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EGirardi



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Post Posted: Fri Sep 24, 2021 4:12 pm      Post subject:
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I think the dates were given in Gregorian calendar. I took a look at the marriage records from that year and the dates of the banns of marriage, that were usualy announced on Sundays and the dates of the banns of marriage matched with the dates of Sundays in Gregorian calendar.


Oh, thank you for checking them ! I didn't think about marriage banns, but this is a pretty clear indication if they were used by the same priest.
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Post Posted: Fri Sep 24, 2021 7:24 pm      Post subject: Re: Another Death Record from Dolistowo Parish, Podlaskie Pr
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Hi Marcel,

I have one more death record at this time from Dolistowo Parish, if you could please translate it when you have a chance:

Ewa Bolesta in 1855. I think it will have the same headings as the death record for Maciej Bolesta that you recently translated for me.

It is #261.

The direct link is at: https://poczekalnia.genealodzy.pl/pliki/APH-Wilno/ArchidiakonatBialostocki/ArchBialostocki_WM47a_DekanatBialostocki1855MZ/Dolistowo/2-Z1855/WM47_0844.jpg

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I am working on it.


Hi Marcel.

Just checking on this one to make sure it is still in your queue?

jajan
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Post Posted: Sat Sep 25, 2021 5:06 am      Post subject: Re: Another Death Record from Dolistowo Parish, Podlaskie Pr
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jajan wrote:
Hi Marcel,

I have one more death record at this time from Dolistowo Parish, if you could please translate it when you have a chance:

Ewa Bolesta in 1855. I think it will have the same headings as the death record for Maciej Bolesta that you recently translated for me.

It is #261.

The direct link is at: https://poczekalnia.genealodzy.pl/pliki/APH-Wilno/ArchidiakonatBialostocki/ArchBialostocki_WM47a_DekanatBialostocki1855MZ/Dolistowo/2-Z1855/WM47_0844.jpg

Thank-You!



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I am working on it.


Hi Marcel.

Just checking on this one to make sure it is still in your queue?

jajan


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50
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In the year of 1855, on December 27th, in the village of Mikicin, died Ewa Bolesława, peasant, died of kołtun*

*kołtun: Plica Polonica (synonym, plica neuropathica; common name, "Polish plait") is an uncommon condition in which the hair shaft becomes entangled irreversibly, forming a mass which is matted and sometimes can be sticky and moist.

Very often, this term was used to describe the general state of neglect and lack of hygiene, which could lead to various kinds of diseases.

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She widowed her husband, Marcin Bolesław. She died at the age of 50. She was the Dolistowo parish parishioner. She left two sons: Kazimierz and Wincenty and 3 daughters: Anna, Rozalia and Marianna.

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Her body was burried by the reverend Marcin Chwieckowski, the parish-priest of the Dolistowo parish church, on December 29th of the current year, in the parish cemetery in Dolistowo.

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Post Posted: Sat Sep 25, 2021 9:08 am      Post subject: Another Death Record from Dolistowo Parish, Podlaskie Pr
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Thank-You, Marcel! Your help with this is very much appreciated. jajan.
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Post Posted: Sat Sep 25, 2021 3:31 pm      Post subject: Władysławów-Policzna 1886
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Hello,

this is the baptism record for my great-grandaunt Helena Kubś in Władysławów, parish Policzna (powiat Zwoleń), born in 1886. May I please ask again for assistance in its translation ?

Thank you very much in advance !



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Post Posted: Sat Sep 25, 2021 4:38 pm      Post subject: Re: Władysławów-Policzna 1886
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Hello,

this is the baptism record for my great-grandaunt Helena Kubś in Władysławów, parish Policzna (powiat Zwoleń), born in 1886. May I please ask again for assistance in its translation ?

Thank you very much in advance !


I am working on it.

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Post Posted: Tue Oct 05, 2021 9:03 am      Post subject: Re: Władysławów-Policzna 1886
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Hello,

this is the baptism record for my great-grandaunt Helena Kubś in Władysławów, parish Policzna (powiat Zwoleń), born in 1886. May I please ask again for assistance in its translation ?

Thank you very much in advance !


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Władysławów
Helena Kubś

It happened in the village of Policzna, on May 23rd, 1886, at 3 p.m.
Appeared Jan Kubś, peasant from the village of Władysławów, 30 years old, in the presence of Piotr Starzyk and Paweł Baran, peasants, both of age, both from the village of Władysławów, and presented Us a female infant child, informing that the child was born today in the village of Władysławów, at 1 a.m., of his legal wife, Marianna nee Kocylas, 25 years old.
At The Holy Baptism, held today, the child was given the name: Helena, and the godparents were: Katarzyna Głogowska and Piotr Starzyk.
This act was read to the illiterate present and was signed by Us.

Priest Ambrożek, the parish-priest of the Policzna parish.

Left margin note: Helena Kubś married Józef Kühnel, in the year of 1910 in the parish of Węglewice.

I have attached this marriage record to this message.



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Post Posted: Wed Oct 06, 2021 7:25 am      Post subject: Am I close?
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Can someone please check if the extracted information from this birth record No. 222 is correct?

https://metryki.genealodzy.pl/metryka.php?ar=20&zs=0393d&sy=1871&kt=1&plik=221-222.jpg#zoom=1&x=264&y=1696

name: August Borowski
birth: 6/18 October 1871
birthplace: Kleszczyn
father: Andreas Borowski
mother: Susanna Treichel
event place: Michalki
event date: 12/24 October 1871



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Post Posted: Wed Oct 06, 2021 7:55 am      Post subject: Re: Am I close?
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treich wrote:
Can someone please check if the extracted information from this birth record No. 222 is correct?

https://metryki.genealodzy.pl/metryka.php?ar=20&zs=0393d&sy=1871&kt=1&plik=221-222.jpg#zoom=1&x=264&y=1696

name: August Borowski
birth: 6/18 October 1871
birthplace: Kleszczyn
father: Andreas Borowski
mother: Susanna Treichel
event place: Michalki
event date: 12/24 October 1871


name: August Borowski
birth: 6/18 September 1871
birthplace: Kleszczyn
father: Andrzej Borowski
mother: Zuzanna Treichel
event place: Michałki
event date: 12/24 September 1871

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Post Posted: Thu Oct 07, 2021 12:46 pm      Post subject: Re: Władysławów-Policzna 1886
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Władysławów
Helena Kubś

It happened in the village of Policzna, on May 23rd, 1886, at 3 p.m.
Appeared Jan Kubś, peasant from the village of Władysławów, 30 years old, in the presence of Piotr Starzyk and Paweł Baran, peasants, both of age, both from the village of Władysławów, and presented Us a female infant child, informing that the child was born today in the village of Władysławów, at 1 a.m., of his legal wife, Marianna nee Kocylas, 25 years old.
At The Holy Baptism, held today, the child was given the name: Helena, and the godparents were: Katarzyna Głogowska and Piotr Starzyk.
This act was read to the illiterate present and was signed by Us.

Priest Ambrożek, the parish-priest of the Policzna parish.

Left margin note: Helena Kubś married Józef Kühnel, in the year of 1910 in the parish of Węglewice.

I have attached this marriage record to this message.


Thank you so very much for this and for taking time to research the marriage certificate ! I actually already had their marriage certificate (which I asked you for help in its translation back in 2019, thank you again for it!), the parish of Węglewice is where they emigrated afterwards and where I believe the father Jan Kubś died. I have e-mailed the regional archives about it but still got no answers to this day - Szukaj w Archiwach only have the parish up to World War I.
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Post Posted: Sat Oct 09, 2021 11:17 am      Post subject: Łaguna-Dobrosielska marriage
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Hello,
I would like to thank you for all your past translations, as they have helped me understand context and develop very basic translation skills. I will try to limit my inquiries to the things I am struggling with. But, to start, can you provide a full translation (including the bits about permissions, prenuptial agreements, and illiteracy) of the attached marriage record for my great-great-grandparents?

Thank you in advance,
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Post Posted: Sat Oct 09, 2021 12:55 pm      Post subject: Re: Łaguna-Dobrosielska marriage
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Hello,
I would like to thank you for all your past translations, as they have helped me understand context and develop very basic translation skills. I will try to limit my inquiries to the things I am struggling with. But, to start, can you provide a full translation (including the bits about permissions, prenuptial agreements, and illiteracy) of the attached marriage record for my great-great-grandparents?

Thank you in advance,
Lee


Nr 9
Budy Milewskie

It happened in Koziebrody, on May 19th/31st, 1880, at 8 p.m.
We make it known that in the presence of the witnesses: Józef Krystyniak, 48 years old, farmer from Budy Koziebrodzkie and Franciszek Jankowski, 40 years old, farmer from Budy Piaseczne, the best friends of the newlyweds, a religious marriage was concluded on this day, between:

Franciszek Łaguna, a single man, 22 years old, son of the late Wojciech and living Elżbieta nee Staniszewska, who lives from her own resourses, the spouses Łaguna, living at his mother's in Budy Koziebrodzkie, who was born in Budy Koiziebrodzkie

and

Marianna Dobrosielska, a miss, 23 years old, daughter of the spouses: Feliks Dobrosielski and Dorota Dobrosielska nee Lewandowska, farmers living in Budy Milewskie, living at her parents' in Budy Milewskie, born in Budy Piaseczne.

This marriage was preceded by the three banns of marriage, announced in the parish church of Koziebrody, on: April 27th/May 9th, May 4th/16th and May 11th/23rd of the current year.

Groom's mother and the bride's parents, who were present at writing this marriage act, gave their oral permission for this marriage.

The newlyweds declared that they did not enter into the prenuptial agreement.
The religious marriage ceremony was performed by Us, the parish-priest, Piotr Kwiatkowski.
This act was read to the newlyweds and the witnesses, and due to their illiteracy it was signed by Us only.

The parish-priest of the Koziebrody parish, serving as Civil Registrar, Piotr Kwiatkowski.

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Post Posted: Sat Oct 09, 2021 10:59 pm      Post subject: Genowefa Ziółkowska birth certificate
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Marcel,
Thank you very much for the prior marriage certificate translation.

Attached is a birth certificate for Genowefa Ziółkowska. I am not requesting a full translation. Instead, I am interested in the following:
1. Side note in the margin, written in Polish (attached separately) - this seems to document what would be a second marriage for Genowefa Ziółkowska, who originally married in 1912. Can you translate the side note, including the spouse's name as well as any indication of when the marriage occurred?

2. Osieczek - Not sure I have translated this village name correctly. In the Koziebrody parish records, there are entries for Budy Osieczk, Budy Osieczk Stare, and Budy Osiezck Nowo. But there are also a number of entries for Osieczek, like this one. Does it make sense that this village is currently known as Osiek? Or is this possibly a historical village name that no longer exists? Any perspective would be greatly appreciated.

3. What is the occupation for first witness, Julian Lonczynski? (possibly forester?)

Thanks for your help,
Lee Peplinski



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Post Posted: Sun Oct 10, 2021 8:15 am      Post subject: Death certificate nr. 50 of Julianna Lewandowska (1876)
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Hello everyone,

I am new here so I hope it isn't against forum etiquette to upload a new image before the previous one has been translated. Apologies in advance.

I am trying to determine whether this record I found refers to one of my ancestors. The name (Julianna Lewandowska) certainly fits, but I am unsure about the remaining info.

I tried translating it myself but only managed with "Julianna Lewnadowska, robotnica, rodnivinlayasya v Nieszwa, doch' (...)" (female labourer, born in Nieszawa, daughter of (...)).

A full translation would of course be welcome, but I am especially interested in the passage that I started translating above, as it contains the most personal information. Thank you in advance.[/i]



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Post Posted: Sun Oct 10, 2021 1:39 pm      Post subject: Re: Death certificate nr. 50 of Julianna Lewandowska (1876)
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Hello everyone,

I am new here so I hope it isn't against forum etiquette to upload a new image before the previous one has been translated. Apologies in advance.

I am trying to determine whether this record I found refers to one of my ancestors. The name (Julianna Lewandowska) certainly fits, but I am unsure about the remaining info.

I tried translating it myself but only managed with "Julianna Lewnadowska, robotnica, rodnivinlayasya v Nieszwa, doch' (...)" (female labourer, born in Nieszawa, daughter of (...)).

A full translation would of course be welcome, but I am especially interested in the passage that I started translating above, as it contains the most personal information. Thank you in advance.[/i]


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