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Looking for Kulczycki family from Turza Slaska, Poland


peterkulczycki 1 | -
29 Mar 2012 #1
Hi a'm looking for my polish family ancestry. they lived in turza slaska,rybnik in 1939. thier names are as follows stanislau kulczycki , anna kulczycka nee waloszek, wladislau kulczycki two brothers names unknown, regina kulczycka and pawl kulczycki. they where a farming family. If anyone can help it would be great
Peter 3 | 247
30 Mar 2012 #2
Have you tried any searches on ancestry.com etc?
Polonius3 1,000 | 12,448
30 Mar 2012 #3
KULCZYCKI: topo nick from Kulczyce

WALOSZEK: Silesian dialectal version of Walaszek – traceable to first names Walenty and and Walerian or to place-name Walaszczyki.
Zman
30 Mar 2012 #4
Waloszek & Kulczycki? No connexion there....

And by the way.... one Kulczycki is a richest man in PL nowadays... just saying! :)
Ziutek 9 | 160
30 Mar 2012 #5
one Kulczycki is a richest man in PL nowadays.

Which one?
fringxx - | 30
30 Mar 2012 #6
I'm afraid it's not really Kulczycki, but Kulczyk, pretty similar, but it's not the same thing, sorry to say it ;)
waloszek
28 Oct 2012 #7
My name is Waloszek (I Live in Belgium).I have a baptism certificate from my grandfather.
This certificate mentions a certain Anna Kulczycka, as the Godmother.
My grandfather was born in Heřmanice, Ostrava. 24 Km/14 miles away from turza slaska.
sandholes
15 Dec 2013 #8
hi whoever this is.. my name is glen bailey born in uk but my fathers name was john kulczycki son of (excuse my spelling) yanok tadowsh kulczycki he met my grand mother in Liverpool after the war and had my father john if you think you are related let me know thxs
jon357 63 | 15,309
15 Dec 2013 #9
The spelling is Janek Tadeusz, however he was certainly officially called Jan rather than Janek. Jan Tadeusz translates as John Luke (though the name Thaddeus does exist in English, rarely).

Anyone called Jan Tadeusz would certainly prefer using Janek instead of Jan, since anyone called Jan Tadeusz would potentially be the butt of jokes from other Polish speakers because of the similarity to Poland's most famous work of literature, Pan Tadeusz.
TaiCat 1 | 30
16 Dec 2013 #10
Actually, Turza Slaska is a village next to Wodzislaw Slaski. It's a quite small area. My grandfather used to have a land there...
It's well known for it's church - there are some pilgrimages going there, because it had some super special Maria revelation (like many other churches in Poland lol).

Next time when I call back home, I'll ask my dad if he knows anyone by this surname.

My grandfather was born in Heřmanice, Ostrava. 24 Km/14 miles away from turza slaska.

Ostrava is indeed quite close to Wodzislaw County!
peter kulczycki
23 Jul 2015 #11
Merged: up date kulczycki family in turza slaska

Ok this is the information I have so far. I hope I can find some family members.
Stanislaw Kulczycki born 06.03.1887 in Bilka Krolewska, Ukraine (my grandfather)
Anna Waloszek born 26.07.1892 in Rudyszwald. (my grandmother)
Wilhelm Kulczycki born 27.07.1914 in Olszynica. (my uncle)
Wladyslaw Kulczycki born 20.10.1926 in Turza Slaska,Rybnik. (my father)
Regina Kulczycka and Machin no dates or information (my aunty and nephew ?)I really to find out about these two
Pawl Kulczycki born 03.06.1921 in Turza Slaska, Rybik. died 22.06.1943 at Krasnogwaldyjsk, Gatchina. Russia.
I have some documents and photos.
Best regards Peter Kulczycki
MarcinKulczycky
22 Aug 2015 #12
HELLO Peter!
It is an interesting coincidence that Ive found this place.
you have attracted me couse of your first name - Peter (Piotr) Kulczycki - same as my father. My name is Marcin (Machin?) Kulczycki, I Was born in Rybnik! and my grandpa is Wladyslaw Kulczycki - not sure the dates (his grave is in Rybnik).

And this Walaszek... it sounds familiar to my ears...
Well... I wasnt even searching for my family... and the Kulczycki surname is pretty rare... so there is to many coincidences... and I dont believe in coincidences.

I dont know much about my grandgrandpa Kulczycki, only thing that he had three wifes... so maybe there is a connection?

I am working on a project... let's say 'emergynealogy' and you are interesting finding for me!
pls contact me
Kulczm@gmail
Greetings!
peterkulczycki1
1 May 2017 #13
LOOKING FOR A STANISLAW KULCZYCKI FROM BILKA KROLEWSKA UKRAINE ALSO LOOKING FOR FRANK KULCZYCKI FROM GAGNISKA VILLAGE NEAR TARNOPOL UKRAINE TOWARDS SLOVAKIA MOTHER MARY KULCZYCKA AND SISTER BEATRICE KULCZYCKA BOTH WENT TO CANADA
murdiekulczycki - | 1
30 Jul 2020 #14
Merged:

Military records - address in Germany



I have just found out that my father Wladyslaw kulczycki and his brother Pawl kulczycki were conscripted into the German Army W.W.2 .So I'm trying to find the address for Military records in Berlin, Germany


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