Icko Joskowicz GORZALCZANY & Neszka SZAPOWNAMichel GORZALCZANY & GUTA NOCHYMOWNA
Herszko GORZALCZANY (~1802 - 1861 in Ostrow Mazowiecka) & Malka Wolfowna (Pianka) (~1804 - )
Sora GORZALCZANY (~1828 - ) & Jankiel Judkowicz Tapor (~1820 - )
Rywka GORZALCZANY (1832 - ) & Moszk Leyba Eltel
Ruchla GORZALCZANY (~1835 - ) & Ick Stolnic
Bluma GORZALCZANY (1840 - 1842)
Nesia GORZALCZANY (1845 - ) & Izrael Rojzenberg
Szeyna GORZALCZANY (~1808 - ~1833) & Chaim Herszk GRUDZIENSKI (~1805 - 1861)
Azriel GRUDZIEN (1853 - 1913) & Minka NAIMAN (1852- 1912)
Meier GRUDZIEN (1860 - )
Hinda GORZALCZANY (1817 - 1914) & Samuel Mair LAVSKI (1814 - 1906)
Nochym Zelman GORZALCZANY* (~1815 - 1890 Czyzewo) & Maryam Aronowna Szwartzberg/Bord (~1817 - 1837 Ostrow)
Nochym Zelman GORZALCZANY* (~1815 - 1890 Czyzewo) & Cipa Jankielowna (Freyda) (1820 - )son GORZALCZANY (1840 - 1840)Nochym Zelman GORZALCZANY* (~1815 - 1890 Czyzewo)) & Maryam Morkowna (~1828 - )
Smul GORZALCZANY (1843 - 1844)
Nesia GORZALCZANY (1844 - 1848)
Rywen GORZALCZANY (1859 - )Moszk GORZALCZANY (1847 - )Chaia GORZALCZANY* (1829 - ) & Berek Waysbortd (1827- )
Judka GORZALCZANY (1856 - )
Chaia GORZALCZANY* (1829 - ) & Abram Nysek Rotman
Szayko GORZALCZANY* (1783 - ) & Dwejra Faybusiowna ( - 1840)
Szayko GORZALCZANY* (1783 - ) & Gitla Michlowana (1801 - )
Michel Gorzalczany was an innkeeper in Czyzewo, as were several of his sons.
The name Gorzalczany may come from an occupation. Gorzelnik means alcohol distiller (from a list of Polish occupations).
In Israel some Gorzalczanys have changed the name to Marmori or Marmary, which means bitter in Hebrew.
Poland is 28 miles from Lomza. It used to be known as Czyzewo. The Czyzewo Yizkor Book has been partially translated.
Dov Gorzalczany and Arja Gorzalczany, who have written sections, may be descendents of this family.
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