[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] EWZ locations
Dr. Frank Stewner
dr.stewner at t-online.de
Wed Oct 6 09:41:53 PDT 2010
On the page headed by
12. "Aufenthalt des Antragstellers"
= Residence of the supplier
it says they lived in Schereschowka until 1914
that is in the SGGEE notation:
Schereschowka (Szereszowka/Verbivka), Novohrad-Volynskyi, Zhytomyr, Russian Empire (Ukraine) 504200N 273500E
>From 1914 to 1917 they lived in Bachmurt/Nitolayen (the handwriting is not easy to read) Where is this?
You will find that here:
and the SGGEE location naming is
Bachmut (Artemivsk), Artemivsk, Luhan, Russian Empire (Ukraine) 483529N 380450E
In 1917 they went back to Schereschowka before they were uprooted/banished/deported again. in 1923.
>From 1923 to 17 March 1944 they lived in Eigenfeld, Odessa
The most likely is:
Eigenfeld (N of Soldatskiy), Vysokopillia, Kherson, Russian Empire (Ukraine) 474600N 333300E
and on 19 June 1944 she arrived in the Reich with her daughter and family.
That would normally be in the Wathegau going over the Umsiedlungslaeger = resettlement camps like Lodz at that time called Litzmannstadt.
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