Administrative Structure of the Parishes of the Maków Powiat

As part of my research project in Salt Lake City during the NGS Family History Conference, I examined microfilms from the Maków Powiat, Łomża Gubernia, Congress Kingdom of Poland (1867-1915) to learn the administrative structure in which the parishes operated during the years 1807-1867.

The Family History Library has microfilm copies of at least some of the records of ten parishes in the Maków Powiat: Czerwonka, Gąsewo, Karniewo, Krasnosielc, Maków Mazowiecki, Płoniawy, Póżan, Sieluń-Majorat, Szelków, and Szwelice.

The microfilmed records in the Family History Library do not indicate the administrative divisions to which the parishes of Czerwonka, Płoniawy, Sieluń-Majorat, and Różan belonged, but their positions on the map suggest that all of these parishes belonged to the Pułtusk Powiat (Obwód). The records of the parish of Płoniawy began in 1829. Prior to that, the parish was located in Podoś.

The parishes of Czerwonka, Gąsewo, Karniewo, Maków Mazowiecki, Płoniawy (Podoś), Póżan, Sieluń-Majorat, Szelków, and Szwelice (and their associated villages) belonged to the following administrative divisions:

  • 1807-1815:  Village, Pułtusk Powiat, Płock Department, Duchy of Warsaw
  • 1815-1816:  Village, Pułtusk Powiat, Płock Department, Congress Kingdom of Poland
  • 1816-1837:  Village, Pułtusk Obwód, Płock Voivodeship, Congress Kingdom of Poland
  • 1837-1842:  Village, Pułtusk Obwód, Płock Gubernia, Congress Kingdom of Poland
  • 1842-1844:  Village, Pułtusk Powiat, Płock Gubernia, Congress Kingdom of Poland
  • 1844-1867:  Village, Pułtusk Powiat, Augustów Gubernia, Congress Kingdom of Poland
  • 1867-1918:  Village, Maków Powiat, Łomża Gubernia, Congress Kingdom of Poland
  • 1918-1939: Village, Maków Mazowiecki Powiat, Warsaw Voivodeship, Second Polish Republic
  • 1939-1945: Village, Regierungsbezirk Zichenau, Province of East Prussia, German Reich
  • 1945-1952: Village, Warsaw Voivodeship, Republic of Poland
  • 1952-1975: Village, Warsaw Voivodeship, Polish People’s Republic
  • 1975-1990: Village, Ciechanów Voivodeship, Polish People’s Republic
  • 1990-1999: Village, Ciechanów Voivodeship, Third Polish Republic
  • 1999-Present: Village, Maków Powiat, Masovian Voivodeship, Third Polish Republic

The parish of Krasnosielc (and its associated villages) belonged to the following administrative divisions:

  • 1807-1815:  Village, Przasnysz Powiat, Płock Department, Duchy of Warsaw
  • 1815-1816:  Village, Przasnysz Powiat, Płock Department, Congress Kingdom of Poland
  • 1816-1837:  Village, Przasnysz Obwód, Płock Voivodeship, Congress Kingdom of Poland
  • 1837-1842:  Village, Przasnysz Obwód, Płock Gubernia, Congress Kingdom of Poland
  • 1842-1844:  Village, Przasnysz Powiat, Płock Gubernia, Congress Kingdom of Poland
  • 1844-1867:  Village, Przasnysz Powiat, Augustów Gubernia, Congress Kingdom of Poland
  • 1867-1918:  Village, Maków Powiat, Łomża Gubernia, Congress Kingdom of Poland
  • 1918-1939: Village, Maków Mazowiecki Powiat, Warsaw Voivodeship, Second Polish Republic
  • 1939-1945: Village, Regierungsbezirk Zichenau, Province of East Prussia, German Reich
  • 1945-1952: Village, Warsaw Voivodeship, Republic of Poland
  • 1952-1975: Village, Warsaw Voivodeship, Polish People’s Republic
  • 1975-1990: Village, Ciechanów Voivodeship, Polish People’s Republic
  • 1990-1999: Village, Ciechanów Voivodeship, Third Polish Republic
  • 1999-Present: Village, Maków Powiat, Masovian Voivodeship, Third Polish Republic

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4 Responses to Administrative Structure of the Parishes of the Maków Powiat

  1. Jean Roseman says:

    I am doing research on two families which came from Makowe (Pultusk) about 1865. I am seeking a map of where Makowe was at that time.

    Thank you,

    Jean Roseman

  2. Steve says:

    Jean, I can’t find any place named Makowe but, in 1865, the town of Maków (now Maków Mazowiecki) was in the Pułtusk Powiat. You can find this place on any map of Poland, including the map at http://pgsa.org/images/Atlas/43.Makowski.jpg from 1907.

    Steve

  3. Steven Kenczyk says:

    I am looking for family in the Maków Mazowiecki area. I believe the name is Kęszczyk and was changed in America to Kenczyk as I now use it. Any help would be appreciated.

  4. Vincent dzierski says:

    Looking for information on dzierski family. Vincent was born in 1896 and came to the US with four brothers,John,Stanley,Frank,And Saver. They all settled in the pgh, pa area. Would appreciate any help you can provide. Thank you

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