Abstract of the story:
"(...)Then the best thing happened! I found out that the home of Valentine Welna had chosen to be an 18th century representative home in an open air museum in 1957. So the next day, we all went to the museum. When the guide at the museum found out that we were direct descendants, she took down the barriers and gave us free access to the whole house.
To put things in perspective and help your understanding, the ancestry order is: Louis D Welna -> son of Louis J. Welna -> son of John C. Welna -> son of John Welna -> son of Valentine Welna, son of Martin Welna born about 1754.
I took many pictures of the inside which I will include in the family history started by Mitzi Welna. Valentines name (Valentine Welna), the date (1827) and the name of the builder is carved on one of the beams. I got to sit at the table of my great great grandfather Valetine Welnas kitchen table and wept. (...)
If you want to see Louis gggrandparents house on the map of Opole Open-Air Museum click here: http://www.muzeumwsiopolskiej.pl/imapa.do?mid=mid222 and find house no. 8 (on the right side in the middle) . As you move your cursor over each building you will find short description of it and after clicking on each of them there will be more pictures and full descriptions (unfortunately in Polish only). Turn on your speakers to hear all the background sounds.
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