Hi Nancy, Your husband is my 2nd cousin. His father, Constantine "Dean" Adamache (1924-1996), was actually born at Lakenheath, Saskatchewan, a farming community about 70 miles south of Moose Jaw. It was at Lakenheath (near Limerick) where the Adamaches first settled when they came to Canada. Constantine's father, George Adamache (1899-1975), was the 6th son of Iamandei Adamache (1856-1944) & his wife, Ana Mircea (1859-1945). My Grandmother, Dumitra Adamache Caragata (1884-1965), was the eldest daughter of Iamandei & Ana (Mircea) Adamache, who had a family of eight sons (Christache, Neagu, Radu, Nicolai, Vasile, Gheorghe, Stefan, Michat) & four daughters (Dumitra, Marghiola, Rada, Joieta). The two youngest sons, Stefan & Michat, died at the age or 4 or 5. Iamandei & Ana hailed from the vicinty of Ciorasti, District of Rimnicu-Sarat, Ploiesti Province, Romania. Circa 1885, they moved down to the Black Sea province of Dobrogea & settled on a farm near Ducuzulu (now Cuza Voda) in Constanta County between the Danube River and the Black Sea port of Constanta. The entire Adamache family (with the exception of Michat who died in 1906, & the two eldest children - Christache & Dumitra who were both married & with families of their own), departed from Romania in the Spring of 1907 and immigrated to western Canada. Stefan died at sea near Hamburg, Germany, en route to Canada & Christache & Dumitra & families finally rejoined their parents & siblings four years later in the Spring of 1911. I have drawn up a comprehensive family tree & a brief history of the Iamandei Adamache family & would be pleased to Email it to you if you'd like. I have a great photo of Iamandei & Ana plus a family photo of the entire Adamache Famnily taken just before they left Romania.