looking for family history, father name wladyslaw born 1926 kharkiv, moved to poland at very early age his father Alexsander who won virtuti military 1919 polish 1st infantry , Brother is Roman Topolski possibly living Krakow area who has a daughter called Marisza, age early 60/64
I am trying to find birth records for Dorothy Paszkowski who was born in Poland on Jun 12, 1935. I know that as a child, she lived in a concentration camp and was cared for by her grandmother, who's last name was also Paszkowski. I believe she had an uncle by the name of Fredrick Paszkowski who had three children. I do not know the name of her mother. Can anyone give me any website or who can direct me to where I might be able find out any information. I believe if I can find the birth records, that will be helpful. Thank you.
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.