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1. Page:   V/8/1992
Source:   S5
2. Title:   Civil register of deaths for Warszawa-Mokotów Gravestones on the Northern Cemetery in Warsaw
Note:   Now reposited in the Civil Register Office of the capital city of Warsaw (USC m.st. Warszawy) Note that the inscriptions on gravestones typically do not contain information on the place o
Publication:   Inscriptions on gravestones on the Northern Cemetery (Cmentarz Pólnocny) in Warsaw, Poland. Text written in Polish.
Source:   S18
Author:   Civil register office (USC) in Warsaw-Mokotów undefined
RepositoryId:   REPO15 REPO16
Name:   USC m. st. Warszawy Northern Cemetery in Warsaw
Address:   (Urzad Stanu Cywilnego m.st. Warszawy) ul. Falecka 10 02-547 Warszawa Poland (Cmentarz Pólnocny w Warszawie) Wólka Weglowa, Warsaw Poland
Givenname:   USC m. st. Warszawy Northern Cemetery in Warsaw
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.
3. 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:   .

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a. Continued:   BIOGRAPHY: Born in Lagiewniki near Kruszwica, he worked in a German winery during World War II. Poor living conditions of his family made him also deal with illegal selling of pork fat. Shortly before the German capitulation in 1945, he came to Walcz with the first wave of Polish settlers, as East Prussia became a part of Poland again. There he took over a villa abandoned in the heat of war and let his whole family come to Walcz. His first legal job was that of the temporary headmaster of the Public Primarly School No. 1 in Walcz. In late 1940s, he came to Szczecin after some failed attempts to establish his own business as a carrier for the next settlers. In Szczecin, he worked in the police force of the People's Republic of Poland (Milicja Obywatelska), subsequently being promoted and moved to the Government Security Department at the Ministry for Domestic Affairs in Warsaw. There he met his future wife Janina. Finally, he reached the position of vice-chief of the Government Security Serive. Together with important heads of the state he therefore travelled all over the world. Finally, he was promoted and moved to Ministry for Foreign Affairs where he held the position of the chief of Passport Beaureau from March 1st, 1968 to Oct 31st, 1975. Thanks to his subsequent nomination in 1975 for the posision of the Consul of the People's Republic of Poland in Berlin, East Germany, he spent several years abroad shortly before retiring and coming back to Warsaw.


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