[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] Ludwig Trauntner - born Plotz 1886
Jutta.Dennerlein at t-online.de
Mon Mar 15 01:20:30 PST 2004
yes, Plotz is another (unofficial, 'germish') spelling of Plock.
The LDS has microfilmed Roman Catholic Church Records for Plock.
To find the right film use Place Search for Plock on the following web page:
And pick the link under Plock (Plock). The Church Records for 1886 will be
Sorry, but I can't help you with the ships and ports.
From: ger-poland-volhynia-bounces at eclipse.sggee.org
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Sent: Monday, March 15, 2004 6:31 AM
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Subject: [Ger-Poland-Volhynia] Ludwig Trauntner - born Plotz 1886
I am trying to research my G.F. His papers state he was born in Plotz. I
suggest this would be Plotzk which is now Plock in Poland. At that time of
couse it was Russian. In about 1890 he with his elder brother and their
Mother sailed for Canada. On the voyage the Mother died. Both young boys
arrived in Canada as orphans and wer placed on a farm (Unknown where) Elder
boy (Johann) ran off to USA and they never met again. Luwig ran off also to
USA when about 15yrs (1901?)He spoke of New York, the Bronx and Pittsburg.
He worked on ships which I believe were a German line. He sailed to Africa
several times. He ended up in England in WW1 and served in France with the
Middlesex Regiment. He left that regiment in 1919 and his discharge papers
state he joined the Polish Army. I do not know if he served in the
Russo-Polish war of 1919-21.
Can anyone please advise if Plotz is indeed another spelling of Plock. As he
was a Catholic what organisations would be best searched for his Polish
roots. Can anyone suggest how we can find out what ship from which port he
would have departed from to end up in Canada as a child.
Please reply to jamie_trauntner at hotmail.com
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