Poland to America - Roman Slusarczyk and Family

Roman Slusarczyk came to America around 1881.  According to family researchers, Roman traveled back to Dukla about three times.  In America, he made his home and started his family in Meriden, Connecticut.  Currently, the family lineage of descendants is primarily in Connecticut and New Jersey.  With much help from the elders of my family, I was able to compile a large online ancestry website containing many U.S. Census reports, WWI and WWII draft cards, address directories and a wonderful decendancy layout.  We are always looking for family members, both in the U.S. and in or around Dukla, Poland, to give their insights and information about additional family history.

Dukla, Poland

My great grandfather, Roman Slusarczyk came to America around 1881.  According to family researchers, Roman traveled back to Dukla about three times.  In America, he made his home and started his family in Meriden, Connecticut.  Currently, the family lineage of descendants is primarily in Connecticut and New Jersey.  With much help from the elders of my family, I was able to compile a large online ancestry website containing many U.S. Census reports, WWI and WWII draft cards, address directories and wonderful decendancy layout.  We are always looking for family members, both in the U.S. and in or around Dukla, Poland, to give their insights and information about additional family history.

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The photograph below is the oldest known photo of the Roman Slusarczyk family.  The date (circa 1897?) was determined by the last time all of those family members would have been together and the approximately age of Josephine (Slusarczyk) Panczyk''s child.