[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] Assistance with Marzinke from Kalish in Russian Poland

Rose Ingram roseingram at shaw.ca
Sun Mar 29 11:24:12 PDT 2009


It is possible that Michael came from or was born in Kalisch / Kalisz town or a village in surrounding area, in Poland, and his family migrated to Volhynia in the 1860's.  

I see that Emilie Adam's mother is a Roesler.  There are plenty of Adam and Roesler families in the Wladyslawow-Dabie-Poddibice parishes (area north of Kalisch) which leads me to think that possibly the Marzinke and Adam families may have known each other here, and settling in the same area in Volhynia. 

My two cents worth in trying to connect the dots.

Rose Ingram
  From: Walter Marzinke 
  Sent: Saturday, March 28, 2009 

  In my father's  EWZ records I have established that his father, Michael Marzinke (1862) came from Kalish.  He married an Emilie Adam in 1885 in Zhitomir Parish.  I believe the family were Lutherans.  Michael's father was Daniel Marzinke.  Michael's mother maiden name might have been a  Siewert. 
  I assume that when reference is made to Kalish there might be another village where I might be able to find records for birth, marriage, etc.  Any help would be appreciated. In a couple records I also found the name spelled with Marzinki.  Appreciate any help.

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