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Brzoska

Jennifer Walker (View posts)
Posted: 15 May 2001 4:08PM GMT
Edited: 12 Oct 2003 10:33PM GMT
Surnames: brzoska
For my AP European History class in HS, we are required to research our genealogy. I asked my busia (as she likes to be called) about her family, and supposedly her mother was Kazimiera Brzoska, who lived in Wysokie Mazowieckie, Brzoski (a state in Poland named after the Brzoska surname) Tatary, Poland. She immigrated to America in 1912 to avoid having her husband drafted, after her husband was recalled into the Russian army (while Poland was part of Russia under its last partition) after returning home from the Ruso-Japanese War. Any others from this area?
Btw, Brzoska means 'white berch'

Jennifer

Re: Brzoska

Wolfgang Brozio (View posts)
Posted: 9 Nov 2001 11:44PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Brzoska, Brozio
Hi Jennifer,

I´m doing research for the Brzoska-family for about 20 years now, because we (Brozio) are a mazurian (east prussian)side-line of the mazovian Br(z)oska, coat of arms Nowina alias Zlotogolenczyk.
I have quite a lot of material about them and if you want to know more just ask me. Brzoska founded in 16.th century a few heritages/villages in Podlasie nearby Wysocki Mazowiecki.

Wolfgang Brozio

Re: Brzoska

Wolfgang (View posts)
Posted: 22 Jan 2002 9:59PM GMT
Classification: Query
Hi Jennifer,

the Brzoska-history starts in the Wysocki-area about 1450 and in Mazowsze, where they came from, about the year 1380.

Wolfgang

Stanislav Brzoska

Posted: 25 Feb 2002 7:58PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 5 Jan 2006 4:53PM GMT
Surnames: Brzoska
I am trying to find any information on the family of Stanislav Brzoska. I don't know where or exactly when he was born. I do know that he served in the Royal Russian Army for 14 yrs, lived in Mogilev, and was discharged in 1903. He immigrated to the US in 1904. Thanks!

Re: Stanislav Brzoska

Wolfgang Brozio (View posts)
Posted: 25 Feb 2002 9:33PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 12 Oct 2003 9:48PM GMT
Surnames: Brzoska, Brozio
Hi Teresa,
as you don´t know , where Stanislav was born i cannot tell more about him personally. You should try to get to know more about him may be by an archiv of the russian army, but that is not my special thing.
The masovian and podlachien and prussian Brzoska were members of the clan/herb Nowina alias Zlotogolenczyk. They are mentioned in almost all of the polish genealogic and heraldic literature. I have got are short history about the masovian and prussian Brzoska/Brozio family in english, which I´ll try to send to your private mail adress.
Regards
Wolfgang

Re: Stanislav Brzoska

Posted: 21 Dec 2005 9:34PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 5 Jan 2006 4:53PM GMT
Wolfgang- I have since found out that Stanislav (born to Pioter and Mary?) was born in Lipniki. Does this help?

Re: Brzoska

Posted: 22 Mar 2009 10:05PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 23 Mar 2009 3:05PM GMT
Surnames: Brzoska, Mordaszewicz
Hi Wolfgang,

I saw your posting on Ancestry, and although it's 8 years old, I thought I'd try to contact you anyway. I'm interested in any information you might have on Jan Brzoska (m to Emily Mordaszewicz) with sons Wladyslaw, b 1886 in Radziow, Poland, Stanislaw, b 1889, Joseph, and ? Alexander, and Franz. I'm not sure the latter two are brothers or cousins. All sons immigrated to America in the early 1900's and settled in MA, CT, and NJ.

Thanks
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