Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Sixteen of the Great-Greatest

These are my great-great grandparents... (Randy's SNGF on a Tuesday morning ;-)

1. Kazimierz Laska
, was born on Dec 28, 1829 in Podborze, Poland and died on Feb 22, 1874 in Podborze, Poland. On February 9, 1852 he married:

2. Marianna Kolacz, who was born on May 13, 1834 in Podborze, Poland. I have not been able to find a record of her death.

3. Jan Furman, was born on Mar 24, 1835 in Podborze, Poland and died on May 26, 1904 in Podborze, Poland. He married (marriage date unknown):

4. Marianna Lesniowski, who was born on Mar 15, 1834 in Podborze, Poland. I have not been able to find a record of her death.

5. Jan Lipa, was born on Apr 26, 1818 in Bobrowa, Poland and died on Aug 12, 1873 in Bobrowa, Poland. On November 21, 1842 he married:

6. Zophia Łanucha, who was born on about 1815 in Nagoszyn, Poland and died July 20, 1880 in Bobrowa, Poland.

7. Szymon Knot, was born on Sep 5, 1829 in Bobrowa, Poland and died on Jan 9, 1879 in Bobrowa, Poland. On Nov. 19, 1849 he married:

8. Katarzyna Kitrys, who was born about 1829 in Bobrowa, Poland and died Oct 28, 1898 in Bobrowa, Poland.

9. Karol Lisowski, was born Jan 28, 1825 in Poland. I have not been able to find a record of his death. He married (marriage date and location unknown):

10. Jozefa Marcinkowska, who was born about 1825-1828 in Poland. I have not been able to find a record of her death.

11. Bartlomiej Adamski, was born on Aug 8, 1824 in Poland and died sometime before Jan 24, 1881 (location unknown). On Nov. 23, 1824 he married:

12. Konstancja Cieslak, who was born about 1838 in Poland. I have not been able to find a record of her death.

13. Franciszek Mizera, was born Aug 16, 1828 in Poland and died Jun 24, 1898 in Poland. On Sept. 25, 1859 he married:

14. Salomea Kubon, who was born on Oct 17, 1828 in Poland and died Jul 18, 1899 in Poland.

15. Jan Bober, was born on May 22, 1823 in Poland. I have not been able to find a death record of his death. On Nov. 12, 1844 he married:

16. Halina Piechowicz, who was born about 1823 in Poland and died Mar 1, 1865 in Poland.

6 comments:

  1. You know what...I think you are Polish.

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  2. You picked up on that eh Lori?

    Your comment made me laugh till my face hurt! Thanks for the good humor!!!

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  3. Wow! I agree with Lori. There is a really strong indication that you might be Polish. :-) I enjoyed the exersize, too. I'm mostly American.

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  4. Thank you for your post, too. It also seems to me that you are 100% Polish :-) And what more, we may be distant cousins as your #10 great great grandmother was Józefa Marcinkowska and my #16 great great grandmother was Florentyna Marcinkowska! However, you should now that this was and still it is a popular surname here in Poland, so there is a little, but non-zero chance that we are related... Warmest regards from Poland, Maciej

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  5. Goodness. I just kept reading and reading and everyone was born in Poland. I certainly understand your love of everything "Polish". What a great heritage!!!

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  6. That's me, GeneaDiva... the Polish Princess! :-)

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