Re: [S-R] Re: Rymut
My guess is that Christenek is the German form of the
Polish name, but that doesn't necessarily mean the
families are related.
--- Jeanne and Fred Linley <jlorf@...>
> Thank you! Your directions for the Polish site are
> I found 39 Krystyneks on the site in "CU, ZA, LU" -
> which is on the Eastern
> edge of Poland. This is the first time I have found
> any Krystyneks, other
> than in Bohemia!! Thank you so much!
> Now my question is:
> My family is spelled in Germany: "Christinek"
> - do you think this could be the same family?
> Jeanne Lorf Linley and Fred Linley
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: <nhasior@...>
> To: <SLOVAK-ROOTS@yahoogroups.com>
> Sent: Tuesday, August 12, 2003 7:46 PM
> Subject: Re: [S-R] Re: Rymut
> if you do not understand Polish language it is a
> little tricky but no big
> deal once you get the hang of it.
> the URL is"<A HREF="http://www.herby.com.pl/herby/">
> once you are into the website go halfway down the
> page and click on to:
> Wsp�lczesnie w Polsce Uzywanych</A>
> you will then hit the search (szukaj) area into
> which you will put the name
> you are researching.
> then hit the search button "szukaj"
> it will bring up all the people who lived in Poland
> with that particular
> in 1990. you will need to go down a bit and hit:
> >Tutaj znajduja sie objasnienia skr�t�w</A>
> this will bring up a listing of all the counties
> which existed at the time
> Poland. if you hit:
> >Zobacz mape</A>
> you can get a good idea of where folks lived with
> that surname at the time
> the census.
> good luck and many happy searches. i love this
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