The Death and Burial of Mateusz Chodkowski – 1842

Mateusz Chodkowski, son of Jan Chodkowski and Józefata Grzybowska, died on 01 October 1842 in Mosaki Rukle, Przasnysz Obwód, Płock Gubernia, Congress Kingdom of Poland. He was buried the parish church in Krasne, Przasnysz Obwód, Płock Gubernia, Congress Kingdom of Poland on 02 October 1842.

The Death and Burial Record of Mateusz Chodkowski – 1842

The Death and Burial Record of Mateusz Chodkowski – 1842

SOURCE: Parafia pw. św. Jana Chrzciciela (Krasne, Przasnysz Obwód, Płock Gubernia, Congress Kingdom of Poland), “ Akta urodzeń, małżeństw, zgonów 1841-1851 [Records of Births, Marriages, and Deaths 1841-1851],” folio 37 verso, entry 49, Mateusz Chodkowski, 02 Oct 1842; filmed as Kopie księg metrykalnych, 1808-1892; FHL INTL microfilm 0,702,794.

Click on the image above to view a higher resolution image. Click on the link for a PDF copy of the Death and Burial Record of Mateusz Chodkowski. Translated from the Polish, the record reads:

49. Mosaki-Rukle. This happened in the village of Krasne on the twentieth day of September / second day of October in the year one-thousand eight-hundred forty-two at the hour of ten in the morning. There appeared Maciej Niedziałkowski, fifty-four years of age, together with Walenty Niedziałkowski, fifty-eight years of age, both farmers residing in the village of [Mosaki]-Rukle, [and they stated] that yesterday at the hour of six in the evening Mateusz Chodkowski died, residing on his parts [of the village] in the village of [Mosaki]-Rukle, fifty years of age, son of the married couple Jan and Józefa Chodkowski, leaving behind his widowed wife Paulina née Bartołd in [Mosaki]-Rukle. After visual confirmation of the death of Chodkowski, this document was read aloud to the declarants who do not know how to write.
          [signed] The Reverend Józef Bońkowski, Pastor of Krasne

Mateusz Chodkowski was my 1st cousin 5X removed.

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