[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] Renas/Reinas/Rienas/Rinas/Rinos family Zhitomir to Alberta

Gary Warner gary at warnerengineering.com
Wed Nov 24 14:13:53 PST 2010


I assume that the census records you are talking about are USA or 
Canadian censuses?

In the St. Petersburg archives, there is the marriage of Samuel Rienas 
to a bride with the surname of Winter (given name illegible per 
extractor) on 26 Sep 1880 in Zhitomir parish.   Why are you uncertain 
that the name is Winter in your data?

Also in the St. Petersburg data are the births of the following Rienas 
children born to Samuel Reinas and Marianna Winter.    You will have to 
ignore the column headings if you do a similar search, since the data is 
scrambled for the moment.

Rienas 	Ernst 	2 Jul 	1879 	Samuel 	Derno 	Winter 	1897588-2/1880 
Marianna 	191 	979 	1897588-2 	
Rienas 	Theodor 	8 Dec 	1884 	Samuel 	Zhitomir Parish 	Winter 
1897691-6/1885 	Marianna 	58 	642 	1897691-6 	Village illegible
Rienas 	Gustav 	23 Nov 	1881 	Samuel 	Segenthal aka Bogoljubowka 
Winter 	1895614-3/1883 	Marianna 	424 	334 	1895614-3 	

I am confused by your email below.    Is Amalie Reinas the daughter of 
Samuel, or of Ludwig?

Gary Warner

On 11/24/2010 12:47 AM, Katherine Jeffrey wrote:
> Hi.  I'm trying to trace the children of Samuel RENAS who was b. Aug 10,
> 1836 in Poland (according to the census records) and married in Zhitomir Sep
> 26, 1880, possibly to Marie WINTER.  I believe he had a brother Ludwig who
> probably stayed in the old country (his daughter, Amelia RIENAS- 1863-1940
> m. Johann HAMMERMEISTER in Zhitomir Nov 25, 1879; they were my
> great-grandparents.)  Samuel RENAS(64), wife Marie(51), sons Gustav(18) and
> Teodor(16), daughter Emilie (13; went on to marry Louis WEISS and move to
> Puyallup, I think) and Adoline(10) and Arnoldt(6) lived a couple households
> away from my grandparents in Colchester at the time of the 1901 census.  I
> believe he had a son Wilhelm emigrate after him and also settle in Canada.
> I have a lead that they possibly came from Novgorad, which matches up with
> were *my* HAMMERMEISTERs also came from.  I am hoping for some more clues
> about this branch of the family.  I will gladly share what little I know, or
> think I know.
> Thanks, Kathy Jeffrey
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