[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] Grodziec in Poland 1860

Dr. Frank Stewner dr.stewner at t-online.de
Thu Sep 10 23:49:04 PDT 2009

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> Krause
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> Subject: [Ger-Poland-Volhynia] Descendants of Daniel Krause?

Hi all,
a search today gives all Grodziec in Poland of today.
But 9 of these villages were not laying in Poland of 1860, the so called 
Congress Poland.
The Grodziec in Bielsko was laying in the Austrian Empire and 8 were laying 
in the German Empire.
Only Grodziec in Konin and in Plock were laying in Poland of that time.
And only the first is mentionned in the Jerry Frank Index and on his map 
I-4. It has today 1413 inhabitants.
I propose to look for that one.
Frank Stewner

> 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)
> +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
> There are 11 Grodziec locations in Poland.  Do you know which one you 
> want?
> Here is what Multimap at http://www.multimap.com/  finds for a search for
> Grodziec.
> 1.Grodziec, Opole
> 2.Grodziec, Konin
> 3.Grodziec, Gorzow
> 4.Grodziec, Elblag
> 5.Grodziec, Walbrzych
> 6.Grodziec, Plock
> 7.Grodziec, Opole
> 8.Grodziec, Bielsko
> 9.Grodziec, Legnica
> 10.Grodziec, Legnica
> 11.Grodziec, Katowice
> A search for Krause in Grodziec in the Poland phone directory does not 
> find
> any listed at the present time, for any of the towns.
> http://www.ksiazka-telefoniczna.com/index.php
> A map of Krause distribution in Poland is found at
> http://www.moikrewni.pl/mapa/   Looks like there are still quite a few of
> that surname still there.
> Good luck on your search.
> Joe in Texas

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