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Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Pending "Andrulewicz Family" Wikipedia Article

See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia_talk:Articles_for_creation/Andrulewicz_Family for more.

The Andrulewicz Family is an Ashkenazi Jewish family from PolandLithuania, the Ukraine, the United States, and other countries that have been settled by Ashkenazim in the Jewish Diaspora(including the United Kingdom and Argentina).

Surname History[edit source]

When the "Andrulewicz" surname was taken by the family is unknown; but the name first appeared in StakliškėsLithuania as "Andrulevičus"[1]. Variants of the name include and are not limited to "Andrulevičius", "Andrulevich" (as used by voter Vil'gel'm Andrulevich in Buzhanka, Ukraine during the 1906 Duma Elections) [2], "Andrulewicz" (as first recorded in regard to Kazimierz Andrulewicz of BosePoland in 1764 and 1765)[3], "Androlewicz", "Andrelovich" (as used by Nik Andrelovich[4]), "Andrulewitz", "Andrulavage", and even "Andruskiewicz"[5].

Religious History[edit source]

In terms of religious practice and observance, the family was and is still mixed. For example, Alexandria Alice Andrulewicz Czarnecki (born June 26, 1882[6][7]) and her husband, Julian, wereAnusim. Other Andrulewiczes were Anusim as well, and converted at various times throughout the 1700s-1900s--including during the pogroms, which is when Julian and Alexandria (to the chagrin of their families) converted (They even, due to Anti Semitism in those times, remained Roman Catholic in the United States, which is to where they immigrated when their families sat shiva for them and cut them off.). Most of the conversions were into Roman Catholicism. One relative, Vincas Andrulavicius of Trakai ("Trakei"), is listed as "Protestant" on a Labrador ship manifest for August 12, 1929, when Labrador embarked from HamburgGermany to Buenos AiresArgentina. Also Protestant are some of the branches of the family in the United States, though quite a few have remained Roman Catholic.
As for the families of Vil'gel'm Andrulevich and Nik Andrelovich, as well as one (or possibly two) of the "Andrulewitz" families[8], they remained openly and religiously Jewish.

Famous and Notable Members of the Family[edit source]

  • Teddy Andrulewicz
  • Michael Andrews (Michael Androlewicz)
  • John "Jack" G. Czarnecki, one of the three IRS Agents who served tax papers to then-President Richard Nixon's attorneys during Watergate. Czarnecki retired from the IRS in 1992, and is the oldest-surviving grandchild of Alexandria Andrulewicz Czarnecki (through her son Anthony "Tony" Czarnecki, Sr.--who was baptized into Roman Catholicism by his parents during the pogroms).

References[edit source]

  1. ^ PolishForums.com
  2. ^ Ancestry.com and JewishGen.org
  3. ^ http://genealodzy.pl/PNphpBB2-printview-t-17821-start-60.phtml
  4. ^ [1]Same as Source #2
  5. ^ [2] According to a granddaughter of Joseph P. Czarnecki, Sr. (a son of Alexandria Alice Andrulewicz Czarnecki, whose name was Aleksjondria Alicja Andrulewiczówna Czernecka before she arrived in Sugar NotchPennsylvania, Alexandria Alice Andrulewicz Czarnecki gave the name "Andruskiewicz" as her maiden name. Alexandria had a brother named Franz who also used this variant, as did Franz's daughter Franciszka "Frances" Andruskiewiczówna Judycki.
  6. ^ [3]Naturalization Record for Julian Czarniecki ( Czernecki or Chernetski)
  7. ^ A maternal uncle or a maternal cousin, Shmuil Morgovich, is listed on JewishGen.org as having died on April 4, 1882 in Stakliškės of tuberculosis. This validates Julian's and Alexandria's claim that she was born on June 26, 1882, and explains why Alexandria's parents--an Andrulevičus (Andrulewicz) and a Morgevičutė (Margiewicz)--left Stakliškės for Bose, which was then in Sejny Uyezd inSuwałki Gubernia of the Russian Empire.
  8. ^ See "Index of 1890 and 1891 NY Immigrants from Austria, Poland, and Galicia" on JewishGen.org.

Wednesday, August 7, 2013

There Are No Coincidences In Life...

The Foczkos of Poland, Etc. and our Foczkos/Fockos have to be related (Yes, Kevin; as much as I love you as my cousin, you're being hard on me--and yourself. We can't control what our relatives did, but we're still Jews and have the right to embrace that identity--and the mitzvah to never forget.). Besides, the following cannot be coincidental:


Adam Focko
Russia, Lutheran Church Book Duplicates, 1833-1885
birth:1829Hä-Sakoska
death:7 March 1849Gross-Kolpana, Spanko, Tsarskoe Selo, St. Petersburg
    Peter Focko
    Russia, Lutheran Church Book Duplicates, 1833-1885
    birth:1849Wopsi
    death:4 March 1849Gross-Kolpana, Spanko, Tsarskoe Selo, St. Petersburg
    • father:Gabriel Focko
    Justina Focko
    Russia, Lutheran Church Book Duplicates, 1833-1885
    birth:1849Hä Sakoska
    death:1 May 1849Gross-Kolpana, Spanko, Tsarskoe Selo, St. Petersburg
    • father:Abraham Focko

    • We were spread across Eastern Europe (including Russia, as seen above). Besides, getting between Finland and Russia was going to be easier for anyone--let alone Jews--in those days, especially if we were caught sneaking to and from the Pale--and how the Uszinskys got out to Saros from Russia, by the way, I do not know (Great-Granddad Gajdos never said--he only bragged that we were Russian during the Cold War, to the chagrin of our family.). By the way, Jews were converting to converting to Vaticanism (Roman and Byzantine), Anglicanism (e.g., the Disraeli Family), and Lutheranism (e.g., the Mendelssohns, the Siedenburg Muellers [Mom-Mom's great-great-grandma's family]) at the time to assimilate and escape Anti Semitism--and Vaticanism and Lutheranism especially posed a threat to the Jews at the time, and Lutheranism (given how Anti Semitic Martin Luther was) was an acceptable alternative to Vaticanism (This is also, by the way, why Martin Luther was not a true Reformer. The Reformation actually began with Jan Hus and John Wycliffe, neither of whom have a record of Anti Semitism.).
    • We're not a huge family. FoczkoFocko (excluding German Fockos, who aren't ours--since they were Protestant from the beginning, anyway; and we were Pharisees and Vaticanists), and Fosko (excluding the Foskos of Kentucky, etc.--or at least I hope, since I'm not happy if "Foczko" or "Focko" was first changed to "Fusco") are not common. Besides, what does the Biblical prophecy say? "And the Lord will scatter you among the peoples, and you will be left few in number among the nations where the Lord will drive you." For the Jewish people to even be formed as a nation that was ready to take Israel, there had to be 600,000 countable people--and children were not counted until they turned 20 years old (By the way, see my note on the age of accountability below.). My point is that since the Jewish people could not take Israel until we numbered at least 600,000 (a tenth of counted and known Jewish victims of the Shoah), we are certainly smaller and indeed left few in number--as Non-Messianic Jews, Anusim v'b'nei-Anusim, and Messianic Jews (I will, by the way, discuss "fewer in number" in a later blog post.).
    • The Anusi Foczkos/Fockos married into few families, and especially repeatedly into families like the Hanzok and Filc(z)ak families. Also, Andy Rusnak (the grandson of converts Gyorgy "Gyorgy Kvetkovits" and Elizabetha Molnarova Rusznak) deliberately wrote to the granddaughter of a Lazar. Anusim stuck together, and our family followed the mitzvah to marry cousins as outlined in B'midbar 36.
    Did I cover enough? I think so. Anyway, let's embrace our Levite heritage--and certainly not forget Dawid, Hersz, and Mariem:

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    Searching for Surname (phonetically like) Focko
    Number of hits: 3
    Run on Wednesday 7 August 2013 at 14:17:25

    Name
    Date of Birth
    Worker Number
    Address in GhettoPlace Assigned to Work
    Type of Employment
    Starting Date
    Photo on Card?
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    Date of ID Card
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    FOCKO, Dawid
    22-Jun-1896 
    52256 
    Bleigasse 1/16 6 (Schneiderei Mühlgasse 2) 
    Maschinist 
     

    01-Oct-43 
    Schneider 
     
    männlich 
    47 
    13-Jul-43 
    Bekl. Rep. Werkst. vom 22-Feb-1944 
    Transport 86 14-Jul-1944677 
    1074/1075 
    FOCKO, Hersz
    03-Sep-23 
    3386 
    Bleigasse 1/16 35 (Kleinmöbelfabrik) 
    Maschinist 
     

    1943 
     
    Maschinist 
    männlich 
    20 
    12-Apr-42 
     

    677 
    1076/1077 
    FOCKO, Mariem
    20-May-1899 
    52257 
    Bleigasse 1/16 6 (Schneiderei Mühlgasse 2) 
    Gruppenführerin 
     

    01-Oct-43 
    Schneiderin 
     
    weiblich 
    44 
    23-Jul-43 
    Schneiderei 85 Goldschmiedegasse 18 vom 01-Oct-1943; Schn. 2, Hans. 34/36 vom 15-May-1944 

    677 
    1078/1079 


    Endnote: By the way, Yeshua changed this when he sat in the Temple at 12 years old, thus validating the age of bar-mitzvah and bat-mitzvah accountability to be 12 at minimum and 20 at maximum for normally-abled people--e.g., I assure you that my cousin Jamie, who is differently mentally abled, will not be going to Hell. He is 45 at present, but does not have the mental abilities or capabilities of even a three-year-old child--no way on Earth will G-d be as cruel as to require of Jamie more than what he has.

    Tuesday, August 6, 2013

    "What Nationality Is Margiewicz?" That Took Forever!

    Ashkenazi (e.g., Polish) Jewish. It apparently comes from "Margolis" or "mumbler" (which I think that PolishForums may hate conceding, but they did...I asked; they offered up; they have to live with it, and they still aren't getting me and JasonDMZK back until they kick off the Anti Semites, other racists, etc.).

    By the way, I will laugh if the person who searched this up is Lukas (and if he or she is Lukas, how was not liking Jews working for you? You're Jewish; we're related; you can't leave it, so learn to love it).

    Also, it has various forms:

    1. Margiewicz 
    2. Margievich
    3. Margewicz
    4. Margevich
    5. Margiewitz
    6. Margewitz 
    7. Margievitz
    8. Margevitz 

    Index of 1890 and 1891 NY Immigrants from Austria, Poland, and Galicia

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    Searching for Surname (phonetically like) Margevich
    Number of hits: 7
    Run on Monday 5 August 2013 at 23:29:18

    Surname, Given Name
    (NARA Soundex)
    NY Arrival Date
    CCYY/MM/DD
    NARA Film Roll
    Ship Name
    Ship Number
    Line #
    Notes
    MAREVITZ, Petor
    (M613) 
    1890/08/23 
    554
    Werkendam 
    1239 
    21
     
    MAREWICH, Simon
    (M620) 
    1890/11/11 
    558
    Russia 
    1685 
    356
    MARSEWITZ, Vincenti
    (M623) 
    1890/05/05 
    547
    Umbria 
    593 
    39
    MARGEWITZ, Casemir
    (M623) 
    1891/03/20 
    563
    Moravia 
    339 
    643
     
    MEIREWICZ, ?
    (M620) 
    1891/07/06 
    571
    Rhaetia 
    997 
    108
     
    MORGEWICZ, Anna
    (M622) 
    1891/09/28 
    576
    Russia 
    1499 
    283
     
    MORGEWICZ, Victoria
    (M622) 
    1891/09/28 
    576
    Russia 
    1499 
    282
     

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    Searching for Surname (phonetically like) Morgevich
    Number of hits: 3
    Run on Monday 5 August 2013 at 23:22:17

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    Uyezd
    Guberniya
    SurnameGiven NameFatherRelationshipAge This
    Age Last
    Reason Left
    Year
    CommentsDatePage
    Registration
    Former Registration
    Publication Type
    Archive / Fond etc
    Ariogala
    Raseiniai (1818), Kaunas thereafter
    Kaunas
    MARGEVICHAbramEliashHead of Household
    35 
    missing 
     
     
    Jews living outside of town
    14
    August
    1816
    82
    1
    Revision List
    LVIA/515/25/383
    MARGEVICHSora
    Wife
    30 
     
     
     
    Jews living outside of town
    MARGEVICHSora FeygaAbramDaughter

     
     
     
    Jews living outside of town
    Displaying matches 1 through 3 of 3
       


    Replace the "a" with an "o", and you get more forms. Then you have forms like "Morgovich":


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    Mother
    Spouse
    Residence
    Comments
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    DD/MM/YY
    Hebrew Date
    Age
    Cause of Death
    Town
    Uyezd
    Guberniya
    Place Recorded
    Year
    Record #
    Microfilm
    Item
    Image
    Archive / Fond
    MORGOVICH, ShmuilMovsha 
    - - 
    - -
    Merech [Merkine] 
    4/4/1882
    15 Nisan 5642 
    20 
    tuberculosis 
    Stakliskes 
    Trakai 
    Vilnius 
    Stakliskes, Aukstadvaris rabbinate 
    1882 
    M4 
    2205094
    3
    1024
    LVIA/9858 

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