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Looking for Langowski and Hyntnik from Lomza area.


ShawnCW 1 | -
5 Mar 2012 #1
Greetings all,

I am working on my Family tree and I found a Great Grandmother who was born in Lomza, last name of Langowski. Her Mothers maiden name was Hyntnik. Can anyone help me?

Thanks!!

Shawn
Polonius3 1,000 | 12,448
5 Mar 2012 #2
LANGOWSKI: root-word German and Yiddish adjective lang (long); could have originated both as a patronymic tag (son of someone nicknamed Long) or toponymic nick for someone from Langowo.

CHĘTNIK: root-wrod Polish adj. chętny (eager, willing); Hyntnik is an attempt of phonetic respelling in America. The proof of that is that the £omża area is Poland's Chętnik stronghold..
drmick - | 2
8 Jul 2012 #3
Search out this story about the Lomza region.

The Verdict of Circuit Court in Lomza in 1949
by Piotr Gontarczyk
DomLangowski 1 | 1
27 Feb 2014 #4
Hi, do you have any other members of the langowski side?


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