[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] The village of Stretzin / Strzeczona

Sigrid Pohl Perry perry1121 at aol.com
Mon Jan 20 06:33:10 PST 2014

I agree with Peter that this location is more likely. There were many 
immigrants from West Prussia to the US in the mid-19th century. There 
are very few German residents in the Lubelskie Streczyn as early as 1858 
when one of the Zander children was born; by 1900 there were many 
Germans in "Neu-Strentschin" aka Streczyn Nowe. Tammy, I suggest that 
you examine ship manifests for other relatives or friends related to 
this family to see what region they emigrated from. That should help you 
determine the location.

Sigrid Pohl Perry

On 1/19/2014 10:45 PM, PETER VON LIPINSKY wrote:
> Message for Tammy Jochman.
> You wrote the name of the village that you are looking for as : Stretzin  /  Strzeczona .
> There is a village by the name of Stretzin / Strzeczona in the district of Czluchow .
> Formerly district of Schlochau, West Prussia.
> Please make sure that you have the right village of  Stretzin .
> For the village of Stretzin , Kreis Schlochau, there are some civil registration records  for the years 1875 - 1884 available from the LDS library in Salt Lake City.
> Church records are most likely in the Polish archive in Slupsk ( formerly Stolp )
>   Peter von Lipinsky
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