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Dioniza Choroś
(Person)

Also known as: Dioniza Gradzik.

Genealogy

Children: Barbara Hanson, Danusia Trask

A march to Wellington's Cenotaph to support Poland's Solidarity (Solidarność) movement and protest against the Soviet occupation of Poland, 9 February 1981. Note the railway station in the background and the former Government Buildings on the right. Leading the march are (l-r) Zdzisław Lepionka (Polish Association President), Ludwik Kowalczyk, Mieczysław Murawski and Dioniza Choroś (Gradzik) Back: (l-r) Janina Marchewa, Aniela Adach, Krystyna Manterys, Helena Kasprzyk, Regina Błażewicz, Ewa Szczepańska, Jadwiga Haptaś, Józefa Wrotniak, Regina Karpik — Middle: (l-r) Bronsiława Lis, Stanisława Drozdowska, Maria Szczapa, Regina Zielińska, Dioniza Gradzik, Maria Rombel, Maria Naplocha, Helena Nawalaniec, Bożena Terlecka — Front: (l-r) Adela Jasionowicz, Anna Kowalska, Aniela Markowska, Genowefa Dźwiniel, Janina Szczapa, Franciszka Nowak Boarders at St Dominic's College in Dunedin, 1947. The Polish girls are: — Back: (l-r) Helena Chwieduk (1st), Anna Manterys (5th), Romualda Sokalska (6th), Dioniza Gradzik (7th) Irena Ćwirko-Godycka (8th), Stefania Manterys (12 th) — Front: (l-r) Zofia Rombel (2nd), Krystyna Czoba (3rd) Dioniza Choroś (Gradzik) on her graduation as a nurse at Wellington Hospital's Nurses' Home in 1951 Reunion Committee of the 60th Anniversity of the Arrival of Polish Children in New Zealand. — Standing (l-r) Stanisław Manterys, Józef Zawada, Tadeusz Reder, Halina Manterys, Michał Zagwojski, Mieczysław Lis, Jan Roy-Wojciechowski — Sitting (l-r) Janina Iwanica, Dioniza Choroś (Chairperson), Stefania Zawada, Stefania Sondej. (Absent: Father Bernard Bednarz, Emilia Jensen, Adam Manterys)

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