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Majoch :)


Drac90 1 | 74
15 Jun 2010  #1
Hi :) im born in Poland and so my dad grandpa and so his father yet i find my surname to have nothin polish in it :) i wonder if someone can help me trace where my family came from :)

(ohh how i want it to be Hungary, Slovakia or other epic nation..)
Polonius3 1,000 | 12,448
15 Jun 2010  #3
MAJOCH: augmentative form of Maj (the month). whose meaning migth have been something like 'that big old May guy'. It could have been used by Jews who converted in May.
OP Drac90 1 | 74
15 Jun 2010  #4
mhm, that will make it hard to look for roots of my ancestors oO jews kinda traveled alot :)
any tips where i should look now? :) please? :)
Marek11111 9 | 816
15 Jun 2010  #5
go to town where you or your grandfather was born and look into city hall archives maybe you may find something’s
Polonius3 1,000 | 12,448
15 Jun 2010  #6
You can phone the Urząd Gminny (municipal authority) in the locality your ancestor hailed from and ask for the Dział Ewidencji Ludności (population records section). They will usually tell you if anyone with a given surname lives in that area. Of course, this has to be done in Polish, so if you don't know the lingo, get a native Polish speaker to help you.
kmajoch
6 Jul 2010  #7
My madain last name is Majoch and I'm polish/german

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