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  • Eugene and Nancy Martin
    Jul 7, 2006
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      I could not find a book entitled "From Serfdom to Selfdom" on Amazon.com or
      through Google.

      Please tell me the author, publisher and ISBN number so I can obtain the


      Nancy Galka Martin
      Family from Tarnobrzeg, Baranow Sandomierski, Dimitrow Duzy, Dimitrow Maly,
      Domacyny, etc.

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      From: "vicky gunkel" <vjgunkel59@...>
      To: <tarnobrzeg-gen@yahoogroups.com>
      Sent: Thursday, July 06, 2006 6:52 PM
      Subject: Re: [tarnobrzeg-gen] something to talk about

      > Jan, some time ago, I sent a some church records on Wilk's, Duma's and
      > possibly Rutnya's to someone and never knew if they were helpful or
      > beneficial to that person. These people were from the Tarnobrzeg area,
      > and settled in the Kansas City area. I hate to ask but my memory doesn't
      > serve me well, was that you? My grandfather came from an area that looks
      > like Jerziorko on his ships manifest but it has never been concluded due
      > to the horrible handwriting. I was always told he was from Tarnobrzeg.
      > His baptismal certificate lists Zaleszany as the Parochia, Miechocin as
      > the Decantus, Przemsyl as the Dioecesis, and Tarnobrzeg as the Districtus.
      > (1896 Galacia, Austria) if thats any help to locating baptismal records to
      > anyone looking for that time frame. I am with Tom on hitting dead ends as
      > well as recommending the book, From Serfdom to Selfdom. Sorry I am late
      > to replying to this group. There have been so little activity that I
      > don't check here too often. I hope things
      > change and we can help each other. Vicky
      > janbirkner@... wrote: --Dear Geyle,
      > I was so happy to see you in the chat room. Sorry i was late, had a storm!
      > I would really hate to see this list disappear! I haven't found all of my
      > Tarnobrzeg people yet! Mine were from all around that area. Jeziorko,
      > Grebow, Mielec. I am especially interested right now in my mother's
      > grandfather, Mateusz ZIOBERSKI. Apparently he left that area, and ended up
      > in Zgoda Lubelskie, where he became a shoemaker, and married his boss's
      > daughter! His father was named Tomas, and he had a sister, but nobody
      > seems ot remember her name, only that she moved away. Mateusz left the
      > area because he didn't want to go into the army. My grandmother was born
      > in Zgoda Lubelskie in about 1895 or 1896. We have no birth record of her.
      > She died when my mother was born, and my grandfather said he thought she
      > was about 2 5. Her ship manifest said she was 17 years old when she
      > arrived in the US, which was in 1912 or 1914. Can't access the program
      > right now, but will get it all together, and send it
      > on. Who knows, maybe there is a cousin here for me!
      > I have written to the man at Trees.pl, about our October anniversary
      > celebration at genealogyforum.org, and he has agreed to do a talk for us.
      > He asked that I send him a list of questions that our chatters (or anyone
      > else!) might have about research in Poland. They have access to many
      > different places for information!
      > So, there is something for everyone to work on...ZIOBERSKI Any takers?
      > Also ithe Tarnobrzeg area I have
      > RUDOLF
      > RUTYNA
      > MARSALEK
      > ZAJAC
      > DUMA
      > Janeczko
      > WILK
      > I have a few records on some of them. They are church pages, and have a
      > LOT of names on them! I will try to make a list of the names on the
      > records that I have. Maybe there will be something that is needed by
      > someon on this list!
      > Jan
      > Jan Birkner
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      > ---- Gayle Schlissel Riley <key2pst@...> wrote:
      >> IF this group were to stay on..or up..We would need something to talk
      >> about.
      >> Where have you found records? resources? Anyone going to Poland soon?
      >> Andrew Tarnowski from the great landowner family has written a book. The
      >> Last Mazurka(dance). I found it very interesting. IT speaks about the
      >> Tarnowski family during mostly the WWII period. Telling a little about
      >> Dzikow. I think it is worth reading. For now it can only be purchased
      >> from Amazon.com.UK.
      >> Jan I logged on to the chat realizing it only up at night. Gayle
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