[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] Jabs and Boehm from Makowisko was: New Subcriber - Roll Call

Jutta Dennerlein Jutta.Dennerlein at t-online.de
Wed Mar 24 02:47:53 PST 2004


it is very nice to hear that your grandmother was born in Makowisko!
I hope that the old Lady is well and that you can enjoy many more of her

My grandfather's name was Jabs and therefore a big part of my researches are
concentrated on that name.
My gg-grandparents were Michael Jabs and Eufrosine Schwentke. They married
1836 in Lipno and lived in Makowisko. I have seen the name Boehm mentioned
as witness on many of the Jabs church records. It appeared so often, that I
thought they must have been cousins and always expected a Jabs/Boehm
marriage about 1815. But I haven't found any so far.
Since you are looking for both names, there obviously has been a later
Jabs/Boehm marriage.

Maybe we can find the 'missing link'.


-----Original Message-----
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[mailto:ger-poland-volhynia-bounces at eclipse.sggee.org]On Behalf Of Aaron
Sent: Wednesday, March 24, 2004 12:33 AM
To: ger-poland-volhynia at eclipse.sggee.org
Subject: [Ger-Poland-Volhynia] New Subcriber - Roll Call

Good day everyone,

I have recently become a new subscriber and, thus far, much of the
information I have read has been quite interesting. My family actually hails
from the Dobriner Land -- Kreis Lipno specifically. My father was born in
the village of Lentzen (Wlecz) and most of his fathers side resided there as
well; on my grandmother's side (my father's mother) she was born in the
village of Wolschebuden (Makowisko) along with most of her family. My
grandmother actually just turned 94 this year and the stories that she has
told me over the years have been fascinating --- I am still amazed on how
well she can recall events and the lineage of her family (she has been an
invaluable resource to me in researching our family).

Nonetheless, I am quite interested in receiving any information on any Jabs
or Boehm (Bohm, Bem) families that have resided in this area and in its
history in general. Thanks for any information you can pass along and I look
forward to making some contributions to the forum soon.

Take care

Aaron Jabs

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