NOTICE: Any Genealogical project benefits from being updated going forward. The work is one of passion, dedication and reaps its own rewards. Both the HUCULAK and SHEWCHUK family records need someone to pickup the task going forward. If you're interested, use the CONTACT link at the top of the page to get in touch. There are currently no plans to make further improvements to the formal record or published documents.
Click the button to open a Custom Google Map page in a new window containing a visual reference to key homesteads, churches, towns, and related points of interested to help you find places in the real world.
Click the button to download a 126 MB Adobe PDF file with the Huculak Family Application to the Alberta-Ukraine Genealogical Project accepted for inclusion in the Centenary Pioneer Recognition Project.
Click the button to open the genealogical website for the family of Stephan & Anastasia Shewchuk in a new window. The site is the digital mate to the Shewchuk PDF Book below.
Click the button to download a printable 18 MB, 184 page, 8.5x11 formatted, interactive Adobe PDF book of the Stephan & Anastasia Shewchuk Family History containing stories, images, and family data. A 2023 version of the master waterfall chart for the book can be downloaded here [52 MB 36x96 inches TIF file]. Most computers, mobile devices, etc. already have a program installed to read PDF Files. However, to get a free copy of Adobe Acrobat reader go to [ ].
Click the button to download a 70 MB compressed archive of data used in the preface of the Shewchuk Family PDF Book  linked to above. Data is in plain text or Adobe PDF for viewing on any computer.
Click the button to download a 455 MB compressed archive of files related to the Huculak and Shewchuk family tree(s). Download contains maps and related information (does NOT contain family photos).
Click the button to submit a request for a GEDCOM file for use in your family tree Project. Genealogical Data Communication files are a de facto open file format specification to use across applications.
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