[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] Family Splett - surname found in Schokken marriage records in 1817 - 1830

Otto otto at schienke.com
Sat Feb 13 06:57:50 PST 2010

If I remember correctly "Splett" is one of surnames I came across in  
the Labischin/Łabiszyn  parish, near the end of the 1700's and the  
beginning of the 1800's.  Look SSW of present day Bydgoszcz

On Feb 13, 2010, at 9:13 AM, Nancy Gertner wrote:

> The surname SPLETT is found in marriage records of SCHOKKEN (Skoki,
> Poland) Lutheran church records, Posen Province.
> Michael, Johann, and a female in the 1817 - 1830 period.
> Miloslawic is a geographic reference given in one of the marriage
> records.
> SPLETT is also in the land records from the census of the later 1700s.
> Nancy
>> --- On Fri, 2/12/10, Christel Peebles <chpeebles at cox.net> wrote:
>> From: Christel Peebles <chpeebles at cox.net>
>> Date: Friday, February 12, 2010, 8:11 PM
>>               I am looking for information on my father's family.
>> He died
>> in WWII fighting for the German Army just a few miles from where he
>> was born
>> - Pustomyty, Ukraine.  His name was Christoph Splett.  He left the
>> Ukraine
>> as a child when his mother packed up the family and moved to Ost
>> Pressen -
>> East Prussia.  His father was August Splett  born in 1867 in the
>> Ukraine
>> around Zhitomir.  His mother was Justine Neumann - born 1865 in
>> Paterkau,
>> Poland.  They lived in the Zhitomir, Heimtal. Elinow, Pustomyty, and
>> Rozyszcze.  August's father was Christoph (Kristov) Splett (Split)
>> and his
>> mother was Juliane Maler (Mahlen).  This is all the information
>> that I have
>> been able to find using the SGGEE, the St Petersburg archives, and
>> other
>> sources.  I am hoping that someone has had a little better luck and
>> would be
>> willing to share their information.  So much has been lost and will
>> never be
>> known again.  It would be nice to pass my family's history down to my
>> children and grandchildren.  Hope to hear from you soon.
>> Christel Peebles
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. . .   Otto
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