Greetings to all Wysocki's, from all over the States, although I'm not related to them, I remember only from my childchood that my unlce? was Geogre Pruski from San Diego, California, and it's all I know, I have the only trace in my gallery, in the div with the post stamps collection, see the bottom with an envelope from the US: http://www.narodowa.pl/Znaczki/01/glowy5.htmhttp://www.narodowa.pl/Znaczki/01/glowy5.htm
Interesting is that uncle was visiting Poland in the 1960s, here in Poland were very hard times, uncle proposed my mother that he will take me as 10 y old boy to the US for the rest of my life, but my beloved mother refused, so as you see instead of a good American, I'm trying to be a good Pole :)
Going back to my homework for you:
I. If you have any name hesitation, let's help you with the records from 2008 Poland:
In this 2008 mountain village KROSNICA they are still living the only Si...., Sz...., etc.: Czeslawa Siedlarczyk Jan Siedlarczyk Janusz Siedlarczyk Jozef Siedlarczyk Mieczyslaw Siedlarczyk Ryszard Siedlarczyk Wojciech Siedlarczyk = all signs are giving you the correctness ofyour family name from Poland, it's SIEDLARCZYK.
Btw, I must give you for your FAMILY HISTORY BOOK the few images from your Krosnica, and area (from the webpage of the gmina Kroscienko nad Dunajcem, including your Krosnica), enjoy the beauty of your family homeland:
Re your BEDNARCZYK, and Pielnia, yes, it's possible that part of the family in the 19th century were Lemkos/Rusyns/Ruthenians/..., and then, the family ancestral church and parish was the Greek-Catholic this Pielnia. If yes, we must change the play of the imagnation about the ancestors' life in the 19th century, they were attending every Sunday the gate to this church: