[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] Family Splett - surname found in Schokken marriage records in 1817 - 1830
otto at schienke.com
Sat Feb 13 08:37:56 PST 2010
Good morning Christian!
Nice to hear from you. Touch base.
A Ludwig Lucht married Anna Splett
It appears Labischin was a stopping point as families migrated upriver
from the Baltic coast.
In those areas Lucht married a Splett, a Schienke married a Remus and
From there migration up the Wisla/Weichsel/Vistula river continued.
In Nasielsk north of Warsaw (early 1800's) a Lucht married a
Schienke. I will find time this afternoon to review my Labischin
microfilm jpg files to find more Spletts.
It is becoming one big happy family.
Genetic DNA SNP testing with 23andme, using their Relative Finder
application, just fingered a Volhynian "Radke" as a 4th. cousin to me
who is also a 4th. cousin to Bill Remus.
On Feb 13, 2010, at 10:29 AM, Christian Lucht wrote:
> I hav a Anna Simeona SPLETT, born abt. 1836 at Przedworszczyzna. Not
> sure if
> that belongs to Sompolno or Babiak parish, Konin area south of
> Does anybody have SPLETT in that area?
> 2010/2/13 Otto <otto at schienke.com>
>> 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
>>> SPLETT is also in the land records from the census of the later
>>>> --- 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
>>>> 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
>>>> around Zhitomir. His mother was Justine Neumann - born 1865 in
>>>> Poland. They lived in the Zhitomir, Heimtal. Elinow, Pustomyty,
>>>> 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
>>>> 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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