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Re: Is There a Roszce Poland? / Pasko Family
Posted by: arek (ID *****0066) Date: December 17, 2012 at 00:20:54
In Reply to: Is There a Roszce Poland? / Pasko Family by Greg Jakubowski of 56477

99 % I think that Roszce can be today Roszczyce,
because in Kashubian language(język kaszubski - Roszczyce named Rószczëce.

Becouse Poland many time (must) change border, Roszce can stay in today territory Russia, Belarus, Lithuania, Ukraine etc.

Polish language have difficult Grammatik, e.g.:
City: Boston, but
I be in (w) Bostonie,
We go to (do) Bostonu

E.g. born In Roszce, can mean name village “Roszka” or “Roska”. (?)

For Roszczyce, in National Archive in Gdańsk (Archiwum Narodowe w Gdańsku),
ask if they have born records for your ancestors who probably born in Roszczyce, in gmina WIcko, powiat Lębork, województwo Pomorskie.

I found Albert J. Pasko, who born 25 Dec 1885 / 1886 , and died 23 Apr 1944, parents Poul Pasko and Mayt Golow.

He have two years of birth, because if in parish be russian-language priest, they write two dates, One for I say “West Europe Year”, and second “from russian calendar” – they be a different.

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