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From: "Szafranski, Bryan" <>
Subject: Re: [ALL] Warhola-Warhol-Varhola
Date: Wed, 25 Mar 2009 09:13:03 -0400
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There are a number of Warholas buried at St. John the Baptist Cemetery
in Churchview. I know that for a fact, as I have family up there.

Bryan.

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Margaret,
Not related to me, but there are a number of them in Pittsburgh.
George
Warhola & Marty own a scrap iron & metals yard on the Northside in
the area
of Heinz Plant. There is a branch of same in the
Lawrenceville/Strip
District as well. And you surely know of the artist(??) Andy Warhol
who had
'Burg roots. He is in that (junkyard) family relationship too.
Bella
Mar 24, 2009 09:06:33 PM, [1] wrote:

I am searching these families in and around Pittsburgh.
My grandfather was Andrew Varhola marr. to Anna Plavcan. Andrew was
born
1888 and died 1919 in Punxsutawney during the Spanish flu epidemic.
His daughter Mary is my mother and she married Richarad Welton.
Margaret
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