[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] Fwd: Ziemer

Howard Krushel krushelh at telus.net
Wed Feb 19 21:39:29 PST 2003

Pschedetz could very likely be Przedecz, a place that is difficult to
pronounce by anyone but those having a feel for the Polish language. Chodecz
too sounds somewhat like Pschedetz but I would opt for the former. Both had
a sizable German population at one time.
Howard Krushel
krushelh at telus.net
>        Julia was of German descent, born in Poland.  Since her children
> 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
> Poland.
>        If any of this means anything to any one, please respond.
>        Thank you very much.
>                          Jeanne
>                          jsalido at aol.com
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