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My grandmother's maiden name was ANDRZYCKI. Her father's name was Johann and her mother's name was Anna nee THORACK. They lived in the Wanne-Eickel, Herne area of Germany. Before that I am linking them to Poland due to the name itself, the fact they were a coal mining family and had ties to Katowice, Poland etc. From there I don't know yet.

The surname is very rare! Not even the honourable Fred Hoffmann, surname expert, could figure it out!

By accident found one Joseph Andrzycki in the Poznan Project marriage database. But it's an isolated tidbit.

I need help! Have you heard of this surname? Have you ever seen it in research pertaining to a Slavik country? Russia? Anything?

Thanks so much, Mona

PS The same is happening for Anna Thorack my great grandmother, very unusual last name...

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on 2010-03-09 00:04:56

Moka , from Vancouver Island, BC, has been a Family Tree Circles member since Jan 1970. is researching the following names: ANDRZYCKI, WOLFERT, SAENGER and 3 other(s).

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by allycat on 2010-03-09 02:08:20

Try these sites to continue your research:-

RootsChat register as a new user, free site, post lookup requests in childboard 'Research in other countries' read their immigrants and emigrants etc.

The Surname Navigator apowerful genealogy search engine looking through multiple databases simultaneously.

I appreciate there is now an ANDRYZYCKI Family Genealogy Forum, but have you ever searched through pertinent country boards for the surname?

And have you got your family tree online anywhere?


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