Re: [bukowsko_triangle] Wegrzyn Genealogy ... Dlugie and Sanok, Poland
- On May 31, 2006, at 1:17 AM, fwegerson@... wrote:
> Philip,COuld have been, but there's three Drozd families (supposedly
> In my more youthful days (ealry 1970's), I used to hang out at a very
> popular bar club in North Chicago, IL called The Polish Home. The
> proprietor was Chester Drozd. The bar is still there, but I don't
> know if Chester, a great guy, is still around. Any relation?
unrelated) in Nagorzany alone, and it is a common last name. It isn't
an easy name to research for that reason. Too hard to separate the
wheat from the chaff.
I just looked at your photos on the BT web site:
Thanks for the photos. The condition of those books sure looks familiar!
A real shame.
Those books should be archived at the diocese and microfilmed or
digitally copied. Of course, then we lose access because the diocesan
archivist is too busy to look up records and won't allow access (last I
Perhaps we should set up a foundation like "Jewish Records Indexing" and
get these books filmed! http://www.jewishgen.org/jri-pl/
> Our second cousin Elzbieta Kedra, who resides in Sanok, PL, recently
> emailed a number of photos to me that capture her recent experience
> obtaining church records for the family of Szymon Wegrzyn b. 1812, his
> immediate family, and more. I set up a photo album titled Wegrzyn
> Family History that is available to BT members. Also received a long
> email message in Polish that will be translated to English next week.
> Will share with BT members items of general interest. Comments
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