In Trouble with the Law (Part 7 of 18)

Continuing with the court record of the case of Grabowski v. Niedziałkowski, let’s examine the seventh page of the record: ”Ciechanowskie Grodzkie Wieczyste”, sygn.107, k.54r.

“Ciechanowskie Grodzkie Wieczyste”, sygn.107, k.54r

“Ciechanowskie Grodzkie Wieczyste”, sygn.107, k.54r

SOURCE: Klonowo, Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, “Ciechanowskie Grodzkie Wieczyste,” sygn.107, k.54r, Grabowski v. Niedziałkowski, 1756; Archiwum Główne Akt Dawnych w Warszawie, Warsaw, Poland.

Translated from Latin to Polish, and then from Polish to English, the record states:

… between the boundary line of Krzysztof and Melchior Niedziałkowski, on which Wojciech Grabowski resides, was granted to Melchior Niedziałkowski, for which this same Melchior withdrew his claim to the Skaskowizna sections, inherited by Wojciech Grabowski.
Moreover, eight plots from the rural road between the Frącowizna section and the boundary line of the heirs of the deceased Andrzej Niedziałkowski, occupied by these heirs, and which plots were given in the local records on the Monday after the feast of St. Valentine in the year 1648 by Wawrzeniec Klonowski for Maciej Klonowski, similar to the way eight fields in the village of Klonowo, in a place called Dworznica, were awarded to the same Wojciech Grabowski.
Also in the field below Kamieniec, five plots pledged by Krzysztof and the deceased Franciszek Niedziałkowski to Jakub Klonowski, son of the deceased Łukasz, ancestor of Wojciech Grabowski, in the local records on Wednesday, the day after the feast of John the Baptist in the year 1704, for the sum of 40 florens, encompassing five plots from the path or border of the field to the Przasnysz road extending two stops between the boundary line of Szymon Niedziałkowski and Jakub Klonowski, together with five other plots between those pledged and the Niedziałkowskis’s, connected to the Skasowizna sections through the same heirs of the deceased Andrzej Niedziałkowski, were awarded to the same to Wojciech Grabowski.
Also, three winter plots in the Niedzialkowski parts were cultivated by Grabowski, and restitution was demanded by Niedziałkowski, and which were pledged by Adam Klonowski, son of the deceased Tomasz  Klonowski for Jakub Klonowski, son of the deceased Łukasz, an ancestor of Wojciech Grabowski, extending from the Długołęka border to the Przasnysz road between the border line of Szymon Niedziałkowski and also Jakub Klonowski together with other fields for 20 Polish złoty, in the local records on the Tuesday after the fourth Sunday of Lent in the year 1699, which is in the present estate of Paweł and Rafał Długołęcki to which Grabowski filed claims, for which the Długołęckis …

To be continued…

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