on executions and mass graves

Township: Krajno-Parcele
Commune: Górki
District: Kielce
Voivodeship: Kielce

1. Date and place of execution:

23 June 1943

2. Type of execution:


3. Personal data of the murdered victims:

Poles, Jews, foreigners: Poles

Number of murdered victims: 28

The victims were brought in from: The victims were herded in from: Krajno I, Krajno II and Krajno-Parcele

Surname, age, occupation, address:

1) Waldon Jan, 30 years old, farmer,

2) Kowal Józef, 43 years old, farmer,

3) Jamrożek Józef, 33 years old, farmer,

4) Szlufik Stanisław, 30 years old, farmer,

5) Susło Jan, 18 years old, farm worker,

6) Tofil Franciszka, 60 years old, farmer,

7) Niburski Jan, 43 years old, farmer,

8) Niburska Antonina, 30 years old, farmer,

9) Sobieraj Franciszka, 48 years old, farmer,

10) Szlufik Adam, 55 years old, farmer,

11) Szlufik Jan, 19 years old, farm worker,

12) Kurcz Michał, 40 years old, farmer,

13) Borycki Mieczysław, 14 years old, farm worker,

14) Borycki Franciszek, 33 years old, farmer,

15) Niburski Władysław, 25 years old, farmer,

16) Kowal Antoni, 45 years old, farmer,

17) Bedrowski Stanisław, 20 years old, farm worker,

18) Zalus Józef, 45 years old, farm worker,

19) Damazy Ginter, 30 years old, farmer,

20) Tofil Franciszka, 40 years old, farmer

I would like to add that the village administrators do not remember the names and surnames of 8 people.

4. Is it known what the victims were accused of, whether the execution was carried out in retaliation, etc.?

The inhabitants of Krajno were suspected of taking part in guerrilla actions.

5. Who carried out the execution?

Gendarmes from Bieliny and neighboring stations.

6. Are the surnames of the perpetrators known?

Dunkier, Gierink, Wagner; other surnames remain unknown.

7. Were the corpses burnt or destroyed in any other way?

Each corpse was buried at its execution site.

8. Where were the corpses buried?

The corpses were buried in fields and even roads, that is each was buried where he or she had been executed.

9. Description of the grave:

10. Was there an official exhumation? Were the corpses buried officially, and if so, where?

An exhumation was carried out in June this year on the decree of the District Board and the corpses were buried in the parish cemetery in Krajno-Parcele.

11. Are there any grounds for exhumation in the future?

On 28 September 1945, the contents of the above questionnaire were officially certified by Jan Zielonka, the head of Górno commune, with the Municipal Court in Daleszyce.