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Miesojed, Marchiel, Kopanski from Krugło and Pięciowłoki - any cousins left that my grandmother had in Poland?


skuridat 1 | 2
29 May 2016 #1
My grandmothers parents were both from Podlaskie, Krugło and Pięciowłoki, tho they met in America. My grandmother only knew two of her Aunts on her mothers side and nothing about her fathers as they didn't like to talk about Poland. I know that her mother had a brother and a sister that i cannot find anywhere (the others died too young for children or i knew about) Rozalia Miesojed B. Dec 19, 1878 in Krugło and Jozef Miesojed B. Sept. 1, 1881 in Krugło. Their parents were Piotr and Marianna Toczko. My grandmothers father had two brothers and a sister: Albin Marchiel B. 1879, Piotr Marchiel B. 1881, and Marianna Marchiel B. 1885. The siblings still lived with their parents, Michał and Antonina Kopanska in the 1909 census of Pięciowłoki. In 1926, Albin and Piotr live together.
swawek
22 Jun 2016 #2
So what is your question exactly? what is the problem here? You certainly have a lot of knowledge on your family's history and past.
jon357 63 | 14,255
22 Jun 2016 #3
So what is your question exactly?

This is the question.

Remember they may not have survived the war; given their dates of birth, that's a strong possibility.
swawek
22 Jun 2016 #4
Ok, I understand. More than 6 million Poles were killed during WWII (350 k of them were soldiers).

WW II was a real catastrophe for Polish people and its economy. Poles never fully recovered from WWII.
Anna Marchel - | 3
1 Nov 2016 #5
Piotr Marchel he was my grandfather father he's grandson my uncle he is still in pięciowłoki


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