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Ancestry of Saturnin Roman


This page contains all the known ancestry for Saturnin Roman who emigrated from the parish of Chorzele, Poland to New Britain, CT USA in 1904. The page is broken up into sections, one for each surname in the tree. Each section is made up of entries on each generation of that surname, starting with the earliest discovered ancestor in that line. The last entry in a surname section is for the parents of a female ancestor who then married into another family.

Families detailed:
BYSTRY
CHODKOWSKI
CHRZANOWSKI
CZAPLICKI (of Romany Karcze, parish Krzynowłoga Wielka)
CZAPLICKI (of Romany Karcze and Czaplice Kurki, parish Krzynowłoga Wielka)
CZAPLICKI (of Czaplice B±ki, parish Krzynowłoga Wielka)
GADOMSKI
KRĘPSKI
LIPOWSKI
MILEWSKI
NISKI
OBRĘSKI
ROMAN (of Ulatowo Pogorzel, parish Chorzele)
ROMAN (of Romany Sędzięta, parish Krzynowłoga Wielka)
RYKOWSKI
SMOLEŃSKI
WĘGIERSKI
ŻBIKOWSKI
ŻMIJEWSKI


ROMAN FAMILY INTRODUCTION

Romans coat of arms Slepowron.

Jedrzej Swiecicki, in his work edited in 1634 (but written at the end of 16th century) "Topografia czyli opis Mazowsza" [Topography or Description of Mazovia], describing nobility of Ciechanow land writes: "Romanorum familia militari faecunda sobole, ideoque & numero & viribus factionis pollens notissima est, ij stirpem ab ipsa urbe Roma valeriaque familia nobilissima gente repetunt, quum ad vetustae originis argumentum corvum ingentilitijs insignibus gestent". This sentence can be translated as follows: The Roman family is very famous and leading in respect of wealth and power as well. That family enjoys numerous offspring familiar with the art of war. It derives its origin just from city called Rome, from the Valerius family that was very eminent house and as a proof of that ancient origin, raven is placed in their coats.

True and legend. According to the very old documents, which were stored in Counts Krasinskis Archives in Krasne, up to the last war and according to Bartosz Paprocki's Armorial (edited in 1586), it occures the Slepowrons (called the Bujnoes too, as "Bujno!" was a war cry of Slepowrons) are one of the most ancient Mazovian tribes. Warcislaw de Slepowrony was the oldest known ancestor of this tribe. In 1224 Prince Konrad I of Mazovia granted Magdeburg law for inherited villages of Warcislaw, i.e. Slepowrony, Starchowo, Drozdzyno and Wola (all situated near Sachock city, in Ciechanow land). That Warcislaw, having been marshal of court of Prince Konrad, chose very specific names for his two sons: Roman and Wladymir. It must be mentioned here, that these two names were typical for Halicz branch of Rurik House. In fact, Prince Konrad was a very close relative and ally of this branch. After the death of Warcislaw his sons divided land properties. Roman took land situated to the north of Przasnysz and in Pobozany (northern part of Mlawa district), whereas Wladymir took fertile soils to the south of Przasnysz (including Krasne, which means beautiful) and that next to Sachock. There is believed that Counts Krasinskis and other families like Szczuckis, Rembowskis, L/anieckis and Pienickis descends from Wladymir. Whereas Roman had very numerous offspring, which thanks to grants of succeeding Princes of Mazovia, branched out not only in Przasnysz district, but in Eastern Mazovia, Podlasya and Radom land in Little Poland as well. In the 16th century under the influence of ancient culture and vivacious contacts between Polish nobility and Hungarian Royal Court ruled in those times by King Mathias Korvin-Hunyady, it was invented so-called Roman-Hungarian legend of Korwin. According to this legend Valerius Messala Corvinus was the ancient ancestor of the tribe. He was a consul of Rome, who lived in 1st century AD and who overran lands upon Danube. His descendants were settled there and in early Middle Ages divided on two lines: Hungarian and Polish. The Hunyadys were members of the Hungarian line (in fact they used coat called Korvin, which includes raven on its shield). Whereas the founder of Polish line was supposed to marry girl from Pobog tribe and after wedding he mixed both coats - Korwin and Pobog. This way new coat called Slepowron was created. No doubt, Swiecicki had to know Korwin legend and therefore he mentioned about imaginary Roman origin of the Romans.

The Romans.

Probably name of village called Romany (situated in Krzynowłoga parish in Przasnysz district) is derived from this Roman de Slepowrony, who lived in the middle of 13th century. Inheritors of this village used surname de Romany first and Roman since the end of 15th century. The oldest existing volume of Metryka Ksiestwa Mazowieckiego (Court Record of Mazovian Principality) from the begining of 15th century (years 1414-1433) mentioned very frequently members of the Roman family. We could find on the pages of this book following Romans coat Bujno (Slepowron), i.e. Arnold, Bujno, Dobieslaw, Jakub, Jasiek, Jaszczold, Krystyn, Marcin, Mikołaj, Myslibor, Nadbor, Paweł, Piotr, Samson, Stanisław, Tyburcy, Wladymir, Wszebor and Zdzislaw. These records mentioning Romans are in fact a long list of prince's grants of land in Przasnysz district (Zlotokierz, Powije, Oględa, Zalesie) and in Eastern Mazovia (forests upon rivers: Slucz, Kubra, Stok, Bialystok, Wissa, Klimaszewica, Miedzwiada). This way the Romans branched-out on two lines: Wizna and Przasnysz. Wizna line had its nest in Romany village. In 1420 Zdzislaw and Arnold de Romany established there a church and parish. Przasnysz line was divided into 3 groups. First southern group inherited land situated next to spring of Oględa river, including the following villages in Krzynowłoga Mała parish: Romany-Fuszki [pronounciation: Fooshkee], Romany-Gorskie [Goorskye, meaning: mountainous], Romany-Janowieta [Yanovyenta, descendants of Jan], Romany-Kosiorki [Kosyorkee], Romany-Misie [Meeshee, bears], Romany-Powije [Poveeye], Romany-Rzytki [Geetkee, asses], Romany-Wszebory [Vshebory, descendants of Wszebor], Romany-Zdrzyski [Zdgeeskee], Romany-Zlotokierz [Swotokyesh, golden bushes]. To this group we can include lonely Romany-Skierki [Skyerkee, sparks], which belonged to Krzynowłoga Wielka parish. Second western group contains of Romany-Zalesie [Zaleshee, next to forest] (bought as Zalesie by Myslibor de Romany in 1424) in Krzynowłoga Mała parish. The last group, northern group, is placed in Krzynowłoga Wielka parish, along the Ulatowka River. There we have Romany-Borki [Borkee, small forests], Romany-Janki [Yankee, descendants of Jan], Romany-Karcze [Karche, clearings in a forest], Romany-Sędzięta [Send-zyenta, descendants of judge], Romany-Slepowrony [Slepovrony, which indicates coat of arms of family] and Romany-Zajki [Zaykee].

Settlement of Romans in Przasnysz district.

Members of the Roman family not only possessed land in several Romany villages. Many of them became owners of land in other places in various districts by purchase or through dowries of their wives. Bagienice Wielkie, Brzozowo-Maje, Bystre-Kurzymy, Chodkowo Wielkie, Dzierzęga, Grabowo-Padaki, Kobylaki-Konopki, Krajewo-Darmopychy, Krajewo-Klodki, Krajewo Wielkie, Krajewo-Wierciochy, Oględa, Ossowiec Szlachecki, Niskie Wielkie, Szemplino-Czarne, Tansk-Choraze, Ulatowo-Pogorzel are the most important villages connected with the Romans in Przasnysz district. In all that places new branches of family flourished. Some of Romans still live and own land in several Romany and above-mentioned villages.

Distinguished members of Roman family.

Kazimierz Roman of Czaplice-Kurki was treasurer of Wyszogrod in the middle of 18th century. Michał Roman tribunus of Zawkrze and Paweł Roman cameratius of Ciechanow sons of Władysław Roman of Romany-Skierki and Romany-Zajki & Rozalia Kijewska, who lived in Latyczow district in 1780. Placyd Roman of Romany-Misie, Romany-Fuszki, Romany-Kosiorki, chamberlain of King Stanisław August Poniatowski of Poland. His two sons Wiktor (b.1785, d.1847) and Seweryn (b.1788) merited Napoleonic officers. Jan Roman (who was great grandson of Sebastyan Roman of Romany-Gorskie & Anna Gadomska) priest-secretary of Gniezno Metropolitan Chapter. Jakub Roman (d.1717) was governor and commander of Zamosc city and fortress. The Romans signed as noble inhabitants of Ciechanow land royal elections in 1632, 1648, 1697 and 1764.

Many thanks to genealogist and cousin Adam Pszczółkowski for the above information and the translation of it!

The name "Roman" is derived from the village or place where the family lived. There are several large towns today named Romany north of the area of Poland where our family emigrated from. However it is more likely the family took the name from one of the many small villages of Romany in the Krzynowłoga Mała and Krzynowłoga Wielka areas. There are nine Romany's in the Krzynowłoga Mała parish alone, including Romany Fuszki and Romany Sebory to name but two. Another Roman line in our family tree were owners of Romany Sędzięta and Romany Janki in the parish of Krzynowłoga Wielka.

This country, Mazovia, "is famous for the lots of poor gentry living there. And, in fact, the book Rody szlachty polskiej (the Gentry Clans of Poland) by M. Roguski and J. Zalewski mentions the Roman family of the clan Slepowron, one of the most popular there (Gen. Jaruzelski is a member). There are also mentioned the Romanskis (meaning "of Romany") of the same clan. Here's the scoop: The village where the family Roman lives is called Romany (the Romans). They start being called "de Romany", that is Romanski in Polish. The rest of the family stays as Roman. There is also mentioned the family Romanowicz (the son of Roman) of the clan Lubicz, a clan close to the clan Slepowron. Also some Romanowskis but this rather leads to the village name Romanowo but still can be connected especially that the clans the Romanowskis are of are also close to the Slepowrons"[3].


THE ROMAN FAMILY

WOJCIECH ROMAN, d. before 1724[1/114:142], m. DOROTA KRAJEWSKA.[4/M341]

Wojciech Roman is the earliest member of this branch of the tree that we have been able to definitively identify. We find his name in court records as the father of Marcin Roman. Unfortunately those records provide neither a village he lived in nor his wife's name. However his wife's name is given in the marriage record of their son Marcin in 1721.

The clues we do have as to where Wojciech may have lived come from the fact that his son Marcin either lived in or moved to Ulatowo Pogorzel (Chorzele parish) in 1723 and the family remained there for well over 100 years. At that time Marcin may have been a resident of the village of Czaplice Mazanki (Krzynowłoga Wielka parish) or was at least a landholder there.[1/114:142] Another record leads one to believe with a high level of probability that son Marcin inherited lands in Czaplice Mazanki from both his paternal and maternal lines. We can also assume that a Czaplicki family was the original owner of that village and the Roman family would likely have come to their ownership of it through inheritance from a Czaplicka wife somewhere along the way.

There were Romans in Ulatowo Pogorzel prior to Marcin's 1723 record in that village, but whether there was any relationship between them and Wojciech and Marcin remains to be seen. Tax records from 1676 show there was a widow Roman living there at the time. She might have been the right age to be Wojciech's mother.

A further examination of the early church records finds a Jakub Roman who married in January 1695 to Marianna Ulatowska.[3/M91] And baptisms of Jakub's and Marianna's children were recorded in Ulatowo-Pogorzel between 1696 and 1704. In these records Marianna's maiden name is given as Czaplicka so the marriage record might indicate that she was the widow of an Ulatowski at the time of the marriage. Jakub's family was the only Roman family in the records of Pogorzel at the time. No relationship between Wojciech and Jakub has yet been established. Jakub's children as recorded are: Katarzyna, b. 1696; (can't read name), b. 1696; Urban, b. 1699; Grzegorz, b. 1702; and twins Andrzej and Franciszka, b. 1704. Note the mother's name is recorded as Ewa Czaplicka for the last two. This may have been a mistake in recording or Jakub may have remarried. A court record from 1697 names Jakub Roman of Ulatowo Pogorzel as the son of Stanisław Roman who was deceased by that time.[1/90:44] Jakub would, of course, have been about the right age to be Wojciech's brother.


REF: [1] Ciechanowski Grodzki Perpetuitas (Ciechanow Court Records)
     [2] Przasnyskie Ziemskie Wieczyste (Przasnysz Court Records)
     [3] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm 1194873
         Akta urodzen, malzenstw, zgonów [baptisms, marriages, deaths] 1695-1808
     [4] Roman Catholic Parish Records Przasnysz, Poland, LDS microfilm 1496689
         Akta urodzen, malzenstw, zgonów [baptisms, marriages, deaths] 1674-1788

Children (by Ewa, possibly incomplete list): 1. Wojciech (named as brother of Marcin and son of Wojciech)[1/114:91] 2. Walenty 3. Jakub, b. 2 Jul 1682 4. Adam, b. 6 Sep 1686 5. Marcin, b. prob. bef. 1700, d. aft. 1761[1/??:???], m(1) Przasnysz 7 Jul 1721[4/M341] Ewa Kobylinska (daughter of Kilian Kobylinski of Kobylaki Konopki)[1/101:467], m(2)[1/115:249] Agnieszka Krępska (dau. of Kazimierz Krępski of Rogowo, parish Podos), prob. d. Pogorzel 26 Oct 1776 age abt. 80[3/D6] 6. Konstancya[2/10:239], m. maybe abt. 1729 Pawel Gadomski, d. by 1757 Chil.: A. Michał Gadomski[2/10:239], maybe m. Chorzele parish 1750[3] Marcianna Bagienska


MARCIN ROMAN, d. after 1761, resided in Ulatowo Pogorzel, Chorzele, Poland, m(1) Przasnysz 7 Jul 1721[12/M341] Ewa Kobylinska (daughter of Kilian Kobylinski and Konstancya Kobylinska of Kobylaki Konopki), m(2) AGNIESZKA KRĘPSKA (dau. of Kazimierz Krępski and Katarzyna Czaplicka[7/115:249] of Rogowo, parish Podos), prob. d. Pogorzel 1776 age abt. 80[4/10:6].

Marcin Roman was from the village of Ulatowo-Pogorzel in the parish of Chorzele, which is 10 or 15 km northeast of Krzynowłoga Mała. Pogorzel is situated in the heart of the Mazuch Forest between two rivers, the Ulatowka and the Orzyc. Marcin appears in a number of court documents, one of which directs the children of his son Mateusz to pay Marcin's daughter Zofia her rights in Marcin's estate[6/39:213]. This was in 1793 shortly after the death of Mateusz. Marcin's and Agnieszka's names are also found in the death record of their daughter Zofia in 1813[1/20:33] which also names Jakub Roman as her nephew. Jakub is in a well documented line of descent. Their names are also found in the early parish records which provide additional children. Evidence for Marcin's child Antoni comes from the 1821 marriage record of Joachym Roman, son of Antoni, in which it is stated that Jakub is Joachym's paternal 1st cousin.

Marcin was the son of Wojciech Roman. One record[6/10:205], from 1757, shows Marcin mortgaged parts of Ulatowo-Pogorzel to Michał Gadomski for 3 years for 20 tynffs. An earlier record is the earliest one found that has Marcin in Ulatowo Pogorzel. Wojciech was deceased at the time (1723) and was described as from Czaplice-Mazanki, which is in the Krzynowłoga Wielka parish[7/114:142]. Whether Marcin was moving to Pogorzel at this time or was there previously is not clear. Marcin was alive in 1762 as he is mentioned as the father of Matuesz and was not referred to as deceased.

Agnieszka was the daughter of Kazimierz Krępski, who was from Rogowo, parish Podos. This information comes from the 1727 deeding of land by Agnieszka to Jan Olszewski, son of deceased Jan of Olszewo-Dacki.[7/115:249] Rogowo is the village that Saturnin Roman claimed to have lived in prior to his emmigration to the USA and this might indicate a family connection with Rogowo across nearly 200 years. Online parish records confirm that the family was in Rogowo in at least 1892 when Saturnin's brother Błazej was born there.[10]

Marcin had an earlier wife as a 1740 record names Jakub, son of living Marcin and deceased Ewa Kobylinska, daughter of Kilian of Kobylaki Konopki in the Przasnysz parish.[7/122:301] The Marcin in this record was the son of Wojciech Roman of Ulatowo Pogorzel. Another record from 1769 shows a Jakub Roman in Kobylak Konopki as son of deceased Marcin. Jakub's wife was Zofia Borkowska[7/136:305]. Since there does not appear to be any other Jakub or Marcin Roman in Kobylak Konopki during this span of time, we are assuming the above records are referring to the same Jakub. However, Jakub married in 1768[8] and must have been close to 50 at the time. This is unusually late in life to marry for the first time (the record did not refer to him as "widower"), but it is not without precedent. So the fact of the matter is that we don't know for sure if these records are all about the same man or two different men. There is also a 1725 record that names Marcin's wife as Ewa Kobylinska, presumably living at the time, the daughter of the late Kilian Kobylinski.[7/101:467] Marcin was recorded as from Czaplice Mazanki in this record.

Marcin had a brother Wojciech as indicated in a court record from 1723[7/114:91]. Another record, this one from 1740, refers to a Stanisław Roman of Ulatowo Pogorzel who was deceased at the time. His widow Rozalia Bonkowska, daughter of Szymon, was one of the parties in the record[7/121:305]. Another record[6/10:54] from the 1750's shows Rozalia was still in Pogorzele.

Another clue to Marcin's origins is that in the 1741 baptism record of daughter Agnieszka he is refered to as "Marcin Krajewski seu Roman". This indicates Marcin Roman was an owner of, or from, Krajewo, but maybe this is indicating his maternal connection. There was a record from about 1644 that mentions "Wojciech Roman seu Krajewski"[7/80:192].

Ulatowo-Pogorzel covers 155 acres. In 1827 it had 30 houses and 222 inhabitants. By 1880 it was up to 40 houses and 277 inhabitants.

REF: [1] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm 0702551 (1811-1818) [2] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm 0702552 (1818-1823) [3] Extract of letter from Kaj Malachowski, a student at Warsaw University interested in genealogy, 1993 [4] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm 1194871 [5] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm 1194872 [6] Przasnyskie Ziemskie Wieczyste (Przasnysz Court Records) [7] Ciechanowski Grodzki Perpetuitas (Ciechanow Court Records) [8] Roman Catholic Parish Records Węgra, Poland, LDS microfilm 1958818 item 2 (extracted by Christa Shukaitis) [9] Roman Catholic Parish Records Przasnysz, Poland, LDS microfilm 1496691 item 2 (births 1784-1799 & deaths 1791-1806) [10] Online databases at http://www.geneteka.genealodzy.pl/index.php?lang=eng for Dzierzgowo parish [11] Ciechanowski Relacja i Oblaty (Ciechanow Court Accusations and Relations) [12] Roman Catholic Parish Records Przasnysz, Poland, LDS microfilm 1496689 Akta urodzen, malzenstw, zgonów [baptisms, marriages, deaths] 1674-1788

Children (by Ewa, possibly incomplete list): 1. Jakub, b. prob. 1722, d. 1787[9/259], prob. m. Węgra 25 Sep 1768 Zofia Borkowska (dau. of Łukasz Borkowski and Marianna Koskowska) of Borkowo, parish Węgra[8]; res. Kobylak-Konopki, Przasnysz (see above for question whether the Jakub who married Zofia and had the below children was our Marcin's son or not) Chil.(all born in Kobylak-Konopki): A. Jozef, b. 1770[9/60], prob. d. bef. 1788[6/28/174] B. Maryanna, b. 1771[9/75], prob. d. bef. 1788[6/28/174] C. Antoni, b. 1773[9/95], prob. d. bef. 1788[6/28/174] D. Łukasz, b. 1775[9/117], prob. d. bef. 1788[6/28/174] E. Michał, b. 1777[9/130] F. Wojciech, b. 1780[9/155], m(2) Przasnysz 1833 Katarzyna Miłoszewska z Kobylinska, b. abt. 1792 G. Jan, b. 1782[9/175], d. young H. Jan, b. 1784[9/199] I. Jozefa, d. 1794[9/201] 2. Adam Children (by Agnieszka, probably incomplete list): 3. Rajmund, b. 1727[4] 4. Maryanna, m. Chorzele Feb 1756[5/16] Walenty Czaplicki (son of Jakub Czaplicki)[6/10:104] of Ostrowe 5. Mateusz, b. abt. 1731, d. Pogorzel 4 Jun 1792, m. 1756 Ewa Łojewska, b. abt. 1732, d. Pogorzel 14 May 1799 Chil.: see below 6. Ewa, b. 1735[4] 7. Zofia, b. 1737[4], d. Ulatowo-Pogorzel 30 May 1813[1/20:33] (unmarried) 8. Jozef, b. 1739[4] 9. Agnieszka, b. 1741[4], d. Pogorzel 1775 'age 30'[4/10:2] 10. Antoni, m. Teresa Majewska (dau. of Wojciech Majewski and Agnieszka Kwiatkowska)[11/42:21] Chil.: A. Joachim, (worker in Osieczyzna) b. Dzierzgowo parish abt. 1769, m. Chorzele 1821[2/32:47] Tekla Berk (dau. of Jan Berk and Agata? Maka), b. Jednorozec abt. 1792 Chil.: 1) Stanisław, b. Pogorzel 1822, d. Pogorzel 1822[2/39:62]


MATEUSZ ROMAN, part inheritor of Ulatowo Pogorzel, b. abt. 1731, d. Pogorzel 4 Jun 1792 age 60[3/1:60], m. Chorzele[3/16] 7 Jun 1756 EWA ŁOJEWSKA, b. abt. 1732, d. Pogorzel 14 May 1799 age 67[3/4:15].

The only vital record found to date that gives the names of this couple in conenction with known ancestor Jakub Roman is from Jakub's death record. In this record the wife's name is Maryanna, although early parish records clearly indicate the couple was Matesuz and Ewa. Given that Ewa died some 30+ years before Jakub and may not have been known to his wife, Jakub's mother's name could easily have been misreported in his death record. A court record confirms the connection. On 1 May 1793 old maid Zofia Roman, daughter of deceased Marcin Roman and Agnieszka Krępska, where Agnieska was described as an owner of Ulatowo Pogorzel, acknowledged that she received her rights from her paternal nephews Paweł and Jakub Roman, sons of deceased Mateusz and grandsons of Marcin and Agnieszka[4/39:213]. This must have been her share of her parents' estate that had been in the possession of her late brother Mateusz.

Mateusz and his son Antoni were fined by a court in Przasnysz on 22 February 1784. It's not clear what the charges were, but on May 6 of that year[4/26:92] Paweł Łojewski of Ulatowo-Pogorzel, son of deceased Wojciech, and his brothers Jan Łojewski, parish priest of Bogurzyn (Szrensk district, Płock voivodship) and Antoni confirmed that they received sixfold 14 marks fine from Mateusz and Antoni Roman[4/24:484]. It is possible that there was a family relationship between Paweł and Ewa (Łojewska) Roman, wife of Mateusz. In fact, it appears Marianna was living in Pogorzel at the time of her marriage, so she was probably the daughter of Wojciech.

One record from 1762 mentions Mateusz Roman of Ulatowo-Pogorzel, son of Marcin who "ad annos in lecto egretudinis decumbentes", which seems to mean "from years in bed as he is ill"[6/1:21]. This means Marcin was bedridden so Mateusz went to Przasnysz court on his behalf.

REF: [1] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm 0723207 (1828-1834) [2] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm 0723210 (1849-1854) [3] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm 1194872 [4] Przasnyskie Ziemskie Wieczyste (Przasnysz Court Records) [5] Roman Catholic Parish Records Przasnysz, Poland, LDS microfilm 0702657 (1819-1823) [6] Przasnyskie Grodzkie Relacje i Oblaty (Books of Przasnysz City Court, Memoes and Copies)

Children: 1. Jadwiga, b. 1757[3] 2. Agnieszka, b. 1761[3] 3. Antoni, b. 1762[3], d. Pogorzel 28 May 1787 (age 23)[3/1:43] 4. Wojciech, b. 1765[3] 5. Maryanna, b. 1767[3], maybe m. 1792 Stanisław Słabogorski 6. Jan, b. 1769[3] 7. Rozalia, b. 1770[3] 8. Jakub, b. prob. Pogorzel abt. 1771, d. Pogorzel 17 Apr 1831[1/D64], m. Agnieszka Chodkowska, d. Pogorzel 1850[2/25:D49] Chil.: see below 9. Paweł, b. 1777[3], d. bef. 1808, m. 1796 Maryanna D±browska (dau. of Ignacy D±browski & Aleksandra (Katarzyna?) Garlinska), b. Kobylak-Czarzaste 1771, d. 1823[5/D124]. She m(2) 1808 Jakub Roman (record is damaged and parents' names cannot be read, but it was not Paweł's brother Jakub) Chil: A. Maryanna, b. Pogorzel 1798, d. 1841, m. Przasnysz 2 Feb 1814 Jakub Kobylinski (son of Franciszek Kobylinski and Franciszka Chodkowska), b. abt. 1790 Children (surname Kobylinski): 1) Jan, b. abt. 1815, d. 1837 2) Tekla, b. 1819, prob. m(1) Wojciech Rudzki, m(2) 1850 Jakub Lipowski (son of Walenty Lipowski & Maryanna Łojewska) 3) Waclaw Michał, b. 1821 4) Katarzyna, b. 1823, m. 1842 Jozef Roman (son of Wojciech Roman and Anna Zakrzewska), b. abt. 1822 5) Daniel, b. 1826 6) Kazimierz, b. 1827, d. 1828 7) Wiktorya, b. 1828 8) Kazimierz, b. 1831 9) Franciszek, b. & d. 1833 10) Jozef, b. 1835 B. Katarzyna Barbara, b. Pogorzele 3 Dec, bap. 4 Dec 1800 C. Małgorzata, d. Pogorzel 6 Jul 1803[3/4:33] D. Franciszka, b. 1804, m. Przasnysz 1820[5/M9] Piotr Bagieński (son of Jan Bagieński and Apolonia Drazdzewska of Bagienice, parish Krasnosielc)


JAKUB ROMAN, b. Poland abt. 1785, d. Ulatowo Pogorzel, Chorzele, Poland 17 Apr 1831[6/D64], m. AGNIESZKA CHODKOWSKA (dau. of Adam Chodkowski and Eleonora Rudzinska), d. Pogorzel 1850[7/25:D49].

4. Antoni Roman
b. 1810
Pogorzel
Chorzele

d. 29 Sep 1885
Kitki
Dzierzgowo

8. Jakub Roman
b. c.1785
d. 17 Apr 1831 Pogorzel
16. Mateusz Roman
b. c.1731 d. 1792 Pogorzel
32. Marcin Roman ?-aft.1761
33. Agnieszka Krępska ?-prob.1776
17. Ewa Łojewska
b. c.1732 d. 1799 Pogorzel
34.
35.
9. Agnieszka Chodkowska
b. ?
d. 1850 Pogorzel
18. Adam Chodkowski
b. ? d. ?
36. Wojciech Chodkowski ?-1747
37. Marianna Zagrzewska
19. Eleonora Rudzinska
b. ? d. ?
38.
39.

Agnieszka Chodkowska was probably from Chodkowo in the parish of Podos, Płoniawy district. Jakub and Agnieszka lived in house number 22 and, later, number 23 in Pogorzel. There was another Jakub Roman at the same time who was a part owner of Ulatowo-Pogorzel. He lived in house number 4 and had wife Maryanna D±browska, who was first married to Jakub's brother Paweł[1/B15].

REF: [1] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm 0702254 (1808-1812) [2] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm 0702551 (1811-1818) [3] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm 0702552 (1818-1823) [4] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm 0702553 (1824-1825) [5] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm 0833047 (1826-1827) [6] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm 0723207 (1828-1834) [7] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm 0723210 (1849-1854) [8] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm 0723211 (1855-1860) [9] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm 0723212 (1861-1865) [10] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm 1808707 (Births 1866-1871) [11] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm 0723209 (1842-1848) [12] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm 1766574 (1879-1890)

Children (all born in Pogorzel): 1. Paweł, b. 30 Jan 1809[1/1:95], d. 1809[1/3:96] 2. Antoni, b. 17 Dec, bap. 18 Dec 1810[1/7:106], m(1) 10 Feb 1834 Anna Żbikowska, b. Pogorzel 25 Dec 1812[2/15:117], d. Pogorzel Dec 1859[9/34:D127], m(2) Tekla Kobylinska, b. abt. 1819, d. Pogorzel Jan 1864[9/39:D2], m(3) Płoniawy 28 Apr 1864 Wiktorya Niska, b. Kurki abt. 1816, d. Kitki, Dzierzgowo 1876, m(4) Dzierzgowo 1878 Rozalia Czaplicka Chil.: see below 3. Jozef, b. 1812[1/12:164], d. 1812 4. Mateusz, b. 17 Aug 1814[1/21:84] 5. Małgorzata, b. 1820[3/31:212], d. Pogorzel 1821[3/36:43] 6. Agnieszka Anna, b. 1822[3/34:184], d. Pogorzel 1822[3/39:64] 7. Zuzanna Tekla, b. 1823[3/40:186], d. Pogorzel 1 May 1832[6/D130] 8. Mikołaj, b. 1825[3/44:B230], d. Pogorzel 8 May 1879 (unm.)[12/D101] 9. Jan Alexander, b. 14 May 1828[6/B89], m(1) Chorzele 1847[11/22:M60] Domicella Kobylinska (dau. of Jan Kobylinski and Katarzyna), b. abt. 1824, d. Pogorzel 1860[8/35:D148], m(2) Płoniawy 1861 Maryanna Chodkowska (dau. of Jozef Chodkowski and Anna Chodkowska), b. Chodkowo-Załogi abt. 1841 Chil. (by Domicella in Pogorzel): A. Walenty, b. 1851[7/26:B26] B. Katarzyna, b. 1853[7/28:B199] C. Stanisław, b. 1855[8/30:B156] D. Maryanna, b. 1857[8/32:B108], m. Chorzele 17 Feb 1886[12/M21] Ludwik Morawski (son of Jan Morawski and Katarzyna Rudzinska), b. Rudno-Jeziorowe abt. 1860 E. Katarzyna, b. 1860[8/35:B204], d. Pogorzel 1860[8/35:D130] Chil. (by Maryanna in Pogorzel): F. Jozef Adam, b. 1863[9/38:B105], d. Pogorzel 1863[9/38:D94] G. Ludwik, b. 1864[9/39:B196], m. Chorzele 16 Feb 1887[12/M46] Maryanna Krasniewska (dau. of Jan Krasniewski and Katarzyna Baczkowska), b. Chorzele abt. 1867 Chil.: 1) Wiktorya, b. 1888, d. Jednorozec 1888[12/D148] 2) Zofia, d. Chorzele 1898[12/D72] 3) Eugeniusz, b. & d. Chorzele 1899[12/B207, D232] H. Antoni Maciej, b. 1867[10/B44] I. Alexandra Jozefa, b. 1 Apr 1871[10/B104] J. Anna, b. 4 Jun 1873[12/B122] K. Michalina, b. abt. Mar 1877, d. Pogorzel 12 Sep 1878[12/D192]


ANTONI ROMAN, b. Porgorzel, Chorzele, Poland 1810[1/7:106], d. Kitki, Dzierzgowo 29 Sep 1885[13/D180], m(1) Pogorzel 10 Feb 1834[2/M19] ANNA ŻBIKOWSKA (dau. of Wojciech Żbikowski and Jozefata Lipowska), b. Pogorzel, Chorzele, Poland 25 Dec, bap. 26 Dec 1812[1/15:117], d. Pogorzel Dec 1859[6/34:D127], m(2) Płoniawy Feb 1860 Tekla Kobylinska (dau. of Jan Kobylinski of Kobylak-Konopki & Maryanna Roman) (widow of Wojciech Rudzki and Jakub Lipowski), b. abt. 1819[9/M8], d. Pogorzel Jan 1864[7/39:D2], m(3) Płoniawy 28 Apr 1864 Wiktorya Niska (dau. of Jan Niski & Katarzyna Grabowska) (widow of Ludwik Chrostowski), b. Kurki abt. 1816[9/M18], d. Kitki 8 Nov 1876[12/D88], m(4) Dzierzgowo 1878[12/M17] Rozalia Czaplicka.

2. Ignacy Karol Roman
b. 5 Nov 1842
Pogorzel
Chorzele

d. ?

4. Antoni Roman
b. 1810 Pogorzel
d. 29 Sep 1885 Kitki, Dzierzgowo
8. Jakub Roman
b. c.1785 d. 1831 Pogorzel
16. Mateusz Roman c.1731-1792
17. Ewa Łojewska c.1732-1799
9. Agnieszka Chodkowska
b. ? d. 1850 Pogorzel
18. Adam Chodkowski
19. Eleonora Rudzinska
5. Anna Żbikowska
b. 25 Dec 1812 Pogorzel
d. Dec 1859 Pogorzel
10. Wojciech Żbikowski
b. 1781 Pogorzel d. ?
20. Jakub Żbikowski c.1748-1827
21. Anna Ossowska c.1752-1830
11. Jozefa Lipowska
b. ? d. bef. 1830
22. Waleryan Lipowski
23. Salomea Gadomska

Antoni Roman was a part owner of Ulatowo-Pogorzel and had a wife Anna Żbikowska. There was another man by the same name in Pogorzel by 1845. He was slightly younger and his wife's name was Tekla Łojewska. He was a leaseholder of Pogorzel rather than an owner. The relationship between the two Antoni Roman's is yet to be determined.

REF: [1] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
         0702254 (1808-1812)
     [2] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
         0723207 (1828-1834)
     [3] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
         0723208 (1835-1841)
     [4] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
         0723209 (1842-1848)
     [5] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
         0723210 (1849-1854)
     [6] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
         0723211 (1855-1860)
     [7] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
         0723212 (1861-1865)
     [8] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
         1808707 (Births 1866-1871)
     [9] Roman Catholic Parish Records Płoniawy, Poland, LDS microfilm
         1895325 (Births 1886-1889, Marriages 1826-1879)
     [10] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
          1808708 (Births 1871-1890)
     [11] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
          1808709 (Deaths 1866-1890)
     [12] Roman Catholic Parish Records Dzierzgowo, Poland, LDS microfilm
          1808641 (Marriages 1866-1888, Deaths 1866-1882)
     [13] Roman Catholic Parish Records Dzierzgowo, Poland, LDS microfilm
          1808642 (Deaths 1882-1890)
     [14] Roman Catholic Parish Records Płoniawy, Poland, LDS microfilm
          1895326 (Marriages 1879-1890, Deaths 1826-1875)
     [15] Roman Catholic Parish Records Krzynowłoga Mała, Poland, LDS
          microfilm 1895326 (Births, Marriages, Deaths 1826-1875)
     [16] Online databases at http://www.geneteka.genealodzy.pl/index.php?lang=eng for Dzierzgowo parish

Children: 1. Mateusz Michał, b. Pogorzel 1835[3/10:B169], d. Pogorzel 1 Jul 1836[3/D148] 2. Adam, b. Pogorzel 23 Dec, bap. 24 Dec 1837[3/B282], m. Pogorzel 1863[7/38:M31] Jozefa Kobylinska (widow of Kazimierz Kobylinski, dau. of Jakub Rudzki and Franciszka), b. abt. 1833 Chil. (all born in Pogorzel): A. Antoni, b. 1866[8/B116] B. Franciszek, b. 1867[8/B212], d. Pogorzel 19 May 1870[11/D74] C. Jozefa, b. 7 Apr 1871[8/B110], d. Pogorzel 1872[11/D117] D. Maryanna, b. 4 Apr 1873[10/B78], m. Płoniawy 5 May 1889[14/M30] Bronisław Morawski (son of Antoni Morawski and Wiktorya Gutkowska), b. Wielodroz abt. 1859 3. Wojciech, b. 1840, d. Pogorzel 1843[4/D122] 4. Ignacy Karol, b. Pogorzel 5 Nov 1842[4/B230], m. Krzynowłoga Mała 11 Apr 1874 Małgorzata Żmijewska, b. Borowe-Gryki, Krzynowłoga Mała 10 Jul 1847, d. New Britain, CT 17 Apr 1933 Chil.: see below 5. Maryanna, b. Pogorzel 1845[4/B134], d. Pogorzel 1848[4/D191] 6. Anna, b. Pogorzel 1848[4/B99], m. Dzierzgowo Feb 1878[12/M18] Jozef Żmijewski (son of Stanisław Żmijewski & Katarzyna Gadomska), b. Borowe-Gryki 1857 7. Jakub, b. Pogorzel 1851[5/26:B112], m. Dzierzgowo 24 Jan 1877[12/M2] Maryanna Cichowska (d/o Wojciech Cichowski and Maryanna Purzycka), b. Cichowo abt. 1857 Chil: A. Faustyn Roman, b. 1877[16], d. Kitki 1878[12/D3] B. Ludwik Roman, b. 1879[16], d. Kitki 1879[12/D80] C. Bronisław Roman, b. 1880[16], d. Kitki 1880[12/D101] D. Aleksandra Roman, b. 1883[16] E. Bronisława Roman, b. 1880[16], d. Kitki 1885[13/D140] F. Antoni Roman, b. 1885[16], d. Kitki 1888[13:D88] G. Anna Roman, b. 1888[16], d. Kitki 1889[13/D3] H. Marianna Roman, b. 1890[16] I. Zofia Roman, b. 1893[16] J. Apolonia Roman, b. 1896[16] K. Modest Roman, b. 1899[16] 8. Katarzyna, b. Pogorzel 1855[6/30:B97], m. Dzierzgowo 15 Feb 1885[12/M24] Felicyan Roman (son of Dyonizy Roman and Paulina Czarzasty), b. Romany-Fuszki, Krzynowłoga-Mała Jan 1854[15/B1]


IGNACY KAROL ROMAN, b. Ulatowo-Porgorzel, Chorzele, Poland 5 Nov 1842, d. Poland maybe abt. 1926, m. Krzynowłoga Mała 11 Apr 1874 MALGORZATA ŻMIJEWSKA, b. Borowe Gryki, Poland 10 Jul 1847[10/B77], d. New Britain, CT 17 Apr 1933[1].

1. Saturnin Roman
b. 12 Dec 1883
Kitki
Dzierzgowo

d. 7 Aug 1939
New Britain
CT, USA

2. Ignacy Karol Roman
b. 1842 Chorzele
d. ?
4. Antoni Roman
b. 1810 Chorzele
8. Jakub Roman c.1785-1831
9. Agnieszka Chodkowska c.1780-1850
5. Anna Żbikowska
b. 1812 Chorzele
10. Wojciech Żbikowski c.1777-?
11. Jozefata Lipowska
3. Małgorzata Żmijewska
b. 1847 Krzynowłoga-Mała
d. 1933 New Britain, CT
6. Stanisław Żmijewski
1825 - 1887
12. Marcin Żmijewski 1791-1865
13. Agnieszka Chrzanowska c.1803-1844
7. Katarzyna Gadomska
b. 1821 Krzynowłoga-Wielka
14. Jozef Gadomski c.1786-?
15. Marcyanna Smoleńska c.1794-?

Ignacy was born in Ulatowo Pogorzel, Chorzele, Poland in 1842 and married in 1874 in the parish of Krzynowłoga Mała, which is two parishes southwest of Chorzele. Their first child was born in Pogorzel in 1875, but they had moved to the village of Kitki in the Dzierzgowo parish by 1879[14/M3] when Ignacy was a witness to the marriage of Alexandra Roman (dau. of Stanisław and Maryanna Kalupa formerly of Chodkowo in the Płoniawy parish). Ignacy was also a witness to the marriage of Alexandra's sister Emilia in 1882 and was still a resident of Kitki at that time. Ignacy's son Saturnin on his naturalization papers claimed to have been born in Kitki, but confirmation is difficult because birth records for Dzierzgowo from that time have not yet become readily available. Ignacy's younger brother Jakub was also living in Kitki when he married in 1877[14/M2]. Perhaps there was a family relationship between these two Roman families in Kitki. Ignacy's grandmother was from the Płoniawy parish and Alexandra's daughter Emilia and sister Jozefa moved to Branford, Connecticut. Ignacy's daughter Mary lived in Branford for a time also.

Ignacy presumably lived his whole life in Poland, dying there in probably the mid 1920's, as his widow, Małgorzata, came to the United States in 1927 to live with her son Saturnin. The New York passenger arrivals index shows a Małgorzata Roman arriving in September 1927. She lived with the family at 317 Clinton Street, New Britain, CT until her death on April 17, 1933 at which time she had been in the country for six years and one month[1]. Małgorzata was buried on April 20th in St. Mary's cemetery in New Britain[1]. The English names for Karol and Małgorzata are Charles and Margaret. Margaret first appears in the New Britain City Directory of 1932 as "Margaret Roman widow of Charles r[esident of] 317 Clinton" Street[2/54:637]. She is listed the same way in 1933[2/55:442] whereas the 1934 directory notes that she died April 17, 1933, aged 88[2/56:447]. She was seen by a doctor on April 15 and 16 and died about 7 AM on the 17th. Cause of death is given as "Old age - Chr. nephritis & chr. myocarditis" with a "Chr. Bronchitis" as a contributory cause[1]. ("Chr." must be short for "chronic"). Nephritis refers to inflammation of the kidney, and myocarditis refers to inflammation of the muscle layer of the heart. This sounds like it would be equivalent to congestive heart failure in modern day terminology.

From Małgorzata's death certificate we have that she was born in Borowe Gryki, Poland May 11, 1844, and her parents were Stanisław Żmijewski, born also in Gryki, and Catheryne (Katarzyna in Polish) Gadomska, born in Kurki, Poland[1] (note that the certificate incorrectly indicates her maiden name was Roman). It should be noted that there were a number of Zmijewski's in New Britain in the early years of the 20th century[2], some of them possibly relatives of Saturnin Roman. From a search of the parish registers in Poland, it's obvious that the birth date given for Małgorzata on her death certificate is incorrect. In the Krzynowłoga Mała parish, to which the village of Borowe Gryki belongs, we find her birth was recorded in 1847 under the dates of June 28 and July 10[10/B77]. She was baptized the day after her birth and had godparents Antoni Łojewski and Scholastyka Ostrowska[10/B77]. The reason two dates were written is that Poland, as a Catholic nation, had long since adopted the Gregorian calendar, but Russia, which governed the area at the time, still followed the Julian calendar, and there was a discrepancy of twelve days between the two systems in the 1800's.

In addition to Saturnin, Ignacy and Małgorzata had two other children in the United States. They were Maryanna and Błazej (pronounced "Bway-zie"). They went by the names Mary and Blaseus in America, having come here together on the ship Nieuw Amsterdam which sailed from Rotterdam on May 11, 1907 and arrived in New York. The arrival date is difficult to read but appears to be May 22nd. Maryanna was 18 at the time, and Błazej was 16 and both were born in Ulatowo (Ulatowo Pogorzel, no doubt) and last lived in "Prasnitz", which must be Przasnysz, the capital of the district they were from. They were going to join their brother Saturnin Roman at 57 East Main Street in New Britain[11]. Mary Roman married Thomas Czaplicki and had two sons. This family apparently had little in common with Saturnin's family, and contact between the two families has subsequently been lost. Blaseus moved to Detroit, Michigan at some point.

Other children of this couple include Jan Jozef, who was born in 1875 and may have died young as nothing further is known of him; Jozefa, who remained in Poland and survived both world wars; Edmund; and possibly a daughter by the name of Zuzanna[7]. Little is known of Edmund. There is no known recollection of him by Ignacy's grandchildren, but there are two postcards that he sent during World War I addressed to his brother Saturnin and sister-in-law. One picture is of a group of U.S. Army soldiers unloading a WWI era cannon. The other picture is of a soldier wearing a U.S. Army WWI uniform and is presumably Edmund. There is no trace of him after the war, so he may have been killed in service. A search of the Army Archives should be made to see if there is any additional infomation.

The story of Blaseus is a sad but intriguing one. As stated above he came to New Britain in 1907 but may not have stayed there long as his death certificate has that he was in Detroit since that same year[8]. Given his age, it would seem most likely that he must have gone there to stay with someone he knew - possibly even relatives and perhaps Edmund. Maybe Edmund Roman will show up in the city directories of Detroit prior to the war.

Most of what we know of Blaseus comes from several cards that were sent home from France during the war and from the newspaper accounts of his death. He fought in the American Army in World War I and is listed on the Military Honor Roll in the New Britain town hall. He served in France where he was wounded three times. Returning about 1919-1920, he went to Detroit where he was murdered shortly before he was to have been married. Saturnin and Mary went to Detroit to arrange for Blaseus' burial and Saturnin was the informant for the death certificate.

According to his death certificate: Blaseus died on September 20, 1920 on Lonyo Road (north of Michigan Ave.) due to "Internal hemorrhage following gunshot wound - Homicide". At the time, he was a die maker at Fischer Body and was buried Sept. 25. He had been a resident of Detroit for 13 years at the time[8]. Despite family tradition and cause of death listed on the death certificate, the Detroit Free Press the next day reported his death as suicide. "4 KILLED, DAY'S POLICE RECORD, 2 Men Murdered; Third Slain by Officers; Fourth Death Believed Suicide, ... Blasens [sic] Roman, 28 years old, 625 Medbury avenue, found dead on the Lonyo road with bullet wound in the head and abdomen. ... Revolver Near Body, The body of Blasens Roman was found on the Lonyo road by Harry Hineman, employed by the Detroit Seamless Tube Co., and Joseph Basigo, 305 Parkwood avenue. His trousers pockets were turned wrong side out and letters and papers were scattered over the ground. A revolver with two empty shells was found near the body. Detective Edward Mitte, in charge of the homicide squad, says the revolver belonged to Roman's landlord, and that Roman had it Sunday, but it was taken away from him. The police believe Roman killed himself."[9]

That he was robbed seems clear, but it's not apparent whether he was killed during the robbery or whether someone came upon the body and helped himself to the contents of Blaseus' pockets. Saturnin kept several newspaper clippings about the murder which are very revealing. According to these Blaseus was engaged to Teofila Ulatowska. She reported that on Sunday September 19 Blaseus was at the home of the Ulatowskis where they were preparing for the marriage the following Sunday. At 3 PM he told Teosia (a diminutive for Teofila) that he was going to the West Side to invite some friends to the wedding and that he would return at 9 PM to take her to the cinema. He did meet with his friends, but he never returned to his fiancée. The next day she "learned with an aching heart about the death of her would-be husband"[12].

Teofila refused to believe that Blaseus had committed suicide. Her parents and Boleslaw and Franciszek Mioduszewski, where Blaseus used to board, said he was a good man but had enemies who didn't want him to marry Teofila and threatened to kill him. Teofila even received a letter warning her not to marry Blasues because she would be unhappy with him. The letter was written in very poor Polish and signed by "Jan S.". The Ulatowskis believed Blaseus was attacked by several people and pointed out the wounds on his head by a blunt instrument and his torn clothes. They also believed the murder was done elsewhere as there was no blood where the body was found[12].

Services were held for Blaseus at Saint Stanislaus Church at Medbury and Dubois Streets in Detroit. The Polish newspaper account also stated that Blaseus had been a long time resident of the city[12].

Here's a slightly more detailed list of the towns mentioned above. Kitki is a village in the Roman Catholic parish of Dzierzgowo, which is a little west of Krzynowłoga-Mała and east of Mlawa. It is about 65 miles (105 km) north of Warsaw. Borowe Gryki is a village in the parish of Krzynowłoga Mała, which is 15 km east northeast of Kitki. Kurki (really Czaplice-Kurki) is in the Krzynowłoga Wielkie parish just northeast of Krzynowłoga Mała. Rogowo is just east of Przasnysz and about 30 km southeast of Kitki.

REF: [1] Margaret Roman Medical Death Certificate as recorded
         in the New Britain Town Clerk's Office
     [2] The New Britain City Directory, 1932-34, volumes 52, 53,
         and 54
     [3] Family Recollections (John, Joseph, and Albert Roman)
     [4] Saturnin Roman Medical Certificate of Death as recorded
         in the New Britain Town Clerk's Office
     [5] Josephine (Becmer) Roman Medical Certificate of Death as
         recorded in the New Britain Town Clerk's Office
     [6] Saturnin Roman's Petition for Naturalization, U.S. District
         Court at Hartford, CT, vol. 23, number 4225
     [7] Family Recollections (Edmund A. Roman)
     [8] Blaseus Roman Certificate of Death, State of Michigan, cert.
         #10936
     [9] Detroit Free Press, Tuesday September 21, 1920
     [10] Roman Catholic Parish Records of Krzynowłoga Mała, Poland
          (LDS microfilm #0723345)
     [11] New York Passenger Arrival List for Nieuw Amsterdam May 1907
     [12] Newspaper clippings from Detroit area Polish paper
     [13] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
          1808708 (Births 1871-1890)
     [14] Roman Catholic Parish Records Dzierzgowo, Poland, LDS microfilm
          1808641 (Marriages 1866-1888, Deaths 1866-1882)
     [15] Roman Catholic Parish Records Dzierzgowo, Poland, LDS microfilm
          1808642 (Deaths 1882-1890)
     [16] Correspondence from April Czaplicki (desc. of Edmund Czaplicki) in 2010
     [17] Online databases at http://www.geneteka.genealodzy.pl/index.php?lang=eng for Dzierzgowo parish

Children (order uncertain): 1. Jan Jozef, b. Pogorzel 8 Mar 1875[13/B55], d. Kitki 25 Apr 1875[14/D77] 2. Elzbieta Józefa, b. Kitki 1876[17] 3. Maryanna Roman, b. & d. Kitki 13 Aug 1878[14/D135] 4. Jozefa, d. aft. 1946 (very ill with heart problems in 1946), m. Adam Dembinski, d. 1933 Chil.: A. Flora Dembinska, m. ____ Dzieciatkowski, d. bef. 1946 Chil.: 1) Stanisław Dzieciatkowski, b. abt. 1926 2) Wanda Dzieciatkowska, b. abt. 1930, d. 1947 B. Jozef Dembinski C. Ulhan Witold Dembinski D. Wanda Dembinska, m. ____ ____ E. Kazia Dembinska, unmarried in 1946 5. Zuzanna, b. Dzierzgowo parish 1880[17] 6. Saturnin, b. Kitki, Poland 12 Dec 1883[6], d. New Britain, CT 7 Aug 1939[4], m. New Britain 9 Feb 1909 Josephine Becmer, b. Poland 7 Mar 1887, d. New Britain 9 Feb 1954 7. daughter, b. & d. Kitki 21 Mar 1885[15/D46] 8. Mary, b. abt. 1886, maybe d. East Haven, CT 1972 (SSN # 045-05-4394)? or New Britain, CT 21 May 1961, m. New Britain, CT 10 Sep 1907 Thomas Czaplicki, d. 4 Apr 1962 Chil.: A. Edmund Czaplicki[16], b. Branford, CT 21 Aug 1910, d. Winsted, CT 31 Oct 1982, m(1) ____ ____ and had 4 children, m(2) Arlene VanSeters, b. Beacon, NY 26 Nov 1936, d. Great Barrington, MA 20 Dec 1979 and had one child; due to a misspelling in the documentation Edmund's surname was officially Czipecki for many years) B. Marion Czaplicki, b. Branford, CT abt. 1911, d. Glastonbury, CT 16 Jan 1997, bur. Green Cemetery, Glastonbury[16], m. 8 Feb 1936 New Britain, CT Mary Elizabeth Satkowski, b. abt. 1914, maybe d. CT 1980 Three children 9. Edmund (very little is known of him. He appears to have been a soldier in the US Army in WWI and sent several post cards to Saturnin Roman, his "brother and sister-in-law") 10. Błazej, b. Ploniawy parish[17], prob. Rogowo 3 Feb 1892, d. Detroit, MI 20 Sep 1920 (shot to death)


THE BYSTRY FAMILY

WOJCIECH BYSTRY, d. probably Borowe-Gryki before 1729, m. EWA BORKOWSKA (dau. of Jakub Borkowski), d. before 1735.[2/120:142]

From court records we can see at least three children of this couple.

REF: [1] Research by Adam A. Pszczółkowski
     [2] Ciechanowski Grodzki Perpetuitas (Ciechanow Court Records)

Children: 1. Felicyan Bystry, d. abt. 1748, m. Jadwiga Borowa Chil. (see below) 2. Marcin Bystry, d. Borowe-Gyrki bef. 1729, m. Ewa Grabowska (dau. of Piotr Grabowski)[2/116:213] Chil.[1]: A. Dominik Bystry, m. c. 1740 Zofia Kowalska B. Paweł Bystry, d. bef. 1751[2/126:55], m. Dorota Zembrzuska (dau. of Piotr Zembrzuski) C. Petronella Bystra D. Helena Bystra E. Marianna Bystra 3. Mateusz Bystry, d. abt. 1727, m. Ewa Klosinska[2/116:213]


FELICYAN BYSTRY, d. prob. Borowe-Gryki about 1748, m. JADWIGA BOROWA (dau. of Wacław Borowe & Jadwiga)[1].

REF: [1] Research by Adam A. Pszczółkowski
     [2] Ciechanowski Grodzki Perpetuitas (Ciechanow Court Records)

Children: 1. Wojciech Bystry, b. Borowe-Gryki, m. Marianna Bobr 2. Marianna Bystra, m(1) Paweł Chmielinski, d. bef. 1780, m(2) Franciszek Roman 3. Dorota Bystra, m. Antoni Łojewski 4. Zofia Bystra, m. ____ Stankiewicz 5. Ewa Bystra, m. Jozef Morawski


WOJCIECH BYSTRY, b. Borowe-Gryki, m. MARIANNA BOBR (dau. of Wojciech Bobr & Konstancia Rykowska)[1].

53. Franciszka Bystra
b. abt. 1751
Borowe Gryki

d. 1810
Bagienice
Chorzele, Poland

106. Wojciech Bystry
b. ?
d. ?
212. Felicyan Bystry
d. c. 1748
424. Wojciech Bystry, d. bef. 1735
425. Ewa Borkowska, d. bef. 1735
213. Jadwiga Borowa
426. Wacław Borowy
427. Jadwiga ____
107. Marianna Bobr
b. ?
d. ?
214. Wojciech Bobr 428.
429.
215. Konstancya Rykowska 430. Waleryan Rykowski, d. c. 1770
431. Marianna Obręska

REF: [1] Research by Adam A. Pszczółkowski
     [2] Ciechanowski Grodzki Perpetuitas (Ciechanow Court Records)

Children: 1. Franciszka Bystra, b. Borowe-Gryki abt. 1752, d. Bagienice-Wielkie 1810, m. Krzynowłoga-Mała 1779 Franciszek Chrzanowski (son of Franciszek Chrzanowski and Rozalia Węgierska), b. Bagienice-Wielkie 1750, d. Bagienice-Wielkie 1813


THE CHODKOWSKI FAMILY

PAWEŁ CHODKOWSKI, d. before 1601[1/177].

Paweł Chodkowski was the son of Wit Chodkowski, who died before 1573, and the grandson of Stanisław Chodkowski, who was born before 1526 and died before 1552. In 1591 Paweł lent money (4 kopy groszy) to Melchior Chodkowski, son of Marcin of Chodkowo-Załogi. Paweł 's son Franciszek also lent money to Melchior at the same time[1/177]

REF: [1] Gniazdo i Krze Rodowody Chodkowskich, Adam A. Pszczółkowski, 2005

Children: 1. Dorota, m. bef. 1604 Mikolaj Ponikiewski
2. Paweł, m. Dorota Rogowska (dau. of Stanisław Rogowski) Chil.: A) Adam B) Wojciech 3. Franciszek, d. abt. 1618, m. Zofia Brzozowska
4. Maciej
5. Sebastian, d. aft. 1614


FRANCISZEK CHODKOWSKI, d. about 1618, m. ZOFIA BRZOZOWSKA (dau. of Marcin Brzozowski)[1/177].

Franciszek Chodkowski in 1591 lent money (1.5 kopy groszy) to Melchior Chodkowski, son of Marcin of Chodkowo-Załogi. Franciszek was involved in numerous other court cases up until 1618[1/177-8]

REF: [1] Gniazdo i Krze Rodowody Chodkowskich, Adam A. Pszczółkowski, 2005

Children: 1. Sebastian, m. Dorota Rogowska (dau. of Stanisław Rogowski) Chil.: A) Adam B) Wojciech 2. Wojciech, d. bef. 1670, m. bef. 1601 Zofia Zmijewska


WOJCIECH CHODKOWSKI, d. before 1670, m. bef. 1601 ZOFIA ZMIJEWSKA (dau. of Mateusz Zmijewski and grandau. of Maciej Zmijewski of Zmijewo-Kuce)[1/177-8].

Wojciech Chodkowski was also know as Kaczkowicz. In 1628 he went to court to state that his mother Zofia Brzozowska could stay in the family house and land for the remainder of her life. She gave him 400 złoty in return[1/177-8].

REF: [1] Gniazdo i Krze Rodowody Chodkowskich, Adam A. Pszczółkowski, 2005

Children: 1. Andrziej, d. abt. 1652, m. Marianna Zebrowska (dau. of Marcin Zebrowski) 2. Jakub 3. Wojciech 4. Ignacy, d. bef. 1700 5. Marcin


IGNACY CHODKOWSKI, d. before 1700, m. Konstancya Dembinska[2/104:492].

Ignacy was a party in Rozan and Ciechanow court records from 1670 to 1698[1/178]. Since he was not referred to as a minor, this places his birth prior to 1650. Konstancya Dembinska is referred to in the 1701 record [2/104:492] as the widow of Ignacy Chodkowski. We can assume it likely that she was the mother of his children, there is no guarantee. It's possible she may have been a second wife.

REF: [1] Gniazdo i Krze Rodowody Chodkowskich, Adam A. Pszczółkowski, 2005
     [2] Ciechanowski Grodzki Perpetuitas (Ciechanow Court Records)

Children: 1. Wojciech, d. 1747, m. Marianna Zagrzewska 2. Franciszek, d. bet. 1740-1753, m. Anna Pajewska (dau. of Stefan of Kobylino-Komory & Teresa Mierzejewska), b. bef. 1772 Chil.: A) Roch B) Ludwik C) Franciszek D) Michał 3. Marianna, m. 1698 Fabian Chodkowski (son of Paweł and Marianna) 4. Katarzyna, m. Piotr Kobylinski (son of Jakub Kobylinski) 5. Elzbieta, m. Jozef Niesiobecki (son of Szymon Niesiobecki)


WOJCIECH CHODKOWSKI, d. 1747, m(1) MARIANNA ZAGRZEWSKA, m(2) Katarzyna Suchcicka (dau. of Tomasz Suchcicki of Suchcice, Nur district).

Wojciech died in 1747 and his will is in the court records. A record from the early 1770's mentions an Adam Chodkowski in Chodkowo Załogi the son of Wojciech Chodkowski. This Adam had brothers Jan and Franciszek[2/140:107]. Wojiech is detailed on pages 178-180 in[1].

REF: [1] Gniazdo i Krze Rodowody Chodkowskich, Adam A. Pszczółkowski, 2005
     [2] Ciechanowski Grodzki Perpetuitas (Ciechanow Court Records)

Children: 1. Adam, m. Eleonora Rudzinska 2. Jan 3. Franciszek


ADAM CHODKOWSKI, m. ELEONORA RUDZINSKA.

9. Agnieszka Chodkowska
b. abt. 1780
Chodkowo-Załogi

d. 1850
Ulatowo-Pogozel
Chorzele, Poland

18. Adam Chodkowski
b. ?
d. ?
36 Wojciech Chodkowski
d. 1747
72. Ignacy Chodkowski, d. bef. 1700
73.
37. Marianna Zagrzewska
74.
75.
19. Eleonora Rudzinska
b. ?
d. ?
38. 76.
77.
39. 78.
78.

Church records for the parish this family lived in no longer exist prior to 1826 so most of what is known about the family prior to that time is all from court records. What is known is that Agnieszka Chodkowska, wife of Jakub Roman, was born in Chodkowo-Załogi, the daughter of Adam and Eleonora (Rudzinska) Chodkowski[1/25:D49]. Chodkowo was the ancestral seat of the Chodkowski family. Chodkowo is in the parish of Płoniawy, which is also the parish that Rogowo is in. Rogowo is the village that Saturnin Roman lived in prior to his emmigration.

The Chodkowski family appears to have been one of the leading families in the parish. This should not be surprising given their descent from the noblemen who originally owned the area. The elder Chodkowskis were listed as parents of deceased children. Normally parents' names are not provided in the records of deceased adults. It seems that it was only done when the people were well known or of a high social status.

Melchior Chodkowski appears frequently in the records as a witness with Leon Chodkowski, son of Adam. It would seem that there was a close family relationship between Leon, a known ancestor and son of Adam and Eleonora Rudzinska, and Melchior, whose father was also named Adam but whose mother was Julianna Bienkowska (from Melchior's death record). There is also a court record[7/24:144] from 1780 that mentioned Julianna nee Bienkowska, widow of Adam Chodkowski (son of deceased Walenty), and her children born to Chodkowski: Mikołay, Jacek, Tomasz, Melchior, Jozef, Jozefata, Maryanna, and Teresa. Given that this Adam was deceased by 1780 and our Adam appears to have continued to father children into the 1780's along with the fact that his children did not appear in the list of Julianna's children. it would seem to make Adam & Eleonora contemporaries of Adam and Julianna. Additional clues may be used from Melchior's marriage record from 1843 when he was 76. Here it was stated that Melchior was born in Mossaki-Rukle and that his father had been a part owner of the same village[5/M21].

REF: [1] Parish Register of Krzynowłoga Wielka, Poland (LDS microfilm
         0723210 (1849-1854)
     [2] Parish Register of Płoniawy, Poland (LDS microfilm
         1895322 (Births 1826-1838)
     [3] Parish Register of Płoniawy, Poland (LDS microfilm
         1895323 (Births 1838-1866)
     [4] Parish Register of Płoniawy, Poland (LDS microfilm
         1895324 (Births 1866-1886)
     [5] Parish Register of Płoniawy, Poland (LDS microfilm
         1895325 (Births 1886-1889, Marriages 1826-1879)
     [6] Parish Register of Płoniawy, Poland (LDS microfilm
         1895326 (Marriages 1879-1890, Deaths 1826-1875)
     [7] Przasnyskie Ziemskie Wieczyste (Przasnysz Court Records)
     [8] Ciechanowski Grodzki Perpetuitas (Ciechanow Court Records)

Children: 1. Leon, b. abt. 1771, m. Jozefa (or Teresa?) Ossowska, b. abt. 1779, d. Chodkowo-Kuchny 1847 Chil.: A) Antoni, b. abt. 1808, d. 1846, m(1) Pelagia Franciszka Kossakowska, m(2) Balbina Bagieńska (dau. of Bartłomiej Bagieński and Tekla Bóbr), d. 1837, m(3) Scholastyka Pilikowska Chil.: 1) Marcel, d. 1838 2) Xawera, b. abt. 1842, d. 1843 B) Karolina, b. abt. 1818, m. 1839 Jozef Stepnowski C) Stanisław, b. abt. 1820, m. 1840 Zuzanna Gadomska Chil.: 1) Maryanna, b. abt. 1841, d. 1842 2) Xawera, b. abt. 1844, d. 1846 3) Franciszka, d. 1846 4) Adam, b. abt. 1847, d. 1848 5) Paweł, b. abt. 1849, d. 1850 6) Antoni, b. Chodkowo-Kuchny 1863, m. Maryanna Rykowska (dau. of Franciszek Rykowski and Faustyna Zembrzuska), b. Dzierzęga 1863, d. Krzynowłoga Wielka 1894 2. Jakub, b. abt. 1777, m? Marcyanna Bukowska Chil.: A) Maryanna, b. abt. 1818, d. 1826 3. Agnieszka, b. Chodkowo-Załogi abt. 1780, d. Pogorzel, Chorzele 1850, m. Jakub Roman, b. abt. 1785, d. Pogorzel 17 Apr 1831 Chil.: (see Roman Family) 4. Mateusz, b. abt. 1788, m. Aniela Gutkowska (they were godparents of Antoni Roman's son Mateusz Michał Roman)


THE CHRZANOWSKI FAMILY

FRANCISZEK CHRZANOWSKI, d. Bagienice, Chorzele parish 1791, m(1) ROZALIA WĘGIERSKA (dau. of Kazimierz Węgierski and Maryanna Bagieńska), d. abt. 1761, m(2) Chorzele 1764 Maryanna Roman, m(3) abt. 1772 Maryanna Kownacka (dau. of Michał).

52. Franciszek Chrzanowski
b. abt. 1750
Bagienice?
Chorzele

d. 19 Feb 1813
Bagienice
Chorzele

104. Franciszek Chrzanowski
b. ?
d. 1791 Bagienice
208. Kazimierz Chrzanowski
416. Jan Chrzanowski
417.
209. Anna Niska
bap. 3 Sep 1684 Oględa
418. Paweł Niski
419. Małgorzata Żmijewska
105. Rozalia Węgierska
b. ?
d. abt. 1761
210. Kazimierz Węgierski

420. Marcin Węgierski
421. Anna Wyłazłowska
211. Maryanna Bagieńska
422. Tomasz Bagieński
423? Katarzyna Siedkecka

The Chrzanowski family was from Bagienice, Chorzele parish. However they probably originated in Chrzanowo near Makow Mazowiecki which is south of Przasnysz[1].

Part of this family line has been discovered by Adam Pszczółkowski with the use of old court records. From Przasnyskie Ziemskie Wieczyste I/17 book number 46 pages 134-141: Tomasz Gocłowski, son of Mateusz, was a politician holding numerous offices, including a seat in the Polish parliament in the 1660's and early 1670's. He died childless in 1676 and his lands became the property of his sister Jadwiga, wife of Adam Przeczkowski. Jadwiga was the great-great-grandmother of Rozalia Węgierska[1].

Adam and Jadwiga left two daughters: Teodora, the wife of Alexander Kreczkowski, who were childless, and Dorota, who married first Mikołaj Bagieński and second Zygmunt Roman, the owner of Romany-Janki. Dorota's children were: Tomasz Bagieński (our ancestor), Zofia Bagieńska, Maryanna Bagieńska, and Paweł Roman. In 1699 Tomasz Bagieński became owner of his mother's lands after paying the rights of his kin, i.e. his mother, his sister Zofia, wife of Tomasz Niski, half-brother Paweł Roman, and brother-in-law Marcin Bóbr, son of Paweł and widower of Maryanna Bagieńska, nephew Kazimierz Bóbr, and niece Rozalia Bóbr[1]. Mikołaj Bagieński was deceased by 1683[18/95:351].

In 1769 Maryanna Bagieńska, daughter of Tomasz Bagieński above sold most parts of this land to Michał Ołędzki for a huge sum. Maryanna was a widow of, first, Kazimierz Węgierski and, second, Kazimierz Gadomski. In 1788 Mikołaj and Wojciech Czaplicki, sons of Adam Czaplicki and Ewa Węgierska (both deceased) and Franciszek Chrzanowski, son of Franciszek Chrzanowski and deceased Rozalia Węgierska, all grandsons of Kazimierz Węgierski and Maryanna Bagieńska sold the rest of these lands to the above named Michał Ołędzki. The fact that Franciszek's full blood siblings were not mentioned in this document means that all five of them must have died previously[1]. Additionally, Franciszek Chrzanowski was the son of Kazimierz Chrzanowski and Anna Niska. Kazimierz and Anna were married in Przasnysz 14 Feb 1706. Kazimierz was from the parish of Sielc, son of Jan and Elzbieta. Anna lived in the village of Oględa and was the daughter of Paweł (part owner of Oględa) and Małgorzata. Witnesses to the marriage were Kazimierz Roman, Stefan Dembinski, Walenty Roman[1]. A court record from 1709 lists a Jan Chrzanowski, father of Kazimierz, as from Bagienice Tryłogi in the Krasnosielc parish[18/88:86].

On 31 March 1783 Justyna Czaplicka, daughter of deceased Adam and Ewa nee Węgierska, wife of Piotr Olkowski, confirmed that she received 60 zlp. and 10 groszy from Franciszek Chrzanowski, son of Franciszek, according to a sentence delivered by court during a meeting in Bagienice 9 June 1779[17/24:382]. In another court record dated 19 Jun 1788 Franciszek acknowledged the receipt of dowry of his wife Maryanna Kownacka, daughter of deceased Michał Kownacki. Franciszek signed this document[17/32:149]. Franciszek also signed a deed swapping properties in Bagienice Garstki with Michał Ołędzki on 8 Jul 1788[17/34:1-3].

Kazimierz Węgierski was deceased by 1739[18/122:483]. He was the son of Marcin, who was deceased by 1684[18/96:290] and Anna Wyłazłowska. Marcin also had a son Adam. Marcin was the son of Stanisław, and Anna Wyłazłowska was the daughter of Wojciech.[18/92.5:62]

REF: [1] Examination of records by Adam Pszczółkowski
     [2] The Geographical Dictionary of the Kingdom of Poland, 1880-1890
     [3] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
         0702551 (1811-1818)
     [4] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
         0702552 (1818-1823)
     [5] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
         0723210 (1849-1854)
     [6] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
         0723211 (1855-1860)
     [7] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
         0723212 (1861-1865)
     [8] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
         0702254 (1808-1812)
     [9] Parish Register of Krzynowłoga Mała, Poland as extracted
         by Adam Pszczółkowski
     [10] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
          0723207 (1828-1834)
     [11] Roman Catholic Parish Records Krzynowłoga Wielka, Poland,
          LDS microfilm 0702667 (1808-1813)
     [12] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
          1808707 (Births 1866-1871)
     [13] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
          1808709 (Marriages 1866-1890)
     [14] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
          0723209 (1842-1848)
     [15] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
          1194871 (1694-1808)
     [16] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
          1194872 (1694-1808)
     [17] Przasnyskie Ziemskie Wieczyste (Przasnysz Court Records)
     [18] Ciechanowski Grodzki Perpetuitas (Ciechanow Court Records)

Children (by Rozalia): 1. Franciszek Aloizy, b. Bagienice 1750, d. Bagienice 19 Feb 1813, m(1) Krzynowłoga Mała 1779[9] Franciszka Bystry, b. abt. 1752, d. Bagienice 23 Feb 1810, m(2) Chorzele 1812 Maryanna (Czaplicka) Zaleska, b. abt. 1764 Chil.: see below 2. Maryanna, b. 1751 3. Maciej, b. 1754 4. Ignacy, b. 1756 5. Rozalia, b. 1758 6. Tomasz, b. 1761 Children (by Maryanna Roman): 7. Błazej, b. Bagienice 1768, part inheritor of Brzeski Kolaki, d. Brzeski 1837[11/12:D69], m(1) ____ ____, m(2) Krzynowłoga Wielka 1811[11/6:M9] Zofia Roman (dau. of Norbert Roman and Joanna Roman of Romany-Janki), d. Brzeski 1854[5/29:D21] Chil.: A. Stanisław b. abt. 1814, d. Brzeski 1821[4/36:11] B. Rozalia, b. abt. 1816, d. Brzeski 1832[10/7:D19] C. Bartłomiej, b. Brzeski 1818[4/28:68], d. Brzeski 1845[4/20:D60], m. Krzynowłoga-Wielka 1839[?/14:m45] Rozalia Wiktorya Czaplicka (dau. of Szymon Czaplicki and Julianna Wawrowska of Czaplice- Jaworowo), b. abt. 1823. She m(2) Chorzele 1846[14/21:M47] Leon Wasilowski (son of Katarzyna Wasilowska) Chil.: 1) Jan Ferdynand, b. Brzeski 1843[14/18:B119] D. Maryanna, b. Brzeski 1819[4/28:204], d. Brzeski 1835[11/10:D89] E. Stanisław, b. Brzeski 1822[4/37:6], m. Chorzele 1845[14/20:M1] Maryanna Zembrzuska (dau. of Kazimierz Zembrzuski and Tekla Szemplinska), b. abt. 1827 Chil.: 1) Teofila Maryanna, b. Brzeski 1847[14/22:B19] 2) Tekla, b. Brzeski 1851[5/26:B206] 3) Ludwik, b. Brzeski 1853[5/28:B147] 4) Walerya, b. Brzeski 1858[6/33:B89], d. Brzeski 1859[6/34:D38] F. Andrzej, b. abt. 1825, d. Brzeski 1862[7/37:D139], m(1) Julianna Litzbrandt (dau. of Franciszek Litzbrandt and Franciszka), b. abt. 1836, d. Brzeski 1860[6/35:D72], m(2) Chorzele 1860[6/35:M38] Antonina Czaplicka (dau. of Stanisław Czaplicki and Julianna Gadomska), b. abt. 1835 Chil. (from first marriage): 1) Emilia, b. Brzeski 1860[6/35:B50], d. Brzeski 1861[7/36:D117] G. Maciej, b. 1829[10/4:B27], d. Brzeski Jul 1855[6/30:D92], m(1) Jozefa Lesnikowska (dau. of Wojciech Lesnikowski and Maryanna), b. abt. 1822, d. Brzeski 1855[6/30:D55], m(2) Chorzele 1855[6/30:M41] Wiktorya Jablonska (dau. of Wojciech Jablonski and Agnieszka Zaleska), b. abt. 1833. She m(2) Jozef Cichowski, who was the widower of Bogumiła Chrzanowska (see below) Chil.: 1) Franciszka, b. Brzeski 1850[5/25:B159], d. Brzeski 1853[5/28:D180] 2) Franciszek, b. Brzeski 1854[5/29:B134] 8. Barbara, b. 1771 Children (by Maryanna Kownacka): 9. Zofia, b. 1773, m. Chorzele 12 May 1811[3/13:1] Jan Osieski, b. abt. 1763, part inheritor of Brzeski Kolaki 10. Mikołaj, b. Bagienice 1775[15/9:13], m(1) Krzynowłoga-Mała 1806 Agnieszka Pszczółkowska (dau. of Franciszek Pszczółkowski and Franciszka Ostrowska), b. Kaki 1782, d. Bagienice 1813[3/17:D256], m(2) bef. 1816 Franciszka Płoska (dau. of Jan Płoski and Katarzyna), b. Opilki-Płoskie abt. 1780, d. Bagienice 1854[5/29:D40] Chil. (by Agnieszka): A. Stanisław, b. Bagienice 1809, d. Kaki, Krzynowłoga-Mała 1813 B. Maryanna, b. Bagienice 1810[8/7:B113], m. Krzynowłoga-Mała 1834 Pius Cichowski (son of Wawrzyniec Cichowski and Małgorzata Długokecka), b. Ozumiech 1809 Chil. (by Franciszka): C. Apolonia, b. Bagienice 1816[3/23:210], m. Chorzele 1866[12/M27] Stanisław Grabowski (son of Jan Grabowski and Maryanna Żbikowska), b. abt. 1813 Chil. (probably): 1. Franciszek, b. Bagienice 1838[11/13:B121], d. Bagienice 1838[11/13:D143] 2. Teofila Chrzanowska, b. Bagienice 1842[14/17:B221] 3. Jozef Chrzanowski, b. Bagienice 1849[5/24:B227] 4. Igncay Chrzanowski, b. Bagienice 1860[6/35:B39], d. Bagienice 1860[6/35:D113] D. Katarzyna Elzbieta, b. Bagienice 1820[4/31:137], d. Bagienice 1823[4/42:97] E. Franciszek, b. Bagienice 1824[4/43:B29], d. Bagienice Apr 1824[4/43:D46] F? Stanisław, b. Bagienice 1828[10/3:B85], m. Zuzanna Jankowska Chil.: 1. Jan, b. Bagienice 1863 2. Jozef, b. Bagienice 1865 3. Maryanna, b. Bagienice 1867[12/B292] 11. Wojciech, b. Bagienice 1778[15/9:26(#29)], d. Bagienice 1796 12. Katarzyna, b. Bagienice 1780[15/9:39(#100)], d. Ostrowe-Kokacze 1853, m. Chorzele 1802 Wojciech Czaplicki (son of Walenty Czaplicki and Rozalia Słabogorska), b. Ostrowe-Kokacze abt. 1777, d. Ostrowe-Kokacze 1860 13. Małgorzata, b. abt. 1785, m. Krzynowłoga Mała 1823[1] Walenty Kakowski (son of Antoni Kakowski and Maryanna), b. abt. 1764, d. Krajewo-Wiercicochy, Krzynowłoga-Mała 1824 part inheritor of Krajewo-Wierciochy


FRANCISZEK CHRZANOWSKI, b. abt. 1750, d. 19 Feb 1813[1/17:D161], m(1) Krzynowłoga Mała 1779[3] FRANCISZKA BYSTRY (dau. of Wojciech Bystry and Maryanna Bóbr), b. abt. 1751, d. 23 Feb 1810[1/11:D89], m(2) 11 Jan 1812[1/M30] Maryanna Czaplicka

26. Stanislaw Chrzanowski
b. 1780
Bagienice
Chorzele

d. 18 May 1830
Borowe Gryki
Krzynowłoga Mała

52. Franciszek Chrzanowski
b. abt. 1750
d. 19 Feb 1813
104. Franciszek Chrzanowski
d. 1791 Bagienice
208. Kazimierz Chrzanowski
209. Anna Niska, 1684-?
105. Rozalia Węgierska
d. abt. 1761
210. Kazimierz Węgierski
211. Maryanna Bagieńska
53. Franciszka Bystry
b. abt. 1751
d. 23 Feb 1810
106. Wojciech Bystry

212. Felicyan Bystry
213. Jadwiga Borowa
107. Maryanna Bóbr
214. Wojciech Bóbr
215. Konstancya Rykowska

Franciszek Chrzanowski was a part owner of Bagienice and lived in house #5. Michał Chrzanowski was also in Bagienice, at least in 1814, and was born about 1763, making him the right age to be a brother of Franciszek. There was Bartłomiej Chrzanowski in the parish of Chorzele in the village of Pogorzel. He had a wife Eleonora who died in Pogorzel in 1837, age 60[4/12:D74]. When he remarried the following year, he was listed as age 60, the son of Maciej and Maryanna Chrzanowski and was born in (near as I can tell) Chrzanuck[4/13:M7][9].

Franciszka Bystry was from the small village of Borowe-Gryki in the parish of Krzynowłoga-Mała. According to Przasnyskie Ziemskie Wieczyste, book 44, page 470 and "Polish Biographical Dictionary", Borowe-Gryki belonged to the Bystry family in the early 17th century. The lawyer Jozef Bystry was probably born there. He left his village and moved to Piotrkow Trybunalski (Great Poland) where he worked as a lawyer. As he was "smart and selfish" [Polish Biogr. Dict.] he very quickly made an incredible career. Thanks to the protection of Princes Czartoryski, he became the regent of the Lithuanian Treasury in 1747. In 1754 he married Ludwika Zborowska, the widow of Prince Ignacy Szujski, who was a close kin of Wasyl IV Szujski who was the czar of Moscow 1606-1609. Ludwika was a "very beautiful and rich woman". She died in 1759 and he remariied, through the connections of Jan Flemming, a very famous Dutch-Polish gentleman and politician, Maria Ober, widow of Mr. Tyber. Maria was a "very influential lady of German origin". Beginning in 1759 Jozef gained many titles and was elected to Parliament many times and was a member of the Polish government. He died in 1783, and Count Uruski in his book writes: "efficient lawyer, good manager, collected handsome wealth". From his first marriage, Jozef left a son Romuald Bystry, born about 1756 and died after 1824, and a daughter Anna who married Stanisław Mogilnicki. Romuald was a member of parliament in 1782 and was a friend of Julian Ursyn Niemcewicz, the famous Polish poet, writer, and politician[9].

According to Przasnysz court books, in 1768 Jozef Bystry and his kin (probably siblings) divided Borowe-Gryki into four parts: one part for Jozef, one part for Maciej Bystry, one part for Maryanna Bystry the widow of Lukasz Borowy, and one part for Stanisław Bystry. It is not known what connection to this family Franciszka Bystry had, but it seems certain that she was related somehow. After Franciszek Chrzanowski and Franciszka Bystry were married, they apparently remained in Borowe-Grykie for at least a few years. Their son Stanisław would later own part of the village after his marriage to Eleonora Rudzinska. Franciszka was the daughter of Wojciech Bystry[10/37:204] and Maryanna nee Bóbr and the grandaughter of Felicyan Bystry[9]. Wojciech Bystry is mentioned as the grandfather of Walenty Chrzanowski[10/41:389]. Wojciech Bystry also made a complaint against his son-in-law Franciszek Chrzanowski. The only confusing part is that Franciszek's wife is called Helena in the record[10/41:390]. But it is, no doubt, a mistake of the recorder as she is recorded as Franciszka nee Bystry in at least one other document.

REF: [1] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
         0702551 (1811-1818)
     [2] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
         0702552 (1818-1823)
     [3] Parish Register of Krzynowłoga Mała, Poland as extracted
         by Adam Pszczółkowski
     [4] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
         0723207 (1828-1834)
     [5] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
         1194872 (Summary of births, marriages, deaths 1695-1808)
     [6] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
         0723209 (1842-1848)
     [7] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
         1194871 (1694-1808)
     [8] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
         1194872 (1694-1808)
     [9] Examination of records by Adam Pszczółkowski
     [10] Przasnyskie Ziemskie Wieczyste (Przasnysz Court Records) I/17,
     [11] Information via emails with various people

Children: 1. Stanisław, b. Krzynowłoga-Mała 1780[3], d. Borowe-Gryki 18 May 1830, m(1) Krzynowłoga-Mała 1801 Eleonora Rudzinska, b. abt. 1777, d. Borowe Gryki, Krzynowłoga-Mała 1812, m(2) Krzynowłoga Mała 1812 Maryanna Morawska (dau. of Antoni Morawski and Franciszka Chmielinska and widow of Kwiatkowski), b. Krajeow- Wielka abt. 1778, d. Borowe-Gryki 1822, m(3) abt. 1823 Maryanna Zakrzewska Chil.: see below 2. Małgorzata, b. Bagienice 1782[7/9:52], d. Bagienice 1820[2/33:20], m. Chorzele 16 Feb 1803[8/6:16] Wawrzyniec Ulatowski (son of Jozef Ulatowski and Franciszka Czaplicka), b. abt. 1770 Chil. (surname Ulatowski): A. Kunegunda, b. abt. 1808, d. Bagienice 1812[1/17:16] B. Maryanna, b. Bagienice 30 Apr 1810[B59] C. Jan Augustyn, b. Bagienice 1819[2/31:73] 3. Walenty, b. abt. 1785, d. Bagienice 1846[6/21:D27], m(1) Helena ____, m(2) Bagienice 1822[2/35:41], Antonina Dzierzęcka (dau. of Adam Dzierzęcki and Katarzyna Pieglowska) (widow of Roman), b. Dzierzęga abt. 1783 Child (by Helena): A. Stanisław, b. Bagienice 1817[1/26:8] Chil. (by Antonina): B. Zuzanna Tekla, b. Bagienice 1822[2/37:75], d. Bagienice 1823[2/42:157] 4. Tomasz, b. Bagience 1786 5. Katarzyna, b. abt. 1786, d. Ostrowe Kokacze 1853, m. 1802 Wojciech Czaplicki (son of Walenty Czaplicki and Rozalia Słabogorska), b. abt. 1777, d. Ostrowe Kokacze 1860 Chil. (surname Czaplicki): A. Antoni B. Rozalia Czaplicka[11], b. Ostrowe-Kokacze 7 Jul 1812, m. Franciszek Czaplicki, b. Ostrowe-Kokacze 1804 Chil. (at least one): 1) Stanisław Czaplicki, b. Ostrowe-Kokacze 31 Jul 1842, d. O-K 9 Feb 1909, m. Antonina Małgorzata Smolinska, b. Ulatowo-Borzuchy 1851 Chil. (at least one): a) Bronisław Czaplicki, b. Ostrowe-Kokacze 2 Nov 1882, d. Portland, CT 10 Dec 1936 C. Maryanna D. Tekla E. Angela F. Wiktor Konstanty 6. Ignacy, b. Bagienice abt. 1789, m. Krzynowłoga Mała 1813 Franciszka Gadomska (dau. of Walenty Gadomski and Bogumiła Kakowska), b. Romany Fuszki abt. 1795 7. Jakub, b. 1789[5] 8. Franciszek, b. 1794


STANISŁAW CHRZANOWSKI, b. Bagienice 1780[7], d. Borowe Gryki 18 May 1830, m(l) Krzynowłoga Mała 1801[7] ELEONORA RUDZINSKA, b. abt. 1778, d. Borowe Gryki Jul 1812[1/D40], m(2) Krajewo Wielka 12 Aug 1812[1/M3] Maryanna Morawska (dau. of Antoni Morawski and Franciszka Chmielenska), b. abt. 1778, m(3)? Maryanna Zakrzewska (listed as mother of child #11), b. abt. 1797.

Stanisław Chrzanowski came from the Chorzele parish and became a part owner of Borowe-Gryki in the Krzynowłoga Mała parish. Borowe-Gryki is a very small village. In 1880[2] it had only 4 houses and 27 inhabitants and covered just 36 hectares (144 acres). In 1781 Borowe (including Borowe-Chrzany, I expect) had but 5 houses[3]. On a 1930 topographical map Borowe-Gryki still had only four houses.

REF: [1] Parish Register of Krzynowłoga Mała, Poland (LDS microfilm
         0723340)
     [2] The Geographical Dictionary of the Kingdom of Poland, 1880-1890
     [3] The Materials of the History of Płock Territory, Przasnysz
         District, 1995
     [4] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
         0723210 (1849-1854)
     [5] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
         0723211 (1855-1860)
     [6] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
         0723212 (1861-1865)
     [7] Parish Register of Krzynowłoga Mała, Poland as extracted
         by Adam Pszczółkowski
     [8] Roman Catholic Parish Records Krzynowłoga Mała, Poland, LDS microfilm
         0723343
     [9] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
         0723209 (1842-1848)

Children (by Eleonora):
1. Bonifacy, b. Borowe-Gryki 1803[7], d. Borowe-Gryki 1805[7]
2. Agnieszka, b. 1805[7], d. Borowe Gryki Feb. 10, 1844,
   m. Borowe Gryki July 23, 1823 Marcin Żmijewski (son of Mateusz Żmijewski
   and Katarzyna Rapacka), b. Grudusk Oct. 10, 1791, d. Borowe Gryki 1865
3. Jozefata, b. 1807[7], d. Borowe-Gryki 1808
4. Alojzy, b. 1809, m. Chorzele 1838[8/13:M20] Maryanna Cichowska (dau.
   of Wojciech Cichowski and Maryanna Czaplicka)
   Chil.:
   A. Balbina, b. abt. 1841, d. 1843[9/18:D72]
   B. Rozalia, b. Bagienice 1843[9/18:B162]
   C. Konstancya, b. Bagienice 1845[9/20:B198], m. Bageinice 1862[6/37:M10]
      Walenty Chmielewski (son of Teodor Chmielewski and Paulina
      Pszczółkowska from Goski-Wasosze), b. abt. 1845
   D. Wincenty Teofil, b. Bagienice 1849[4/24:B7], d. Bagienice
      1853[4/28:D144]
   E. Tekla, b. Bagienice 1851[4/25:B205]
5. Balbina, b. 1812, d. Borowe Gryki 1812-13

Children (by Maryanna Morawska):
6. Maryanna, b. Gryki 1813-14
7. Antoni, b. Gryki 1815-1816, d. Gryki 1815-16
8. Bogumiła, b. Borowe Gryki 18117, d. Bagienice 1852[4/27:D64], m.
   Chorzele 1842[9/17:M25] Jakub Cichowski (son of Wojciech Cichowski
   and Maryanna Czaplicka), b. abt. 1817
   Chil. (incomplete list, surname Cichowski):
   A. Ludwika, b. Bagienice 1850[4/25:B224], d. Bagienice 1853[4/28:D82]
9. Stanisław, b. Borowe Gryki 18l8
10. Dominik Kajetan, b. 1821

Chil. (by Maryanna Zakrzewska):
11. Eleonora, b. and d. Borowe-Gryki 1824
12. Magdalena, b. Gryki 1827[8/B84]


CZAPLICKI FAMILY (of Romany-Karcze)

ANDRZEJ CZAPLICKI, d. abt. 1749[3/124:205], m. BARBARA CZAPLICKA (dau. of Zygmunt Czaplicki and Zofia Olszewska)[1/24:50].

Andrzej was listed on 16 Aug 1785 as the father of Mikołaj Czaplicki[1/29:56]. In various records from the early half of the 18th Century Andrzej is described as the son of Franciszek, and wife Barbara as the daughter of Zygmunt[3/114:557].

REF: [1] Przasnyskie Ziemskie Wieczyste (Przasnysz Court Records)
     [2] Roman Catholic Parish Records Krzynowłoga Wielka, Poland,
         LDS microfilm 0702667 (1808-1813)
     [3] Ciechanowski Grodzki Perpetuitas (Ciechanow Court Records)

Children: 1. Mikołaj, b. abt. 1726, d. Romany-Karcze 25 Aug 1811[2/6:D27], m. Maryanna Czaplicka, d. bef. 1811 2. Wojciech, d. bef. 19 May 1779[1/17:311], m. Marianna Rykowska (dau. of Bartłomiej Rykowski)[3/124:204 and 132:157] Children: A. Antoni B. Emeryk


MIKOŁAJ CZAPLICKI, b. abt. 1726, d. Romany-Karcze 25 Aug 1811[1/6:D27], m MARYANNA CZAPLICKA (dau. of Grzegorz Czaplicki and Anna Karwowska), d. bef. 1811.

31. Ewa Czaplicka
b. abt. 1765
Romany-Karcze
Krzynowłoga Wielka

d. 1832
?
Krzynowłoga Wielka

62. Mikołaj Czaplicki
b. abt. 1726
d. 25 Aug 1811 Romany-Karcze
124. Andrzej Czaplicki
248. Franciszek Czaplicki
249. Maryanna Smoleńska
125. Barbara Czaplicka
250. Zygmunt Czaplicki
251. Zofia Olszewska
63. Maryanna Czaplicka

126. Grzegorz Czaplicki

252. Antoni Czaplicki
253.
127. Anna Karwowska
254.
255.

Mikołaj Czaplicki was a resident of Romany-Karcze in the parish of Krzynowłoga-Wielka, having come to own part of that village through inheritance. Mikołaj was a widower at the time of his death so Maryanna must have died prior to 1811 and probably prior to 1808, the first year for which records have been found for their parish.

From a court record dated 16 Aug 1785 we have that Mikołaj was the son of Andrzej and the husband of Maryanna Czaplicka, daughter of Grzegorz and Anna nee Karwowska Czaplicki, both deceased[7/29:56]. In this record he confirmes that he received 144 Zlp. 10 gr. from his wife Maryanna. Another record of the same date adds evidence to the above statements[7/30:8]. Furthermore Mikołaj's mother was Barbara, maiden name Czaplicka, the daughter of Zygmunt[7/24:50]. Mikołaj's cousin Stanisław Czaplicki was the son of Jan and Anna, Anna being another daughter of Zygmunt Czaplicki. On 30 June 1779 Stanisław sold land he had inherited from his mother to his first cousin Mikołaj and to his second cousins, Antoni and Emeryk Czaplicki, sons of Wojciech and grandsons of Andrzej Czaplicki

REF: [1] Roman Catholic Parish Records Krzynowłoga Wielka, Poland,
         LDS microfilm 0702667 (1808-1813)
     [2] Roman Catholic Parish Records Krzynowłoga Wielka, Poland,
         LDS microfilm 0702668 (1813-1817)
     [3] Roman Catholic Parish Records Krzynowłoga Wielka, Poland,
         LDS microfilm 0702669 (1817-1823)
     [4] Roman Catholic Parish Records Krzynowłoga Wielka, Poland,
         LDS microfilm 0702670 (1823-1825)
     [5] Roman Catholic Parish Records Krzynowłoga Wielka, Poland,
         LDS microfilm 0702671 (1826-1833)
     [6] Roman Catholic Parish Records Krzynowłoga Wielka, Poland,
         LDS microfilm 0723335 (1833-1842)
     [7] Przasnyskie Ziemskie Wieczyste (Przasnysz Court Records)
     [8] Roman Catholic Parish Records Krzynowłoga Wielka, Poland,
         LDS microfilm 0723336 (1843-1849)

Children: 1. Ewa, b. Romany-Karcze, Krzynowłoga Wielka abt. 1765, d. 1832[5/7:D49], m. Walenty Smoleński, d. Czaplice-Kurki 26 Feb 1814[2/8:D93] 2. Paweł, b. abt. 1766, d. 1816[2/11:D38] Chil.: A. Franciszek, b. abt. 1785[3/13:M1] 3. Jan, b. abt. 1773, d. 1826[5/1:D12], m. 1818[3/13:M1] Urszula Bóbr (dau. of Jan Bóbr and Konstancya Garlinska of Lipowiec and widow of Paweł Roman of Romany-Janki) 4. Tomasz, b. abt. 1785 5. Maryanna, b. abt. 1785, d. Czaplice-Kurki 1845[8/20:D68] (unm.)


CZAPLICKI FAMILY (of Czaplice-Karcze and Czaplice-Kurki)

ZYGMUNT CZAPLICKI, m. ZOFIA OLSZEWSKA.

Zygmunt Czaplicki, who resided in Romany Karcze, was the son of Felicyan. Zygmunt was alive in 1684[2/96:399], and Felicyan was alive in 1645[2/82:34]. Zygmunt appears to have had wife Zofia Olszewska from a record in 1662[2/101:36] and then appears to have married in 1688 to Ewa Czaplicka, daughter of Adam Czaplicki of Czaplice Kurki[2/88:358]. Zygmunt had a brother named Jan[2/106:28].

REF: [1] Przasnyskie Ziemskie Wieczyste (Przasnysz Court Records)
     [2] Ciechanowski Grodzki Perpetuitas (Ciechanow Court Records)

Children (order uncertain): 1. Barbara Czaplicka, d. bef. 1779, m. Andrzej Czaplicki, d. bef. 8 Jul 1779[1/24:50] 2. Anna Czaplicka, d. bef. 1779, m. Jan Czaplicki (son of Mathai), d. bef. 8 Jul 1779[1/17:338] Chil: A. Stanisław Czaplicki[1/24:50] 3. Katarzyna Czaplicka, m. Jan Kobylinski[2/109:330] (son of Marcin Kobylinski) 4. Wojciech Czaplicki, m. Marianna Rykowska (dau. of Bartłomiej Rykowski and Katarzyna Rembielinska of Dzierzęga)[2/124:205] Chil: A. Antoni Czaplicki[1/24:50] B. Emeryk Czaplicki[1/24:50]


CZAPLICKI FAMILY (of Czaplice-B±ki)

GRZEGORZ CZAPLICKI, m(1) ANNA KARWOWSKA, d/o Marcin Karwowski, m(2) Magdalena Dołecka.

This line of the Czaplicki family was the most well to do of the many Czaplickis in the area at the time. They were inheritors of Czaplice-B±ki, Czaplice-Furmany, Czaplice-Pilaty, Czaplice-Koty, and Krzynowłoga Mała. From this line descend many note-worthy citizens of Poland. Also Lucjan Czaplicki (1874-1943) married in 1902 to Marya Szemplinska who was a maternal aunt of Tadeusz Mazowiecki, the Solidarity Prime Minister of Poland in 1989-1990[1].

Grzegorz had a brother Andrzej who had at least two sons, Ignacy and Jozef.

Grzegorz had at least two wives. From the court records we know that Anna Karwowska was the mother of our ancestor Maryanna[4/30:8]. The 1818 marriage of her son Jan to Urszula Bóbr, widow of Paweł Roman, was witnessed by Franciszek Czaplicki, age 32, son of Paweł and maternal first cousin of the groom Jan[2/13:M1]. Paweł's death record gives his parents as Grzegorz Czaplicki and Anna nee Karwowska[3/1:D4]. Anna was the daughter of Marcin, who was deceased by 1785. She had a sister Elzbieta Karwowska, who married Tomasz Chmielewski but died childless by 1785[4/30:8].

Grzegorz was the son of Antoni Czaplicki, who was deceased by 1754[6/129:110].

REF: [1] Research by Polish genealogist Adam Pszczółkowski
     [2] Roman Catholic Parish Records Krzynowłoga Wielka, Poland,
         LDS microfilm 0702669 (1817-1823)
     [3] Roman Catholic Parish Records Krzynowłoga Wielka, Poland,
         LDS microfilm 0702671 (1826-1833)
     [4] Przasnyskie Ziemskie Wieczyste (Przasnysz Court Records)
     [5] Roman Catholic Parish Records Krzynowłoga Wielka, Poland,
         LDS microfilm 0723335 (1833-1842)
     [6] Ciechanowski Grodzki Perpetuitas (Ciechanow Court Records)

Children (by Anna): 1. Maryanna, m. Mikołaj Czaplicki, b. abt. 1726, d. Romany-Karcze 1811 Chil.: (see Czaplicki Family of Romany-Karcze) 2. Paweł, b. Czaplice-B±ki abt. 1742, d. 11 Jan 1826[3/1:D4], m. Barbara Młodzianowska (dau. of Stanislaw Młodzianowski), b. abt. 1768, d. Krzynowłoga Mała 1848 Chil.: A. Franciszek, b. Czaplice-B±ki abt. 1788, d. Krzynowłoga Mała 1859, m(1) Krzynowłoga Mała 1826 Zofia Orłowska (dau. of Wacław Orłowski and Zofia), b. 1806, d. Krzynowłoga Mała 1863, m(2) Maryanna Charszewska Chil.: 1) Maryanna, b. Czaplice-Furmany 1827, m. Krzynowłoga Mała 1850 (marriage required Papal acceptance) Wiktor Głinojecki (son of Antoni Głinojecki and Tekla Czaplicka), b. Szyki, Gliojeck 1825 (Maryanna and Wiktor were first cousins) 2) Antonina, b. Obrab 1831, m. Krzynowłoga Mała 1857 Tadeusz Karol Lelewel (Lollhoffel von Loewensprung) (son of Prot Lelewel and Jozefa Slaska), b. Warsaw 1824. Tadeusz' father's brother was Joachim Lelewel, the famous historian. Prot was a Napolean officer, a member of the Polish Parliament, and chevalier of legie d'Honore and inheritor of Wola Cygowska near Warsaw. Tadeusz was the grandson of Karol Maurycy, lawyer, captain of the Polish Army, venator and dapifer of Livian land. In 1768 he was accepted as a Polish citizen and nobleman. His wife was Ewa Szelutt (from Lithuanian nobility). Tadeusz was the great grandson of Henryk, the personal physician of King August III Wettin. Henryk's wife was Katarzyna Jauch, the daughter of Joachim Jauch, general- major of the Polish-Saxon Army and Ewa Munnich, who was the daughter of Burchard Munnich, a Russian Field Marshal 3) Konstanty, b. 1837, d. 1857 (5th class of Płock College) B. Katarzyna, b. Czaplice-B±ki 1790, m. Krzynowłoga Wielka 1811 Walenty Grochowski (son of Bernard Grochowski and Antonina) C. Felix, b. abt. 1790, m. Teresa Olszewska (he was subjudex of Przasnysz) Chil.: 1) Henryk, b. Pultusk 1824 m. Krzynowłoga Mała 1857 Wiktorya de la Grange (dau. of Hipolit de la Grange and Franciszka Borzuchowska), widow of Jozef Kruszewski 2) Antoni, b. 26 Mar 1840[5/15:B64] D. Wiktorya, m. Krzynowłoga Wielka 1816 Walenty Sutkowski (son of Aloizy Sutkowski and Honorata),. b. 1782 E. Jozef, m. Ludwika Chelmicka (he was an attorney in the Płock Court of Justice) Chil.: 1) Karol F. Tekla, m. Antoni Glionjecki (son of Tomasz Glinojecki and Dorota Klonowska) Children (by Magdalena): 3. Anna, d. Dzierzęga abt. 1800, m. Krzynowłoga Wielka 1790 Franciszek Rykowski (son of Ignacy Rykowski and Rozalia Gadomska), b. Dzierzęga 1770, d. Dzierzęga 1844 Chil (see Rykowski family):


GADOMSKI FAMILY

ANTONI GADOMSKI, d. between 24 Jan[4/30:180] and 25 Apr 1787[4/32:108], m. ZOFIA ____.

Information on this couple is very sketchy at present. The only vital record which provides their names is the death record of son Mikołaj. It seems probable that they lived in Czaplice-Kurki in the parish of Krzynowłoga Wielka, and they were probably of high social status or respect in the community. This is evident from the fact that their names were given on their son's death record well after they were gone. Mikołaj was 86 when he died. Most death records of adults do not give parents' names. It seems to be more a practice with death records of nobles.

The other vital record related to this couple is the death of daughter Agata, who was listed as Mikołaj's sister.

Additional records in the court books indicate Antoni was the son of Szymon[4/30:180]. One was dated 25 Apr 1787 and Jozef Gadomski, son of deceased Anzelm and grandson of deceased Franciszek, acknowledged that he received funds from Mikołaj Gadomski, son of deceased Antoni and grandson of deceased Szymon. Yet Antoni was alive on 24 Jan 1787 when he acknowledged receipt of monies from his future daughter-in-law as her dowry[4/32:4]. Other records hint that Szymon was the son of Adam, who lived in the village of Gadomiec Barany and was deceased by 1705[5/106:257]. The Franciszek who was the father of Anzelm resided in Gadomiec Zawisze[5/122:163] and may have also been a son of an Adam[5/113:138]. It's possible the Adam, father of Szymon of Gadomiec Barany, and the Adam, father of Franciszek of Gadomiec Zawisze, may be the same man. Records from about 1746 indicate the wife of Szymon may have been Konstancia Długokęcka[5/123:262].

It's almost guaranteed there were more children than appear in the list below.

REF: [1] Roman Catholic Parish Records Krzynowłoga Wielka, Poland,
         LDS microfilm 0702669 (1817-1823)
     [2] Roman Catholic Parish Records Krzynowłoga Wielka, Poland,
         LDS microfilm 0702671 (1826-1833)
     [3] Roman Catholic Parish Records Krzynowłoga Wielka, Poland,
         LDS microfilm 0723335 (1833-1842)
     [4] Przasnyskie Ziemskie Wieczyste (Przasnysz Court Records)
     [5] Ciechanowski Grodzki Perpetuitas (Ciechanow Court Records)

Children: 1. Mikołaj, b. Czaplice-Kurki abt. 1750, d. Czaplice-Kurki 1836[3/11:D21], m. Agnieszka Roman, b. before 1765, d. Czaplice-Kurki 1826[2/2:D71] Chil.: (see below) 2. Agata, d. 1817[1/12:D13], m. Mikołaj Czaplicki


MIKOŁAJ GADOMSKI, b. Czaplice-Kurki abt. 1749, d. Czaplice-Kurki 1836[9/11:D21], m.[2/11:M35] AGNIESZKA ROMAN (dau. of Hilary Roman and Bogumiła Roman), b. bef. 1765, d. Czaplice-Kurki 1826[7/2:D71].

Mikołaj and Agnieszka Gadomski lived in Czaplice Kurki in the parish of Krzynowłoga Wielka. According to the marriage record of daughter Anna in 1813, they lived in house number 8 at the time[2/8:M40] and likely did for quite some time.

Court records also prove that Agnieszka was the daughter of Hilary Roman. In a record dated 4 Jan 1788 Mikołaj acknowledges receipt of money as a dowry from his wife Agnieszka, daughter of Hilary Roman[10/28:167]. Their marriage must have taken place in 1787 as on 24 Jan of that year Mikołaj's father Antoni Gadomski, son of deceased Szymon of Czaplice Kurki, acknowledged the receipt of money from Agnieszka Roman, maiden daughter of Hilary and future wife of Anotni's son Mikołaj Gadomski[10/32:4].

REF: [1] Roman Catholic Parish Records Krzynowłoga Wielka, Poland,
         LDS microfilm 0702667 (1808-1813)
     [2] Roman Catholic Parish Records Krzynowłoga Wielka, Poland,
         LDS microfilm 0702668 (1813-1817)
     [3] Roman Catholic Parish Records Krzynowłoga Wielka, Poland,
         LDS microfilm 0702669 (1817-1823)
     [4] Research by Adam Psczcolkowski, a genealogist in Poland
     [5] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
         0723211 (1855-1860)
     [6] Roman Catholic Parish Records Krzynowłoga Wielka, Poland,
         LDS microfilm 0702670 (1823-1825)
     [7] Roman Catholic Parish Records Krzynowłoga Wielka, Poland,
         LDS microfilm 0702671 (1826-1833)
     [8] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
         0723208 (1835-1841)
     [9] Roman Catholic Parish Records Krzynowłoga Wielka, Poland,
         LDS microfilm 0723335 (1833-1842)
     [10] Przasnyskie Ziemskie Wieczyste (Przasnysz Court Records)

Children: 1. Jozef, b. prob. Czaplice-Kurki abt. 1787[2/11:M35], m. Czaplice-Kurki 1817[2/11:M35] Marcyanna Smoleńska, b. prob. Czaplice-Kurki abt. 1794[3/12:B57] Chil.: (see below) 2. Anna, b. prob. Czaplice-Kurki abt. 1789[2/8:M40], d. Czaplice-Kurki 1834[9/9:D40], m. Czaplice-Kurki 16 Feb 1814[2/8:M40] Jozef Czaplicki (son of Maciej Czaplicki and Maryanna Gadomska) Chil. (surname Czaplicki, b. in Czaplice-Kurki): A. Franciszka, b. 1814[3/9:B95]; B. Maryanna, b. 1816[3/11:B52] C. Tekla, b. 1818[3/13:B37] D. Wojciech, b. 1821[3/16:B158], d. Czaplice-Kurki 1825[6/20:D21] E. Katarzyna, b. 1824[6/19:B10] F. Rozalia, b. 1825[6/20:B142], d. Czaplice-Kurki 1825[6/20:D95] G. Antonina, b. 182[7/2:B33]7, d. Czaplice-Kurki 1827[7/2:D21] H. Jan, b. 1829[7/3:B66] I. Julianna, b. 1832[7/7:B7], d. Czaplice-Kurki 1833[9/8:D146] 3. Julianna, b. abt. 1798, m. Czaplice-Kurki 17 Jul 1822[3/17:M13] Stanisław Czaplicki (son of Piotr Czaplicki and Magdalena Ossowska of Bagienice), b. abt. 1800, d. Bagienice 1836[8/11:D206] Chil.: A. Antonina, b. abt. 1836, m(1) Bagienice 1860[5/35:M38] Andrzej Chrzanowski (son of Błazej Chrzanowski and Zofia Roman), m(2) Chorzele 1866[9/M18] Jan Krajewski (son of Jan Krajewski and Rozalia Wasilkowska), b. abt. 1830 4. Rozalia, b. prob. Czaplice-Kurki abt. 1797[2/10:M5], m. Czaplice-Kurki 30 Jul 1815[2/10:M5] Jozef Czaplicki (son of Anzelm Czaplicki and Rozalia Smoleńska), b. abt. 1791 Chil. (surname Czaplicki)[4]: A. Wiktorya, b. Zaboklik 1820, d. Zaboklik 20 Apr 1822 B. Andrzej, b. Zaboklik 21 Nov 1822, d. 1892, m. Maryanna Bartold (dau. of Franciszek Bartold and Maryanna Szypulska), b. abt. 1822 Chil. (all b. in Zaboklik, parish Dzierzgowo): 1) Franciszek, m. Franciszka Pszczółkowska Chil.: a) Hilary, b. 14 Jan 1898, d. 1 Oct 1973, m. Philadelphia, PA 3 Sep 1922 Apolonia Bober Chil. (b. Philadelphia, PA): 1. Irene, b. 23 Dec 1923, m. Jesse Ruczynski 2. Hilary, b. 4 Jan 1928, m. 1964 Dolores Oscilowski b) Alexander, b. 1900, d. 1988; moved to France 2) Antonina, b. 30 Jun 1847, d. Zaboklik 11 Sep 1853 3) Małgorzata, b. 13 Jul 1849 4) Stanisław, b. 1856, m. Maryanna ____, b. 1859 Chil.: a) Bronisława, b. 1880, m. 1903 ___ Burkacki b) Wincenty, b. Mutawa 1 Nov 1883, d. 1929 c) Wiktorya, b. 1884, m. 1903 d) Dominik, b. 1887 e) Antoni, b. 1890, m. 1910, d. 1965 f) Henryk g) Weronika, b. 1895, m. 1916, d. 1980 h) Boleslaw, b. 1898, m. 1926 5) Bronisława, b. 30 Jul 1863, d. Zaboklik 9 Dec 1863 6) Makary, b. 2 Jan 1867 d. Philadelphia, PA 10 Mar 1949, m(1) 23 Nov 1892 Konstancya Olszewska, d. 1898, m(2) Krzynowłoga Mała 19 Jun 1898 Teofila Czaplicka (dau. of Jan Tomasz Czaplicki and Tekla Czaplicka), b. Masiak 1877, d. 1963; Makary moved to USA in 1901 Chil.: a) son, d. as child b) daughter, d. as child c) son, b. abt. 1899, d. as child d) son, d. as child e) Jan, b. Philadelphia 4 Mar 1903, d. Philadelphia 7 Mar 1983, m. Philadelphia Anna Helen Furtek (dau. of Władysław Furtek and Teofila Dyka) f) Stanisław, b. Philadelphia 12 Mar 1905, d. Huntington Valley, PA 22 Jun 1994, m. Philadelphia 17 Oct 1928 Mary Grzeszczak g) Janina "Jeanie", b. Philadelphia 29 Dec 1907, d. Philadelphia 9 Sep 1938, m. Benedict Skrocki h) Zygmunt "Barney", b. Philadelphia 5 Jun 1913, d. Clearfield, PA 20 May 1963 i) Czeslaw, b. 1914, m. 1937, d. 1973 j) Tadeusz, b. 1919, m. 1949 C. Jan, b. Rudno-Jeziorowe 1829, m. Tekla Szczepkowska, b. abt. 1827 Child: 1) Franciszka, b. Rudno-Jeziorowe 1847 5. Franciszek, b. abt. 1800, m. Krzynowłoga Wielka 1828[7/3:M10] Maryanna Zaleska (dau. of Jan Zelwski and ____ Długokecka) 6. Katarzyna, b. abt. 1808, m. 1829[7/4:M29] Antoni Bobinski (son of Walenty Bobinski and Apolonia Godlewska of Grabowo-Skorupki), b. abt. 1796


JOZEF GADOMSKI, b. abt. 1787, d. Czaplice-Kurki 14 Jan 1861[11/36:D4], m MARYANNA SMOLEŃSKA (dau. of Walenty Smoleński and Ewa Czaplicka), b. abt. 1794.

7. Katarzyna Gadomska
b. 21 Nov 1821
Czaplice Kurki
Krzynowłoga Wielka

d. ?

14. Jozef Gadomski
b. c.1786
d. 14 Jan 1861 Czaplice Kurki
28. Mikołaj Gadomski
b. c.1749 d. 1836 Czaplice Kurki
56. Antoni Gadomski
57. Zofia ____
29. Agnieszka Roman
b. bef.1765 d. 1826 Czaplice Kurki
58. Hilary Roman
59. Bogumiła Roman
15. Marcyanna Smoleńska
b. c.1794
d. ?
30. Walenty Smoleński
b. ? d. 1814 Czaplice Kurki
60. Franciszek Smoleński
61. Maryanna Chmielinska
31. Ewa Czaplicka
b. c.1765 d. 1832
62. Mikołaj Czaplicki c.1726-1811
63. Maryanna Czaplicka d. bef. 1811

Jozef and Maryanna were both residents of Czaplice-Kurki in the parish of Krzynowłoga Wielka at the time of their marriage. Jozef and Maryanna lived in house number 7 of Czaplice Kurki in 1821.

REF: [1] Roman Catholic Parish Records Krzynowłoga Wielka, Poland,
         LDS microfilm 0702667 (1808-1813)
     [2] Roman Catholic Parish Records Krzynowłoga Wielka, Poland,
         LDS microfilm 0702668 (1813-1817)
     [3] Roman Catholic Parish Records Krzynowłoga Wielka, Poland,
         LDS microfilm 0702669 (1817-1823)
     [4] Roman Catholic Parish Records Krzynowłoga Wielka, Poland,
         LDS microfilm 0702670 (1823-1825)
     [5] Roman Catholic Parish Records Krzynowłoga Wielka, Poland,
         LDS microfilm 0702671 (1826-1833)
     [6] Parish Register of Krzynowłoga Mała, Poland as extracted
         by Adam Pszczółkowski
     [7] Roman Catholic Parish Records Krzynowłoga Mała, Poland,
         LDS microfilm 0723346 (1848-1854)
     [8] Roman Catholic Parish Records Krzynowłoga Wielka, Poland,
         LDS microfilm 0723335 (1833-1842)
     [9] Roman Catholic Parish Records Krzynowłoga Wielka, Poland,
         LDS microfilm 0723336 (1843-1849)
     [10] Roman Catholic Parish Records Krzynowłoga Wielka, Poland,
          LDS microfilm 0723337 (1850-1856)
     [11] Roman Catholic Parish Records Krzynowłoga Wielka, Poland,
          LDS microfilm 0723338 (1857-1862)
     [12] Roman Catholic Parish Records Krzynowłoga Wielka, Poland,
          LDS microfilm 0723339 (1863-1865)

Children (incomplete list): 1. Tekla Maryanna, b. Czaplice-Kurki 1817-18[3/12:B57], m. Krzynowłoga Wielka 1836[8/11:M8] Piotr Nikodem Łojewski (son of Kazimierz Łojewski and Konstancya Rudzinska of Rudno-Jeziorowe, parish Krzynowłoga Mała), b. abt. 1814 2. Maryanna, b. abt. 1819, m. Krzynowłoga-Wielka 1840[8/15:M17] Jozef Stanisław Roman (son of Tomasz Roman and Anna Kolakowska), b. abt. 1819 3. Katarzyna Cecylia, b. Czaplice Kurki 21 Nov, bap. 22 Nov 1821[3/16:B76], m. Krzynowłoga Wielka 2 Jun 1844[M3] Stanisław Żmijewski, b. Ostrowe-Stanczyki 21 Oct 1825 (son of Marcin Żmijewski and Agnieszka Chrzanowska), d. Borowe Gryki 21 Oct 1887 4. Zuzanna, b. Czaplice-Kurki 1824[4/19:B94] 5. Antonina, b. Czaplice-Kurki 1827[5/2:B68], m. Krzynowłoga-Wielka 18 Feb 1849 Tomasz Rudzinski (son of Floryan Rudzinski and Maryanna Rudzinska)[9/24:M23], b. Rudno-Jeziorowe abt. 1828 6. Mikołaj, b. Czaplice-Kurki 1829[5/4:B134], m. Krzynowłoga-Wielka 26 Nov 1848 Maryanna Czaplicka (dau. of Jakub Czaplicki and Maryanna Zaleska)[9/23:M38], b. Gadomiec-Barany 1828, d. Czaplice-Kurki 4 Jun 1849[9/24:D95] 7. Antoni Walenty, b. Czaplice-Kurki 1832[5/7:B8], m. Krzynowłoga Mała March 1851[7/M27] Karolina Morawska (dau. of Bartłomiej Morawski and Katarzyna Ostrowska), b. Morawy-Wielka abt. 1832


KRĘPSKI FAMILY

KAZIMIERZ KRĘPSKI, m.[1/112:249] KATARZYNA CZAPLICKA.

REF: [1] Ciechanowski Grodzki Perpetuitas (Ciechanow Court Records)

Children: 1. Agnieszka Krępska, m. abt. 1727[1/115:249] Marcin Roman (son of Wojciech Roman and Dorota Krajewska) 2. Katarzyna Krępska, m(1) Franciszek Budny, m(2)[1/112:210] by 1721 Jan Dębienski (son of Stanislaw Dębienski) of Dębiny 3. Krzysztof Krępski, maybe m.[1/111:224] by 1719 Ewa Smolenska, m.[1/120:423] by 1736 Marianna Milewska 4. Helena Krępska, m.[1/117:467] Wojciech Zabrowski


LIPOWSKI FAMILY

WALERYAN LIPOWSKI, m. SALOMEA GADOMSKA.

Little is known of this couple at present. Their names appear on the records of some of their children, and a few court records have been found to date. They apparently lived in the village of Gadomiec-Ninocięta in the parish of Krzynowłoga-Wielka as that was listed as the birthplace of son Walenty on his death record[8/21:108]. From court records we have that Salomea was the daughter of Jan Gadomski and granddaughter of Maciej Gadomski, both deceased by 1780, and that she had sisters Kunegunda, wife of Maciej Gadomski, and Agnieszka, wife of Jan Kawiecki[13/22:64,23:81]. In this record the Gadomski sisters were part owners of several villages (Gadomiec Barany, Gadomiec Trojany, Gadomiec Zdrojki, and Gadomiec Przybytki, obviously passed down from the Gadomski family). They sold these lands to Antoni Czaplicki, son of deceased Seweryn. Waleryan was the son of Antoni, who was deceased by 20 Apr 1789. Recorded on that date was an apparent sale of land from Szymon, son of deceased Maciej Gadomski, and his brother Antoni Gadomski to Waleryan, son of deceased Antoni. The sale took place in 1788 and involved lands in Bystry Chrzany, Gadomiec Barany, Gadmoiec Jędryki, and Gadomiec Falki[13/28:230]. Waleryan had a brother Walenty to whom he mortgaged lands in the village of Dzierzęga in 1788 for a period of 3 years[13/28:179].

It may be that Salomea married for a second time to Alexander Żbikowski. The clue for this comes from Alexander's marriage in 1821 for which Walenty Lipowski, age 40, was a witness for the groom[3/35:M5]. Walenty was described as the groom's step-son, implying that Walenty's mother had been married to Alexander.

REF: [1] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
         0702554 (1808-1812)
     [2] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
         0702551 (1811-1818)
     [3] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
         0702552 (1818-1823)
     [4] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
         0702553 (1824-1825)
     [5] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
         0833047 (1826-1827)
     [6] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
         0723207 (1828-1834)
     [7] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
         0723208 (1835-1841)
     [8] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
         0723209 (1842-1848)
     [9] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
         0723210 (1849-1854)
     [10] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
          0723211 (1855-1860)
     [11] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
          0723212 (1861-1865)
     [12] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
          1808707 (1866-1871)
     [13] Przasnyskie Ziemskie Wieczyste (Przasnysz Court Records)

Children (incomplete list): 1. Walenty, b. Gadomiec-Minocięta, Chorzele abt. 1776[8/21:D108], d. Pogorzel 1846[8/21:D108], m(1) Maryanna Łojewska, b. abt. 1784, m(2) 1814[2/21:M31] Petronella Gadomska (dau. of Michał Gadomski and Agnieszka P.), d. 1863[11/38:D12] Chil. (by Maryanna, all born in Pogorzel): A. Wiktorya b. abt. 1805, m. Chorzele 1846[8/21:M13] August Tanski (son of Jozef Tanski and Maryanna Miecznikowska), b. abt. 1793 B. Jakub b. 1809[1/4:B36], d. Pogorzel 1855[10/30:D56], m(1) Chorzele 1833[6/8:M35] Katarzyna nee Rudzka Kobylinska (dau. of Jakub Rudzki and Maryanna Jankowska, widow of Jan Kobylinski), b. abt. 1800, d. Pogorzel 1849[9/24:D23], m(2) Chorzele 1850[9/25:M33] Tekla nee Kobylinska Rudzka (dau. of Fabian Kobylinski and Maryanna Roman, widow of Wojciech Rudzki), b. abt. 1816 Chil. (by Katarzyna): 1. Stanisław b. Pogorzel 1834[6/9:B90], d. Pogorzel 1834[6/9:D154] 2. Ludwik b. Pogorzel 1835[7/10:B151], d. Pogorzel 1837[7/12:D215] 3. Julianna b. Pogorzel 1838[9/13:B109] 4. Jan b. Pogorzel 1840[7/15:B141] Chil. (by Tekla): 5. Walenty b. Pogorzel 1850[9/25:B245], d. Pogorzel 1853[9/28:D230] C. Jan b. 1810[1/7:B77] D. Chłopan Kazimierz Carl Teofil b. 1812[1/12:B183] E. Katarzyna b. 1813[2/18:B92] Chil. (by Petronella, all born in Pogorzel): F. Andrzej b. abt. 1815 (or 1820 and d. age 5 mo?) d.Pogorzel 1820[3/33:D74] G. Katarzyna b. 1817[2/26:B120], m. Chorzele 1841[7/16:M30] Faustyn Ossowski (son of Antoni Ossowski and Antonina Roman), b. Ossowie abt. 1822 H. Jozef b. 1819[3/31:B131], d. Pogorzel 1820[3/33:D80] I. Jozef b. 1821[3/34:B58], d. Pogorzel 1832[6/7:D202] J. Ludwik Bartłomiej b. 1824[4/43:B172], d. Pogorzel 1828[6/3:D63] K. Scholastyka Rozalia b. 1827[5/2:B24], m. Chorzele 1846[8/21:M20] Adam Rudzki (son of Wojciech Rudzki and Teresa Majewska), b. Pogorzel abt. 1821 L. Stanisław b. 1828[6/3:B187] M. Rozalia b. 1829[6/4:B187], m. Chorzele 1861[11/36:M6] Francizek Sztync (son of Michał Sztync and Elzbieta Zapadow of Brzeski), b. abt. 1836 N. Zuzanna b. 1829[6/4:B187], d. Pogorzel 1833[6/8:D118] O. Maryanna b. 1832[6/7:B61], m. Chorzele 1861[11/36:M26] Karol Rezenik (son of Jan Rezenik and Maryanna Garonowska), b. abt.1835 2. Jozefata b. abt. 1783, m. Wojciech Żbikowski


MILEWSKI FAMILY

JERZY MILEWSKI, b. 1727, d. bef. 1780, m. MARIANNA CZAPLICKA (dau. of Bartłomiej Czaplicki and Marianna Jazwinska)[1/128:85].

Jerzy Milewski was a resident of Milewo Szwejki in Krasne parish. He was the son of Mathai (Maciej or Mateusz) Milewski who was alive in 1701[1/104:356] and deceased by 1754.[1/128:85] Jerzy's mother was Katarzyna Zbikowska was was deceased by 1701.[1/104:356]

REF: [1] Ciechanowski Grodzki Perpetuitas (Ciechanow Court Records)
     [2] Krasne Parish Records

Children: 1. Franciszka, m. 1754[2] Bartłomiej Zbikowski (son of Maciej Zbikowski and Marcianna Bagienska)


NISKI FAMILY

PAWEŁ NISKI, d. bef. 1722[3/113:72], m. Przasnysz 2? Mar 1683[1/5] MAŁGORZATA ŻMIJEWSKA.

209. Anna Niska
bap. 3 Sep 1684
Oględa
Przasnysz

d.

418. Pawel Niski
d. bef. 1722
836. Marcin Niski
1672.
1673.
837. Marianna ____
1674.
1675.
419. Małgorzata Żmijewska
d. after 1722
838. Jan Żmijewski

1676.
1677.
839. Marianna Oględzka
1678. Waleryan Oględzki
1679.

Paweł was the son of Marcin Niski (dec. by 1688[3/88:35]) and Marianna of Oględa in the Przasnysz parish, and Małgorzata was the daughter of Jan, also of Oględa, and Marianna Oględzka. Daughter Anna was baptized 3 Sep 1684 and had godparents Wojciech Zebrowski and Barbara Gadomska[2/2:3].

From [3/121:93 and 106:352] we have that Waleryan Oględzki from Oględa had children Marianna and maybe Pawel, who died childless. Marianna married Jan Zmijewski and had daughters Małgorzata who married Paweł Niski, Maryanna who married Szymon Czaplicki, and Teresa who married Szymon Bobinski. Maryanna Zmijewska had sons Jozef, Marcin, Walenty, Wojciech, Alexander, and Kazimierz Czaplicki. Alexander married a Gadomska and had Fabian, Jozef, and Maciej Czaplicki, all alive in 1739.

REF: [1] Roman Catholic Parish Records Przasnysz, Poland, LDS microfilm
         1496688 (1618-1682)
     [2] Roman Catholic Parish Records Przasnysz, Poland, LDS microfilm
         1496689 (1683-1788)
     [3] Ciechanowski Grodzki Perpetuitas (Ciechanow Court Records)

Children: 1. Anna, bap. Oględa, 3 Sep 1684[2/2:3], m. 14 Feb 1706[2/3:?] Kazimierz Chrzanowski (son of Jan Chrzanowski and Elzbieta) 2. Jan[3/121:93] 3. Alexander, m. Ludwika Remblinska (dau. of Alexander)[3/113:72] chil.[3/121:93]: A. Katarzyna B. Maryanna 4. Michał[3/113:72] 5. Zofia, m. Jakub Kobylinski[3/113:72] 6. Bogumiła Roman, d. bef 1783, m. Antoni Janowski[2/23:244]


OBRĘSKI FAMILY

ANDRZEJ OBRĘSKI, d. bef. 1647.

REF: [1] Ciechanowski Grodzki Perpetuitas (Ciechanow Court Records)

Children: 1. Stanisław Obręski, d. abt. 1660, m. Potencianna Bogdanska 2. Feliks Obręski 3. Wojciech Obręski


STANISŁAW OBRĘSKI, d. abt. 1660, m. POTENCJANNA BOGDANSKA.

REF: [1] Ciechanowski Grodzki Perpetuitas (Ciechanow Court Records)

Children: 1. Krzysztof Obręski, d. abt. 1692, m. Anna Jastrzębowska


KRZYSZTOF OBRĘSKI, d. abt. 1692, m. ANNA JASTRZĘBOWSKA (daughter of Marcin Jastrzębowski).

REF: [1] Ciechanowski Grodzki Perpetuitas (Ciechanow Court Records)

Children: 1. Jakub Obręski, m. Marianna Rembielinska 2. Jan Obręski, d. abt. 1719 3. Jozef Obręski, m. Krystyna Sleszynska 4. Konstanty Obręski, d. bef. 1731 5. Marianna Obręska, m. Waleryan Rykowski (son of Paweł Rykowski and Elzbieta Zembrzuska) 6. Krystyna Obręska, m. Tomasz Roman (son of Marcin Roman and Marianna Rykowska) 7. Katarzyna Obręska, m. Wojciech Pokrzywnicki


ROMAN FAMILY (of Romany Sędzięta and Romany Karcze)

MARCIN ROMAN, d. by 1715, m. MARIANNA RYKOWSKA. She m(2) Jan Krajewski.

Marcin lived in the village of Romany-Sędzięta. He was the son of Piotr Roman and probably had a sister Zofia who married Konstanty Olszewski[2/121:284].

REF: [1] Przasnyskie Ziemskie Wieczyste (Przasnysz Court Records)
     [2] Ciechanowski Grodzki Perpetuitas (Ciechanow Court Records)

Children: 1. Tomasz Roman, d. bef. 1766, m. abt. 1719 Marianna Rykowska (daughter of Paweł Rykowski and Elzbieta Zembrzuska) 2. Jozef Roman 3. Marianna Roman, m. Wojciech Tanski Marianna's children by Jan Krajewski: 4. Marianna Krajewska, m.[2/120:302] Wawrzyniec Kwiatkowski 5. Konstancja Krajewska, m.[2/120:302] Tomasz Zaleski 6. Katarzyna Krajewska


TOMASZ ROMAN, d. bef. 1766, m. abt. 1719[2/111:212] KRYSTYNA OBRĘBSKA.

In a court record of 27 February 1784 Jozef Roman of Romany-Sędzięta and Romany-Karcze, son of deceased Tomasz, confirmed that he received two sums, 600 zlp. and 126 zlp. 18 groszy, from his brother Hilary. The money was from the estate of their deceased brother Jakub Roman[1/24:465].

From court records we have that Tomasz was married to Krystyna, daughter of Krzysztof Obrębski and Anna Jastrz±bowska[2/118:190].

REF: [1] Przasnyskie Ziemskie Wieczyste (Przasnysz Court Records)
     [2] Ciechanowski Grodzki Perpetuitas (Ciechanow Court Records)

Children: 1. Hilary Roman, d. Romany-Zayki bef. 1812, m. Bogumiła Roman 2. Małgorzata Roman[1/24:362] 3. Ignacy Roman[2/132:326] 4. Stanislaw Roman[2/132:326], d. by 1778, m. Marianna Olszewska Chil.[1/15:226 and 21:20]: A. Rafal Roman B. Katarzyna Roman C. Wiktorya Roman D. Konstancia Roman 5. Fabian[2/140:125] 6. Jakub Roman, d. bef. Feb 1784 7. Jozef Roman[2/140:125], m. Jozefata Roman (dau. of Jozef Roman of Romany-Karcze and Teresa Roman (dau. of Felician Roman and Rozalia Łopacka)) 8. Antoni Roman[2/140:125] 9. Karol Roman[2/140:125]


HILARY ROMAN, d. Romany-Zayki by 1812[1/7:M2], m. BOGUMIŁA ROMAN.

29. Agnieszka Roman
b. abt. 1765

d. 1827
Czaplice-Kurki
Krzynowłoga Mała

58. Hilary Roman
b.
d. bef. 1812 Romany-Zayki
116. Tomasz Roman
232. Marcin Roman
233. Marianna Rykowska
117. Krystyna Obrębska
234. Krystyan Obrębski
235. Anna Jastrz±bowska
59. Bogumiła Roman
b.
d.
118.

236.
237.
119.
238.
239.

This family is in the tree based on the fact that Agnieszka (Gadomska) Roman was the daughter of Hilary Roman based on her death record and court records. Hilary of Romany-Zayki and Romany-Sędzięta seems to be the only Hilary Roman in the Krzynowłoga Wielka parish at the time and we presume he was the father. Hilary's wife's name was Bogumiła Roman based on the marriage records of their other children and a court record from 1782[7/24:362].

Hilary was the son of Tomasz and probably had brothers Ignacy and Antoni[7/23:3,22:36,22:138].

REF: [1] Roman Catholic Parish Records Krzynowłoga Wielka, Poland,
         LDS microfilm 0702667 (1808-1813)
     [2] Roman Catholic Parish Records Krzynowłoga Wielka, Poland,
         LDS microfilm 0702668 (1813-1817)
     [3] Roman Catholic Parish Records Krzynowłoga Wielka, Poland,
         LDS microfilm 0702669 (1817-1823)
     [4] Roman Catholic Parish Records Krzynowłoga Wielka, Poland,
         LDS microfilm 0702670 (1823-1825)
     [5] Roman Catholic Parish Records Krzynowłoga Wielka, Poland,
         LDS microfilm 0702671 (1826-1833)
     [6] Roman Catholic Parish Records Krzynowłoga Wielka, Poland,
         LDS microfilm 0723335 (1833-1842)
     [7] Przasnyskie Ziemskie Wieczyste (Przasnysz Court Records)

Children (probably incomplete list): 1. Jozef b. abt. 1759, d. Romany-Sędzięta 1812[1/7:D117], m. Jozefa Roman (dau. of Jozef Roman & Teresa z Roman). She m(2) Jabłonski, m(3) Grabowski Chil.: A. Tadeusz, b. abt. 1797, m(1) Krzynowłoga-Wielka 1817[3/12:M37] Franciszka Czaplicka (dau. of Michał Czaplicki and Maryanna Zarnowska), d. Romany-Sędzięta 1821[3/16:D31], m(2) Krzynowłoga-Wielka 1822[3/17:M5] Magdalena Pszczółkowska (dau. of Andrzej Pszczółkowski and Franciszka Majewska) Chil. (all in Romany-Sędzięta): 1) Domicella Jadwiga b. 1819[3/14:B67], m. Krzynowłoga-Wielka 1836[6/11:M23] Jozef Walenty Czaplicki (son of Antoni Czaplicki and Antonina Zielinska), b. abt. 1815 Chil. (all born in Ulatowo-Borzuchy): a) Teofila Maryanna Czaplicka, b. 1838[6/13:B99] b) Stanisław Czaplicki, b. and d. Ulatowo-Borzuchy 1840[6/15:D118] c) Antoni Czaplicki, b. 1842[6/17:B79] 2) Franciszek Konstanty b. 1823[4/18:B32], d. 1823[4/18:D45] 3) Franciszka Kunegunda b. 1824[4/19:B21] 4) Kazimierz Jan b. 1830[5/5:B32] 5) Wiktor Hilary b. 1832[5/7:B9], d. 1832[5/7:D39] 6) Jan Julian (or Iwon?) b. 1833[5/8:B60], d. Romany-Sędzięta 1835[6/10:D88] 7) Maryanna, b. 1835[6/10:B83] 8) Julianna, b. 1841[6/16:B100] B. Domicella, b. abt. 1802, m. Krzynowłoga-Wielka 1817[3/12:M36] Antoni Czaplicki (son of Michał Czaplicki and Maryanna Zarnowska) Chil. (all in Czaplice-Wielka): 1) Maryanna Rozalia Czaplicka b. 1818[3/13:B95] 2) Franicszek Jan Czaplicki b. 1822[3/17:B48] 3) Jan Konstanty Czaplicki b. 1825[4/20:B51] 4) Anna Czaplicka b. 1829[5/4:B61] 5) Jakub Czaplicki b. 1831[5/6:B76] 6) Maryanna Czaplicka, b. 1834[6/9:B71], d. Czaplice-Wielka 1834[6/9:D98] 7) Maryanna Domicella Czaplicka, b. 1835[6/10:B135], d. Czaplice-Wielka 1836[6/11:D112] C. Maryanna, b. abt. 1808, m. Krzynowłoga-Wielka 1826[5/1:M18] Jan Czaplicki, b. Gadomiec-Barany (son of Wojciech Czaplicki and Justyna Roman) Chil. (in Gadomiec-Barany): 1) Jozefata Czaplicka b.1826[5/1:B154], d. 1827[5/2:D95] 2) Michał Czaplicki, b. 1834[6/9:B126], d. Gadomiec-Barany 1837[6/12:D30] 3) Domicella Maryanna Czaplicka, b. Gadomiec-Barany 1837[6/12:B49] D. Jan b. Romany-Sędzięta 1809[1/4:B80], d. Romany-Sędzięta 1810[1/5:D14] E. Teofil Kacper b. Romany-Sędzięta 1811[1/6:B90], m. Jozefa Niedzielska Chil. (in Romany-Sędzięta): 1) Zofia Franciszka b. 1833[5/8:B57], d. 1833[5/8:D85] 2) Maryanna Stefania, b. Romany-Zayki 1837[6/12:B122] 3) Weronika Jozefa, b. Romany-Zayki 1842[6/17:B78] 2. Małgorzata, m. by 1780[7/16:220] Wojciech Pszczołkowski (son of Jan Pszczołkowski) of Pszczołki Stepne 3. Agnieszka, b. abt. 1765, d. Czaplice-Kurki 1827[5/2:D71], m. Mikołaj Gadomski, b. abt. 1749 Chil.: (see Gadomski Family) 4. Antoni, b. abt. 1771, d. Romany-Zayki 1822[3/17:D60], m? Maryanna Łojewska Chil. (b. Romany-Sędzięta): A. Gertruda Jozefa, b. 1811[1/6:B137] B. Ferdynand, b. 1814[2/9:B18] 5. Mikołaj, b. abt. 1774, d. Romany-Zayki 1818[3/13:D52], m. Maryanna Majewska (dau. of Andrzej Majewski and Salomea Olszewska). She m(2) Krzynowłoga-Wielka 1823[4/18:M18] Wincenty Purzycki 6. Franciszek, b. abt. 1783, d. Romany-Zayki 1830[5/5:D87], m. 1812[1/7:M2] Tekla Kolakowska (dau. of Walenty Kolakowski and Katarzyna Czaplicka), b. abt. 1793. She m(2) 1832[5/7:M32] Andrzej Olszewski Chil. (b. Romany-Zayki): A. Maryanna, b. 1813[2/8:B41], d. Romany-Zayki 1823[4/18:D23] B. Walenty, b. 1814[2/9:B124], d. Romany-Zayki 1817[3/12:D73] C. Alexander Teofil, b. 1816[2/11:B118] D. Tadeusz, b. 1819[3/14:B68], m. Chorzele 1839 Eleonora Olszewska E. Mikołaj, b. 1821[3/16:B85] F. Katarzyna, b. (Romany-Karcze) 1824[4/19:B49] G. Karol Franciszek, b. 1828[5/3:B10] H. Jozef, b. 1830[5/5:B132] 7. Katarzyna, b. abt. 1793, m. 1825[4/20:M14] Kazimierz Tanski (son of Jozef Tanski and Maryanna Miecznikowska)


RYKOWSKI FAMILY

ADAM RYKOWSKI, b. abt. 1610, d. abt. 1660, m. ZOFIA DZIERZĘSKA (daughter of Maciej Dzierzęski).[1]

Most of the early genealogy of this family comes from the court records of Przasnysz and Ciechanów. Adam was the son of Wojciech Rykowski, who was born about 1575 and died about 1644.[1]

REF: [1] Research by Polish genealogist Adam Pszczółkowski
     [2] Przasnyskie Ziemskie Wieczyste (Przasnysz Court Records)
     [3] Ciechanowski Grodzki Perpetuitas (Ciechanow Court Records)

Children (order unknown): 1. Mikolaj Rykowski 2. Marcin Rykowski 3. Paweł Rykowski, b. abt. 1645, d. abt. 1686, m. Elzbieta Zembrzuska Chil.: (see below)


PAWEŁ RYKOWSKI, b. abt. 1645, d. abt. 1686, m. ELZBIETA ZEMBRZUSKA (daughter of Wawrzynie Zembrzuski). She m(2) Dominik Kakowski.[1]

REF: [1] Research by Polish genealogist Adam Pszczółkowski
     [2] Przasnyskie Ziemskie Wieczyste (Przasnysz Court Records)
     [3] Ciechanowski Grodzki Perpetuitas (Ciechanow Court Records)

Children (by Elzbieta, order unknown): 1. Waleryan Rykowski, d. abt. 1770, m. Maryanna Obrębska Chil.: (see below) 2. Franciszek Rykowski, d. abt. 1762, m. Anna Gadomska Chil.: A. Jozef Chil.: 1) Joanna, m. Michał Ołędzki 3. Bartłomiej Rykowski, d. abt. 1740, m. Katarzyna Rembielinska[3/116:710], d. bef. 1769 Chil.: A. Ignacy, d. Dzierzęga abt. 1785, m. Rozalia Gadomska Chil.: 1) Felicyanna Rykowska, m. by 1783[2/27:102] Łukasz Żbikowski 2) Franciszek, b. 1770, d. 1844, m. Anna Czaplicka (dau. of Grzegorz and Magdalena Dołecka), d. abt. 1800 Chil.: a) Barbara, b. Dzierzęga 1794, d. Kaki 1855, m. Krzynowłoga-Wielka 1818 Jakub Pszczółkowski, b. Kaki 1787, d. Kaki 1861 4. Marianna Rykowska, d. aft. 1736, m(1) Marcin Roman, d. bef. 1715, m(2) Jan Krajewski Chil.[1]: A. Tomasz Roman, d. bef. 1766, m(1) Marcianna Bobr, m(2) Krystyna Obrębska B. Jozef Roman C. Marianna Roman, m. Wojciech Tanski (son of Jan Tanski) D. Marianna Krajewska, m.[3/120:302] Wawrzyniec Kwiatkowski E. Konstancja Krajewska, m.[3/120:302] Tomasz Zaleski F. Katarzyna Krajewska 5. Katarzyna Rykowska, d. abt. 1755, m. Wojciech Kakowski (son of Dominik Kakowski)[3/117:87] 6. Konstancja Rykowska, m. Grzegorz Zembrzuski 7. Anna Rykowska, m. Jozef Rapacki


WALERYAN RYKOWSKI, m. MARYANNA OBRĘBSKA (daughter of Krzysztof Obrębski).

215. Konstancja Rykowska
b.

d. bef. 1791

430. Waleryan Rykowski
b.
d. abt. 1770
860. Paweł Rykowski
b. c.1645, d. c.1680
1720. Adam Rykowski, c.1610 - c.1660
1721. Zofia Dzierzęga
861. Elzbieta Zembrzuska
1722. Wawrzyniec Zembrzuski
1723.
431. Marianna Obrębska
b.
d.
862. Krzysztof Obrębski
b. ?, d. c.1685
1724. Stanisław Obrębski
1725.
863. Anna Jastrzębowska
1726.
1727.

Most of the early genealogy of this family comes from the court records of Przasnysz and Ciechanow. Maryanna Obrębska was the sister of Krystyna Obrębska, who married ancestor Tomasz Roman[1].

REF: [1] Research by Polish genealogist Adam Pszczółkowski
     [2] Przasnyskie Ziemskie Wieczyste (Przasnysz Court Records)

Children (order unknown): 1. Antoni, d.[2/38:32] 1791 2. Paweł 3. Felicyan, m.[2/24:370] Marcianna Płoska Chil.[2/39:108]: A. Baltazar B. Maciej C. Szymon D. Franciszka, m.[2/39:108] Franciszek Płoski (son of Felicyan Płoski)[2/27:50] E. Katarzyna, m.[2/39:108] Adam Olszewski (son of Wojciech Olszewski) 4. Maryanna, m(1) Antoni Gadomski, m(2) Franciszek Krajewski Chil.: A. Walenty Gadomski B. Wojciech Gadomski C. Mateusz Krajewski, m. Eleonora Czaplicka 5. Konstancya, m. Wojciech Bóbr Chil.: A. Jan Bóbr, B. Rozalia Bóbr, m.[2/38:32] Franciszek Ossowski C. Helena Bóbr, m.[2/38:33] Adam Ossowski (son of Tomasz Ossowski) D. Maryanna Bóbr, m.[2/38:37] Wojciech Bystry, son of Felicyan Bystry of Borowe Gryki Chil.: 1) Franciszka Bystry, b. abt. 1751, d. 23 Feb 1810, m. Krzynowłoga-Mała 1779 Franciszek Chrzanowski, b. abt. 1750, d. 19 Feb 1813 E. Justyna Bóbr[2/15:50], m.[2/38:38] Walenty Gadomski (son of Mateusz Gadomski) F. Jozef Bóbr[2/15:50] G. Franciszek Bóbr[2/15:50] 6. Jozef, d. bef. 1792, owner of Ratyniec Nowy (parish Kossow Lacki, district Drohiczym, Podlasie), d. without issue


SMOLEŃSKI FAMILY

FRANCISZEK SMOLEŃSKI, d. before 4 Oct 1779[1/23:20], m FRANCISZKA GADOMSKA, d. aft. 30 Jul 1783[1/25:108]

There are several records that were recorded in 1783 based on agreements in 1776 that provide at least a partial glimpse into this family.[1/27:97] One agreement took place in Szelkow (Makow district) 20 Feb 1776 and appeared to be providing assistance to Franciszek's daughter Maryanna and her husband Adam Czaplicki. The agreement was among Maryanna's brothers Franciszek, Michał, and Jan Smoleński. Recorded on the same page of the records is another agreement, made 2 May 1776 (place not made clear) whereby Jan, son of deceased Franciszek Smoleński and Franciszka nee Gadomska, recevied a payment from his nephew Walenty Smoleński, son of deceased Franciszek and Maryanna nee Chmielinska.

Franciszek was the son of Wojciech from the village of Ryki. Wojciech appears to have been living in 1721[2/112:152]. It's possible Wojciech was the son of Mathias (the Latin name for either Maciej or Mateusz) of Gadomiec Wichnięta[2/101:206], and Mathias was the son of Franciszek.

REF: [1] Przasnyskie Ziemskie Wieczyste (Przasnysz Court Records)
     [2] Ciechanowski Grodzki Perpetuitas (Ciechanow Court Records)

Children (order unknown): 1. Franciszek, d. between 1776 and about 1783, m. Maryanna Chmielinska 2. Michał 3. Jan 4. Maryanna, m. Adam Czaplicki (son of Tomasz Czaplicki)[1/25:108]


FRANCISZEK SMOLEŃSKI, d. between 4 Oct 1779 and late 1783[1/27:97], m. MARYANNA CHMIELINSKA

According to court records recorded in 1783, Walenty made a payment to his uncle Jan Smoleński. This may have been done on behalf of his father who was deceased at the time and who had made agreements with his brothers in 1776[1/27:97]. On 4 Oct 1779 Franciszek bought parts of Czaplice Kurki. He was described as the son of deceased Franciszek Smoleński at the time[1/23:20].

REF: [1] Przasnyskie Ziemskie Wieczyste (Przasnysz Court Records)
     [2] Roman Catholic Parish Records Krzynowłoga Wielka, Poland,
         LDS microfilm 0702668 (1813-1817)

Children (probably others): 1. Walenty Smoleński, d. Czaplice Kurki 26 Feb 1814[2/8:D93], m. Ewa Czaplicka, b. Romany Karcze abt. 1765, d. 1832 2. Katarzyna Smoleńska, m.[1/22:22] abt. 1780 Anzelm Janowski (son of Walenty Janowski) of Tansk Przedbory 3. Zophia Smoleńska[1/28:272]


WALENTY SMOLEŃSKI, d. Czaplice Kurki 26 Feb 1814[2/8:D93], m EWA CZAPLICKA (dau. of Mikołaj Czaplicki and Maryanna Czaplicka), b. Romany-Karcze abt. 1765, d. 1832[5/7:D49].

Walenty was the son of Franciszek Smoleński[2/8:D93]. On 16 Feb 1785 Walenty confirmed that he received 600 Zlp. (dowry?) + 200 Zlp. "ex amore conjugali" (because of love ???) from the hands of the parents of his wife Ewa Czaplicka, d/o Mikołaj and Maryanna nee Czaplicka and he secured this money on his land[7/29:24].

Kilian Chmielinski, part owner of Czaplice Milki, age 43 in 1814, was a 1st cousin of Walenty's on Walenty's mother's side[2/8:D93]. Rozalia Smoleńska was the wife of Anzelm Czaplicki in Czaplice-Kurki. She may have been a sister of Walenty. She also had a half-brother Walenty Mossakowski who was born about 1760[2/10:M5].

REF: [1] Roman Catholic Parish Records Krzynowłoga Wielka, Poland,
         LDS microfilm 0702667 (1808-1813)
     [2] Roman Catholic Parish Records Krzynowłoga Wielka, Poland,
         LDS microfilm 0702668 (1813-1817)
     [3] Roman Catholic Parish Records Krzynowłoga Wielka, Poland,
         LDS microfilm 0702669 (1817-1823)
     [4] Roman Catholic Parish Records Krzynowłoga Wielka, Poland,
         LDS microfilm 0702670 (1823-1825)
     [5] Roman Catholic Parish Records Krzynowłoga Wielka, Poland,
         LDS microfilm 0702671 (1826-1833)
     [6] Roman Catholic Parish Records Krzynowłoga Wielka, Poland,
         LDS microfilm 0723335 (1833-1842)
     [7] Przasnyskie Ziemskie Wieczyste (Przasnysz Court Records)
     [8] Roman Catholic Parish Records Krzynowłoga Wielka, Poland,
         LDS microfilm 0723336 (1843-1849)
     [9] Roman Catholic Parish Records Krzynowłoga Wielka, Poland,
         LDS microfilm 0723337 (1850-1856)
     [10] Roman Catholic Parish Records Krzynowłoga Wielka, Poland,
          LDS microfilm 0723338 (1857-1862)
     [11] Roman Catholic Parish Records Krzynowłoga Wielka, Poland,
          LDS microfilm 0723339 (1863-1865)

Children (incomplete list): 1. Jozefa, b. abt. 1788-92, m. Krzynowłoga Wielka 1826[5/1:M33] Adam Purzycki (son of Felicyan Purzycki and Maryanna Bogdanska) 2. Paweł, b. abt. 1789, m. Maryanna Purzycka, d. Romany-Karcze 26 Nov 1859[10/34:D104] Chil.: A. Rozalia Eulalia, b. 1812[1/6:B119], d. Romany-Karcze 1832[5/7/D108] B. Franciszek, b. Romany Karcze 1813 C. Salomea, b. 1815, m. Krzynowłoga-Wielka 1837[6/12:M25] Ferdynand Antoni Kepski (son of Mateusz Kepski and Maryanna Olszewska), b. abt. 1813 D. Wiktorya, b. 1816 E. Maciej Walenty, b. 1818 F. Jozef Alexander, b. 1821 G. Maryanna b. Romany-Karcze 1825[4/20:B42] H. Tekla, b. Romany-Karcze 1827[5/2:B130] I. Franciszka, b. Romany-Karcze 1827[5/2:B131] J. Apolonia, b. Romany-Karcze 1830[5/5:B32] K. Anastazya Rozalia, b. Romany-Karcze 1835[6/10:B41] L. Teodor Marcin, b. Romany-Karcze 1837[6/12:B151] 3. Marcyanna, b. prob. Czaplice-Kurki abt. 1794[2/11:M35], d. Czaplice-Kurki 30 Apr 1850[9/25:D63], m. Czaplice-Kurki 1817[2/11:M35] Jozef Gadomski, b. prob. Czaplice-Kurki abt. 1786 4. Franciszek, b. abt. 1797, m. 1832[5/7:M45] Maryanna Chmielinska (dau. of Kilian Chmielinski and Maryanna Demba), b. abt. 1809 Chil.: A. Katarzyna Agata, b. 1834, d. Czaplice-Kurki 1834[6/9:D30] B. Balbina Franciszka, b. Czaplice-Kurki 1835[6/10:B42] C. no name, b. Czaplice-Kurki 1838[6/13:B12], d. 1838[6/13:D27] D. Maryanna Magdalena, d, Czaplice-Kurki 1842[6/17:D155] age 6 months 5. Jan, b. abt. 1801, d. Czaplice-Kurki 20 Dec 1848 (unm.)[8/23:D210] 6. Katarzyna, b. abt. 1802, d. 1841[6/16:D28], m(1) Czaplice Kurki 1821[3/16:M14] Wiktor Gadomski (son of Antoni Gadomski and Maryanna Czaplicka of Gadomiec Wyraki), b. abt. 1797, d. Gadomiec-Wyraki 1823[4/18:D53], m(2) Krzynowłoga Wielka 1824[4/19:M13] Adam Zembrzuski (son of Mateusz Zembrzuski and Małgorzata Czaplicka) Chil. (surname) Gadomski): A. Franciszek, b. Czaplice-Kurki 1823[4/18:B133], d. Gadomiec-Trojany 1824[4/19:D63] B. Mateusz, d. Gadomiec-Tojany 1824[4/19:D63] 7. Wojciech Hilary, b. Czaplice-Kurki 1810


WĘGIERSKI FAMILY

JERZY WĘGIERSKI, d. before 1619[1]

REF: [1] Research by Adam A. Pszczółkowski

Child (likely others as well): 1. Marcin Węgierski, d. befor 1645, res. Węgra


MARCIN WĘGIERSKI, d. before 1645[1]. Resident of Węgra.

REF: [1] Research by Adam A. Pszczółkowski

Children: 1. Józef Węgierski, d. bef. 1692 Chil: A. Elzbieta Węgierska, m. Jan Zberoski (son of Dyonizy Zberoski and Anna Golęmbiewska), d. bef. 1699 B. Zofia Węgierska, d. bef. 1724, m. Jan Kołakowski (son of Jan Kołakowski), d. bef. 1724 C. Jerzy Węgierski D. Wojciech Węgierski 2. Stanisław Węgierski, d. befor 1679, m. Dorota Smolensk Chil.: (see below) 3. Jan Węgierski


STANISŁAW WĘGIERSKI, d. before 1679[1], m. DOROTA SMOLEŃSKA.

REF: [1] Research by Adam A. Pszczółkowski

Children: 1. Bartłomiej Węgierski, d. bef. 1715, m. Angela Glinka Chil: A. Dominik Węgierski B. Wiktoryn Węgierski C. Marianna Węgierska, m. Krzysztof Kosinski D. Franciszek Węgierski, m. Marcjanna Klokocka E. Piotr Węgierski 2. Piotr Węgierski Chil: A. Jerzy Stanisław Węgierski 3. Marcin Węgierski, d. before 1679, m. Anna Wylazłowska, d. bef. 1699 Chil.: (see below)


MARCIN WĘGIERSKI, d. before 1680[1], m. ANNA WYLAZŁOWSKA (dau. of Wojciech Wylazłowski).

REF: [1] Research by Adam A. Pszczółkowski

Children: 1. Adam Węgierski, d. abt. 1695 2. Kazimierz Węgierski, d. aft. 1726, m. 1705 Marcjanna Bagienska, d. aft. 1772 Chil.: (see below)


KAZIMIERZ WĘGIERSKI, d. by 1739[2/122:483], m. MARCJANNA SMOLENSKA (dau. of Tomasz Smolenski).

REF: [1] Research by Adam A. Pszczółkowski
     [2] Ciechanowski Grodzki Perpetuitas (Ciechanow Court Records)
     [3] Przasnyskie Ziemskie Wieczyste (Przasnysz Court Records)

Children: 1. Rozalia Węgierska, d. abt. 1761, m. Franciszek Chrzanowski, d. Bagienice 1791 2. Ewa Węgierska, m(1) Adam Czaplicki, d. by 1753, m(2)[2/127:92] Andrzej Majewski Chil.: A. Mikołaj Czaplicki B. Wojciech Czaplicki C. Justyna Czaplicka, m. Piotr Olkowski[3/24:382]


ŻBIKOWSKI FAMILY

MACIEJ ŻBIKOWSKI, d. bef. 1742[3/122:255], m. MARYANNA BAGIEŃSKA. Maciej also had wives Dorota Czarzasta and Elzbieta Kakowska

Maciej Żbikowski was a resident of Ulatowo-Pogorzel in the parish of Chorzele in the early 1700's. The baptisms of several children are recorded to him and wife Maryanna between the years 1714 and 1727. Maryanna's surname is given in one of the records, but it has so far been too difficult to make out. She was probably a Bagieńska as a court record from 1726 names Jakub Żbikowski of Ulatowo-Pogorzel as the son of Maciej and his wife Marianna Bagieńska[3/87:385]. There was another child born to a Maciej Żbikowski but with wife Dorota in Pogorzel in 1701, so he may have had a previous wife to Maryanna or this could have been some other relation or a mistake in recording.

Court records show us that Maciej was the son of Wojciech[1/22:135 and 3/97:360] who was the son of Marcin[3/101:66 and 1/39:285]. According to a tax record of 1676, there was a widow Żbikowska living alone in Pogorzel.

Court and parish records have been used to create the list of children below. The court records include [1/22:25, 3/122:255, 128/85, and 132/106]. A marriage record from the parish of Węgra in 1751 indicates Marcin Żbikowski, nobleman from Ulatowo-Pogorzel, married Teresa Ostrowska, noblewoman from Borkowo-Boxy and widow of Krosnicki. This Marcin confirmed that he received 180 Zlp. from his 1st paternal nephew Jakub Żbikowski the son of deceased Bartłomiej for mortgaging part of Ulatowo-Pogorzel for 3 years[1/29:163].

REF: [1] Przasnyskie Ziemskie Wieczyste (Przasnysz Court Records)
     [2] Roman Catholic Parish Records Summary Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
         1194872
     [3] Ciechanowski Grodzki Perpetuitas (Ciechanow Court Records)

Children (probably incomplete list, order uncertain): 1. Maryanna, b. 1714[2/B17] 2. Tomasz, m(1) Franciszka Milewska (dau. of Jerzi Milewski and Marianna Czaplicka)[3/129:150], m(2) 1792[1/28:386] Apolonia Kobylinska (dau. of Walenty Kobylinksi) 3. Rozalia, m. Jan Krajewski[3/122:255] 4. Marcin, m. Węgra 1751 Teresa Ostrowska of Borkowo-Boxy[3/132:134] dau. of Stanisław Ostrowski[1/22:135], d. bef. 1782 Chil: A. Łukasz Żbikowski, m.[1/25:111] Felicyanna Rykowska (dau. of Ignacy Rykowski and Rozalia Gadomska) 5. Anna, b. 1724[2/B44] 6. Bartłomiej, b. 1727[2/B53] 7. Jakub[3/122:255]


BARTŁOMIEJ ŻBIKOWSKI, b. 1727, d. bef. 1780, m. Szwejki, Krasne Parish[12] 8 Jul 1754 FRANCISZKA MILEWSKA.

Bartłomiej was alive in 1754[11/128:85] and had children born into the mid 1760's but he was deceased by June 1771 as evidenced by a record listing his sons[11/140:203]. Witnesses to the marriage were Jacenty(?) Olkowski, Pawel Ostaszewki and Stanisław Zbikowski.[13]

REF: [1] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
         0702554 (1808-1812)
     [2] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
         0702551 (1811-1818)
     [3] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
         0702552 (1818-1823)
     [4] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
         0702553 (1824-1825)
     [5] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
         0833047 (1826-1827)
     [6] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
         0723207 (1828-1834)
     [7] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
         0723208 (1835-1841)
     [8] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
         0723209 (1842-1848)
     [9] Roman Catholic Parish Records Summary Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
         1194872
     [10] Przasnyskie Ziemskie Wieczyste (Przasnysz Court Records)
     [11] Ciechanowski Grodzki Perpetuitas (Ciechanow Court Records)
     [12] Geneteka online Polish records site http://www.geneteka.genealodzy.pl
     [13] Krasne Parish Records

Children (possibly incomplete list): 1. Jan, m.[10/26:47] Marcyanna Kobylinska (dau. of Adam Kobylinski)[10/20:203] 2. Jakub, b. abt. 1748, d. Pogorzel 1827[5/D104], m. abt. 1780 Anna Ossowska, b. abt. 1752, d. Pogorzel 13 May 1830[6/D105] Chil. (see below): 3. Alexander, b. abt. 1756[5/D104] m(1) Salomea Gadomska (widow of Waleryan Lipowski), m(2) Pogorzel 1821[3/35:5] widow Rozalia Borucka (dau. of Mateusz Łojewski and Maryanna Kobylenska) Chil: A. Anna, b. abt. 1794, d. Pogorzel 1842[8/17:D23], m. 1809[1/5:6] Grzegorz Mikołaj Smoleński (son of Stanisław Smoleński and Maryanna Ulatowska), b. Kobylak-Korysze abt. 1785, d. Pogorzel 1844[8/19:D29]. He appears to have been the village mayor Chil. (surname Smoleński)(likely some between 1809 and 1819) 1. Teofila Kordula, b. Pogorzel 1819 (couldn't read name on birth record but infer name from marriage record and her age at that time)[3/28:176], m. 1836[7/11:M66] Antoni Miecznikowski (son of Jan Miecznikowski and Katarzyna), b. abt. 1807 2. Domicella, b. Pogorzel 1821[3/34:12], m. 1838[7/13:M43] Jozef Nosarzewski (son of Jan Nosarzewski and Katarzyna Łojewska), b. abt. 1816 3. Zuzanna, b. Pogorzel 1823[3/40:154], d. Pogorzel 1826[5/1:D103] 4? Antoni, b. Pogorzel 1823[3/40:190] 5. Kordula Franciszka, b. Pogorzel 1826[5/1:B54], d. Pogorzel 1830[6/5:D20] 6. Paulina, b. Pogorzel 1828[6/3:B93], d. Pogorzel 1828[6/3:D186] 4. Marcin, b. 1759[9/221] 5. Mateusz, b. 1761[9/242] 6. Felicyan, b. 1766, m. Agnieszka Pszczółkowska Chil. (born in Pogorzel): A. Jan, b. 1793[9/2:69] B. Antonina, b. 1796[9/3:230] C. Bartłomiej, b. 1796[9/3:230] D. Maryanna, b. 1798[9/5:10] E. Katarzyna, b. 1801[9/7:20] F. Pawel, b. 1805[9/7:65] G. Maryanna, b. 1807[9/7:98]


JAKUB ŻBIKOWSKI, b. abt. 1748, d. Pogorzel 1827[5/D104], m(1) abt. 1780 ANNA OSSOWSKA (dau. of Franciszek Ossowski and Salomea), b. abt. 1752, d. Pogorzel 13 May 1830[6/D105].

Only two children of Jakub and Anna have been identified at this time. A court record of 14 January 1780 lists Jakub as son of deceased Bartłomiej and grandson of deceased Maciej Żbikowski. It also gives his wife's father's name as Franciszek Ossowski[10/22:25]. Anna's father's name was listed as Bartłomiej in her death record, but this must have been a mistake because the court record of 50 years earlier is more likely to be correct.

REF: [1] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
         0702554 (1808-1812)
     [2] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
         0702551 (1811-1818)
     [3] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
         0702552 (1818-1823)
     [4] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
         0702553 (1824-1825)
     [5] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
         0833047 (1826-1827)
     [6] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
         0723207 (1828-1834)
     [7] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
         0723209 (1842-1848)
     [8] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
         1194871 (1694-1808)
     [9] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
         1194872 (1694-1808)
     [10] Przasnyskie Ziemskie Wieczyste (Przasnysz Court Records)
     [11] Online Chorzele Parish Records
          http://metryki.genealodzy.pl/metryka.php?ar=6&zs=0107d&sy=1844&kt=3&plik=029-036.jpg#zoom=1.5&x=287&y=0

Children (incomplete list): 1. Wojciech, bap. Pogorzel 22 Apr 1781[8/9:44], d. Pogorzel Apr 1844[11/D29], m(1) 11 Jan 1803 Jozefa Lipowska, d. bef. 1830, m(2) Pogorzel 27 Jun 1830[6/M24] Maryanna Czaplicka (dau. of Maciej Czaplicki and Petronella Morawska), b. Ostrowe-Kopcie abt. 1809. She m(2) Chorzele 1845[7/20:M22] Stanisław Kossakowski 2. Antonina, b. Pogorzel 4 Jun, bap. 5 Jun 1786[9/2:2]


WOJCIECH ŻBIKOWSKI, bap. Pogorzel 22 Apr 1781[11/9:44], d. Pogorzel Apr 1844[13/D29], m(1) 11 Jan 1803[12/6:16] JOZEFA LIPOWSKA (dau. of Waleryan Lipowski and Salomea Gadomska), d. bef. 1830, m(2) Pogorzel 27 Jun 1830[6/M24] Maryanna Czaplicka (dau. of Maciej Czaplicki and Petronella Morawska), b. Ostrowe-Kopcie abt. 1809. She m(2) Chorzele 1845[10/20:M22] Stanisław Kossakowski (son of Anotni Kossakowski and Maryanna _____), b. abt. 1823.

Wojciech Żbikowski was a part owner of Ulatowo-Pogorzel, living in house #15. Jozefa (Lipowska) Żbikowska died prior to 1830, as Wojciech Żbikowski, age 50, remarried in that year to Maryanna Czaplicka.

Wojciech's death was reported on the 18th/30th of April, 1844. The witnesses were Antoni Roman, 34 years old, son-in-law of the deceased and Ignacy Gadomski, 54 years old, a neighbor of the deceased. Wojciech Zbikowski was described as 60 years old, a noble farmer from Pogorzele, the son of the deceased Jakub and his wife Anna Zbikowska, he was born there (Pogorzele) and he leaves a wife Marianna Czaplicka[13/D29].

REF: [1] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
         0702554 (1808-1812)
     [2] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
         0702551 (1811-1818)
     [3] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
         0702552 (1818-1823)
     [4] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
         0702553 (1824-1825)
     [5] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
         0833047 (1826-1827)
     [6] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
         0723207 (1828-1834)
     [7] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
         0723210 (1849-1854)
     [8] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
         0723211 (1855-1860)
     [9] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
         0723212 (1861-1865)
     [10] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
         0723209 (1842-1848)
     [11] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
         1194871 (1694-1808)
     [12] Roman Catholic Parish Records Chorzele, Poland, LDS microfilm
         1194872 (1694-1808)
     [13] Online Chorzele Parish Records
          http://metryki.genealodzy.pl/metryka.php?ar=6&zs=0107d&sy=1844&kt=3&plik=029-036.jpg#zoom=1.5&x=287&y=0

Children (by Jozefa, all born in Pogorzel): 1. Maryanna, bap. Feb 1805[12/7:66], must have d. young 2. Maryanna, bap. 4 Jul 1807[12/7:96(B59)], m. Chorzele Feb 1824[3/43:M6] Franciszek Mlodzianowski (son of Jakub Mlodzianowski and Anna Krajewska), b. Ossowiec-Szlachecki abt. 1797 3. Jozefa, b. 1810[1/4:123], m. Pogorzel 14 Jun 1830[6/M22] Bonifacy Jan Morawski (son of Andrzej Morawski and Maryanna Bóbr), b. Oględa abt. 1811[6/M22] 4. Anna, b. 25 Dec, bap. 26 Dec 1812[2/15:117], d. Pogorzel Dec 1859[8/34:D127], m. Pogorzel 1834[6/M19] Antoni Roman, b. Pogorzel 1810[1/7:106] (son of Jakub Roman and Agnieszka Chodkowska) Chil.: (see Roman Family) 5. Jakub, b. 1818[3/28:54]

Children (by Maryanna): 6. Domicella, b. Pogorzel 5 Aug 1831[6/B139], m. Pogorzel 1849[7/24:M30] Walenty Kossakowski (son of Antoni Kossakowski and Maryanna Dzienkowska), b. abt. 1828 Chil. (surname Kossakowski): A. Kordula, b. Pogorzel 1853[7/28:B150] B. Maryanna, b. Pogorzel 1857[8/32:B172] 7. Teodor Franciszek, b. Pogorzel 1833[6/B166], m. Brzeski 1855[8/30:M25] Franciszka Czaplicka (dau. of Antoni Czaplicki and Franciszka Gadomska) A. Teodor, b. Pogorzel 1857[8/32:B68] B. Jan, b. Pogorzel 1859[8/34:B253] C. Antoni, b. Pogorzel 1862[9/37:B57] D. Franciszek, b. Pogorzel 1864[9/39:B148], d. Pogorzel 1867[7/D34]


THE ŻMIJEWSKI FAMILY

SZYMON ŻMIJEWSKI, d. Żmijewo-Koscielne 1771, m. abt. 1742 MARCIANNA ZAKRZEWSKA (dau. of Stanisław Zakrzewski and Agnieszka Kolakowska). She m(1) abt. 1734 Tomasz Żmijewski, who was the son of Grzegorz[1].

Szymon was the son of Paweł Żmijewski. Marcianna had a brother Wawrzyniec and they must have had a sister who died before 1747 who had married Jan Żmijewski as in 1746 they executed a quitclaim deed with their nephew Szymon Żmijewski, son of Jan, and were listed as his maternal uncle and aunt[2/123:153]. Szymon Żmijewski (our ancestor) resided in Żmijewo-Koscielne[2/123:254]. He was alive in 1770 when his sons Wojciech and Mateusz made a contract[2/139:182].

REF: [1] Research by Polish genealogist Adam Pszczółkowski
     [2] Ciechanowski Grodzki Perpetuitas (Ciechanow Court Records)

Children[1]: 1. Mateusz, b. abt. 1744, d. Borzuchowo-Dacbogi, Grudusk parish 31 Jul 1795, m(1) Ciechanow 12 Jul 1770 Urszula Burkacka (dau. of Walenty Burkacki and Katarzyna Modzelewska), b. prob. Gorysze, Ciechanow parish abt. 1743, d. Borzuchowo-Dacbogi 20 Oct 1782, m(2) Żmijewo parish 26 Feb 1783 EWA RAPACKA, b. abt. 1751, d. prob. Ostrowe-Stanczki, Krzynowłoga Mała 1831 2. Wojciech, b. abt. 1746 3. Bartłomiej, b. abt. 1748 4. Jan, b. 2 Jun 1750 5. Jadwiga, b. 2 Sep 1754


MATEUSZ ŻMIJEWSKI, b. abt. 1744, d. Borzuchowo-Dacbogi, Grudusk parish 31 Jul 1795[1], m(1) Ciechanow 12 Jul 1770[5/37] Urszula Burkacka (dau. of Walenty Burkacki and Katarzyna Modzelewska)[7/150:65], b. prob. Gorysze, Ciechanow parish abt. 1743, d. Borzuchowo-Dacbogi 20 Oct 1782, m(2) Żmijewo parish 26 Feb 1783 EWA RAPACKA, b. prob. Nosarzewo-Polne abt. 1751, d. prob. Ostrowe-Stanczki, Krzynowłoga Mała 1831.

Mateusz was a part owner of Borzuchowo-Dacbogi in the parish of Grudusk. Most of his children were baptized in that parish, but one was baptized in the parish of Żmijewo where his second wife was from. There was a Mateusz Żmijewski who died in Żmijewo in 1798, but our ancestor had died in 1795.

Mateusz was born about 1744, probably in Olszewo-Bolaki in the Żmijewo parish, Mlawa district. The family lived in Borzuchowo-Dacbogi. Urszula Burkacka came from Gorysze in the Ciechanow parish[1]. A court record from 1777 that listed the Burkacki children of Walenty Burkacki included a reference to Mateusz Żmijewski, husband of Urszula Burkacka and son of Szymon[7/147:44].

Ewa Rapacka came from the village of Nosarzewo Polne. Wincenty Rapacki lived in Nosarzewo Polne in the same period, and he married a woman by the name of Marianna Zmijewska. It's possible he could be a brother of Ewa[1].

REF: [1] Research by Polish genealogist Adam Pszczółkowski
     [2] Parish Register of Krzynowłoga Mała, Poland (LDS microfilm
         #0723341, year of 1816-17 marriage record #32)
     [3] Parish Register of Krzynowłoga Mała, LDS microfilm #0723348
         (1861-1865)
     [4] Parish Register of Grudusk, Poland as extracted by Płock
         Archives
     [5] Ciechanow parish records, Marriages 1770-1783
     [6] Przasnyskie Ziemskie Wieczyste (Przasnysz Court Records)
     [7] Ciechanowski Grodzki Perpetuitas (Ciechanow Court Records)

Children (by Urszula)[1]: 1. Salomea, b. Zmijewo parish 15 Oct 1771 2. Stanisław, b. Zmijewo parish 14 Nov 1773 3. Katarzyna, b. abt. 1775 4. Marianna, b. Borzuchowo-Dacbogi 8 Feb 1778, d. 27 Jun 1778 5. Bogumiła, b. Borzuchowo-Dacbogi 13 Dec 1779 6. Marianna, b. Borzuchowo-Dacbogi 26 Mar 1782

Children (by Ewa)[1]: 7. Tomasz, b. Borzuchowo-Dacbogi 12 Dec 1784 8. Andrzej, b. abt. 1787 9. Marianna, b. Borzuchowo-Dacbogi 9 Aug 1789 10. Marcin, b. Borzuchowo, Grudusk 10 Oct (or 12 Nov) 1791[4], d. Borowe Gryki, Krzynowłoga Mała 1865[3], m(1) Ostrowe-Stanczyki, Krzynowłoga Mała 9 Feb 1817[2] Petronella Ostrowska, b. abt. 1786, d.Ostrowe Stanczyki 14 Dec 1822, m(2) 23 Jul 1823 Agnieszka Chrzanowski, d. Borowe Gryki 10 Feb 1844, m(3) 19 Jan 1845 Kunegunda Roman, d. Ostrowe-Stanczyki 1864 Chil.: (see below) 11. Teofila, b. Borzuchowo-Dacbogi 28 Sep 1794


MARCIN ŻMIJEWSKI, b. Borzuchowo, Grudusk, Poland 10 Oct 1791[6], d. Borowe Gryki, Poland 1865[5/D32], m(l) Ostrowe Stanczyki, Poland 9 Feb 1817[1] Petronella Ostrowska (dau. of Jan or Jozef Ostrowski and Dorota Roman), b. Ostrowe-Stanczyki abt. 1786, d. Ostrowe Stanczyki 14 Dec 1822[3/D37], m(2) Ostrowe Stanczyki/Borowe Gryki 23 Jul 1823[3/M19] AGNIESZKA CHRZANOWSKA (dau. of Stanisław Chrzanowski and Eleonora Rudzinska), b. Borowe Gryki abt. 1803, d. Borowe Gryki 10 Feb 1844[4/D18], m(3) Borowe Gryki/Romany Fuszki 19 Jan 1845[4/M6] Kunegunda Gadomska (dau. of Franciszek Roman and widow of Jan Gadomski), d, Ostrowe Stanczyki 1864[5/D1]. She m(l) 1833 Jan Gadomski, d. 10 Feb 1844.

6. Stanisław Żmijewska
b. 21 Oct 1825
Ostrowe-Stanczyki
Krzynowłoga-Mała

d. 21 Oct 1887
Borowe-Gryki
Krzynowłoga-Mała

12. Marcin Żmijewski
b. 1791 Borzuchowo
d. 1865 Borowe-Gryki
24. Mateusz Żmijewski
b. c.1750 d. 1798?
48. Szymon Żmijewski ?-1771
49. Marcjanna Zakrzewska ?-?
25. Ewa Rapacka
b. c.1741 d. prob. 1831
26.
27.
13. Agnieszka Chrzanowska
b. c.1803 Borowe-Gryki
d. 1844 Borowe-Gryki
26. Stanisław Chrzanowski
b. 1780 d. 1830
28. Franciszek Chrzanowski c.1750-1813
29. Franciszka Bystry c.1750-1810
27. Eleonora Rudzinska
b. c.1778 d. 1812
30.
31.

Marcin's birth was recorded in the parish of Grudusk, which is 10 km or so south of Dzierzgowo[6]. His godparents' names were Adam Żmijewski and Katarzyna Żmijewska. There is some confusion as to his mother's name. On his birth record her name is given as Katarzyna, although she is Ewa on her marriage record and the birth records of her other children. Marcin's mother's name is also listed as Katarzyna on his first marriage record.

In November 1831, Marcin was the witness to the death record of Dorota (Rapacka) Żmijewska, age 80, in Ostrowe Stanczyki. Marcin was listed as her son. Was there a mix-up of names on this record, or did Marcin's mother go by two names? Furthermore an Edward Żmijewski married in 1818-19[2/M10] and his parents were listed as Tomasz and Dorota Żmijewski, clearly indicating that Dorota probably belonged to a different family. Therefore maybe my Polish translation skills aren't what I thought they were!

Marcin was living with relatives in Romany-Fuszki at the time of his first marriage in 1817. He then moved to Ostrowe-Stanczyki - likely from the dower of Petronella. He may have been a member of the November Insurrection as after 1831 he appears to have lost all his property apart from a garden in Morawy Wielka. Prior to 1844 he moved to Borowe-Gryki as the dower of Agnieszka.

Marcin's first wife, Petronella, died within hours of the birth of their third child, Lucja, on the same day the baby was baptized. Lucja died a few weeks later. Petronella was the daughter of Jozef Ostrowski and Dorota Roman who were married in Przasnysz 12 Feb 1783. At the time of the marriage Jozef lived in Ostrowy in parish Krzynowłoga Mała and Dorota lived in Kobylaki-Szczepanki, a village in Przasnysz.

It appears that only Stanisław inherited lands from his father, lands that Marcin acquired through the marriage to Stanisław's mother. The rest of Marcin's sons ended up as "rustic farmers", although eldest son Franciszek became a partial squire of Ostrowe-Kopcie probably through his marriage.

The surname Żmijewski is derived from the village of Żmijewo. Żmijewo comes from the word zmija, which means viper. There is a town by this name 20 km southwest of Krzynowłoga Mała, and this may be where our family originated from.

REF: [1] Parish Register of Krzynowłoga Mała, Poland (LDS microfilm
         #0723341, year of 1816-17 marriage record #32)
     [2] Parish Register of Krzynowłoga Mała (LDS microfilm #0723341)
     [3] Parish Register of Krzynowłoga Mała (LDS microfilm #0723342)
     [4] Parish Register of Krzynowłoga Mała (LDS microfilm #0723345)
     [5] Parish Register of Krzynowłoga Mała, LDS microfilm #0723348
         (1861-1865)
     [6] Parish Register of Grudusk, Poland as extracted by Płock
         Archives
     [7] Parish Register of Krzynowłoga Wielka, Poland as extracted
         by Adam Pszczółkowski
     [8] Parish Register of Krzynowłoga Mała, Poland as extracted
         by Adam Pszczółkowski
     [9] Research by Adam Pszczółkowski

Children (by Petronella): 1. Franciszek, b. abt. 1818, m. Ostrowe Stanczyki 1849 Anastazja Katajewicz (widow of Krakowski), became part owner of Ostrowe-Kopcie 2. Bonifacy Norbert, b. Ostrowe Stanczyki 1819 3. Lucja Franciszka, b. Ostrowe Stanczyki 13 Dec 1822, bap. 14 Dec, d. Ostrowe Stanczyki 10 Jan 1823

Children (by Agnieszka): 4. Stanisław, b. Ostrowe Stanczyki 21 Oct 1825[3/B106], d Borowe Gryki 21 Oct 1887, m. Krzynowłoga Wielka. 2 Jun 1844[7/M31], Katarzyna Cecylia Gadomska (dau. of Jozef Gadomski and Maryanna Smoleńska), b. Czaplice-Kurki (Krzynowłoga Wielka parish) Nov 1821 5. Piotr, b. Ostrowe Stanczyki 1828, m. Maryanna Jablecka, moved to Krzynowłoga Wielka parish, moved back to Krzynowłoga Mała parish about 1855 and lived in Krajewo-Wierchiochy Chil.: A) Grzegorz, b. Gadomiec-Jedryki 1851, d. Krajewo-Wierchiochy 1855 probably others 6. Jozef, b. Ostrowe Stanczyki 1831, d. Ostrowe Stanczyki 1854 7. Aleksander Teofil, b. Morawy Wielka 1834, m. Morawy Sliwki/Ostrowo Stanczyki 1861 Agnieszka Borowy (dau. of Felicjan Borowy and Anna Tanska), b. Morawy-Sliwki 1837 Chil.: A. Aleksander, b. Ostrowe-Kopcie 1863, d. Morawy-Sliwki 1864 B. Marceli, b. Morawy Sliwki 1864, d. 1931[8], m. Krzynowłoga Mała 1895[8] Franciszka Golebiewska (dau. of Stanisław Golebiewski and Maryanna Roman), b. Ostrowe-Kopcie 1874 Chil.: 1) Jozefa, b. Ostrowe-Kopcie 1895 2) Franciszek, b. Ostrowe-Kopcie 1897 C. Honorata, b. Wiktorowo 1867[8/B163], m. Krzynowłoga Mała 1894[8] Franciszek Łojewski (son of Paweł Łojewski and Anna Borowy) D. Ludwik, b. Morawy-Sliwki 1869[8/B87], d. Morawy-Sliwki 1870[8/D20] E. Małgorzata, b. Morawy-Kalisze 1872[8/B99], d. Borowe Gryki 1878[8] F. Jan, b. Morawy-Kalisze 1874[8/B167], d. Morawy Sliwki 1875[8] G. Alexandra, b. Borowe-Chrzany 1877[8], d. Borowe Gryki 1878[8] 8. Konstanty, b. Morawy Wielka 1840, d. Morawy Wielka 1841 9. Apolonia, b. 1842, m(1) Ostrowe Stanczyki 1858 Franciszek ¦lusarski (son of Wojciech ¦lusarski & Franciszka Matusiak), b. Romany-Wszebory 1833, d. Borowe-Chrzany 1889, they moved to Goski-Wasosze before 1864, m(2) Konstany Ulatowski, b. Ulatowo-Borzuchy 1858 (son of Jan Ulatowski and Franciszka Czaplicka) Chil.[9]: A. Jozef ¦lusarski, b. Romany-Gorski 1860, d. R-G 1861 B. Zofia ¦lusarska, b. Romany-Gorski 1862, d. Krajewo-Wielkie 1930, m. Krzynowłoga-Mała 1882 Jakub Chmielinski (son of Piotr Chmielinski and Antonina Roman), b. Romany-Zalesie 1848, d. Krajewo-Wielkie 1920. He was a soldier in Russian army Chil.: 1) Jan Chmielinski, b. Borowe-Chrzany 1883, d. Krajewo-Wielkie 1966, m. KM 1912 Bronisława Giewartowska (daughter of Jan Giewartowski), d. 1949 Chil. (surname Chmielinski): a) Jan, b. 1914. He was priest in Baboszewo b) Waclaw, b. 1916 c) Modest, b. 1919 d) Michalina, b. 1921 e) Honorata, b. 1924 f) Walenty, b. 1927 g) Ludwik, b. 1931 h) Mikołaj, b. 1933 i) Adam, b. 1936 2) Zofia Chmielinska, b. Krajewo-Wielkie 1887, d. 1962, m. KM 1909 Alexander Łojewski from Ozumiech 3) Tomasz, b, Krajewo-Wielkie 1900, d. Gora-Kalwaria 1920. He participated in Polish-Bolshevik war 4) Telesfor Chmielinski, b. Krajewo-Wielkie 1903, d. 1989 Chil. (surname Chmielinski): a) Edward, b. 1928 b) Elzbieta, b. 1930 c) Zdzislaw, b. 1936 d) Zygmunt, b. 1938 e) 8 other children who died young C. Małgorzata ¦lusarska, b. Romany-Gorski 1867, m. KM 1887 Jan Chmielinski (son of Piotr Chmielinski and Antonina Roman), b. Krajewo-Wielkie 1858 D. Antoni ¦lusarski, b. R-G 1870, m. Maryanna Roman, b. Romany-Janki abt. 1871 Chil.: 1) Apolonia ¦lusarska, b. & d. Borowe-Chrzany 1892 2) Apolonia ¦lusarska, b. & d. Borowe-Chrzany 1896 3) Pelagia ¦lusarska, b. B-C 1897 E. Ferdynand ¦lusarski, b. R-G 1872, d. B-C 1878 F. Helena ¦lusarska, b. B-C 1874, d. B-C 1878 G. Władysław ¦lusarski, b. B-C 1876, d. B-C 1885 H. Telesfor ¦lusarski, b. B-C 1879 I. Zygmunt ¦lusarski, b. B-C 1881, d. B-C 1883 J. Urszula ¦lusarska, b. B-C 1883, d. B-C 1885


STANISŁAW ŻMIJEWSKI, b. Ostrowe Stanczyki 21 Oct 1825[1], d. Borowe Gryki 21 Oct 1887[4/D128], m. Krzynowłoga Wielka. 2 Jun 1844[4/M31], KATARZYNA CECYLIA GADOMSKA (dau. of Jozef Gadomski and Maryanna Smoleńska), b. Czaplice-Kurki (parish Krzynowłoga Wielka) 21 Nov 1821[3/16:B76].

3. Małgorzata Żmijewska
b. 10 Jul 1847
Borowe-Gryki
Krzynowłoga-Mała

d. 17 Apr 1933
New Britain, CT
USA

6. Stanisław Żmijewski
b. 21 Oct 1825 Ostrowe-Stanczyki
d. 21 Oct 1887 Borowe-Gryki
12. Marcin Żmijewski
b. 1791 Borzuchowo d. 1865 Borowe-Gryki
24. Mateusz Żmijewski c.1750-1798?
25. Ewa Rapacka c.1751-1831?
13. Agnieszka Chrzanowska
b. c.1803 Borowe-Gryki d. 1844 Borowe-Gryki
26. Stanisław Chrzanowski 1780-1830
27. Eleonora Rudzinska c.1778-1812
7. Katarzyna Gadomska
b. 21 Nov 1821 Czaplice-Kurki
d. ?
14. Jozef Gadomski
b. c.1786 d. 1861 Czaplice-Kurki
28. Mikołaj Gadomski c.1749-1836
29. Agnieszka Roman ?-1826
15. Marcyanna Smoleńska
b. c.1794 d. ?
30. Walenty Smoleński ?-1814
31. Ewa Czaplicka c.1765-1832

Stanisław Żmijewski moved at an early age to Borowe Gryki with his family and probably lived there the rest of his life.

REF: [1] Parish Register of Krzynowłoga Mała, Poland (LDS microfilm
         #0723341, year of 1825 birth record #106)
     [2] Parish Register of Krzynowłoga Mała, Poland (LDS microfilm
         #0723345, year of 1847 birth record #77)
     [3] Roman Catholic Parish Records Krzynowłoga Wielka, Poland,
         LDS microfilm 0702669 (1817-1823)
     [4] Research at Pultusk Archives by Adam A. Pszczółkowski

Children: 1 . Walenty, b. Borowe-Gryki 1845, d. Borowe Gryki 1848 2. Małgorzata, b. Borowe Gryki 10 Jul 1847[2], d. New Britain, CT 17 Apr 1933, m. 11 Apr 1874 Ignacy Karol Roman (son of Antoni Roman and Anna Żbikowska), b. Ulatowo-Porgorzel, Chorzele, Poland 5 Nov 1842 3. Jan, b. Borowe Gryki 1849, d. 1850 4. Teodor, b. abt. 1851, m. Płoniawy 1875[4] Maryanna Napiorkowska (widow of Wojciech Chodkowski, d. Chodkowo-Wielkie 1874, and dau. of Antoni Napiorkowski and Wiktorya Stepnowska), b. Mamino, parish Gasewo abt. 1845 5. Saturnin, b. Borowe Gryki 1855 (possibly the namesake of his nephew, Saturnin Roman) 6. Jozef, b. Borowe-Gryki 1857, m(1) Anna Roman (dau. of Antoni Roman and Anna Żbikowska), b. Ulatowo-Pogorzel 1848[4], prob. m(2) Marcella Chmielewska and settled in Ostrowe-Dyle Child by first wife: A) daughter, b. 1884, d. at birth Children by second wife (all born in Ostrowe-Dyle. One of the sons died in WWII, leaving a widow and four children who moved to Przasnysz in 1946[4]): B) Jan Nepomucen, b. 1890 C) Antoni, b. 1892 D) Franciszka, b. 1893 7. Konstanty, b. Borowe Gryki 1860, d. Borowe-Gryki 1863 8. Antonina, b. Borowe-Gryki 1862, d. Borowe-Gryki 1864


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