[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] Descendants of Daniel Krause?
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
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.
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:
>> In addition to what Joe has told you, do not forget that in Poland Krause
>> will possibly be spelt Krauze.
>> Kind regards,
>> 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)
>>> Rosine Hirsch is the daughter of Johann and Anna Ekaterina (Zilberman)
>>> Hirsch. Daniel is the son of Christian and (Anna) Luise (Schiller)
>>> Daniel was born about 1859 and Rosine was born about 1862. The families
>>> lived in the Grodziec, Poland area and attended the Lutheran Church
>>> Any information will be appreciated. Thank you,
>>> Take care, Dave Krause (USA)
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> Take care, Dave
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