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  • Gayle Schlissel Riley
    A just wanted to let you know you can find some information about Dzików/Tarnobrzeg in Krakov-Wawel-Archiv - oddzia³ Archiwum Tarnowskich z Dzikowa,
    Message 1 of 17 , Apr 28, 2000
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      A just wanted to let you know you can find some information about
      Dzików/Tarnobrzeg in Krakov-Wawel-Archiv - oddzia³ Archiwum Tarnowskich
      z Dzikowa, sygnature 194.

      Mazek, is the address to above archive this one:
      Oddzial Tarnowie
      33-101 Tarnow
      ul.Boleslawa Chrobrego 31

      I am not sure which address the author is referring to, she is a natural
      Polish speaker..Gayle
    • hamcoman
      I understand during the late 1800 s Poland was split into the Austrian, Hungarian and Russian empires. I have been told that the Vistula river was one of the
      Message 2 of 17 , Jul 1 6:42 PM
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        I understand during the late 1800's Poland was split into the
        Austrian, Hungarian and Russian empires. I have been told that the
        Vistula river was one of the diving lines, therefore, can someone
        tell me which of the empires Tarnobrzeg belonged to in 1875?? I
        always thought it was part of Austria, but this may be an error.
        Marek???
      • Marek Duszkiewicz
        On Tue, 02 Jul 2002 01:42:53 -0000 hamcoman ... You are talking about era known as partitions of Poland . Tere was 3 of them and
        Message 3 of 17 , Jul 1 10:48 PM
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          On Tue, 02 Jul 2002 01:42:53 -0000 "hamcoman" <hardesty@...>
          writes:
          > I understand during the late 1800's Poland was split into the
          > Austrian, Hungarian and Russian empires. I have been told that the
          > Vistula river was one of the diving lines, therefore, can someone
          > tell me which of the empires Tarnobrzeg belonged to in 1875?? I
          > always thought it was part of Austria, but this may be an error.
          > Marek???

          You are talking about era known as "partitions of
          Poland". Tere was 3 of them and
          always among 3 powers: Russia, Prussia and Austro-Hungarian
          Empire. Each time partition borders were changed but in case
          of Tarnobrzeg there always was Austro-Hungarian rule for 146 years
          (1772-1918).
          You can learn more about it and see maps at
          http://www.rootsweb.com/~polwgw/ausgeruss.html

          or/and
          http://www.encyclopedia.com/html/p/poland-p1.asp

          Marek D.

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        • Richard A. Hardesty
          Thank you Marek...how big is Tarnobrzeg today...what is the population??? dick ... From: Marek Duszkiewicz To: tarnobrzeg-gen@yahoogroups.com Sent: Tuesday,
          Message 4 of 17 , Jul 2 4:15 PM
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            Thank you Marek...how big is Tarnobrzeg today...what is the population??? dick
            ----- Original Message -----
            From: Marek Duszkiewicz
            To: tarnobrzeg-gen@yahoogroups.com
            Sent: Tuesday, July 02, 2002 1:48 AM
            Subject: Re: [tarnobrzeg-gen] Tarnobrzeg




            On Tue, 02 Jul 2002 01:42:53 -0000 "hamcoman" <hardesty@...>
            writes:
            > I understand during the late 1800's Poland was split into the
            > Austrian, Hungarian and Russian empires. I have been told that the
            > Vistula river was one of the diving lines, therefore, can someone
            > tell me which of the empires Tarnobrzeg belonged to in 1875?? I
            > always thought it was part of Austria, but this may be an error.
            > Marek???

            You are talking about era known as "partitions of
            Poland". Tere was 3 of them and
            always among 3 powers: Russia, Prussia and Austro-Hungarian
            Empire. Each time partition borders were changed but in case
            of Tarnobrzeg there always was Austro-Hungarian rule for 146 years
            (1772-1918).
            You can learn more about it and see maps at
            http://www.rootsweb.com/~polwgw/ausgeruss.html

            or/and
            http://www.encyclopedia.com/html/p/poland-p1.asp

            Marek D.

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          • Gayle Schlissel Riley
            50,000..I was there last summer..It is a very spread out town..see my shtetlinl web page on Jewishgen..many pics.
            Message 5 of 17 , Jul 2 5:24 PM
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              50,000..I was there last summer..It is a very spread out town..see my shtetlinl
              web page on Jewishgen..many pics.

              http://wwhttpw.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/Tarnobrzeg/
              Gayle Schlissel Riley


              > Thank you Marek...how big is Tarnobrzeg today...what is the population??? dick
              > ----- Original Message -----
              > From: Marek Duszkiewicz
              > To: tarnobrzeg-gen@yahoogroups.com
              > Sent: Tuesday, July 02, 2002 1:48 AM
              > Subject: Re: [tarnobrzeg-gen] Tarnobrzeg
              >
              > On Tue, 02 Jul 2002 01:42:53 -0000 "hamcoman" <hardesty@...>
              > writes:
              > > I understand during the late 1800's Poland was split into the
              > > Austrian, Hungarian and Russian empires. I have been told that the
              > > Vistula river was one of the diving lines, therefore, can someone
              > > tell me which of the empires Tarnobrzeg belonged to in 1875?? I
              > > always thought it was part of Austria, but this may be an error.
              > > Marek???
              >
              > You are talking about era known as "partitions of
              > Poland". Tere was 3 of them and
              > always among 3 powers: Russia, Prussia and Austro-Hungarian
              > Empire. Each time partition borders were changed but in case
              > of Tarnobrzeg there always was Austro-Hungarian rule for 146 years
              > (1772-1918).
              > You can learn more about it and see maps at
              > http://www.rootsweb.com/~polwgw/ausgeruss.html
              >
              > or/and
              > http://www.encyclopedia.com/html/p/poland-p1.asp
              >
              > Marek D.
              >
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            • Marek Duszkiewicz
              On Tue, 2 Jul 2002 19:15:58 -0400 Richard A. Hardesty ... 86 square kilometers = aprox. 33 square miles population 51 000.- Marek D.
              Message 6 of 17 , Jul 3 12:51 AM
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                On Tue, 2 Jul 2002 19:15:58 -0400 "Richard A. Hardesty"
                <rhardest@...> writes:

                > ....how big is Tarnobrzeg today...what is the
                > population???

                86 square kilometers = aprox. 33 square miles
                population 51 000.-

                Marek D.

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              • Richard A. Hardesty
                Hi Gayle...please check the website address...does it really begin with wwhttpw? I couldn t access it...dick ... From: Gayle Schlissel Riley To:
                Message 7 of 17 , Jul 3 5:20 AM
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                  Hi Gayle...please check the website address...does it really begin with wwhttpw? I couldn't access it...dick
                  ----- Original Message -----
                  From: Gayle Schlissel Riley
                  To: tarnobrzeg-gen@yahoogroups.com
                  Sent: Tuesday, July 02, 2002 8:24 PM
                  Subject: Re: [tarnobrzeg-gen] Tarnobrzeg


                  50,000..I was there last summer..It is a very spread out town..see my shtetlinl
                  web page on Jewishgen..many pics.

                  http://wwhttpw.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/Tarnobrzeg/
                  Gayle Schlissel Riley


                  > Thank you Marek...how big is Tarnobrzeg today...what is the population??? dick
                  > ----- Original Message -----
                  > From: Marek Duszkiewicz
                  > To: tarnobrzeg-gen@yahoogroups.com
                  > Sent: Tuesday, July 02, 2002 1:48 AM
                  > Subject: Re: [tarnobrzeg-gen] Tarnobrzeg
                  >
                  > On Tue, 02 Jul 2002 01:42:53 -0000 "hamcoman" <hardesty@...>
                  > writes:
                  > > I understand during the late 1800's Poland was split into the
                  > > Austrian, Hungarian and Russian empires. I have been told that the
                  > > Vistula river was one of the diving lines, therefore, can someone
                  > > tell me which of the empires Tarnobrzeg belonged to in 1875?? I
                  > > always thought it was part of Austria, but this may be an error.
                  > > Marek???
                  >
                  > You are talking about era known as "partitions of
                  > Poland". Tere was 3 of them and
                  > always among 3 powers: Russia, Prussia and Austro-Hungarian
                  > Empire. Each time partition borders were changed but in case
                  > of Tarnobrzeg there always was Austro-Hungarian rule for 146 years
                  > (1772-1918).
                  > You can learn more about it and see maps at
                  > http://www.rootsweb.com/~polwgw/ausgeruss.html
                  >
                  > or/and
                  > http://www.encyclopedia.com/html/p/poland-p1.asp
                  >
                  > Marek D.
                  >
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                • Richard A. Hardesty
                  Thank you, Marek....dick ... From: Marek Duszkiewicz To: tarnobrzeg-gen@yahoogroups.com Sent: Wednesday, July 03, 2002 3:51 AM Subject: Re: [tarnobrzeg-gen]
                  Message 8 of 17 , Jul 3 5:30 AM
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                    Thank you, Marek....dick
                    ----- Original Message -----
                    From: Marek Duszkiewicz
                    To: tarnobrzeg-gen@yahoogroups.com
                    Sent: Wednesday, July 03, 2002 3:51 AM
                    Subject: Re: [tarnobrzeg-gen] Tarnobrzeg


                    On Tue, 2 Jul 2002 19:15:58 -0400 "Richard A. Hardesty"
                    <rhardest@...> writes:

                    > ....how big is Tarnobrzeg today...what is the
                    > population???

                    86 square kilometers = aprox. 33 square miles
                    population 51 000.-

                    Marek D.

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                  • rhardest@tampabay.rr.com
                    Okay, I figured it out and got to the website...very nice and interesting...are you Polish? I ve been searching for my wife s mothers family...hoping that
                    Message 9 of 17 , Jul 3 1:20 PM
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                      Okay, I figured it out and got to the website...very nice and interesting...are
                      you Polish? I've been searching for my wife's mothers family...hoping that
                      Marek or someone can help out. Unfortunately, I don't have the funds to be able
                      to travel there, although I would love to go and see it. Do you have any idea
                      how big the town was in 1875? How many Catholic churches were there then? My
                      wife's grandfather was Catholic...also was told he served in the Army, but
                      never said what Army...can now deduce that it was the Austrian Army!?
                      dick

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                      wwhttpw? I couldn't access it...dick<BR>
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                    • Marek Duszkiewicz
                      On Wed, 3 Jul 2002 13:20:10 US/Eastern rhardest@tampabay.rr.com writes: How many Catholic churches were there ... Kosciól pod wezwaniem Sw. M. Magdaleny
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                        On Wed, 3 Jul 2002 13:20:10 US/Eastern rhardest@... writes:

                        How many Catholic churches were there
                        > then?

                        Kosci�l pod wezwaniem Sw. M. Magdaleny
                        (Saint Magdalena Church) in Miechocin
                        (now part of Tarnobrzeg) built in the year 1340 and
                        still existing today.
                        39-400 Tarnobrzeg,
                        ul. Mickiewicza 93,
                        tel. (015) 822 76 07
                        mailto:miechocin@...


                        Kosci�l i Klasztor Ojc�w Dominikan�w(Dominikan Fathers
                        Church) in Tarnobrzeg, funded by Tarnowskis family
                        1676 r.,
                        http://www.tarnobrzeg.tpnet.pl/dominikanie/

                        > My wife's grandfather was Catholic...also was told he
                        > served in the Army, but never said what Army...can
                        > now deduce that it was the Austrian Army!?

                        He did not have any choice.
                        Men able to serve were forced to serve in the army of
                        given partition. So often Poles fought each other only
                        because they lived in difrent partition so they served
                        in competing armies.

                        Marek D.







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                      • Tom & Glenda Sajwaj
                        Marek: Is there a source for pictures, either historical or contemporary, for Saint Magdelena Church and the others near to Tarnobrzeg? Tom Sajwaj ...
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                          Marek:

                          Is there a source for pictures, either historical or contemporary, for
                          Saint Magdelena Church and the others near to Tarnobrzeg?

                          Tom Sajwaj

                          Marek Duszkiewicz wrote:

                          >
                          >On Wed, 3 Jul 2002 13:20:10 US/Eastern rhardest@... writes:
                          >
                          >How many Catholic churches were there
                          >
                          >>then?
                          >>
                          >
                          >Kosciól pod wezwaniem Sw. M. Magdaleny
                          >(Saint Magdalena Church) in Miechocin
                          >(now part of Tarnobrzeg) built in the year 1340 and
                          >still existing today.
                          >39-400 Tarnobrzeg,
                          >ul. Mickiewicza 93,
                          >tel. (015) 822 76 07
                          >mailto:miechocin@...
                          >
                          >
                          >Kosciól i Klasztor Ojców Dominikanów(Dominikan Fathers
                          >Church) in Tarnobrzeg, funded by Tarnowskis family
                          >1676 r.,
                          >http://www.tarnobrzeg.tpnet.pl/dominikanie/
                          >
                          >>My wife's grandfather was Catholic...also was told he
                          >>served in the Army, but never said what Army...can
                          >>now deduce that it was the Austrian Army!?
                          >>
                          >
                          >He did not have any choice.
                          >Men able to serve were forced to serve in the army of
                          >given partition. So often Poles fought each other only
                          >because they lived in difrent partition so they served
                          >in competing armies.
                          >
                          >Marek D.
                          >
                          >
                          >
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                        • Marek Duszkiewicz
                          On Fri, 05 Jul 2002 21:48:35 -0400 Tom & Glenda Sajwaj ... The one in Miechocin was even mentioned once in Polish edition of National Geographic in January
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                            On Fri, 05 Jul 2002 21:48:35 -0400 Tom & Glenda Sajwaj
                            <tesajwaj@...> writes:

                            > Is there a source for pictures, either historical or contemporary,
                            > for
                            > Saint Magdelena Church and the others near to Tarnobrzeg?

                            The one in Miechocin was even mentioned once in Polish edition
                            of National Geographic in January 2001. But church itself does
                            not have its website ready yet.

                            You can find Tarnobrzeg's churches adresses here in Polish only
                            http://www.sandomierz.opoka.org.pl/strdiec/parafie.php3?d=99&n=30
                            but sorry no pictures there unless they have links to its websites.

                            I have book with 2 photos of Miechocin church but they need to be
                            scanned.

                            See photos of Tarnobrzeg today
                            http://www.tarnobrzeg.pl/wspolczesnosc/fotoalbum.html
                            click an arrow on bottom for more

                            Marek D.

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                          • jazovy1973
                            Am wondering if anyone has seen these names while doing research. Lawrence Jazownik born in Tarnobrzeg, married Josephine Szczygel also born Tarnobzeg. Or if
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                              Am wondering if anyone has seen these names while doing research.
                              Lawrence Jazownik born in Tarnobrzeg, married Josephine Szczygel also
                              born Tarnobzeg. Or if there is a differnt spelling for jazownik any
                              help would be great or places I can look.
                            • Marek Duszkiewicz
                              -- jazovy1973 wrote: Am wondering if anyone has seen these names while doing research. Lawrence Jazownik born in Tarnobrzeg, married
                              Message 14 of 17 , May 19, 2007
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                                -- "jazovy1973" <geedle@...> wrote:

                                Am wondering if anyone has seen these names while doing research.
                                Lawrence Jazownik born in Tarnobrzeg, married Josephine Szczygel also
                                born Tarnobzeg. Or if there is a differnt spelling for jazownik any
                                help would be great or places I can look.
                                ----------------

                                I always try google first. This time i put >jazownik wrzawy<
                                where wrzawy is village name near Tarnobrzeg.Check it up:
                                http://www.google.com/search?
                                hl=en&q=jazownik+wrzawy&btnG=Google+Search

                                In the phone book I did find in Wrzawy:

                                Jazownik Halina (15) 8363711
                                Jazownik �ucja (15) 8363710
                                Jazownik Stanis�aw (15) 8363963
                                Jazownik Wies�aw (15) 8363714

                                in Gorzyce

                                Jazownik Edwarda (15) 8362079
                                ul.Zakole
                                ---------------------------------
                                When You write them include zip code
                                39-433 Wrzawy ; 39-432 Gorzyce

                                When You call them dial 01148 before above
                                given numbers.

                                Good Luck
                                Marek D.
                              • Gayle Schlissel Riley
                                Breaking News My website now has a video done by high school students of the from Tarnobrzeg, Poland on the Jews of Tarnobrzeg. Subtitles, with interviews of
                                Message 15 of 17 , Aug 10, 2008
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                                  Breaking News
                                  My website now has a video done by high school students of the from Tarnobrzeg, Poland on the Jews of Tarnobrzeg. Subtitles, with interviews of Tedeusz Zych and the keeper of the Jewish cemetery. Many sites of the town, beautifully done. This video will be shown in Chicago at the Jewish Genealogy conference.
                                  http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/Tarnobrzeg/html/2nd%20level/Video.htm
                                  More News to come, exciting news in a few weeks. Gayle Schlissel Riley
                                • jtruskot@comcast.net
                                  I can t tell you all how deeply this video affected me. It was as if some enormous degree of guilt, sorrow, and disappointment had all combined to help us
                                  Message 16 of 17 , Aug 10, 2008
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                                    I can't tell you all how deeply this video affected me. It was as if some enormous degree of guilt, sorrow, and disappointment had all combined to help us figure out where we go from here. My ancestors fled the area so as not to have to fight for the Austrians and to find some degree of independence and self determination in America. But the motivation to leave one's home must have been very severe indeed. And then the Nazis!

                                    We can only hope that there are great lessons to learn here. From Pope John Paul II, from our Polish grandparents (whether Jews and Catholics) and from the young Tarnobrzheg students who made the film. I do wish I could meet them some day and show them around Monterey County, California.

                                    Joe Trzukat
                                    --
                                    350 Chaparral Street
                                    Salinas, CA 93906
                                    831-624-8511

                                    -------------- Original message --------------
                                    From: Gayle Schlissel Riley <key2pst@...>
                                    Breaking News
                                    My website now has a video done by high school students of the from Tarnobrzeg, Poland on the Jews of Tarnobrzeg. Subtitles, with interviews of Tedeusz Zych and the keeper of the Jewish cemetery. Many sites of the town, beautifully done. This video will be shown in Chicago at the Jewish Genealogy conference.
                                    http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/Tarnobrzeg/html/2nd%20level/Video.htm
                                    More News to come, exciting news in a few weeks. Gayle Schlissel Riley




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                                  • Christina Pacosz
                                    Gayle - The video done by high schools students from Tarnobrzeg, Poland on the Jews of Tarnobrzeg is very well done. I hope these students earn accolades for
                                    Message 17 of 17 , Aug 12, 2008
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                                      Gayle - The video done by high schools students from Tarnobrzeg, Poland on the Jews of Tarnobrzeg is very well done. I hope these students earn accolades for their efforts at documenting even a bit of the history of the Jews of Tarnobrzeg. Thanks for posting it! Christina Pacosz
                                      ----- Original Message -----
                                      From: Gayle Schlissel Riley
                                      To: GENPOL@... ; GEN-SLAVIC-L@... ; tarnobrzeg group
                                      Sent: Sunday, August 10, 2008 8:29 PM
                                      Subject: [tarnobrzeg-gen] Tarnobrzeg


                                      Breaking News
                                      My website now has a video done by high school students of the from Tarnobrzeg, Poland on the Jews of Tarnobrzeg. Subtitles, with interviews of Tedeusz Zych and the keeper of the Jewish cemetery. Many sites of the town, beautifully done. This video will be shown in Chicago at the Jewish Genealogy conference.
                                      http://www.shtetlinks.jewishgen.org/Tarnobrzeg/html/2nd%20level/Video.htm
                                      More News to come, exciting news in a few weeks. Gayle Schlissel Riley





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