[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] Draeger/Dreger in Krzepszew, Kutno Parish
remus at hawaii.edu
Fri Sep 15 23:59:42 PDT 2006
Does anyone know if and how the August Dreger family of Volhynia and MB is related to Doleres' Dreger family? Here are the details
AUGUST DRAGER was born Bef. 1851. He married PAULINE GRUENING .
Children of AUGUST DRAGER and PAULINE GRUENING are:
i. AUGUSTE2 DRAGER, b. October 12, 1871, Helanka, Volhynia.
ii. AUGUST DRAGER, b. October 17, 1873, Niespodsanke, Volhynia; m. AUGUSTE TESKE, January 30, 1898, Gretna, MB.
iii. AMALIE DRAGER, b. January 24, 1878, Schino, Volhynia.
iv. EMILIE DRAGER, b. March 24, 1879, Antonijew, Vohynia.
v. PAULINE DRAGER, b. July 30, 1882, Niezpodzianka, Volhynia.
> I can't answer any of your Dreger family questions at
> Mossbank/Rosenfeld but here is some info on the Pokrant/Dreger
> relationship in Rosenfeld.
> Albert Pokrant married Emma Barber Dreger - 16 Nov 1928 at Morris MB
> Gustav Pokrant married Vera Ottilie Dreger - 7 Sep 1934 at Morris MB
> Carl Leo Pokrant married Elsie Dreger - also 7 Sep 1934 at Morris MB
> Louis Pokrant married Bertha Dreger - 17 Sep 1938 at Morris MB.
> John Marsch
> I have resently been re-reading some information and found the
> following in
> the letter. This letter was in regards to Augusta Dreger Schmidtke.
> "Her parents were married in Przedecz in 1853 R18: 'Ludwig
> Dreger, age 18
> (R73 - 1834) born and living in Augustopol, son of Martin Dreger
> Karoline Freigang, married Wilhelmine Krebs, age 20, born
> Studzien and
> living in Augustopol, daughter of Wilhelm Krebs and Emilie
> Sometime after their marriage they lived in Krzepszew, Kutno
> Parish where
> two children were baptised, 1. 1858 R41 Wilhelm Dreger and 2.
> 1861 R41 Adolf
> Dreger. I presume they then moved to Volhynia where Augusta was
> then born.
> I also note that Augusta died in Morris, Man. I take it that
> she was
> related to the four Dreger sisters who married four Pokrant
> brothers at
> Rosenfeld, Man. These Dregers again were related to the Dregers
> Mossbank, Sask."
> This would be my family line as the Adolf Dreger is my great
> If anyone has a clue as to what the R numbers stand for would be
> While I have Draegers/Dregers on both sides of my maternal line,
> the Dregers
> at Mossbank are from my grandfathers side, while the Adolf
> Dregers as
> mentioned above are from my grandmothers side, and to date have
> found no
> relationship between the two. Am also curious as to the
> relationship with
> the Pokrants at Rosenfeld.
> Any assistance greatly appreciated.
> Thank you
> Delores Maduke
> Saskatoon, SK
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