Jakób Dymek, son of Antoni Dymek and Maryanna Gorzka, and Franciszka Alicka, daughter of Mateusz Alicka and Katarzyna Grabowska, were married in the parish church in Mały Płock, Kolno Powiat, Łomża Gubernia, Congress Kingdom of Poland on 14 November 1847.
The Marriage Record of Jakób Dymek and Franciszka Alicka – 1847
SOURCE: Parafia pw. Znalezienia Krzyża Św. (Mały Płock, Kolno Powiat, Łomża Gubernia, Congress Kingdom of Poland), “ Akta zaślubionych 1847 [Records of Marriages 1847],” folio 74/65 verso, entry 52, Jakób Dymek and Franciszka Alicka, 14 November 1847; filmed as Księgi metrykalne, 1771-1863; FHL INTL microfilm 0,948,384.
Click on the image above to view a higher resolution image. Click on the link for a PDF copy of the Marriage Record of Jakób Dymek and Franciszka Alicka. Translated from the Polish, the record reads:
This happened in the village of Mały Płock on the fourteenth day of November in the year one-thousand eight-hundred forty-five at the hour of twelve noon.
We make it known that in the presence of witnesses Szymon Dymek, age thirty, and Mikołaj Dymek, age forty, both peasant farmers residing in Piasutno, on this day, with a blessing imparted by Us, a religious marriage was contracted between the young man Jakób Dymek, residing until now with his father in Piasutno, born there of the married couple the deceased Antoni and still living Maryanna née Gorzka Dymek, peasants residing in Piasutno, nineteen years and four months of age, and the young girl, Franciszka Alicka, daughter of the married couple the Mateusz and Katarzyna née Grabowska Alicka, peasants residing in Niksowizna, having completed sixteen years of age, born in Niksowizna and residing until now with her parents. This wedding was preceded by three readings of the banns on the thirty-first day of October, the seventh day and today of this same month and year in the parish of Mały Płock, also with the oral consent of those present for the marriage record and of the father on the side of the groom and the parents on the side of the bride. No impediment to the marriage arose. The newlyweds stated that they had made no prenuptial agreement. This document was read aloud to the declarants and witnesses all of whom do not know how to write.
The Reverend Juliusz Kulisz, Pastor of Mały Płock
Oddly enough, this record states that Jakób Dymek’s father was dead, but also states that Jakób was living until now with his father and that the groom’s father gave consent for the marriage. Something is not quite correct.
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