[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] Cilke and variations

Earl.Schultz Earl.Schultz at telusplanet.net
Sat Sep 9 19:59:24 PDT 2006

Cielke is also very common in the Rypin/Michalki area, north of the Vistula
and part of the Plock district.  The Michalki Parish records go from 1810 to
1865 and I have them indexed.  There is a Hermann Cielke born in 1854 that
could be the father of Otto.  If you have more information on your Henry,
please let me know.

Earl Schultz

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I also know that the Zielke family came from the Gostynin area between
and Warsaw.  My grandmother was from a village formerly known as  Koniecpol
near the Vistula River.   Part of this branch later settled  in the
OH area....my grandmother settled in the Scranton PA  area.

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