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Theresa Mikridge Karasinski

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Karen (View posts)
Posted: 31 Mar 2001 2:57AM GMT
Hi Lynn,

I seem to recall a story of Andrew's mother waving goodbye to him as he sailed away. He kept waving until he couldn;t see her anymore. Andrew and Makrina Leschak Mikridge had 13 children. Adam and Elizabeth died of childhood diseases. Vladimir died in 1916 at the age of 2 from burns. John died at Anzio in 1944. Peter, Theodore and Ludmilla all died in the 1980's. My Aunt Mary died i 1998 at the age of 96. She was still living in thefamily home. My mother Olga had returned to live with her after spending 35 yrs. in New Jersey. As I mentioned before she is still in Jermyn. Remaining siblings are Elizabeth in Fla, Anastasia in NJ and Walter in CA.

Mymother says her father was very strict. I remember him being so kind to me, sitting on his lap when he listened to the radio. The grape vine he planted is still in the back yard. I used to help him pick grapes. He put in what I believe was the first sewer line in Jermyn. He started it and helped other neighbors hook into the line. That was in the early 1900's. He put in a first floor laundry room. He also built a raised revolving clothesline so my grandmother wouldn't have to trudge in teh mud to hang clothes.

I'll email you some photos of Andrew.

Regards
Cousin Karen
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
Lynn 22 Mar 2001 6:30PM GMT 
Karen 26 Mar 2001 5:02PM GMT 
Karen 26 Mar 2001 5:06PM GMT 
Lynn 29 Mar 2001 8:14PM GMT 
Karen Monaghan 30 Mar 2001 2:00PM GMT 
Lynn Peterson 30 Mar 2001 4:41PM GMT 
Karen 31 Mar 2001 9:57AM GMT 
Lynn Peterson 31 Mar 2001 1:27PM GMT 
Karen 1 Apr 2001 7:40AM GMT 
Lynn Peterson 1 Apr 2001 3:48PM GMT 
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