Mikety (or Miketey), Alexander
B: Austria
E: 1894 to No. Am. They homesteaded in Gardenton, Manitoba, later moving to Caribou, Minnesota
D:
M: Mary Unknown

Many early settlers came from Bukovina, Austria that was then under Austrian rule and later came under Romanian rule. They all spoke low Russian.

Soon, they decided to build a church. There was no capital, so when winter came, a group of men went east to Sundown, the pine country, where they cut logs and hauled them to the Roseau River. In the spring, when the river was high, they floated the logs down stream to Caribou. With a lot of hard labor they built the church on the land donated by Alexander Mikety. The church was completed and dedicated in 1909 as St. Nicholas O.C.A. (Orthodox Church in America). It was serviced by Russian Orthodox Missionary Priests.

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Children of Alexander Mikety and Mary Unknown:

John Mikety
M: Unknown

Alexandria (Alice) Mikety
M: Mike Kelley

Peter Mikety
B:
D: 1971
M: Anna Eluke d. Apr 2003

Children of Peter Mikety and Anna Eluke:

Peter Alexander Mikety
D: Buried in Cemetery next to St. Nicks Orthodox Church.

Child Mikety

Child Mikety

Child Mikety

Son Mikety (adopted)

 

Kate Mikety
B: Caribou, MN
M: Fred Zahara

Mary Mikety
B: Caribou, MN
M: Charles Kropelnicki

Lucy Mikety
B: Caribou, MN
M: Sam Fedoricek