[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] req for help *** Saskgenealogical Society ***
hgillespie at rogers.com
Sun Sep 6 11:10:27 PDT 2009
Am not a member of the Sask Genealogy group, but there is a Lidia Lachman listed in the 1911 Census in Provencher, Manitoba with husband Andreas and a number of children. Perhaps the same family....?
In order to see the actual census page - click on the split view at the topp of the page - which will open a new window - and you can then see more information.
You can also search the BMD database for Manitoba - search both Lachman and Lachmann
Transcriptions are not wonderful - spelling can be haphazard with unfamiliar names.
The Saskatchewan Vital statistics website is only births and deaths - and either not very complete - or the transcriptions are very bad.
Am interested also because my great grandmother Auguste Bethke (nee Schulz) married a Lach or Lachman (family legend is not clear) after 1900 when her husband August Bethke died - and then she too died in 1919. I don't know whether he went to America or Canada - where children from his first marriage went. They did not have children together. A loose end I will not likely solve.
--- On Sun, 9/6/09, Christoph <my.mailbox.acm at googlemail.com> wrote:
> From: Christoph <my.mailbox.acm at googlemail.com>
> Subject: [Ger-Poland-Volhynia] req for help *** Saskgenealogical Society ***
> To: ger-poland-volhynia at eclipse.sggee.org
> Received: Sunday, September 6, 2009, 5:37 PM
> Hello everybody
> In one of the online databases of the Saskgenealogical
> Society I ve found
> informations about the burial of Lachman Lydia + 1930 in
> Rush Lake
> I can´t open the view button because I am not a
> member of the
> Saskgenealogical Society
> Maybe someone is able to have a look the information
> above Lydia
> thks from Germany
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