genealogy of the majercin and clemente families
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Martin, Ralph
Martin, Ralph
The Majercin Family Genealogy Resource began in September, 1996 as a way to give a bit of history to our two children.
What started as a little project quickly grew and grew.
As of February, 2015 we have found over 1754 people directly related to our children.
This has been a wonderful undertaking, and it has provided everyone who has helped in this project the opportunity to forge new friendships and rekindle old ones. We thank all those who have aided us along the way. Without this information, our children and theirs will never know about their history.

NEW - Check out this map that shows all the locations on the Majercin Genealogy Resource.
Maps Available:


1946 Streator Phone Book - Over 4500 entries from the 1946 Streator, Illinois telephone directory.

1957 Streator City Directory - All names from "A" to "E" More to come.

Also we have added more City Directories.

Census Transcriptions - All the hard to view census documents are now transcribed. More to follow.

What's New - View the latest updates made to the site.

I'd love to hear from anyone who stops by here (just so I know that I'm not the only one looking at these pages!). Please contact me saying you stopped by.
This site was created on November 7, 1996 by Jean & Larry Majercin ©1996-2015 Legal Information
If you have any questions, comments or would like to share research with me, please contact me. I look forward to hearing from you.

Graham Thomas Tatum!!!

I am extremely honored to announce that after a 50 year search… brothers Barry Majercin and Graham Tatum have finally been reunited. They spoke with each other in February, 2014 and will meet for the first time in March. 
I can’t begin to thank Barry’s daughter, Dionne for all of her efforts in bringing these two long lost brothers together.

Mary Pacheco (1914-2012)
The anchor of the Pacheco and Martin families. Your strength was never equaled. Your faith was never questioned. Your laugh and your smile were always present. Your devotion was always known. Go in Peace Grandmama. We love you.

Nineteen years and over 1700 relatives later, we're still at it. We'd love to hear from you.

New Census Transcription:
The 1940 US Census was released in April 2012. We're adding more new census as we get them.
New Census pages.