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Re: What is Grechowo called today?
Posted by: Eire TwoBee (ID *****4761) Date: December 12, 2012 at 20:41:39
In Reply to: Re: What is Grechowo called today? by arek of 56443

Thank you for your reply.

My wife's great grandfather emigrated to the U.S. in 1910. His name was Leo Janicki. His parents were Tomasz Janicki and Catherine Nawrocni but I think they stayed in Poland.

I found census, birth, and death records on the the family and "Grechowo, Poland" is always mentioned as the birthplace for all three of them. Once it was shown as "Grekowo" but it might have been misspelled.

We're trying to figure out where this village existed and if it is inside the present borders of Poland.


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