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deidre



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Location: slawno,wielkoposkie poland,prussia

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Post Posted: Sun Dec 05, 2010 4:56 pm      Post subject: Hieronimowo,Zakrzewo,Dziecmiarki
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Does anyone know where Hieronimowo is ?
I just received my g-grandparents wedding "listing" from the Polish Archives. It's in Latin,but I figured out most of it.It names this town,where he may be from and also the town of Debnica as my g-grandmother's. I also got her birth certificate from Debnica.
I know that these towns are those listed from within Slawno,as per the Poznan Project and would like to know how I can find out the birthplace of my g-grandfather.I know it's not Debnica.
The other towns that were mentioned were Dziecmiarki,and Zakrewo.
Has anyone ordered microfilm/fiche through the Latter Day Saints and how would I go about it.
Thank you for any help,if you can.
Deidre
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jozefs
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Post Posted: Mon Dec 06, 2010 5:14 am      Post subject:
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Henryk
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Post Posted: Tue Dec 07, 2010 2:15 pm      Post subject:
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It is easy to rent films. Just go to you local Family History Center and fill out a form. They usually located in an LDS Church. To find one near you: http://www.familysearch.org/eng/default.asp
Procedure: https://wiki.familysearch.org/en/Ordering_Microfilm_or_Microfiche_from_a_Family_History_Center
Microfilm viewers are free to use, but reserve in advance. Pages can be copied at a nominal price. Some even provide for copying on a CD.
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deidre



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Location: slawno,wielkoposkie poland,prussia

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Post Posted: Tue Dec 07, 2010 4:15 pm      Post subject:
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Henryk,
Thanks for the info on ordering films which I plan to do after the holidays.
We have a center very close to us,so I'll give them a call.
Wish me luck and also good luck to you on you own research !
Deidre
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Henryk
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Post Posted: Wed Dec 08, 2010 1:29 pm      Post subject:
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Time on the readers is limited, and also, on the copiers, so here is the way I do it.
Start with the newest film and go backwards.
1) set the first reading session to one hour.
2) Read the films looking only for the indexes, and note their locations.
3) If any time left, read the films in order from the beginning. Besides the surname for a record, read the surnames of the witnesses, godparents, and maiden names. Note records to be copied.
4) After your session, copy all the indexes.
5) At home, go through the indexes, and note records of interest.
6) Arrive at least one hour before your next reading session, and copy as many of the records you have noted, as you can. You will probably have to share the copier.
7)Repeat 3). Do not read records in detail that will be copied. Read your copies at home.
8) After the session, copy as many records as the demand for the copier permits.
9). Repeat until all the film is read and copies made.
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Post Posted: Thu Dec 09, 2010 2:23 pm      Post subject:
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http://www.mapywig.org/m/wig100k/A38_B25_277_Gniezno.jpg
This map shows the Hieronimowo that you are looking for.
Zoom the map and place the bottom left hand corner of the map at the bottom left hand corner of the window. Scroll up until you see Sławno near the border. It is just past Głębokie right at the border. Scroll right until Dębnica is on the left side of the window. To the left of Dębnica you will see Bielawy and Hieronimowo. Hieronimowo is a small hamlet too small for most current maps.
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