[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] Damenhorst = Dammhorst?

William Remus remus at hawaii.edu
Sat Jul 17 23:11:21 PDT 2010

Dear All

I used Kartenmeister with the wild cards d????horst and came up with dammhorst.  This is a logical choice since the m might have looked like an en. Click here for more


This was in Kreis Naugard about half way between Stettin and Gollnow near the border between modern Germany and Poland but part of Pommerania for hundreds of years. So a very logical location for a German to live.

Regards Bill

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