[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] Kaminonka

Rose Ingram roseingram at shaw.ca
Sat May 1 09:45:29 PDT 2010

Further correspondence with Jenny revealed that the Kamionka she was referring to (Russia, 1911), was found a 1911 manifest of her ancestor.  He was living in Kamionka and left behind brother Ernst Grenke in Krenitschki, Volhynia (also written Kresnischki on another manifest for another relative).   I think this may be in the Tuszyn area.

Rose Ingram.

  From: Jerry Frank 
  Sent: Saturday, May 01, 2010 7:49 AM

  My apologies for my previous incorrect answer. Roughly the eastern 1/3 of modern  Kujawsko-Pomorskie province was previously in Russia.


  From: "Earl.Schultz" <

  > While there may be more than one Kamionka, Kamionka, Kujawsko-
  > Pomorskie was
  > part of Russia in 1911 so the answer would be YES. Most of 
  > the records for
  > this village are found in the Michalki-Rypin Ev. Augsburg 
  > parish. Contact
  > me for any pre-1866 information.
  > Earl
  > ------------------------------
  >> From: J GRENKE <jgrenke2 at yahoo.com>
  > Is Kamionka, Kujawsko-Pomorskie, Poland (1848) ?the same as 
  > Kamionka, Russia
  > in 1911?
  > Jenny Grenke

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