Samuel lived in Pless at the time of his marriage and his first child, Leo, was born there. Martha and Eveline were born in Gleiwitz, and Max in Lublinitz. His last three children, Paula, Oskar and Paul, were all born in Koenigshuette between 1877 and 1881.
In Kaethe Halberstaedter’s "Borinski" notes she placed the word "(Koenigshuette)" between the brothers Louis and Samuel; Louis' business was in Kattowitz and he retired to Breslau, so the "(Koenigshuette)" probably refers to Samuel rather than Louis.
KH notes that his wife, Rosalie Apt, came from Koenigshuette.
The 1892 Upper Silesia business directory lists a Samuel Borinski as owner of a kolonialwaarenhandel business (the same profession as his paternal grandfather and brothers Louis and Wilhelm) in Koenigshuette.
An 1893 address book for Koenigshuette lists a "Sum. Borinski" sic at Kaiserstrasse 59.
During the 1880s Samuel advertised a diverse range of goods including nuts, barrels of salted herring and church candles at his premises in Kaiserstrasse (ul. Wolności), Krolewska Huta.
My 2 x great grandfather.
Kaethe Halberstaedter’s "Borinski" notes;
Kaethe Halberstaedter’s "Kate Halberstadter" notes (with Fritz Danziger on the reverse);
JRI-Poland - married 23/02/1865;
JRI-Poland - birth date taken from a record for a Samuel Borinski born to Adolf in Sohrau;
1892 business address book for Upper Silesia;
sbc.org.pl - Katolik, 1881, R. 14, nr 10;
sbc.org.pl - Katolik, 1884, R. 17, nr 29;
sbc.org.pl - Katolik, 1885, R. 18, nr 11;
sbc.org.pl - Katolik, 1885, R. 18, nr 26;
sbc.org.pl - Katolik, 1885, R. 18, nr 48;
sbc.org.pl - Katolik, 1886, R. 19, nr 39;
sbc.org.pl - Katolik, 1887, R. 20, nr 100;
sbc.org.pl - Katolik, 1888, R. 21, nr 8;
sbc.org.pl - Katolik, 1888, R. 21, nr 101;
sbc.org.pl - Katolik, 1888, R. 21, nr 102;
sbc.org.pl - view of Kaiserstrasse, Koenigshuette;
adressbuecher.genealogy.net - citation of address book for Koenigshuette.
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