The birthplace of Karl Schick, Rotysko near Kobylnica Ruska, is unusual for Schick-Family. Its also no typical german settlers village. It was an old village as nearby a German colonie grows with name Fehlbach. But Fehlbach was a catholic village and the churchbooks are mostly lost.
Cieplice is like Hania wrote, further in the north. It was part of the lutherian church in Königsberg, a little German colonie nearby Wola Zarczycka more west on the other side of Lezajks. Only one pastor has to travel around and do all the baptism, burials and marriages. He was poor-paid and there are some years without pastor.
Galician Germans tried to buy houses and country for their children from Polan and Rutherian, but that was not easy, so they lived widely scattered.