Joannes Dymny

(1820 – bet. 1889-1890)


Life Story

Joannes Dymny was born on 10 Jun 1820 in Borzecice, Poznan, Poland as the ninth child of Sabastianus Biadala and Agnieszka Dymnianka. He had ten siblings, namely: Marianna, Casimir, Kasper, Paul, Franciazek, Valentine, Lawrence, Francis, Peter, and Magdalena. When he was 24, he married Urszula Biernat, daughter of Andrew Biernat and Marianna Rasiowna, on 10 Nov 1844 in Walków, Wielkopolskie, Poland. When he was 26, he married Hedvigis Filipiak, daughter of Philip Filipiak and Mariana Koich, on 24 Jan 1847 in Borzecice, Wielkopolskie, Poland. When he was 60, he married Elizabeth Dorsz, daughter of Simon Dorsz and Lucya Lojek, on 31 May 1881 in Berea, Cuyahoga, Ohio, USA (St. Adalbert Church, 66 Adalbert Street).

Joannes Dymny was baptized on 13 Jun 1820 in Walków, Wielkopolskie, Poland. Godparents: 13 Jun 1820 in Walków, Wielkopolskie, Poland (Gregorius Bloch & Catharina Kielibina).

He immigrated to New York, New York, USA on 29 Oct 1880 (Arrived Port of NY on SS City of Montreal from Liverpool, UK). He then immigrated to Berea, Cuyahoga, Ohio, USA (Migrated from NY).

He was also known as Jan Dymny. He was also known as Joannes Biadala. He was also known as John Dymny. He was buried in Anderson, Grimes, Texas, USA (Probably St. Stanislaus Cemetery).

He died between 1889–1890 in Anderson, Grimes, Texas, USA.

Joannes Dymny and Hedvigis Filipiak had five children.

Joannes Dymny and Urszula Biernat had two children.

Joannes Dymny and Elizabeth Dorsz had four children.

Hedvigis Filipiak

(Abt. 1822-1875)


Life Summary

Hedvigis Filipiak was born about 1822 as the first child of Philip Filipiak and Mariana Koich.

When she was 25, she married Joannes Dymny, son of Sabastianus Biadala and Agnieszka Dymnianka, on 24 Jan 1847 in Borzecice, Wielkopolskie, Poland.

She died on 23 Apr 1875 in Galew, Posen, Poland (53 years). Her cause of death was Cholera. She was buried on 26 Apr 1875 in Galowo, Wielkopolskie, Poland.

Joannes Dymny and Hedvigis Filipiak had five children.