1) Szulc (Schulz. Schultz) village mayor - contraction of Schultheiß; the latter produced the Polish Sołtys.
2) Szmit (Schmit, Schmidt, Schmied) blacksmith
3) Szot (Schott) Scotsman
4) Bernat (Bernhardt) - The Bernat element could be of Polish, Czech, Hungarian or German origin, whilst the patronymci ending -wicz is exclusively Polish.
5) Szwarcowicz (Schwartz) patronymic from Szwarc
6) Miller, Miler (Müller) miller)
7) Sznajder (Schneider) tailor
8) Fiszer (Fischer) fisherman
9) Majer (Meyer) freeholder
NOTE: When borders got shifted and a new set of rulers took over, some people found it expedient to translate their names. During the Nazi occupation a Krawiec, Rybak and Kowal might have chosen Schneider, Fischer and Schmidt respectively. After the war a reverse process ensued.