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I am researching the surnames listed below from Poland, Ukraine, and Slovakia. All of them immigrated to the US in the early 1900s. If you would like to compare notes or share information, please contact me by e-mail. Thank you.

SKARUPA from Krisova Ves, Slovakia (may have originated in what is now Niedzica, Poland), immigrated to Torrington, CT in 1900s

KRUPPA from Slovakia, immigrated to Bentleyville, Washington County, PA in 1907

STERANKO from Ukraine, immigrated to Carnegie, PA

POPIVCHAK and CHANAS from what is now Bednarka, Poland, immigrated to Carnegie, PA

BIEN from Bychawa (near Lublin), Poland, imm. to Chicago, IL

STANKIEWICZ from Suwalki area, Poland, imm. to Chicago, IL

NAWODYLO from Bihale, Poland, imm. to Manitoba, Canada in 1907, then to Chicago, IL in 1924

FRANKOWSKI from Bihale, Poland, imm. to Manitoba, Canada in 1907, then to Chicago, IL

GONSIEWSKI (variations include GONSZEWSKI, GASIEWSKI) from Russia-Poland, possibly Lomza area, imm. to Scranton, PA in 1897, then to Chicago, IL in 1903

WYKOWSKI from Lomza, Poland, imm. to Chicago, IL

POREMBSKI (var. POREMSKI) from Stryszow, Poland, imm. to Chicago, IL in 1912

Other names include: TATAR, JANCO, MIHALKO, PANKO, CHANAS, KOWALCIK, JALBRYZYKOWSKI (or JOLBOZIKOWSKI), and ZMIJA
The Andrew M. Skarupa Family Home Page
Updated November 13, 2005

Beth Skarupa
, (Alabama) United States
beskarupa@yahoo.com

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