Jozefa Lisiecka

Femaleabout 1811–24 November 1849

Brief Life History of Jozefa

When Jozefa Lisiecka was born about 1811, in Poland, her father, Ignacy Lisiecki, was 23 and her mother, Mrs. Ignatius Lisecka, was 22. She married Jozef Kraczek on 27 November 1833, in Dębnica, Gniezno, Wielkopolskie, Poland. They were the parents of at least 2 sons and 2 daughters. She died on 24 November 1849, in Dębnica, Gniezno, Wielkopolskie, Poland, at the age of 39.

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Jozef Kraczek
Jozefa Lisiecka
about 1811–1849
Marriage: 27 November 1833
Michal Kraczek
about 1838–1891
Franciszka Kraczek
Magdalena Kraczek
Walenty Kraczek

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  • Legacy NFS Source: Jozefa Lisiecka - Government record: Marriage record or certificate: birth: about 1811; Poland
  • Jozefa Lisiecka in entry for Walenty Kroczek, "Germany, Prussia, Posen, Catholic and Lutheran Church Records, 1430-1998"
  • Legacy NFS Source: Jozefa Lisiecka - Church record: Marriage record or certificate: birth-name: Jozefa Lisiecka

Spouse and Children

  • Marriage
    27 November 1833Dębnica, Gniezno, Wielkopolskie, Poland
  • Children (4)

    Parents and Siblings

    Siblings (1)

    World Events (3)

    1815 · The Constitution of the Kingdom of Poland is Established

    Age 4

    The Polish state, under command of Russia, commanded Emperor Alexander I to issue a new constitution. This would end up being one of the smallest Polish states to ever exist. The Tsar signed the document on November 27, 1815, without any voting procedure beforehand. The document itself contained 165 articles. The document originally promised freedom of speech and religion, but was modified over the next couple decades and eventually became far more traditional.

    1830 · November Uprising

    Age 19

    The Polish-Russian War of 1830 to 1831 was referred to as the November Uprising or the Cadet Revolution. Young Polish officers, under the influence of Piotr Wysocki, carried out an armed rebellion against the Russian Empire. The revolt initially had local successes, but the overall uprising was crushed by the massive Imperial Russian Army.

    1848 · Greater Poland Uprising (1848)

    Age 37

    Europe experienced a period of rebellions and political upheavals known as the Spring of Nations. During this time, the Greater Poland Uprising of 1848 began against Prussian forces. Much of the fighting was concentrated in the Greater Poland region, but some fights did occur inside of the Prussian Partition. The insurrection was ultimately unsuccessful for the Polish and resulted in many casualties on both sides. The Kingdom of Prussia had at least 500 deaths and over 640 Polish citizens were killed.

    Name Meaning

    Some characteristic forenames: Polish Andrzej, Genowesa, Irena, Piotr, Stanislaw, Urszula, Wieslaw, Wojciech.

    Polish: habitational name for someone from Lisiec in Greater Poland Voivodeship or Liszki Łódź and Lesser Poland voivodeships, or Liski in Łódź Voivodeship both named with lis, liszka ‘fox’ (see Lis , Liszka ).

    Dictionary of American Family Names © Patrick Hanks 2003, 2006.

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