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Entry for [[wikipedia:Święte,_Grudziądz_County|Święte]] (or Schwenten), which is the town where my great-great grandparents were married and some of their family had lived.
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Here are the links that were mentioned in our meetings:
  
Święte is currently located in the administrative district of Gmina Łasin, within Grudziądz County, Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship, in north-central Poland.
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==General==
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* [https://docs.google.com/open?id=0Bzt_d-8_8KZeUHI5OEJWSl9TbGF5QVJhaDFCVEsyQQ Films Currently at the Hales Corners Family History Library] as of 10/14/2010 - Google Docs Link
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* [http://www.pgsa.org/store/cart.php?target=product&product_id=281&category_id=57 Judith Frazin book on Polish Jewish Genealogy]
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* [http://worldnames.publicprofiler.org/ WorldNames] - The maps, tables and information presented about names on this website are derived from the analysis of large databases of name records across the world.
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* [http://lists.rootsweb.ancestry.com/index/intl/POL/POLISH-SURNAMES.html Polish Surnames Mailing List]
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* [http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~thecohens/resources.html The Cohens] (Jewish Genealogy)
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* [http://stevemorse.org/ SteveMorse.org] - many helpful genealogy search forms and information
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* [http://www.typeit.org/ TypeIt] - This is the easiest way found to do alphabetic characters for foreign languages
  
==Translation<ref>Słownik Geograficzny Krolestwa Polskiego – Warsaw [1895, vol. 11, p.694-695]. Retrieved from http://dir.icm.edu.pl/pl/Slownik_geograficzny/Tom_XI/694 on 8 Nov 2011 and 5 Nov 2014.</ref>==
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==United States==
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* [http://www.dynastree.com/maps Dynastree Maps] - Distribution of a name in the US
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* [http://stevemorse.org/census/changes.html Street Address changes] in many cities across the US, including [http://stevemorse.org/census/changes/MilwaukeeChanges0.htm '''Milwaukee''']
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===Wisconsin===
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* [http://francinesfamilyhistory.com/ Francines Family History Page] - Here is a site that has a lot of transcribed Polish records, people who settled in Minnesota and Wisconsin
  
Święte, In German: Schwenten, documented as: Swenten, Hennyngesdorff, Hennigisdorf, Henningisdorg, Svente, and in about 1400 Heiligsdorf, Hoenigsdorf, a knightly estate with a Catholic parish church, Grudziądz district, post office at Goczałki (about 2.5km), together with rectory (3 houses, 52 inhabitants), 605 hectares  (457 under cultivation, 40 meadow, 8 forest); in 1885 14 houses, 40 homes, 231 inhabitants (177 Catholic, 54 Evangelical Protestant). School with 3 simultaneous classes (220 students and 2 teachers). Church building called by [http://www.zalewskifamily.net/2011/11/11/parish-of-st-barbara the name of Saint Barbary], private patronage; In 1867 the parish (Deanery of Lasin) had 1150 souls, and in 1889: 1347. The composition of the parish includes: Święte, Huta, Kozlowo, Krzywki, Lessenwalde, Nowy Folwark, Waldówko, Szalasy, Babki, Dohnastaedt, Goczałki, Osówko, Tymawa, M. Tymawa, Bellingswalde, Goryn, Kisielice, Spikora, Waldowo, Sobiewola and Limza.
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====Milwaukee====
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* [http://www4.uwm.edu/libraries/digilib/Milwaukee/records/maps.cfm Milwaukee Neighborhood Maps]
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* [http://oldmilwaukee.net/guide.php Milwaukee Street Guide]
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* [http://www.linkstothepast.com/milwaukee/1931mkestreets.php Milwaukee Street Re-Numbering Info]
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* [http://www.jsonline.com/historicarchive/ Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Archives] - if you search by date the archives will allow you to search either the Milwaukee Journal (1884-1995), the Milwaukee Sentinel (1909-1995), or the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (1995-2007)
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*# [http://www.zalewskifamily.net/2011/03/03/tip-searching-milwaukee-newspapers A small post Brian wrote on this]
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* [http://www4.uwm.edu/libraries/digilib/sanborn/ Digital Sanborn Maps of Milwaukee - 1894 and 1910] - You can look at the maps and find the exact location of a house before the address overhaul in 1931, among other neat things.
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* [http://milwaukeepolonia.blogspot.com/ Milwaukee Polonia Project] - Linking the Polish-American Families of Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
  
Święte already existed before [[wikipedia:Crusades#13th_century|the arrival of the Crusaders]] and, according to the legend, took its name from here, the locals, as zealous Christians, suffered martyrdom at the hands of the Gentiles. When the Crusaders on the court originally founded a new village here, the court removed its ancient name and took from his judge Henning, the name of Hennyngesdorf. But the name was not accepted by the people (refer to Ketrzynski “The Nation of Poland”, str. 98). Therefore, during the time of [[wikipedia:Paul_von_Rusdorf|Pawla of Russdorf (1422-1441)]] returned the name of Święte.
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====Portage County====
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* [http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~wispags/resources/vital-stats.html Stevens Point Area Vital Records]
  
For the first time in 1314 it mentions Karl von Trier, issued a city charter for Łasin. In 1366, Winrich von Kniprode updated the city charter, having a cover with peat bog 101 wlók and 11 morg boundaries to account for: Waldowo, Szonowo, Lasin and Rogozno. The mayor has 7 włóka ''(ed: regarded as a “full–sized farm,” one big enough to provide a living)'' free for Chelmno law and collects 1/3 of court fines, 2/3 the law. The pastor has 6 free wlók; the rest of the inhabitants of the wlók are almost all inherited as part of Chelmno, however, every year on the day of Saint Martin to levy rent half of the fine and 2 hens. If he showed more or less wlók, this applies to it and rent. Dan Rogoźno, who was komturship ''(ed: a rank within military orders, especially the Teutonic Knights)'', or aldermanship, owned Święte.
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==Europe==
  
In 1369, the Mayor gives Jan Rogozinski AKA Wichholz, village leader in Hennyngsdorf, 13 1/2 morgs in the woods in addition to the orchards. In 1376, Jeske von Swenten occured, Jaśko ze Świętego (Ketrz., 1 c., 124).
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* [http://www.eegsociety.org/ Eastern European Genealogical Society] | [http://www.facebook.com/pages/East-European-Genealogical-Society/155052604506503 Facebook Page]
In 1414, loss of the [[wikipedia:Hunger_War|Teutonic Knights’ Hunger War]], the village suffered 2226 grzy [monetary unit] worth of damage, also 3 people were killed.
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The rent book from the year 1435 shows 99 wlók, the Mayor of whom has 7, and parish has 6; rents were 88, also an inn. In the year 1442 there were 101 wlók; 7 for the Mayor, 6 parish priest, 22 empty.
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===Poland===
In the year 1454, there is Jocusch von Swenten, Jakusz ze Świętego (Kętrz., 1 c.).
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* [http://www.polishroots.org/ PolishRoots.org]
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* [http://www.avotaynu.com/ Avotanyu] - the leading publisher of products of interest to persons who are researching Jewish genealogy, Jewish family trees or Jewish roots.
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* [http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~polwgw/polandgen.html Poland GenWeb]
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* [http://www.halgal.com/ Genealogy of Halychyna/Eastern Galicia]
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* [http://www.geneachristol.fr/Pologne/Archiwa_Diecezjalne.html Catholic Diocese's in Poland] - the map includes links that will take you to the Dioceses' websites
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* [http://www.archiwa.gov.pl/en/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=382&catid=110&Itemid=183 Map of the State Archives in Poland] - for reference purposes
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* [http://polishroots.org/GenDobry/tabid/60/Default.aspx Gen Dobry!] - the e-zine of PolishRoots
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* [http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~polwgw/namelist.html Common Polish First Names] - There was some discussion of naming patterns for Polish children.  Children tended to be named after the saint whose feast day was closest to the day they were born. Here's a website that covers that issue.
  
In the year 1599, Święte acquires Wałdówko from the widow of Starosta of Radzyń, Hugonie Dabrowskim, Katarzyna of Dzialynskich from the heirs after Mik. Kostce de Szembek.
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====Maps/Geoegraphy====
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* [http://www.kartenmeister.com Kartenmeister] - contains 91,024 locations with over 38,691 name changes once, and 5,500 twice and more. Included in this database are the following provinces: Eastprussia, including Memel, Westprussia, Brandenburg, Posen, Pomerania, and Silesia. It currently list most towns or points, points being: Mills, some bridges, battlefields, named trees, cenotaphs etc.
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* [http://igrek.amzp.pl/mapindex.php?cat=WIG100 Map links of Poland]
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* [http://stephendanko.com/blog/?s=administrative Steve Danko's blog] (administrative district history of Russian Poland)
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* [http://dir.icm.edu.pl/pl/?find_in=fulltext&volume_id=1&find_text=kamieniec&search_volume=all&x=0&y=0 Slownik Geograficzny] (descriptions and historical information of lands of Poland)
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** [http://www.avotaynu.com/slownik.htm Translation Guide]
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** [http://www.polishroots.org/GeographyMaps/S%C5%82ownikGeograficzny/tabid/61/Default.aspx List of translated entries]
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* [http://www.moikrewni.pl/mapa/ moikrewni.pl] - Want to know how widespread your surname is in Poland?
  
Around 1667, Jan Dabrowski held the lands that his father Feliks had held previously. A visitor found a demolished church, does not know whether it was the only parish or chapel; claimed it was a brick foundation. By the lake lay a cemetery. It was said that the church had the title of Saint Barbara and that the parish had four wlók but no one knew how to mark their boundaries. On the spot of the church a cross stood tall (refer to p. 489). Already at that time the wlók was converted into a rural manor. According to the fees paid to Święte in 1722, 12 grzy [monetary unit] by the heir of Kozlowski, who pledged for so long to use the land for a parish rectory in Łasin to pay 60 florians annually by his son Waclaw Kozlowski, heir to Święte and Goczalkach. Asked the bishop of the parish to give to him 4 wlók , partly overgrown chróstem. The church was set up in 1736 and a stone wall was erected for the Prussian rectory by the first priest, Adempski, whom was installed in the year 1733.
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====Records====
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* [https://docs.google.com/open?id=1-1E8ov1FbPlm_lvt1nJJx-a6eMdUeJ7It00SAlMEy7oIPIxzUSsytkwFhdYK Stanley Frymark's latest list of parishes filmed in the Pomorskie area of Poland] (around Gdansk) <em>Google Docs Link</em>
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* [http://www.ksiegi-parafialne.pl/ Ksiegi parafialne] ("Parish Books" in English)
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*# [http://polishamericangenealogy.blogspot.com/2009/06/index-of-indexes.html Site summary posted on Al's blog]
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* [http://polishorigins.com/document/home_page PolishOrigins.com]
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* [http://www.genoroots.com/eng/prussianarmy.php The Prussian Army Project] - The "Deutsche Verlustlisten" is a searchable database of the Prussian Army personnel losses.
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* [https://www.familysearch.org/search/collection/show#uri=http://www.familysearch.org/searchapi/search/collection/1874205 FamilySearch - Online Germany, Pomerania Church Records, 1544-1945] - Evangelical Lutheran and Roman Catholic church records and transcripts for a portion of historic Pomerania now split between Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany and Szczecin, Poland. Includes births, marriages, and death records.
  
After Kozłowski took over the lands in about the year 1741, the local judge of Chelmno Adam Kosowski took possession of the land. He is sued and replaced and put on trial for the rest of the parish wlók and won it, such that it once again included the rectory’s 6 wlók valued as a charter of the Teutonic Order in the year 1366, for the parish. It was then 6 wlók in the Swiete field, 8 in Krzywce, 6 in Wałdówku, 2 in Józefów, in addition to five homesteads in Lessenwalde.
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====Indexing/Transcribing====
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* [http://www.ptg.gda.pl/ PTG Pomeranian Genealogical Society] (North Western Poland)
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* [http://geneteka.genealodzy.pl/ Geneteka] (all of Poland)
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*# [http://polishamericangenealogy.blogspot.com/2009/08/indexing-project-geneteka-summary.html Translation and Navigation Guide that Al created]
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* [http://www.przodkowie.com/metryki/en.php Index of Polish marriages until 1899] (various areas of Poland)
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* [http://poznan-project.psnc.pl/ Poznan Project] (area around Poznan)
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* [http://basia.famula.pl/ Basia] (area south of Poznan)
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* [http://www.sggee.org/research/parishes/lublin_records/lublinsearchinstruct.html Lublin Project] (area around Lublin)
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* [http://www.sztetl.org.pl/en/ Virtual Shtetl] - devoted to the Jewish history of Poland
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* [http://www.jewishgen.org/Communities/ JewishGen] - The JewishGen Communities Database and JewishGen Gazetteer
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* [http://www.genteam.at/ GenTeam] - is an organization of genealogists or historians who produce databases on their own or as a part of a group, and who offer these databases to all researchers without any fee, only a simple registration is required. There are more than 4.6 million records, with more than 5 Million individuals.
  
In the year 1777 belonging to the local key: Święte , Huta, Kozlowo, Krzywka and Waldówko, 89 wlók total 6 1/2 morgs, between 20 morgs that of meadows, 20 wlok forest, a vegetable garden and fruit by 3 morgs, lake by 9 morgs, bordering wilderness of a wlók and 24 morgs, an inn, windmill, in addition to orchards, the right to hunting, brewing beer and patronage of the church. Święte itself included 57 wlok and 6 1/2 acres and brought in, together with the forest and garden, 596 talar 88 grzywny net profit.
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====Researchers====
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* [http://www.ipgs.us/iwonad/iwona.html Iwona Dakiniewicz]
  
In year 1786 Franciszek Leski owned Święte and the colony of (the same name) Święte. The same was purchased by them subhasty Karol Ferdynand of Gersdorff for 20,200 talar (refer to Gesch. d. Graud. Kr. v. Froehlich, str. 308—311). Ks. Fr.
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===Germany===
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* [http://script.byu.edu/german/en/welcome.aspx Reading German script] - Brigham Young University has an online tutorial for reading German script.
  
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===Austria===
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* [http://contentdm.lib.byu.edu/cdm/compoundobject/collection/FHSS/id/36852 Austrian Galician gazetteer]
  
[[Category:Slownik Geograficzny]]
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===Russia===
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* [http://www.telspravka.com/cities.php Russian and Ukrainian phone directories] - "Телефонные справочники" for Russian directories and "телефонний довідник" for Ukrainian.
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==North America==
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* [http://www.pgsa.org/ Polish Genealogical Society of America]
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* [http://www.ka-na.org/ KANA (Kashubian Association of North America)]
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===Canada===
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* [http://www.wilno.org/index.html Wilno, Canada Kashubs]
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* [http://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/databases/naturalization-1915-1932/index-e.html Online Database of Canadian Naturalization 1915–1951] - Library and Archives Canada (LAC) has released a new version of the nominal index with the addition of more than 91,000 names that now covers the years from 1915 to 1936, inclusively.  Work is ongoing to extend the nominal index to 1951
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==MAPRG Member's Sites==
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* [http://polishamericangenealogy.blogspot.com/ Al's Polish American Genealogy] - (Al Wierzba)
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* [http://www.zalewskifamily.net/ Zalewski Family Genealogy] - (Brian Zalewski)

Revision as of 13:25, 27 January 2016

Here are the links that were mentioned in our meetings:

General

United States

Wisconsin

Milwaukee

Portage County

Europe

Poland

Maps/Geoegraphy

  • Kartenmeister - contains 91,024 locations with over 38,691 name changes once, and 5,500 twice and more. Included in this database are the following provinces: Eastprussia, including Memel, Westprussia, Brandenburg, Posen, Pomerania, and Silesia. It currently list most towns or points, points being: Mills, some bridges, battlefields, named trees, cenotaphs etc.
  • Map links of Poland
  • Steve Danko's blog (administrative district history of Russian Poland)
  • Slownik Geograficzny (descriptions and historical information of lands of Poland)
  • moikrewni.pl - Want to know how widespread your surname is in Poland?

Records

Indexing/Transcribing

Researchers

Germany

Austria

Russia

North America

Canada


MAPRG Member's Sites