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OUR FAMILY THE KRENZELOK
Top row left to right: Anne, Paul Jr., Paul Sr., Frances, Paul Sr. wife Elizabeth, Joseph, Bette.
First row left to right: Robert, Lillian, Dolores, Edward.
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Is how we spell our name in the old country and it is pronounced a little different than how we pronounce it in the U.S. We are from the Triple-Village or Tri-Cities of the three communities of Istebna, Jaworzynka, and Koniakow. We are "Highlander" the Polish mountain people use this word to describe the people from the area because they live in the mountains.
There are many unanswered questions in the Krenzelok family lines. What we do know is that Paul Krenzelok of Ladysmith was what we are pretty sure was a first cousin of Mary Krenzelok of Sheridan Wyoming who was married also to a Paul Krenzelok. The very interesting part of this relation is that Mary and Paul were married in Istebna Poland and that Mary's maiden name was Krenzelok or Krezelok also. So two Krenzeloks unrelated were married and would move to Sheridan Wyoming. Their children would now be related to both Krenzelok families. Mary’s husband Paul and his brother George along with many other friends and relatives from Poland would go to work in Sheridan in the coal mines. Years later Paul and Mary would move to their farm on Dry Creek. We know that Paul Krenzelok of Ladysmith WI was close to his cousin and they visited each other on many occasions over the years. If you can trace your family to these Krenzeloks we are probably related.
This is our home in Poland. Image credit: Carl Morris (Trójwieś U.S.A website).
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN THE KRENZELOK NAME YOU NEED TO CHECKOUT THE FOLLOWING WEBSITES.
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Tri-Cities of tIstebna, Jaworzynka, and Koniakow Website
From the Triple village (Trojwies) to America
Tri-Cities of tIstebna, Jaworzynka, and Koniakow Genealogy Website
THE FOLK SONG AND DANCE ENSEMBLE ISTEBNA FROM ISTEBNA, POLAND
Folk and Dance Ensemble from Istebna, Poland
Note: I would like to thank Ken Krenzelok, part of our Wyoming Krenzelok family for sending this link. It has been very interesting to hear these songs sung in our native Polish language.
Ed Krenzelok, Anna Ligocki, Bob and Gerry Krenzelok, Anna’s brother Jan. Trip to Poland 1993
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Contact US - Related Links - Ladysmith - Our Relatives in Poland - Paul and Elizabeth - Frances - Anne - Paul - Joseph - Joseph Military - Bette - Robert - Robert Military - Edward - Dolores - Lillian - Kronprinzessin Cecilie - Kronprinzessin Cecilie 2 - Ellis Island - The Post - The Bakery - Our Wyoming Krenzelok - History - The Steerage Experience - Family Pictures - Family Pictures 2 - Family Pictures 3 - Family Pictures 4 Our Krenzelok Polish Christmas Traditions
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