BioM: Lukstein, Rose M. (1943)
Surnames: Fitzl, Lukstein, Ciokiewicz, Piwoni, Wyminko
----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 07/15/1943
Lukstein, Rose M. (10 JUL 1943)
George Fitzl, son of Anton and Fern Fitzl, and Miss Rose Mary Lukstein, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. Lukstein, were joined in the holy bonds of matrimony at St. Hedwig’s Church, in a ceremony performed by Rev. F. Piekarski, at 9:30 Saturday morning, July 10th, 1943.
The bride was beautifully attired in a gown of white satin, with short veil. Her bouquet was of lilies and roses. The bridesmaids were Miss Lucille Piwoni, who wore a dress of yellow, and Victoria Wyminko, who was attired in old rose and blue. The groom was attended by Emil Lukstein and Frank Ciokiewicz and all wore the conventional navy blue.
The reception and dance was held after the ceremony at the American legion Hall in Thorp. The couple will reside in Illinois.
Re: BioM: Lukstein, Rose M. (1943)
Contact: Ernst Lukstein
Hallo Lukstein's in Amerika! Wer kann helfen? Mein UrgroÃŸvater Peter Lukstein geboren am 28 Jan. 1834 ist um 1900 nach Amerika ausgewandert. Er hat seine Frau Amalie und einen Sohn (Name unbekannt) mit nach Amerika genommen. Ich waere dankbar, wenn ich ueber diesen Weg etwas ueber mein Familie was erfahren koennte. Mit freundlichem GruÃŸ Ernst Lukstein
Hello Lukstein's in America! Who can help? My great father Peter Lukstein born in 28 Jan. 1834 and has emigrated about 1900 to America. He had taken his (wife I assume) Mrs. Amalie and a son (name unknown) with to America. I would be grateful if I could find out something about my family.
With friendly greetings Ernst Lukstein
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