The Death and Burial of Anna née Imielska Zygmuntowicz – 1866

Anna Zygmuntowicz was the first wife of my third great-grandfather, Stanisław Zygmuntowicz. She died on 10 October 1866 in Łaguny, Ciechanów Powiat, Płock Gubernia, Congress Kingdom of Poland, and she was buried on 11 October 1864 in Zielona, Ciechanów Powiat, Płock Gubernia, Congress Kingdom of Poland.

Death and Burial Record for Anna Zygmuntowicz – 1866

Death and Burial Record for Anna Zygmuntowicz – 1866

SOURCE: Roman Catholic Parish in Zielona (Zielona, Ciechanów Powiat, Płock Gubernia, Congress Kingdom of Poland), “Duplicate Civil Registrations of the Parish of Zielona for the Year 1866,” folio 46 recto, entry 38, death and burial record for Anna Zygmuntowicz, recorded 11 October 1866; State Archives in Mława, digital images, Genbaza (http://metryki.genbaza.pl : accessed 31 May 2016).

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№ 38. Łaguny
This happened in Zielona on the eleventh day of October in the year one-thousand eight-hundred sixty-six at the hour of two in the afternoon. Jan Kardaszewski, forty-two years old, and Kazimierz Kowalski, thirty-six years old, residing in Łaguny appeared, and they stated that yesterday at the hour of three in the afternoon, Anna Zygmuntowicz died, wife of a farmer, daughter of the married couple, the deceased Stanisław and the still-living Franciszka Imielski, leaving behind her widowed husband Stanisław Zygmuntowicz. After visual confirmation of the death of Zygmuntowicz, this document was read aloud to the declarants and was signed by us. The declarants do not know how to write.
[signed] The Reverend Rabowski, Administrator of the Zielona parish, maintaining the civil register

Anna was the first wife of my third great-grandfather, Stanisław Zygmuntowicz, but Anna was not my ancestor. I am descended from Stanisław Zygmuntowicz and his second wife, Julianna Ruszczyńska.

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The Birth and Baptism of Konstanty Zygmuntowicz – 1864

Konstanty Zygmuntowicz was the half-brother of my second great-grandmother, Ksawera Zygmuntowicz. He was born on 29 August 1864 in Łaguny, Ciechanów Powiat, Płock Gubernia, Congress Kingdom of Poland, and he was baptized on 11 September 1864 in the Roman Catholic Church in Zielona, Ciechanów Powiat, Płock Gubernia, Congress Kingdom of Poland.

Birth and Baptismal Record for Konstanty Zygmuntowicz – 1864

Birth and Baptismal Record for Konstanty Zygmuntowicz – 1864

SOURCE: Roman Catholic Parish in Zielona (Zielona, Ciechanów Powiat, Płock Gubernia, Congress Kingdom of Poland), “Duplicate Civil Registrations of the Parish of Zielona for the Year 1864,” folio 11 verso, entry 66, birth and baptismal record for Konstanty Zygmuntowicz, recorded 11 September 1864; State Archives in Mława, digital images, Genbaza (http://metryki.genbaza.pl : accessed 15 May 2016).

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№ 66. Łaguny
This happened in Zielona on the eleventh day of September in the year one-thousand eight-hundred sixty-four at the hour of one in the afternoon. Stanisław Zygmuntowicz appeared, forty years old, a farmer residing in Łaguny, in the presence of Konstanty Grabowski, forty years old, and Stanisław Kardaszewicz, sixty years old, residing in Łaguny, and he showed us a male child born on the twenty-ninth day of August of the current year at the hour of three in the afternoon of his wife Anna née Iemielska, forty-four years old. At Holy Baptism performed today, this child was given the name Konstanty, and the Godparents were Konstanty Grabowski and his wife Feliksa. This document was read to the declarant father and the witnesses and was signed by us and the declarant. The witnesses do not know how to write.
[signed] The Reverend Rabowski, Administrator of the Zielona Parish, maintaining the civil register
[signed] Stanisław Zygmuntowicz

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The Death and Burial of Józef Zygmuntowicz – 1862

Józef Zygmuntowicz was the half-brother of my second great-grandmother, Ksawera Zygmuntowicz. He died on 02 September 1862 in Łaguny, Ciechanów Powiat, Płock Gubernia, Congress Kingdom of Poland, and he was buried on 03 September 1862 in Zielona, Ciechanów Powiat, Płock Gubernia, Congress Kingdom of Poland.

Death and Burial Record for Józef Zygmuntowicz – 1862

Death and Burial Record for Józef Zygmuntowicz – 1862

SOURCE: Roman Catholic Parish in Zielona (Zielona, Ciechanów Powiat, Płock Gubernia, Congress Kingdom of Poland), “Duplicate Civil Registrations of the Parish of Zielona for the Year 1862,” folio 29 recto, entry 37, death and burial record for Józef Zygmuntowicz, recorded 03 September 1862; State Archives in Mława, digital images, Genbaza (http://metryki.genbaza.pl : accessed 24 May 2016).

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№ 37.
Łaguny. This happened in Zielona on the third day of September in the year one-thousand eight-hundred sixty-two at the hour of nine in the morning. Kazimierz Kowalski, thirty years old, and Walenty Bruzda, thirty-seven years old from Łaguny appeared, and they stated that yesterday at the hour of four in the afternoon, Józef Zygmuntowicz died, one-half year old, son of the married couple Stanisław and Anna Zygmuntowicz from Łaguny. After visual confirmation of the death of Józef Zygmuntowicz, this document was read aloud to the declarants and was signed by us. The declarants do not know how to write.
The Reverend Józef Perkowski, Pastor of Zielona, maintaining the civil register

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The Birth and Baptism of Józef Zygmuntowicz – 1862

Józef Zygmuntowicz was the half-brother of my second great-grandmother, Ksawera Zygmuntowicz. He was born on 17 March 1862 in Łaguny, Ciechanów Powiat, Płock Gubernia, Congress Kingdom of Poland, and he was baptized on 23 March 1862 in the Roman Catholic Church in Zielona, Ciechanów Powiat, Płock Gubernia, Congress Kingdom of Poland.

Birth and Baptismal Record for Józef Zygmuntowicz – 1862

Birth and Baptismal Record for Józef Zygmuntowicz – 1862

SOURCE: Roman Catholic Parish in Zielona (Zielona, Ciechanów Powiat, Płock Gubernia, Congress Kingdom of Poland), “Duplicate Civil Registrations of the Parish of Zielona for the Year 1862,” folio 4 verso, entry 28, birth and baptismal record for Józef Zygmuntowicz, recorded 23 March 1862; State Archives in Mława, digital images, Genbaza (http://metryki.genbaza.pl : accessed 24 May 2016).

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№ 28.
Łaguny. This happened in Zielona on the twenty-third day of March in the year one-thousand eight-hundred sixty-two at the hour of one in the afternoon. Stanisław Zygmuntowicz appeared, owner of a part [of the village] residing in Łaguny, forty years old, in the presence of Franciszek Goździski, sixty-nine years old, residing in Goździe, and Franciszek Obidziński, twenty-eight years old, residing in Rączki, and he showed us a male child born on the seventeenth day of the current month at the hour of ten in the evening of his wife Anna née Jemielska, forty years old. At Holy Baptism performed today, this child was given the name Józef, and the Godparents were the afore-mentioned Franciszek Goździski and Konstancja Grabowska. This document was read to the declarant father and witnesses and was signed by the declarant, by us, and by the first witness. The second witness does not know how to write.
[signed] The Reverend Józef Perkowski, Pastor of Zielona, maintaining the civil register
[signed] Stanisław Zygmuntowicz [signed] Franciszek Obidziński

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The Birth and Baptism of Franciszek Ksawery Zygmuntowicz – 1854

Franciszek Ksawery Zygmuntowicz was the half-brother of my second great-grandmother, Ksawera Zygmuntowicz. He was born on 03 December 1857 in Łaguny, Ciechanów Powiat, Płock Gubernia, Congress Kingdom of Poland, and he was baptized on 07 January 1854 in the Roman Catholic Church in Zielona, Ciechanów Powiat, Płock Gubernia, Congress Kingdom of Poland.

Birth and Baptismal Record for Franciszek Ksawery Zygmuntowicz – 1857

Birth and Baptismal Record for Franciszek Ksawery Zygmuntowicz – 1857

SOURCE: Roman Catholic Parish in Zielona (Zielona, Ciechanów Powiat, Płock Gubernia, Congress Kingdom of Poland), “Duplicate Civil Registrations of the Parish of Zielona for the Year 1857,” folio 11 verso, entry 94, birth and baptismal record for Franciszek Ksawery Zygmuntowicz, recorded 13 December 1857; State Archives in Mława, digital images, Genbaza (http://metryki.genbaza.pl : accessed 23 May 2016).

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Nr. 94 Łaguny.
This happened in Zielona on the first / thirteenth day of December in the year one-thousand eight-hundred fifty-seven at the hour of twelve noon. Stanisław Zygmuntowicz appeared, thirty-six years old, residing in Łaguny, in the presence of Jan Juśkielski, thirty-three years old, and Maciej Stelzyński, fifty years old, residing in Łaguny, and he showed us a male child born on the third day of the current month at the hour of four in the morning of his wife Anna née Jemielska, thirty-seven years old. At Holy Baptism performed today, this child was given the names Franciszek Ksawery, and the Godparents were Franciszek Zamojski and Elżbieta Laguna. This document was read to the declarant father and witnesses and was signed by the declarant. The witnesses do not know how to write.
[signed] The Reverend Józef Perkowski, Pastor of Zielona, maintaining the civil register
[signed] Stanisław Zygmuntowicz

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The Birth and Baptism of Ewa Zygmuntowicz – 1855

Ewa Zygmuntowicz was the half-sister of my second great-grandmother, Ksawera Zygmuntowicz. She was born on 25 October 1855 in Skierki, Przasnysz Powiat, Płock Gubernia, Congress Kingdom of Poland, and he was baptized on 25 October 1855 in the Roman Catholic Church in Przasnysz, Przasnysz Powiat, Płock Gubernia, Congress Kingdom of Poland.

Birth and Baptismal Record for Ewa Zygmuntowicz – 1855

Birth and Baptismal Record for Ewa Zygmuntowicz – 1855

Roman Catholic Parish in Przasnysz (Przasnysz, Przasnysz Powiat, Płock Gubernia, Congress Kingdom of Poland), “Duplicate Civil Registrations of the Parish of Przasnysz for the Year 1855,” folio 30 recto, entry 175, birth and baptismal record for Ewa Zygmuntowicz, recorded 25 October 1855; State Archives in Pułtusk, digital images, Genbaza (http://metryki.genbaza.pl : accessed 23 May 2016).

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Skierki 175.
This happened in the city of Przasnysz on the thirteenth / twenty-fifth day of October in the year one-thousand eight-hundred fifty-five at the hour of five in the afternoon. Stanisław Zygmuntowicz appeared, a farmer from Skierki, thirty-three years old, in the presence of Walenty Lubiński, thirty years old, and Szczepan Zygmuntowicz, thirty-five years old, farmers from Skierki, and he showed us a female child born in Skierki today at the hour of two in the afternoon of his wife Anna née Jemielska, thirty-five years old. At Holy Baptism performed today, this child was given the name Ewa, and the Godparents were the afore-mentioned Walenty Lubiński and Tekla Jemielska. Having read this document to the declarant and witnesses who do not know how to write, we signed it.
[signed] The Reverend Budny, Pastor of Przasnysz, maintaining the civil register

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The Birth and Baptism of Jan Zygmuntowicz – 1854

Jan Zygmuntowicz was the half-brother of my second great-grandmother, Ksawera Zygmuntowicz. He was born on 03 January 1854 in Skierki, Przasnysz Powiat, Płock Gubernia, Congress Kingdom of Poland, and he was baptized on 07 January 1854 in the Roman Catholic Church in Przasnysz, Przasnysz Powiat, Płock Gubernia, Congress Kingdom of Poland.

Birth and Baptismal Record for Jan Zygmuntowicz - 1854

Birth and Baptismal Record for Jan Zygmuntowicz – 1854

SOURCE: Roman Catholic Parish in Przasnysz (Przasnysz, Przasnysz Powiat, Płock Gubernia, Congress Kingdom of Poland), “Duplicate Civil Registrations of the Parish of Przasnysz for the Year 1854,” folio 1 verso, entry 5, birth and baptismal record for Jan Zygmuntowicz, recorded 07 January 1854; State Archives in Pułtusk, digital images, Genbaza (http://metryki.genbaza.pl : accessed 22 May 2016).

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5.
Skierki. This happened in the city of Przasnysz on the twenty-sixth day of December /: seventh day of January the year one-thousand eight-hundred fifty-three / four at the hour of four in the afternoon. Stanisław Zygmuntowicz appeared, an agricultural farmer from Skierki, thirty-two years old, in the presence of the Reverend Stanisław Godlewski, assistant pastor of the Przasnysz parish, twenty-five years old, and Walenty Wrobelewski, parish organist, thirty years old, residing in Przasnysz, and he showed us a male child born in Skierki on the twenth-second day of December of the last year /: the third day of January of the current year at the hour of twelve noon of his wife Anna née Imielska, thirty-four years old. At Holy Baptism performed today, this child was given the name Jan, and the Godparents were the afore-mentioned Reverend Stanisław Godlewski and Franciszka Wroblewska. This document was read aloud to the declarant and witnesses and was signed by us as well as the witnesses. The father and child are unable to write.
[signed] The Rerverend Godlewski [signed] Wroblewski
[signed ] Budny, Pastor of Przasnysz maintaining the civil register

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The Marriage of Józef Niedziałkowski and Anastazja Chełchowska – 1934

Józef Niedziałkowski, son of Teofil Niedziałkowski and Ksawera Zygmuntowicz, was married to Analstazja Chełchowska, daughter of Ludwik Chełchowski and Władysława Brzuzy on 12 July 1934 in Szelków, Maków Mazowiecki Powiat, Warsaw Voivodeship, Second Polish Republic.

Marriage Record for Józef Niedziałkowski and Anastazja Chełchowska - 1934

Marriage Record for Józef Niedziałkowski and Anastazja Chełchowska – 1934

SOURCE: Parafia pw. św. Jana Chrzciciela (Szwelice, Maków Powiat, Warsaw Voivodeship, Second Polish Republic), “Duplicate Civil Registrations of the Parish of Szwelice for the Year 1934,” folio 61 verso, entry 16, marriage record of Józef Niedziałkowski and Anastazja Chełchowska, recorded 12 February 1934; State Archives in Pułtusk, digital images, Genbaza (http://metryki.genbaza.pl : accessed 21 May 2016).

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Sielc Nowy. No. 16
This happened in the village of Szelków on the twelfth day of February in the year one-thousand nine-hundred thirty-four at the hour of twelve. We make it known that in the presence of witnesses: Józef Olkowski, a farmer from Ciepielewo, sixty years old, and Stanisław Niedziałkowski, a farmer from Pomaski, thirty years old, a religious marriage was contracted between: Józef Nniedziałkowski, the widower of Józefa née Pomaska Niedziałkowska who died in Ciepielewo on the fifteenth day of May in the year one-thousand nine-hundred thirty-three, [he was] a farmer, thirty-six years old, born in Pomaski in the parish of Szwelice, residing in Ciepielewo, son of the deceased Teofil Niedziałkowski and the still-living Ksawera née Zygmuntowicz – and Anastazja Chełchowska an unmarried girl, twenty years old, born in Sielc Nowy and residing there with her family, daughter of Ludwik Chełchowski, a farmer, and his wife Władysława née Brzuzy. This wedding was preceeded by three announcements of the banns in the local parish church on the following days: the twenty-eighth of January, the fourth and eleventh of February of the current year. – Permission for the new bride was granted orally by her father through the current act of marriage. The newlyweds declare that they have entered into a prenuptial agreement on the common Szelków estates present and future, through the notary Edmund Płoski in Makow-Mazowiecki on the fifth day of February of the current year as № 80. – This religious rite was performed by the Reverend Julian Przygódski, assistant to the Reverend Edmund Bierzkowski, pastor of the parish of Szelków. After this document was read aloud, it was signed by us, the newlyweds, and the witness Stanisław Niedziałkowski. The witness Józef Olkowski and the father of the bride do not know how to write. The Pastor of the Szelków parish, maintaining the public register. [signed] Reverend Julian Przygódski
[signed] Józef Niedziałkowski
[signed] Anastazja Chełchowska
[signed] Stanisław Niedziałkowski

This record agrees with the marginal notes of marriages in the copy of the Birth and Baptismal Record of Józef Niedziałkowski – 1897.

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The Marriage of Edmund Kołakowski and Józefa Pomaska – 1921

Edmund Kołakowski was married to Józefa Pomaska on 22 May 1921 in Szwelice, Maków Mazowiecki Powiat, Warsaw Voivodeship, Second Polish Republic.

Marriage Record for Edmund Kołakowski and Józefa Pomaska - 1928

Marriage Record for Edmund Kołakowski and Józefa Pomaska – 1921

SOURCE: Parafia pw. św. Jana Chrzciciela (Szwelice, Maków Powiat, Warsaw Voivodeship, Second Polish Republic), “Duplicate Civil Registrations of the Parish of Szwelice for the Year 1921,” folio 30 verso, entry 8, marriage record of Edmund Kołakowski and Józefa Pomaska, recorded 22 May 1921; State Archives in Pułtusk, digital images, Genbaza (http://metryki.genbaza.pl : accessed 21 May 2016).

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Sikuty N 8
This happened in the village of Szwelice on the twenty-second day of May in the year one-thousand nine-hundred twenty-one at the hour of six in the afternoon. We make it known that in the presence of witnesses Stanisław Pomaski, brother of the young girl, thirty years old, and Wincenty Milewski, twenty-four years old, the first residing in Sikuty and the second in Zakrzewo, both farmers, on this day a religious marriage was contracted between: Edmund Kołakowski, an unmarried man, a farmer, thirty-nine years old, son of the married couple, the deceased Wincenty and the still-living Michalina née Chrzanowska Kołakowski, born in Sikuty and residing in Ciepielewo on an agricultural farm; – and Józefa Pomaska, an unmarried girl, twenty-seven years old, daughter of the married couple, the deceased Antoni Pomaski and the still-living Paulina née Nosarzewska, born in Sikuty and residing there with her mother on an agricultural farm. – This wedding was preceeded by three announcements of the banns for general consent in the Szwelice and Szelków parish churches on the days: the twenty-fourth of April, the first and eighth of May of the current year. – The newlyweds stated that they had made no prenuptial agreement between them. – This religious rite was performed by the Reverend Franciszek Flaczyński, local pastor. This document was read aloud to the newlyweds and witnesses, and it was signed by us, the groom, and the witnesses. The bride is illiterate. – The Pastor of the Szelków parish, maintaining the public register.
[signed] Reverend F.Flaczyński
[signed] Edmund Kołakowski
[signed] Stanisław Pomaski
[signed] Milewski Wicenty

Edmund Kołakowski died on 06 June 1927 in the Hospital of the Infant Jesus in Warsaw, Warsaw Powiat, Warsaw Voivodeship, Second Polish Republic.  This was Józefa’s first marriage. After the death of Edmund Kołakowski, she married my great uncle, Józef Niedziałkowski. Although this record refers to Sikuty, it is called Pomaski-Sikuty in the Słownick Geograficny Królestwa Polskiego.

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The Death of Paulina Pomaska – 1930

Paulina Pomaska, mother of Józefa Pomaska, daughter of Walenty and Petronela Nosarzewski, died on 13 February 1930 in Sikuty, Maków Mazowiecki Powiat, Warsaw Voivodeship, Second Polish Republic and was buried on 16 February 1930 in Szwelice, Maków Mazowiecki Powiat, Warsaw Voivodeship, Second Polish Republic.

Death Record for Paulina Pomaska - 1930

Death and Burial Record for Paulina Pomaska – 1930

SOURCE: Parafia pw. św. Jana Chrzciciela (Szwelice, Maków-Mazowiecki Powiat, Warsaw Voivodeship, Second Polish Republic), “Duplicate Civil Registrations of the Parish of Szwelice for the Year 1930,” folio 71 verso, entry 6, death record of Paulina Pomaska, recorded 16 February 1930; State Archives in Pułtusk, digital images, Genbaza (http://metryki.genbaza.pl : accessed 21 May 2016).

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Sikuty No. 6
This happened in Szwelice on the sixteenth day of February in the year one-thousand nine-hundred thirty at the hour of nine in the morning. There appeared Aleksander Pomaski, fifty-three years old, and Jan Mosakowski, sixty years old, both farmers from Sikuty and they stated that on the thirteenth day of February of the current year at the hour of ten in the morning, Paulina Pomaska died in Sikuty, a widow, seventy-eight years old, daughter of the married couple Walenty and Petronela (maiden name unknown) Nosarzewski, born and residing in the Sikuty on a farm. After visual confirmation of the death of Paulina Pomaska, this document was read aloud to the illiterate witnesses, and signed by us alone. Pastor of the Szwelice parish, maintaining the records of the Civil State.
[signed] Reverend Godlewski

Although the name of the village where Paulina Pomaski died is called Sikuty in this record, the same village is referred to as Pomaski-Sikuty in the Słownick Geograficzny Królestwa Polskiego.

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