Sadow Parish 2010

Sadow Parish 2010

Monday, December 26, 2011

Jarischau/Jaryszow Parish Register Update!

I can't believe it has been over a year since I posted an update on my Jarischau parish reconstruction project.  Just as a reminder and note to new readers, the Jarischau parish was destroyed in WWII.  The priest and 2 nuns were killed at that time and the records destroyed.  This left nothing about any of the people of that parish, which included my Palus and Kalus ancestors.  I have been putting together an excel file of all the information that I can gather myself or through the help of others and now have a list of 3,126 entries of records of Jarischau parish people found in neighboring towns and villages.  Thanks to everyone that helps with the contributions.  This is really getting to be an amazing project.  So I am now updating with the latest names for this parish.  You can contact me if you have questions about your family.  At this time, I am not sure how to post the data I have gathered.  I have sent the information to the current priest and to the Historical society for this town.
With the help of others, I think we probably have a very good idea of the family names in this parish and even many dates and facts to go with them.  So keep letting me know of any Jarischau/Jaryszow information you might have.  Especially interested in tombstone pictures if any are available to you.

Adamek, Albrecht, Augustin,

Bachen, Badura, Bandola, Baron, Bartodziej, Bartsch, Bednarczyk, Bialy, Bienick, Bimerka, Blaszczyk, Bodenaka/Bodynek, Boehmisch, Bonk, Brauer, Brenner, Breyer, Broncel/Bronzel, Brys, Brzoza, Burczek,

Ceglarski, Choletzko, Cholewa, Chwalek, Chwielang, Chwostek, Cichon, Cierlica, Cieslik, Ciomperlik, Cwielong, Czaia, Czapla, Czerner, Czommer,  Czynczek,

Damyslo, Danek, Dattko, David, Diloch, Dlugi, Dombek, Donath, Drabner, Duda, Duk.

Elias, Ertel,

Flasier, Foik, Foreiter, Francke, Friedrich, Freihofer, Frychel, Fuerst,

Gabrys/Gabrisch, Garz, Gasch, Gatner, Gawlik, Gawron, Geier, Geissler Gemula, Giemsa, Giller, Glaga, Glaska, Gluck, Godula, Golba, Golumbek, Gomalla, Gorgosch, Gorylaus, Gorywoda, Gorz, Gowin, Gracza, Gralka, Gratza, Gruenzweig, Grund, Gruska, Grzeschitza, Guller, Gusitzka, Guzic,

Haiter, Halewa, Hatlapa, Hayduk, Hechelski, Heinze, Henkel, Hermasch, Hintz, Hirsch, Hoffmann, Hischer, Holetzko, Holewa,

Ignatzek,

Jabolonka, Jaksik, Janek, Janota, Janysek, Jaraschek, Jarosch, Jasionek, Jaskulla, Jeckel, Jendrysek, Jokiel, Josephowski, Juraschek, Jureczko,

Kaffarnik, Kalisch, Kallus, Kalus, Kaluza, Kaminsky, Kampa, Kampel/Kompel,  Kandziela, Kania, Kansy, Kapinoski, Kapitza, Karkosch, Karmarczyk, Karwal, Kaschtan, Kasiura, Kassner, Kasztan, Kauka, Kawurek, Keller, Kiehnemann, Kiesling, Kilisowski, Klaka, Klemenz/Klemens, Klimek, Klinke, Klyszczowski, Knappik, Knopik, Kohler, Kokoschka, Kolodziej, Komander, Konietzny, Konziola, Kosiolek, Kosub, Kosul, Kotuschka, Kowallik, Kozielek, Kozoll, Kraemer, Kranz, Krause, Krawietz, Kretschmann, Kreyzka, Kroll, Krubasek, Kruczek, Kruppa, Kulanek, Kulas, Kulik, Kulpok, Kupka, Kusch, Kusnia, Kuta,

Laskowitz/Laskawietz, Lesczek, Lippok, Lisson, Lubach, Ludwig, Luskawietz, Lysok,

Macioszek, Madla, Magiera, Magosch, Mainka, Malcherek, Malek, Malina, Mandel, Mandla,  Mandrella, Mantlik, Marek, Masur, Matuschek, Maxelon, Mazalla, Mehlich, Melischka, Melsohn, Merker, Meser/Meyser, Mika, Mikosch, Misch, Miska, Mninch, Moczek, Moczegemba, Moleskon, Mondre, Morawietz, Morcina, Mosler, Mriswein, Mross, Mroczek, Musiol, Myslewczyk,

Najuch, Namyslo, Neipick, Niemietz, Nocon, Nowak, Nowroth/Nawroth,

Oblaczek, Ogara, Opara, Opielka, Osadni(k),

Paczulino, Pazdszior, Paluch, Palus, Pannek,Parusel, Patolla, Patschula, Pawelek, Pawlitzki, Pechan, Peps, Persik, Piela, Pieronzyk, Pisarski, Pischkalla, Pitka, Placzek, Plasa, Pludrzinsky, Pogoda, Polewka, Policzek,  Pollok, Polusik, Posiemsky,  Probanski, Prokscha, Prosk, Pruss, Prusska, Przybila, Pszczelorz, Puchal, Puder,

Ralka, Raszka, Rekus, Richter,  Ringel, Rochel, Rogenna, Rogos, Rombel, Roskosch, Rubin, Rulik, Rychlick, Rygol, Rzepka, Rusniczak,

Sabas, Salbert, Satorka, Scheffczyk, Schegien, Sklorz, Schemrella, Schendzina, Schendzielorz, Schlock, Schmieja, Schmidt, Schmolarek, Schneider, Scholtysek, Scholl, Scholz, Schombier, Schommer/Czommer,  Schoppa, Schwammel, Schweinoach, Schwierz, Schygula, Schyszka, Sczendzina, Siedlaczyk/;Sedlacyk, Sikora, Sitko, Siwy, Skivara, Sklorz, Skorupa, Skowronek, Skrobarczyk, Skrzydlo, Skrzypietz, Sladek, Slapa, Slawik, Smadissa, Smieja, Smolarek, Sokel, Solga, Sonsalla, Sosna, Sotor, Stania, Staroczek, Stengel, Strazyna, Strzeczyk, Suchanek, Suchon, Sullik, Swierzy, Switala, Szcendzina, Szendzielorz, Szizok, Szopa, Szygulla, Szyszka,

Thomala, Tihla, Tkaczik, Tkocz, Tomaszowski,Tschommer, Twardon, Tischbier,

Urbanczyk, Urbanek,

Vogel,
Weber, Weiss, Wieczorek, Wienschol/Wiensgol, Wilk, Wilkowski, Wincek, Wissnik, Wittek, Woyciech, Wolany, Wolny, Woyciech, Wrenczyk, Wrobel, Wrzeiono, Wycisk, Wycislak, Wygas, Wypchol, Wyrwol, Wywias,

Zerschausky, Zicher, Zielzer, Ziffer, Zurek, Zyla/Zylla.

Picture of the Jaryszow Gothic style alter now in the museum of Opole from the 15th century.  Courtesy of Christoph Sottor.

Christoph has sent me many links which I will soon be checking out and hopefully adding to my blog.

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