I'm researching the Klich family and was hoping someone might have additional information.
The farthest I can go back is Karol Klich, although I don't have much information on him, other than he had 3 wifes and 7 children between them.
Karol KLICH (b. mid 1800's)
sp. Joseph SOBON
Caroline KLICH (b. 9 Jun 1888)
sp. Andrew KILIAN (b. 19 Jan 1892)
Sophie KLICH (b: 18 Aug 1899)
sp. Joe CIEMIEGA (d. Mar 1929)
sp. Michael FONFER (b. 16 Feb 1889 d. Jan 1974)
George KLICH (b. 19 Jan 1889 d. 13 Jan 1951)
sp. Anna RZANY (b. 22 Nov 1894 d. 27 Jan 1946)
Stanislaws George KLICH (b. 6 Feb 1912 d. 16 Jun 1975)
sp. Jean STANKIEWICZ (b. 26 Jun 1915 d. 6 Jun 1949)
Jerome KLICH (Mar 1940)
Walter Charles KLICH (b. 27 Jun 1913 d. 10 Dec 1980)
sp. Wallie Mae BERK (b. 11 Sep 1914 d. 30 Nov 1989)
Adeline Sophie KLICH (b. 30 Oct 1919)
sp. Henry Stanley SHROKA (b. 11 May 1919 d. 14 Jun 1963)
sp. Raymond Michael OPIELINSKI (b. 26 Aug 1919 d. 14 Oct 1984)
Virginia Josephine KLICH (b. 3 Jul 1927 d. 28 May 1984)
Evelyn Anna KLICH (b. 4 Jan 1931)
John KLICH (b. 30 May 1890 d. Jun 1977)
sp. Andrew KILIAN (b. 19 Jan 1892 d. Aug 1965)
Maybe somebody out there can help. Thanks,
Dan Martschenko (grandson of Walter Charles KLICH)
It must be something with this mysterious name. I am having trouble too! My G-Grandfather was JOHN W KLICH(1874 OR 1879 -1942) His father was WOJEIECH KLICH. This is were I hit the wall. I can't find any other info. However, somethings I have found out may help your search. Marriage certificate for JOHN listed place of birth Austria-Poland. Also, JOHN'S last name spelled KLEICH. JOHN KLICH married JOSEPHINE DROZDOWSKA. Again,her place of birth listed Austria-Poland. I found JOSEPHINE'S brother, THOMAS DROZDOWSKI's marriage certificate, his place of birth was listed as MALITZ, AUSTRIA. My family oral history is that JOHN JOSEPHINE's families knew each other back in the old country. All of the above marriages took place in Reading, Berks County, PA.
My father and his father were also both named John (or Jan)
There were a number of Klich families in the Rzeszow province of Poland, which up to 1916 was a annexed as part of Austria. My grandfather served in the austrian cavalary in WW I.
Most Klich's that I have heard from are Polish, with a sizable number in the Cracow telephone directory.
However there are also Czech, and many German Klich's from the Munich area.
If they came from Poland, I might be able to help.
my grandmother in law is a klich her father is stanley klich born in poland & his wife is rose wroz also born in poland but married in the U.S.. it would be great to know more about the family in poland.
Hi! I'm from Poland but maybe this surname is of Polish origin? :)
Hi I'm from Rzeszow, Poland. Recently I've found somebody from my family who lives far far away from me:) I didn't even know about him but it turned out that his and my grangrandfathers were from one family. The Klich family rulez all over the world:)
My Klich family came from Jaslany (near Mielec in Rzeszow) and I have been able to document a number of other Klich families going back to 1806.
Would be glad to share the information if your family goes back to that area.
My maiden name is Klich my father Jan Klich was born in Wadowice Poland in 1916 and immigrated to Australia in 1950 there are 5 children John, Jadwiga Teresa, Henry and George any information about the Klich family would be appreciated
I notice that it's a while since anyone posted on this forum. The last post was by my husband's aunt. We are searching for any information on Jan Klich and his wife Stanislawa who immigrated here, as Teresa mentioned in 1950. Does anyone know of their parents' names or where I might find the info?
Regards, Claire Klich