[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] Labour Camp Death Records
colnels at telus.net
Wed Jun 30 09:45:58 PDT 2004
The Expropriation of Land from the Germans in Volhynia has two Haupt's and
one Mincho all from the Novograd Volynsk Used. There was Ferdinand father
Gottfried Haupt from Miropol, Luchistaya and Gottliieb father August Haupt
from Rogachev, Libakhin. And there was Michael father Jacob Mincho from
Baranovka, Sechastlivaya. The translation by Brent Mai does not list the
amount of land expropriiated.and the translation of names is very lacking.
Ittermann for example was translated as Sterman.
The Expropriation is linked with the Deportation as it took place at
apporximately the same time.
Hopes this helps.
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Sent: Sunday, June 27, 2004 7:33 PM
Subject: Re: [Ger-Poland-Volhynia] Labour Camp Death Records
> 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
> Wilhelmine Mincho b. 1873 in Glueckstal/Bubny (a tiny village near
> several children, Olga b. 1906, Reinhold b. 1909 and Elsa b. aprox. 1912.
> 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
> 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,
> to the Labor Camps and/or did many die while being transported to the
> 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
> anyone can give me a lead, it would be greatly appreciated.
> Searching For: Haupt, Mincho, Stohl (or Stoll) Rathfelder, Gangnus,
> Schultz, Ellerbruch, Giertz
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