Re: Bronislaw Bialkowski
- Dennis, thanks for the information.
I visited both sites but they are in Polish and sadly I only speak
I will bookmark these sites tho for further investigation if I find
someone here that speaks the language.
At least we have gotten this far in our investigation and I have
plenty of time to look about as I'm retired.
- Hello Terry,
There are two places that have the name Zabno (Z~abno).
Examine the LDS FHL catalog to see if the Radomysl and Zabno
Roman Catholic parishes, respectively, records are available on
microfilm. Also examine the Polish State Archives website to see if
Polish archives have the records respective parish vital statistic
registers, contact the parishes directly, and contact the local
--- In Galicia_Poland-Ukraine@yahoogroups.com, "Bialkowski"
> My grandfather came from "Zabno" according to his ship manifest
> Any further information would be appreciated.
> Thanks for your help
> Terry Bialkowski
> Windsor, Ontario
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
- Hi !
I suggest to get in touch with Mr.Krzysztof Bialkowski
His relative -prof.Jacek Bialkowski -famous cardiosurgeon from Zabrze Poland
God bless Ukraine!
Volodymyr Semeniv, MD
> 1a. Bronislaw Bialkowski
> Posted by: "terryjo416" tbialkowki@... terryjo416
> Date: Wed Jul 5, 2006 1:08 pm (PDT)
> We are currently trying to find out something about my Grandfather,
> Bronislaw Bialkowski. He was born in Galicia in 1883. His parents
> were listed on his marriage cert.(1910, Brantford, Ontario Canada) as
> Joseph and Victoria Bialkowski of Galicia.
> We know he had a brother, Thomas Bialkowski, that also lived in
> Brantford, Ontario and listed the same parents on his marriage license
> in 1913. At that time he was a widower.
> Any information about this family would be very helpful. Thanks in
> Terry J. Bialkowski