As you know, the three communities of interest - Nowosielce, Dlugie, Zarszyn - border on each other and are just west of Sanok's city line. Not sure if Nowosielce has a church. Catholics from Dlugie were members of Zarszyn's St. Martin and Our Lady of the Scapular Church until 1980 when a new Catholic parish and church opened in Dlugie. My cousin Elzbieta (Sanok) and her mother Daniela (Dlugie) found "family bibles" at the Zarszyn church that traced our ancestors back to the early 1800's. I hired a genealogist (Grazyna Rychlik) to dig deeper into the local records which resulted in a documented paper trail back to about 1778. Haven't found the link to your gr-great grandmother Elzbieta Wegrzyn ... yet. It's there.
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From: davepacek <davepacek@...>
To: bukowsko triangle <email@example.com>
Sent: Wed, 01 Jun 2011 03:10:38 -0000 (UTC)
Subject: [bukowsko_triangle] Re: New member intro (longish...)
I've been working with Frank to pin down the villages.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Walt/Gloria Elston" <elstonwg@...> wrote:
> I happen to be looking through the Gazetteer in my own research and found
> the following that might help you:
> Lenius/Genealogical Gazetteer of Galicia lists the following:
> Dlugie in Admin Dist, Gorlice, Roman Cath Parish Zmigrod Nowy; Gk Cath
> Parish: Radocyna
> Dlugie in Admin Dist, Sanok; Roman Cath Parish: Zarszyn, Gk Cath Parish:
> Nowosielce Gniewosz
> Dlugie in Admin Dist, Krosno; Roman Cath Parish: Jedlicze (no Gk Cath Parish
> Nowosielce in Admin Dist, Przeworsk; Roman Cath Parish, Nowosielce; Gk Cath
> Parish, Mirocin
> Nowosielce in Admin Dist Chodorow; Roman Cath Parish Chodorow, Gk Cath
> Parish Nowosielce
> Nowosielce Gniewosz, Admin Dist Sanok; Roman Cath PArish, Zarszyn, Gk Cath
> Parish Nowosielce Gniewosz
> Nowosielce Kozickie, Aadmin Dist Bircza; Roman Cath Parish Nowosielce
> Kozickie; Gk Cath Parish, Wojkowa
> The trick is to find the correct village and the religious affiliation of
> your ancestor. Hope this helps.
> On Tue, May 31, 2011 at 8:10 PM, Philip Semanchuk <philip@...>wrote:
> > On May 31, 2011, at 9:15 PM, davepacek wrote:
> > > Many thanks to Frank for letting me know about this group. It promises to
> > be a great source of info. I started to research my paternal family line,
> > about which I knew very little indeed. A few months have passed, and I've
> > accumulated a few hard facts, some promising hints, and many questions to
> > answer.
> > Hi Dave,
> > Welcome to the list!
> > > Here's what I know or surmise:
> > >
> > > My grandfather was Andrzej F Pacek. Almost all information I have on him
> > comes from US census records, which show his origin in general terms as
> > either Austria, Poland, and/or Galicia. The census records report his
> > immigration year as 1900. He perhaps shows up initially in the 1900 census
> > as 'Andy Pacak', living as a boarder in Pittsburg. His birth date according
> > to his WWII draft registration was 30 Oct 1879. The next official record is
> > of his marriage in Pittsburg on Aug 22, 1905 to Konstancja Burczek. His
> > father is listed as 'Frank' Pacek, and his mother as 'Elizabeth' Wegrzyn.
> > (alt. Wegzyn).
> > Have you been able to find an immigration record for Andrzej F Pacek? He
> > probably came in through Ellis Island or Philly.
> > > I know a bit more about my grandmother Kostancija. (alt. Kostancya),
> > thanks mostly to a life insurance application she filed in the early 1900's,
> > and the ship manifest for her arrival in the US. She was born on Mar 15,
> > 1886. Her residence per the manifest was Dlugie. Her father's name was
> > Anton, and her mother's simply listed as 'Frank.'. She traveled to the US in
> > Jan 1905 on the SS Kroonland in the company of a 19 year old cousin named
> > Maryanne Burzcek, from Nowosielce.
> > Was this through Ellis Island or...? Can you give us a link to the
> > manifest?
> > Cheers
> > Philip
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