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SEARCHING FOR SACHAREWICZ RELATIVES IN POLAND


cathy
17 Oct 2006  #1
HELLO MY NAME IS CATHERINE AND I AM TRYING TO FIND MY POLISH ROOTS AND RELATIVES PAST AND PRESENT.
MY GRANDFATHER EDWARD SACHAREWICZ CAME TO ENGLAND UK JUST AFTER THE 2ND WORLD WAR. I DO NOT KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT HIS PARENTS OR FAMILY BACK IN POLAND CAN ANYONE HELP?????

IF YOU CAN HELP ME PLEASE CONTACT ME AT bluec@hotmail.co.uk or catherine.ryan7@ntlworld.com

there is a strong link with the name SALEK, possible step father
krysia 23 | 3,058
18 Oct 2006  #2
Hi Cathy
I found some information on Edward Sacharewicz, don't know if he's the same person you're looking for. He came from Poland to England.

He was born August 8 - 1916
Died July 1984. Lived in Warrington, Cheshire, Lancashire
OP cathy
29 Oct 2006  #3
yes that is my grandfather. i have his death certicate now. and a little bit more info about his family. im just trying to figure how i trace it all back to poland i have his mother and fathers names awell.

thank you very much,
can i ask were you got this information from?
please and did it say that he had come over form poland ? did it say when
hope you are well
cathy
patrycja
29 Oct 2006  #4
Cathy, I have ancestry.com and it has the uk cencus online, I can go look for you.

I dont mind, I have had for the year, and I dont or should i say, I have already found
a load of my family and its not getting much use now. I dont mind. email me
Nightwhisper19@aol.com and I will try to save it as a file and send what i find to you
ok :)

Ps. I have my family all the way back to Nowogrod 1759. but most of the records
that were found, were from the microfilms from the Mormon church. they have done
alot! I will take a look for ya. Patty

oops, seen your email up top, lol will email you if I find something :) Patty

I looked Catherine, I think you will have to try the mormons church.

online it is called jewishgen.org/infofiles/Poland/NewMicrofilms.htm

I hope you will find more. I know how hard it is. but they have done some
major work recording many records in poland. Patty
aida56
1 Nov 2006  #5
HI Krysia. I am very impressed by the rapidity of your answer about Edward Sacharewicz. My mother too came to the UK around 1942. Her name is Marya Weryho-Darowski and her father Karol Weryho-Darowski and her mother Helena. Can you do the research for me ppppllllleeeeaaaase. Thanks a lot
OP cathy
9 Sep 2006  #6
Dec 13, 06 [18:31] - Attached on merging:
SACHAREWICZ

hi im trying to trace back my polish ancestors and living family. just after the war Edward Sacharewicz came over to England uk. the remainder of his family moved to Krakow.does anyone have any imformation they could help me with.

THE SURNAME SACHAREWICZ IN 1990 THERE WERE APROX ONLY 171 PERSONS WITH THAT SURNAME SO ANYONE WITH THE SURNAME SACHARWICZ TODAY IS A S GOOD AS A RELATIVE. PLEASE HELP

bluec@hotmail.co.uk

PLEASE REPLY TO ME EMAIL ADDRESS
opts 10 | 260
9 Sep 2006  #7
Is is possible that the surname is Zacharewicz?
bolo 2 | 304
9 Sep 2006  #8
Yes, it's most likely Zacharewicz in Polish.
krysia 23 | 3,058
9 Sep 2006  #9
It's the other way around. "Sacharewicz" is from "Zacharewicz", because "sacharewicz" comes from "sacharyna" and the "Sachara Desert". Where does "zacharewicz" come from? Nothing.
bolo 2 | 304
9 Sep 2006  #10
Now we should email Cathy, I guess - who's going to do that? :)
krysia 23 | 3,058
9 Sep 2006  #11
The one who's asking.
bolo 2 | 304
9 Sep 2006  #12
Poster #3 I assume :)
krysia 23 | 3,058
9 Sep 2006  #13
Do you have a surname bolo, too?
bolo 2 | 304
9 Sep 2006  #14
Sure, I'm bolo bolewicz

and you're "Krysia I like bananas..." :)
krysia 23 | 3,058
9 Sep 2006  #15
It's " Bananiewska". But you were close. At least it's yellow. Your favorite color.

And shape.....
bolo 2 | 304
9 Sep 2006  #16
I think it's your favourite shape - but my favourite color indeed (maybe except for pink).
krysia 23 | 3,058
9 Sep 2006  #17
Did you hi-jack the topic again?
This nice person is asking an innocent question about the Sahara desert and she's waiting for an answer.
bolo 2 | 304
9 Sep 2006  #18
I guess I did -- tomorrow I'll try to change my picture in the hopes I won't be recognized and laughed at...
krysia 23 | 3,058
9 Sep 2006  #19
I won't laugh at you Bolo. I would never do that( :)).
What do you mean by: " I won't be recognized"? You're not talking about... your....ahem.....
bolo 2 | 304
9 Sep 2006  #20
What do you mean by: " I won't be recognized"?

I've watched too many movies lately and have identity problems just like you, I think. I should get over it tomorrow though. Till then!
krysia 23 | 3,058
10 Sep 2006  #21
Dobranoc Bolo.
Or will it be Olob tomorrow?
plg 17 | 263
10 Sep 2006  #22
like your banana krysia
OP cathy
17 Oct 2006  #23
HELLO SORRY ITS TAKEN ME SO LONG TO GET BACK. NO THE NAME IS DEFINALTY SACHAREWICZ THERE IS ALSO A STRONG LINK TO THE SURNAME SALEK ASWELL

iI HAVE FOUND OUT FROM A PROFESSOR KAZIMIERZ RYMUT THE THE -EWICZ PART OF THIS NAME MEANS SON OF, SO THEREFORE MEANS SON OF SACHAR. AND THE NAME SACHAR CAME FROM THE NOUN "sugar" SO THE NAME MEANS SON OF SACHAR, AND PROBALY BECAME DEVELOPED AS A NICK NAME KIND OF LIKE CALLING SOME ONE "sugar"

IT IS TAKEN FROM A BOOK TITLED NAZWISKA POLAKOW ( THE SURNAMES OF POLES)

CAN I ASK WERE YOU GOT It's the other way around. "Sacharewicz" is from "Zacharewicz", because "sacharewicz" comes from "sacharyna" and the "Sachara Desert". PLEASE
krysia 23 | 3,058
17 Oct 2006  #24
Sacharyna means sugar, which would make sense.
OP cathy
18 Oct 2006  #25
thankyou.
lidiateresa - | 1
9 Apr 2009  #26
Hi,
Your grandfather and my mother were brother and sister. You must be the daughter of one of his and his wife Catherine children.
My name is Lidia, I live in Holland in Amsterdam for many years.
Years ago, when I was at school I've written some letters to your grandmother Catherine
and I saw your grandfather once when hi came to visit his old mum.
I can tell you a lot about your polish roots. I knew, I've cousins in United Kingdom, but
I never had contact with them and I wasn't searching.
Anyway: I'm very glad I've found your letter on the internet.
This is my email address: lidiateresa@hotmail and my tel number +31206946022
Unfortunately I don't speak/write english very well, but my daughter Natalia, who also
lives in Holland speaks/ writes very well.
I hope I hear from you
Lidia
helenaterese - | 1
29 May 2009  #27
hi Lidia, my name is Helena, i believe that my brother kurt has already found you. im your second cousin from the UK, Edward was my grand dad he was a very good man his wife catherine was a very srern woman.who never really got to tell us much about were they came from and what family we had im so glad we have found someone else in the family my uncle is also happy. i dont know if you remember him or even met him his name is Roman he has a brother who is my dad Stefan and a sister who is called Rosa we have lots of nieces and nephews and cousins too im sure they will be very happy to find out that we have more family because we just could not trace back any roots for a long time. we have been looking for u all for some time now i dont know why you were never interseted in looking for us but i am really happy to have found you cos now the family seems alot bigger and i just love to know that we have found you in dont mean to be so emotional but i wish you all luck and love

from helena xxxxxxxx please reply to my message
email: helenplepci@rocketmail.com
redsac - | 1
30 Jun 2009  #28
Hi, my name is Roman Sacharewicz, I am the eldest son of Edward Sacharewicz. I too have been tracking relatives in Poland, you have surprised me to say the least. I would like to know a little bit more about you. My father was born 8th August 1916 in Lublin. He joined the Polish army before the war and was transported to Russia but escaped and fled to what was then Pursia today Iraq and joined the British army. He has been gone since 1984. There is one brother and one sister living in UK.
benidorm
17 May 2010  #29
my dad is edward sacharewicz who sadly passed away was married to cathrine i am now living in spain my name is stefan
Polonius3 1,000 | 12,448
17 May 2010  #30
SACHAREWICZ: comes from Jewish biblical name Issachar, often rendered in easern Slavdom as Сахар (Polish transliteration: Sachar). The -wicz is a patronymic ending so Sacharewicz = Zachary's son.


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