[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] Radke connection?
benovich at montanadsl.net
Fri Oct 19 12:39:34 PDT 2001
Some years ago I wrote an article on German Baptists from Volhynia who
settled in St. Paul, MN. I discovered that a Marie Radke had married Karl
Hintz in the Baptist church in Neudorf about 1890. She was a daughter of
Karl and Amelia (Buchman) Radke, who had come to Volhynia from Koenigsberg.
Some of Marie's siblings were August, Karl, and perhaps a Heinrich (my
source was unsure). After a short stay in Tennessee, Marie and Karl moved
to Fessenden, ND. Connections were made with the Baptist church in St.
Paul, and 2 or 3 of their daughters married into families in that city.
Does any of this sound like these Radkes might be some of yours?
From: Robert Radke <rradke at telus.net>
To: ger-poland-volhynia at eclipse.sggee.org
<ger-poland-volhynia at eclipse.sggee.org>
Date: Wednesday, October 17, 2001 4:36 AM
Subject: [Ger-Poland-Volhynia] Franzdorf village in Volhynia, families
Krentz and Kelm
>Welcome all to our new mail list!
>Does anyone out there know the location of the village of Franzdorf in
>Volhynia, or anything about it? This village is given as the birthplace of
>my great aunt Pauline KRENTZ (b. 1879, daughter of Georg KRENTZ and
>KELM or KOLM) in the record of her marriage to Edward LENTZ in the church
>books of the Moravian Church at South Edmonton. Jerry Frank's best guess
>that the village was located somewhere north or north-west of Wolodarsk in
>eastern Volhynia, but cannot pinpoint the village more accurately than
>(This location is consistent with other family events, which are recorded
>Heimthal and Zhitomir.)
>--Robert Radke <rradke at telus.net>
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