Welcome! This page contains information about my family tree. I have compiled a database of over 2000 names, and the information on this page is what I have chosen to share publicly. If you see anything here which you feel is private and should not be made public, please contact me via a polite message and request what you would like to see changed or removed.
The family tree
- Surnames List - As of June 16, 2005, this database has over 1500 names, and 550 families
Important - This data is the public portion of the database. There is a larger version which contains information about other cousins who have requested that their information be kept accessible to family-only. If you believe you are entitled to access to that information, please contact me for instructions on how to get to it.
Photos and Images
- Paintings we are trying to identify - More information about the painting of a Dunin ancestor at the right, and other family paintings recovered from the ravages of World War II, but whose identities have been lost.
- Other old Photographs and Paintings
Important - As with the family tree above, this is a small subset of images which I have chosen to share publicly. There are other pictures of current family members which are being kept private. If you would like access to them, please contact me for instructions.
Other related family trees
- InterneTree for Emil C. Evancich - Compiled by my mother's half-brother, it focuses mostly on the trees branching out from his parents Frank Ivancich and Emily Crnogorac, though there's an impressive collection of other non-blood-related family as well. Note: Be sure to read the instructions on how to navigate through the tree. (last updated in 2000)
- Biblioteka Kornicka - Compiled by someone on my father's side of the family. I'm not sure who, but they did an amazing job, and the information goes back into the mid-1400s. Whoever did create it is probably a relatively close cousin in Poland, perhaps on the Niezychowski side, judging from the details of what's been compiled. The most recent information (that I've found) is from the late 1970s. The link takes you to the closest set of relatives to me: Maria-Antonina Baranowska and her husband Stanislaw Dunin, my great-great-grandparents (their son was Rodryg Dunin, father of Stanislaw, Olga, Kasia, and Antoni Dunin). To navigate the database, click on the link that says "Selecionae Personae", which will take you to an alphabetized list of surnames.
- Scibor-Boguslawski Family Tree - The closest relative here is Lucja Taczanowska, my great-grandmother (wife of Rodryg Dunin). This tree seems to have been compiled by her sister's husband's second cousin's great-great-grandson. Quite a thorough set of data! This family may also be the one from whom another of my great-grandfathers, Edward Werner, bought the "Boguslawice" estate.
- Mordko Zygelbaum Tree - Mostly of Joe Nabel's side of the family, the closest relatives here are Joe and his wife Marusia Werner (sister of my paternal grandmother Zofia Werner) and their children and grandchildren.
Other links of interest
The Clan of Dunin - A society of Dunins in Poland. This site also has some information (in both English and Polish) about the origin of the Dunin name
Saint Raphael Kalinowski - the brother of my great-great-grandfather, on the Werner/Kalinowski side.
- Agnieszka Lipska Baranowska - My great-great-grandmother (Rodryg Dunin's grandmother), who was evidently a well-known poet and playwright in the Poznan community. This page is in Polish, but click here for my best guess at a translation.
Page last updated: June 20, 2005
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