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Old 26th August 2018, 17:53
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well that was a long shot anyways.

again link to all files:

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/i1n7ad8ro...BKwzXnrka?dl=0

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Old 26th August 2018, 22:10
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*Check the marriage certificate... Sofia's maiden name, Balij (Latin) = Baliy (Ukrainian) = (Cyrillic)... many Baliy living in Ukraine. None in Voyniliv.

Okay, I viewed them all...

- Census, 1915... age 29 = born 1886

- Registration Card... Stephan was born January 15, 1882

- 1920 Census... age 35 = born 1885... also states, Sophie was Polish/Russia

- 1925 Enumeration... age 44 = born 1881/82

- 1930 Population Schedule... age 46 = born 1884

To add a wound to all this...

- 1940 Population Schedule... age 51 = born 1889... also states, wife Mary age 47


I would love to see his death certificate 😁
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Old 27th August 2018, 00:11
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No actual death certificates, Just an index of records, but it does put Stephen's birth at around 1881 and Sophie's birth at 27 Sep 1893 - The 1940 census must simply be wrong.
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Old 27th August 2018, 23:46
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FYI
Today there are 42+ Atamanchuk living in Ivano-Frankivsk (regional/oblast center).
In Kalush= (adm district /raion center) there are138+ Atamanchuk in residence.

The majority of Ukrainian immigrants who entered America & Canada between 1905 and 1914 fell into the single category. They were specifically encouraged to emigrate due to the great need for industrial labor by these countries.
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Old 28th August 2018, 05:11
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There is one other way I can think of to find the hometown and that is through naturalization records. I have not been successful in ancestry but there may be other sources. From census records it would seem that Stephen Atamanczuk got naturalized after 1925 and before 1930 most likely in NY.
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