The Death and Burial Record of Ludwika Niedziałkowska – 1809

On 19 Jun 1809, Ludwika Niedziałkowska died in house number three in Mosaki Godacze, Powiat Przasnysz, Departament Płock, Duchy of Warsaw. Ludwika was a daughter of my fourth great grandparents, Tomasz Niedziałkowski and Cecylia Chotkowska. Her death was recorded on 19 Jun 1809 by the pastor of the parish in Krasne, Powiat Przasnysz, Departament Płock, Duchy of Warsaw.

The Death and Burial Record of Ludwika Niedzialkowska - 1809

The Birth and Baptismal Record of Ludwika Niedziałkowska – 1809

SOURCE: Parafia pw. św. Jana Chrzciciela (Krasne, Powiat Przasnysz, Departament Płock, Duchy of Warsaw), “Akta Cywilne Urodzonych i Zeyscia Gmina Krasinskiey 1809 [Civil registrations of Births and Deaths of the Krasne Gmina],” folio 33 verso 7 folio 34 recto, Ludwika Niedziałkowska, 19 Jun 1809; filmed as Kopie księg metrykalnych, 1808-1892; FHL INTL microfilm 0,702,791, item 3.

Click on the image above to enlarge it. Click on the link for a PDF copy of the Death and Burial Record of Ludwika Niedziałkowska. Translated from the Polish, the record reads:

Mosaki Godacze.

In the year one-thousand eight-hundred nine, on the nineteenth day of the month of June, by us, the pastor of Krasne and clerk of the civil records of the Krasne gmina in Departament Płock, Powiat Przasnysz, there appeared the well-born Tomasz Niedziałkowski, father of the deceased child, with Jan Kierzkowski, judge, both noble landowners residing in Mosaki Godacze, and he declared to us that on the nineteenth day of the month of June in the year one-thousand eight-hundred nine at the hour of four in the morning, Ludwika Niedziałkowska, died, one year old and of noble birth, daughter of the well-born Tomasz and Cecylia née Chotkowska, the spouses Niedziałkowski, in the house at number three, after which the present death record was read aloud to the declarants who do not know how to write, and was signed below by us.
Reverend Franciszek Sułkowski, pastor of Krasne,
performing the functions of the clerk of the civil state.

I discovered this record several years ago but, until today, I had not transcribed or translated it.

Copyright © 2008 by Stephen J. Danko

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