Earl.Schultz at telusplanet.net
Sun Nov 4 20:10:28 PST 2007
Sorry...pushed the send button too soon with last message.
I know Walter is a common name but there are a lot in the Michalki, Rypin
records and sufficiently close to Sierpc that the marriage Otto is looking
for could be there. There are also a few Langa, which may be Langas, and,
of course, lots of Lang/Lange. I can search only 1865 and before. Later
records are only available through the Polish or German Archives.
Date: Sun, 04 Nov 2007 10:22:04 -0800
From: Rose Ingram <roseingram at shaw.ca>
Subject: Re: [Ger-Poland-Volhynia] Polish for Wolter?
To: Otto <otto at schienke.com>, GPV List
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If Wanda Langas was from Plonsk area, she Rudolf Walter could possibly
married in Plonsk church. The Pradziad database shows they have marriage
records up to 1905 in the Mlawa State Archives.
A marriage record of Rudolph and Wanda is necessary.
I have all of the Sichelberg/Sierpc microfilms on long-term hold at the
Kirtland, Ohio Family History Center.
To date it has not proved out to be a fruitful search.
Their first child Lydia, was born December 1905.
Wanda was born 1882- She may have married somewhere between the dates
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