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Post Posted: Sun Aug 12, 2012 5:35 am      Post subject: Emigration from Dział, Nowy Targ, Poland
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Dział villagers who emigrated to the United States
Based on information found at https://familysearch.org/search/records/index#count=20&query=%2Bresidence_place%3ADzial~&offset=0 and in the Ellis Island database
Note: The database is still under construction. I have just corrected a few obvious misspellings. Any corrections or additions are welcome.

Balkewitschowa Moinka [Monika?] Arrival 28 Apr 1905
Blahuta Josef Arrival 10 Mar 1900
Blahuta Jan Arrival 11 Apr 1901
Blahlopiek Jan Arrival 02 Mar 1904
Bielanski Adam Arrival 03 Mar 1898
Bielonska [Bielanska] Magda Arrival 03 Dec 1899
Biclanski [Bielanski] Felix Arrival 19 May 1905
Bielanski Kaziunex [Kazimierz?] Arrival 04 Apr 1903
Bunyn Agnes Arrival 02 Jun 1907
Dlugopolski Jan Arrival 31 Mar 1907
Dlugopolersy [Dlugopolski] Helene Arrival 03 Dec 1899
Dzielska Filomena Arrival 09 Dec 1899
Dzielska Filomen Arrival 09 Dec 1899
Dzielska Rozalia Arrival 08 Apr 1907
Dzielska [Dzielski] Stanyslaw Arrival 08 Apr 1907
Dzielski Jacenty Arrival 28 Apr 1905
Dzielski Jochan [Johann] Arrival 08 May 1905
Dzielski Stanislaw Arrival 25 Jan 1907
Dzielski Wincenti Arrival 25 Jan 1907
Dzilsky [Dzielski] Jan Arrival 11 Mar 1900
Dzilski [Dzielski] Stanisl Arrival 29 Jan 1900
Dzelsky [Dzielski] Frenz Arrival 10 Mar 1900
Dziaba Maryanna Arrival 10 May 1905
Dziaba Jan Arrival 03 Mar 1898
Figura Auiela [Aniela] Arrival 16 Jun 1900
Hraca Franz Arrival 08 May 1905
Horowitz Samuel Arrival 19 May 1905
Jarkowski Franz Arrival 29 May 1903
Kluska Jakob Arrival 08 May 1905
Kulak Maria Arrival 08 Apr 1907
Krzystyniak Jakob Arrival 19 May 1905
Kumperda [Komperda] Kazimir Arrival 10 Nov 1899
Maschko Siegmund Arrival 28 Apr 1905
Mrozek Agnieszka Arrival 08 Apr 1907
Myrda Stanislaw Arrival 09 Dec 1899
Myrda Teodor Arrival 04 Apr 1903
Pestaczek Anna Arrival 01 May 1900
Palka Antonina Arrival 08 Apr 1907
Patka [Palka?] Mihaly Arrival 11 May 1893
Palka Stanislaw Arrival 19 May 1905
Planta [Plawta] Kath. Arrival 01 May 1900
Rubisz Anton Arrival: 03 Mar 1898
Rubioz [Rubisz] Salomea Arrival 20 Oct 1905
Sukowski Winzent Arrival 12 Jun 1905
Truchon Anna Arrival 02 Jun 1907
Truchon Jan Arrival 02 Jun 1907
Truchan [Truchon] Anton Arrival 03 Nov 1906
Telka [Tylka?] Janos Arrival 25 Dec 1904
Zaramba Jakob Arrival 28 Jun 1899
Zajac Jan Arrival 04 Apr 1903
Zoltek Jan Arrival 19 May 1905

NEW -- info by Willie:
Zareba Jedrej Arrival 8 July 1907 [Also listed as Zaremba, Andrew or Andrej in other documents]
Zareba Jan Arrival 8 July 1907 [Also as Zaremba, John]
(Note by Willie: Found them in the Ellis Island database, but Dzial was mis-spelled as Dziol, Galicia.)


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Post Posted: Mon Aug 13, 2012 12:07 pm      Post subject:
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Zareba, Jedrej 8 July 1907 - Also listed as Zaremba, Andrew or Andrej in other documents
Zareba, Jan 8 July 1907 - Also as Zaremba, John

Found them in the Ellis Island database, but Dzial was mis-spelled as Dziol, Galicia.
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Post Posted: Mon Aug 13, 2012 12:35 pm      Post subject:
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Thank you, Willie!! You have probably seen the "Zaramba, Jakob" who arrived 28 Jun 1899 in the list I made. One of your relatives??
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I have no idea. All we really "know" is that John and Andrew came over as orphans, allegedly, and spent some time with an uncle briefly - name unknown. The uncle apparently wasn't a very nice guy and Andrew didn't talk of him much. John died during WWI, but I've yet to find any record of it. Andrew is my great grandfather.
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Willie Z wrote:
I have no idea. All we really "know" is that John and Andrew came over as orphans, allegedly, and spent some time with an uncle briefly - name unknown. The uncle apparently wasn't a very nice guy and Andrew didn't talk of him much. John died during WWI, but I've yet to find any record of it. Andrew is my great grandfather.

Willie,
I had a look at the July 8, 1907 ship manifest and it indicates that Jan's and Jedrzej's last residence and contact abroad was their grandmother Tekla Zareba in Dzial and their destination in the US Chicago where they were going to join their uncle Mihal or Michal Zareba who lived at 893, W. 17th Street at the time. Their place of birth is given as Dzial in the ship manifest.

So, what you know already is that your great-grandfather was born in Dzial, had a grandmother Tekla Zareba in Dzial in 1907, and an uncle Mihal[y) or Michael Zareba who lived in Chicago in 1907, which is actually not so bad to start with.

If you like, give us a little more information on Jan/John and your great-grandfather Jedrzej/Andrew, e.g. their dates of birth and death, where they settled, names of spouses, etc. Perhaps we will be able to help you with your research.
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Ok, sure.

Both John and Andrew settled in Chicago.

John I know next to nothing about. The only other record I have is from the 1910 census which confirms his age 22, which gives a birth year of 1888. Other than that, it's family stories which say he died in WWI, or was sent back to Poland because he was sick. Stories are sketchy at best.

Andrew I have a bunch more on. He remained in Chicago for the remainder of his life. Born 10 Nov 1892, death 1 Mar 1969. Married Anna Kedzierski 2 July 1913 in St Ann's church. I have some family history on Anna as well, but for Andrew, once I found the place of his birth, I figured I was more or less a dead end until I can muster up a trip to Poland. I did see the grandmother Tekla on the manifest, but being not so familiar with Polish names, I wasn't sure if I had it right or not. I couldn't decipher the Uncle's name on the manifest.
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Willie,
I found your great-grandparents’ (Andrzej Zaremba’s and Anna Kedzierska’s) church marriage record of July 2, 1913, St. Ann Church, Chicago, and have the following information for you: Andrzej’s parents were Stanislaw Zaremba and Katarzyna Jasien, Anna Kedzierska's parents were Jan Kedzierski and Aniela Gorecka. Marriage witnesses were Jan Netz and Maryanna Kedzierska. Source: www.familysearch.org, Illinois, Chicago, Catholic Church Records, 1833-1925, St. Ann (Chicago), Marriages, 1912-1915
I also found your great-grandfather's obituary in the Chicago Tribune Historical Archive. Will write more tomorrow.


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Stanislaw and Katarzyna Jasien are net new info for me. That's truly amazing. You're a wealth of information and it's so kind of you to share. You also have other information from my grandmother's side of the family posted here:

http://forum.polishorigins.com/viewtopic.php?t=698&highlight=gramza

Vincent & Josephine are my Great-Great Grandparents on my grandmother's side.

Vincent & Josephine > Lillian Gramza > Grace Wons = my grandmother
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Willie,
I would like to continue our discussion in the forum section "Villages and towns of our ancestors' origins" -- Dzial near Czarny Dunajec in Malopolskie -- that Shellie started:
http://forum.polishorigins.com/viewtopic.php?t=433&postdays=0&postorder=asc&start=15
Perhaps other members who have ancestors from Dzial will join the discussion, share information, and find possible connections to your Dzial ancestors.
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Here's some that I've found so far.

Myrda Jacob July 3rd 1907
Myrda Jan Feb 2nd 1910
Myrda Jan June 23rd 1901
Myrda Marya Oct 10th 1910
Myrda Antonina Feb 9th 1909
Myrda Piotr Mar 22 1907
Myrda Aniela Dec 11 1912
Myrda Agata Feb 18 1905
Myrda Aniela Oct 25 1913 [technically just traveling through to Welland, Ont]
Myrda Magdalena Oct 25 1913 [travels through to Welland, Ont but then lives in NY later]
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