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07 Dec 2000: Irene Landenberger (Poland) PILARSKI KULSA SKORUPSKI BAGROWSKI
07 Dec 2000: Frank Brodzinski (USA) - BRODZINSKI, PAWLICKI, RESZKA, BUDZINSKI, YONKOSKI, MALKOWSKI, AZAREWICZ, BEDASKA, JEKONSKI, NIKLEWSKI, OLDAKOWSKI, CZAPLINSKI, CIONZYNSKI, SADOWSKI, KLEJNOWSKI, NAJMOWSKI, KAZMIERCZYK, SMIALOWICZ
07 Dec 2000: Sharon (Arizona, USA) - BRUD, CZICZIOT (Cecot with a tail on second c), MAJEWSKI Web Page
06 Dec 2000: Krys Kruczek Zielski/Zielska from Jazlowice, Ukraine (used to be Poland). Also searching for this name on a gravestone, in Iran, either in Uzbekestan, Khazakstan or anywhere in Iran where the Polish people were shipped to after Russia invaded Poland in 1941. Kruczek from Jablonow, Ukraine (used to be Poland)
06 Dec 2000: SShay93867@aol.com (Prussia) KEMPSKI
04 Dec 2000: Kay (Poland) - Tolzdorf,Tolsdorf, Gutowska, Skiba, Roznowski
04 Dec 2000: Michelle (Poland) - RUTKOWSKI, ZELEK, TOMASZEWSKI, WLODARKIEWICZ Web Page
03 Dec 2000: Sandra K.B. KORDELL, KORDELYSHINSKI, SWIECICKI, NARUCKA, TYBUS, TYBURSKI, STAMPORA from Poland - settled in New Jersey, New York, area of USA. Any info appreciated.
02 Dec 2000: Kathy MIKULEWICZ - STRYCHASZ, JURAS, ZYHOWSKI
02 Dec 2000: Donna Di Giacomo -USA- JACKIMOWICZ/JAKIMOWICZ, SKORODA, WOZNIAK (possibly from Warsaw), PETAK, DOPIERALSKI, KORONEWSKI. - These surnames either come from Poland or Russia, I've been told. Thank you.
01 Dec 2000: Candace Reno (California, USA) - SAMULAK, SIMILUK(maybe spelled different), MYRONIUK, OBOJSKI, CZAPLICKI - all are from poland
01 Dec 2000: Marie Evans McQueen - Sadowski\Sandusky - Web Page
01 Dec 2000: Richard Barnett (USA) - Looking for Spector from Raczki, Friedman from Sejny, Sandusky place unknown, Barnett place unknow, Rosenberg from Brest.
30 Nov 2000: Lina Moffitt (Australia) - RINDFLEISCH Johann Carl, born Stettin, Prussia c. 1829, searching for family
30 Nov 2000: Lorraine Rymszewicz - (USA) - RYMSZEWICZ , JANUSKIEWICZ, BZOWSKA - Looking for info on these families possibly from a small town called Vilnius. - Arrived in US around 1912
30 Nov 2000: Chalres A. PYTKO - PYTKO - Looking for any information on grandfather with same name, and grandmother Barbara. Maiden name not known. Both came fromPoland/Austria in mid-late 1800's.
30 Nov 2000: Kathy Ramirez - (USA) - CIOLEK, RUDNY, SADO - My Ciolek and Sado family is from Ocieka, Rzeszow and the Rudny family is from Ostrow, Rzeszow, Poland. The Sado's married into the Fornek and Cukla families that were also from Ocieka. I have many contacts with this family in the states but am looking for more personal information on the families in Poland. Any information on any of these families would be greatly appreciated. - Thank you, Kathy
30 Nov 2000: Shula Sappir - LIEBERMAN from WARSZWA, POLAND. - searching for info about Shmuel and Leon Lieberman sons of Leah and Israel . - Were born in warszawa at the early twenties. Any info will be appreciated.
29 Nov 2000: Lee C Cady - (USA) - ZADOROZNY, GOSTAWSKI, BOGUSZOW. - These families were from DOBRZELIN AND ZYCHLIN POLAND. Looking for any who mite have done some research in this area of Poland. - LEE
24 Nov 2000: Gloria Krupa Gant - (Poland) Truskaweski, Krolikowski - This was my grandmothers maiden name. The 2nd name was her married name to Ignancy Krolikowski. I know that sometime in the end of the late 50's or early 60's, she went to the consulite in NY to sign over her home that she had in poland to her brother. I believe his name was Stephen. I might be spelling the maiden name a little wrong. As soon as she signed this property over to him, it was taken away and stephen and his son were shipped off, it was said to Siberia.
22 Nov 2000: Audrey Shaw - (San Diego, CA USA) - WLODARSKI, CELINSKI from Buffalo, NY area.
18 Nov 2000: AndiEwe@aol.com - (Poland) - SKOTNICKI (Krynica/Piwniczna), KAMINSKI (Krynica), PALACZANIS (Giby, Sejny), MOCZULSKI (Kropiwne. Suwalki), GRYGO (Trczianne, Suwalki), CZUPKOWSKI (Warsaw), MASLANKA (Piwniczna).
14 Nov 2000: tamara_kaplan@hotmail.com - Eisenberg, Aisenberg, Ajzenberg from Poland. First name Max/Meilech. Looking for my grandfather's children who may have survived the war and moved to Brazil. - Thank you, Tamara
13 Nov 2000: Ed Heselton - (USA) - LAZAROWICZ/LAZAROWITCH - Father was Simon (a prison inspector) Nicholas from Schweitz born abt 1872. Became a tailor in Scarborough, Eng and married Ada HESELTON 1895. Emigrated to USA 1898 settled in Chicago area. Looking for any info on Nicholas and family.
13 Nov 2000: tomislav.garilovic@po.hinet.hr - (Slavonija-Croatia) - GARILOVIC, KRAJTNER - I am looking for information on above ancesters whom I believe migrated to the Croatia early 1900's from parts of Poland. They all settled in the Slavonija (part of Croatia). Thank you!
13 Nov 2000: Judy Ford - Looking for any one who's surname was once Pojazny.
10 Nov 2000: mahumbugsr@home.com - (Illinois-USA) - OBUCHOWSKI from Grodno, CZAROBSKI (or CZEROPSKI, CZYROBSKI, CZYROPSKI) from Sztabin. Emigrated to Chicago, Illinois USA early part of 20th Century. These are probably Americanized spellings. Trying to surprise my husband with his "roots."
09 Nov 2000: Frankie Obuchowski - (Illinois USA) - OBUCHOWSKI, CZAROBSKI, CZEROBSKI, or CZYROBSKI. - Looking for info on my husband's family. The OBUCHOWSKIS probably came from Grodno and the CZAROBSKIS from Sztabin. I'm sure these are not the original spellings.
07 Nov 2000: Steven Powers-Chylinski, Ph.D. - I discovered your internet site quite by accident as I was researching my family genealogy--the Chylinski (Hilinski, Hilenski, Hylinski), Sobocinski, and Zielinski surnames. Your site looks it could be quite useful. Keep up the good work! Thanks,
07 Nov 2000: M.K. Huddleston - Searching for ancestors of Francisco Baczynski, his father Bartholomein Baczynski and mother Maria Waytkowiak. And Ggrandparents ancestors of Andreas Ceynowa and Rosalia Detlaff. Andreas parents: Joseph Ceynowo and Catherine Konkol. Rosalias parents: Joseph Detleff and Catherine Lifs. - thank you, M k Huddleston E-mail at bill1243@juno.com
06 Nov 2000: szal@webtv.net - (USA) - SZALASNY, WIEKOWSKA(might be WIENCZYNSKA), PRZYBYSZ, RUTKOWSKA, KONOPA, KAHUN, KUZARA, MAZUREK, WALAS. - I am looking for information on above ancesters whom I believe migrated to the USA early 1900's from parts of Poland. They all settled in the Buffalo NY area. Thank you.
06 Nov 2000: Evelyn Micolichek - (USA) - I am looking for information on my husbands grandparents IGNACY WOJCIEHOWSKI and his wife FRANCIS WALDLESCHESKY/SCHESKY. WOJCIEHOWSKI may have the extra C in it. Francis's father was Michael. They came the second time to the US about 1910.
06 Nov 2000: Gordena Doering - (USA) - NIKLOWICZ, BRZEZOWSKI, BRZOZOWSKI, BRZYZOWSKI, BRZOZOWSKA, BRZEZOWSKA, DINEGA - Gf Andrew Niklowicz b. 1890, somewhere in Poland, immigrated to US via Canada abt. 1905-1911. M. Angela Brzezowski (or variation). Lived in Ohio, moved to Detroit, MI. Mother's maiden name=Dinega. Any info appreciated.
05 Nov 2000: Stellabun@aol.com - WINIECKI - I'd like to add the Winiecki name to the surname list. I have very little information. I do know my grandfather came to America in the mid 1900. He first lived in Penn., and married there. Also the first son was born there. They later moved to Chicago. His wife, my grandmother, is also from Poland. Her first name is Helen. - Thank you for this site, I will be sure to visit often.
04 Nov 2000: Doris Roberts - (USA) - PRZYTARSKI - I am looking for information about my ancestor Chrystoph Przytarski from Dwyan West Prussia. His wife Julianna Greznia left in 1870/71 with all the children and it does not mention him. I do not know if he died in Poland. Their last child was born in Trawitz. Kosciwezyna. West Prussia in 1852 so he probably died around that time. Thank you for your help. - Doris-Florida USA
04 Nov 2000: Maurine McLellan - (USA) - BEJACH - The earliest record I have is of a Hirsh Moses BAJACH in Zempelburg (Sepolno Krajenski). He had sons: Moses Hirsch, Fromm, Juda, Feigel and Seelig. I have found evidence of BEJACHS in Germany, Hungary and the United States. I am searching for descendents of all the sons.
03 Nov 2000: Wayne Wyrembelski - (USA)- Wyrembelski, Idzinski, Krisendski - Looking for ancestors having emigrated to USA in 1873-1874.
02 Nov 2000: Jim Braden - (USA) - MIEZIO & POTAPOWICZ - in the Augustow,Suwalki. Looking for those working on these families.
02 Nov 2000: palskid@aol.com (Tom) - Palczynski/Polczynski, Modrzejewski, Wygladalski, Tralewski, Bajdek, Wasilewski, Zolkiewski from Lezyn-Goslawica, Poland - Jaraczewski, Szczech, Trojanowski, kaminski, Wyrobek, Zielinski from Poznan, Poland - Piasecki, Hegerorona from Gniezno, Poland - Jurczyk/Jurczik, Preis from Suwalki, Poland - Mockiewicz/Moczkiewicz, Durtkiewicz from somewhere in Eastern Poland.
01 Nov 2000: Barbara MEYERS - - AUERBACH, MEYEROWITZ (SP?) from Skerniwicz, Warsaw areas.
01 Nov 2000: Patty0802@aol.com - KLIMCZAK - Any queries on this surname welcome. Looking for my grandfather Joseph Klimczak's family from Nowy Sacz. He was born around 1884 and immigrated to MN/WI/IL. Settled in Chicago.
31 Oct 2000: Jan Hastrich - (Netherlands) - HASTRICH - 1) Are their Polish (family) names that might have been rendered into German HASTRICH? - 2) Does, or did, a place exist with the name HASTRICH or something like it, perhaps in Poland? Nowadays European HASTRICH's are found mainly in the Westerwald area (north west of Koblenz), but I suspect the family had other, more eastly - and maybe older - dwellings as well. First, there are tales in my part of the family suggesting that they lived somewhere near the river Oder (Odra, Poland). Secondly, friends of mine recall to have seen - in the 1980's - a (place name) sign with the name on it somewhere in south east Germany or south Poland. (Unfortunately they paid no attention to it and do not remember anything more precise). Thirdly, though the name HASTRICH seems perfectly German to me, it might be just the German variant of a name in some other language. The most likely explanation of German HASTRICH would be as a place name: there are in western Germany many place names ending in -RICH, meaning something like "real estate"; the HAST- part however remaines unexplained. Furthermore I didn't succeed in locating any place with this name on (historical) maps or place name dictionaries.
30 Oct 2000: Sarah Evanko - (USA) - IWANKO, IVANKO, KLIMKIEWICZ, SROKA. - This are my husband's family names. They were from Cieklin and Dobrynia in the Galicia area. His grandmother came to the Cleveland, OH area in 1919. - Looking to contact anyone else researching the same surnames. Thanks!
30 Oct 2000: Sandra S. Nathan-Moody (USA) - SURNAME: NATHAN - Country: Poland --and/or Prussia - City : Krotoszyn, Crotoszyn - or Crotoshin, Crotochin - GGGFTHR: Abraham Nathan - Born 1837 - either Poland or Prussia Immigrated to America: Apprx. 1844 (from Census record of 1900) Parents and Name of Town in which born: unknown. - Thank you kindly for any information. - Also: Ripinsky - may be relative/friend of my g.g.grandfthr from Poland
30 Oct 2000: prabeau@total.net - JOSEPH - I am looking for information regarding the surname Joseph. The only information I have is that my gg grandmother's name was Esther Joseph. Apparently her parents were from Polish Jews who immigrated to England in the early 1800's and converted to Christianity. I believe they lived in London.
30 Oct 2000: Ralph S. Carlson - PIETRZAK, KRENCICKI, LOTTE - Hello -- I'm looking for ancestral connections on PIETRZAK, KRENCICKI and LOTTE inlaws. Known links to Poland have been forgotten or lost. In the USA, earlier generations lived in Michigan, and the known family has spread from there. Thanks
29 Oct 2000: Glenn Kloiber (USA) - OLSZAK - Gratefully, just read about you in Eastman's Newsletter. Is Michael OLSZAK possibly a Polish name? Have heard it pronounced "OL CHUCK". This G-Grandfather was born in that elusive "PRUSSIA" in 1850. He left home of mother and stepfather to emigrate to Milwaukee, age 16, apparently alone. Thanks in advance for any advice on locating birthplace and ancestors. Descendant now in FL, Pat K.
28 Oct 2000: Florence Mendelssohn (France) - MENDELSSOHN, DUTLINGER, KOHN - I am looking for Mendelssohn family in Poland and also "Dutlinger" and "Kohn". Thank you for your answer.
28 Oct 2000:NFatouros@aol.com (USA) - Naomi Fatouros (nee FELDMAN), Bloomington, Indiana: Researching: BELKOWSKY, Odessa, Berdichev; FELDMAN, Pinsk; SHUTZ, SCHUTZ, Shcherets; LEVY, Mulhouse. - I am researching the surname "BELKOVSKY" or "BELKOVSKI" (and sometimes "BILKOVSKI." I know from Fred Hoffman on the GenPol Mail Group that there are over 300 BELKOWSKYs in Poland, none of whom, it seems, are Jewish, as mine were, and that the BELKOWSKIs or BELKOWSKYs I've found in the US especially in New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Michigan seem to be Catholic. - I also found a website which mentioned the armorials of the BELKOWSKIS. My theory about my family BELKOVSKI members is that they could have taken their surname if they had managed the estates of the Polish BELKOWSKIs, although Alexander BEIDER in his Jewish Names from the Russian Empire says that the name may come from the towna of BELKI or BELKA. My BELKOVSKIs were born in Berdichev and Odessa and perhaps in Radomysl.
27 Oct 2000: BABYCAT3@aol.com - ALK, KAFLOWITZ-KRYNKI and BIALYSTOK areas
27 Oct 2000: Kathi Crane - WOJCIECHOWICZ - Hello, I am trying to determine if my grgrandmother was from Poland. Her last name was Wojciechowicz. First name-Angeline. Can anybody help me with this? Thank you.
26 Oct 2000: Marvin Kusmierz, (USA) - DREYSKA(DRUSCYNSKI), GLOWIECK, LEN, KUSMIERZ, MULARZ, RYTLEWSKI
26 Oct 2000: Richard Zerla (USA) - BURDA, FALADYSZ, FILIP, JANUSZ, KOJDER, LIZAK, RUSINEK, WITEK