Clara, sorry so late--hope you still look in on this Web site. I have the Russian records. Unfortunately, it is in a Russian script that is apparently very old, so my Polish researcher could not translate the records too quickly. Anyway, for your enjoyment (if you can enjoy records that you cannot read), I have attached the following (if it lets me attach this many documents):
1. A GED version of the side of the family that includes Bobrowksis/as as both ancestor and godmothers;
2. A copy of the birth announcement for Jan Niedzwiecki, born 9 May 1850 in Popowo (on line 8 you will find his mother's name as Anna [Anny] Borowska and in line 11 you will find his godmother's Borowska name);
3. A copy of the birth announcement of Kaatarzyna Niedzwiecka, born 4 March 1854 in Popowo (line 7/8 contains her mother's name--same as for Jan as he was her brother--and line 10 is her Borowska godmother); and
4. A copy of the birth announcement for Marianna Niedzwiecka, daughter of Jan Niedwiecki, born 7 June 1875 in Popowo (line 17 identifies her godmother--my translator told me it is Borowska, but I cannot identify any of the letters that would make it so).
Hope you enjoy these. Marilyn
P.S. I just previewed this message, and it doesn't look like the GED version of the descendant tree is attached. I will try to attach that separately in a separate post to yours.