Tim, this is just so that all your information is accurate:
First of all, there was no "province of Liegnitz".
You have to be aware that just like the U.S. and Australia, Germany, too, has always been made up of STATES.You're talking here about what was until 1945 Germany's largest state by far, PRUSSIA (in German: Preussen, or if written with the German character "scharfes S", Preußen; pronounced: PROY-s'n), the capital of which was the city of BERLIN.(Following German unification in 1871, Berlin became Germany's national capital as well.)Because of its vast size, Prussia was divided into PROVINCES.
The villages of Sabitz and Seebnitz were located in the District (in German: Kreis) of Lüben -- or if written without the "Umlaut" (two dots) over the "u", Lueben -- in what was until 1945 the Prussian province of SILESIA (in German: Schlesien), the provincial capital of which was the city of BRESLAU (now known by the Polish name Wroclaw).The province was Silesia, not Liegnitz.(A "Kreis", abbreviated "Kr.", is, by the way, roughly equivalent to a county.)
I assume that you are aware that following World War II, almost all of Germany lying east of the Rivers Oder and Neisse was given to Poland, eastern Germany's original German inhabitants expelled from their homes under the most horrific of conditions, and eastern Germany then repopulated with Poles from various parts of interior Poland.
As do 99% of people from English-speaking countries who post queries here, you, too, failed to include that piece of information that is probably the most vital in German genealogy:What was the religious denomination of this family?