Yes, the l in Pierzchala does have the slash through it to be pronounced as you phoenetically spelled it. And I had found the information that my generic American last name is Kowalski in Polish, but I thank you for the translation and especially the meaning, which I had not found anywhere.
And there is a Franciszek Cygan that traveled from Zagorze with my ggreat uncle Wincenty Pierchala to Chicago in 1913 and I think it is safe to assume that they knew each other as they were both going to stay with Franciszek Cygan's father.
I am finding/finding out/being led to soooooo much more information than I thought I ever would.
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