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hannahdudek



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Post Posted: Wed Apr 04, 2018 10:58 am      Post subject: Birth Request
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Post Posted: Thu Apr 05, 2018 7:15 am      Post subject: Re: Birth Request
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Hi. I would appreciate a translation of my great-great-grandmother's (Agnes Gryszkiewicz) birth record from Punsk. Thank you in advance.


259. Buywiszki. It came to pass on the eighteenth day of July in the year of one thousand eight hundred and thirty-four, at the hour of three in the afternoon, in the Town of Punsk. Appeared personally Ambrozy Gryszkiewicz, a farmer from the Village of Buywiszki, twenty years of age, companioned by Jozef Kupszta, thirty years of age, and Tomasz Staskiewicz, twenty-six years of age, both of them being farmers from the Village of Knopowa*, and he presented to us a baby of the female sex, born on the very same day, at the hour of twelve at noon, from his spouse Helena nee Staskiewicz, twenty-six years of age. The said baby, during the holy baptism, had been given the name Agnieszka and her godparents had been Andrzej Urkunowicz and Krystyna Niewalowa. The present certificate was read aloud to the appearer and the witnesses and subsequently signed, albeit only by myself.

Priest Jozef Szumowicz (signed), Parish Priest of Punsk Parish

NOTES: *The name of this village is not very straightforward due to illegible handwriting and would need to be verified by someone else.
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Post Posted: Thu Apr 05, 2018 9:06 am      Post subject: Thanks
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I was wondering of someone could help me decipher the place of birth of the deceased Johann Bonin. It looks like Wisniewie? Also, is he a widow or is his wife still alive at that time? Thanks so much.


No.53. Osno Dolne. It came to pass on the tenth day of June in the year of one thousand eight hundred and forty-five, at the hour of two in the afternoon, in Sompolno. Appeared personally Michal Bonin, a land agent from Osno Dolne, thirty-two years of age, and Krzysztof Buster, a farmer from Marcinkowo, seventy-seven years of age, and testified that Jan Bonin, a carpenter residing in Osno Dolne, seventy years of age, born in Wisniewo, the son of the Bonins, namely, of the married couple Jakob and Anna, formerly the carpenters, had deceased on the eighth day of June of the current year, at the hour of four in the morning, in Osno Dolne, leaving behind him his widowed wife Rozyna nee Kiser, and his two children. After the departure of Jan Bonin was visually ascertained, the present certificate was read aloud to the appearers, of whom the first was the son and the second an acquaintance of the deceased, and subsequently signed, however only by myself because those who were present did not know how to write.
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Post Posted: Fri Apr 06, 2018 9:33 am      Post subject: Birth records for twin brothers (one of two)
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Hello, could someone translate these two birth records for me at all? They are for twin brothers. Thank you Smile


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Post Posted: Fri Apr 06, 2018 9:36 am      Post subject: Birth records for twin brothers (two of two)
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Hi, please could someone help me translate the second record for twin brothers? Thank you Smile


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Post Posted: Sun Apr 08, 2018 3:32 pm      Post subject: Coat of Arms Document Translation
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I believe this is in Polish. I was trying to see if I could get this translated into English. From what I gather, it is the description of our family's coat of arms. My great-grandfather emigrated to the US with his coat of arms and was supposedly a Count. Also, any knowledge as to what this document would have been used for? Was it to register or prove nobility?

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Post Posted: Sun Apr 08, 2018 6:41 pm      Post subject: Bialek_Mondel Marriage Record
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Hello, I would appreciate a translation of the marriage record for my 2x great grandparents, Jan Bialek and Mondel Agnieszka. This record is in three pages. I am interested in dates and names of family members. Thank you in advance.
Christine



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Post Posted: Wed Apr 11, 2018 8:18 am      Post subject: Re: Bialek_Mondel Marriage Record
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Hello, I would appreciate a translation of the marriage record for my 2x great grandparents, Jan Bialek and Mondel Agnieszka. This record is in three pages. I am interested in dates and names of family members. Thank you in advance.
Christine


17. Wojcin. On this the eighteenth day of the month of November in the year of one thousand eight hundred and sixteen, before me, Parish Priest of Wojcin Parish, performing the duties of a Civil Registrar of Wojcin Commune in Ostrzeszow County within Kalisz Department, personally appeared Jan Bialek who at that time, according to the birth certificate taken out from books of the church in Wojcin, which was submitted to us, was twenty-one years of age, a servant at a vicarage and a farmhand in Wojcin, companioned by his mother Marjanna nee Chalupek, residing in the Village of Zdzar within Wojcin Commune, a widow of the late Jakub Bialek, the father of the appearer, which was proved by means of death certificate taken out from civil registration books of Wojcin Commune, which was showed to us, and the maiden Agnieszka Mendelonka, who was already seventeen years of age, which was proved by means of birth certificate taken out from the ecclesiastical books from Wojcin, which was submitted to us, staying in the parental house, accompanied by her stepfather Jedrzej Kuchta, residing at a farm in the Village of Wojcin, and by her mother Klara nee Masiatek, previously married with Mondelka and currently with Kuchta because, according to the death certificate taken out from the civil registration books from Wojcin, which was submitted to us, the father of the bride, Szymon Mondel, at that time was not alive anymore. The parties present demanded that we proceed to solemnize the marriage ceremony arranged between them, the banns for which had been made in front of our communal house door, that is to say, the first ones on the third and the second ones on the tenth day of November, of the current year, at noon, at the hour of twelve. Since no notification had been conveyed to us about any objections having been raised to contracting the said matrimony, and the mothers of the newlyweds consented to contracting the matrimony, therefore we, acceding to the demand of the parties, after reading all the above-mentioned documents and Section Six of the Napoleonic Code treating of marriage, asked the prospective husband and the prospective wife as to whether they wished to be joined in wedlock, to which each of them, individually, responded that that was their will indeed, and we proclaimed in the name of law that Jan Bialek and the maiden Agnieszka Mondelonka were joined to each other in lawful wedlock. The certificate of that was drawn up in the presence of Jan Lisoski, a forester, thirty-six years of age, and Stanislaw Dziuba, thirty-seven years of age, a farmer, both residing in the Village of Wojcin, as well as in the presence of Tomasz Mondel, forty-four years of age, and Mateusz Mondel, forty years of age, both being paternal uncles of the newlywed Agnieszka Mondelonka and brothers of the deceased Szymon Mondel, both settled at farms in aforementioned Village of Wojcin. The present certificate was read aloud to the appearers and subsequently signed, albeit, since neither of the herein aforementioned persons knew how to write, solely by myself.

Priest Mateusz Lisiecki (signed), Parish Priest in Wojcin, Civil Registrar


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Post Posted: Wed Apr 11, 2018 10:14 am      Post subject: Wigry
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Post Posted: Wed Apr 11, 2018 1:52 pm      Post subject: Translation Please
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Hi, I would like to thank you in advance for the help
in translating my 2x great grandmothers birth notice.



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Post Posted: Wed Apr 11, 2018 10:33 pm      Post subject: Re: Translation Please
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techman wrote:
Hi, I would like to thank you in advance for the help
in translating my 2x great grandmothers birth notice.


Nr. 5 - Bedecz Krukowy
It happened in the village Dabie, on February 10, 1857, at 4 at night (?). Presented himself
Franciszek Walesinski, 'fornal', 30 years old, residing in Bedecz Krukowy, and in the presence
of the witnesses Walenty Olszewski, a worker, 40 years old, and also Walenty Kapelinski, a farmer
40 years old, both residing in Bedecz Krukowy, showed us a child of the feminine sex, born in
Bedecz Krukowy, on 8 of the same month and year, at 8 a.m., of his legitimate wife Teodora nee
Rosciszewska, 30 years old. On the same day the child was baptized and given the name JOZEFA.
Godparents were Andrzej Marek and Maryanna Zywierch? The act was read to the presents, who could
not write.
Father Tomasz Kalafiaszynski (?), rector of Dabie parish and administrator of the civil records.
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Post Posted: Wed Apr 11, 2018 11:10 pm      Post subject: Re: Birth records for twin brothers (two of two)
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Hi, please could someone help me translate the second record for twin brothers? Thank you Smile


180. Kaczy Dól.
It happened in the village (cannot read it. Zerznie?), on September 4th, 1927, at 1 p.m.
Presented himself Wacław Krawcowicz, slusarz, from Kaczy Dól, 28 years old, and in
the presence of Stefan Kruszewski, slusarz from Kaczy Dól, and Ryszard Brejno, montera(?)
from Warsaw, both of age, showed us a child of the masculine sex, born in Kaczy Dól
on August 25 of the same year, at 11 a.m., of his legitimate wife JANINA nee BREJNO,
26 years old. On the same day the child was baptized and given two names BOGDAN-JAN.
Godparents were Stefan Kruszewski and Marya Wąsowska.
Father A. Chabowski

On the second birth:
Child is KAZIMIERZ-WOJCIECH
Godparents are Ryszard Brejno and Marya Łączyńska
The note on the side reads he married to Leokadia Górka in 1962 (either it Feb 6 or June 2)
record 39/62. I cannot read the name of the USC **byce?

Gilberto
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Post Posted: Mon Apr 16, 2018 7:06 am      Post subject: Re: Wigry
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Hi. I would appreciate a translation of my great-great-great-grandparents marriage (Muracki/Zaskiewicz) from Wigry in 1845. Thank you for your help.


14. Village of Nowa. It came to pass on the twenty-eighth day of October in the year of one thousand eight hundred and forty-five, at the hour of three in the afternoon, in Wigry.

We make known that today, in the presence of witnesses Woyciech Izbicki and Adam Danila, both farmers, both fifty years of age and residing in the Village of Nowa, the religious matrimony has been entered into by Jan Muracki, a youth, the son of Jozef Muracki and Nastazya nee Duchowiecki, the farmers residing in the Village of Nowa, twenty years of age, and the maiden Marcela Zaskiewicz, the daughter of Stanislaw Zaskiewicz and Wiktoryia nee Izbicki, the farmers residing in the Village of Nowa, twenty years of age. The said matrimony had been preceded by the triple proclamation of banns, namely on the fifth, the twelfth and the nineteenth day of October of the current year, in the church in Wigry, an by the verbal declaration of consent by both parties, that is to say, by the parents of the newlyweds, witnessing the present marriage certificate. No objections had been raised. No premarital agreement had been made.

The present certificate was read aloud to the appearers and subsequently signed by myself. The witnesses who appeared for {the purpose of drawing up} the certificate did not know how to write.

The marriage ceremony has been performed by Priest F. Naruszewicz, Parish Priest in Wigry.
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Post Posted: Mon Apr 16, 2018 9:25 am      Post subject: Thanks
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Thank you very much for the Muracki marriage translation. I had been trying to locate these family members, and the genealogical information filled in some gaps. Thanks for your help!
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