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401 She was of Full-Hawai'ian ancestry. Unknown, Hattie (I270)
402 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Mendoza, Y. (I1546)
403 She was the first of her siblings to be born in Hawaii. Mary and Michael moved to Long Beach, CA in 1967. Mary moved to Chula Vista after Michaels death in 1971. Martin, Maria (I197)
404 Sloan Kettering Memorial Hospital, NYC, NY Allen, Michael Thomas (I1029)
405 Slovakia Census, 1869 > Saros > Posfalu > Page 23 of 61 Source (S515)
406 Sophie notes: She was born at home on the island. There were no doctors or hospitals on the island. Arasimowicz, Sophie Marie (I371)
407 Source Call No: 0488953
Batch No: C988341
Sheet: 00 
Source (S240)
408 Source Citation
Year: 1871; Census Place: St Roch South, Quebec East, Quebec; Roll: C-10345; Page: 8; Family No: 28

Sub-district: St Roch South

Source Information and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. 1871 Census of Canada [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Operations Inc, 2009.

Appreciation is expressed to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints for providing the 1871 Canada Census Index.
Original data: Library and Archives Canada. Census of Canada, 1871. Ottawa, Ontario, Canada: Library and Archives Canada, n.d.. RG31-C-1. Statistics Canada Fonds. Microfilm reels: C-9888 to C-9975, C-9977 to C-10097, C-10344 to C-10388, C-10390 to C-10395, to C-10540 to C-10570.

Source Description
This database is an every name index to individuals enumerated in the 1871 Canada Census, the first census of Canada since confederation in 1867. National censuses have been taken every 10 years since 1871 and every five years since 1971. The 1871 census includes the four original provinces ? Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Quebec, and Ontario. 
Source (S524)
409 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Piscitelli, D. (I537)
410 Source URL: Majercin, Carolyn J. (I47)
411 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Majercin, J.A. (I48)
412 Source: E-mail letter, C. Adams (July 30, 2002)
George Ana met Isabella while in the Merchant Marines. George's parents are Samuel Ana and Hattie Kawelo Kalua of Honolulu. ... Hattie was pure Hawaiian and Samuel was Hawaiian/Chinese.
We have names that we are curently trying to trace possibly back to the Royal Family. 
Ana, George Kaipo (I745)
413 Source: Waves Fishers Island Free School Newspaper
Date: March 1985
Title: Class of 1929

John Arasimowicz who is better known as John Chestnut, was a member of the first graduation class from the Fishers Island Union Free School.
Graduating in 1929, John had attended Fishers Island School since first grade. In elementary school his calss was in one room with one teacher that taught English, history, math, science, and a language.
The language was either French or Latin. In 1924 John's entire class skipped 8th grade and went right into 9th grade. "In biology things were not as advanced as today." The kids did not use kits like they do today. "Instead they used the island." To get a better understanding of living things they would go out and catch lobsters, frogs, fish, worms, salamanders, etc. In high school, classes were taught in separate rooms with separate teachers. The school bought the books for the children.
An average school day for John included walking to school on paths that the children made through the woods, starting classes at 8 a.m. and getting out at 12pm for lunch. Classes started again at 1 and school was dismissed at 4. While doing s homework, he would sometimes study by kerosene lamp.
One of the first dances ever held in the school was by the senior class. John's class had the dance for a fund raiser so they could go see Macbeth in New York.
When asked how it felt to be in the first graduating class, his answer was, "The auditorium was jammed." 
Arasimowicz, John J. (I419)
414 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Majercin, L. (I123)
415 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F570
416 Source: Mayerchin, Deborah Ph.D. (I606)
417 Source:

* Mary Allen (daughter of Edward James Allen and Mary Barbara Wagner) was born January 20, 1915 in Astoria, NY, and died February 25, 1993 in Brookhaven Memorial Hospital, Patchogue, NY.She married Robert E. Wagner on December 31, 1938 in Our Lady of Mount Carmel C.C. Rectory, Astoria, Queens, NY, son of Marcel Wagner and Anna Mittermeier.
Includes NotesNotes for Mary Allen:
Aunt "Marie" was born at home, 495 3rd Ave.,Astoria, NY with the aid of a midwife. Sponsored for baptism by her Uncle, John C. Allen and her Aunt , Mary "Mae" Allen. Married Robert E. Wagner in the Rectory of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel because Robert was not Catholic.

* Aunt "Marie" was born at home, 495 3rd Ave., Astoria, NY with the aid of a midwife. 
Allen, Marie C. (I549)
418 Source: Kracunovce (Karacson mezzo) Roman Catholic Church Records
Baptisms, marriages, deaths (1889-1895)
Page 29:
Entry #9
Date: November 1, 1892
Name: Mih?ly Majercin Luscs?k
Parents: Majercsin, Luscsak Mih?ly es Peticki, Anna
Location: Kukemero
Age: 1 year, 4 months
Cause: Jaundice 
Majercsin, Mihaly (I1520)
419 Source: Kracunovce Roman Catholic Church Records
Baptisms, marriages, deaths (1889-1895)
Page: 51
Entry #18
Birth: June 22, 1895
Baptism: June 30, 1895
Name: János
Father: Majercsin Luscsák Mihály
Mother: Peticzki, Anna
Location: Vaspatak #18
Godfather:Pavuk Vasko Janos (rk)
Godmother: Misaly Maria (luth)
Priest: Vasmam, Jozsef 
Majercsin, Janos (I650)
420 Source: The Hartford (CT) Courant
Date: September 10, 2002
Page: B8

Myra (Gallagher) Arasimowicz, of East Street, Stafford Springs, formerly of Wethersfield, passed into eternal rest Friday (September 6, 2002).
She was the beloved wife of the late Theodore L. Arasimowicz, and daughter of the late Bridgette (Mangan) and Patrick Gallagher.
She was raised and educated in Yonkers, NY. Myra graduated from Yonkers High, Morse School of Business and Yonkers College. She was employed at Hartford Hospital until her retirement 15 years ago.
She is survived by her only child, Janet (Arasimowicz) Drouin M.A.; her son-in-law, Rene Drouin; and her two ``reasons for living'', granddaughters, Renee Ann Drouin and Erin Marie Drouin, with whom she resided.
She is also survived by a step son, Steven Peck of Rocky Hill; a sister, Mary Kulakowich; and a nephew, Robert Kulakowich, both of Port Orange, FL; a nephew, Gene Brown and his family of Poughkeepsie, NY; a much loved cousin, Peggy Curry and her family of Hartford; and numerous other nieces, nephews, cousins, friends and their families. Besides her husband and parents.
She was predeceased by her brothers, Edmund, Hugh, and Joey; and sisters, Kathleen, Eileen, Delores and Esther.
A private burial was held September 9, in Rose Hill Memorial Park, Rocky Hill.
Janet would like to thank the nursing staff at Hartford Hospital ICU, especially Jane. Also, Dr. Louis Compietello and Yvonne of Enfield. I will forever be grateful to Dr. Sultan Alam Quraishi of Enfield for the years of excellent healthcare, support, friendship and love he gave my mother so she was able to enjoy and enrich the lives of her two granddaughters. You will be missed forever, Myra, but you will live in our hearts forever.
Erin Go Bragh! Rose Hill Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements 
Gallagher, Myra T. (I431)
421 Southside Hospital, Islip, NY Allen, Michael Thomas (I1029)
422 Spelling of first name:
Mary Pacheco spelled her name "Jolene"
Census spelling is "Juling" 
Bohol, Juling T. (I280)
423 Spelling of name on 1869 Hungarian Census: MAJIRCSIN Majircsin, Janos (I633)
424 Spelling: Majircsin on 1869 Hungarian Census and birth certificate. Majircsin, Michaël (I20)
425 Spellings of Surname:

** 1907 - ADECKO - As stated on her marriage certificate to Michael Kacmar

** 1920 - ANDESCHO - As stated on Death certificate of son John.

** 1940 - ANDERCHO - As stated on marriage certificate of son Joseph..

** 1971 - ONDCHECKO - According to Pape Mortuary database, her last name was spelled Ondcheko.
Andercho, Anna (I126)
426 SSN Death Index: 20 Feb 1893 Matas, John (I688)
427 SSN states that his SSN card was issued in Pennsylvania.
1930 US Census shows Tingle in Chester City, Delaware CO. PA. 
Tingle, Walter B. (I1598)
428 St. Francis Cemetery Paquette, Male (I643)
429 St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church Family F58
430 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F626
431 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Majercin, M.A. (I1751)
432 St. Stephens Catholic Church Cemetery
Section C 
Majircsin, Andras (I646)
433 St. Stephens Catholic Church Cemetery
Section C 
Tambra, Maria (I647)
434 State of Illinois Death Certificate #:0040769 Majercin, John (I660)
435 State of Illinois Death Index Data:
Death Certification #: 0043364
County: Vermilion 
Majercin, Michael George (I11)
436 State of Issue: Hawai'i Fleishour, Clinton Martin (I350)
437 Status: Student Majerchin, Janice M. (I1367)
438 Stephanie Greenwood: According to dad (Steve Pacheco) Francisco and Salvador Perez used to raise roosters with you grandfather (Michael Pacheco), they used to fight them. Apparently Salvador used to make big bucks with his roosters in Guam, he used to go all over the place buying fighting roosters... Aren't you proud! Perez, Francisco (I267)
439 Stephen Majercin was attached to the 380th Bomb Group, Squadron 531, serving in the US Army Air Corp in WWII.

The 380th operated from Fenton Airfield, Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia.
(Click on the above link and choose "Satellite" to see the original airfield.
Majercin, Steve T.
Squadron: 531
Serial #: 36047243
Duties: Ground Staff, Armament, Armorer 
Majercin, Stephen Tullis (I110)
440 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Majercin, G. (I1945)
441 Surname comes from daughter, Anna's baptismal record in 1847.
Spelling on 1869 census for maiden name (possible): Ivanko 
Palko, Anna (I1519)
442 Susan is listed as the "Informant" on the Death Certificate of her father, Michael Kacmar, in 1937. Kacmar, Susan (I134)
443 Susan Leonard (1914-2003)

Susan A. Leonard, 89, formerly of 1506 Union St., died at 11:45 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 15, 2003, at St. Mary?s Hospital.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at St. Stephen?s Church. The Rev. Jeffrey Lawrence will be the celebrant.

Music will be by St. Stephen?s Grade School Choir under the direction of JoAnn Cave. Sister Blanka will be the organist.

Burial will be in St. Stephen?s Cemetery. Pallbearers will be daughters, Nancy Appel, Norma Majercin and Mary Ann Pruess; sons-in-law, Robert Appel, George Majercin and Robert Pruess; and grandson-in-law, Gene Roberts.

Honorary pallbearers will be granddaughters, Brenda Majercin, Sharon Roberts and Susan Serrault; grandson, Jerome Majercin; great-grandsons, Christopher Majercin and Dustin Serrault; and great-granddaughters, Jessica Majercin and Elizabeth Young.

Visitation will be 9-10:45 a.m. Tuesday at Solon, Baker & Telford Funeral Home. The rosary will be recited at 10:15 a.m.

Born Feb. 23, 1914, in Streator, she was the daughter of Andrew and Mary (Lukach) Dzurisin. She married Bernard Leonard on June 5, 1937, at St. Stephen?s Church. He died Oct. 21, 1985.

Surviving are daughters, Nancy (Mrs. Robert) Appel, Norma (Mrs. George) Majercin and Mary Ann (Mrs. Robert) Pruess, all of Streator; four grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; sisters, Elsie Dzurisin and Marge Petro, both of Streator; and Mary Besserman of DeKalb; and brothers, John (Mickey) Dzurisin of Mt. Prospect; and Peter Dzurisin of Mahomet.

She was preceded in death by her parents; brothers, Andrew, Frank, George, Joseph E. and Steven Dzurisin; and sisters, Katie Pouk and Anna Zack.

She resided in Streator all of her life and had formerly worked at Owens-Illinois Glass Company and the Paris Garter Factory.

Memorials may be directed to St. Stephen?s Church in the form of Masses. 
Source (S163)
444 Ted is listed living with his sister Mary (Mamie) and her family in the 1920 Census.
Elizabeth Clemente remembers that he was dying when she met him about 1950.
He never married. 
Wagner, Theodore Charles (I504)
445 The 1910 census lists year of immigration as 1891, though Francisco Pacheco is listed living in Kekaha in the 1890 Honolulu City Directory. Pacheco, Francisco (I237)
446 The 1920 Census finds Peter, 31y.o., living on East Lake Rd. in Richmond, Ontario, New York along with wife Anna M., 23 y.o., daughter Matilda, 4 y.o. and his sister in law Mildred B. (could not make out last name).

In the 1930 Census I could not find Peter, but found Anna M. and Matilda B. living at #32 Porter St., Seneca Falls, Seneca, New York. They were working as housekeepers and living in their employers home. According to the Census Anna was still married (not widowed) with no mention of Peter or his whereabouts. This was during the depression so I can only surmise he was seeking work in other places and not enumerated in any Census that year 
Wagner, Peter (I505)
447 The alias surname Luscsak appears on a number of birth documents, including his father name as listed on baptismal records.
It also appears on his brother Mihaly's childrens birth documents. 
Majircsin, Andras (I646)
448 The San Diego Union
Monday, December 7, 1959
Page B-1, Column 1

Woman Found Dead At Home

A 35-year old woman was found dead Saturday on the couch of her apartment at 2329 Adams Ave. according to Deputy Coroner Jesse C. Canale.
Canale said the woman, Mrs. Aletha Evelyn Majercin, was found at 10:50 a.m. by her landlord, Ralph Brandson of 242 22nd St. Canale said Branson told him that Mrs. Majercin had been feeling despondent and that he went over to her apartment to se how she was feeling.
Canale said the woman had been dead for about 30-35 hours. 
Altman, Aletha Evelyn (I37)
449 Then: Posfalu, Hungary
Year: As listed in 1869 Hungarian Census. 
Majircsin, Janos (I633)
450 These two notes were posted by Dionne and Barry during their lifelong search for Graham.

Missing: Graham John Majercin (or Peters)
Name: Dionne Majercin (2004-03-25 10:20:04)
Message: I am looking for my uncle birth name Graham John Majercin (or Peters) he was born May 1945 and was given to Barnardos for adoption in approx 1947. His family have been searching for many years. Please email if you have any further information. Thank you

Missing: Graham Majercin
Name: Barry Majercin (2004-04-05 16:21:20)
Message: Graham, I lost you many years ago when our mother decided to give you away, to whom I don't know. I was only about 3 years old at the time and you are 18 months younger than me. She will not tell me where she took you or why. I was in Watford, Hertfordshire England at the time of your disappearance. I am now 60 years old which should make you around 57-58 years old. I now live in the U.S.A. with dual citizenship since our father was an American. I think that our mother had on your birth certificate a last name of Peters or Knight (mother's maiden name). Our mother's name is Patricia Tapley (married name). You were born in Royston, Hertfordshire, England. I have tried for years to find you, but to no avail, have not been successful. Please contact me in the U.S.A. at 303-797-7599 or write to my friend Hoppy at I look forward to meeting you, once again. God bless! 
Majercin, Graham Thomas (I38)

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