Our grandfather, Jan Drabicki was born 1887 in Lany, Bobrka, Poland. His parents were Sebastian Drabicki born about 1846 in Kosina, Lancut, Poland, and Salomea Jarosz, born about 1842. He had a brother named Jozef Drabicki born 1886 in Lany.
Jan Drabicki had a stepbrother, Walenty Majcher, born 1881 in Rogozno, Lancut, Poland. Salomea Jarosz had been married to Wawrzyniec Maicher before she married Sebastian Drabicki. Jan Drabicki and Walenty Majcher eventually immigrated to Auburn, NY.
Jan Drabicki had another stepbrother from his father Sebastian's previous marriage to Brygida Kluz. Their son, Stanislaw Drabicki was born in 1880 in Rogozno, Lancut, Poland. From WWI Polish army records, Stanislaw listed a wife, Katarzyna and 3 children residing in Rogozno. He eventually immigrated to Pennsylvania.
These are the relationships I have been able to verify in my research. In searching the Ellis Island immigration records I have noticed several others who are prossibly related, but I don't know the connection. There were several Drabicki's coming from Kosina, including Wojciech (born about 1877), Kazimir (born about 1879), and Aniela (born about 1899). I also notice several Drabicki's immigrating from nearby Kracakowa, including Walenty (born about 1888, also listed his father as Pawel), Maciej (born about 1866), Andreij (born about 1895 also listed his father as Jan and mother Konstancza), Jan (born about 1872), and Francisek (born about 1883). And Wojciek Drabicki from Bobrka (born about 1885 also listed his mother as Katarina Drabicka).
From the Ellis Island records I noticed several Kluz's coming from Kosina, Lancut, but I haven't enough information to see if any are related to Brygida Kluz who married Sebastian Drabicki.