In Memory Of Janina Jozefa Waido

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Janina Jozefa Waido

Janina Jozefa Rusniak was born in Koscielneki, Poland, on March 19, 1927, to Mr. Jan and Mrs. Karolina Nowak Rusniak. Janina had 7 siblings, Janek Rusniak, Jozef Rusniak, Stanislaw Rusniak, Jacek Rusniak, Aniela Rusniak Betkowska, Tekla Rusniak, Maria Rusniak Kaczmarska.

Janina was married two ...

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January 1, 2000

On Eagles’ Wings - 270 Victim Remembrance Book p.264 - 2000 Edition

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January 1, 1990

On Eagles’ Wings - 270 Victim Remembrance Book p.253 - 1990 Edition

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January 1, 1989

Dziennik Polski - Janina Waido

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December 22, 1988

Sun Sentinel - South Florida Woman Mourns Her Mother

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April 2, 1978

Northern District Illinois - Janina J. Waido US Naturalization Card

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