Re: [www.Kresy-Siberia.org] Re: Introducing new member Tomasz Mazurkiewicz, from Sochaczew, Poland
- View SourceI find these Mazurkiewicz on the lists of victims.
9413 Mazurkiewicz Antoni s. Jana Przod PP 1896 Twer 10847 Mazurkiewicz Józef s. Piotra St. przod. PP 1904 Twer 12865 Mazurkiewicz Władysław s. Michała post PP 1913 Twer 12866 Mazurkiewicz Władysław s. Bernarda post PP 1907 Twer 1803 mazurkiewicz dymitri jan 1900 65 3 68 1561 Mazurkiewicz Edward s. Wincentego kpt r. 1898 † Charków Charkow 3374 Mazurkiewicz Jerzy s. Stefana por r. 1914 † Charków Charkow 6250 Mazurkiewicz Kazimierz s. Bonifacego ppor r. 1903 † Charków Charkow 6251 Mazurkiewicz Leon 0 ppor r. 1897 † Charków Charkow 6252 Mazurkiewicz Leon s. Bolesława ppor r. 1912 † Charków Charkow 8119 MAZURKIEWICZ Leon s. Bolesława aspirant 1897 † Charków Charkow 13956 Mazurkiewicz Michał s. Piotra straznik 1898 Miednoje 3375 Mazurkiewicz Stanisław s. Karola por r. 1906 † Charków Charkow 8317 Mazurkiewicz Stefan s. Jana kpr pchor r. 1907 † Charków Charkow 3376 Mazurkiewicz-Dubieński Mieczysław s. Bonifacego por r. 1907 † Charków CharkowMark T.
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Subject: [www.Kresy-Siberia.org] Re: Introducing new member Tomasz Mazurkiewicz, from Sochaczew, Poland
--- In mailto:Kresy-Siberia%40yahoogroups.com, "holdenikus" wrote:
> Hello to all,
> First of all - thanks Helen, all ok now I can introduce myself.
> My name is Tomasz Mazurkiewicz, I'm in Sochaczew, Poland.
> I had joined this group to research and get more informations about my family and Bajonówka, Aleksandria, Równe, Wo³yn.
Don't know whether you have seen this, but here is an article on Bajonowka, along with a plan showing the various plots of land - your families included...
There seems to be lots of article type stuff on this site which I am yet to explore but it looks well worth an extended look. My family were from nearby Krechowiecka, the area of which I was fortunate enough to visit back in 2004.
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> Hi Tom...thanks for this, I will print and give to grandmother, tommorrow there is grandma's day - I hope she will be very happy while reading it.
> Don't know whether you have seen this, but here is an article on
> Bajonowka, along with a plan showing the various plots of land - your families included...
> There seems to be lots of article type stuff on this site which I
> am yet to explore but it looks well worth an extended look. My
> family were from nearby Krechowiecka, the area of which I was
> fortunate enough to visit back in 2004.
one more interesting is that as many information I'm getting and speak to her, then more things she is recalls herself.
last week I got details about her baptismals and parents friends - Czerniszewicz family.
with kind regards to all users,
here is my grandmother family in picture:
from the left up corner:
- Wanda (killed in 1940 by NKWD in osada Bajonowka)
- Gienia (died in 90's)
- Zofia (mother, died in Sibieria)
- Deoniza (my grandma, still with us !)
- Franciszek (died in 50's)
- Fabian (died in 90's)
- Lidka (died in 90's)
- Krystyna (died already in "new" Poland)
Picture was done in summer 1938, in their garden in Bajonowka.