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WROBELS IN POLAND

WROBELS IN POLAND

Ryan Baron (View posts)
Posted: 1 Nov 2002 3:38PM GMT
Classification: Query
Just thought I would let everybody know i have a large collection of information on Wrobels born from 1820-1870 in the Opole area of Poland. If you have names, let me know and I will look them up for you.
Good Luck
Ryan Baron

Re: WROBELS IN POLAND

Posted: 12 Jun 2003 1:19PM GMT
Classification: Query
Hallo i am German and i have the most of my ancestors with the name of Wrobel.
Caroline Wrobel(Pawloski)
Friedrich Wrobel(Spouse) born 30. Jun 1844 in Uklauken
The PArents of Friedrich:
Christoph Wrobel
Marie Wrobel (Christian name Iwan).
Their Child:
Augsut Wrubbel born 16.Okt 1874

Do you have also the name of Wrobbel,Wrubel, Wrubbel.
Please reply on my E-Mail directly: Armin.Dworack@t-online.de

Re: WROBELS IN POLAND

Barbara J. Michel (View posts)
Posted: 9 May 2005 1:12PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 10 May 2005 10:49AM GMT
Surnames: Wrobel, kowoll
In searching for my ancestors I found your entry connected to the name „Wrobel“. My great-grandmother´s name was Wrobel but I practically know nothing about her and this part of the family!
I´ll add the few data I know and would be very happy if it matches by chance some of your records:
M grandmother was Anna Katharina Kowoll (married to Rudolf Michel).
Her mother´s name was Katharina Anastasia Wrobel (married to ? Kowoll), born 14.04.1868 in Eichenau (?) somewhere close to Katowice (Poland). Her parents were Martin and Agnes Wrobel, (maidenname Stalmach).

I´m looking forward to hearing from you!
Thanks in advance!

Barbara J. Michel
Vienna, Austria
please reply also to: b.j.michel@web.de

Re: WROBELS IN POLAND

Posted: 16 Mar 2007 10:07PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Wrobel, Krzyzowski
Have gg grandmother, Marianne Wrobel m Jan Krzyzowski in Poland (Krzyzowa?). Had a son Karol Krzyowski born Dec. 1881. This is all I know on this part of my family. If you have any information it would be greatly appreciated.

Re: WROBELS IN POLAND

Posted: 1 Apr 2007 9:19PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: wrobel
i have a pile of marianne wrobels born in the czarnowasy diocese. this includes frauendorf, borek, biadiez, etc. if she was born in this region, i likely have her baptism record.

Re: WROBELS IN POLAND

Posted: 27 Apr 2007 3:55AM GMT
Classification: Query
do you think they came from the town of krzyzowa? that is a town south of Zywiec . my ancestors kowal and makinia came from the nearby towns of jelesnia and przyborow. make sure you check the ellisisland.org and the polandgenweb sites and the mormon microfilms.

Re: WROBELS IN POLAND

Posted: 30 Apr 2007 3:34PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Wrobel, Krzyzowski
I know that they both were born in Krzyzowa, Poland and died there. The only other information that I have is about their son, my great grandfather, that was also born in Krzyzowa and came over with his soon to be wife around 1902. Have checked on all the Polish sites for any little thread on both Marianne Wrobel & Jan Krzyzowski but have found nothing. Thank you all for your input.

Re: WROBELS IN POLAND

Posted: 30 Apr 2007 3:36PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Wrobel, Krzyzowski
Have no clue on the diocese. Thank you for responding.

Re: WROBELS IN POLAND

Posted: 17 Jul 2007 3:47PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: wrobel, ogar
Hi Ryan
Does the information you have cover Tarnow Diocese ? My ggrandfather Jan (Joannes)DOB July 20, 1892 born in Doly, parents Jan & Maria (Ogar).

Re: WROBELS IN POLAND

Posted: 21 Jan 2008 9:55PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: wrobel, patyra
Hi Ryan, just came accross your note on the wrobels. My Grandfather Anthony ( Engish ) came ot america in the time frame of 1870 1880. He married my Grandmother named Marcianna Patyra after she arrived a few years after him. From the old folks, it is believed that they were back yard neighbors in Poland.

We do not know the port of entry or what part of Poland they came from. Records are scarce and even the church records in the Catholic Church.

My grand parents were instrumental in the start of the Polish National Church, as it started in our Town of Dickson City, which was Priceburg Pa at that time, later merging in to Dickson City.

The home that my grandfather built, was a very large home and he was a miner by trade. It was the 4th home built in Priceburg Pa and was built before the turn of the century.

I, was the last and youngest of the family to live and be raised in that home.

If you have any info that might be useful, please e mail me or reply with it and it would be apprecited. I am one of seven grandchildren from Albert and Mary Wrobel and they were the first generation born in America. We have no clue of port of entry right now as we believe that Grampa Anthony's entry date may pre date Ellis Island.

Thank you

Andrew P. Wrobel
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