The Death and Burial of Andrzej Paweł Chodkowski – 1929

Andrzej Paweł Chodkowski died on 08 February 1919 in Olszewiec, Przasnysz Powiat, Warsaw Voivodeship, Second Polish Republic, and was buried on 08 February 1919 in Węgra, Przasnysz Powiat, Warsaw Voivodeship, Second Polish Republic.

Death and Burial Record for Andrzej Chodkowski – 1929

Death and Burial Record for Andrzej Chodkowski – 1929

SOURCE: Roman Catholic Parish of Saint John the Baptist (Węgra, Przasnysz Powiat, Warsaw Voivodeship, Second Polish Republic), “Duplicate Civil Registrations of the Parish of Węgra for the Year 1929,” folio 40 recto, entry 7, death and burial record for Andrzej Chodkowski, recorded 08 February 1929; State Archives in Mława, digital images, Genbaza (http://metryki.genbaza.pl : accessed 03 July 2016).

Click on the link for a PDF copy of the Death and Burial Record for Andrzej Chodkowski – 1929. Translated from the Polish, the record states:

40.
No 7. This happened in the village of Węgra on the eighth day of February in the year one-thousand nine-hundred twenty-nine at the hour of ten in the morning, agricultural farmers from the village of Olszewiec appeared, the brothers Bolesław Chodkowski, 43 years old, and Ezechiel Chodkowski, 33 years old, and they stated that today at the hour of five in the morning, their father Andrzej Chodkowski died, 88 years old, son of the deceased married couple Piotr and Jadwiga née Suwińska, having been born in the village of Załogi in the parish of Płoniawy, leaving behind his widowed wife Ewa née Cichowska. This document was read aloud and signed by me, the pastor, maintaining the records of the civil state.
[signed] The Rerverend Stan[isław] Mystkowski

Andrzej Paweł Chodowski was my 5th cousin, 3x removed.

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One Response to The Death and Burial of Andrzej Paweł Chodkowski – 1929

  1. Donna says:

    Beautiful handwriting! Even I could translate this one because I would be able to identify all of the words!

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