Hello Susan Nokes!
I’m not sure if this email will reach you or if it will of interest to you since the post I found from you is 5 years old! I am really responding to this 2005 post:
From: "Susan Nokes" < firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject: Re: [PBS] Census in Poznan/Bydgoszcz in mid 1800's-1900?
Date: Tue, 8 Mar 2005 15:38:58 -0800
Wisniewki, Joannes--son of Vinc. Wisniewki
and Bronisla Jozwiak -- J220
Franciscus Wisnewski --son of Mariani Wisnewski
and Joannae Debowskiej -- D120
Anyway, I gotta try! I copied the names of Wisniewski that were of interest to you. I just started researching my father’s Polish family and Vincent Wisniewski, my father’s paternal 2nd great grandfather. Vincent was husband to Annie Wisniewski. Their daughter, Catharine Wisniewski (b1865) married Anthony Mikolawski/Mikolajewski (b1863). Their son, Anthony Mikolajewski (b1887, Skwilno, Plock) married Rose Uczynski (b1894). Their son, Edward Mikolajewski (b1914) married Blanche Wojnisz (1916). All of these people lived in Delaware.
If this email finds you interested, I would appreciate if you know anymore information and/or if you believe there may be a connection.
Mary Gay Michaels
Greenville, South Carolina