I've had a bookmark from Falkenberg in Poland since Larry found it ages ago. If the correct village comes up when you click the link, you'll see "Goszczowice-Guschwitz" but if not, click one village down on the list on the left (makes sense, right?)
Our great-great grandmother was Catherine Schallwig. She was Anton Otremba's wife and the mother of Paul Hesch's wife, Mary. We went looking for evidence of either family in the little villages of Oberschleisen, and found a shoemaker named Otremba in Golschwitz and an oil dealer in Guschwitz by the name of Schallwig.
Google translates it from Polish like this:
Goszczowice belonged to the Catholic parish in the passes, but it also had its own little church branch. In addition to the two inns (Hilger and Greedy), worked in a bakery (Wolf), colonial goods store (Gorzawski), tailor (Bauch), cobbler (Rothkugel) , various goods store (Pankalla), horse trader (Bogon), basketball (Kischke) and three oil traders (Janaschke, Schallwig, Welz).
(I assume there was no basketball dealer, but maybe a basket-maker?)
Golczowicach functioned in two taverns (Geppert and Raabe), 2 bakers (Kilian and Warzecha), 2 carpenters (Frach and Sobiray) a painter (Glombek), 2 shoemakers (Otremba and Lukossek), 2 workshops, cycling (Poguntke and Pyka), 2 wicker baskets wholesale (Stampka) and a seamstress (Sinschek).
Catherine would have been the legendary wife who had to make do back home while her husband Anton walked to the Holy Land.
Now, you know!