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: email@example.com. 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.
Jak w temacie, miniaturki zdjęć profilowych nie są dołączane do osób w drzewie.
Mam już sporo takich przypadków, gdzie po wprowadzeinu pierwszego zdjęcia danej osoby nie jest ono automatycznie przypisywane do profilu.
Robiłem nawet próbę opcji "Wyczyść zdjęcie osobiste" i po takiej akcji także nie mam możliwości dodania go do profilu.
Początkowo nie było z tym problemu, pierwsze zdjęcie automatycznie było przypisywane do profilu jako osobiste (miniaturka). Od pewnego czasu jednak w żaden sposób nie mogę dodać wybranego zdjęcia do osobistego zdjęcia w profilu.
Dlaczego teraz to nie działa?
Mam ten sam problem. Ściślej mówiąc, zdjęcie nie dołącza się wtedy, gdy osoba jest na nim spinezkowana. Można dołączać jako czyjś wizerunek w drzewie całe zdjęcie, bez pinezkowania tej osoby - wtedy zdjęcie normalnie się wyświetla. No ale nie zawsze ta metoda przynosi zadowalający efekt. Coś się stało z pinezkowaniem...
I'm sure that we are quite closely related. My father told me many times, that my grandfather Michał (in English Michael) had a brother Józef (Joseph) who 1910 emigrated to theU.S. They both were born and lived in the village Kępa Lubawska (Kepa Lubawska - without Polish diacritics), situated close to the River Wisła (Vistula). You can find this village on Google Maps. My grandfather Michał and grandmother Katarzyna (Katherine) lived in Rataje Słupskie, a few kilometers north-east of Kepa Lubawska.
If you want to write to me directly, my email addresses are: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
I greet you sincerely
Zbigniew Mietłowski from Kielce, Poland.
PS. Sorry for the mistakes - my English isn't very good.