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According to Webster's dictionary, a "sept" is "an old clan or tribe, especially one localized and based on common descent in both male and female lines, ruled by a patriarch "


The septs of the Gozdawa (also called Gozdowa, Gzdow, Gozdzie, and Smora) Clan of Poland, established 1308 are:


Apanowicz, Arwasewicz, Azarewicz, Baczalski, Bakos, Bakowski, Bal, Balcewicz, Balewicz, Behm, Beldowski, Beneszkul, Berecki, Berecki-Mejtar, Berkowski, Bialowieski, Biedrzycki, Biedrzynski, Bielawski, Bielecki, Bierecki, Birecki, Boczkowski, Bogdanowicz, Bohuszewicz, Bohuszko, Bondanowicz, Borodnicki, Borowski, Bosiewicz, Brenner, Bronicki, Brzozowski, Bux, Bystrejski, Chlebowski, Chlusowicz, Chmielewski, Chrapowicki, Chrostkowski, Chroszczewski, Czekonski, Czerniewicz, Dandelski, Dedynski, Deipacy, Deszklewicz, Dlugayski, Dobrakowski, Dobrzymecki, Dowksz, Drahow, Drweski, Dryzna, Dudzinski, Dydynski, Dydzinski, Dyszel, Dyszlewicz, Dziersznicki, Dzierzanowski, Fabiankowski, Fabianski, Fedorowicz, Garbolecki, Gazdzinski, Gdeszynski, Gidlewicz, Giecewicz, Gierawski, Gietowt, Gintwill, Gizycki, Glazowski, Glebowski, Glowinski, Godaczewski, Godlewski, Golebiowski, Gombrowicz, Gorczyczewski, Gostkowski, Gozdawa, Gozdowa, Gozdowicz, Gozdowski, Gozdzie, Grajewski, Grot, Gzdow, Hanski, Huminski, Humnicki, Huniatycki, Hurniecki, Iwaszkiewicz, Jackowski, Jaloszynski, Jarzabkowski, Jarzembowski, Jasienski, Jawornicki, Jaworowski, Jonemann, Karpowicz, Kawecki, Kicki, Kilarowicz, Korff, Kormanicki, Kostro, Krakowinski, Krasniewski, Krobowski, Kykieryc, Lebowski, Lewon, LipinskiI, LipinskiII, Luboszczynski, Malowieski, Mejtar, Micuta, Mikulicz, Milkont, Moczulski, Mucharski, Muskata, Nacewicz, Narwosz, Nerka, Niemierza, Niemira, Niemirowicz, Obrebski, Olbrych, Olesznicki, Orszulski, Osuchowski, Ozimieski, Ozochowski, Ozumieski, Pac, Pacewicz, Pampowski, Pankowski, Pawlowski, Pazdziernowicz, Peplowski, Petuszynski, Piasecki, Pieczyhojski, Piotrowski, Plascik, Plawski, Podbereski, Pomarnacki, Popowski, Przedborski, Przeminski, Przeniewski, Punikowski, Ramsza, Rejewski, Reklewski, Reutt, Rossowicz, Roszkiewicz, Rubinkowski, Rusienski, Rymsza, Secimski, Siewruk, Smora, Sokol, SokolowskiI, SokolowskiII, Solecki, Solowski, Stan, Stano, Stanowski, Stawiski, Stepski, Stryzowski, Strzemeski, Strzeszkowski, Strzyzowski, Suchszewski, Sudrawski, Sudrowski, Sulimowski, Sulocki, Suzin, Szystowski, Telesnicki, Telezynski, Tomikowski, Trypolski, Tryzna, Trzcinski, Trzemeski, Turczynowicz, Turkowiecki, Tyszkowski, Uhlik, Wachanowski, Wahanowski, Wilejko, Witulski, Wituski, Wolczynski, Woykunowski, Zaczenski, Zadczenski, Zatorski, Zdzarski, Ziolowski, Zlotowski, Zmilewski, Zniechowicz, Zurbicki, Jorski

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NOTE: You will notice toward the bottom of that list is the name STANO. It seemes we were part of this particular "SEPT".

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The GAZDAWA SEPT (CLAN) had it's own and unique coat of arms. I'm placing this web site address here so you can read further about the coat of arms.

GO TO: http://www.pgsa.org/herbarzG.htm

You will also see the name STANO is also listed in this research by (classical genealogical and heraldic reference "Herbarz Polski" by Kasper Niesiecki, S.J., Lipsk (Leipzig) edition, 1839-1846.)


(MORE ON THE WAY - AS SOON AS I FIND IT)

Here's something for you to look at.

A map of the Galician Administrative Districts:
http://www.pgsa.org/galizien.htm