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Re: Zdziemborski, Korpulinski, Lisowska, Stuchlinska
Posted by: Tadeusz Wysocki (ID *****3449) Date: November 28, 2012 at 07:29:07
In Reply to: Zdziemborski, Korpulinski, Lisowska, Stuchlinska by M C of 56480

M C ?
Here is our forum homework:
All your Polish family ancestral lands are located in the central part of Poland, the family ancestral province, culture, customs, and folklore was Masovia - Mazowsze province of Poland, here is the first hyperlink with some basic info:
The family ancestral villages Krajewice Duze and Krajewice Male, together with Jezewo are located few miles in SE direction of the local town of Sierpc near big town Plock. You can see all this places here from air:
Polish historical sources from the 19th century confirm for these Krajewice Wielkie, Krajewice Male, and Jezewo the parish was just this JEZEWO (Jezewo Koscielne then), so the anestral church and cemetery was Jezewo, here you can see this church and cemetery from air:
After this info you can search all family genealogical records with the church/civil books from this Jezewo, in the US you can order some microfilms from FHL/LDS centre in Salt Lake City, you have a big luck, they have records from years 1750-1890, even with copies till 1900:
Some families still living in the present day Poland in these places and area confirm your Polish family names and heritage.
Good luck!
Tadeusz Wysocki
Warsaw, Poland
Silvestow is Sylwester
Maxsim is Maksim
Stefania is OK
Ludovica is Ludwika
Marja is Maria
Just to respect the memory and the first names of the ancestors from Poland.

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