Dr. of medicine Antoni Bohdanowicz, son of Teofil (Snuff Guard) and Anastazja Mocarska, born in Jaziewo near Augustów on November 4, 1858. After leaving the Kingdom of Poland, he began medical studies in France. His specialty was urology. In 1892 he married the painter Anna Bilińska (1856-1893), who is buried in Powązki Cemetery, where according to family tradition Antoni was also buried (no inscription). After the death of his wife, Antoni Bohdanowicz worked as a doctor in Mexico, in Biarritz, and from 1901 in Nice. During the war he served French Army, and then in the Army of General Haller. After World War I, he worked in several places in Poland. He became the Chief Physician of the Central Zborna Station in Kraków, later he worked in Łomża, and then in Sieradz and Maciejowice, he died in Warsaw on November 28, 1928. Antoni Bohdanowicz published several books: "For The Sick And The Healthy" Warszawa 1902, memories from Mexico "In The Hospital", "Błędny ognik", "Memories From Mexico", Warsaw 1902 and "Anna Bilińska according to her journal, letters and press reviews." Warsaw 1928 by his own publishing house.