Edward (Ted) Lomatski

Stratford, Prince Edward Island

C1B 1L6, Canada


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Personal Family Genealogy - the Lomatski, Mysko and both Kulbaba families, as well as Millan, Miluch and Kundel and others. If you are in related, know the families, are doing research, or know of any Web sites which mention the above family names, I would be pleased to hear from you at: ted@lomatski.ca For a complete listing of families in my database, visit: http://go.to/lomatski-tree (this link currently not working)

 

Community and Family Histories of Ukrainians in Canada - a site contributed to by members of the InfoUkes Genealogy List (genealogy@infoukes.com) and others who are willing to do lookups of family names from the local histories of various settlements in the new world. http://communities.ukrainiangenealogygroup-pei.org/

 

Ukrainian Genealogy Group - National Capital Region -  the official site of the group in the Ottawa - Gatineau region of Canada's capital.  The group is non-profit and does not have the resources to do research for others.  A virtual treasure trove of articles and links to other websites for CUAs (Canadians of Ukrainian Ancestry) with emphasis on Halychyna (Galicia) and Bukovina.  Edward (Ted) Lomatski is the former founder, President and webmaster.  Mike Downhan mike.dowhan@sympatico.ca has now taken over this function. http://ukrainiangenealogygroup-ncr.org/

 

Ukrainian Genealogy Group - Prince Edward Island -  the official site of the group on the Island.  The group is non-profit and does not have the resources to do research for others.  A virtual treasure trove of articles and links to other websites for CUAs (Canadians of Ukrainian Ancestry) with emphasis on Halychyna (Galicia) and Bukovina.  Edward (Ted) Lomatski is the founder, President and webmaster.  . http://UkrainianGenealogyGroup-PEI.org/

 

Ukrainian Christmas Customs and Cuisine - information about Ukrainian celebration days, menus, etc. http://UkrainianChristmas.UkrainianGenealogyGroup-PEI.org/

 

Великий Тиждень - Velykyi Tyzhden' - Ukrainian Easter Week - Ukrainian Easter celebrations, rites and customs http://ukrainian-easter.20m.com/

 

Кульбаба / Kulbaba - two families, from the village of Камьянки / Kam'ianky, Скалат / Skalat, Підволочиськ/Pidvolochysk/Podwłoczyska, Тернопіль / Ternopil, Ukraine. Fred Theodor Kulbaba (son of Pawlo and Domicellae Kulbaba) was born in 1865 and was married to Ustina Zakaluk. They came to Sand Hill, (RM of Brokenhead) Manitoba in 1901 with their four children Elena, Fanny, Max and Marco. A brother was believed to have immigrated to Argentina. Dimitro Kulbaba (son of Simon Kulbaba and Ahaphiae Jakimeryk) born in 1849 and Pearl Kutzik moved to Sand Hill in 1901 from Kam'ianky, Skalat, Ternopil and had 8 children; James, George, Luka, Lena, Barbara, John, Bill and Pearl.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Миськів / Mysko / Myskiw / Myskow / Misko / Miskiw / Miskow - from the village of Chabarivka (Czabarowka) (and Vasylkivchi / Wasylkiwci), Husiatyn (Gusiatyn), Ternopil, Ukraine. My father, Fred (Theodore) Lomatski, came to Wroxton, Saskatchewan, Canada to live with relatives in 1927. His mother was Anna/Anastasia Myskiw who stayed in Ukraine. The children of Timothy Myskiw and Irene Pohynajko, were Peter, Paul, Onofrij (Fred) and Anastasia. Paul and Onofrij came to Canada in 1910 where they worked for farmers around Yorkton and Kamsack, Saskatchewan areas, then they settled on their own farms in the Wroxton and Calder areas. Peter came to Canada later and settled in Winnipeg where he worked as a carpenter.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ломацький / Lomatski /
Lomatski / Lamacki / Lomacki / Low - from the village of Чабарівка / Chabarivka (Czabarowka), Гусятинь / Husiatyn (Gusiatyn), Тернопіль / Ternopil, Ukraine. My father, Fred (Theodore), moved to Wroxton, Saskatchewan, Canada to live with relatives in 1927. His father was Ignace / Ignatius who moved to the Chicago, Ill area in 1910 along with his brother Jozef. Ignatius was the son of Gabriel who also went to the US in 1913, but ended up returning to Ukraine shortly thereafter as he was not satistifed with the life.

 

 

Want to add information to any of the families I am researching? Go to: /http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~lomatski

 

 

This document maintained by ted@lomatski.ca.
Material Copyright © Edward Lomatski

 

 


 

 

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