- For those of you looking for clues, I have a ship s list of Polish soldiers embarking for Canada on Nov. 26, 1947 (transport # 122 from England) with name,Message 1 of 2 , Apr 2, 2002View SourceFor those of you looking for clues, I have a ship's list of Polish
soldiers embarking for Canada on Nov. 26, 1947 (transport # 122 from
England) with name, rank, army service number and in some cases, year
of birth. E-mail me if you recognize the surname. Unclear names are
followed by (?).
P.R.C. Officers: Bukowski-Ozorja, Bodnar, Brzuszkiewicz,
Drzewieniecki, Ksiezopolski, Kucharski, Mloszejowski(?), Sikorski.
P.R.C. Others: Bidzinski, Bieszczad, Bodnar, Borman, Bubiak,
Bulkiewicz, Ciszewski, Czulinski, Dejneka, Dmitrow, Deren(?),
Dzikiewicz, Dziurda, Galaida, Gelosz(?), Golab, Gryszowka, Halucha,
Jakielaszok, Janik, Klymczuk, Klopocki,Knot, Koladzicz, Korba,
Koziana, Kozka, Kuczma, Kulba, Kulczycki, Kuropatwa, Lipowski, Lobos,
Lozinski, Machowski, Malinowski, Markowski, Maslanka, Musial, Niemiec,
Nowak, Palinski, Pietrowski(?), Piotrowski, Podbielski, Pomietlarz,
Romanowski, Rudnicki, Stepkowski, Stroz, Szpikula, Tomalak,
Towarnicki, Warszawski(?), Zacharczyk,Zielinski, Zywert, Zasimowicz.
P.R.C. ATS: Borys, Osetek
P.L.F: Domko, Lornuta, Krasilczuk, Kwasniewski, Kwiatek, Lubczynski,
Masajada, Nykiel, Strozowski, Studonny.
Other: Galesz, Glass
- Hi Henry, I am just now catching up on some of my e-mails; your e-mail with a list of names of Polish soldiers who were embarking for Canada on Nov. 26, 1947Message 2 of 2 , Apr 17, 2002View SourceHi Henry,
I am just now catching up on some of my e-mails; your e-mail with a list of names of Polish soldiers who were embarking for Canada on Nov. 26, 1947 immediately caught my eye!
I recognize the surname of one of the soldiers, Kuropatwa. I would like to know where he is from if it's possible--my father's friend who lived with us was named Tom Kuropatwa. He took care of us when we were children when my mother became ill. I have often wondered if he was related to us because I understand his brother Jan, lived with us too, until he died which was about the time I was born. (Everyone is ciocia or wujek in our Polish world!) Tom was very small and unable to do heavy work). When I was in Poland in 1995 I visited the cemetery where my grandfather is buried and I noticed the name Kuropatwa on a nearby stone. This cemetery is located in Raclawice near the small village of Doslonce, (or Kliny as it was called when my grandparents lived there). If you know where or how I can get more information please let me know.