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janedufault
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Post Posted: Thu Sep 06, 2018 6:43 pm      Post subject: Dziedzic family in Skurowa
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I am trying to find descendants of the Dziedzic family in Skurowa, Poland. I have been researching my Polish grandparents since 2014. My grandmother, Victoria Dziedzic was born in Skurowa in 1881. This is what I know so far:
• Victoria’s parents were Stanislaus Dziedzic and Magdalena Ksiazek. I have not found Stanislaus’ or Magdalena’s birth records yet.
• Victoria had nine siblings. She was the second child of Stanislaus and Magdalena. (These children are listed in Poland, Tarnow Roman Catholic Church Books 1612-1900 on Familysearch.org) All were born in Skurowa, Poland and were baptized in Przeczyca, Krakow, Poland.

 Mariana b. Jan. 8, 1879 *These birth dates might be baptismal dates.
 Victoria b. June 7, 1881 (My paternal grandmother)
 Anna b. Aug. 24, 1884
 Marianna b. June 5, 1887
 Sophia b. March 3, 1890
 Josepha b. May 14, 1899
 Aldabertus b. March 3, 1901
 Jacobus b. July 16, 1902
 Michael b. Aug. 31, 1905
 Franciscus b. Feb. 2, 1908
• Victoria immigrated to Ellis Island in New York City arriving on Feb. 24, 1900 and came to Fall River, Massachusetts
• Victoria met Joseph Ziemba (my paternal grandfather) and got married May 22, 1902 in Fall River, Mass. Their
name was Americanized and eventually changed to Zembo.
• Victoria had two siblings that came to the United States. Anna Dziedzic arrived at Ellis Island on April 4, 1903. She married Martin Chichlowski. Sophia arrived at Ellis Island in 1907 and married Andrew Lysyj on Nov. 16, 1910.

• I believe the other siblings remained in Poland. I’m thinking the first Mariana might have died young which is why there was a “second” female named Marianna. I was able to obtain a picture, (File Zembo 2 below) that shows her parents, Stanislaus and Magdalena and four of the Dziedzic children. The notation on the picture read:

(children standing left to right) Frank, John,(both were killed in the war),
Michael (who lived until his 90’s) and Veronica. I have not been able to = find a
“Veronica.” Seated…Stanislaus Dziedzic and Magdalena Ksiazek

I recently found a few more pictures in an old family album. (File below...Grandma Zembo's family pic 3). I strongly believe they are Victoria Dziedzic 's family. If anyone recognizes or can identify anyone in these photos, please contact me. I would appreciate any help I can get in locating any possible living descendants of my relatives.

Thank you,
Jane Dufault
Westport, Massachusetts USA



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Post Posted: Fri Sep 07, 2018 8:33 am      Post subject: Re: Dziedzic family in Skurowa
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janedufault wrote:
I am trying to find descendants of the Dziedzic family in Skurowa, Poland. I have been researching my Polish grandparents since 2014. My grandmother, Victoria Dziedzic was born in Skurowa in 1881. This is what I know so far:
• Victoria’s parents were Stanislaus Dziedzic and Magdalena Ksiazek. I have not found Stanislaus’ or Magdalena’s birth records yet.
• Victoria had nine siblings. She was the second child of Stanislaus and Magdalena. (These children are listed in Poland, Tarnow Roman Catholic Church Books 1612-1900 on Familysearch.org) All were born in Skurowa, Poland and were baptized in Przeczyca, Krakow, Poland.

 Mariana b. Jan. 8, 1879 *These birth dates might be baptismal dates.
 Victoria b. June 7, 1881 (My paternal grandmother)
 Anna b. Aug. 24, 1884
 Marianna b. June 5, 1887
 Sophia b. March 3, 1890
 Josepha b. May 14, 1899
 Aldabertus b. March 3, 1901
 Jacobus b. July 16, 1902
 Michael b. Aug. 31, 1905
 Franciscus b. Feb. 2, 1908
• Victoria immigrated to Ellis Island in New York City arriving on Feb. 24, 1900 and came to Fall River, Massachusetts
• Victoria met Joseph Ziemba (my paternal grandfather) and got married May 22, 1902 in Fall River, Mass. Their
name was Americanized and eventually changed to Zembo.
• Victoria had two siblings that came to the United States. Anna Dziedzic arrived at Ellis Island on April 4, 1903. She married Martin Chichlowski. Sophia arrived at Ellis Island in 1907 and married Andrew Lysyj on Nov. 16, 1910.

• I believe the other siblings remained in Poland. I’m thinking the first Mariana might have died young which is why there was a “second” female named Marianna. I was able to obtain a picture, (File Zembo 2 below) that shows her parents, Stanislaus and Magdalena and four of the Dziedzic children. The notation on the picture read:

(children standing left to right) Frank, John,(both were killed in the war),
Michael (who lived until his 90’s) and Veronica. I have not been able to = find a
“Veronica.” Seated…Stanislaus Dziedzic and Magdalena Ksiazek

I recently found a few more pictures in an old family album. (File below...Grandma Zembo's family pic 3). I strongly believe they are Victoria Dziedzic 's family. If anyone recognizes or can identify anyone in these photos, please contact me. I would appreciate any help I can get in locating any possible living descendants of my relatives.

Thank you,
Jane Dufault
Westport, Massachusetts USA


Jane,
Found in Nasza Klasa, a polish social network.

Gilberto



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Post Posted: Fri Sep 07, 2018 11:07 am      Post subject: Dziedzic family in Skurowa
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Thank you SO much Gilberto! Another lead....I will try to contact these individuals.

Jane
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