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rinny11



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Post Posted: Fri Jul 12, 2019 8:20 am      Post subject: Village of Pruchnowo, Gnieznieski,Poland
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This is the village my great grandfather John Perzyk lived. He immigrated to the U.S. I know his parents and a sister stayed in Poland. The sister Marianna married Martinus Skotarczak. How would I go about finding if relatives are still in Pruchnowo or even still in Poland? Thank you for any help provided.
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Post Posted: Fri Jul 12, 2019 9:22 am      Post subject: Re: Village of Pruchnowo, Gnieznieski,Poland
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rinny11 wrote:
This is the village my great grandfather John Perzyk lived. He immigrated to the U.S. I know his parents and a sister stayed in Poland. The sister Marianna married Martinus Skotarczak. How would I go about finding if relatives are still in Pruchnowo or even still in Poland? Thank you for any help provided.


please write more about Your greatgrandfather. How old he was, when he died?

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Post Posted: Fri Jul 12, 2019 3:09 pm      Post subject: Pruchnowo Gnieznieski
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My great grandfather John Perzyk ( shortened to Perz) left Poland at 24. He landed in Baltimore, went to Philadelphia where he married in 1887 to Michalina Jakubowski, he worked in the sugar factory until he left Philadelphia for Wisconsin. He bought land from the Hoffman land company in Milwaukee ,Wi. The land was located in Angelica. Wi.close to Pulaski,Wi a very Polish Village. His fathers name was Wojciech Perzyk, his mother was Konstaniza Wozniak. They had sons John, Jacob, Lawrence, Thomas, Stanislaw,and daughters Marianne and Petronella and Katarzyna. I know Marianne stayed in Poland and married Martinus Skotarczak, I was not able to find info on Katarzyna. I am hoping the village of Pruchnowo will lead me further to existing relatives. Thank you.
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Post Posted: Fri Jul 12, 2019 3:48 pm      Post subject: Re: Pruchnowo Gnieznieski
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rinny11 wrote:
My great grandfather John Perzyk ( shortened to Perz) left Poland at 24. He landed in Baltimore, went to Philadelphia where he married in 1887 to Michalina Jakubowski, he worked in the sugar factory until he left Philadelphia for Wisconsin. He bought land from the Hoffman land company in Milwaukee ,Wi. The land was located in Angelica. Wi.close to Pulaski,Wi a very Polish Village. His fathers name was Wojciech Perzyk, his mother was Konstaniza Wozniak. They had sons John, Jacob, Lawrence, Thomas, Stanislaw,and daughters Marianne and Petronella and Katarzyna. I know Marianne stayed in Poland and married Martinus Skotarczak, I was not able to find info on Katarzyna. I am hoping the village of Pruchnowo will lead me further to existing relatives. Thank you.


How do you know about this sister? do you have any documents related to her wedding?
many years have passed. you must try to find the children of this sister. You need to know in which parish did she get married and try to find information about her children there.

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