[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] Koenigsberg Index

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Tue Apr 19 07:55:19 PDT 2011

To Nelson, and all -
If you are referring to the Königsberg that is now Kaliningrad, I would be  
most interested in knowing how to access this Index by Erich Krause you 
speak of  - in the Berlin archives?   
I am looking for a birth record for Ottp A. Schoenke born Königsberg 6 Apr  
1843, perhaps a brother, Anton Franz Schoenke, born 1878  (suspect 
transcription error, more likely born  1838, 1848, 1858) in  Frauenberg/Frombork and 
their parents' marriage and perhaps births, Anton  Schoenke (Schönke) and 
Katherine von Federau, both born around 1800-1810 in  Königsberg.    Otto was 
said to be a seventh son - no evidence of  that so far.   Otto A. Schoenky 
(the immigrant of 1869) never learned  English, never corrected the person 
who changed his name from Schoenke to  Schoenky.   
T. Maureen Schoenky 
In a message dated 4/18/2011 8:12:47 P.M. Pacific Daylight Time,  
colnels at shaw.ca writes:

Hello  fellow researchers;

I wonder if one of our members of SGGEE in Germany  can get me a phone 
or e-mail address for Erich Krause in the Berlin  area. 

He is the author of the Index of the births and marriages in 14  churches in
Koenigsberg. I would appreciate any  assistance.


Nelson  Itterman

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