This is the work of Andrew I. Ulicny of Shenandoah, PA.
Or as we joking say, Chendo 462.
For over 25, I have been researching family for my daughter's legacy. It includes both my own and my wife, Deb Berresford's European and American heritage.
Major Branches of the family of Andy Ulicny include:
Ulicny - Of my Paternal Grandfather, Janos Ilias Ulicny. He came from Procs, in Saros, Slovakia. Most common names: Ulicny and its preceding alias or farm name Ilias. Kacsmar-Szabol, Szabol, Varmegya, Murman, Rakos, Vanyo, Frimmel, Kendra, Sztankovicz. Many more names are noted in my special 2500 name Slovak data base of this area, created to try to separate all the inter-realted families in the local villages.
Chervenyak or Cservenyak - of my Paternal grandmother, Anna Cservenyak. Other names include Schiranka, Lyorko, Kmetz,and Fetso.
Zinkiewicz - my Maternal Grandfather, Thomas Zinkiewicz. He hailed from Podwarancy in Polish Lithuania about 20 miles from Vilnius. Other main names include. Narbut, Bushinsky, Czyz.
Sinkiewicz - my Maternal Grandmother, Mary Sinkiewicz. Her father Kondrad came from Jeziorki, near Minsk in Bylo-Russia. Her mother was Michalena Czyz from the Polish Lithuania area that her husband also called his homeland. In fact the families were related in the old country prior to these grandparents being married in St. Casimir's in Shenandoah.
Major Branches on the side of Debra Berresford include:
Paternal Grandfather: George Berresford. Of England. Many branches are from Northumbria, Newcastle and Durham Areas. Branches include Jefferson, Marley, Race, Lamb.
Paternal Grandmother: Gertrude Baker. Of West Bromwich, near Birmingham, England. Branches include Baker, Taylor, Duffle, Hitchin.
Maternal Grandfather: Herbert Stevens Knox. Of Easton, Maryland area. Some family eventually traces back to Delaware's Sussex County. Branches include Scott and Diamond.
Maternal Grandmother: Frances Cummings. From Tilghman's Island, MD through the original patentholder of Love Point on Kent Island where the Chesapeake Bay Bridge spans the waterway. The Scots-Irish Cummings line came to America on the Assurance de Lo in 1636 via London. Edward Cummings was one of America's very early settlers. Side branches include Marshall, Sewell, and many others. Some of these ancestors fought in the Revolutionary War.