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Saint George Cemetery Puck, Pomorskie Province Poland
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Saint George Cemetery Puck, Pomorskie Province Poland
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Saint George Cemetery
Puck, Pomorskie Province Poland

Lat: 54° 43 05"N, Lon: 18° 24' 38"E

From Gdansk take the Hwy 6 NW to Reda and then exit on Hwy 216 north to Puck. Enter the town and go to Nowy Swiat and Mdlot streets. There are two cemeteries in a 1 block area. St George Cemetery is behind the Post office.

From 1772 until 1920 the area was known as East Prussia and the German name for Puck (pronounced Poot shek) was Putzig. This is a partial reading for this cemetery. Names ending in Scy such as Bisewscy are the family form of Bisewski. Female married names can end in Bisewska.

This is not a complete listing of burials! The records below were provided by contributors to Cemetery Records Online. Last edited Oct 06, 2005. Total records = 13.

Contributor's Index:

Bartlewski, Joachim, b. Feb 8, 1928, d. Jul 17, 1930, [MB]
Bisewska, Waleria, b. Mar 19, 1906, d. Apr 19, 1988, w/o Jan Bisewski 1899-1985, [MB]
Bisewski, Jan, b. Jan 9,1899, d. May 4, 1985, [MB]
Bisewski, Leszek, b. Aug 12, 1949, d. Jul 13, 1995, [MB]
Bizewski, Jozef, b. Dec 17, 1913, d. Dec 29, 1982, [MB]
Bizewski, Zygmunt, b. May 22, 1932, d. Sep 11, 1999, [MB]
Borkowski, Krzysztof, b. May 14, 1969, d. Feb 12, 2004, [MB]
Jagiello, Ludwik, b. Mar 17, 1921, d. Mar 4, 2000, [MB]
Krampikowski, Antoni, b. Oct 5, 1942, d. Apr 4, 2002, [MB]
Wisniewska, Teresa, b. Aug 28, 1923, d. Mar 15, 2004, [MB]
Wisniewski, Krzysztof, no dates, Z Warszawy lat 21, [MB]
Wisniewski, Tadeusz, b. Jan 20, 1928, d. Apr 8, 1995, [MB]
Wysocki, Jozef, b. 1922, d. 1973, [MB]
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