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(22)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
(4)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
(13)... 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
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(5)thank you, philip, i will try that.
(14)Thanks it was a long shot indeed. I appreciate that you took time to reply! Best Regards, Jill A Baty
(5)Hi thanks those will be the next steps! Best Regards, Jill A Baty
(14)Cynthia: Sorry but these are not names that are familiar in our family. Mary From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
(4)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
(3)Let me add that I had no intentions to embarrass anyone. Case closed. Cheers, Roman On 2/18/2017 4:42 PM, Debbie Greenlee email@example.com
(9)I can't give the answers yet. I posted these same questions on Polish Genius but I don't have three winners. Debbie
(6)Debbie, I can help. I know surnames of people from Nowotaniec and near of Nowotaniec. I know Polish nuances. Emil
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