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Looking for a Zielony and Jasicki surname from Tarnow

3 Dec 2006 /  #1
I'm looking to see if a relatives last name is still common in tarnow (they came here right before ww2). Spelt zilney here but could be "zilni , zielny ,etc. Also the surname jaszicki.

5 Dec 2006 /  #2
I think it should be either Zielony or Jaszycki.
5 Dec 2006 /  #3
Definatley correct on the zeilony! , not sure if the spelling is accurate but this is from a old church records. The last name could have been mispelt when they arrived here

Jacob JASICKI b: 20 Jun 1871 in Blaszkowa, Tarnow, Poland

could this be the spelling also?
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12 Oct 2007 /  #4
Merged: Other Relatives near Tarnow, Dąbie in Poland


I would like to locate relatives from my most distant branch of my Polish line, but a relative asked me not to post any names. If you recognize the name of the villages, please contact me via PM. She wants absolutely no names from this family online, so I'm being very careful with this. If we do establish a connection, please respect her wishes and not post them anywhere. My great-grandmother was born in Dąbie, Poland on December 15, 1889. Her mother was born in near Róża in 1857. These villages are near Tarnow. The family is very large, and many came over to the U.S. Thanks to the online records for Zasow Parish, I traced the line to the late 1700's.

One of the surnames which was not forbidden for me to post - since it's already online - is the Blach/Błach surname. My great-grandmother was born Weronika Błach on December 15, 1889 in Dąbie. If anyone recognizes this surname/place, please let me know. No other names will appear to the public apart from a PM or email.
11 Mar 2009 /  #5
anyone recognize the family name ELBAUM or PENDZEL from Dabie

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