[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] Descendants of Daniel Krause?

Bronwyn Klimach bronklimach at gmail.com
Mon Sep 7 01:04:53 PDT 2009

Krause may be the spelling in your father's Bible, however that does not
mean that is how this family's name will spelt elsewhere.  I have Polish
Krause/Krauzes (from around Suwalki), but will not bore you with detail.
Certainly in records added to SGGEE database you will expect the German
Krause spelling.
Gunther also points out that the Kraus/ze surname is very common in both
Germany and Poland - you will most likely rely on its connection with other
less common names.
Good luck!
On Mon, Sep 7, 2009 at 4:46 AM, Dave Krause <davidekrause at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi Bronwyn;
> My older brother has my dad's bible and that is how dad's name is spelled.
> There are just enough missing records that the trail is hard to follow.  I
> was hoping that a Krause may also be involved with SGGEE and could "short
> circuit" some generations of the family.  Daniel and my grandfather are the
> only two that seem to have survived to adulthood.
> Take care, Dave
> On Sun, Sep 6, 2009 at 7:35 PM, Bronwyn Klimach <bronklimach at gmail.com>wrote:
>> Dave,
>> In addition to what Joe has told you, do not forget that in Poland Krause
>> will possibly be spelt Krauze.
>> Kind regards,
>> Bronwyn.
>>   On Thu, Sep 3, 2009 at 3:31 AM, Dave Krause <davidekrause at gmail.com>wrote:
>>>  Hi all;
>>> I'm seeking contact with descendants of Daniel and Rosine (Hirsch)
>>> Krause.
>>> Rosine Hirsch is the daughter of Johann and Anna Ekaterina (Zilberman)
>>> Hirsch.  Daniel is the son of Christian and (Anna) Luise (Schiller)
>>> Krause.
>>> Daniel was born about 1859 and Rosine was born about 1862.  The families
>>> lived in the Grodziec, Poland area and attended the Lutheran Church
>>> there.
>>> Any information will be appreciated.  Thank you,
>>>  --
>>> Take care, Dave Krause  (USA)
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