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1. Title:   Civil register of births for Miedzna Civil register of deaths for Warsaw Gravestones on the Northern Cemetery in Warsaw Okreg Siedlecki 1942-1944. Z walk PPR, GL i AL.
Note:   Note that the inscriptions on gravestones typically do not contain information on the place o Text written in Polish. Contains essays of people living in the times of the military action
Publication:   Inscriptions on gravestones on the Northern Cemetery (Cmentarz Pólnocny) in Warsaw, Poland. Text written in Polish. Wydawnictwo Ministerstwa Obrony Narodowej, Warszawa 1977 Wydawnictwo Ministerstwa Obrony Narodowej, Warszawa 1977
Source:   S8
Author:   Civil register office (USC) Miedzna Civil Register Office (USC) in Warsaw undefined undefined
Address:   (Urzad Stanu Cywilnego Miedzna) ul. 11 Listopada 4 07-106 Miedzna Poland (Urzad Stanu Cywilnego m.st. Warszawy) ul. Falecka 10 02-547 Warszawa Poland (Cmentarz Pólnocny w Warszawie) Wólka Weglowa, Warsaw Poland E-mail address: botev@botev.pl
Phone:   +48 (25) 691-83-26
Givenname:   USC Miedzna USC m. st. Warszawy Northern Cemetery in Warsaw Radoslaw Botev
RepositoryId:   REPO5 REPO15 REPO16 REPO7
Name:   USC Miedzna USC m. st. Warszawy Northern Cemetery in Warsaw Radoslaw Botev
Note continued:   f death. For older generations, the place of last residence or the place of birth has been assumed as death place - in instances, where the inscription is the only source available, such assumptions have been marked as unverified. For newer generations, no place of death is given in such cases, as it is more likely that the persons died in a hospital outside the place of residence. s of Polish forces in WWII in the region of Siedlce. The source also contains some biographical data of people who died in the heat of war in that area. Published in 1977.
2. Page:   166/1920
Source:   S6
3. Page:   III/3137/2004
Source:   S7
4. Source:   S18
5. Page:   447
Source:   S8
6. Title:   Okreg Siedlecki 1942-1944. Z walk PPR, GL i AL. Civil register of marriages for Miedzna
Page:   29/1940
Note:   Text written in Polish. Contains essays of people living in the times of the military action
Publication:   Wydawnictwo Ministerstwa Obrony Narodowej, Warszawa 1977 undefined undefined
Source:   S50
Author:   Civil register office (USC) Miedzna
RepositoryId:   REPO7 REPO5
Name:   Radoslaw Botev USC Miedzna
Address:   E-mail address: botev@botev.pl (Urzad Stanu Cywilnego Miedzna) ul. 11 Listopada 4 07-106 Miedzna Poland
Givenname:   Radoslaw Botev USC Miedzna
Phone:   +48 (25) 691-83-26
Note continued:   s of Polish forces in WWII in the region of Siedlce. The source also contains some biographical data of people who died in the heat of war in that area. Published in 1977.
7. Title:   Civil register of marriages for Warszawa-Mokotów
Page:   V/914/1950
Note:   Now reposited in the Civil Register Office of the capital city of Warsaw (USC m.st. Warszawy)
Source:   S25
Author:   Civil Register Office (USC) in Warsaw-Mokotów
RepositoryId:   REPO15
Name:   USC m. st. Warszawy
Address:   (Urzad Stanu Cywilnego m.st. Warszawy) ul. Falecka 10 02-547 Warszawa Poland
Givenname:   USC m. st. Warszawy
Note continued:   .

Notes
a. Continued:   BIOGRAPHY: Born in the small town of Miedzna, today in east-central Poland, she was a farmer's child. In the pre-war time she was a Communist activist and met her first husband Edward Tarnowski when preparing the defenses in the first days of WWII. She married him in 1940 and soon bore a son in Przezdziatka in the district of Sokolów Podlaski. When the Gestapo came to arrest Edward, she left their son at her parents in Miedzna and joined her husband at organizing many successful guerrila raids. At the end of World War II, her husband was murdered in the Pawiak Prison in Warsaw. Poor living conditions in Miedzna after the war made her move to Warsaw, where she subsequently worked in a confectionary. Later, thanks to her background in the Army, she started a carrier in the Ministry for Domestic Affairs, finally reaching the posision of the department chief and being awarded the rank of Lt. Colonel. It was in the Ministery for Domestic Affairs, where she met her second husband Mieczyslaw Glanc. See also the notes for her husbad Edward Tarnowski.


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