Gene Notes

Some random and some not-so-random thoughts on family history.

Monday, August 20, 2018


There is no doubt that our ancestors often lived in close quarters with multiple families occupying the same house. And when disease runs through one family, it will often invade the living quarters of another. I picked up this article of one of the newspaper sites.

The article is not without errors. It should read Szymanski not Semanska. Certainly the females might read Szymanska, but Stanislaus Semanska should read Szymanski.

The Kruszka's mentioned in the same household should read as twins not as age 2 and age 1.

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