[tarnobrzeg-gen] Re: Radio Leliwa http://www.leliwa.pl/
- Dear Marek,
Is it possible for you to ask for descendants of our ancestors, still living
in the home towns to make contact with us? Is that what you mean when you
ask if there are any messages?
I am quite sure that the relatives that I may still have in the Tarnobrzeg
area do not have computers, but I would love to make contact with them,
somehow. Do you have any suggestions?
- On Sat, 15 Jan 2000 19:02:24 EST GFSJan@... writes:
> Is it possible for you to ask for descendants of our ancestors,That is what I mean.However I am not sure how
> still living
> in the home towns to make contact with us? Is that what you mean
> when you
> ask if there are any messages?
I should arrange the way of receiving responses if any.
I need someone there to take such responsibility.
Last time I was talking about internet general and my
regular Tarnobrzeg-L list.This time I want to switch to
tarnobrzeg-gen.Never spoke to radio Leliwa before about such
project but I think they will approve that idea.
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- Dear Marek,
Quite some time ago, you provided me with a list of people with surnames that
I am researching in the Wrzawy, Tarnobrzeg area. I never had the courage to
call any of them.
My paternal grandfather, Karol Wicinski, came to the US from Wrzawy in 1913.
He sailed from Hamburg on the Imperator. He was born in November of 1897 in
Wrzawy. His parents were Maria Czajka Wicinski and Ludwik Wicinski. He had
at least two brothers and one sister who remained in Poland. My grandfather
returned to visit relatives in Poland on at least two occasions, one in 1957
or 58 and then again in about 1965. I believe he visited relatives in
Wrzawy. I would very much like to make contact with descendants of these
great-uncles and great-aunt.
My maternal grandmother, Anna Stelmach Bondel, came to the US from Wrzawy in
the early 1920's. She joined a brother, Peter Stelmach in the US. Peter was
married to a Katazyna. Her maiden name may have been Prarat. Peter and
Katie returned to Poland, probably in the early 30's. Anna was born in June
of 1898. Her passport lists her occupation as "seamstress". Her mother was
Katazyna Bartoszek Stelmach and her father was either Peter or Joseph
Stelmach. One of her sisters may have married a Laskowski. She had at
least one brother and one sister, possibly more. Once again, I would love to
make contact with descendants.
My e-mail address is: GkneeoloG@...
My snail mail address is: Lucia Wicinski
6624 Rockledge Drive
Brecksville, Ohio 44141
I don't know if you think it is advisable to make such a request on the
radio. Please do what you think is best.