Hi dear friend Norbert,
So, you need the family ancestral church and parish, Slownik confirms:
MYSL~OWA, the village located very closely to Podwoloczyska, at the time of living the family in the 19th century (records from abt 1880) this Mysl~owa counted: 247 Roman Catholics, 324 Greek Catholics, and 13 Hebrews, the church & parish for Roman Catholics was Kaczanowka, for Greek Catholics was Staromiejszczyzna, for Hebrews was possibly nearly located Podwoloczyska.
I see Mormons in Salt Lake City fortunately microfilmed this Kaczanowka and Staromiejszczyzna from Polish and Ukrainian archives, and have:
Kaczanowka RC 1784-1899: https://familysearch.org/Eng/Library/fhlcatalog/printing/titledetailsprint.asp?titleno=234892
Kaczanowka GC 1835-1917: https://familysearch.org/Eng/Library/fhlcatalog/printing/titledetailsprint.asp?titleno=837876
And Staromiejszczyzna GC 1835-1865:
According to Polish historical sources the Poles from this Mysl~owa after the WWII have been forced to abandon their homes, and most inhabitants were moved to Giebultow, Lower Silesia, SW Poland, gained from Germany after WWII Jalta Pact.
I've checked this present-day village Giebultow/local area with Polish censuses 1990/2002 and old Polish white pages, and see small traces:
In nearly located in NE the small town of Gryfin Slaski I see 3 (three) three families surnamed Musial~:
1. Alicja Musial~, Gryfin Slaski, Poland
2. Dariusz Musial~, Gryfin Slaski, Poland
3. Jozef Musial~, Gryfin Slaski, Poland
In nearly located in SW the small town of Swieradow Zdroj I see 2 (two) families surnamed Musial~:
4. Anna Musial~, Swieradow Zdroj, Poland
5. Ryszard Musial~, Swieradow Zdroj, Poland
Hope this would be useful,
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