Srubsk – Gmina Inowroclaw – Slownik Geograficzny Translations
Below is my translation of the Słownik Geograficzny Krolestwa Polskiego entry for Śrubsk. Any errors in the translations are completely my own.
Current administrative location: Wierzbiczany, Gmina Inowrocław, Powiat Inowrocław, Województwo Kujawsko-Pomorskie.
Administrative location in 1895 (Słownik Geograficzny Krolestwa Polskiego): Wierzbiczany, Kreis Inowroclaw, Regierungsbezirk Bromberg, Provinz Posen, Kaiserlich Deutsches Reich.
Around 1223 it was known as Szrubsko or Sropsko, in 1268 it was known as Svirepsco, in 1382 and 1583 it was known as Srobsko, and it has been erroneously called Szubsko. A folwark belonging to the village of Wierzbiczany, powiat Inowrocław. Szrubsk is located 7 kilometers to the south of Gniewkowo, which is where the rail station is located. The parish and post office are located in Parchanie. Szrubsk belongs to the district of Gąski (Gonsk). Szrubsk has 3 houses with 103 inhabitants, and the total area of land is 348 hectares.
From the years 1065 and 1193, Szrubsk was the property of the Mogilno monastery (Kod. Wielkop.). Szrubsk is comparable to Ściborze, powiat Inowrocław. In 1223 (or possibly 1268), Duke Ziemomyśl of Kujawy, gave the Marulewy, Dalkowo, and Szrubsk knights a hospital with a star in Inowrocław, providing residents of these settlements German law (Kod. Dypl. Pol., I, 29 i A. Mosbach, Wiad., 26-9). In 1382, Władysław, Duke of Opole, certified in Inowrocław that Bieżdziad of Kołudy pledged Szrubsk to Jarosław, the Canon of Gnieźno, for a stack of 300 grosz praski. In 1583, Jan Sropski (not Szubski) had a 2 łan settlement and 2 farmsteads.
Słownik Geograficzny Krolestwa Poliskiego – Warsaw [1895, vol.12, p.47]. Retrieved from http://www.mimuw.edu.pl/polszczyzna/SGKP/SG12.djvu?djvuopts&page=47