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Joined: 29 Aug 2010 / Male ♂
Last Post: 9 Mar 2012
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From: USA
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9 Mar 2012
Genealogy / connecting w/ gramza and kobza [6]

yes. i am their son (ron). i realize that their parents (both sides) did always reference polish terms... but i have been also told by some people that i work with (who are bosnian) that are very sure that there is some Kosovo ancestry in the name. just really am interested in some of my heritage as i get older. kinda like they say... "you can't get where you're going, if you don't know where you've been". thx
29 Aug 2010
Genealogy / connecting w/ gramza and kobza [6]


i live the US and was looking backward into the trees of my family. my father's side is surnamed gramza... and my mother's lineage is kobza. here in the states... there's a lot of dead-end rabbit rails (some in my family say that our roots go through poland... others germany (polish border area)... yet others say that it's of belarus/ ukraine origin. i think i might be on the right course because my grandparents spoke (what i'm told) was sparse polish.

any thoughts or input?

thx SO much!