[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] Location of Villages - Kornin Zytin Pietnatego

Günther Böhm GHBoehm at ish.de
Wed May 31 00:58:56 PDT 2006

Leo Sonnenberg schrieb:

>I am trying to locate these villages but my map searches have not  
>been successful.  I want to know--
>             1/ Are the names spelled correctly.
>              2/ Where are they located.
>             3/ Are Kornin and Zytin different names for the same  
>On my paternal Uncle's EWZ document he indicates that his father(my  
>grandfather) died in Kornin.  My paternal Grandmother on her EWZ  
>document indicates that her husband died in Zytin.  I surmise from  
>the two EWZ documents that my Grandmother was living with my Uncle in  
>Kornin  where he worked. Both my parents, aunts and uncles were born  
>in Kurasch/Gruntal area near the old Polish/Russian border.
there are two villages Stary Kornin and 6 km northwest of it Szczyty 
(resp. its neighboring parts Szczyty Dzieciolowo and Szczyty Nowodwory) 
in the Hajnowski powiat, Podlaskie Wojewodztwo.

>On my mother's Canadian Marriage Certificate (second marriage) she  
>indicates she was born in Pietnatego, Poland?
Sounds like "of fifteenth" = pietnastego (day of marriage).


More information about the Ger-Poland-Volhynia mailing list