman and Eleanor Hampton (Ellis) Bereman, sister of Jonathan Slaughter Bereman, wife of Jacob B. Ritner, mother of Evangaline, Eulalie, Lucetta, Thomas, Katherine, William, and Emeline. This photo by courtesy of Charlie Larimer.
  • Jacob B. Ritner, 1828 - c. 1873 (24 KB)
    Jacob B. Ritner (16 December 1828 - Bet. 1872 - 1873), son of Henry Ritner and Lucetta (Alter) Ritner, husband of Emeline Ramsey (Bereman) Ritner, father of Evangaline, Eulalie, Lucetta, Thomas, Katherine, William, and Emeline. This photo by courtesy of Charlie Larimer.
  • The Strzyzowski family coat of arms (Gozdawa) (244 KB)
    Herb Gozdawa: The Strzyzowski family coat of arms since at least 1688.
  • The Babianski family coat of arms (Debno) (116 KB)
    Herb Debno: The Babianski family coat of arms, apparently bestowed originally upon ancestor Maciej Babianski by Polish King Sigizmund-August on February 21, 1569, in gratitude for Maciej's military services rendered to the Sovereign and the Grand Principality of Lithuania.
  • Baptism record of Kazimira Babianska (1824) (179 KB)
    In the year of Our Lord 1824 March 19th, I Stanislaw Giedgowd parish-priest in Szyd?[owiec] baptised the child named Pelagia Josepha Casimira, born on the 12th of this [month and year] from the legal couple of father nobleman Vincentis Babianski and mother noble lady Anna Stankiewiczówna from the manor [mansion] Lawczyn[s]ki. The child's parents were present at the baptism with noble lady Anna Kuszelewska, citizen accompanied with sponsors: nobleman Ludovicus Pitrudzki and noble lady Barbara Gruzewska, all from Szydlowiec. [From the baptism register of the parish church in Szydlowiec for the entire year of 1824, acquired from the research of Vilius Botyrius (bovil@takas.lt), 17 June 2005; translated from the original Latin by Deborah Irwin (starrynite@racc2000.com), Genealogist/Research Director, Ancestral Attic, 27 June 2005 -- JTS].
  • Alexander Edwardowich Strzhizhovsky (1861) (75 KB)
    Alexander Edwardowich Strzhizhovsky (10 December 1861 - 1937), son of Edward Wladislaw Strzyzowski and Aleksandra Fedorovna Zmakina, husband of Lidia Leonidovna Grigorieva, father of Tatiana, Boris, Ekaterina, Dmitri, Natalya, Grigori, Fiodor, Sofia, Vera, and Lidia. The picture was taken around 1930, and was received from Nataly Bondareva.
  • Grave of Thomas Beriman 1694-1749 (324 KB)
    Stone is in the Presbyterian Church Cemetery, across the street from (rather than behind) the Presbyterian Church on Ye Greate Street in Greenwich, Cumberland County, New Jersey. Inscription reads "In memory of Thomas Beriman who died June the 5 1749 aged 55 years." Photo taken on 22 August 2000.
  • Grave of Martha Beriman 1700-1759 (348 KB)
    Stone is in the Presbyterian Church Cemetery, next to grave of Martha's husband Thomas, across the street from (rather than behind) the Presbyterian Church on Ye Greate Street in Greenwich, Cumberland County, New Jersey. Inscription reads "In memory of Martha Beriman who died Septr 1st 1759 aged 59 years". Photo taken on 22 August 2000.
  • Grave of Zerviah Burgin 1736-1759 (316 KB)
    Stone is in the Presbyterian Church Cemetery, next to the graves of Zerviah's parents (Thomas and Martha Beriman), across the street from (rather than behind) the Presbyterian Church on Ye Greate Street in Greenwich, Cumberland County, New Jersey. Inscription reads "In memory of Zerviah Burgin Who died Sep y 15 1759 Aged 23 years." Photo taken on 22 August 2000.
  • Location of graves of Thomas/Martha Beriman (451 KB)
    Shows the location, in relation to the church building across the street and to other graves, of the graves of Thomas and Martha Beriman and their daughter Zerviah Burgin in the Presbyterian Church cemetery in Greenwich, Cumberland County, New Jersey. Their graves are the three in the foreground of the picture (from left to right: Martha, Thomas, Zerviah). Photo taken 22 August 2000.
  • Lidia Leonidovna Grigorieva (1875) (85 KB)
    Lidia Leonidovna Grigorieva (04 August 1875 - 1954) daughter of Leonid Fedorovich Grigoriev, wife of Alexander Edwardowich Strzhizhovsky, mother of Tatiana, Boris, Ekaterina, Dmitri, Natalya, Grigori, Fiodor, Sofia, Vera, and Lidia. The picture was received from Nataly Bondareva.
  • Grave of John Bereman 1734-1805 (303 KB)
    Stone is in the Presbyterian Church Cemetery, across the street from (rather than behind) the Presbyterian Church on Ye Greate Street in Greenwich, Cumberland County, New Jersey. Inscription reads "In memory of John Bereman who departed this life on the 7th day of January 1805 in the 71st year of his age." Photo taken on 22 August 2000.
  • Dmitri and Maria Strzhizhovsky with Suvorovs (120 KB)
    Dmitri Alexandrovich Strzhizhovsky (21 September 1899 - 1980), son of Alexander Edwardowich Strzhizhovsky and Lidia Leonidovna Grigorieva, father of Andrey and Natalya, is on the far right. His wife, Maria Pietrovna Suvorova (1904 - 1989), is next to him. The other two women are members of the Suvorov family. The picture was taken in 1954 in Moscow, and was received from Nataly Bondareva.
  • Grave of Sarah (Bateman) Bereman 1739-1804 (217 KB)
    Stone is in the Presbyterian Church Cemetery, next to grave of Sarah's husband John, across the street from (rather than behind) the Presbyterian Church on Ye Greate Street in Greenwich, Cumberland County, New Jersey. Inscription reads "In memory of Sarah Bereman who departed this life on the 5th day of May 1804 in the 65th year of her age." Photo taken on 22 August 2000.
  • Piotr Suvorov (40 KB)
    Piotr Suvorov, father of Maria Pietrovna Suvorova. This picture was received from Nataly Bondareva.
  • Location of graves of John/Sarah Bereman (431 KB)
    Shows the location, in relation to the church building across the street and to other graves, of the graves of John and Sarah Bereman in the Presbyterian Church cemetery in Greenwich, Cumberland County, New Jersey. Their graves are the two in the foreground of the picture (from left to right: Sarah, John). Photo taken 22 August 2000.
  • Dmitri Strzhizhovsky with daughter Natalya (88 KB)
    Natalya Dmitrievna Strzhizhovskaya (1937) with her father, Dmitri Alexandrovich Strzhizhovsky (21 September 1899 - 1980). This picture was taken in the 1970s, and was received from Nataly Bondareva.
  • Grave of Johnson Reeves 1751-1810 (285 KB)
    Stone is in the Presbyterian Church Cemetery, across the street from (rather than behind) the Presbyterian Church on Ye Greate Street in Greenwich, Cumberland County, New Jersey. Johnson Reeves was the husband of Zerviah Bereman, daughter of John and Sarah Bereman. Inscription reads "In memory of Johnson Reeves who departed this life April 2d 1810, aged 58 years." This is then followed by a verse: "Alas he's gone to us he has bid adieu; Anticipating heaven by joys in view; A world of sorrow he has left behind; Sickness & pain & met his end resign'd." Photo taken on 22 August 2000.
  • Andrey and Ludmila Strzhizhovsky (197 KB)
    Andrey Dmitrievich Strzhizhovsky (04 December 1934), son of Dmitri Alexandrovich Strzhizhovsky and Maria Pietrovna Suvorova, father of Alexandra and Natalya, with his wife Ludmila Vasilievna Gorina. The picture was received from daughter Nataly.
  • Location of grave of Johnson Reeves (448 KB)
    Shows the location, in relation to the church building across the street and to other graves, of the grave of Johnson Reeves in the Presbyterian Church cemetery in Greenwich, Cumberland County, New Jersey. His stone is the large one in the foreground of the picture (notice also the smaller stone just to the left of Johnson's stone, which has no legible writing on it. This could conceivably be the grave of his wife, Zerviah Bereman, daughter of John and Sarah Bereman). Photo taken 22 August 2000.
  • Alexander Fedorovich Strzhizhovsky (1901) (118 KB)
    Alexander Fedorovich Strzhizhovsky (25 December 1901 - 15 December 1993), son of Fiodor Edwardowich Strzhizhovsky (21 March 1869 - 05 November 1957) and Irina Wysheslavtseva (1881 - 30 December 1941), husband of Nadirzda Ivanovna Sergeeva (1902 - 1963), father of Nina. The picture was taken in about 1970 in St. Petersburg, and was received from daughter Nina.
  • Nina's and Pavel's 50th anniversary (213 KB)
    A gathering celebrating the golden wedding anniversary of Nina Strzhizhovskaya (16 February 1932) and Pavel Kurochkim, taken in St. Petersburg in 2005. Nina is at the far left and Pavel at the far right of the seated row. Their daughter Lyola is standing on the far right. To Lyola's right is her son Kostya and kneeling in the front of the picture is her daughter Alyena. The picture was received from Nina.
  • Lev and Tata Strzhizhovsky, Moscow, 2001 (149 KB)
    Lev Fedorovich Strzhizhovsky (09 December 1930 - 23 October 2003), son of Fiodor Alexandrovich Strzhizhovsky and Zhozephina Grigorievna Brodskaya, with his wife Alla Ionovna Sorokina. The picture was taken in Moscow in 2001, and was received from Nina Strzhizhovskaya.
  • Milya Shulz and family, Tblisi, 1948 (153 KB)
    Mikhael Shulz (1887 - 1965), son of Eugenija Liudvika Strzyzowska (15 June 1856 - 1933) and Oskar Shulz (1849 - 1902), with his family. From left to right: wife Olga Giorgyevna Demurishvily (1902 - 1975), son Giorgy (1931 - 11 September 1987), Milya, and daughter Tatiana (1933 - 18 November 2003). The picture was taken in Tblisi in 1948, and was received from Nina Strzhizhovskaya.
  • Nina Strzhizhovskaya (1932) (101 KB)
    Nina Strzhizhovskaya (16 February 1932), daughter of Alexander Fedorovich Strzhizhovsky (25 December 1901 - 15 December 1993) and Nadirzda Ivanovna Sergeeva (1902 - 1963), wife of Pavel Kurochkim (21 December 1931), and mother of Erena (30 December 1956). The picture was received from Nina.
  • Abraham C. Crater, 1817-1903 (79 KB)
    Abraham C. Crater (17 October 1817 - 1 October 1903), son of John Crater and Elizabeth (Clemens) Crater, husband of Elisabeth (Holdeman) Crater, father of Elizabeth, Israel, Louisa, Addie, and John.
  • Alfred Bedford Clark and Rebecca (Crawford) Clark (91 KB)
    Alfred Bedford Clark (28 October 1828 - 29 September 1921), son of William Clark and Temperance (Slinker) Clark, married Rebecca Crawford (19 December 1833 - 29 May 1909), daughter of Alexander Crawford and Rebecca Alexander on 20 February 1851 in Petersburg, Menard County, Illinois. They were the parents of Anderson, Clarinda, Martha, Violet, and Harney.
  • Earl Bereman, Guy Bereman, and band (47 KB)
    This Holyoke, Colorado band features Earl Wilson Bereman (23 September 1881 - 28 December 1955) and his brother Guy Leslie Bereman (11 September 1888 - 29 October 1977). Earl is standing, holding the guitar, second from the right. Guy is standing in the center with the fiddle.
  • Earl Wilson Bereman, 1881-1955 (54 KB)
    Earl Wilson Bereman (23 September 1881 - 28 December 1955), son of Samuel Thomas Bereman and Florence L. (Ashmore) Bereman, husband of Esther Myrtle (Crater) Bereman, father of Elizabeth, Robert, Margaret, and John.
  • Elisabeth (Holdeman) Crater, 1820-1901 (47 KB)
    Elisabeth (Holdeman) Crater (13 September 1820 - 27 February 1901), daughter of Abraham Haldeman and Elizabeth (Funk) Haldeman, wife of Abraham C. Crater, mother of Elizabeth, Israel, Louisa, Addie, and John.
  • Jack and Dmitri in Moscow, June 2006 (234 KB)
    John Theodore Sanders (29 December 1945) and Dmitri Fedorovich Strzhizhovsky (22 March 1938), 2nd great-grandsons of Augustyn Tadeusz Strzyzowski (04 September 1788 - before 1855) and third cousins to one another. The picture was taken in Moscow, June 2006.
  • Eliza (Wheeler) Ashmore (abt. 1835 - bef. 1912) (78 KB)
    Eliza (Wheeler) Ashmore (Turney) (abt. 1835 - bef. 1912), daughter of Dewey Wheeler and Esther (Van Winkle) Wheeler, wife of Samuel Ashmore, mother of Florence.
  • Memorial for Alexander Strzhizhovsky (1861) (268 KB)
    Dmitri Strzhizhovsky (1938) at the memorial to his grandfather, Alexander Edwardowich Strzhizhovsky (10 December 1861 - 1937), and his family. The memorial is in the Donskoy Necropolis, Moscow, and the picture was taken in June 2006.
  • Esther (Crater) Bereman, 1886-1975 (63 KB)
    Esther Myrtle (Crater) Bereman (16 March 1886 - 23 September 1975), daughter of John Crater and Violet (Clark) Crater, wife of Earl Wilson Bereman, mother of Elizabeth, Robert, Margaret, and John.
  • Memorial for Fiodor Strzhizhovsky (1905) (312 KB)
    Memorial for Fiodor Alexandrovich Strzhizhovsky (21 April 1905 - 1967) and his family. The memorial is in the Donskoy Necropolis in Moscow, and the picture was taken in June 2006.
  • Florence L. (Ashmore) Bereman, 1857-1906 (100 KB)
    Florence L. (Ashmore) Bereman (30 June 1857 - 13 March 1906), daughter of Samuel Ashmore and Eliza (Wheeler) Ashmore, wife of Samuel Thomas Bereman, mother of Mollie, Earl, Guy, and Roy.
  • Dmitri's Gozdawa nobility certificate (2001) (121 KB)
    Certificate (dated 2001) indicating that the family of Dmitri Strzhizhovsky (1938) is entitled to use Gozdawa heraldry.
  • John Crater and Violet (Clark) Crater (65 KB)
    John Crater (19 January 1850) married Violet Maria (Clark) Crater (26 January 1857 - 5 March 1950) on 20 August 1876 in Walton, Harvey County, Kansas. They were the parents of Alvah, Edwin, Lula, and Esther.
  • Edward Wladislaw Strzyzowski (1830 - 1909) (86 KB)
    Edward Wladislaw Strzyzowski, born in Wejliszki, Olwity parish, Kalwary district, Poland-Russia, 10 October 1830 - died 1909 in Verki, Tambov province, Russia. Son of Augustyn Tadeusz Strzyzowski and Kazimira Sobolewska, brother of Julian Strzyzowski, husband of Aleksandra Fedorovna Zmakina, father of Alexander, Fiodor, Ekatarina and Erena. This picture was acquired from Nataly Bondareva.
  • Jonathan Slaughter Bereman, 1828-1863 (96 KB)
    Jonathan Slaughter Bereman (1828 - 22 August 1863), son of Samuel Emerson Bereman and Eleanor (Ellis) Bereman, husband of Sarah (Fleming) Bereman, father of Samuel and Stella.
  • Aleksandra Fedorovna Zmakina (c. 1838 - 1911) (161 KB)
    Aleksandra Fedorovna Zmakina, born about 1838 - died 1911 in Verki, Tambov province, Russia. Daughter of Fiodor Akimovich Zmakin and Ekatarina Nikiforova, wife of Edward Wladislaw Strzyzowski, mother of Alexander, Fiodor, Ekatarina and Erena. This picture was acquired from Nataly Bondareva.
  • 1830 registration of Strzyzowski nobility petition (3121 KB)
    Record from the Standing Council of the Polish Kingdom, 1830, record #36.415 (here in fragment #15, taken from Akta Rady Stalej KP 150 s. 48). "Mr Tomasz Strzyzowski bearing GOZDAWA coat of arms, hereby submits an official copy from the court records of year 1688 regarding the assignment of the village of Bolmina by Jan Szembek in favor of Alexander Strzyzowski. Father of the applicant, Mr Kazimierz Strzyzowski was a great-grandson of Alexander, the acquirer of Bolmina real estate and the applicant is entered in the Nobility Books" [translated by Jadwiga Weralska, 4 September 2006].
  • Alexander Edwardowich Strzhizhovsky and family (148 KB)
    Top row (left to right): Tatiana (1895), Ekaterina (1897, Dmitri (1899), Natalia (1901). Middle row: Sofia (1907), Alexander Eduardovich Strzhizhovsky (1861), Lidia Leonidovna (Grigorieva) Strzhizhovskaya (1875). Bottom row: Grigori (1903), Fedor (1905), Lidia (1911), Vera (1907). Boris (1896) is not in the picture, which was taken in Penza in 1912. Acquired from Nina Strzhizhovskaya, October 2006.
  • Fiodor Eduardovich Strzhizhovsky and family (142 KB)
    Top row (standing), from left to right: Dmitri (1905), Alexander (1901), Kazimira (Powasser) Strzhizhovskaya (1883), Marina (1903). Sitting: Vadim (1913), Fiodor Eduardovich Strzhizhovsky (1869), Elena (1911). The picture was taken in Khabarovsk in 1916, and was acquired from Nina Strzhizhovskaya, October 2006.
  • Bolmin, ancestral Strzyzowski home (361 KB)
    This ruin in Bolmin, in Poland near Kielce, was probably the manor of Aleksander Strzyzowski, which he owned (along with the village) in 1688.
 

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