Jedrzej Jędrusik

about 1827–6 December 1894 (Age 67)
Krużlowa, Nowy Sącz, Małopolska, Poland

The Life of Jedrzej

When Jedrzej Jędrusik was born about 1827, in Krużlowa, Nowy Sącz, Małopolska, Poland, his father, Franciszek Jędrusik, was 24 and his mother, Jadwiga Chronowski, was 25. He married Margarita Chronowski on 10 February 1858, in Krużlowa, Nowy Sącz, Małopolska, Poland. They were the parents of at least 1 son and 1 daughter. He died on 6 December 1894, in his hometown, at the age of 67.

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Family Time Line

Jedrzej Jędrusik
1827–1894
Marianna Chronowski
1853–
Marriage: 22 October 1873
Katarzyna Jedrusik
1881–1884
Anna Jedrusik
1884–

Spouse and Children

    Male1827–1894Male

    Marianna Chronowski

    Female1853–Female

MARRIAGE
22 October 1873
Krużlowa, Nowy Sącz, Małopolska, Poland
children

(2)

    Katarzyna Jedrusik

    Female1881–1884Female

    Anna Jedrusik

    Female1884–Female

Parents and Siblings

siblings

(3)

    Marianna Jędrusik

    Female1825–1860Female

    Male1827–1894Male

    Katarzyna Jędrusik

    Female1828–1828Female

World Events (6)

1830 · November Uprising

Age 3

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 21

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.
1857 · Hotel Europejski is Opened

Age 30

The Raffles Europejski Warsaw, known as The European Hotel, is a famous luxury hotel in the center of Warsaw, Poland. Upon opening in 1857, it was considered one of the most luxurious and modern hotels in Europe. The hotel suffered serious damage during World War II, but was rebuilt for a grand reopening in 1962. The location remains an iconic vacation spot to this day.

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