village, Ostrołęka powiat, Dylewo gmina, Kadzidlo parish. In 1827 there were 35 houses there and 210 inhabitants; it currently has 1,362 mórgs of land.
Source: Słownik Geograficzny Królestwa Polskiego - Warsaw [1881, Vol. 2, p.245]
village, and Dylewo Dwór, folwark, Ostrołęka powiat, Dylewo gmina, Kadzidlo parish. The gmina office is here. In 1827 54 houses were counted here and 294 inhabitants; it currently covers 1,334 mórgs. Dylewo gmina has a population of 5,263, covering 18,611 mórgs, and the gmina court, district I, is in Kadzidlo, 6 wiorstas away; the post office is in Ostrołęka, 13 wiorstas away. The gmina includes: Chudek, Czarnostrzew, Dylewo-nowe, D.-stare, Gleba, Jeglewiec, Kadzidlo, Kamienowizna, Karaska, Kierzek, Kuczynskie, Lodziska, Obierwia, Olszewka, Piasecznia, Siarki, Strzalki, Szafarnia, Szarczalaka, and Szwedrowy Most, all peasant villages. The rural people (namely in Dylewo) produce linen [or "cloth"].
Source: Słownik Geograficzny Królestwa Polskiego - Warsaw [1881, Vol. 2, p. 245]
These translations, by William F. Hoffman, first appeared in the November 1998 and Winter 1996-1997 issues of "Bulletin of the Polish Genealogical Society of America" respectively.