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Michał Koczalski wrote at 2007-01-29 15:44:55
Unbelievable as it may seem, but my surname is also Koczalski and as far as I know, there has been only one "Koczalski" family what makes us relatives somehow :)



Ania wrote at 2007-05-05 21:14:07
My family name is also Koczalski. This surname is the feminine version is Koczalska. My grandfather's dad came from Tczew in Poland, but I have no idea where his ancestors were from. Maybe we are family? :)Ania

stephan koczalski wrote at 2012-02-08 14:58:38
Hi just read this page iam looking for my family roots my name is stephan j koczalski

i was born in england. My grandad came to england after ww2

is name was joseph koczalski  

Katie wrote at 2013-03-27 21:43:17
My grandads name was czeslaw koczalski and his dad was josef koczalski I would love to find out some information on this name and if I have any relatives  

Stephan Koczalski wrote at 2013-10-05 16:12:30
Hi you can get in touch via fb if u want to my names

Stephan koczalski


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