Within 1942–1944 Józefa and Józef Marć were hiding at least twelve Jews in the attic of his house in Jedlicze in a specially built hideout. Among them there were the Fries family members: Szymon, Feiga, Leon, Herman, Erna (later husband’s name Bart), Hanka, Rózka (also Róża, husband’s name Helbstein), Bronka and Dawid. Anna Kriegel ( later husband’s name Liberman), Max Kriegel and Salka November also were hiding at the Marć family. Zub family living in the neighbourhood actively engaged in helping the Jews hidden at the Marć family. Weronika and her son priest Stanisław Zub (Zborowski) systematically supplied Jews with food. Mieczysław Marć (son of Józef and Józefa) was also involved in providing help and he also delivered food for the hidden persons. Stefan Marć, son of Mieczysław, reminisced that his father had brushed against death many times during the war. For example, one of the hidden Jewish women wanted to see his brother imprisoned in the camp in Szebnie, and Mieczysław Marć went with her and they met a German patrol near Moderówka. They pretended married couple going to the dentist so the woman’s face was wrapped with a cloth. Another time he went to the sawmill in Krosno where Jewish friend Szymon collected food for the Jews from Jedlicze. It so happened that Marć went to the German guard who had not had an appointment with Szymek but the German guard surprised by the situation gave food to the Pole. Returning by train from Krosno to Jedlicze Marć stood on the steps in order to hide from the German patrol and in the end he happily returned home. Many inhabitants knew about the hidden Jews but they did not denounce anyone. All survived the war; rescued Jews gave the farmers a few ares of land and left Poland to the USA and Canada. For many years they contacted the Marć family sending letters and packages.