[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] Occupation

Jerry Frank FranklySpeaking at shaw.ca
Thu Oct 18 22:28:55 PDT 2007

My German-English dictionary states that Schatulle = casket so it 
appears you are on the right track.

Jerry Frank - Calgary, Alberta
FranklySpeaking at shaw.ca

At 11:04 PM 18/10/2007, Karina V. Heffel wrote:
>I just found this in the Swedish-English dictionary:
>schatull = casket
>If that's true a "schatuller" should be a casket/coffin maker. Just 
>to make sure you're looking into the right language used in that 
>document you are trying to decipher go the language finder website I 
>mentioned in my previous e-mail and copy and paste a couple of 
>phrases at least (the more the better)' that way you know exactly 
>what dictionary to use.
>Good luck!
>"Schemioneck, Nell" <Nell.Schemioneck at AirservicesAustralia.com> 
>wrote: I have just found it in the records spelled Schatuller too.  But I also
>can't find that in any of the on-line dictionaries.
>Nell Schemioneck

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