[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] Where is Buczewie/Budzewiec? - NeumannResearch
Jutta.Dennerlein at t-online.de
Fri Aug 31 01:35:58 PDT 2007
I can only assume that the place you are looking for might be Bilczew,
located at N 52,28542? and E 18,4244?.
It is not too far from Lubstow to be mentioned without any further
Albert Breyer mentions Bilczew as a German settlement with a school in
1919. According to his classification the inhabitants have been
"Pommern" and "Maerker".
I would like to bring you in contact with someone in Poland who is
looking for Neumann in roughly the same area.
If you are interested, please contact me directly.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: ger-poland-volhynia-bounces at eclipse.sggee.org
> [mailto:ger-poland-volhynia-bounces at eclipse.sggee.org] On
> Behalf Of Ron Neuman
> Sent: Friday, August 31, 2007 3:36 AM
> To: ger-poland-volhynia at eclipse.sggee.org
> Subject: [Ger-Poland-Volhynia] Where is Buczewie/Budzewiec? -
> I have been away for two days, and based on Jerry's recent email, I
> realize that my message was one that "lost the text".
> Let's try again - here is the text that I sent with the original
> message. Hopefully it will make more sense now.
> I have copies of the death records for a father and son (Johann
> Neumann and Andreas Neumann) who are my ancestors. The death record
> for the father, Johann Neumann, is from the Lubstow Catholic Church
> records (about 5 km south of Sompolno). The death record for the
> son, Andreas Neumann, is from the the Sompolno Lutheran
> Church records.
> Copies of my translations of the records are shown below, and Jerry
> Frank has looked at the originals and agreed that I have generally
> translated them correctly.
> My question pertains to the place of birth that is listed in both of
> the death records - it is spelled Buczewie in Johann's death record,
> and Budzewiec in Andreas's death record. I suspect strongly that it
> would be the same village. Can anyone help me with the location of
> this village?
> Johann Neumann - DEATH: Catholic Church records for Lubstow,
> Microfilm #0,746,759; LDS; Death records for 1819; "Year one
> eight hundred nineteen on the 16th day of March in front of the
> parish priest of Lubstow in his duty as civil registrar in the
> village of Lubstow, district of Pyzdrskiego, in the province of
> Kalisch, came Andreas Nowak, colonist, son of the deceased, age 50
> years, and Michael Hermann, also a colonist, age 36 years, both
> living in Wierzelin, and declared to us, a death on the 14th day of
> March of the current year, at the hour of 12:00 noon, there died in
> the house of his son; Jan Nowak, age 82 years, born in
> Buczewie. This document of death was read to those present
> and then signed."
> Andreas Neumann - DEATH: Lutheran Evang. Church Records for
> Sompolno, Poland; 1849-1854; Microfilm Number 0,758,348; Death
> #188 for 1849; "It happened in Sompolno on the 7th/19th of September
> in the year 1849 at the hour of seven in the evening. There
> presented themselves Gottfryd Neumann, farmer age 28 years, and
> Krystof Schmidt, farmer age 55 years, both living in Wierzelin, and
> they testified that on yesterday that at the hour of 4:00 in the
> morning, in Wierzelin, Andreas Neumann died, widower and tenant
> farmer in Wierzelin, age 67 years, born in Budziewic, son of Jan and
> Krystyny Neumann. There was ascertainment by eyewitness concerning
> the death of Andreas Neumann. This entry was read to those present
> whom the first was a son of the deceased and the second a ? of
> the deceased." The age of 67 years at the time of death would place
> his year of birth as about 1782.
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