|Message||I see that you have a photo of a Julia Matuszek on your page. That name is one that appears on my family tree. Would you know what the names of her parents/siblings are? I'm curious if they are related.|
|Message||I just came across this blog. Very interesting. My maternal grandmother is from Zablocie Galecia according to Ellis Island. Her name was Angela (Aniela) Sanetra. There are several other Sanetras, including Jadwiga, Stanislaw, Anna, and Antoni of whom I'm aware. They are my relatives and immigrated in 1913. Some settled in Minneapolis (my family), others in Chicago.I've never met any of the ones in Chicago. The only one left in Minneapolis is my mom, I think.|
Im trying to trace some information on the following person passed believed to be from Poland in the second world war where i believe some relatives were killed in concentration camps.
Maria Gnewieska (maiden name) but may have been married and widowed before coming to England.
Not sure if you can help but if not please advise where i can find info out for my Family Tree.
Thank you for your time
|Message||This is a great blog. I commend your research. I too had relatives from Zywiec Zablocie with some similar last names, i.e. Regina Sanetra who married Marcin Klusak. Their son Jan Klusak married Antonina Kakol, daughter of Stefan Kakol and Agnieszka Drozd. I am anxious to review your blog closer to see if we have a distant connection. Again, thank you for your work on this topic.|
|Message||On this anniversary of Aushwitz, I am just researching my family names.|
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I think your blog is fantastic. I have been searching for most of my family on my father's side. My grandmother Frances Pawlus was sent to a work camp at 17 and my grandfather John Kulinski served in the Polish Military. My grandmother was from Bystra and my grandfather Miernow. After WW2 they immigrated to the USA heading first to River Grove Illinois and then to Chicago. I am trying to located the names and any information on their siblings. All of this was lost and nobody in the family really has any info on their past. I know also know their grandparents names Michael Pawlus and Carolina Golek and Adam Kulinski and Margaret Fortuna. I have more info as I have compiled a tree on ancestry.com and I'm basically putting this out there much like you to try and see where this leads. Please contact me and we can further discuss.
|Message||It has been great finding my 1st cousin, Ida Eggert's, husband Ervin Senetra. I've learned quite a bit by reading your blog. It's sad how things happened during the flu epidemic. I look forward to reading more.|
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|Message||I try to find some information about my Polish ancestors from my grandmothers side.|
My grandmother was WCISLO Victoria born at Karsy Greboszow Tarnow on 17 july 1899. She was the daughter of WCISLO Ludovicus and ZARZYCKA Maria. She left Poland with her husband Waloszek Stanislaw round about 1920 they first went to France, afterwards to Belgium, later in the 1950 to the USA.
I try to find information about the reason why people left Poland around this time (early 1900). I also try to find some information about the kind of profession my great-grandfather could have had in a place like Tarnow Greboszow.
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