[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] Ger-Poland-Volhynia Digest, Vol 139, Issue 7
byantha at gmail.com
Fri Dec 12 06:08:50 PST 2014
beautiful pictures on those websites, Bob! Thank you for sharing!
On 11 December 2014 at 15:00, <ger-poland-volhynia-request at sggee.org> wrote:
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> 1. One Stone & Clues to 'My Brick Wall' (Krampetz at aol.com)
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> Date: Wed, 10 Dec 2014 22:22:46 -0500
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> Subject: [Ger-Poland-Volhynia] One Stone & Clues to 'My Brick Wall'
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> I found a site of interest to this group, as well as to me, called "One
> subtitled - "in the footsteps of the settlers in Kreis Thorn and more":
> The site is in Polish, Google or Bing make it readable in English, if
> There seems to be quite a bit to explore. Many photos of cemeteries, old
> maps and more.
> There are quite a number of 'Achieves' on more pages, also a way to be
> of updates,
> I found this site while searching for "Andreas Krampitz" who is
> as a settler in the town of Cegielnik (or Cegielnia) which is, or was,
> near thorn.
> This article mentions a number of surnames that I recognized via
> to (unrelated) Krampitz surnamed individuals.
> Facts about My Brick Wall:
> I have the wedding document from 1794, in Leibitsch, where Andreas
> the father of the groom, is present at the marriage of his eldest son,
> my 3xGreat GF, to Anna Maria Fehlau. (or Fehlauin).
> No wife of Andreas (mother of Jacob) is mentioned, I assume she had
> Anna's father, Gottlieb Fehlauer is mentioned as a 'schoolmaster' in
> Jacob & Anna went on to have 4 children in Jackowo, near Czernikowo,
> births were found in the indexes of the Czernikow Parish at:
> My Brick Wall:
> I cannot find the births of Jacob or his other siblings or anything of
> The article puts a Andreas Krampitz in Cegielnik (named Ziegelwies in
> the early 1800 map in the article), which is near Thorn. Then later
> in Jackowo
> and later generations moving toward Lipno. I now believe I need to be
> in the areas North of Thorn for those records.
> Based on those village names, anyone have knowledge of the churches I
> should be
> researching for those records?
> All help, clues & pointers appreciated
> Bob K.
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