Title: Liber baptisatorum - Zyrardow, par. MB Pocieszenia (since 1893) Civil register of deaths for Warsaw Gravestones on the cemetery in Zyrardow
Note: Note that the inscriptions on gravestones typically do not contain information on the place o
Publication: Roman-Catholic parish register of christianizings for Zyrardow, MB Pocieszenia parish undefined undefined Inscriptions on gravestones on the cemetery in Zyrardow, Poland. Text written in Polish. Inscriptions on gravestones on the cemetery in Zyrardow, Poland. Text written in Polish.
Author: Roman Catholic Church in Zyrardow, Parafia pw. Matki Bozej Pocieszenia Civil Register Office (USC) in Warsaw undefined
Address: (Kosciol Parafialny pw. Matki Bozej Pocieszenia) ul. Narutowicza 30 96-320 Zyrardow Poland (Urzad Stanu Cywilnego m.st. Warszawy) ul. Falecka 10 02-547 Warszawa Poland (Cmentarz MB Pocieszenia w Zyrardowie) ul. Kasztanowa 2 96-300 Zyrardow Poland
Phone: +48 (0) 46 855-32-49
Givenname: Roman-Catholic Church "MB Pocieszenia" in Zyrardow USC m. st. Warszawy Cemetery in Zyrardow
RepositoryId: REPO20 REPO15 REPO17
Name: Roman-Catholic Church "MB Pocieszenia" in Zyrardow USC m. st. Warszawy Cemetery in Zyrardow
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.
Continued: GIVEN NAME: He received the given name Janusz most probably at the christianizing, as it does not appear in the civil records.
BIOGRAPHY: He grew up in Warsaw, yet he often visited the nearby city of Zyrardow, where his grand parents lived. Already in high school, he met his first wife and married her when their daughter was about to be born. In late 1960s, he graduated form the Warsaw Technical University (Politechnika Warszawska) and subsequently took the position of a teacher of mathematics and physics in a Warsaw high school. In early 1980s, he worked for the NIK (Najwyzsza Izba Kontroli) in the Polish government. After getting divorced, he moved to his second wife's flat in 1986 (unofficially adopting her son from her first marriage) and soon had with her his second daughter. In 1993, the family moved to the village of Lutkowka. In the years 1994-2006, he worked as a teacher in various local schools, eventually becoming the president of the local branch of Polish Teachers' Union (Zwiazek Nauczycielstwa Polskiego). He died in early morning on January 21st, 2006 in the Oncology Institute in the Warsaw's district of Ursynow after several months of suffering from cancer. He was burried on the cemetery of Zyrardow in the family grave of the Mancarzs, his grand parents.
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