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Family of John Roy LARYSZ and Susan Margaret DARBY

Husband: John Roy LARYSZ (1952- )
Wife: Susan Margaret DARBY (1953- )
Children: Sarah Catherine LARYSZ (1980- )
Victoria Jayne LARYSZ (1982- )
Marriage 29 Mar 1975 Mansfield Woodhouse, Nottinghamshire

Husband: John Roy LARYSZ

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Name: John Roy LARYSZ
Sex: Male
Father: Pawel Piotr LARYSZ (1912-1972)
Mother: Elzbieta Sophia KIRYLOW (1915-2004)
Birth 6 Jan 1952 Mansfield, England
Title Dr.

Wife: Susan Margaret DARBY

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Name: Susan Margaret DARBY
Sex: Female
Father: Harold Phillip DARBY (1924- )
Mother: Beryl Nancy FROWEN (1925-1970)
Birth 27 Feb 1953 West Dean, England

Child 1: Name concealed by request

Personal information concealed.

Child 2: Victoria Jayne LARYSZ

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Name: Victoria Jayne LARYSZ
Sex: Female
Spouse: Todd BASSAGE (1979- )
Birth 12 Feb 1982 Northampton, England

Note on Husband: John Roy LARYSZ

About the Larysz origins (maybe): (Google transaltion of a web page)


Larisch, Larysz (polonized spelling of the name) - Source Larisch was heavily propagated, was known in Silesia, the Czech Republic and Austria. Historically, came from the Tyrol, where were the owners of the castle Fragstein, the name of the castle has become their primary name. In the fourteenth century, settled in Silesia, near the village of Klisino Glogówek, then used the names Fragstein, gentlemen of Klisina (German Glaesen; von Glaesen-hence the name of the Polish coat of arms Glezyna ) or Larisch (the descendants of Hilary of Klisina). In the fifteenth century they moved to new premises ancestral-to Naczeslawic. in the fifteenth century the split into two lines: Fragstein and Larisch, former mayors were hereditary Glogówek. Larischowie divided in the sixteenth century on two lines: Upper Silesia with Naczeslawic (nobility and baron) and the earl Czech-autriacka of Ligota (Lhota) in the Grand Duchy of Cieszyn. Line of Ligota later used the names Larisch-Moenich (Larisch-Monich) and belonged to the highest aristocracy of Austria.


More detail about the beginnings of the People, for the development of Sophia Fragstein


Prince Piast - Henry I of Legnica married Countess Hedwig von Andechs-Meran, later a saint (1174-1243) Heinrich colonized Silesia with his wife attracted many settlers from the Tyrol Graubinden to Silesia. It is possible that Fragsteinowie were knights or farmers who practice grapevine, who in Silesia called up by a castle or the village from their homeland-the Graubinden. To exclude ambiguities must be emphasized that both parts of the land belonged to Graubinden Adechs-Meran, and today the city of Meran has nothing to do with the county to historic Meran, it is rather about Mirana in Austria.


Period of settlement in Silesia roughly 1200R speaks in favor of the rumors of Tyrolean origin, because by that time there was anyone who would have the coat of arms of knives to cut the vine. Also dr.Heyer takes to settle the family in Silesia from the Tyrol. Unsure probably never get. I think that, as usual, will help us a chance. Siebmacher not accept claims Bucelinusa about the origin of the family von Fragstein of Graubinden even though a lot of people believe in it, and yet this statement is only on the determination of names. He rather believes that von Fragstein are native Silesians and relatives of the von Larisch and von Görlitz. notion was not closer justified because it relies only on a uniform coat of arms. Despite this, it seems that Siebmacher hit the nail as well as Paprocius gave such an assumption. In the meantime, Colonel died. Rudolf von und Niemsdorff Fragstein between 1909 and 1910 corresponded extensively with several already wspominanym Dr. Alfons Hayer from Wroclaw. In this correspondence discussing the problem of the origin and based on the original conjecture that Larisch and Fragstein come from a single trunk-slowly becomes a certainty.


The same coat and the same seat families were hooked to this supposition. Family von Fragstein has in its coat of arms of knives to cut the vines and grapes. The same or similar coats of arms have a family von Larisch.


February 2, 1319 occurs the same coat of arms, this time as a seal governor Arnold Glogówek. Yet today this herb appears on the coat of arms Glogówek as a coat of arms. Herb has three blades to cut the vine in a triple row, and the decoration of the helmet eagle inlet. City Glogowek has today in its coat of arms between the knives vines.


From those mentioned governors came Glogówek family von Larisch. Dr.Hayer proved it on the basis of a series of registers. For better orientation we need to address now the history of the creation of the names of von Larisch.


Glogówek governors in 1300 this name was just a name. In 1311r mentioned for the first time a Gotryda reeve in Gläsen [Klisino] then there are a number of governors Glogówek brothers who were only occasionally called caliphs, sometimes sons Gotfrida of Gläsen , sometimes as Arnold or Heinrich of Gläsen.


Around 1318 in accordance with the established custom of using the names of von Gläsen for governors Glogówek. During this century appear to families von Gläsen, with Grötsch and the Nimsdorf [Naczeslawice] also Guetern, and so on estates that later mentioned as the property of the family von Fragstein. From the office of Stewards Glogówek it seems that in this period, resigned.


In 1368 for the first time there is Hilarius von Gläsen also called von Nimsdorf Laris . And here is the beginnings names Larisch = Laris (diminutive of Hilarius).


1371 lists the knight Hilarius otherwise Laris von Nimsdorf and Gunceliusa von Gläsen and their brothers Czypo, Petrus, Otto and Franzco heirs von Gläsen and Vroblyn . Based on this, we can trace the descendants of the individual brothers next to their names and the names of von Gläsen also used the name of their fathers and eventually resigned from the determination Gläsen and kept his father's name as a surname. So the descendants of Hilarius have name Laris Laris eg Heinze, Crisp son Nicolaus Nicolaus called Crisp, Patrasche (Petrus) son of Hans Hans Patrasche.


If we accept the origin Fragsteinów of governors Glogówek so kinship birth of Larischami it is explicable that do not use the names of Larisch, as it is entitled to only the descendants of Hilarius.


The second-mentioned brother Hilarius Gläsen Crisp von Gläsen sold in 1417 its assets Leipe near Grotkau also called Leippo, Lipe, Leippow . Also the son of Crisp- Nicolaus von Gläsen Crisp died in 1452r also had its share of these estates.


In 1506 there Lupen, Lipa, magnifier also called Magnifier von Nimsdorf . It is impossible to prove that it is the descendants of Gläsen Leiper. Herb and nicknamed Nimsdorf so warrants. Lupowie are a family of von Fragstein. It lists the 1506-Wenzel von Niemsdorf magnifier, then the brothers and the brothers von Lupen Lupen von Nimsdorf. In 1560 Victoryn Francksteyn called Magnifier von Naczeslawic (Nimsdorf) was a captain in Glogówek, in 1579, was a forester Hans (John) von Fragstein known under the name Johanes magnifier.


Name Fragstein appeared already in 1448r. are here Nicolaus Michael Fragstein . Nicolaus court held the office of the wife of Prince Konrad Black with Oels. Besides Nicolaus also used the name of von Gläsen eg Nicolaus chip. It is possible that Lupen (branch von Gläsen) Crisp descendants adopted the name Fragstein to distinguish itself from other branches von Gläsen. We stressed already that at the same time Lupen and Fragstein inhabited estates Nimsdorf and Grötsch (settlement), as Larisch, which previously belonged to Larisch and Gläsen. That Fragstein - Lupen - Larisch - Gläsen are ancient native Silesia as suspects Siebmacher denies Hayer. According to his opinion governors Glogówek migrated from the west. If he here points out that they came from the Inn valley from Fragsteinów this view is faced by many in doubt. For German origin speak German names: Konrad, Arnold, Peter, Gottfried, which are the names of the Upper Silesia are very rare and immediately conspicuous. Next for German origin speaks German name. Polish researcher Wladyslaw Zemkowicz also believed that von Gläsen migrated from areas of German-he believes von Hessen for their country Gläsen coming to this belief completely different tests. Supporters of the old generation of ancestors take this theory with joy while skeptics never fails to convince. And researchers families remain for further research.


What is the truth?