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Ute
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Post Posted: Thu Oct 31, 2013 2:38 am      Post subject: Emigration from Pieniążkowice in the district of Nowy Targ
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Were your immigrant ancestors from the village of Pieniążkowice? Here is a small list of Pieniążkowice villagers who entered the United States through the port of New York. I'm sure there were more, these are Ellis Island Search Results only:

Name, Year of Arrival, Age at Arrival

Biernat, Rozalia 1904-35 - dest. husband Jozef Biernat, New Salem, PA
Bobak, Franc 1905-23 - dest. brother-in-law Wojciech Komperda, Chicago, IL
Bobak, Maryanna 1905-17 - dest. uncle Jozef Kwak, Chicago, IL
Ceszczarczyk [Leszczarczyk], Marcela 1905-19 - dest. uncle Jozef Kwak, Chicago, IL
Czop, Mathias 1905-36 - dest. brother-in-law Antoni Truhan [Truchan], Buffalo, NY [NJ?]
Fieder [Fiedor?], Mic 1909-19 - dest. uncle Jacenty Zajac, Uniontown, PA
Fiedor, Jan Kantz [Kanty] 1905-39 - dest. brother-in-law Rufus Wawrzyniak, Rosebud, PA
Fiedor, Wladislaw 1905-17 - dest. brother-in-law Stefan Marszalek, Lekrone, PA
Figura, Piotr 1912-25 - dest. brother-in-law Jan Kojnos [?], Buffalo, NJ
Greczek, Agneska 1902- 2 - dest. father Jozef Greczek, Chicago, IL
Greczek, Salomea 1902-30 - dest. husband Jozef Greczek, Chicago, IL
Labuda, Antonina 1909-18 - dest. uncle Andrzej Kesch, Mt. Pleasant, PA
Majchrowicz, Alojgy 1910-26 - dest. brother Mikol. Majchrowicz, Gallitzin, PA
Majchrowicz, Aniela 1910-18 - dest. brother-in-law Mikol. Majchrowicz, Gallitzin, PA
Majchrowicz, Marcela 1904-20 - dest. cousin Magdalena Skupien, Chicago, IL
Marszalek, Wojciech 1905-40 - dest. acq Wojciech Marszalek, Lekrone, PA
Sabczok,Antonina 1905- 2 - dest. husband Jozef Sobczak, Gallitzin, PA
Sabczok,Kataryna 1905-40 - dest. father Jozef Sobczak, Gallitzin, PA
Skupien, Julia 1904-17 - dest. sister Magdalena Skupien, Chicago, IL
Smolen, Lukasz 1909-32 - dest. father-in-law Jancanty Zajac, Lambert, PA
Swietek, Wiktorya 1905-19 - dest. uncle Jozef Kwak, Chicago, IL
Tiedor [Fiedor], Jacek 1905-25 - dest. brother Jan Fiedor, New Salem, PA
Zajac, Jacenty 1902-35 - dest. brother-in-law Jozef Gal, Kolport, PA
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Post Posted: Fri Dec 13, 2013 12:52 am      Post subject:
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Ute, this is great information!
If anyone wants to read more about Pieniazkowice, check out this thread:

http://forum.polishorigins.com/viewtopic.php?p=12395
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Post Posted: Sat Jan 02, 2016 6:44 pm      Post subject: Re: Emigration from Pieniążkowice in the district of Nowy Ta
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Ute wrote:
Were your immigrant ancestors from the village of Pieniążkowice? Here is a small list of Pieniążkowice villagers who entered the United States through the port of New York. I'm sure there were more, these are Ellis Island Search Results only:

Name, Year of Arrival, Age at Arrival


Fieder [Fiedor?], Mic 1909-19 - dest. uncle Jacenty Zajac, Uniontown, PA
Fiedor, Jan Kantz [Kanty] 1905-39 - dest. brother-in-law Rufus Wawrzyniak, Rosebud, PA
Fiedor, Wladislaw 1905-17 - dest. brother-in-law Stefan Marszalek, Lekrone, PA

Smolen, Lukasz 1909-32 - dest. father-in-law Jancanty Zajac, Lambert, PA

Zajac, Jacenty 1902-35 - dest. brother-in-law Jozef Gal, Kolport, PA



Jacenty Zajac is my 2nd great grandfather His passage in 1902 is listed at the bottom of the list. In 1909,
Mic (Michael?) Fieder (Fiedor) also from Pieniazkowice is going to see his uncle, Jacenty Zajac. So Michael's
mother would be Jacenty's wife's sister or Jacenty' sister. Please respond if you have any information on Michael's
parents. On Michael's passage, the nearest relative he left behind, was his father Wincenty Fieder (Fiedor).
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Post Posted: Thu Jan 28, 2016 8:06 pm      Post subject:
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Jacenty Zajac, b 1867 from Pienaskowice, first wife was Malgorzata. His second wife was Agnieska, b about 1856.
Her passage on Ellis Island, Nov 1903, shows she is going to her husband Jacenty Zajac, Lambert, PA (near Uniontown).
Pienaskowice was misspelled on the manifest, so it wasn't caught in the original search. Age 47, passage in 1903.

Also, note Lukasz is going to see father-in-law, Jan Kanty (Jacenty?) Zajac in Lambert, PA. 1909. I know he has 2 daughters and
they did not marry Lukasz Smolen, so I am led to believe he is the son of Jacenty's second wife Agnieska.
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Post Posted: Wed Jan 10, 2018 5:15 pm      Post subject:
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Hi,

I know about 2 Skupień brothers who emigrated to USA.

Karol Skupień (born 4 II 1893 Pieniążkowice)

Per Ellis Island, arrival Aug 4 1910
5 VIII 1910
New York, New York, USA; from Hamburg, Germany aboard President Lincoln

Wojciech Skupień (born 26 III 1883 in Pieniążkowice)

Arrival from Bremen, Germany on the Barbarossa
12 III 1903
New York, NY

More information at myheritage.

Both were brothers of my GreatGrandFather.

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Taddys
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Post Posted: Wed Jan 10, 2018 6:25 pm      Post subject:
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Hi Taddys!

I don't have a subscription to MyHeritage, so I was unable to view your tree. Do you have Jan Skupień in your records, married to Regina Brzeźniak? I do not have any further information about him, but I think he might be from Pieniążkowice.

I have a connection in my family tree to Jan Skupień . My ancestor Rosalia Kulawiak, (daughter of Jan Kulawiak and Agnes Figus) born 1835 in Odrowaz Podhalanski, married Michal Skupień, son of Jan Skupień and Regina Brzeźniak. I THINK Michal was born in Pieniążkowice.

I have the following children of Michal Skupień and Rosalia Kulawiak born in Odrowaz:
06 NOV 1870 Andrzej Skupień
24 FEB 1873 Agnieszka Skupień (died 1874)
21 FEB 1875 Maciej Skupień
01 APR 1877 Agnieszka Skupień

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Taddys wrote:
Hi,

I know about 2 Skupień brothers who emigrated to USA.

Karol Skupień (born 4 II 1893 Pieniążkowice)

Per Ellis Island, arrival Aug 4 1910
5 VIII 1910
New York, New York, USA; from Hamburg, Germany aboard President Lincoln

Wojciech Skupień (born 26 III 1883 in Pieniążkowice)

Arrival from Bremen, Germany on the Barbarossa
12 III 1903
New York, NY
More information at myheritage.
Both were brothers of my GreatGrandFather.

Best,
Taddys
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Taddys



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Post Posted: Thu Jan 11, 2018 7:02 am      Post subject:
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Hi Shellie,

I have 2 records in my tree (direct ancestors) with name Jan. Both don't fit to your tree.

1. my GreatGrandFather, born 1880 in Pieniążkowice, he's left Pieniążkowice and moved to Eastern Borderlands and there settled.
2. my 3xGreatGrandFather, born 1827 in Pieniążkowice, married with Anna maiden Karwaczka.

But...

I've looked into my photos (* disclaimer below) from my last visit in Pieniążkowice and found another Jan. He also born in 1827. Jan son of Adalbert (Wojciech). Your Jan should be older or Michal was younger than Rosalia (she gave birth very late so maybe Michal was second husband?)

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Taddys

*) it doesn't mean that there is no other Jans. During visit I've just focused only on my direct line.
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Post Posted: Mon Mar 18, 2019 7:28 pm      Post subject: Skupiens in Odrowaz
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My first post here! I'm amazed at the wealth of information you provide.

My grandmother Aniela Skupien, emigrated to the US from Odrowaz in 1913. Here is what I know for sure:

ANIELA MARY SKUPIEN-CZERMAK (my grandmother)

Birth: 8 Dec 1894
Odrowaz, Austria, Poland GALICIA
Baptism: 11 Dec 1894, Odrowaz, Austria, Poland

Father: Jozef Skupien, b. 1863 Pieniazkowice, Poland, d. Nov 1940 Podole, Poland
Mother: Mary Hosana-Skupien, b. 1874 Odrowaz, Poland, d. May 1962, Podole, Poland
Married: 1893

Maternal Grandfather: (1st name unknown) Hosana, b. 1848, Odrowaz, Poland
Maternal Grandmother: Agnieszka Mikos-Hosana, b. 1852, Odrowaz, Poland
Maternal Aunt: Jostyna Hosana, b. 1876, Odrowaz, Poland

Siblings: Anna, b. 1896, Ordowaz, Poland, d. 1984, Podole, Poland
Jan, b. 1899, Odrowaz, Poland, d. 1964, Podole, Poland
Franciszka, b. 1909, Odrowaz, Poland, d. April 1992, Wielogkowy, Poland
Agnieszka, b. 1911, Odrowaz, Poland, d. Nov 1992, Yastrzebia, Poland

My grandmother married Jozef Czermak who was born November 1889 in Ojcow or Lofzno. His parents were Jacob Czermak. Mother: Mary Wlodjek-Czermak.

Does this ring a bell for anyone? I would welcome any input or comments you may have.

Also, I scoured the Polish book about this area and found many Skupiens, some Mikos and a few Hosanas.

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Kathy
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Post Posted: Mon Mar 18, 2019 9:09 pm      Post subject: Re: Skupiens in Odrowaz
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Hi Kathy,
You have come to the right place! You have a lot of information about your grandmother's family compared to what many of us started out with when we began our search.

I am very excited to see that your ancestors were in Podole. My family left Odrowaz and lived in Podole for a few years. My grandfather's sister and brother were born there. I cannot figure out what drew them to Podole. Interestingly, there were several families from Odrowaz, Pieniazkowice who went to Podole.

I can help you with more information. Check your private messages.
Welcome to Polish Origins - When I created my posts here 10 years ago, it was my hope to reach people like you whose ancestors were from my family village. Thank you for posting!

Kind Regards,
Shellie


Atlanta Kathy wrote:
My first post here! I'm amazed at the wealth of information you provide.

My grandmother Aniela Skupien, emigrated to the US from Odrowaz in 1913. Here is what I know for sure:

ANIELA MARY SKUPIEN-CZERMAK (my grandmother)

Birth: 8 Dec 1894
Odrowaz, Austria, Poland GALICIA
Baptism: 11 Dec 1894, Odrowaz, Austria, Poland

Father: Jozef Skupien, b. 1863 Pieniazkowice, Poland, d. Nov 1940 Podole, Poland
Mother: Mary Hosana-Skupien, b. 1874 Odrowaz, Poland, d. May 1962, Podole, Poland
Married: 1893

Maternal Grandfather: (1st name unknown) Hosana, b. 1848, Odrowaz, Poland
Maternal Grandmother: Agnieszka Mikos-Hosana, b. 1852, Odrowaz, Poland
Maternal Aunt: Jostyna Hosana, b. 1876, Odrowaz, Poland

Siblings: Anna, b. 1896, Ordowaz, Poland, d. 1984, Podole, Poland
Jan, b. 1899, Odrowaz, Poland, d. 1964, Podole, Poland
Franciszka, b. 1909, Odrowaz, Poland, d. April 1992, Wielogkowy, Poland
Agnieszka, b. 1911, Odrowaz, Poland, d. Nov 1992, Yastrzebia, Poland

My grandmother married Jozef Czermak who was born November 1889 in Ojcow or Lofzno. His parents were Jacob Czermak. Mother: Mary Wlodjek-Czermak.

Does this ring a bell for anyone? I would welcome any input or comments you may have.

Also, I scoured the Polish book about this area and found many Skupiens, some Mikos and a few Hosanas.

Regards
Kathy
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