Some Lipczyński descendants of Adalbert Wojciech (Albert) Lipczynski
A prisoner of war camp in Ocean City
How many GWU Engineering students does it take to...?
Looks like 2.173245 times 10 to the minus 6!!!
The Center of Attraction!
7th November 1992
24 September 1955 Wedding
Buzonas - Lipczyński Family
How do I know? Because Polish is a phonetic language. If you spell it, the pronunciation follows and if you say it, the spelling follows. Children do not study spelling in Poland since there is no need for it! The various spellings originated in America and are useful only to trace the various families that adopted the different spellings.
The correct spelling is confirmed on the wedding certificate of Michael Lipczyński on 19 February 1917 at the Transfiguration Roman Catholic Polish Church by Father Michael Kozlowski. A Polish Priest would insist on a correct spelling of Polish names and did so in this case. Unfortunately the hand writing is in the European style so that the "czy" in Lipczyński may not be clear for Americans.
The family came from the Polish town of Wierzchoslawice near Tarnow. To my knowledge no one has searched the church birth/death/marriage records but they have survived and presumably have more information on the family.