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Post Posted: Tue Feb 16, 2016 7:38 am      Post subject: Some updates on Ludzmierz immigrants to the US
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Some updates on Ludzmierz immigrants to the US: Any connections or additions?

Stefania Borzecka, b. abt. 1894 in Ludzmierz , married Andrzej Swiderski from Czarny Dunajec, had daughter Irene Swiderski on 30 Jan 1928 in Chicago;
Rose Barnas from Ludzmierz married Joseph Sojka from Krauszow, had daughter Mary Sojka 05 Aug 1917 in Chicago;
Frances Labuda, (married name, neé ?? husband John Labuda), b. 09 Mar 1889 in Ludzmierz, died 18 Aug 1943 in Hinsdale, Cook, Illinois;
Karol Skupien, born in Ludzmierz, married Anna Gouka, had daughter Catherine Skupien b. 23 Nov 1895 in Ludzmierz (Catherine died 18 Apr 1941 in Chicago);
Angeline Turza, b. Ludzmierz, married Wincenty 'Vincent' Kwak from Ludzmierz, had son Chester Kwak b. 15 Feb 1916 (Chester died 27 Jan 1935 in Chicago);
Rose Borzynaka, b. Ludzmierz, married John Hyc from Zakopane, had son Wladislaw Hyc, b. 05 Sep 1922 in Chicago (Wladislaw died 19 Feb 1927 in Chicago);
Joseph Czaja , b. abt. 1881 in Ludzmierz, married Regina Baran, b abt. 1886 in Gronkow, on 21 Jan 1906 in Chicago. Had daughter Mary Czaja, b 08 Nov 1923 in Chicago (Mary died 08 Nov 1923 in Chicago);
Frank Czaja, b 06 Aug 1894 in Ludzmierz, registered for WWI on June 5, 1917 in Chicago. His residence was at 618 Racine Ave, Chicago at the time.
Albert Czaya, b 06 Apr 1896 in Ludzmierz, registered for WWI on June 05, 1917 in Lancaster, New York.

Were your immigrant ancestors from Ludzmierz in the district of Nowy Targ? The chart posted below is not complete yet, but still might be helpful. Any additions or corrections are appreciated.

Passengers whose last residence is indexed as Ludzmierz in the New York Passenger Arrival Lists (Ellis Island), 1892-1924:

Borzenska, Franciszka, Arrival: 26 Apr 1905; Age at arrival: 18; Born: abt. 1887;

Czaja, Franciszek, Arrival: 1913, Age at Arrival: 19; Born: abt. 1894;

Czaja, Jan, Arrival: 18 Mar 1902; Age at Arrival: 37; Born: abt. 1865;

Czaja, Jozefa, Arrival: 1911; Age at Arrival: 22; Born: abt. 1889;

Fit, Franciszek, Arrival: 17 Mar 1898; Age at Arrival: 24; Born: abt. 1874;

Fit, Jan, Arrival: 18 Mar 1902; Age at Arrival: 25; Born: abt. 1877;

NEW: Fitt, Pawlina [Paulina], Arrival: 31 Mar 1913; Born: abt. 1884 [exact dob: 6/26/1886]; Ship of Travel: Prinz Friedrich Wilhelm; Port of Departure: Bremen, Germany; Manifest Line Number: 0022; Last Residence: Ludzinierz [Ludzmierz]; Destination: Brother Frank Fitt, Old Forge, PA.

Gacek, Franciszek, Arrival: 27 Jul 1900; Age at Arrival: 23; Born: abt. 1877;

Gacek, Rosalia, Arrival: 20 Oct 1905;

Handzel, Anna, Arrival: 28 Apr 1898; Age at Arrival: 25; Born: abt. 1873;

Handzel, Jozef, Arrival: 04 Feb 1905; Age at Arrival: 46; Born: abt. 1859;

Jachyniak [Jachymiak], Floryan, Arrival: 1903; Age at Arrival: 15; Born: abt. 1888;

Jachiniak [Jachymiak], Jan, Arrival: 24 May 1906; Age at Arrival: 18, Born abt. 1888;

Jahimiak [Jachymiak], Ludwik, Arrival: 1909; Age at Arrival: 26; Born: abt. 1883;

Jachimiak [Jachymiak], Marianna, Arrival: 18 Jul 1903; Age at Arrival: 18; Born: abt. 1885;

Jak...ciniczky, Stanisl...a [Jachymiak? Stanislawa], Arrival: 12 Mar 1903; Age at Arrival: 18; Born: abt. 1885;

Kozina, Anna, Arrival: 18 May 1904; Age at Arrival: 28; Born: abt. 1876;

Kozina, Stanislaw, Arrival: 18 May 1904; Age at Arrival: 2; Born: abt. 1902;

Kozina, Katarzyna, Arrival: 1912, Age at Arrival: 20, Born: abt. 1892, Married, Last Residence: With her father Joseph Radecki, Ludzmierz; Destination in the US: Buffalo, NY to join her brother-in-law Waclaw Radecki. Note: Her name is lined out in the ship manifest, she was not on board.

Krozel, Julia, Arrival: 01 Apr 1907, Age at Arrival: 24, Marital Status: Married, Port of Departure: Hamburg; Port of Arrival: New York; Last Place of Residence: Ludrimirz [Ludzmierz]; Destination in the US: Friend Jozef Czaja, Chicago, 4404, Ashland Ave.; Source: New York Passenger Arrival Lists (Ellis Island), 1892-1924, Manifest Line Number: 0003;

Kwasicki, Jan, Arrival: 21 Jun 1904; Age at Arrival: 38; Born: abt. 1866;

Lapczynski, Ludwik, Arrival: 1909; Age at Arrival: 44; Born: abt. 1865;

Ligas, Aima [Anna?], Arrival: 1913; Age at Arrival: 17; Born: abt. 1896;

Lukaszyk, Wikta [Wiktorya], Arrival: 12 Mar 1905; Age at Arrival: 19; Born: abt. 1886;

Malancosz, Anna, Arrival: 08 Nov 1900, Age at Arrival: 1; Born: abt. 1899;

Malancosz, Kata (Katarzyna), Arrival: 08 Nov 1900; Age at Arrival: 2; Born: abt. 1898;

Malancosz, Wiktorya, Arrival: 08 Nov 1900; Age at Arrival: 26; Born abt. 1874;

Paczynski, Andros, Arrival: 20 Mar 1901;

Plaza, Josef, Arrival: 11 Apr 1903;

Radecka, Katarzyna, Arrival: 28 Apr 1898; Age at Arrival: 25; Born: abt. 1873;

Radecka, Katarzyna, Arrival: Nov 05, 1912, Age at Arrival: 33; Marital Status: Married; Ship of Travel: Finland; Port of Departure: Antwerp; Last Place of Residence: Ludzmierz, with father-in-law Joseph Radecki, Destination in the US: Husband Waclaw Radecki in Black Rock, Buffalo, NY [street name illegable]. She indicates that she had been in the US 1909-1912. Source: New York Passenger Arrival Lists (Ellis Island), 1892-1924; Manifest Line Number: 0024;

She was accompanied by two US born children, Radecki, Czeslaw, Age at Arrival: 2, and Radecki, Jan, 9 months old, same information as for Radecka, Katarzyna.

Radecha [Radecka], Karolina, Arrival: 10 Dec 1909; Age at Arrival: 21; Born: abt. 1888; Marital Status: Single; Place of Birth: Ludzmierz; Ship of Travel: Neckar, Port of Departure: Bremen, Last Residence: Ludzmierz; with Father Jan Radecki, Destination: Brother-in-law W. Gorr, Smithfield, PA; Source: New York Passenger Arrival Lists (Ellis Island), 1892-1924; Manifest Line Number: 0003;

Radecki [Radecka], Karolina, Arrival: 01 Apr 1907, Age at Arrival: 19; Marital Status: Married; Port of Departure: Hamburg; Port of Arrival: New York; Ship of Travel: Pallanza; Last Place of Residence: Ludrimirz [Ludzmierz]; Destination in the US: Brother Jan Radecki, Buffalo, NY; Source: New York Passenger Arrival Lists (Ellis Island), 1892-1924; Manifest Line Number: Manifest Line Number: 0005. [b]Additional information given by her granddaughter: See http://forum.polishorigins.com/viewtopic.php?t=1346
"She lived in Buffalo with Jan until my grandfather (Maciej Sojka = Matthew Sayko) followed her to the US and they were married at St. Augustine's Roman Catholic Church in Depew, NY in 1909*. They moved from Buffalo, to Old Forge, PA to Gary, WV finally settling in Abbs Valley, VA. They had 16 children and raised 14 to adulthood. Only three are now living, my mother being the oldest of those at 90."

*See: "New York, County Marriages, 1847-1848; 1908-1936," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:KL73-GRS : accessed 8 April 2016), Maciez Sojka and Karolina Radecki, 05 Sep 1909; citing county clerk’s office, Wyoming, New York, United_States; FHL microfilm 989,420.

Note: According to the information given in the "New York, County Marriages, 1847-1848; 1908-1936," database, her parents were John Radecki and Victoria 'Joheniniah' [the correct last name is most likely Jachymiak, a pretty common name in Ludzmierz].


Radecki, Franz, Arrival: 01 Apr 1907, Age at Arrival: 38, Marital Status: Married; Last Place of Residence: Ludrimirz [Ludzmierz]; Port of Departure: Hamburg; Ship of Travel: Pallanza; Port of Arrival: New York; Destination in the US: xx, Manifest Line Number: 0004. Note: Brother of the above Karolina Radecka;

Radecki, Franciszek, Arrival: 1909; Age at Arrival: 41; Born: abt. 1868;

Radecki, Wojciech, Arrival: 01 Apr 1907, Last Place of Residence: Ludrimirz [Ludzmierz]; Age at Arrival: 17, Marital Status: Single, Port of Departure: Hamburg; Port of Arrival: New York; Destination in the US: Sister Karolina Radecka, Buffalo, NY; Source: New York Passenger Arrival Lists (Ellis Island), 1892-1924, Manifest Line Number: 0002;

Radecki, Jan, Arrival: 18 Mar 1902; Age at Arrival: 37; Born: abt. 1865; Marital Status: Married; Ship of Travel: Rhein, Port of Departure: Bremen; Destination in the US: Brother Andrzej Radecki, Gallitzin, PA; Source: New York Passenger Arrival Lists (Ellis Island), 1892-1924; Manifest Line Number: 0027;

Radecki, Jan, Arrival: 1910; Age at Arrival: 44; Born: abt. 1866;

Radecki, Jozef, Arrival: 1910; Age at Arrival: 47; Born: abt. 1860;

Sinta, Franciszek, Arrival: 04 Feb 1905; Age at Arrival: 28; Born: abt. 1877;

Linta [Sinta], Franz, Arrival: 10 Mar 1900; Age at Arrival: ?;

Siuta, Ulija [Sinta, Julia], Arrival: 1913; Age at Arrival: 18; Born: abt. 1895;

Sroka, Maryanna, Age at Arrival: 33; Born: abt. 1874; married, Departure May 19, 1907 on board of the SS 'Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse' that sailed from Bremen to New York; Arrival in New York: March 28, 1907; Last residence abroad: Ludzimierz; Occupation: Agricultural day laborer; Destination in the US: Husband Franciszek Sroka in Taylor, Pennsylvania, USA.
She was accompanied by her children
Sroka, Anna, 9 ys old; Age at Arrival: 9; Born: abt. 1898;
Sroka, Albin, 8 ys old; Born: abt. 1899;
Sroka, Aniela, 4 1/2 ys old; Born: abt. 1902/1903
Sroka, Rosalia, 11 mo old; Born: abt. 1906;
Sources:
'Bremen Passenger Lists (the Original), A Project with the Bremen Chamber of Commerce and the Bremen Staatsarchiv': http://212.227.236.244/passagierlisten/listen.php?lang=en&ArchivIdent=STAB_4,57/5-08_M&pass=Sroka&abreisehafen=Bremen&ankunftshafen=New%20York&ID=734489
"New York Passenger Arrival Lists (Ellis Island), 1892-1924," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:JXV5-Z44 : accessed 8 April 2016), Maryanna Sroka, 28 Mar 1907; citing departure port Bremen, arrival port New York, ship name Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse, NARA microfilm publication T715 and M237 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.).

Tylka, Jozef , Arrival: 04 Feb 1905, Age at Arrival: 39; Born: abt. 1866;

Ziemba, Mikolaj, Arrival: 01 Apr 1907, Age at Arrival: 23, Marital Status: Single, Port of Departure: Hamburg; Port of Arrival: New York; Last Place of Residence: Ludrimirz [Ludzmierz]; Destination in the US: Friend in Philadelphia, PA, Source: New York Passenger Arrival Lists (Ellis Island), 1892-1924; Manifest Line Number: 0001.


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My grandmother Paulina Fitt was born 6/26/1886 in Ludźmierz; immigrated to the USA and departed Germany on 3/22/1913-arriving in NYC on 4/1/1913 and settled in Old Forge, Pennsylvania. She died 3/2/1967 in Old Forge, PA. Her maiden name was Czaja. If you need any other information-I'd be happy to provide it.
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I meant to say her mother's name was Agnes Czaja...not her maiden name.
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I meant to say her mother's name was Agnes Czaja...not her maiden name.


I have Czaja ancestors from Ludzmierz as well.
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My grandmother Paulina Fitt was born 6/26/1886 in Ludźmierz; immigrated to the USA and departed Germany on 3/22/1913-arriving in NYC on 4/1/1913 and settled in Old Forge, Pennsylvania. She died 3/2/1967 in Old Forge, PA. Her maiden name was Czaja. If you need any other information-I'd be happy to provide it.

Walt3075,
Sorry about the delay in my response. I really appreciate your adding your grandmother Paulina Fitt to the list of emigrants from Ludzmierz. It's good to see the list grow and always interesting to learn more about what became of our emigrant ancestors after arrival in the US. The ship manifest indicates that your grandmother Paulina's destination was to see her brother Frank Fitt in Old Forge, PA. If you could provide more information on her parents, husband, siblings, children etc., it would perhaps help one of our fellow researchers to connect to your ancestors. Thank you again.
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walt3075 wrote:
I meant to say her mother's name was Agnes Czaja...not her maiden name.


I have Czaja ancestors from Ludzmierz as well.

Raphael,
Is this your family?

Name Joseph Czaja
Birthplace Ludzimierz, Austria
Gender Male
Wife Regina Baran
Daughter Mary Czaja
Name Mary Czaja
Event Date 08 Nov 1923
Event Place Chicago, Cook Co., Illinois
Gender Female
Age 0
Birth Year (Estimated) 1923
Birth Date 08 Nov 1923
Birthplace Chicago, Ill.
Father's Name Joseph Czaja
Father's Birthplace Ludzimierz, Austria
Mother's Name Regina Baran
Mother's Birthplace Gronko, Austria
Residence Place Chicago, Illinois
Burial Date 10 Nov 1923
Burial Place Chicago, Ill.
Cemetery Resurrection

Source: "Illinois Deaths and Stillbirths, 1916-1947," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:N3CB-W1S : accessed 6 April 2016), Joseph Czaja in entry for Mary Czaja, 08 Nov 1923; Public Board of Health, Archives, Springfield; FHL microfilm 1,877,399.
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Raphael_Jones wrote:
walt3075 wrote:
I meant to say her mother's name was Agnes Czaja...not her maiden name.


I have Czaja ancestors from Ludzmierz as well.

Raphael,
Is this your family?

Name Joseph Czaja
Birthplace Ludzimierz, Austria
Gender Male
Wife Regina Baran
Daughter Mary Czaja
Name Mary Czaja
Event Date 08 Nov 1923
Event Place Chicago, Cook Co., Illinois
Gender Female
Age 0
Birth Year (Estimated) 1923
Birth Date 08 Nov 1923
Birthplace Chicago, Ill.
Father's Name Joseph Czaja
Father's Birthplace Ludzimierz, Austria
Mother's Name Regina Baran
Mother's Birthplace Gronko, Austria
Residence Place Chicago, Illinois
Burial Date 10 Nov 1923
Burial Place Chicago, Ill.
Cemetery Resurrection

Source: "Illinois Deaths and Stillbirths, 1916-1947," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:N3CB-W1S : accessed 6 April 2016), Joseph Czaja in entry for Mary Czaja, 08 Nov 1923; Public Board of Health, Archives, Springfield; FHL microfilm 1,877,399.


Yes he is, I'm so glad, it is very unfortunate to hear about Mary, but I also believe he and Regina had two more stillborns.
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Yes he is, I'm so glad, it is very unfortunate to hear about Mary, but I also believe he and Regina had two more stillborns.

Raphael,
Yes you are right. I found 10 children born to your great-grandparents between 1907 and 1927. Besides Mary, two more Czaja babies died after birth or were stillborn:

An (unnamed male) baby was born on 28 Oct 1916 in Chicago to Joseph Czaja and Regina Baran, died (or was stillborn) on 28 Oct 1916 in Chicago, and was buried the same day in Resurrection Cemetery.

Source: "Illinois Deaths and Stillbirths, 1916-1947," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:N3CP-2QG : accessed 7 April 2016), Czaja, 28 Oct 1916; Public Board of Health, Archives, Springfield; FHL microfilm 1,983,619.

Another Mary Czaja was born 31 Mar 1918 in Chicago to Joseph Czaja and Regina Baran, died (or was stillborn) on 31 Mar 1918 in Chicago, and was buried on 02 Apr 1918 in Resurrection Cemetery.

Source: "Illinois Deaths and Stillbirths, 1916-1947," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:N366-X6Y : accessed 7 April 2016), Mary Czaja, 31 Mar 1918; Public Board of Health, Archives, Springfield; FHL microfilm 1,852,589.

I also found information on your great-grandmother Regina Baran, b 1880 in Gronkow. Were her parents Jakub Baran, wife Lucja, born 1853? If so, your great-grandmother's mother Lucja 'Lucille' Baran immigrated to the US as well and lived with her daughter Rozalia Szczewczyk, 121, Hammond St., Passaic, New Jersey. Notes on immigration: 21 Nov 1926, New York, SS Lituania, sailing from Danzig; Age: 72; last permanent residence: Grankow, with son Stanislaw Baran, destination daughter Rozalia Szczewczyk, 121, Hammond St., Passaic, New Jersey. She lived with your great-grandparents in Chicago when the 1930 US Census was taken. She was 77 ys old at the time and widowed.

So if this correct, Jakub Baran and Lucja 'Lucille' N.N had the following children:

2. REGINA BARAN was born in 1880 in Gronkow, Galicia, Austria (now Poland). She married Jozef Czaja, son of Anna Czaja in 1906 in Chicago, Cook, Illinois, USA. He was born on 19 Jan 1880 in Ludzmierz, Galicia, Austria (now Poland).

3. ROZALIA BARAN was born on 09 Jan 1894 in Galicia, Austria (now Poland)(most likely in Gronkow). She died in Nov 1977 in Passaic, New Jersey, USA. She married FRANK SZCZEWCZYK OR SEFCHIK.

4. STANISLAW BARAN, lived in Gronkow in Nov 1926 when his mother emigrated to the US.
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Yes he is, I'm so glad, it is very unfortunate to hear about Mary, but I also believe he and Regina had two more stillborns.

Raphael,
Yes you are right. I found 10 children born to your great-grandparents between 1907 and 1927. Besides Mary, two more Czaja babies died after birth or were stillborn:

An (unnamed male) baby was born on 28 Oct 1916 in Chicago to Joseph Czaja and Regina Baran, died (or was stillborn) on 28 Oct 1916 in Chicago, and was buried the same day in Resurrection Cemetery.

Source: "Illinois Deaths and Stillbirths, 1916-1947," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:N3CP-2QG : accessed 7 April 2016), Czaja, 28 Oct 1916; Public Board of Health, Archives, Springfield; FHL microfilm 1,983,619.

Another Mary Czaja was born 31 Mar 1918 in Chicago to Joseph Czaja and Regina Baran, died (or was stillborn) on 31 Mar 1918 in Chicago, and was buried on 02 Apr 1918 in Resurrection Cemetery.

Source: "Illinois Deaths and Stillbirths, 1916-1947," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:N366-X6Y : accessed 7 April 2016), Mary Czaja, 31 Mar 1918; Public Board of Health, Archives, Springfield; FHL microfilm 1,852,589.

I also found information on your great-grandmother Regina Baran, b 1880 in Gronkow. Were her parents Jakub Baran, wife Lucja, born 1853? If so, your great-grandmother's mother Lucja 'Lucille' Baran immigrated to the US as well and lived with her daughter Rozalia Szczewczyk, 121, Hammond St., Passaic, New Jersey. Notes on immigration: 21 Nov 1926, New York, SS Lituania, sailing from Danzig; Age: 72; last permanent residence: Grankow, with son Stanislaw Baran, destination daughter Rozalia Szczewczyk, 121, Hammond St., Passaic, New Jersey. She lived with your great-grandparents in Chicago when the 1930 US Census was taken. She was 77 ys old at the time and widowed.

So if this correct, Jakub Baran and Lucja 'Lucille' N.N had the following children:

2. REGINA BARAN was born in 1880 in Gronkow, Galicia, Austria (now Poland). She married Jozef Czaja, son of Anna Czaja in 1906 in Chicago, Cook, Illinois, USA. He was born on 19 Jan 1880 in Ludzmierz, Galicia, Austria (now Poland).

3. ROZALIA BARAN was born on 09 Jan 1894 in Galicia, Austria (now Poland)(most likely in Gronkow). She died in Nov 1977 in Passaic, New Jersey, USA. She married FRANK SZCZEWCZYK OR SEFCHIK.

4. STANISLAW BARAN, lived in Gronkow in Nov 1926 when his mother emigrated to the US.


Yes that is true, it's lovely just to remember the great times with my granmother's siblings. Now yes I do know of Lucia and Jakub. Lucia's is also listed as Agnes as she was on her death certificate. It says her father is Joseph Kozial. I never heard of Rozalia and Stanislaw, how interesting. Did you get my private message concerning Ludźmierz and the cemetery?
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Yes that is true, it's lovely just to remember the great times with my granmother's siblings. Now yes I do know of Lucia and Jakub. Lucia's is also listed as Agnes as she was on her death certificate. It says her father is Joseph Kozial. I never heard of Rozalia and Stanislaw, how interesting. Did you get my private message concerning Ludźmierz and the cemetery?


Raphael,
Yes, I received your private message concerning Ludzmierz and the cemetery. I have not been to Ludzmierz (yet), but remember that Georgia mentioned that she had visited the Ludzmierz church and cemetery:
http://forum.polishorigins.com/viewtopic.php?t=1346
She may have taken pictures of the church and cemetery and may be able to tell you a little more about Ludzmierz.
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Yes that is true, it's lovely just to remember the great times with my granmother's siblings. Now yes I do know of Lucia and Jakub. Lucia's is also listed as Agnes as she was on her death certificate. It says her father is Joseph Kozial. I never heard of Rozalia and Stanislaw, how interesting. Did you get my private message concerning Ludźmierz and the cemetery?


Raphael,
Yes, I received your private message concerning Ludzmierz and the cemetery. I have not been to Ludzmierz (yet), but remember that Georgia mentioned that she had visited the Ludzmierz church and cemetery:
http://forum.polishorigins.com/viewtopic.php?t=1346
She may have taken pictures of the church and cemetery and may be able to tell you a little more about Ludzmierz.
Ute


Oh well if you ever go to Ludźmierz just let me know.
Oh well if you ever know just let me knowd Very Happy
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Post Posted: Sat May 30, 2020 1:12 am      Post subject: "SOME UPDATES ON LUDZMIERZ IMMIGRANTS TO THE US".
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Our member 'RomanTimes' sent me a private message quite a while ago referring to "SOME UPDATES ON LUDZMIERZ IMMIGRANTS TO THE US", and I simply must have overlooked it. Sorry about that. Here is the interesting information he sent me:

My great-grandmother was from LUDZMIERZ. She was also married there.
Her name was ROZALIA (JACHYMIAK) WAKSMUNDZKI
Her parents were FRANCISZEK & KATARZYNA (SOPIARZ) JACHYMIAK

My great-grandfather was from nearby ZASKALE.
His name was ANTONI WAKSMUNDZKI
His parents were WOJCIECH & TEKLA (MROZEK) WAKSMUNDZKI
His family may have originated in nearby WAKSMUND or OSTROWSKO

ANTONI & ROZALIA JACHYMIAK WAKSMUNDZKI immigrated to the US in 1899 via Breman Germany. They settled in Pennsylvania in the towns of Old Forge and then Taylor. (I am from Taylor.)

SEEKING:
- I have lineage of Antoni & Rozalia (Jachymiak) Waksmundzki in the US completd.
- I would be interested in knowing any additional connections in Poland to these families.
- I would be interested in knowing if any others connected to these families in Poland immigrated to the US.
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