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Marek Sobczyk (Poland)|
mareksobczyk1[the at sign]WP.PL
I come from Poland. I am looking for BUZUK family. They lived in Baranowicze before second world war. They lived at PARKOWA street. Marek from Poland.
Tom Grywusiewicz (Olympia, WA)|
TomGry68[the at sign]msn.com
Any information on the Grywusiewiczs from Postawy.
Daniel Karpinczyk (Toronto, Canada)|
dkarpenchuk[the at sign]sympatico.ca
I'm trying to get in touch with any relatives in Belarus. My father Demjan Karpinczyk immigrated to Canada just after the first world war. He was from the village of Malecz.
Hannia: Consider writing the Village Administrator (Golova Silskoji Rady) re any surviving family still residing in your ancestral village. Using Russian for communication is best. Given the
village economics, consider including a intl coupon/stamp w/your inquiry. These can be purchased at your local post ofc and will help expedite response.
Grynkiewicz Adriana (Buenos Aires Argentina)|
adrianacz[the at sign]fibertel.com.ar
I m looking about relatives of my father.
My father`s name was Anatoly GRYNKIEWICZ nd he was born in Baranowicze/Baranovichi.
He had two sisters Elena Sawczuk and Teresa and they have lived in Baranovichi.
the name of my grandfather was Aleksander and my granmother Anastazja.
I know that I have cousins in Belarus and I would contact them
Donna Allegro (Tolland Ct.)|
Donna2222[the at sign]snet.net
My Grandfather was from white russia. His village of Ostrow or Ostrowa was supposed to be near Kobryn but I can not find the village. Can anyone help? His name was Clemente Kreczko.
Hannia: The name of your ancestral village is OSTROVO (coordinates 52.17N-24.14E). It is appx 7.3 miles NW of Kobryn, the district center town. Nearby villages are Matsy, Strigovo, Shipovichi, Khutsi, Batchi, Andronovo, Stolpy and Tevli. The village is too small/less than 500 people to have its own post ofc. The filial post ofc is c/o Strigovo (zip code 225871). Consider writing a letter to the Village Administrator (Golova Silskoji Rady) and making an inquiry re any surviving relatives still residing in the village. Using Russian for communication is ideal. Given general village economics, purchase & send an intl postal coupon along w/your inquiry. These can be purchased at your local post ofc.
Postal code found
RSA Belpochta :: Republic Belarus ::
Visited your website and thought you might want to add this re your GGrandmother's ancestral village.
From late 18th century to 1919 wies/village Cewkow (Polish name) was predominantly a Ruthenian/Ukrainian village w/its own Greek Catholic Church. Cieszanow was the administrative district and Lubaczow was the judicial/tax district. The filial Roman Catholic Church for the Polish villagers was in Dzikow Stary. Cewkow was in the Galicia
Province, administered by ethnic Poles for the Austro-Hungarian Empire. In 1919 Galicia came under Reconstituted Poland, which had been a non-geopolitical entity for the prior 125 yrs. In the late 40's many of the ethnic Ukrainians were deported to the Ukraine SSR or to the formerly German occupied Polish territories like Warclaw.
"The Lemko Region, 1939-1947 War, Occupation and Deportation"
joseph chacke (plymouth pa . usa)|
grljoe[the at sign]aol.com
seeing if i have relatives in poland my granparents came from poland some place there names were joeh and mary cziak they had children here in pa and there last names on there birth differ from cziak they consist of ciak chalk chacke i am joseph chack am 53 so if there are any cziaks please contact me if you know of a jospeh and mary who came to the usa in the early 1900's thanks
Ira Lyons (New York City, USA)|
ira_1932[the at sign]yahoo.com
My grandfather, Isadore Soloweiczic immigrated to U.S.A. from Brest in 1912 to MA. His wife was Chaia Sheland who followed in 1914. Relatives please contact ira_1932[the at sign]yahoo.com
Roberta Komleff (Italy)|
roberta.komleff[the at sign]dgroup.it
I have got Russian origin, my grandfather was called Nikanor Komleff (probably it was Komlev instead of Komleff) he came from a sort of village called something like "Pitiovka ??" he said it was not far from Dubovka - I'd like to have some news about the place ..I often think about my far origins - by
Jean Melnik (Manchester, England)|
Jeankinlem[the at sign]aol.com
I am looking for any of my family with the name Melnik. My father was born in Moldova 8th November, 1925. He had a brother Vasile and cousins Petrushka and Nicholai. His father's name was Maxim and I think his mother was called Anna. He lived with his aunt and uncle but fled his home,the Russians took their farm and land. I think he was from Fazouka Resina. He came to England in 1947. He died 31st December, 2005. His aunt and female cousin were taken to Siberia. Any information would be appreciated.
Hannia: You have your geography confused. Moldova is hundreds of miles due south of Belarus.
Moldova today abuts Romania and Ukraine. When Father was born, Moldova belonged to Romania.
World InfoZone - Moldova Information - Page 2
10 miles due west of REZINA/Resina one can locate FUZAUCA/FUZOVKA/Fazouka
In 1925 village Fazouka was in the Resina district. Today Fuzauca is in Raionul (district) Soldanesti > Moldova. Latest zip code is 7220???
Juraj Cisarik (Kosice, Slovakia from Mankovichi near Stolin Belarus)|
jurajcisarik[the at sign]hotmail.com
I am looking for some people from Mankovichi near Stolin for a discussion.
My grand mother was named Mankovich.
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