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Ulianich-Ulihanick Some possible connection?

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Ulianich-Ulihanick Some possible connection?

Posted: 30 Mar 2004 6:34AM GMT
Classification: Biography
My maternal grandfather had the name Ulihanick. This name is found nowhere, and was possibly a corruption of a similar name when he entered the USA. My grandfather's name was George, and came from Budapest. He married a Mary (but could be Elizabeth-long story) Dvorsky, and resided in Wilkes-Barre, Pa, where he worked as a coal miner. He died in the 50's. I had an uncle, Michael Dvorsky who was a cowboy in Montana, who also died in the 50's, about whom I know nothing else. He lived in Wilkes-Barre at the time of his death, and was probably in his 70's. I was in my teens at the time and paid little attention to the history around me-unfortunately. The name Ulihanick has unfortunately died out as no living male offspring carried the name. Sorry I can't add any more. Replies welcome. Skyhawk415@aol.com

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