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Purman Zielinski Family Lines

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Anton PURMAN

Grandpa came to US in 1906

Marriage Cert. at Saginaw Co. Courthouse Book L pg. 2
Certificate date: 03-10-1908
Groom: Purman, Anton Age: 25 (makes B.D. 1873!)
birth place: German
Occupation: Laborer
Father: John Purman
Mother: Mary A.
Bride: Helen Gelianska! Age:19 (1889) last name incorrect
birth place: Michigan
Occupation: none
father: Joe Gelianska!!! error should be Zielinski
mother: Magdelina
Marriage Date: 05-10-1908 Saginaw
by: Simon Pogaumis, Catholic Priest
Witnesses: Roch Wedislski or Niedislski of Saginaw
and Frances Wyryblowska of Saginaw

Anthony's Funeral card states birthdate as 26-05-1883-if so Grandpa was
only
15 at time of marriage, I don't think so!

Anton served in Army in old country- 22 yrs. old when he got out -23 yrs.
when he came to America (1906) lived with aunt who sent money for him to
come for 3 years.

Father full German
Mother half and half what?

Went to German School - Davinski Dukevieski (not clear on spelling orwhat this is)

SAGINAW NEWS / B7
Friday, December 28, 1962
Name:
PURMAN, ANTHONY
Spouse's Name:
HELEN ZIELINSKI
Married:
00 / 00 / 1908
Age:
79
Date of Birth:
Saturday, May 26, 1883
Place of Birth:
POLAND
Date of Death:
Thursday, December 27, 1962
Place of Death:
CHESANING, MI
Miscellaneous
Year moved to
US/Saginaw:
SAGINAW 1906
Cemetery:
MT. OLIVET
Misc:
FARMER/MARRIED AT HOLY ROSARY CHURCH
Church:
ST. MARY (STC)
Funeral Home:
WAIER


Helen ZIELINSKI

[Broderbund Family Archive #110, Vol. 2, Ed. 3, Social Security Records:
U.S., SS Death Benefit Records, Surnames Beginning with P, Date of
Import: 25 Jul 1996, Internal Ref. #1.112.3.44291.54]

Individual: Purman, Helen
Birth date: 16 May 1889
Death date: Apr 1981
Social Security #: 367-20-9932
Last residence: MI 48601
State of issue: MI
Zip of last payment: 48603

Helen went to school and got married at St. Rita's CC Saginaw


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