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I am a Polish genealogist searching for descendants of our ancestors from the families Olejarz of the name , including the U.S., especially in states bordering the Great Lakes, also in Illinois. Polish family Olejarz history dates back to the fifteenth century . Immigrants from the families Olejarz of the Polish settled, inter alia, in Illinois since about 1900. I'm looking for their traces and their descendants. Can you help me?.
Silesian Genealogical Association
Welcome to our group Andrew...
Do you have any first names, possible year of birth/immigration etc. and I should warn you "last names" got changes quickly in the USA..(so spelling may vary)
I ask you to contact me at my e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
I'll send you the files with data on my ancestors, their families and their relatives in Illinois and other states in the Great Lakes because they are mainly there to live after his arrival to the U.S. to this day.
Andrew Olejarz, Wroclaw, Poland
I received your files on Olejarz families in the U.S. I also have a large collection of personal data of my forefathers - immigrants to the United States, and their American families from about 1910 to the present day. The problem is that in many cases I can not associate the people who left the U.S. with their families in Poland and in the U.S.A. My ancestors emigrated and settled in the U.S.A. or returned to Poland after a few years in the U.S. Sometimes they even come to the U.S.A. several times. These immigrant named Olejarz was quite a lot. They came to the U.S.A. from different localities in Poland. They settled in after arriving in the U.S. mainly in the states bordering the Great Lakes or their descendants from the time they settled in another neighboring states. I make just migration routes Olejarz American families from Ellis Island to Michigan. I intend to develop them and then lead them to Poland, and here - to the common cradle of our race in Podkarpacie Voievodeship (Subcarpathian Province) in the south-eastern Poland. In the email I send you some files. They can help you in locating information about these people by the name of Olejarz, who settled in Illinois, and which I unsuccessfully looking for a long time. These are primarily data from the U.S. search engine people. I have more of such data. But their usefulness is very limited. We are left in contact. We warmly greet you from Wroclaw, Poland from a distant.
Andrew (in Polish: Andrzej) Olejarz ;)
I will be interested to see some of the names, I am not related, but there is Polish in my Heritage ,sort of , through marriages. But I shall find your family interesting and hopefully I can a bit more information for you. My lines on both sides are Hungarian and Austrian.
Elizabeth(Erzsebet in Hungarian)
Hi, Elizabeth !
Szóval kedves magyar származású Elizabeth! Üdvözöljük!. Jó reggelt. Közelebb áll hozzám Budapestre, mint a Nagy-tavak (Great Lakes). Nagyon szeretem a magyarokat!. Jó Napot !. ;)
"Pole - Hungary, two nephews -
and to the sword and to the cup "
Węgier jako dziecko, to bardzo zardzewiałe teraz, ale mam cieszyć się polską muzykę, mógłbym tańczyć zanim mogłem chodzić, jak moja matka mawiała
( these days I have to use a translator program, I understand Hungarian spoken, much better than I read it.. I should have paid more attention in years past, my Mother spoke, German, Hungarian, Polish, English, she could also write in all of them.. I have to admit I do miss hearing it.)
for some reasaon I couldn't open the file you sent, I don't have the program that you used I did find one online, but would rather not have to buy a new one at present time. can you send it another way?.