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Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Edward Tarnowski: Birth: 7 Sep 1916 in Czuryly, near: Zbuczyn, near: Siedlce, Poland, Russia (now Poland). Death: ABT 1944 in Warszawa (Warsaw), Poland

  2. Wanda Tarnowska: Birth: EST 1917/1920 in Krzymosze or Lesniczowka, near: Mordy, near: Siedlce, Poland (?). Death: 8 Dec 1997 in Warszawa (Warsaw), Poland

  3. Zdzislaw Tarnowski: Birth: 14 Feb 1921 in Lesniczowka, near: Mordy, near: Siedlce, Poland. Death: 8 Dec 1947 in Bilgoraj, Poland


Sources
1. Title:   Okreg Siedlecki 1942-1944. Z walk PPR, GL i AL.
Page:   316, 447-448
Publication:   Wydawnictwo Ministerstwa Obrony Narodowej, Warszawa 1977
2. Title:   Okreg Siedlecki 1942-1944. Z walk PPR, GL i AL.
Page:   316
Publication:   Wydawnictwo Ministerstwa Obrony Narodowej, Warszawa 1977

Notes
a. Continued:   Born in a paesant family, he performed the compulsory military service in the tsar's army. After Poland regained its independence in 1918, he lived in the village of Krzymosze in the district of Siedlce. He was a member of the Independent Paesant Party (Niezalezna Partia Chlopska, NPCh) and the Communist Party of Poland (Komunistyczna Partia Polski, KPP). His three children: Edward, Wanda and Zdzislaw grew up to be loyal Communists. In 1927, Jakub Tarnowski moved with his family to Przezdziatka in the district of Sokolów Podlaski after buying a medium-size land property there. In the years 1935-1938, his house was the place of the KPP members' meetings. During the German occupation, he kept safe guns and a radio receiver. In summer 1942, he joined the Polish Labourers' Party (Polska Partia Robotnicza, PPR). He financially supported the Polish guerrilla force in the times of WWII. His whole family served the cause of fighting against the Nazi occupation. On April 13th, 1943, he was arrested together with his son Zdzislaw and later, in June 1943, bought out of jail. After the Germans abolished the groups of the PPR in the region of Sokolów Podlaski, he kept in touch with the remaining members of the party. He died from a heart-illness in April 1944 shortly after receiving the news of his eldest son Edward being imprisoned by the Nazis.


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