[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] Re: Town of Grojetz/HAUPT

Jerry Frank jkfrank at shaw.ca
Mon Jun 16 11:25:02 PDT 2003

Further to my previous message, there is a town called Grojec (would 
definitely be spelled Grojetz) about 45 km south of Warsaw but there is no 
reference to Haupts in that area.  Doesn't mean they were not there - just 
that we do not have any in the databases.

There are actually at least 11 Grojec in all of Poland.  At least one of 
them is in Posen which would have been Prussia if that is where you are 
expecting them to be from.  It is about 22 km SW of Wrzesnia (48 km W of 

At 12:21 AM 16/06/2003 -0400, jschu9014 at aol.com wrote:
>I recently received the EWZ papers for Amanda Haupt Nickel born in
>Glickstal/Bubny in Volhynia and may be the sister of Pauline Haupt Nickel 
>whose photo I
>found in an old album belonging to my Aunt Herta Haupt.  Amanda's father,
>Gottfried Haupt is listed as being born in GROJETZ .  I tried the JewishGen
>ShtetlSeeker and got back 25 variations on spelling, but none of them were 
>the same.  Is it possible this might be the village of "GRODZIEC" found on 
>far boarder of Poland near Prussia?
>Other towns near Grodziec are Zagarow, Konin and Slupca.  Was this area ever
>a part of Prussia and if so, when?  Where would records dating 1845 to 
>1870 be
>held if they are available at all?

Jerry Frank - Calgary, Alberta
jkfrank at shaw.ca 

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