7764Re: [S-R] town names
- Jul 20, 2003At 09:21 PM 7/19/2003 -0400, you wrote:
>Hello Joe:Based on Joe's answer, the villages are in southeast Poland now, which was
>Thank you for responding. Was Przysietnica ever part of Hungary/Austria,
>as that is what was on their wedding certificate as place of birth. And as
>far as the Kannien, Galacia, was reaching - was on a passenger list for
>fathers home address... and was same name as my ancestor, just trying to
>fit pieces together. Have very little to go on. Thought if it was
>located nearby Przysietnica, may be a relation.
Galicia until 1918. Galicia was ruled by Austria, which was part of the
dual kingdom of Austria-Hungary. Therefore the answer would be yes.
> I think the 1st and 3rd are the same place: Przysietnica in
> Galicia. There are at least two: one east of Krosno and one
> south of Nowy Sacz, both in southeast Poland. Kannien looks like
> it was read wrong from something else, maybe Kamienna or
> something similar. There are scads of places with similar names,
> as the root is "kamien", meaning a rock or stone. Do you have
> the name as originally written you could post or send?
> > could someone please tell me where these towns are located near, if
> > they still are same names: Pozyticlnice,Galacia and Kannien,Galacia
> > and Przysietnica,Galacia? Thank you for any help. rs
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