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Trying to trace members of Wiatr family


delyth 1 | 2    
5 Nov 2009  #1
I am trying to trace wiatr family who were farm owners from puzienewicze.
Jadwiga born 1928, Stefan 1929, Stanislaw 1931 and Marian 1934. Taken to Siberia 1940 Area 44 - Camp 21.
TheOther 5 | 3,704    
  5 Nov 2009  #2
delyth

Have you seen this on the LDS web site?
familysearch.org

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Stanislaw Wiatr Compact Disc #102 Pin #781874 Pedigree
Sex: M

Parents
Father: Józef Wiatr Disc #102 Pin #781871
Mother: Józefa Jankowiak Disc #102 Pin #781872

Submitter
Jaroslaw JANKOWIAK
Smigiel, Poland
George8600 10 | 638    
12 Nov 2009  #3
This site: igenea.com

would more than definitely give you a precise result and as far back as it can.
bill 3 | 10    
22 Nov 2009  #4
HI, would like to know who these grand parants were my family tabor married into wiatr family his name was stanislaw tabor and her was jadwiga wiatr married 7/16/1853 have there kids names as well .
OP delyth 1 | 2    
24 Nov 2009  #5
I am trying to trace Wiatr family for my elderly neighbour Michelaw Wiatr who is in his 80s. He was seperated in about 1942 from his brothers Stanislaw, Stefan and Marian and sister Jadwiga in a Siberian camp where he remained but they were removed and has no knowledge of where they are today.
renata1 - | 1    
14 Apr 2011  #6
Merged: TRYING TO FIND THE WIATR FAMILY WHO AS CHILDREN WERE LOST IN SIBERIA CAMP 21 AREA 44

PLEASE HELP. I AM TRYING TO FIND ANY RELATIVES OF THE WIATR FAMILY. AN ELDERLY FRIEND CALLED MIECZYSLAW LOST HIS BROTHERS CALLED STEFAN, STANISLAW, MARIAN AND HIS SISTER JADWIGA IN AREA 44 CAMP 21 AND DOES NOT KNOW WHERE THEY WENT. PERHAPS A RUSSIAN ORPHANAGE. THIS WAS AROUND 1940. I AM TRYING TO CONTACT A USER ON THE SITE CALLED BILL (A MEMBER) AND COULD DO WITH HIS EMAIL AS HE MAY HAVE INFORMATION THAT WOULD BE INCREDIBLE. MY FRIEND HAS SEARCHED ALL HIS LIFE FOR HIS BROTHERS AND SISTER THROUGH ARCHIVES ETC. ANY INFORMATION OR JUST BILLS EMAIL WOULD NE GREATLY APPRECIATED

THANKS
ANDREW EMAIL IS w7and@hotmail

HI i could do with help tracing relatives of the wiatr family lost in siberia in world war 2. they were children at the time. a member called bill (full name bill tabor) may have some information about what happened to them

please help
my email is w7and@hotmail

Me again, just wondering if anyone knows the following people lost in siberia ww2 1940-1947. they were children then, area 44 camp 21. their brother still ailve is looking for them still. his name is mieczyslaw wiatr. he lives in the uk and is 85. he lost all contact with them in the camp as they were taken away. his parents died.

3 brothers stefan , stanislaw, marian wiatr

1 sister jadwiga wiatr

any information would make him a very happy old man

thanks
andrew

Merged thread:
HELP- PLEASE CAN SOMEONE GET ME BILL (MEMBER ON THE SITE) EMAIL ADDRESS

HI I NEED TO GET THE CONTACT DETAILS OF A MEMBER ON THE SITE CALLED BILL. I NEED HIS EMAIL ADDRESS BUT CANT SEEM TO ACCESS IT. I NEED IT TO TRACE MEMBERS OF A POLISH FAMILY NAMED "WIATR"WHO WERE SEPARATED IN WOLOGDA , SIBERIA IN WORLD WAR 2. PLEASE HELP. ALL THE BROTHERS AND ONE SISTER JADWIGA (BORN 1928) LOST ALL CONTACT.
maksym 2 | 47    
16 Apr 2011  #7
Check out this group on Yahoo. If you join you can post a message there, and you'll be sure to get help from the people in the group.

They have databases that they can refer you to, as well as share their experiences finding information on their families.

This is the group: groups.yahoo/group/Kresy-Siberia/
Polonius3 1,005 | 12,502    
17 Apr 2011  #8
WIATR: Polish word for wind.
Wroclaw 44 | 5,401    
17 Apr 2011  #9
as in the weather.
Polonius3 1,005 | 12,502    
17 Apr 2011  #10
Yes. Wiatr wieje means the wind is blowing. In the plural however (wiatry) it pertains to breaking wind.
vodopad - | 5    
5 Nov 2013  #11
I am a member of the Kresy Group cited by Maksym.
This is what we do.

Stefan Born 1929
Jadwiga Born 1929
Mieczyslaw Born 1925
Marian Born 1934
Stanislaw Born 1931

Deported from the Baranowicze area 24th February 1940 to Vologda Oblast, Vozhegodski Raion, Village of Żarowskij
This is one database that you can use at: indeks.karta.org.pl/pl/wyszukiwanie.jsp

Best regards.

By the way, from the Russian database we know his mother Larisa died 15/8/1940

lists.memo.ru/index3.htm

The family came from: Village of Puziniewicze
gmina Turzec, county stołpecki, voivodeship nowogródzkie

kami.net.pl/kresy/

Regards


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