[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] Re Vohlynian deportations
FranklySpeaking at shaw.ca
Fri Apr 22 19:06:39 PDT 2005
Sorry Ed but in almost 20 years of research, I have never seen Lodz
referred to as Lutzk. There is not equivalency there.
At 03:49 PM 22/04/2005, Ed S wrote:
>Lutzk is also Lodz which was changed to Litzmannstadt
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> > Dick Stein,
> > I just joined this mailing list on a suggestion from another post-lister.
> > Your post in the archives (8 July 2004) was of interest to me.
> > 1.
> > My grandmother's family came from Volhynia, Russia. I found their births,
> > marriages, etc on the jewishgen site a number of years ago. My
> > brother's wife came from Lutsk. I can't find my jewishgen site that listed
> > births, etc. Is that where you found your information, and if so, can you
> > me the exact URL for that page?
> > 2.
> > An 88 year old daughter states that it was Lutsk, POLAND. Looking at
> > it states that Lutsk was in Russia until WWI same as Volynia. Any thoughts
> > this?
> > 3.
> > My grandmother's records are missing a number of "middle" children. How
> > you find all the information that you have, since they moved from town to
> > Any advice, suggestions would be appreciated.
> > Thank you,
> > Nellie.
> > your post:
> > I also have information of a Volhynian family who were not deported to
> > theeast during WW I. The parents were both born, in 1892 and 1898, in
> > about midway between Wladimir-Wolynski and Lutsk. They married on15
> > 1916 (yes, the year is 1916 on the document I have -Registration No. 15 in
> > 1916 evangelisch-augsburgischen parish) in Lutsk (itis Luck, Russia on the
> > document). The first child was born in April 1917 atGraudens, West
> > next four children were born in Kreis Wladimir,Volhynia from 16 June 1918
> > April 1925. Then five more children were bornin Kreis Gerdauen, which I
> > is in East Prussia, from January 1927 toMarch 1940. I have encountered
> > families who migrated in the 1920sfrom Polish Volhynia to East Prussia.
> > There must have been some incentivefor them to do so.The marriage document
> > indicates that the Lutheran parish in Lutsk, at least,continued to
>function after the
> > deportations.Dick Stein
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Jerry Frank - Calgary, Alberta
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