- Four Snietnica area maps: http://www.kuzmich.com/Kuzmich_Blog/Snietnica/maps.pdf
- Circa 1870's Theodore Kuzmich great-grandparent homestead: http://www.kuzmich.com/Kuzmich_Blog/Snietnica/Homestead.pdf
- Snietnica Poland local churches: http://www.kuzmich.com/Kuzmich_Blog/Snietnica/churches.pdf
- Snietnica Poland cemetery views: http://www.kuzmich.com/Kuzmich_Blog/Snietnica/cemetery_views.pdf
- Snietnica Poland cemetery headstones: http://www.kuzmich.com/Kuzmich_Blog/Snietnica/cemetery_headstones.pdf
John Kuzmich Jr. Genealogy Blog; Eastern European Roots
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Poland: Snietnica, Stawisza, Krempachy, Nowa Biala. Krolik Polski and Szaflary (KUZMYCZ, KUZMICZ, KUZMYCH, KUZMICK, BOCHNOVICH, GALINIAK, HOC, BASALYA, KUCSALA, SURMA. PAZIS, WOLOSHYNOVICH, KUCHTA and TOMASKOVIC)
Ukraine: Maximilianovka (KUZMICZ).
Slovenia: Novo Mesto (TURK, GAZVODA, STANGEL, HROVATIC, SCHURER, SEVEROVLJA, GOLOBIC)
Czech Republic: Staravesz in Moravia: (DLUGI)
Slovakia: Holic (GALINIAK, SKUBOVA)
Monday, March 15, 2010
Our Kuzmich line comes from Snietnica, Poland. We've had the pleasure of visiting there and we able to take pictures of our family names in the cemetery and see the town church. Here are some maps and pictures from Snietnica: