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RE: Joseph Barko You're welcome Steven and thanks for adding it. It appeared to be a suicide but I didn't add that part in. I left it a little vague, I found the story in the newspaper on chroniclingamerica.loc.gov.
Peter & Julia Glades Hi Steven, The scant info is almost totally from the cemetery records. I think I must have looked up a death cert for Peter to get his place of birth and DOD. Also to see how Glades was spelled there as it appears Gladis & Glades on cemetery records. Best - rob
Fachko info Hi Steven, I'm wondering what info you have on Stephen and Theresa (Arendaczki) Fecsko. I'm trying to find their parents OR their siblings. Do you know if Stephen or Theresa had siblings who came to the US? I think I've figured out who most of their children were in the US. Alana
St. Michael's cemetery Jessup, Lackawanna,PA Hi Steven, I'm not sure why you named St. Michael's Cemetery "Orthodox". St. Michael's Byzantine Catholic Church was in Jessup, PA was closed many years ago and the church records can be found at Holy Ghost Byzantine Catholic Church, Jessup, PA, today. The Byzantine or Greek Catholic church is the Eastern Rite of the Catholic Church. It is under the Pope of Rome not the Orthodox Bishops in Greece, Russia or Constantinople. The Byzantine Church uses the Julian calendar. The Orthodox church uses the Gregorian calendar. That is why Christmas and Easter are different days in the respective churches. I looked for a way to correct this but I think that you will have to edit this because you set it up. I think this will make it easier for people to find Saint Michael's in the future. Thanks for your attention to this matter. The Byzantine Church also uses the three(3) bar cross. Thanks, Michele Balog