You will find information about the Redo family here:
Enter: Redo into the "Nazwisko" box and click "Szukaj"
A list of 15 names will appear. By clicking on each surname you will obtain details of each person listed.
It seems that Boleslaw and Anna Redo were deported with four children Stanislawa (1927); Wanda (1928), Zdzislaw (1929) and Tadeusz (1932). Sadly Tadeusz died within 8 days of arriving at Warda labour camp.
You will information about Jan Dabrowski here:
More information on labour camp Warda:
(letter written by Antonia and Maria Glinka, granddaughters of Antoni Fajkowski)
(which indicates that 13 families 66 individuals were loaded into a wagon in Brzesc and deported to Warda)
--- In Kresy-Siberia@yahoogroups.com, Joanna Przybyl <jackprzyb@...> wrote:
> Thank you so much!! You are such a special, wonderful group of people.
> Today I've got first information about my grandma Marysia and my father
> Zdzis³aw. Thanks to Halina(NZ) and all of you I now know where they were
> lived and where they were deported.
> I was born and raise in Poland, so I speak and write in Polish better then
> in English. So sorry for my mistakes.
> My grandma Marianna Bo¿emój (after her husband) but Redo was her family
> name , was living in Sieniechiewszczyzna with her parents Grzegorz Redo (he
> passed before WWII) and he was a widower with 5 kid when he married my
> grandmother's mother Leontyna Redo (Krasuska) .My grandmother Marianna
> married Jan Bo¿emój from NIemirów, so she moved to NIemirów.. My father
> Zdzis³aw Bo¿emój was born June ,09,1936, not as it is in Russian document
> in 1937 in NIemirów. His father Jan Bo¿emój was wounded during fight in
> September 1939 and died later in the hospital in Brze¶æ.
> So after my granddad death my grandma with her son moved back to her
> mother house in Sieniechiewszczyzna. From here they were deported to
> Syberia on February,10,1940. with almost all members of family.
> Members of family, my grandma siblings:
> Ignacy Redo-deported to Syberia, later jointed II Polish Army with gen.
> Berling. Returned to Poland. Lived in Unis³aw Pomorski with his family-
> wife Walentyna Redo (Olejniczak), children- Sabina, Ryszard, Roman and Anna
> . Deceased.
> Franciszek Redo-deprted to Syberia and jointed Berling's Army, returnd to
> Poland, lived in Unis³aw with wife Maria and son Leszek.Deceased.
> Jadwiga Redo later Bruks- deported to Syberia and later jointed Anders
> Army, she was on Monte Casino, England and later moved with her family to
> USA. Lived in New Jersey with Husband Feliks Bruks and sons Andrzej and
> Zbigniew. Died in 2000.
> Sabina Redo (Siemak)- Deported to Syberia, jointed Anders Army with
> Jadwiga, was in Englad after the war, got married Feliks Siemak, had sons
> Andrzej and Robert and daughter Danuta. Later moved to USA, lived in New
> Jersey and Los Angels. Died in 2012.
> Marianna Bo¿emój (Redo)- deporetd to Syberia. Returned to Poland in 1946
> or 1947 Good Friday before Wielkanoc.to Kutno. Then lived in Nysa K³odzka
> and then in Unis³aw Pomorski.Deceased.
> I remember that she was working in Syberia in the forest during the winter
> and during the spring or summer they work on the river with pushing those
> big wood on the river., She had to support his little son, sick mother,
> sick brother Ignacy, and small brother Gerard.
> Gerard Redo- deported to Syberia. Stayed with my grandma and my father and
> returned with them. Lived in Warka with his wife Ala, daughter Urszula, and
> son Mariusz Deceased.
> My grandma's the oldest brother Tadeusz ( from the second marriage of my
> geat grandfather Grzegorz) was in Military and was not deported, but his
> wife Klara ( I only know that she played violin and was very pretty) was
> deported to Syberia, jointed Anders Army, was in England and in USA.
> My Father Zdzis³aw Bo¿emój- deported with his mom to Syberia. Returned with
> her to Poland. Lived in Unis³aw Pomorski with his wife (my mother) Helena,
> and children El¿bieta, Joanna (me) and Rados³aw. He died in 1989.
> With this family lived one men :Jan. My great grandfather fined him very
> sick somewhere near the railway. and took him to his home. He helped later
> with working with cows. He was not on the list, but did not want to stay
> alone , he wanted to go with his new family. They never knew his real name.
> He only could say like this:
> Kraków, Miechów, Czêstochowa, Ziemia Kielecka, Jan D±browski, syn Karola.
> He died in Syberia.
> The other family members deported to Syberia;
> Boles³aw Redo with wife Anna Redo, and children Stanis³awa, Wanda and
> Zdzis³aw. They returned to Poland, but now they are all dead.
> I know that other family members were there from Fajkowski family, but not
> a lot.
> I remember some talks at home about people, places, but was so stupid to
> not write down or remember more. The time when they were living in
> Siechieniowszczyzna, and later in Syberia are like black tablet to me. I
> even did not remember the place where they were took. I hope to find more
> information, maybe people who know them.
> Thanks to the Tadeusz Niebrzegowski and his writings I was able to find
> some information. I am sure he knows my family, my father. I onlu would
> hope to meet Mr. Tadeusz Niebrzegowski and talk to him.
> In 3 weeks I will go to Poland and will spend there about 2 months. We find
> my grandmother address book , so I am going to visit every place
> I am going there with my children_ Adam-19, Kasia-5, Anna-12 and Micha³-8.
> I want for them to research my family history.
> Thank you so much for your help. God bless you.
> Joanna Przybyl (Bo¿emój)