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marksmt



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Post Posted: Wed Apr 10, 2019 10:30 am      Post subject: Extra
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Hi marcelproust, you mentioned that I uploaded the beginning of #14 and the end of #15, but the records are not properly indexed. For some reason, Sejny tends to have multiple indexes going that are completely out of order (up to four different indexes mixed with each other). I'm uploading the full images, so you can see that #14 (Szymon Gryszkiewicz) is followed by #16 without any #15 between. You can see that #14 is preceded by #21, which doesn't make much sense. Yet, the page numbers themselves are in order (80, 81, 82, 83, etc). Thanks.

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Post Posted: Thu Apr 11, 2019 2:15 pm      Post subject: Polish Translations
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Could someone please translate this entry for a marriage record.

thanks much,

mike
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Post Posted: Thu Apr 11, 2019 3:41 pm      Post subject: marriage translation
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Could someone translate this marriage record for Pietraszek/Kolodziej, I do have the link if the copy is not adequate.

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Post Posted: Thu Apr 11, 2019 4:15 pm      Post subject:
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Mike, I think the Pietraszek/Kolodziej marriage record is in Russian not in Polish based on the the way it is written and the on the time period. The Lublin area was under Russian control and records from around 1868 until around WWI were in Russian. There is thread for Russian records translation https://forum.polishorigins.com/viewtopic.php?t=3525
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Post Posted: Thu Apr 11, 2019 4:31 pm      Post subject: pietraszek/Sobotka Surnames
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Thanks, I will repost it.
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Post Posted: Sat Apr 13, 2019 12:30 pm      Post subject: Marriage Record Translation Szostek/Marchewka
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Hello,

I would greatly appreciate it if someone could translate the marriage record of my Great, Great Grand parents. Thank you!

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http://metryki.genealodzy.pl/metryka.php?ar=13&zs=0629d&sy=1851&kt=2&plik=004.jpg#zoom=1&x=1632&y=1309

Charles



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Post Posted: Tue Apr 16, 2019 2:47 am      Post subject: Re: Extra
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marksmt wrote:
Hi marcelproust, you mentioned that I uploaded the beginning of #14 and the end of #15, but the records are not properly indexed. For some reason, Sejny tends to have multiple indexes going that are completely out of order (up to four different indexes mixed with each other). I'm uploading the full images, so you can see that #14 (Szymon Gryszkiewicz) is followed by #16 without any #15 between. You can see that #14 is preceded by #21, which doesn't make much sense. Yet, the page numbers themselves are in order (80, 81, 82, 83, etc). Thanks.




i think i know why these numbers are not in order. its because its not the act number. this numbers show the parish population divided to: jews, peasants, city residents and noblemans.
In this marriage there were 2 peasants:


Peasants
number and residence: 14, Reszecie



It happened on the 21st day of November 1813. In front of Us, Sejny church vicar, serving as Civil Registrar for Sejny commune, Sejny county in Łomża department appeared:

Szymon Gryszkiewicz, a young man, 23 years old according to a baptism certificate from Sejny church baptism books from 3rd day of October 1790, living with his parents, in the presence of his father Jan Gryszkiewicz, living on the farm in the village Wilkopedzie and his mother Reina nee Niewut

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Agata Mularska, a miss, 24 years old according to a baptism certificate from Sejny church baptism book from 30th day of January 1789, living in her family house with parents, in the presence of her father Stefan Mularski, farmer living in the village Reszecie and her mother Marianna nee Liszkowska.






The parties who presented themselves demand that we begin the wedding ceremony arranged between them which banns were made in front of the doors of our community house, it is:

first on the 3rd day of October
second on the 10th day of October

of the current year both at noon.

We were not informed of any marriage obstacles. Newlyweds in Our presence made the Act of Respect to their parents so the parents allowed for this marriage.
Accepting the demand of the parties, after reading all the before mentioned papers and the sixth part of the Civil Code titled: About marriage, we asked the future husband and the future wife if they want to join themselves with each other in the union of marriage. When each of them separately asnwered to it that such is their will we proclaim in the name of the law that:

Szymon Gryszkiewicz, a young man and Agata mularska, a miss are connected with each other by the bond of marriage of which we wrote a document in the presence of: Andrzej Łukaszewicz, 37 years old, groom's brother in law and Adam Waźnial, 22 years old, groom's first cousin (aunt's son), both farmers from the village Żwikiele and Wincenty Czunis, 30 years old, farmer from the village Puniszki, bride's first cousin (aunt's son) and Jonasz Chmielewski, 50 years old, farmer from the village Jodeliszki, bride's neighbour
This act was read aloud to the present and signed by us, civil registar, the other persons mentioned in this act are illiterate.

priest Hipolit Charmałowicz, Civil Registrar.



it was hard to find Reszecie on the map but i have finaly found it:



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Post Posted: Tue Apr 16, 2019 10:09 am      Post subject: Thanks
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Thank you for the translation and insight into the Gryszkiewicz marriage. That makes sense about the four categories based on demographics. I was thinking it may have something to do with Parish clusters, such as four different clusters of villages that make up that Parish collective. Your idea makes more sense. Also thanks for taking the time to look up the village on the map. I appreciate it. Thanks.
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Post Posted: Wed Apr 17, 2019 2:16 pm      Post subject: Polish death record 1853 #26
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Hi,
I would appreciate a translation of this death record of Maryanna Kryger.
Thank you for your help.
Helli



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Post Posted: Wed Apr 17, 2019 2:44 pm      Post subject: Postcard Translation Help
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Could someone please help me with the translation of this old postcard?

Thank you very much,

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Post Posted: Wed Apr 17, 2019 9:35 pm      Post subject: Pietraszek /Sobotka Surnames
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Having a bit of confusion with dates matching up. Could someone translate the death record 1924 of my Great Grandfather, Wawrzyniec Pietraszek. Thinking that his birthdate, and place in this record could help me confirm the right person.

thanks very much,

Mike



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Post Posted: Thu Apr 18, 2019 3:40 am      Post subject: Re: Pietraszek /Sobotka Surnames
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dano wrote:
Having a bit of confusion with dates matching up. Could someone translate the death record 1924 of my Great Grandfather, Wawrzyniec Pietraszek. Thinking that his birthdate, and place in this record could help me confirm the right person.

thanks very much,

Mike



159
Łęczyca
Wawrzyniec Pietraszek

It happened in the city bychawa on the 20th day of october 1924 at 10 a.m. Appeared Michał Klimek and Wojciech Skoczylas, both of age,fornals (hired farm workers using horses for work) from łęczyca and they informed that yesterday at 3 a.m. died in Łęczyca Wawrzyniec Pietraszek, 82 years old, resident of Zakrzówek commune, born in Zakrzówek, son of Franciszek and Agnieszka nee Paciorek, spouses Pietraszek. He left his widowed wife Zofia nee Bystryk.
After eye belief about Wawrzyniec Pietraszek this act was read aloud to the witnesses and signed by Us.

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Post Posted: Thu Apr 18, 2019 9:05 am      Post subject:
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Thank you very much Marcel

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Post Posted: Thu Apr 18, 2019 11:09 pm      Post subject: Pietraszek /Sobotka Surnames
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Marcel,

Could you please translate these two attached records for Jozefa, one birth and the other death record.

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Post Posted: 7 Days ago at 8:21 am      Post subject: Re: Pietraszek /Sobotka Surnames
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dano wrote:
Marcel,

Could you please translate these two attached records for Jozefa, one birth and the other death record.

thanks much,
mike


279. It came to pass on the thirteenth day of December in the year of nineteen forty-three, at the hour of seventeen, in Lublin. Appeared personally Stanislaw Lukasik and Mieczyslaw Bielinski, both of them being labourers of full age residing in Lublin, and jointly testified that Jozefa Lukasik nee Pietraszek, a domestic worker, seventy-three years of age, born in Sulow within Janow Lubelski County and residing in Lublin, the daughter of the Pietraszeks, namely the married couple Wawrzyniec and Agnieszka, had deceased the day before, at the hour of six, in Lublin, leaving behind her her widowed husband Jozef. After the death of Jozefa Lukasik was ascertained, the present certificate was read aloud to the appearers and subsequently signed by myself and them.
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