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Somebody



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Post Posted: Thu Sep 03, 2015 1:49 pm      Post subject:
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Use this site - http://regestry.lubgens.eu/
For example there is a marriage record of Andrzej Walilko and Barbara Kurzyp in 1922 in Krzeszow parish.

I have difficulties using polish diacritics on this board.
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Post Posted: Thu Sep 03, 2015 8:20 pm      Post subject:
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Hello and thank you all for your help!
Is anyone able to translate Russian/Cyrillic? I think I have found my great grandmother's birth certificate but I can't read it.

http://fotolubgens.lubgens.eu/krzeszow/1885/_03509.jpg

It should be birth information for Barbara Kurzyp.

Much appreciated!
David
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Post Posted: Fri Sep 04, 2015 1:25 am      Post subject:
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record no. 130
21 Nov (3 Dec) - the second date is "ours" 1885, Krzeszow
father - Michal (Michael) Kurzyp, 37 years old, peasant from Krzeszow Gorny (Upper Krzeszow)
mother - Antonina Szempruch, 25 years old
Barbara was born 20 Nov (2 Dec) 1885 in Krzeszow Gorny
godparents - Wojciech Brzyski, Rozalia Pentalowa
witnesses - Andrzej Brzyski, 30 years old and Micha
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Post Posted: Tue Jun 05, 2018 6:30 pm      Post subject: Walilko Family from Krzezsow Gorny
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Hello, I am related to Walilko's who came from Krzezsow Gorny.

My great grandfather, Maciej Walilko and his brother Wojciech Walilko came to Detroit around 1909. Maciej lists his birthplace as Krzezsow on his immigration papers. On his WW1 draft registration he lists it more specifically as Jasiennik Stary. On his marriage record to my great grandmother Apolonia Dzbanski, he lists his parents names as Anerzej and Sophia. He was born around 1890 and spoke Polish and Russian. Looking for more information on the Walilko family in Poland. The family story is that he and his brother were orphaned.
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