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Submitted by Dennis Triglia

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Category: Translation - Polish
Approval Date: 3/17/2021 1:39 PM
Family Surname: Wilinska Ramocka Cyzkowska Maslowska Bor
Country: Poland
Town: Warszawa
Date of Image: 1825
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I am having a really difficult time with translating this death document for Konstancja Wilińska from Warsaw. A marginal note recorded by the person who digitized this record states "72 lata zd. Wilińska z Kaliskiego l v Ramocka wdowa syn Bonifacy Ramocki córki Julianna z. Cyzkowska i Agnieszka z. Masłowska." I assume this means that her maiden name was Wilińska and that she died at age 72 and may have been born in Kalisz. Here are some of my questions...please forgive my naivite...Are Julianna and Agnieszka the daughters or sisters of Konstancja? Are Czykowska and Masłowska their married names or do they have different surnames because Konstancja had two other husbands with those surnames plus a Borkowski and a Ramocki? I am so confused. I would certainly appreciate a full translation of the document with as much information as can be found translated. If not, I would be happy if anyone can just answer the questions I have posed. Thank you and bless you.

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3/18/2021 2:53 PM 12 July 1825 at 313 Rynek Nowy of seizure [or some other fulminant event] died Konstancya nee Wilinsk(i/a), first married name: Ramock(i/a), second married name: Borkowsk(i/a), widow, 72, born in Kalisz region.

Bonifacy Ramocki, son from first marriage, master cobbler, 42.

Julianna [married name]Cyzkowsk(i/a), 34; Agnieszka [married name]Maslowsk(i/a), 30. Both daughters are from second marriage, so must have been born Borkowsk(i/a).
3/19/2021 10:57 AM The certificate has been issued by the community of the second circle (district) of Warsaw.

Bonifacy Ramocki lived on Podwale Street no. 506. He's not only from the first marriage but also the very first son.

Joachim Zaiączkowski is a friend of Bonifacy, who was also a master cobbler and lived on Rybaki Street no. 2566.

The address where Ms Konstancya died is Rynek Nowego Miasta (New Town Square) no. 313. The cause of death is literally named as paroxysm. She came from Kalish Voivodship (which is of course a type of administrative region in Poland).

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