Tupadly – Gmina Inowroclaw – Slownik Geograficzny Translations
Below is my translation of the Słownik Geograficzny Krolestwa Polskiego entry for Tupadły. Any errors in the translations are completely my own.
Current administrative location: Tupadły, Gmina Inowrocław, Powiat Inowrocław, Województwo Kujawsko-Pomorskie, Poland.
Administrative location in 1895 (Słownik Geograficzny Krolestwa Polskiego): Tupadly, Kreis Inowroclaw, Regierungsbezirk Bromberg, Provinz Posen, Kaiserlich Deutsches Reich.
1) Sometimes called Tupadła. An estate located in powiat Inowrocław. It is located about 14 kilometers north of Inowrocław and Pakość. It is elevated 84 meters above sea level. Tupadły belongs to the Catholic Parish in Liszkowo and the Protestant Parish in Dąbrowa (German name: Elsendorf). There is a railway station and post office located in Złotniki (German name: Gueldenhof). Tupadły has 7 houses with 132 inhabitants (88 Catholics and 44 Protestants) and 274 hectares of land (260 hectare of farmland and 6 hectare of meadows. In 1891, according to the latest Kirstein’s statistics book, Tupadly had 407.67 hectares of land). Tupadły specializes in sugar beet farming.
In 1488, the Bishop of Pozńan, Piotr of Bnin, promoted the Kościelec Parish to a collegiate church from funds received as a tithe from the Tupadły estate (Kod. Dypl. Pol., II, 572). In 1583, Barbara Kaczkowska inherited a payment of 5 łan of peasant land and 3 crofts.
Słownik Geograficzny Krolestwa Poliskiego – Warsaw [1895, vol.12, p.626]. Retrieved from http://www.mimuw.edu.pl/polszczyzna/SGKP/SG12.djvu?djvuopts&page=626