Welcome To The Next Generation of John Kuzmich, Jr. Family History
If you don't need promptings to this web site, please go to: http://www.kuzmich2.com/genealogy/index.php and you will find many exciting new features. If this is your first time, please read on.
Most significant feature is that one can search my entire GEDCOM file to learn if visitors are related to me by not only viewing the GEDCOM file, but also by displaying family group sheets and pedigree charts instantly for any individual! To search my GEDCOM file on the opening page, type in the first and last names one at-a-time that you want to learn if that person is found in my GEDCOM. If the name and dates/geographical locations match, we definbitely have some common genealogical roots. There are also some handy advanced search features that you can be incorporated to help make your ancestorial search more accurate.
I will outline what some of these exciting new features are. While this web site is not complete, it definitely represents a second generation beyond my family blog at: http://kuzmichgenealogy.blogspot.com. In fact, this web site could be life-long endeavor since it offers so many ways to highlight ones family history beyond GEDCOM capabilities. And together with my family blog, it certainly is a "life-long project in the making." And both web sites will be updated regularly.
Below is a screen capture from this web site. Now go to http://www.kuzmich2.com/genealogy/index.php and explore for yourself. The photo in the opening screen capture from this web site. Below are the three Kuzmich brothers from Snietnica taken in Passaic, New Jersey, circa 1910. My grandfather, Anthony, is is the right person while the left person is his step-brother John and the center one is his step brother Dmitri. Now go to http://www.kuzmich2.com/genealogy/index.php and explore their histories, more photos and more info about my Eastern European Roots in Poland, Slovakia, Slovenian and the Ukraine.