[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] Re Seeback, Oborczyski, Poland
FranklySpeaking at shaw.ca
Sun Mar 6 12:00:42 PST 2011
The Oborczyski you found is not known to be a village or region where Germans lived.
I think a better option, knowing some of the migration pattern of Germans to the Black Sea region, would be Oborzyska, located about 36 km SW of Posen / Poznan.
I'm not familiar with research in Posen province so cannot offer advice on what parish to search in.
----- Original Message -----
From: "karlann at juno.com" <karlann at juno.com>
Date: Sunday, March 6, 2011 12:20 pm
Subject: [Ger-Poland-Volhynia] Seeback, Oborczyski, Poland
To: ger-poland-volhynia at eclipse.sggee.org
> I am researching Johann Martin, born in 1890. He emigrated to
> North Dakota in 1912 and lists as his last place of residence,
> Kruti, Russia, which I believe is near Odessa, but he gives as
> his birthplace, Seeback, Oborczyski. I have found a town
> of Oborczyski on a map, and it appears to be about 67
> miles NE of Warsaw.
> Does anyone know what parish records might exist for this
> community, or what adjoining parish I might search? His
> relatives are his father, Christian Martin, his mother,
> Elizabeth Hinger (or Hingen) and and uncle, born in 1871 named
> Williem (Wilhelm) Hingen or Hinger. The family were German, and
> I do not know if they were Lutheran or Baptist, but probably not
> Catholic.Karla Walters
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