LaVonne (Suchocki) Hanlon
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LaVonne (Suchocki) Hanlon

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My paternal grandparents: John Suchocki & Agnes Rogalinska came from Poland in the 1880's, met at church and married in Fayette County, PA and raised their 11 children there. Grandfather had four sisters: Frances (m. Vincent Kaminski); Agnes (m. Joseph Skonieczny; Elizabeth (m. Michael Lukaszak/Resney); Antonina (m. Stanislaw Szwed). Grandmother had three sisters: Jadwiga (m. Stanislaw Szwed-cousin of the other); Zofia/Sophia (m. Albert Kmieciak); and Anna who was the only one born in the USA and died in 1908 unmarried.

My mother's ancestors were William Hall born in 1590 in England; his son, William, Jr. came to Charles County, MD about 1680. Descendants lived in Somerset and Fayette Co PA. Abraham Friedt/Freed family came from Germany in 1709; lived in Westmoreland Co P

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posted on Hanlon-1081 (merged) by Cheryl (Smith) Hess
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posted on Hanlon-1081 (merged) by Cheryl (Smith) Hess
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