Can anyone help with this inquiry
25 March 2007
Hi Mr Roy
Last year tata and ciocia wrote a letter to the parish
priest of Rozaniec – ks Stanislaw Skrok – asking for
information about their parents who came from this region.
I have attached a copy of their letter. They did not hear
back from Poland and nothing else has been done since then.
These are the addresses of the parish priests of both
Rozaniec and Tarnogrod:
Ró¿aniec - Œw. Antoniego Padewskiego
Ró¿aniec II 167, 23-420 Tarnogród, tel. 084 689 9345
Prob.: ks. Stanis³aw Skrok
Tarnogród - Przemienienia Pañskiego
ul. Koœcielna 14, 23-420 Tarnogród, tel./fax 084 689
Prob.: Ryszard Sierkowski
I have also attached maps of the Bilgoraj Powiat and the
Tarnogrod Gmina, You can see that there is a Rozaniec I,
Rozaniec II and a Wola Rozaniecka. I understand that
Rozaniec was almost destroyed by the
and 800 people were taken away. Rozaniec was never very big
in the first place. Even now there are only about 6,000
Regarding ciocia’s and tata’s details:
Tata: Mieczyslaw born Chotyn (pow. Dubno woj. Wolynskie) 9
Ciocia: Bronislawa born Chotyn 12 August 1928
(although the records you obtained for ciocia from Russia
put the date as 1925 which is the same year as their brother
Boleslaw was born – and his name is written as Bronislaw
on the same records)
They were deported on 10 February 1940 and arrived at their
camp – Obil - north of Kotlas in oblasc Archangielskaya
– on 12 March 1940. They lived there from 1940 – 1941.
Thank you so much for your help. After tata and ciocia
wrote the letter last year and received no reply I think
they felt like the only door to finding out about their
family had closed on them and they gave up trying other
I will look into the “Karta” website and tata and I
will look into joining the Kresy-Siberia group in the Easter
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