What part of Poland did your Nadolny family come from?
Recently joined a Prussian list on roots web and have learned lots and lots of history, not to mention genealogy.
Since West Prussia is no more, it is my understanding that the people could more or less choose which country they would well, join.
Also, learned that the surname sometimes is also the area from which one came.
So, there might be a Nadolny (i) town.
I understand that one ending means male and the other female.
Should you read Polish, there is a Yellow Pages site which lists the businesses in Poland. I did a search for family surnames and had good luck. However, I haven't a clue what it says, other than the associated surnames. Addresses and phone numbers are included for most listings. Cool, huh?
I've yet to join a list for Poland, but that might be in the near future for me.
Seems to me that there were no Nadolny listed in Poland, but there were a few in Germany. My guess is that they associated with Germany instead of Poland, when Prussia was divided by the Treaty of Versailes.
Either that, or they had already left and removed to other places hither and yon.
Should you want those url's, give me a holler and I'll see if I can find them, okay?
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