Dear friend Norbert,
Having the very limited time in winter 2008/9, I want to give you my full help, highly estimating your many years help giving to others, dziekuje!!!!:
I. Not POLAJEWEK ("kujawsko-pomorskie"), but seems the correct family place is POLAJEWO (near "wielkopolskie").
II. The full translation of this very interesting genealogical document, inlcuding many very important information:
"Polajewo. It has happened in Polajewo on the 6th of March, 1848, we hereby announce that in the presence of the witnesses Joachim Panka, the father of the newmarried woman, the farmer from Polajewo, aged 50 years, and Jozef Lisicki, also the farmer from Polajewo, aged 58 years, the religious marriage has been taken between Jako~b Chojnacki, the farmer from Polajewo, a catholic, aged 26 years, the widower after his wife Joanna Chojnacka died in Polajewo, going from his parents Blazej and Antonina Chojnacki ; and Magdalena Panka, aged 26 years, born in Marcinki of the Grand Duchy of Poznan, from her father Joachim Panka living in Polajewo, and her mother Zofia Panka nee family Mieczkowski, died in Marcinki.
This marriage was preceded by three bans, on the 20th, 27th of February, and the 6th of March of the current year, at the church in Polajewo.
(rest: standard sentences on the marriage record)
Signed by priest St. Bukowski"
Very old Polish/Prussian village, in the 19th/beg 20th c under Prussia/Germany rules, counts now in 2008 Poland abt 2,000 inhabitants, and here is the wonderful Christmas gift from 2008 Poland ph directories: In this POLAJEWO is still living the only family CHOJNACKI:
# Elzbieta Chojnacka, Polajewo, Poland, ph.no: +67 2567336
Cordially invite all from the U.S. to visit this immigrants family beloved homeland, the place of their birth and childhood, and the family cradle of all their ancestors from Poland:
I. This Polajewo on detailed map, located in 29 miles north of Poznan:
II. This Polajewo village map, poiting out the church:
III. This Polajewo's with Polish Wikipedia:
IV. From this Polajewo's website - you can see the family ancestral big village, RC family church constructed in the 16th century, and local cemetery, all village from air:
Sorry any fast errors.
Good luck dear Norbert in your search and life.
Happy New 2009 Year to you and all yours,
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