Re: BOMBLAT (Losice, Siedlce, Mordy) #poland


Barry Clarke
 

My great-grandmother MOLLY SZKLARKIEWICZ (from Jedwabne or Warsaw) was married to a STIGLITZ or similar (uncertain where he was from) who was in the military and died or was killed shortly after their son, SAMUEL, was born. Molly emigrated at that time around 1881 to the UK and on the ship met a man who she married. The only information we have about him is from his 1897 UK Naturalisation Certificate where it is written that he was born in "LESSITZ, SEDLIZ in Poland", which does not exist as written and I must presume to be LOSICE, SIEDLCE, as per in above message. His parents, according to the Certificate were HYMAN and BERTHA and his name JACOB CLARKE, obviously anglicised and possibly even taking his wife's maiden name of Clarke which we know was anglicised from Szklarkiewicz as her own brother was known as MAX CLARKE. Anyhow, if you or any reader has any information about them or life in Losice, Siedlce in the mid to late 1800s I'd be very grateful to hear more. Thank you,

Barry Clarke
Searching: CLARKE/SZKLARKIEWICZ, STIGLITZ (or similar), BARNETT/BIENSTOCK (or similar), BRAHAM, LEVINSON, NEWMARK, GOODMAN, JOSEPH, ABRAHAMS, JACOB, MOSES, SCHLESSINGER, ELLENBOGEN all originally from Poland and emigrated to the UK.

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