Re: Need help in Poland - better info this time! + Happy virtual tour to Poland!
With this better info we can tell you, for your Family Immigration History Book:
Chudzynek, located in the Masovia central Poland, noted from the 16th century, Polish historical sources confirm:
"Slownik Historyczny Ziem Polskich Sredniowiecza" - The Historical Directory of the Polish Land in the Middle Ages":
1531 - noted as Chydzyno Minor (a little Chudzynek), the Noble village, the owner: Mikolaj, in this Chydzynek was located a wind-mill leased yearly.
"Slownik Geograficzny Krolestwa Polskiego" - The Geographical Directory of the Kingdom of Poland":
Chudzynek, Chydzynko - pow. (county) Plock, gm. (community) Majki, parish Leg, according to 1822 census in this Chudzynek were 8 homes and 81 inhabitants, acc to 1872 census there were 10 homes and 65 inhabitants.
- From this historical note you have the most important confirmation of your families Jaroszewski and Cybulski's ancestral parish, it was Leg.
Some other historical sources tell that surname Jaroszewski could derive from the nearly located place Jaroszewo, where the family cradle might be located from the Middle Ages, having the Polish Szlachta - Noble roots.
From a/m sources you can note and preserve many info you can collected with web:
I. Your Chudzynek with Polish Wikipedia:
II. Your family ancestral province, tradition, culture and heritage was Mazowsze - Masovia:
III. Your family ancestral parish and holy church, where the family members were baptized, married, and burried in the local cemetery located at the church was Leg Probostwo, here is the link with Polish Wikipedia:
Please preserve also the image of your family ancestral church:
IV. The genealogical records in Poland are in the local archive in Plock.
V. Same records you can search with FHL/LDS microfilms that could be ordered by you via your local library from their centre in Salt Lake City, here are microfilms detailed numbers:
As last weblink, here are the family ancestral church image in Leg Masovia province, but below you have also few images of the local lands and monuments:
Happy virtual tour to your Poland!