[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] Kolo Village names
eleanorhaas at gmail.com
Sat Jul 16 19:41:16 PDT 2011
My great grandmother is Ludwika (Louisa) Wilhemina Sonnenberg, born 1861 in
Skrzykpkowo, Poland (near Lipno). She married my great grandfather
Ferdinyand Jan Meyer(Meier). Her mother was Justyna Ernestine Krueger. She
married a August Sonnenberg and all I have for either one of them is Poland.
. . does any of this look like it would connect to your Kruger? Eleanor
On Sat, Jul 16, 2011 at 12:29 PM,
Christian Lucht <christianlucht at googlemail.com> wrote:
> Hello Doug,
> Lipie Gory is one of the oldest villages in the former Babiak parish. It
> found prior to 1780. Back then it was called Lipia Gora. Under the German
> occupation during WW2 it was named Lindenberg or Liebguhren. Although the
> parish was Babiak it used to have its own "Bethaus" where church services
> were held. They also used to have a lutheran cemetery and a "Kantorat"
> (their own church musician). In 1798 there was a German-Evangelical school
> in use which later got closed again. The political municipality in 1939 was
> Czolowo, Kolo district.
> It just so happened that I got to visit this village a week ago. You can
> still find some older houses and farm buildings there. An older man was
> trying to explainto me where the cemetery used to be but I couldn´t find
> it. He was also talking about some old monument still existing.
> The names I have in that village are WOLTER and KRÜGER around 1806 till
> after 1864.
> Hope this helpes for now.
> Christian Lucht
> 2011/7/16 Doug Schultz <schultzdv at earthlink.net>
> > Hello
> > My great-grandparents, August Schulz and Julianne Patzer were from towns
> > called Lipie Gory (August) and Kiejsze (Juliannne). The region is near
> > Kolo and Babiak. Did these towns have German names at some point? Does
> > anyone know what they were, or can you refer me to a list?
> > Thank You
> > Doug Schultz
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