I suppose it's unlikely, and I shouldn't hope, but... you say your ex-husband knows his Wargo line very well, including members not of the direct line.
I'm stumped on a Wargo Ancester, and - probably by coincidence - the Wargo line you discuss seems to have branches in the PA area, originating from the same section of europe mine came from as well.
I've got a photo of a woman who is older than most kinds of dirt.Definately dressed for the old country.She appears to be seated in a chair on a dirt floor with a plain sheet behind her.The back of the photo says "Susie Wargo"
I know who she IS... she is my great grandmother's grandmother (which makes her the grandmother of someone born in 1896 to provide a date range).I can remember my great grandmother talking about her... though I can't even say which of my g-gparents she "begat" so to speak.She (Susie Wargo) will have married either a Chasco/Chaco or a Kuzma... and my money is on Kuzma.
I have to be the only person on here trying to go DOWN a line instead of BACK it.
I can remember my great grandmother saying that she lived to be 100, and joking that she was "hot stuff" as she had (outlived??) a smattering of husbands.And that's the sum total of what I know about her.
Right now I'm just trying to connect her to the right line.From there I can try to learn something OF her.As it stands, I don't know if she ever came to the US or not, but my money is on not because of what I know of her children.
Oh... her descendents settled in Pennsylvania outside of Pittsburgh, many of whom are still there today, but I have no idea where they LANDED.
If you think this information might register somewhere in your husband's understanding of his Wargo line, I would dearly appreciate any hints or leads he could provide.This Slovak(ish) line of mine is proving impossible to crack.