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  • #27890
    Ania16
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    Good morning.

    I am looking for ancestors, I am looking for ancestors – I am looking for ancestors. I am looking for ancestors. I am looking for ancestors. I am looking for ancestors

    Thank you for your help.

    I would like to ask if anyone knows where the books of the Rybnik Boguszowice parish are located? I found the indexes on the geneticist

    #27894
    Remigiusz
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    Hello!
    I think, I am looking for ancestors.

    #27905
    Ania16
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    I am looking for ancestors, I am looking for ancestors 1820 – 1874 or 20 I am looking for ancestors 1894. I am looking for ancestors.

    I would like to ask if anyone knows where the books of the Rybnik Boguszowice parish are located? I found the indexes on the geneticist

    #27906
    Alwexis
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    Hello!

    I am looking for ancestors, I am looking for ancestors.

    Unfortunately, the files of the Registry Office from Bieruń are still stored in the local Registry Office, instead of in the archive, so you have to contact them to get a scan of the death certificate.

    #30009
    Margota59
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    Good morning, I'm curious, Did you manage to find information about your ancestors named Żogała, who lived in Bijasowice?
    I also come from the Żogała family from Bijasowice. My great-grandfather, Jakub Żogała, a native of Kostuchna, he married Maria Szopa in Bijasowice 1900 or 1901. They had only one son, Józef (1908). According to my knowledge, at that time it was the only family with this surname living in Bijasowice. This is also confirmed by my mother, née Żogała, ur. in Bijasowice.
    Regards
    Margaret

    #30010
    Ania16
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    Good morning, Mrs. Małgosia.

    This is how I managed to find my ancestors.
    The parents of the aforementioned Maria Żogała were Jan Żogała and Franciszka Bogacka.
    Jan was born in 1858. in Urbanowice, Francis in 1860. also in Urbanowice.
    Jan's parents were Michał Żogała and Anna Klimza.
    When it comes to Michał Żogała, I know only that much, that his father was Walenty, he came from Kostucha and was born around 1830. Unfortunately, I do not know his exact date of birth and mother's name, I also don't know if he had siblings.

    In the tree I also have Jan Żogał, son of Paweł Żogał. Jan married Franciszka Bywalec in 1855. Franciszka Bywalec was Jadwiga Bywalec's sister.
    Jadwiga Bywalec, on the other hand, was the mother of the above-mentioned Franciszka Bogacka.

    It's all a bit swapped 🙂

    I also do not know, unfortunately, if the family of my great-grandmother Maria lived in Bijasowice in the years you mentioned. suspect, that not because my great-grandmother's brother in 1904. he got married in Katowice. They could also live in Urbanowice.

    At the moment I am waiting for an answer from AP Pszczyna, to find out what the names of Michał Żogała's parents were and when my great-great-grandparents died.

    Regards
    Ania

    • This reply was modified 3 months, 4 weeks ago by Ania16.
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    I would like to ask if anyone knows where the books of the Rybnik Boguszowice parish are located? I found the indexes on the geneticist

    #30328
    Ania16
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    Courtesy of a distant relative, who provided me with the death certificate of Michał Żogała, I was able to find out a little more about him.
    Michał was the son of Walenty Żogała and Maria née. Viper. He was born in Kostuchno on September 23, 1830. I have a bit of a problem with the date of death because the act is from 1908. but the content contains the date August 30, 1905. but unfortunately I don't know German to be able to decode what exactly is written in it.

    I would like to ask if anyone knows where the books of the Rybnik Boguszowice parish are located? I found the indexes on the geneticist

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