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From: Patricia A Jacobsen <>
Subject: [PBS] Re: PolandBorderSurnames-D Digest V01 #114
Date: Wed, 14 Mar 2001 22:22:39 -0500
References: <200103160130.f2G1UtD09658@lists5.rootsweb.com>


Unfortunately, it's in Polish! Is there an English option?

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> Subject:
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> PolandBorderSurnames-D Digest Volume 01 : Issue 114
>
> Today's Topics:
> #1 [PBS] HRYCKANYCH or HRYCZKANYCZ [Stephen Rock <]
> #2 [PBS] hello ["Sarah F" <>]
> #3 [PBS] address? ["alchemy" <]
> #4 Re: [PBS] address? []
> #5 [PBS] Re TROMBINEK ["Drexler" <>]
> #6 [PBS] address? ["alchemy" <]
> #7 Re: [PBS] address? []
> #8 Re: [PBS] hello ["Cheryl Wenberg" <]
> #9 Re: [PBS] hello []
> #10 Re: [PBS] hello ["Cheryl Wenberg" <]
> #11 [PBS] You have to check out this s []
> #12 Re: [PBS] hello []
> #13 [PBS] Walacz [Larry Wallace <.]
> #14 [PBS] Walacz [Larry Wallace <.]
> #15 Re: [PBS] You have to check out th []
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> Subject: [PBS] HRYCKANYCH or HRYCZKANYCZ
> Date: Thu, 15 Mar 2001 05:20:42 -0800 (PST)
> From: Stephen Rock <>
> To:
>
> My name is Stephen Rock.
> This is clarification of an earlier request for
> information and assistance, thanks to some feedback
> from members of the list and some local Polish
> friends. Thank you to those of you who have already
> responded and been so helpful and encouraging.
> My grandmother's name (in Poland) was either Teodora
> HRYCKANYCH or Teodora HRYCZKANYCZ, and she was
> probably from either Gorlice or Gorliczyana (nearby to
> Jaslo). She was probably born around 1880 - 1885, and
> she emigrated around 1900. Most likely religious
> affiliation was Greek Catholic. She died in 1938 in
> Cohoes, New York, after bearing 8 children with her
> husband, Nicholas Rock (formerly either Mikolaj RAK or
> Mykola RAK, who was born around 1872 and emigrated in
> 1890, landing in Philadelphia.
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> Subject: [PBS] hello
> Date: Thu, 15 Mar 2001 12:02:06 -0600
> From: "Sarah F" <>
> To:
>
> Hi My name is Sarah and I am Looking for information on the
> PECENIAK,PROVAZNK,TOBIAS familys my grand mothers madian name is Anne TOBIAS
> and my grandpas name was John PECENIAK grandpa has 4 brothers
> Steve,Mike,Joe,and George all not living and 2 sisters Anne Nitz and Mary
> Colnar The PROVAZNIK is my great-grandmothers madian name and here name was
> Anne They are from the Chicago area but could be any were I don't have any
> info on the TOBIAS but my grandmother and her name is Anne and her birthday
> is November 23,1920 she married my grandpa on November 23 1941 any more
> information would be helpful.
> Sarah
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> Subject: [PBS] address?
> Date: Thu, 15 Mar 2001 18:57:59 -0000
> From: "alchemy" <>
> To:
>
> Can anyone tell me if this is a full address in Poland I could possibly contact? Al.Slaskie 14/5, 48-100 Glubczyce.
>
> Thanks,
> Emma Baczkur
>
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> Subject: Re: [PBS] address?
> Date: Thu, 15 Mar 2001 14:00:46 EST
> From:
> To:
>
> Dans un courrier daté du 15/03/01 19:56:06 Paris, Madrid,
> a écrit :
>
> << Can anyone tell me if this is a full address in Poland I could possibly
> contact? Al.Slaskie 14/5, 48-100 Glubczyce.
> >>
>
> Al. Slaskie 14/5 is the street
> 48-100 Glubczyce is the town
>
> All is right. ( but there is no surname ...)
>
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> Subject: [PBS] Re TROMBINEK
> Date: Thu, 15 Mar 2001 14:29:15 -0800
> From: "Drexler" <>
> To:
>
> Recently saw the posting for TROMBINEK. It brought to mind something my father use to say, when ever he encountered some one who gave him a difficult time about something he would call them a TROMBINEK, but it was pronounced as though it was spelled TRUMBINICK. His mothers family were all from in and around Warszawa, Poland so I was wondering if that is where it came from and why it seemed to be associated with a troublemaker. Does anyone on the list have any ideas about this. Anita Drexler North Miami Beach, Florida GRABSKY BERNSTEIN MODEL MODELL BERLIN
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> Subject: [PBS] address?
> Date: Thu, 15 Mar 2001 19:11:08 -0000
> From: "alchemy" <>
> To:
>
> I have the surname, it's the same as mine :)
> Thank you for your quick reply!
> Emma Baczkur
>
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> Subject: Re: [PBS] address?
> Date: Thu, 15 Mar 2001 15:31:04 EST
> From:
> To:
>
> Dans un courrier daté du 15/03/01 21:26:29 Paris, Madrid,
> a écrit :
>
> << I have the surname, it's the same as mine :)
> >>
>
> I was nearly sure of this, but I prefered to ask ... :-)
>
> Are you relative to the Pope's friend , Baczkur ?
>
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> Subject: Re: [PBS] hello
> Date: Thu, 15 Mar 2001 01:54:31 -0800
> From: "Cheryl Wenberg" <>
> To:
>
> Sara,
>
> On the Passenger and Immigration list Index
> I found:
>
> PROVAZNIK, Josef 1896 Illinois
> Source Code: 8368
> Source name:
> SHELLEY, JANE, and Elsie M. WASSER, compilers. Naturalization and
> Intentions of
> Madison County, Ill: An Index 1816-1900.
> Edwardsville, Ill.: the compilers, 1983. p 163
>
> Source Annotation:
> Entries located in the Introduction are indicated in this index by the code
> 1.
> Source Page # 113
> - --------------------------------------------
>
> PROVAZNIK, William 1900 Illinois
>
> Info same as above.
> - -------------------------------------------
>
> PROVAZNIK, Jan 1903 Galveston, Texas
> Source code 206
> Source name:
> BACA, LEO Czech Imm. Pass. Lists. Hallettsville, Tex: Old Homestead
> Publishing
> Co. Vol 2 1985. p 195.
> Source page # 125
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>
> Found nothing under PECENIAK.
> Sounds a little like another spelling of the
> surname PLOCIENNIK/Plucinik..........
>
> Hope this helps .....
>
> Cheryl BALOG Wenberg
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Sarah F" <>
> To: <>
> Sent: Thursday, March 15, 2001 10:02 AM
> Subject: [PBS] hello
>
> > Hi My name is Sarah and I am Looking for information on the
> > PECENIAK,PROVAZNK,TOBIAS familys my grand mothers madian name is Anne
> TOBIAS
> > and my grandpas name was John PECENIAK grandpa has 4 brothers
> > Steve,Mike,Joe,and George all not living and 2 sisters Anne Nitz and Mary
> > Colnar The PROVAZNIK is my great-grandmothers madian name and here name
> was
> > Anne They are from the Chicago area but could be any were I don't have any
> > info on the TOBIAS but my grandmother and her name is Anne and her
> birthday
> > is November 23,1920 she married my grandpa on November 23 1941 any more
> > information would be helpful.
> > Sarah
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> Subject: Re: [PBS] hello
> Date: Thu, 15 Mar 2001 17:04:23 EST
> From:
> To:
>
> Dans un courrier daté du 15/03/01 22:54:24 Paris, Madrid,
> a écrit :
>
> << Found nothing under PECENIAK.
> Sounds a little like another spelling of the
> surname PLOCIENNIK/Plucinik..........
>
> >>
>
> Surely NOT !
> 10 Peceniak only in today Poland, in the region of Przemysl (not far from
> Ukraine) , and 4 Peceniuk (but in Gorzow Wielkopolski, surely people from
> Ukraine settled there after 1945). And 97 Pieczeniak , among them 76 in Radom
> ... And Pieczeniuk ...
>
> Christian Orpel
>
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> Subject: Re: [PBS] hello
> Date: Thu, 15 Mar 2001 03:22:23 -0800
> From: "Cheryl Wenberg" <>
> To:
>
> Dear Christian Opel
>
> In my family the name Plociennik
> was spelled about 6 different ways within the same family.
>
> If you do a sound out.....with a polish accent....it could be.
>
> Plus what has a person to lose by at least trying eh?
>
> Cheryl Balog Wenberg
> Plociennik
> Pluciennik
> Pwochenik
> Pachenic
> Plucinik
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: <>
> To: <>
> Sent: Thursday, March 15, 2001 2:04 PM
> Subject: Re: [PBS] hello
>
> > Dans un courrier daté du 15/03/01 22:54:24 Paris, Madrid,
> > a écrit :
> >
> > << Found nothing under PECENIAK.
> > Sounds a little like another spelling of the
> > surname PLOCIENNIK/Plucinik..........
> >
> > >>
> >
> > Surely NOT !
> > 10 Peceniak only in today Poland, in the region of Przemysl (not far from
> > Ukraine) , and 4 Peceniuk (but in Gorzow Wielkopolski, surely people from
> > Ukraine settled there after 1945). And 97 Pieczeniak , among them 76 in
> Radom
> > ... And Pieczeniuk ...
> >
> > Christian Orpel
> >
> >
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> Subject: [PBS] You have to check out this site!
> Date: Thu, 15 Mar 2001 18:25:38 EST
> From:
> To:
>
> Just got the March Bulletin from the PGSMA and it had this website listed.
> You have got to check it out!! It's Polish Genealogy......from Poland!!!!
> Lots of names!
>
> http://katalog.republika.pl/hobby/genealogia/index.html
>
> I hope you all find someone there that belongs to you!
>
> Jan Birkner
>
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> Subject: Re: [PBS] hello
> Date: Thu, 15 Mar 2001 18:27:40 EST
> From:
> To:
>
> dear Cheryl
>
> You are surely partly right ; many Polish surnames were changed so often out
> of Poland to so strange spellings . but however one has to be careful. It
> would be surely a waste of time to follow in that case all the Plociennik 's
> .... a so common surname . Thanks to Rymut's books , we know that Peceniak IS
> a Polish surname, so it is not worth to suppose here any change by foreign
> spellings.
>
> Best regards
>
> Christian Orpel
>
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> Subject: [PBS] Walacz
> Date: 15 Mar 2001 16:05:57 -0800
> From: Larry Wallace <>
> To:
>
> Could someone tell me how many 'Walacz' in Poland and where they are?
>
> Larry Wallace
>
>
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> Subject: [PBS] Walacz
> Date: 15 Mar 2001 16:04:39 -0800
> From: Larry Wallace <>
> To:
>
> Could someone tell me how many 'Walacz' in Poland and where they are?
>
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> Subject: Re: [PBS] You have to check out this site!
> Date: Thu, 15 Mar 2001 19:24:34 -0500
> From:
> To:
>
> Does anyone know of a site that translates Polish to English? I found
> a name on the below site but don't know what it says about it. TIA.
>
> > Just got the March Bulletin from the PGSMA and it had this website listed.
> > You have got to check it out!! It's Polish Genealogy......from Poland!!!!
> > Lots of names!
> >
> > http://katalog.republika.pl/hobby/genealogia/index.html
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