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Kasprzak Golab looking for family history


Kasprzak 1 | -
30 Dec 2010 #1
Hi,
We are doing a family history on Kasprzak. A married couple Jan and Helena, who fathered
Michal Golab Born October 1924
Helena (Born Golab) Kasprzak Born November 1921

Helena married Jozef (Jaka) Kacharski who was born March 1921

If anyone knows anything about these people Jan and Helena would be very thankfull.

The family was split during the 2nd world war as Michal was taken from a school and sent to Germany to work in a factory

Merged thread:
Golab Family History in Poland - Ruda-Komor-ska

Hi,
We are doing a family history on Golab. A married couple Jan and Helena, who fathered
Michal Golab Born October 1924
Helena (Born Golab) Kasprzak Born November 1921

Helena married Jozef (Jaka) Kacharski who was born March 1921

If anyone knows anything about these people Jan and Helena would be very thankfull.

The family was split during the 2nd world war as Michal was taken from a school and sent to Germany to work in a factory
mwhary
10 Apr 2011 #2
Hi,

I am just beginning work on my Kasprzyk/Gacek family. I have seen Kasprzyk spelled Kasprzak within the family.

my grandmother is Antonina Gacek Duplaga-one of her sister's named Mary Gacek married Wojciech Golab.
My great grandmother's name was Anna Kasprzyk and she married Jan Gacek.
I know that Anna Kasprzyk had a sister whose spelled her last name Kasprzak.

I know that Antonina Gacek Duplaga was born in Korzenna. I am in touch with Golabs that are from Mary Gacek & Wojciech Golab's line. Some still live in Korzenna, Poland and some are in Ohio-USA.

I know that Mary Gacek Golab had a sister named Helen but I don't know who she married.

Please contact me if you have any further info that we can compare.
maryanne whary/mduplaga
teresa55 - | 46
10 Apr 2011 #3
Hi.
I live in Poland, I can help you . Have you any birth certificate from Registry in Poland?
What do you need?
Polonius3 1,000 | 12,448
10 Apr 2011 #4
KASPRZAK: patronymic nick from Kasper; Eng. equivalent = Casperson

GO£ĄB: dove, pigeon

KACHARSKI(?): shouldn't it have been Kucharski (cook's helper)
mwhary
11 Apr 2011 #5
teresa55,

I do have a doument that my grandmother got a copy of in 1959 with her birth info. I'm certain it is a condensed version.

It says: Maria, Antonina Gacek born June 29, 1892

Mother: Anna Kasprzyk
Father: Jan Gacek

I want to find info on her Mother & Father-but don't know how to proceed to do it.

I'd also like to determine the Catholic Parish she would have been Baptised in & attended in 1892??--the Church information on the certificate says: Dioecezja Tarnowske Kosciol parafialny (printed on the document) There is an inked stamp on the document that says: URZ_D Parafialny w Korzennej

Thank you for trying to help,
Mwhary
teresa55 - | 46
11 Apr 2011 #6
You can try:

town: 33-322 Korzenna 7,

telefon : 048-18-44-17-033

Adress e-mail:
korzenna@diecezja.tarnow.pl
Ozi Dan 26 | 569
12 Apr 2011 #7
On 9 May 1944, Jozefa Kasprzak was transported with 56 other women from the Pawiak to Ravensbruck. Her fate is unknown. I'm sorry if this was a relative.
mwhary
12 Apr 2011 #8
teresa55,

Thank you for information about the diocese of Tarnow!

Ozi Dan,

Thank you for the information-I collect and save all references to the name.

mwhary
4-11-2011
stephangolab
14 May 2011 #9
Merged: Research for Golab surname in Lwow

hi
i am looking for anybody who knows about the golab from lwow poland now ukraine
his name was ludwig golab from lwow born in 1905 his wife name was francoise cichon
my dad joseph golab spend wwII in poland at czestockowa and jechouf between lublin and krakow
they both imigrated to france now i am in the us florida
anybody who might think is related please contact me
thank you
Polonius3 1,000 | 12,448
15 May 2011 #10
GO£ĄB: I'm sure you know this, but so as not to discriminate, this is the Polish wrod for dove or pigeon.


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