On 31 Jul 1882, Władysław Niedziałkowski, son of Teodor Niedziałkowski and Wiktoria Długołęcka, was born in Golany, Ciechanów District, Płock Governorate, Vistulan Country, Russian Empire. He was baptized in the parish church in Przasnysz, Ciechanów District, Płock Governorate, Vistulan Country, Russian Empire on 06 Aug 1882.
The Birth and Baptismal Record of Władysław Niedziałkowski – 1882
SOURCE: Parafia pw. św. Wojciecha (Przasnysz, Ciechanów District, Płock Governorate, Vistulan Country, Russian Empire, “Przasnysz Akta Urodzenia 1880-1884. [Przasnysz Documents of Birth 1880-1884.],” folio 176 verso, entry 247, Władysław Niedziałkowski, 06 August 1882; filmed as Kopie księg metrykalnych, 1808-1902; FHL INTL microfilm 1,809,612, item 2.
Click on the image above to enlarge it. Click on the link for a PDF copy of the Birth and Baptismal Record of Władysław Niedziałkowski. Translated from the Russian, the record reads:
It happened in the city of Przasnysz on the twenty-first of July / sixth of August, one-thousand eight-hundred eighty-two, at one o’clock in the afternoon. There appeared Teodor Niedziałkowski, a farmer in Golany, thirty-seven years of age, in the presence of Józef Brzywkowski, a farmer in Golany, twenty-nine years of age, and Franciszek Pałkowski, a peasant from Przasnysz, forty years of age and he showed us a child of the male sex, having been born in Golany on the nineteenth day / thirty-first day of July of this year at three o’clock in the morning, of his lawful wife Wiktoria née Długołęcka, thirty-three years of age. To this child at Holy Baptism performed on this day was given the name Władysław, and the Godparents were Józef Brzywkowski and Marianna his wife. This document was read to the declarants and to the illiterate witnesses and signed by us. –
The Parish Church in Przasnysz – Rev[erend] S[tanisław] Czapliński
I had a difficult time with the surname of the Godfather in this record. The spelling Brzywkowski is most likely incorrect, but is as close as I am able to read it.
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