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Post Posted: Tue Jun 08, 2021 7:13 pm      Post subject: Re: Translation Wigry Marriage Rozalia Bogdan and Jakub Lore
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Please hlep with possible translation:
1819 Wigry
Jakub Lorens -parents Jakub and Dorota Brzozowska and Rozalia Bogdan - Parents Jan and Elzbieta Malinkowska
It appears It is Scan 31
Although there are similar names on the previous scan - 30.
It appears Rozalia is related to Tomasz Bogdan(owicz) son of Jan and Elzbieta
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Matt


I am working on it.
the first scan in the marriage record and the second scan in the document for the banns of marriage.


Nr 28
Ciemny Lasek

In the year of 1819, on November 24th, at 5 p.m., in front of Us, the Civil Registar for the commune of Wigry, in the county of Dąbrowa, in the voivodeship of Augustów, appeared:

Jakub Lorens, a single man, who according to the birth certificate, extracted from the church register of the Berżniki parish, is 19 years old, farmer living in the town of Sejny, who appeared in the assistance of his mother, Dorota Lorens nee Brzozowska

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Rozalia Bogdan, a miss, who proved Us her age with the birth certificate, extracted from the church register of the Wigry parish, 18 years old, who lives in her parents' house. She appeared in the assistance of her parents, Jan Bogdan and Elżbieta Bogdan nee Malinowska, who live luźno* in the uroczysko (term explained in my previous translation) Ciemny Lasek.



The present parties demand Us to celebrate the marriage they arranged between themselves, whose announcements came out in front of the main door of our commune house, it is: the first one on Nocember 14th and the second on November 21st of the current year, at 12 o'clock at noon. When no opposition to the marriage had happed, and the parties hereby present do allow to the rite of marriage, We acceede therefore to the demand of parties, after reading all the above mentioned papers as well as the sixth Charper of the Civil Code titled "On marriage", We asked the future spouse (him) and the future spouse (her), if they want to connect to each other by the union of marriage? When every one separately answered they so wish, we therefore declare in the name of the law, that

Jakub Lorens, a single man and Rozalia Bogdan, a miss are connected to each other with the node of marriage, what we wrote down in this Act, in consciousness of:

Andrzej Orzechowski, 30 years old, Romaldy Chrulski, 23 years old, Tadeusz Smoleński, 50 years old and Jan Bobrukiewicz, 50 years old, all farmers who live in the uroczysko Ciemny Lasek, located in the commune of Wigry.

This Act was read to the present and was siged by Us, Civil Registrar, because the persons mentioned in this Act were illiterate.

Priest Feliks Naruszewicz, serving as Civil Registrar.


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luźno*: adverb, literaly it means: loosely.

Former Poland was a country in which there was a clear state division. There were, however, numerous masses of people who did not fit into the established division into basic states: nobles, townsmen and peasants. These people were called: luźni.
Their living conditions and customs were largely different to those of the serfs. They enjoyed considerable freedom, they were not assigned to the land. However, their living conditions were usually much worse than the last ones.

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Post Posted: Wed Jun 09, 2021 11:19 pm      Post subject: Polish Record Translation
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G'day Marcel

Can you please translate the attached death record.



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Post Posted: Thu Jun 10, 2021 3:34 am      Post subject: Re: Polish Record Translation
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G'day Marcel

Can you please translate the attached death record.

Nr 66
Pamięcin

In the year of 1821, on November 21st, at 9 a.m., in front of Us, the undersigned Civil Registrar for the commune of Pamięcin, located in the district and voivodeship of Kalisz, appeared: Stefan Przybylak, 46 years old and Walenty Szymczak, 40 years old, both farmers living in the village of Pamięcin and they declared Us that on the 20th day of the current month and year, at 11 a.m., died of shortness of breath: Katarzyna Chalka, 70 years old. She died in the house number 2, which I wrote down in this record and when none of the declarants was literate, this act was read and signed by Us.

Priest Jan Borzych.

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Good morning!
I am excited that I found a record of my ancestor Friedrich Ernst Magdalinski born in Lauenburg, Pommern and died in Warsaw. Unfortunately I am having trouble reading most of it. Could someone please provide a translation? It is record 256. It would be greatly appreciated! Thank you- Heidi Steeves



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Good morning!
I am excited that I found a record of my ancestor Friedrich Ernst Magdalinski born in Lauenburg, Pommern and died in Warsaw. Unfortunately I am having trouble reading most of it. Could someone please provide a translation? It is record 256. It would be greatly appreciated! Thank you- Heidi Steeves


Nr 256

It happened in Warszawa, on November 17th, 1835, at 2 p.m.
Appeared JPan*, Henryk Welker, hat manufacturer in Warszawa, 54 years old and JPan Franciszek Szpecht, master miller in Warszawa, 47 years old and they declared that yesterday, at 12 o'clock at noon, died in the house number 383, located at Krakowskie Przedmieście street: JPan Ernest Fryderyk Magdaliński, citizen and hat manufacturer in Warszawa, who was born in the town of Lauenburg** in Prussia.
The witnesses do not know any information about the deceased's parents and other members of his family.
He died at the age of 60.
He left his wife, Katarzyna nee Gumpricht and four daughters:
Anna, 19 years old,
Julianna, 18 years old,
Ludwika, 15 years old,
Natalia, 10 years old.

After convinced myself about the death of Ernest Fryderyk Magdaliński, this act was read to the declarants and was signed by them.



Priest Jerzy Fetzner, pastor of the Evangelical-Augsburg commune in Warsaw.

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JPan*: abbreviation of the phrase "Jaśnie Pan", which was the old polish manner of address for a person who was significant or occupied higher position.

**Lauenburg: the contemporary name of this town is Lębork. It is located in Poland.

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Post Posted: Sun Jun 13, 2021 2:57 pm      Post subject: Please translate
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Please translate these family records for me. I really appreciate all of your help. Thank you very much, Dena


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Post Posted: Sun Jun 13, 2021 3:09 pm      Post subject: Please translate
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Here are more files. Thanks, Dena


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Post Posted: Sun Jun 13, 2021 3:32 pm      Post subject: Re: Please translate
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cbuckord wrote:
Please translate these family records for me. I really appreciate all of your help. Thank you very much, Dena


I am working on it.

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Post Posted: Sun Jun 13, 2021 4:03 pm      Post subject: Please translate
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And a few more. Thank you, Dena


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And a few more. Thank you, Dena


I am working on it.

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Hi there,

I tried using Google Translate and it was only able to get me so far. I believe at the top it translates to Republic of Poland, and also mentioned Ternopil, which is now part of Ukraine if I am not mistaken. He was born late 1800’s. I also cannot read what I assume to be the parents and godparents names on the certificate.

Any help would be appreciated!

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Hi there,

I tried using Google Translate and it was only able to get me so far. I believe at the top it translates to Republic of Poland, and also mentioned Ternopil, which is now part of Ukraine if I am not mistaken. He was born late 1800’s. I also cannot read what I assume to be the parents and godparents names on the certificate.

Any help would be appreciated!

Thank you

Natalie


This document is written in latin so I recommend You ask for translation in the latin translations section, here:

https://forum.polishorigins.com/viewtopic.php?t=1759

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Hi Marcel,

would you kindly translate the 2 birth records, your time permitting. Thank you in advance for your help!



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Hi Marcel,

would you kindly translate the 2 birth records, your time permitting. Thank you in advance for your help!


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Olszewko

In the year of 1810, on October 30th, at 2 p.m., in front of Us, the Civil Registrar for the commune of Kuczbork, located in the county of Mława, in the department of Płock, appeared Jerzy Bylica, innkeeper in Olszewko, 38 years old and presented Us a male child, who was born in his house number 11, on 26th day of the current month and year, at 4 a.m., and he declared that the child was born of him and his wife, Marianna nee Wadyna, 31 years old, and that his wish was to name the child: Jan.
After making the above statement and presenting the child, in the presence of Krystian Tank, farmer, 40 years old, living in Olszewko and Michał Roznoch, farmer, 42 years old, living in Olszewko, this birth record was read to the present and due to the fact that the witnesses were illiterate it was signed by Us.

Jakub Aleksandrowicz, Civil Registrar.
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Olszewko

In the year of 1810, on January 22nd, at 1 p.m., in front of Us, the Civil Registrar for the commune of Kuczbork, located in the county of Mława, in the department of Płock, appeared Krystian Tanka, farmer, 32 years old and presented Us a male child, who was born in his house number 8, on January 20th day of the current year, at 6 p.m., and he declared that the child was born of him and his wife, Elżbieta nee Teys, 30 years old, and that his wish was to name the child: Paweł.
After making the above statement and presenting the child, in the presence of Michał Roznoch, farmer, 42 years old and Michał Wąsosz, farmer, 40 years old, both living in Olszewko, this birth record was read to the present and due to the fact that the witnesses were illiterate it was signed by Us.

Jakub Aleksandrowicz, Civil Registrar.

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Please translate these family records for me. I really appreciate all of your help. Thank you very much, Dena


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Łoje-Gręzka

It happened in the village of Przytuły, on May 5th, 1834, at 2 p.m.
Appeared: Andrzej Łojewski, 46 years old, deceased's son and Jakub Filochowski, 48 years old, neighbour, both noblemans from the village of Łoje-Gręzka and they declared Us, that yesterday, at 11 p.m., died Franciszek Łojewski, 80 years old, widower, son of nobleman, Jan Łojewski.
After convinced myself about this death, this act was read to the declarants and was signed by Us only, because they were illiterate.

Parish-priest, Dmochowski.

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Ślazy

It happened in the village of Przytuły, on February 15th, 1835, at 9 a.m.
Appeared Jan Polkowski, 53 years old, deceased's son-in-law and Jan Karwowski, 24 years old, neighbour, both noblemans living in the village of Ślazy, and they declared Us that yesterday, at 10 a.m., in the village of Ślazy, died: Marcin Szleszyński, nobleman, 84 years old, husband of living Anna nee Szleszyńska, son of the late parents: Joachim and Anna nee Cwalińska.
After convinced myself about the death of Marcin this act was read to the declarants and was signed by Us only, because they were illiterate.

Parish-priest Dmochowski.

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Płonko
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It happened in the village of Płonne, on November 24th, 1833, at 1 p.m.
We make it known that in the presence of the witnesses: Jan Murawski, 43 years old and Bartłomiej Dembliński, 37 years old, both farmers from Płonko, a religious marriage was concluded on this day, between:

Antoni Zieliński, a single man, 25 years old, who was born in Gorczenica, living at his parents' in Płonko, son of Jan Zieliński and Barbara Zielińska

and

Apolonia Bonkowska, a miss, 22 years old, who was born in Ośmiałowo, daughter of the late Błażej Bonkowski and living Katarzyna Bonkowska, living in Płonko.

This marriage was preceded by the three banns of marriage, announced in the parish church of Płonne, on: November 3rd, 10th and 17th of the current year.

Groom'd father and bride's mother, who were present at writing this marriage record, gave their oral permission for this marriage.
Newlyweds declared that they did not enter into the prenuptial agreement.

This act was read to the newlyweds and the witnesses and was signed by Us only, because the newlyweds and the witnesses were all illiterate.

Parish-priest, Mikołaj Gąsiorowski.

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Wąsosz

It happened in the town of Wąsosz, on November 26th, 1827, at 4 p.m.
We make it known that in the presence of the witnesses: Jan Żurawski, 30 years old, from Wąsosz and Łukasz Łepkowski, 50 years old, farmers from Modzele, a religious marriage was concluded, between:

Mateusz Czyżewski, blacksmith, 20 years old, son of spouses: Mateusz Czyżewski and Marianna Czyżewska nee Sikorowska, living at his parents' in Wąsosz. He appeared in the assistance of his father

and

Katarzyna Zarzycka, a miss, 19 years old, daughter of spouses: Jan Zarzycki and Marianna Zarzycka nee Jeziorek, living at her parents' in Wąsosz.

This marriage was preceded by the three banns of marriage, announced in the parish church of Wąsosz, on: November 11th, 18th and 25th of the current year.

There were no objections for this marriage.
Newlyweds did not enter into the prenuptial agreement.
We wrote down the marriage act and read it to the newlyweds and the witnesses and it was signed by Us, because the newlyweds and the witnesses were illiterate.

Priest Modzelewski.

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Wąsosz

It happened in the town of Wąsosz, on February 19th, 1837, at 5 p.m.
Appeared Mateusz Czyżewski, townsman, farmer, living in Wąsosz, 30 years old, in the presence of Jan Zyskowski, 28 years old and Jan Malinowski, 29 years old, townsmans, farmers living in Wąsosz and presented Us a male infant child, who was born yesterday in Wąsosz, at 12 o'clock at noon, of his wife Katarzyna nee Zarzecka, 32 years old.
At The Holy Baptism, held today, the child was given the name: Julian and the godparents were: Paweł Podgórski and Marianna Godlewska.
This act was read to the declarant and the witnesses and was signed by Us. The declarant and the witnesses were all illiterate.

Priest Łotaczewski, parish-priest.

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