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Stebbins Place. Plainfield NJ - POBIENDZINSKI NEIDZELA 1910 - 1917

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Stebbins Place. Plainfield NJ - POBIENDZINSKI NEIDZELA 1910 - 1917

Posted: 1360405249000
Classification: Query
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I am trying to locate the NJ records of the family of Waclaw Wadslaw "Vincent" Pobiedzinski b17Jan1890 Warsaw Poland (emig 1911) married bet1911-1917 NJ Ludwika "Louise" Niedzela b abt1894 Smolnik Poland (emig 1911);

A son Zygmund W Sigmond Pobiedzinski was b February 02, 1917 Plainfield NJ; baptised 11Feb1917 STEBBINS PLACE NJ by Rev. H. J. MAHONEY, sponsors listed as Peter Choynoiski & Teofila Shergiev on baptizmal certificate.

Since there exists church related documents for the birth and baptism of Zygmund W "Sigmond" Pobiedzinski s/o Ludwika & her future husband Waclaw Wadslaw "Vincent" Pobiedzinski dating 1917 Plainfield NJ; it follows that when she arrived in the US enroute to Plainfield she married and gave birth to her son in that vicinity somewhere between May 1911 & Feb1917 when Zygmund W "Sigmond" Pobiedzinski was born.

I have a NJ state birth certificate that was generated post- birth in Trenton NJ on 27May1975 which lists:
"SIGMUND POVENSKI male b 2Feb1917 Plainfield NJ"; dated filed with registrar: "approx. March 11, 1917"

Mother arrived in America at age 17 on the ship SS NOORDAM out of Rotterdam, docking in NY NY 9May1911 listed as Polish ethnicity born in Smolzik Russia enroute to Plainfield NJ:

Name: Ludwika Niedzela
Arrival Date: 9 May 1911
Birth Date: abt 1894
Birth Location: Russia
Birth Location Other: Smolnik Russia
Age: 17
Gender: Female
Could not read or write
Ethnicity/ Nationality: Polish
Occupation: servant
Port of Departure: Rotterdam
Port of Arrival: New York, New York
Ship Name: Noordam
Destination: Plainfield NJ
Closest relative: father - Stanislaus Niedzela

Variations in US records include for the mother's first name include: "Larbwiga", "Ludwika", "Ludwiga", "Louise"; Census information taken from US records record her birthplace as "Warsaw Poland" and "Russia/Poland".

The father & son surname variations in us records include:

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