[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] Labour Camp Death Records

JSchu9014 at aol.com JSchu9014 at aol.com
Sun Jun 27 18:33:51 PDT 2004

This is a topic I have been interested in for some time.  I have been 
searching for my Great Grandfather Christian Haupt b. approx 1868, his wife 
Wilhelmine Mincho b. 1873 in Glueckstal/Bubny (a tiny village near Baranowka), and 
several children, Olga b. 1906, Reinhold b. 1909 and Elsa b. aprox. 1912.  There 
were two more children Ottomar b. 1907
and Ewald b. 1913.  The very last record found was the death of Ewald on 
11/12/1914.  After that, the entire family disappeared without a trace.

My grandfather Edward Haupt, oldest son of Christian and Wilhelmine left home 
in Bubny in 1911.  He would only say that his entire family "was gone".  I 
often wondered if entire families were taken away, families broken up, when sent 
to the Labor Camps and/or did many die while being transported to the camps?  
Were any records kept on those that were subject to "deportation"?  

I have been hitting a brick wall on the Haupt research for some years so if 
anyone can give me a lead, it would be greatly appreciated.

Searching For:  Haupt, Mincho, Stohl (or Stoll) Rathfelder, Gangnus, Doweidt, 
                        Schultz, Ellerbruch, Giertz

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