joepessarra at suddenlink.net
Tue Oct 20 20:02:38 PDT 2009
Here is some other possibilities from ShetlSeeker. As Jerry mentioned, if
we are looking for a town in Volhynia, these probably aren't the ones being
searched for. The question might should be to the original poster, are they
sure the person comes from Volhynia.
This one is a lake, and out in the middle of nowhere in Russia. Probably
not the right place, but thought it was interesting.
Emilienlampi, Ozero Emiliyen-Lampi lake 62°30' N 31°39' E E M U G Russia
511.3 miles NNW of Moskva 55°45' N 37°37' E
And this one is in Poland, and NNE of Warszawa, so is probably wrong also,
if we are looking for a place in Volhynia.
Emilienruh, Szczodrowo populated place 54°15' N 22°26' E E M U G Poland
150.2 miles NNE of Warszawa 52°15' N 21°0' E
And this one in the Ukraine.
Koloniya Emilin populated place 50°41' N 28°45' E E M U G Ukraine 79.4
miles WNW of Kyyiv 50°26' N 30°31' E
Joe in Texas
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[mailto:ger-poland-volhynia-bounces at eclipse.sggee.org] On Behalf Of Jerry
Sent: Sunday, October 18, 2009 7:25 PM
To: Sandy Burke
Cc: ger-poland-volhynia at eclipse.sggee.org
Subject: Re: [Ger-Poland-Volhynia] HARTWIG
There have been a number of responses with possibilities. Please remember
first of all that we are, according to the question, limiting our options to
Volhynia which means that Polish or other European regions should not be
The location given as Emilcin is for that village only and is not an
equivalent to Emilien. There are still several options as Dick Stein
pointed out. In some previous correspondence that Sandy had with Bill
Remus, I noted the name of some other ancestors who lived in a village in
the Tuchin district near another village called Amelin. This should also be
considered a variant spelling because of the proximity of these villages.
Additional research regarding the ancestors will be necessary to narrow down
the correct one.
----- Original Message -----
From: Sandy Burke <sburke091 at comcast.net>
Date: Sunday, October 18, 2009 9:18 am
Subject: [Ger-Poland-Volhynia] HARTWIG
To: ger-poland-volhynia at eclipse.sggee.org
> Seeking the location of a village in Volhynia, Russia (1880"s)
> that looks like "Emilien" on the ship manifest from the SS Koln
> which landed in Baltimore in Feb. 1910. Family named
> Hartwig, nine children; parents were Gottlieb Hartwig and
> Julianne or Julia Mueller or Muller. The family were Lutheran.
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