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Bis from Nisko or Pysznica

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Re: Bis from Nisko or Pysznica

Posted: 15 Dec 2012 11:23PM GMT
Classification: Query
I am not related to Bis and Sroka, but I reviewed a lot [over 500] of Eliss Island manifests for immigrants from

vicinity of Pysznica including my grandparents. The statements about relations usually were correct.

Klara Bis married Franciszek Sroka probably in Pysznica and moved to husband village Zarzecze. In manifest

for Franciszek Sroka family dated Mar 20, 1910 [Last Place - Quaczyce/Zarzecze], Franciszek declared Polish ethnicity,

not Jewish. In present time, a few surnames Sroka are in the phone book for Zarzecze.

Surname Sroka [ = bird in Latin - Pica pica] is a popular Polish surname. Surname Bis is also Polish from old Polish

name Byslaw [= famous] and nickname Bys/Bis.

Census 1940 for Clara Sroka;

https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/K45S-KG4
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
ZlaticaBeca 23 Nov 2012 2:11AM GMT 
atolkachev 23 Nov 2012 7:59PM GMT 
atolkachev 16 Dec 2011 7:59PM GMT 
ZlaticaBeca 16 Dec 2011 8:33PM GMT 
wlmoskal86 29 Nov 2012 5:28AM GMT 
atolkachev 15 Dec 2012 6:46AM GMT 
wlmoskal86 16 Dec 2012 6:23AM GMT 
Ravenstolemoo... 14 Dec 2012 7:20PM GMT 
atolkachev 15 Dec 2012 7:17AM GMT 
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