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Tokarczyk looking for Tokarczyk

Posted: 22 Feb 2003 3:23AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 22 Feb 2003 4:36AM GMT
Surnames: Tokarczyk
I just started a search to find out who my grandpas dad is, no one in my family knows anything about him other then his name was Frank Tokarczyk. He is said to have died in New York a very poor man. He possible has a brother named John Taylor(changed his last name). He was married to Mary (Sajdak?) and had 5 sons and 5 daughters. They most likely lived in Pennsylvania. Warsaw Poland is the town we think he came from. I am also interested in contacting other Tokarczyk, it maybe a popular name in Poland but its fairly rare in the US.

Re: Tokarczyk looking for Tokarczyk

Alison Tokarczyk Malone (View posts)
Posted: 15 Mar 2003 7:30PM GMT
Classification: Query
Hi my maiden name was Tokarczyk. I grew up in Ct. It is a really rare name around this area. It is strange to see other people share it, even though I knew of course they did......you can email if you like.

Re...Tokarczyk here!!

Scott Tokarczyk (View posts)
Posted: 18 Jun 2003 5:00AM GMT
Classification: Query
My grandpa was from PA. He moved to detroit though as a young man...He owend a bar in Detroit city. He had 9 children.
Who gave him about 30 grand children... We used to go visit my kin in Pa. when i was little. That was about 26 yrs. ago since i went to PA. I'm 39 now. My grandfather died 12 yrs. ago. He was a great man and i will always miss him.

Re: Tokarczyk looking for Tokarczyk

Teresa (View posts)
Posted: 9 Nov 2003 3:42AM GMT
Classification: Query
My grandparents were John Joseph Tokarczyk and Barbara Tokarczyk. They lived briefly in Latrobe, Pennsylvania. Then moved to Michigan. They had 9 children. 2 are still living. They Americanized their surname to Tokarski.

Re: Tokarczyk looking for Tokarczyk

Nancy (View posts)
Posted: 22 Nov 2004 5:15PM GMT
Classification: Query
My great grandfather is also Frank Tokarczyk directly from Poland. Might be the same man. He arrived in Penn. but moved to Chicago where he raised 6 children until his wife passed in 1930. I don't know where he ended up after that, but I know that the children ended up in an orphanage. If you're interested please contact me.
Nancy Loebig

Re: Tokarczyk looking for Tokarczyk

arlene stenger (View posts)
Posted: 13 Apr 2006 6:09PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Tokarczyk, Sulkowski, Head, Wachni
I also am looking for the Tokarczyk name. My Grandmother was Katernzyna (Katherine). Do you have this name in your tree? She was born in Austria/Poland in 1876. She lived in Illinois for awhile and then moved and died in MI.
I have been trying to ck. out an Albert and a Frank Tokarczyk in Standish. (Arenac county) If I could just get a lead on a brother or sister for her, I would be sooooo happy.
I am also interested in the names..... Sophiam Tokarczyk, Joanne Tokarczyk, Martin Tokarczyk, Marianna Krol, and Catharine Turek. Have a baptism record with these names from PA.
Have

Re: Tokarczyk looking for Tokarczyk

Posted: 10 Nov 2008 4:33PM GMT
Classification: Query
Hey i live in wyoming and im a tokarczyk and my grampa's name was Leo and most of my family is from wisconsin so i dont know how many tokarczyks there are but there must be quite a few

Re: Tokarczyk looking for Tokarczyk

Posted: 10 Nov 2008 6:52PM GMT
Classification: Query
My family has lived in eastern PA since comming to this country. My ancestors were from the Tatra Mountains. My grandfather was a coal mines for most of his life and we are PROUD Polish National Catholics. We are also proud of the fact that throughout European history, our family name has never serverd as serfs, or were controlled by Lordships. .... you know how stobborn we all are!

Re: Re...Tokarczyk here!!

Posted: 26 Mar 2009 3:36AM GMT
Classification: Query
Was the name of the bar Chene Adele Bar?? and was it located in Detroit on Chene Street near Hamtramck. I was married to Bob Tokarczyk who passed away 2 years ago.Janet

Re: Tokarczyk looking for Tokarczyk

Posted: 7 Apr 2011 1:05AM GMT
Classification: Query
Well, I think you just might just have found a "missing link" of some sort. Your Grandfather, Leo, was my Fathers (Ziggy) Brother. My Uncle Leo was a lumberjack when I was a kid (I am 63) up in a town called Wabeno in northern Wisconsin. If Leo is in fact your Grandfather (I know for a fact the Leo and his wife Kathy moved to Schoshonie (sp.?) Wyoming, and ran a Motel or something along that line. After Leo's death, his wife kathy (My Aunt) moved back to Wabeno Wisconsin. As a metter of fact, I spoke with her about 2 months ago. Please let me know if this makes any sense to you?

Regards,

Allen Tokarczyk - I was born in Milwaukee, Wisc., and moved with the family to New Jersey in 1960. I reside in Bordentown, New Jersey.
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