I am looking for family members of Wojciech(Adalbertus) Perzyk born around 1825 ,he married Konstantia Wozniak. They had children, John, Jadle, Thomas b. 1859 married Josepha Olejniczak in 1881, Laurentius b. 1865 married Josepha Swiderska in 1892 and Petronella b. 1862 married Laurentius Gozdziewski in 1885. Some of the family immigrated to the USA, John in 1884 and Jadel 1889. Any help would be appreciated.I know some of the family still have members living in Poland. Regards, Mary
Iam researching for information on my gg-Grandfather John McClaren born 1805 in Ireland. He had a son named John Mclaren
born in Carlsile in 1831 who trade was agentlemans pipemaker. He moved to Durham City and had a family. He then for some reason changed his surname to Clarney. Can anyone throw any light on this or have any information relating to this.
My grandfather was born in East Prussia in 1889. We think near what is today Pisz or perhaps near Olsztyn. He came to the United States from East Prussia in the early 1900s, I think. He was married in the US in 1911. He spelled his name John Domkoski in the US--the spelling was changed when he immigrated. I beleive that we still have family in Poland. Johns' three children were Rose (1914), Sylvester (1916) and Frank (1919). Some time ago, Frank received a post card from Poland. It refers to him as "dear brother." It came from the Wierzbicka family; I'm looking for the Dabkowski-Wierbicka connection. Any help will be greatly appreciated. Thank you!
My grandmother's name was Victoria Gawel. She was born in Poland, daughter of Vudwig and Josefa GAWEL. She lived near Jaroslaw. She married Josef Mielniczek and they came to the U.S. early 1900s. During WWII she lost all contact with her family in Poland and never heard from them again. I wonder if anyone can tell me what happened to the people in her area during that time. She was Catholic and her family were poor farmers. She died never knowing what happened to them. The towns that they lived in were Pelnatycze and Wola Rozwienicka. I would be very grateful for any information anyone could give me. I have been searching for many years and have not ever found out the answer to this family mystery.
I have a black and white photo of a class of probably teenage males holding a sign with the above details. I dont know anyone in the photo but am happy to share it! If you recognise anyone please let me know. I am trying to locate details of my own family ROPSCHITZ from Lwow. I think the attachment also shows some other young men amongst them my father but I dont know who the others are. They could be from Lwow or Vienna, where my father and his family also lived.
Hi, I am searching for more information about my grandmother's family (her parents and an unknown brother).
Her name was Mieczyslawa Barbara Koszuta (married Karolak). She was born in 1920 in Germany (Bützow?). She died in 1945. Her parents: Stanislawa Koszuta (born Glaz) and Stanislaw Koszuta. She had one elder half brother, Stefan Glaz. He was born in Köllershof, Mecklenburg in 1911 and christened in Schwerin (Mecklenburg).
I know that my grandmother and her brother had one brother but I don't know his name or when and where he was born. However, Stefan's son remembers that he and his mother met him at a tram in Warsaw a few years after WW2. Stefan's son was told by his mother that the man was his father's brother. He did not live in Warsaw but in Poznan/Wielkopolska region. I dont't know anything about their parents (where they were born, life, marriage or death).
I have no information about my grandmother's childhood and early youth (where she lived etc.). She was baptised in Warsaw in 1937. I know that her parents were not present at the ceremony. According to church documents, my grandmother and her brother Stefan didn't know where their parents lived. Stefan was present as a witness at the ceremony. Both my grandmother and her brother lived in Warsaw at that time. It seems that my grandmother and Stefan had little or no contact with their brother and parents. I don't know why.
If there is someone who knows anything about the Koszuta and/or Glaz families or have any advice on how I can find out more, please contact me at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!
Andrew A. Czajcinski DOB 1867 and Hedwig Lewandowski DOB 1879 are my great-grandparents from Poland and I have no information about them other than what I am providing here. I know they immigrated to New York, New York USA. After immigrating to the United States their last name was changed to Chase.
Hedwig had a sister by the name of Telka I believe.
Andrew and Hedwig had children by the names of Andrew J., Marie, Albert, Hedwig, Joseph, Edward, Anthony, Helen, Agnes, Lewis, Lucas, and Francis.
They may have been from the area of Warsaw or Lublin, Poland.