Friday, February 24, 2012

My Last Name Is Cegec


I'm friending 22 people on facebook with the last name of Cegec to find out about my relatives.

James Michael Cegec - Klarich

230 Ash St.

Oregon, Wisconsin 53575

U.S.A.

608 - 347 - 7792


Klarichjm@yahoo.com

To anyone that can help me,

I am trying to find out information about my grandfather Jacob Cegec and his wife Theresa who immigrated to the United States in the early 1900’s. His father, or my great grandfather was Michael Cegec. I am 65 years old and my father is deceased and was never able to tell me much about my relatives. His father. Jacob Cegec was killed in Milwaukee WI. In 1920 in an industrial accident when my dad was only three years old. His mother remarried a man by the name of Klarich and then his mother died when he was 16 years old. My dad’s step father had my dad’s last name changed from Cegec to Klarich in 1934 and my dad didn’t know that he could change it back when he left his step father a year later when he was 17.

My dad had a brother and sister that also died when he was a child and teenager and I was told that his parents had left some of their children behind in the old country and that they never made it to America. I believe that they were from Zagreb Yugoslavia or Austria but have no documentation as to when Jacob and Theresa came to America, what ship they came on or even the correct spelling of my grandmothers last or maiden name. I am looking for anyone with the same last name of Cegec to help me find more information on my Grandparents immigration to the U.S., any aunts or uncles or cousins or other relatives that I might still have in eastern Europe.



Great Grandfather Michael Cegec

Grandfather Jacob Cegec 05/01/1889 - 07-06-1934

Grandmother Theresa Estrajher 01-06-1881 - 10-17-1936



Thank you for your help in advance, it is greatly appreciated.



James Michael Cegec - Klarich

1 comment:

  1. Ancestry.com is a good place to look, but it is getting expensive. If you have a large local library, some of them have free access to Ancestry.com. Janie has done years of research on my family tree and hers, the Kitchens. She has both families back to Boston Mass in about 1750, with hers back to England (Dads) and moms (Austria) There is a place in Austria where one can get info in English. Janie can give you more info if you would like.

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