[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] Fwd: Ziemer

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Date: Wed, 19 Feb 2003 18:27:59 EST
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       Seeing the name August Ziemer on-line is very exciting for me.  This 
is the first time that I've ever run across the name Ziemer, on-line or 
anyplace else, other than my own family.
       My information is very sketchy.  
       Julia Ziemer (m. Gottlieb Arndt) was my great-grandmother.  She named 
her 2nd son August and her 4th daughter Augusta.  (Arndt was their last name 
of course, but she have been naming them after a brother or father.)
       Julia was of German descent, born in Poland.  Since her children were 
born in the 1850-1870 time frame, I would guess her birthdate as 1825-35.  
One of her daughters (Amalia, my grandmother) was born in (sounds like) 
Pschedetz, Poland.   Amalia was married in Zhitomir, Volhynia, in 1894.  I 
don't know if Julia migrated to Volhynia too, or whether she stayed in 
       If any of this means anything to any one, please respond.
       Thank you very much.
                         jsalido at aol.com      

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