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Re: Surname: Broskley/Brackley, Chynow-ChynowIE
Posted by: jerry choinska (ID *****5836) Date: November 30, 2012 at 10:22:27
In Reply to: Surname: Broskley, possibly Chynow or Ciechanow by Patricia Shirock of 56479

At 5438 1801 in Wejhorowo powiat/county,once Kreis Neustadt,
or Laurenburg, GDANSK province/wojwodzwu!! Several nearby
villages do have "civil records" but they only cover a few
years in late 1800's. The LDS has filmed RC records 1738-1914 for 4 miles East town of GORA, 5438 1807, which may be of interest!! Stanley may have been in the US Army during or
just after WW I, as per based in Plattsburg,NY.He also seems
to have settled in PA,WV, OH(buried there)! His son,Stanley Roman Jr. may have been in Texas! Finally, surname-Broskley
doesn't show up in Rymut's <herby.com.pl/herby> nor in
<moikrewni.pl>, sooo..name may have been slightly different
such as Brack ley, ly etc!!Have tried <Ancestry.com> @ your
local library?? "POWODZENIA, pani!!!"


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