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Different Genealogy Family Lines of John Kuzmich, Jr.
- Photo Introduction To John Kuzmich,
Jr. Eastern European Roots: an on-line PowerPoint slide show (must use
Microsoft Internet Explorer as your web browser) in Krempachy, Poland
- Meet the Kuzmich/Basalyga Family Lines originating from Snietnica and Stawisha, Poland
- Meet the Turk/Gazvoda, Golobic, Zupancic and Hrovatic
originating from Novo Mesto, Slovenia
- Meet the Galinak, Surma and Kucala Family Lines
originating in Krempachy and Nowa Biala, Poland
- Meet the Extended Kucala Family Lines
originating from Krempachy, Poland
- Meet the Bochnovich Family Lines
originating from Stawisha, Poland
- Meet Adrian Boyko: I believe that
we are descendents of the same Matheo HOC family in Snietnica, Poland via
sisters' Irina and Maria HOC. And if so, then Mr. Boyko and I are 6th cousins
and his father a 5th cousin.
On-Line Family Questionnaire: Are We
Interactive Family Group Sheet/Pedigree Chart Collaboration in my Family History!
Check Out The Following Three Bullets Below:
To See If Your Family History is in My On-line Family GEDCOM
Note: only older
versions of Internet Explorer and Netscape Navigator such as Netscape Navigator
4.7 work with the interactive on-line GEDCOM file below. But. the latest Mozilla
web browser, Firefox 1.0, works great. Free download at: <http://www.mozilla.com>.
is so good, it will probably be your default web browser
from now on.
- Your Own Interactive
Family History Search in my Family History! (Find
Out How We Are Really Related! Go to the "Family List"
icon and find your name or any other possible relative and click on it. That
person's entire family history will appear in a pedigree chart format!!!!
Any person with a (P) means that there are photograph(s) for that person.
Simply click on the person and if a "Pictures" icon appears, click on it.
Then select which HTML photograph file you want to view. Hope you like the
photos. My goal is to post as many photographs for every relative found on
this web site!
- On-Line Family History Questionaire: Are we related?
Click to compare your family origin information with mine and there's an on-line
questionnaire that is electronically sent to me after you have gone through
the above mentioned GEDCOM file at: <http://www.kuzmich.com/family_questionnaire2.html>.
This is the fastest way for us to find out if we are possibily related.
- Maps of eastern European roots:
- Krempachy and Nowa Biala, Poland: <http://www.maplandia.com/poland/malopolske/nowy-targ/krempachy/>.
12 kilometers southeast of Nowy Targ (go east and north on map slider
and you'll easily find Nowy Targ).
- Snietnica and Stawisha, Poland: a) http://www.lemko.org/maps100/Pages/Pg55.html,
b) Go to the "B2" square for Snietnica and Stawisha at: http://www.mapquest.com/maps/map.adp?formtype=address&country=PL&addtohistory=&city=Gorlice,
In between Banica and Brunary; Poland, about 5 kilometers north of present
- Novo Mesto, Slovenia: a) http://www.multimap.com/map/browse.cgi?client=public&GridE=15.1657&GridN=45.7995&lon=15.1657&lat=45.7995&db=w3&overviewmap=&country=Slovenia&scale=1000000&lang=®ion=&client=public&cidr_client=none&place=Novo+Mesto,
and c) http://www.burger.si/NovoMesto/NovoMesto2.htm
- Maximilianovka, Maryinka district, Ukraine is a very small village about
30 kilometers from Donetsk, a large city: <http://www.ukrainianweb.com/map_ukraine.htm>.
Click on Donetsk on map to see local area map and then look for Maryinka
district west of Donetsk.
Foreign Language Family History Translations
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