[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] extractions from Michalki Rypin Parish

MIKE MCHENRY maurmike1 at verizon.net
Mon Oct 21 09:34:10 PDT 2013

Has any attempt been made to extract the confirmation records for Lipno?
They are not in Russian. The column headings are in Polish and the names
have conventional German spelling. It's quite valuable as a secondary
document. It can help you find birth records for instance, because it has
the date and parents names and mother's maiden name.



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From: Ger-Poland-Volhynia [mailto:ger-poland-volhynia-bounces at sggee.org] On
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Sent: Sunday, October 20, 2013 8:37 PM
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Subject: Re: [Ger-Poland-Volhynia] extractions from Michalki Rypin Parish

Hi Charlotte,
I have done a full name extraction from the Michalki-Rypin Parish from 1810
to 1865, the only years available from LDS (films 715096 to 715102) and I am
in the process of going through the parish records a second time extracting
dates and relationships between the parishioners and putting the information
into Legacy, connecting families, etc..  The information up to about 1845
has been submitted to SGGEE and should be in their Parish Records Database.
When I am finished all the data will be in SGGEE's databases (including the
Master Pedigree Database) but for now contact me for a full search.  

For those interested, there are several of us that are also extracting Lipno
and Sierpc, also in Dobriner Land, and putting the information into Legacy
since the families in this area moved between these parishes frequently.
Anyone interested in these parishes should contact me and I can have someone
respond with what information we currently have.

I look forward to getting back to my own research someday but it is so much
fun seeing these families come together and learning about how they lived
from the comments added by the Pastors.


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Date: Sat, 19 Oct 2013 15:23:50 -0400 (EDT)
From: Charlotte Dubay <hoeserhistory at aol.com>
To: ger-poland-volhynia at sggee.org
Subject: [Ger-Poland-Volhynia] extractions from Michalki Rypin Parish
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Thank you, Earl, 

for doing the extractions from the Michalki Parish. MUCH work! 

And thank you for my personal lead...Yes, if Louise Weichmann's mother /
father came from Poland (which is also my guess, since Louise sometimes
stated that she was born there) then her mother's maiden name of German
Bondermann, may indeed have  been spelled Polish  Bademann. This is my first
experience with anything on the Polish side, so didn't know about the
spellings. Unfortunately, I have no data regarding Louise's parents other
than their surname and that they were in Heimthal when Louise married Herman
Hoser (umlaut O). I will check Odessa again and see if I can find more on
Weichmanns - thus leading to Bademann/Bondermann. 

Are the Michalki Parish records searchable yet? Or will that be a while? If
they are searchable, I (and maybe others) could use the link - if available.

Again, thanks for lead and your work, Charlotte. 

Charlotte DuBay
hoeserhistory at aol.com

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