I am a United States citizen attempting to obtain dual-citizenship as a Polish citizen.
I’m requesting your help because I’ve been informed that, in order for me to obtain my citizenship, I need to prove both of the following:
1. At least one of your Polish ancestors should have declared his Polish citizenship in the Polish consulate after the 20th January 1920. We need the proof that this took place.
2. Polish population census listing at least of your ancestor(s) has to be found.
Here is the information I can provide to you about my ancestor – I am seeking citizenship based on my grandmother’s lineage:
My great-great grandfather is Jan Jr. Pejsa AKA Pyssa, born on 7 Jun 1845 in Bablin, Oborniki, Poznan, Poland. Father listed as Jan Pyssa, colonus; mother Francisca Kuiweciewiczowa. Both Catholics. His age on wedding record indicates birth in 1845 or 1846.Worked as a young man in the family distillery in Ludomi. He was christened on 15 Jun 1845 in Smolarnia Bablin, Oborniki, Poznan, Poland
My great grandfather is Martin Pejsa, born on 7 Oct 1878 in Buffalo, Erie, NY. He was christened on 13 Oct 1878 in Buffalo, Erie, NY. He appeared on the census in 1880 in Buffalo, Erie, NY
My grandmother is Monica Monica Pejsa, born on 21 Apr 1917 in Pulaski, Brown, WI. She appeared on the census in 1920 in Beaver, Marinette, WI
Father is Ben Mandra, born October 8, 1942 in Chicago IL USA
I would like to find some family history on my great grandfather Jakob Lenz. He was married to Maria forkheim....Quest Details