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Any idea how many people escaped persecution by Nazi's and associate

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Until 1918 the area was part of Austria-Hungarian empire. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Austria-Hungary After that it became an independent Poland? That lasted
E. WizardGlick
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Mar 25

Bukowsko Mall and Motel

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I think you missed the point. Business thrives when there is money in the area. People will choose a more expensive local product, say same manufacturer, to
E. WizardGlick
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Mar 21

New to this, I'm looking for surname Maczaczyj

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... I’ll add for Steve that the “sz” letter combination in Polish sounds like the English “sh” in “shoe” and “ship”, so Szpinda sounded like
Philip Semanchuk
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Mar 18

ANCZAKOWSKI

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thank you, philip, i will try that.
pat porte
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Mar 6

Grzyb, Lenio, Saganoski/Jamborz, et al. from Nadolany

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Thanks it was a long shot indeed. I appreciate that you took time to reply! Best Regards, Jill A Baty
Jill Baty
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Mar 2

Nisko

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Hi thanks those will be the next steps! Best Regards, Jill A Baty
Jill Baty
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Mar 2

Thank you

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Cynthia: Sorry but these are not names that are familiar in our family. Mary From: bukowsko_triangle@yahoogroups.com [mailto:bukowsko_triangle@yahoogroups.com]
Mary Pitt
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Feb 25

Odp: [bukowsko_triangle] CONTEST ANSWERS

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Roman, Oh, now I understand and I agree with him. It's interesting though, several people on BT and Polish Genius listed February 23 as Tłusty Wtorek, not
Debbie Greenlee
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Feb 21

Contest Question Jill

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Let me add that I had no intentions to embarrass anyone. Case closed. Cheers, Roman On 2/18/2017 4:42 PM, Debbie Greenlee daveg@airmail.net
Roman Kaluzniacki
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Feb 18

Contest Questions

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I can't give the answers yet. I posted these same questions on Polish Genius but I don't have three winners. Debbie
Debbie Greenlee
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Feb 18

Nowotaniec Cemetery

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Debbie, I can help. I know surnames of people from Nowotaniec and near of Nowotaniec. I know Polish nuances. Emil
emil_tomczyk
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Feb 18
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