Sergey (aka Sergery or Sirhy) Kulish was married to Mary (last name unknown) around 1880 and lived in Russia until they and their 8 children came to America November 14, 1910. At that time, there was really no opportunity for prosperity in Russia. They came to North Dakota because it was the only remaining homestead area in 1910 and their son, Egnat had immigrated here in 1906. Most of the families that had immigrated to the Fayette area of Dunn County had known each other in Russia and had lived in the same area there.
Kulish Family information was obtained from the book Dauntless Dunn II - 1989
A History of Dunn County, please reference pages 487-491.
The following is a complete list transcribed from the tombstones in this grave site by a dedicated volunteer of the Dunn County
Please note: Every care possible has been taken to obtain accuracy but mistakes do occur. This transcription is only as accurate as the source it was transcribed from.
|Last Name||First Name||Birth||Death||Age||Comments|
|Kulish||Mary||07/18/1913||Grandma, Anna Spelvoy's mother.|
|Cerkoney||Baby (1)||Nesta (Kulish) and John Cerkoney's baby.|
|Cerkoney||Baby (2)||Nesta (Kulish) and John Cerkoney's baby.|
|Kulish||Baby (1)||1928||1928||Mike and Pauline (Hurinenko) Kulish's baby.|
|Kulish||Baby (2)||1928||1928||Mike and Pauline (Hurinenko) Kulish's baby.|