[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] Graumann, Lindrick, Gen(d)rik, Dzikowska of Obrzebin

Rose Ingram roseingram at shaw.ca
Fri Apr 14 09:09:50 PDT 2006

Hello Tina,

I checked the collection of names in the SGGEE Pedigree Database (Member's 
only area) and see a Josef (born about 1828) to Friedrich Wilhelm Gaumann 
(died 1880 in Obrezebin) and Franziska Dzikowski.
Josef was married twice, once in 1848 to Julianne PECH (who died in 1867), 
and once 1874 to Julianne HASE.   I do not see a wife Auguste, but she may 
have been the second wife.

Do you have a birth year for Pauline Graumann?

All information on this family came from the microfilmed records of Turek 
church books.

Rose Ingram
SGGEE Research

From: Tina
> Hi,
> I am searching information on the surnames Graumann, Lindri(c)k (or 
> possibly
> Gendrik/Genrik) and Dzikowska of the Turek area.
> I have several old documents in which the surnames unfortunately are 
> spelled
> very differently. But what I know is the following:
> Pauline Graumann (my g grandmother) was the daughter of Josef Graumann and
> his wife Auguste Lin(d)rick (or possibly Gendrik/Genrik).
> Josef was a miller. He deceased in Obrzebin (near Turek) on 26 Feb, 1902.
> Auguste deceased in Obrzebin on 14 Mar, 1874 and her husband married 
> again.
> Josef's parents were Wilhelm Graumann and Franziska Dzikowska.
> In my family it is told that my g grandmother's ancestors originally were
> from Swabia and that they came to the Turek (?) area because of the
> manifesto of Catherine the Great. Some of Pauline's relatives - I don't 
> know
> their last names - emigrated to Milwaukee, Wisconsin and to South America.
> Thanks for every further information,
> Tina

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