Have you tried the Bay County link at USGenweb.com? There are many transcriptions there from the cemeteries you have listed.
Only a handful of folks have had any success with getting info from St. Stans. That is quite unfortunate, because most of those early marriage records do list the village of birth in Poland.
I do not know if you would have better luck if marriages took place during the time that the church was closed (I believe it was 1897 to about 1900) and the marriages were performed at St. James, St. Joe's or (?) St. Mary's.
Keep on searching. Your clues may be found where and when you least expect.
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