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NOTE:Dziemborski, Korpulenki, Struzinski, Zdemboroki
Posted by: jerry choinska (ID *****5836) Date: November 26, 2012 at 12:35:32
In Reply to: Zdziemborski, Korpulinski, Lisowska, Stuchlinska by M C of 56479

PLUS Krajeski, Krajewski, Szatkowska,show up in <stevemorse.
org> 's "gold page lookup" putting in "Krajewice" town and
limiting lookup to "Polish & Russian" towns. NOTE the spell-
ings of the 4 surnames above!! Using <shtetlseeker gazateer>
put in "Krajewice",then click on either the "Male" or "Duze"
town that comes up. Also, to get a lising of towns/villages
WITHIN 10 miles, click on the "circled dot" way to the right
and get a LDS/FamilySearchCatalog-searchplace LISTOUT to find if nearby churches(say within 5 miles-walking distance
to nearby church/es where these folks may have attended! I'd
guess the big towns of Sierpc & Zawidz would be your best
candidates as today(per <>) show there's 4 &
3 RC churches in those towns + convents/monasteries!! AND,
most important there are some as old as 1100,1368,1379,1400!
You gave simpy info and you'll have your work cut out for you but the surnames were probably spelled several different
ways, as <>..Rymuts db shows fairly small
numbers in his 1990 db. I'd guess <> would show
similar numbers. Rymut's site allows to use the * as "*emborsk*, and Kor*sk*, and St*insk*, and Lisow*.. to
start. <> is more current,BUT..NO * can be used,
spelling lookup MUST be exact in Polish/English alpabet!

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