Kardeliszki - village in Brasław powiat Wilno Voivodeship of Poland (the Second Polish Republic).
There are the following data for this settlement on the Radzima.net website:
- geographical coordinates and location of village Kardeliszki on the detailed map of the beginning of the XXth century and modern maps, as well as on satellite images from the Google Maps;
- administrative-territorial belonging in the Russian Empire at the beginning of the XXth century, in Poland (1920-1939)
- name of the Catholic parish to which belonged village Kardeliszki at the beginning of the XXth century
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Are the Kardels of Zaracze (jez Raka) Opsa gmina but closer to Braslaw town, of interest to you? Or those from Gryszkiany?
The road from Stryniszki via the Plusy road through Dubinowo and Braslaw town, then through to Zaracze would have been easy to access in those days. So what I am asking have you considered the possibility that one or other of these places (Zaracze, Gryszkiany, Stryniszki) may have been the original village from which your, and these folk, came?
There was also one from Kardele (Kardeliszki? near jez Opiwarde?)
The earliest marriage record is 1834 for Wincenty of Puszkariszki (very close to Zaracze) who appears as a father-of-the-groom in later records. Last record is 1929.
There are about 30 docs, but some on some of them, a Kardel appears as a witness only.reply
Разыскиваю данные об дедушке Кардель Станислав Станиславович,19₽8 г.р., проживающий до ВО В в д. Стринишки БРАСЛАВСКОГО района, и данные об отце Кардель Часов в Станиславович,16.01.1935 года рождения, тоже родившийся в дер. Стринишки БРАСЛАВСКОГО района, Плюсский с/с.