CHAPTER 22     PETER AND ROZALIA SYMOCHKO 

HUSBAND   Peter Symochko

 
DATE - M/D/Y CITY COUNTY STATE (COUNTRY)
Born 1915 Hanchowa   Poland
Married 1937    Poland
Died
Buried
FATHER - Konstantin Symochko Other Wives:
MOTHER - Tatiana Medwid 
 
 

WIFE        Rozalia Kondratyk

 
  DATE - M/D/Y CITY COUNTY   STATE (COUNTRY)
Born 12/11/1912 Hanczowa    Poland
Married 1937       Poland
Died
Buried
FATHER
MOTHER Other Husbands:
        
        
        
CHILDREN
 
Sex
M/F
Children
In order of birth
Birth date - M/D/Y Birthplace
City State Country
Date of Marriage - Name of Spouse Date of Death - City, State
F Stefania Symochko Stanislaw Kupiec
F Irena Symochko Wladyslaw Czupik
 
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Konstantin and his wife Tatiana Symochko left Hanczowa, Poland and came to Ellis Island, New York in 1909 with their daughter Melka and proceeded to Cleveland, Ohio where Mary Symochko was born in 1911.
To be with his ailing Father in Hanczowa, Poland, Konstatin Symochko took his whole family back to Poland in 1912. Konstantine built extra rooms on his father's house plus a barn and a pigpen. Peter Symochko was born in 1915. His father Konstantin was drafted into the Polish Army in 1915 and was held a prisoner of war in Siberia. He was released after World War I. His wife Tatiana died in 1916 and he married a widow Julia Durniak in 1921. Konstantine died in 1925.
Mary Symochko went to New York in 1932. His sister, Melka went to Ukraine and Peter Symochko remained in Hanczowa.
Peter Symochko, after marrying Rozalia Kondratyk moved to Losie, Poland. They have two children, Stefania and Irene. Stefania married Stanislaw Kupiec. They have a son Miroslaw who was born in 1974. Stanislaw died in 1976. Stefania who lives adjacent to her parents works for the Department of Transportation.
Irena married Wladyslaw Czupik. They own a small farm in Gorlice, Poland. Irena is a registered nurse and her husband is a carpenter-farmer. They have three children. Ella was born in 1976, Jola in 1980 and Peter in 1986.
Peter Symochko and Frank Romanick are first cousins. His father, Konstantine Symochko and Frank's Mother, Mary Symochko Romanick were brother and sister.