Family SZYMAŃSKI/LEER - Milwaukee - Children 1890/1909
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Stanisław Stanisława John Anna Frank Mary Anton Vincent Joseph Aloysius Rose Irene
Stanisław SZYMAŃSKI Stanisława SZYMAŃSKI John SZYMAŃSKI Anna SZYMAŃSKI Frank SZYMAŃSKI Mary SZYMAŃSKI Anton SZYMAŃSKI Vincent SZYMAŃSKI Joseph SZYMAŃSKI Aloysius SZYMAŃSKI Rose SZYMAŃSKI Irene SZYMAŃSKI
1890-1899 1891-1972 1893-1955 1894-1958 1896-1953 1897-1965 1900-1956 1902-1915 1904-1969 1906-1967 1908-1999 1909-1933
Name of Spouse
Zeske/Fornalski Glaszczak Czerwinski Tomczak Rzyski Beyer Unknow ?/Antoniewicz Bobber Bartkowiak
Parents
Father Mother
Jan SZYMAŃSKI Franciszka LEER
Jan (John) SZYMAŃSKI Franciszka (Frances) LEER
1863-19?? 1867-1935
Chojnica Church, today Chojnica Church, later
In 1898 the village became a training ground for the Prussian army, extended to Biedrusko, Knyszyn, Trzuskotowo in 1904.
Glinno, Glinienko, Lagiewniki, Okolewo, Janowo, Lysy Mlyn were incorporated into the German artillery training camp. The inhabitants were displaced
About Chojnica Click here To Understand (in Polish)
Other family members in this region, most likely Leer, have immigrated.
    Wednesday, November 22, 2017     Polish Name day : Cecylia, Jonatan, Stefan