[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] Surname: Schuetpelz
paul.edward.luther.rakow at desy.de
Fri Sep 21 11:56:22 PDT 2012
Hello Again Beth, Albert,
I found August Schuettpelz, wife Caroline and baby Emma in the
Hamburg passenger lists. The list gave their last residence as
Gaffert, Preussen - and the village Gaffert, Kr Stolp, was in the
parish Budow, so the marriage information in the family tree Al
found looks very likely.
The August Schuettpelz family left Hamburg, 24 August 1877,
on the ship "Hansa" to Hull, took the train to Liverpool, and then
took a larger ship to cross to America. (On their train journey
they would have passed a few yards from where my office is now.)
I would guess that the other Schuettpelz families who came to
Oconto Co in the 1870s would have been relatives of August, from much
the same area of Pomerania.
Albert Muth <albertmuth734 at gmail.com> wrote:
> I took a click through several Member Trees at ancestry.com just now.
> One of them shows that August Schuettpelz 1848-1934 married
> Caroline W. Hischke 19 Mar 1875 "at the Evangelical church on
> the von Zitzewitz estate at Budow, Kr. Stolp, now renamed St.
> Mary's Catholic Church".
> This is in the historical region of Pomerania; the Kreis was on the
> Baltic coast.
> Technically, yes, it was not in Russian Poland, much less Volhynia!
> But Pommern is certainly one of the feeder regions for people who
> did live in our areas.
> al muth
> P.S. LDS has no filmed records for this church. So I do not
> cannot imagine how one would verify the fact.
> On Mon, Sep 17, 2012 at 5:07 PM, Beth Burke <mackzie at earthlink.net> wrote:
>> Hello to all....
>> I am up in Oconto County Wisconsin tonight, home to a pod of Lublinites.
>> I will be speaking to the genealogical society and hope we can manage to
>> get a few more memberships to supplement our information. This place is
>> crawling with Germans from Russian occupied Poland. I should know - most
>> of my family (both sides) is from this area.
>> That said, is anyone researching the Schuet(t)pelz surname? The name is
>> like Smith up here, but they don't seem to be from the areas that SGGEE
>> I'm starting to think that they come from lands further to the west, but
>> that's just a guess. Any suggestions?
>> Beth Burke
>> Verona, WI
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