[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] Labour Camp Death Records
dougclau at cybertime.net
Tue Jun 29 21:34:32 PDT 2004
I couldn't help from replying to this one. Is, or was, Christian Haupt
a Lutheran? And if so, are there any descendents on the East Coast of
I have a cousin who is the widow of a Haupt, who was a Lutheran
minister, and it just got to my curiosity.
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Thank you so much for giving me a better picture of the times in which
great grandfather Christian Haupt and his family may have experienced.
I mentioned the letters about Memelland in the mid to late 20s only
there was a story in the family that Christian and his family, decided
return to Volhynia, and I am only assuming that they were among those
leave in 1915, but instead may have eventually gotten to the area known
Memelland. That was the reason for the question regarding being allowed
freely go elsewhere after being forced to leave Volhynia.
No one wishes more than I that those letters still existed.
they are only a vague memory of an 84 year old uncle, of envelopes
"Memelland." My grandfather, Edward Haupt, was a very private man and
little of his history with his children or grandchildren. I think this
have been the case of many of our ancestors who lived thru those
Again, Dick, thank you so much for your history lesson.
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