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Szczepanski from Warsaw, Poland

30 Mar 2010 #1
Looking for family in poland..My grandpa name Casimier (or other spellings) Szczepanski, he married over there to Wladislawa Osinski Szczepanski and came to the USA. He traveled himself and 1yr later sent for his wife and a little while later her only sister came and her name Mary Osinski. His brother came over too. One Frank that went back to Poland and John that stayed and married a girl. They all loved in St. Louis, Missouri.

My grandparents had Bill(Boleswave, Ann, Adam, Ignatious, Kasmira, Stephanie, Theresa, she was pregnant when he died at 52 with twins but lost them. Over in Poland she lost 3 children at birth or ealier.

We need to know our greatgrand parents names and other family members.

Sharon Of Foristell Missouri Usa
Polonius3 1,000 | 12,448
31 Mar 2010 #2
SZCEPAŃSKI: patrornymic nick = Stevenson or topo from Szczepany (Stevensville).

OSIŃSKI: topo from Osina (Aspen).
gask - | 14
31 Mar 2010 #3
Szczepanski is rather popular surname in Poland. Tell something more. e.g. year they left the country.
Ulven - | 3
25 Oct 2010 #4
Merged thread:
Szczepanski, herb Dolega?


I'm looking for all the facts about family Szczepanski, herb Dolega (coat of arm).

Family trees, people, occupations, military career. lands. and more.

So everything is of interest.
Polonius3 1,000 | 12,448
25 Oct 2010 #5
The Dołęga coat of arms was said to have originated during the campaigns of Bolesław Kryzwousty (Boleslaus Wrymouth) against the pagan Prussians. With a well-place shot of his crossbow, a knight named Dołęga killed the enemy commander, sowing panic in the enemy ranks which were easily defeated. In tribute to his feat, the king added an arrow to the knight’s Pobóg coat of arms, replaced the hound with an arrow-pierced wing, signifying the enemy commander’s demise, and renamed it Dołęga. This c-o-a is shared by 298 mostly unrelated and variously surnamed Polish noble families from Babicki to Żeleski.
Ulven - | 3
25 Oct 2010 #6
Thanx for the information. But it was not Dolega that I was interested in, My main interest are the family Szczepanski. As far as I know, there are more then one noble Szczepanski genera. But I'm only interested Szczepanski Dolega.
Polonius3 1,000 | 12,448
26 Oct 2010 #7
If you're interested in tracking down a specific family member or his/her genealogy and/or history, I suggest you contact:
Institute of Genealogy
Researching family records, histories, outstanding ancestors; locating living relatives; interviews, photo documentation, family trees, coats of arms and related services all over the territory of pre-partition Poland.

Andrzej Zygmunt Rola-Stężycki, Director
Aleja Niepodległości 3, 05-600 Grójec, Poland
Office tel/fax: (48-48) 664-1717, (48-48) 664-4415
Ulven - | 3
26 Oct 2010 #8
Thanx for the link. I have emaild them, I really hope they can help me. :)
Szczepanski fa
29 Jul 2016 #9
My grandmother Marianna Szczepanski was from Malawa. He sister also moved to the states But my Uncle Adam Szczepanski stayed in Poland along with the Felix Szczepanski family . I would live to get any information anyone has about the area.
Looker - | 1,050
29 Jul 2016 #10
from Malawa

Maybe Mlawa? (Polish spelling Mława)
Chemikiem 6 | 2,212
30 Jul 2016 #11

If it is not Mława as Looker has said, there are 2 villages called Malawa in Poland:-,_Rzesz%C3%B3w_County,_Przemy%C5%9Bl_County

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