I appreciate your reply. I was beginning to believe that there were no other Domzalski's out there.I have found out so much more helpful items since that original post...
Michal (Michael-English variation) Domzalski was born October 7, 1860 in Lubawa, Poland.He was the son of Anthony and Katarzyna (Bartkowska) Domzalski both of Lubawa Poland.He immigrated to the United States in 1879.In 1883 or 1884 he sent for his love Marjanna Pieganowski of Lubawa Poland.She was the daughter of John and Mary (Zinuzynski) Pieganowski.She was born in the same town on October 30, 1862.I have found out that when Michael immigrated to the United States he was in New York and spent some time in Pennsylvania and finally made a home in Detroit, Michigan.We have been told that Michael and Mary were married in Detroit, Michigan in 1883. But I haven't sent off for their marriage license yet.
Together they had 9 children with one dying at age 4 -Katarzyna (Katherine).Their first born was Wladyslaw H. (Walter), Bronislaw F. (Bruno), Marianna C. (Mary), Emilija Stanislawa (Stella), Kazimierz A. (Anthony), Boleslaus Michael (Bill) this was my great grandfather, Stanislaws J. (Stanley), and Tadeuez V. (Ted).
Michael was the owner and operator of Domzalski Insurance.He also co-founded the Polish Roman Catholic Association and started the first Polish newspaper for the Detroit Polish Community.
I have since found out the names of Michaels parents but that's about it.I found that from his death certificate.I have recently found the address of the Catholic Church in Lubawa, Poland that I plan to write to see if they would have any information that I can use.However I do not write, speak or read Polish.I have found a site on the internet that gave some basic questions to ask for and the Polish translation for them so we'll see.
I would be interested to see your lines.It's not everyday that you find a Domzalski.You have to admit that it's not as common as Jones, Smith, or Johnson.Please reply and let me know.Maybe we are related somehow.That would be interesting.