[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] Seeking Records from the Evangelical Augsburg Consistory Council in Tsarist Poyavskoi
Sigrid Pohl Perry
perry1121 at aol.com
Mon Jul 21 18:44:45 PDT 2014
Although "Tsarist Poyavskoi" is still elusive, I think the following are
probably the villages near Plock where the family lived. You can find
them easily on a search here: http://mapa.szukacz.pl/
Wola Brwilenska is across the Wisla River west of Plock
Nowe Boryszewo just east of Plock
If you send me a scan of the Russian or a link to an online record, I'll
take a look at those words in particular.
Sigrid Pohl Perry
On 7/21/2014 3:20 PM, Peter wrote:
> Hi Paul,
> Thank you so much for your reply.
> I do not know where Tsarist Poyavskoi is.
> The reference to "the Evangelical Augsburg Consistory Council in
> Tsarist Poyavskoi" comes from a Plock church marriage record which was
> originally in Russian. I could send you a scan of the original record
> in Russian, but I don't think that the list takes attachments? I've
> pasted the translation below.
> Again, it is the record of the referenced judgement of the marriage
> dissolvement which is of the greatest interest to me (and my family).
> Many thanks,
> Peter Schmidt
> LDS Microfilm#1201492
> Record N 19 - Borishevo Nove
> WILHELMINE HEIN - AUGUST DÄUBLER Marriage
> 15 August 1869
> It occurred that in Plotsk on the third / fifteenth of August, in the
> year eighteen hundred and sixty nine at five o'clock in the afternoon,
> notification is given that in the presence of Friedriech Bucholts,
> farmer of Nove Borishevo, fifty years old, and Martin Geske, farmer of
> Voli Brvilinsk (?), thirty four years of age, both well known to the
> newlyweds, there was concluded on this date a religious marriage
> between August Deibler, whose union in marriage with Anna Julianna
> Emke was dissolved upon the judgement of the Evangelical Augsburg
> Consistory Council in Tsarist Poyavskoi(?) on the second / fourteenth
> of May of the current year, accorded by force of law, farmer and
> resident of Nove Borishevo, forty five years of age, born in Zhelkov(?)
> of the now deceased couple Karl and Maria nee Geneke (?) Deibiler*,
> farmer, and Wilhelmina Hein*, widow of August Arndt, day laborer
> deceased on the eighth \ twentieth of June eighteen hundred and sixty
> five, resident of Nove Borishevo and born in that same place, thirty
> six years of age, daughter of the presently deceased Ivan (Jan) Hein
> and his wife Anna Daria nee Yanke (Jahnke), presently residing in Nove
> Borishevo. This marriage was preceded by three publications of banns in
> the Plotsk Evangelical Augsburg Parishoner's Church on the
> third / fifteenth of August of this year on Sunday and on the two
> preceding Sundays. The newlyweds declare that no marriage contract has
> been concluded between them. This act has been read to the illiterate
> witnesses and has been signed only by us.
> Ignatius Boerner, pastor, Plotsk
> * The name here s "Deibiler" or "Deibrler" - perhaps a mistake in
> * The surname is written "Gein" but most probably is "Hein." It is
> often the case that the Germanic and English "G" is translated into
> Russian as "X" - sounded as "H" -, and when transliterated back again
> should properly be written "G"; however, experience indicates one
> should inicate an "H" here. As an example, "Hamlet" is commonly written
> and sounded in Russian as "Gamlet."
> NOTES FROM A DIFFERENT TRANSLATOR:
> Marriage #19 on 3/15 August 1869.
> August Deubler (pronounced--could be spelled Daeubler
> divorced from Anna Juliana Emke Age 45 (this is on line 6, counting as
> #1 the line with his name on it) born in Chelpowo son of Karl and
> Maria (I'm not sure about her surname--darned first letter! If it's the
> same H - as in Hein, then it's Hetke which is often spelled Hedke).
> The record number in the margin refers to Marriage record 1845 #27
> Wilhelmine Hein widow of August Arndt, died 8/20 June 1865 (Record #61)
> Born Nowy Boryszewo. Age 36 daughter of the late Johann and Anna
> Dorothea (Janke) Hein.
> On Mon, Jul 21, 2014 at 3:58 PM,<paul.rakow at cantab.net> wrote:
>> Hello Peter,
>> I suppose the first thing would be to figure out where
>> Tsarist Poyavskoi is, if it is a place. Do you know already?
>> Can you give us a little more background about where you found
>> this reference to "the Evangelical Augsburg Consistory Council
>> in Tsarist Poyavskoi"?
>> Paul Rakow
>> Peter<chamdo4ever at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Evangelical Augsburg Consistory Council in Tsarist
>>> Does anyone here know how I could track down the record of the
>>> judgement of the Evangelical Augsburg Consistory Council in Tsarist
>>> Poyavskoi regarding the dissolvement of a marriage in Plock in 1869?
>>> Would such a record still exist? How can I find out and begin the
>>> process of tracking down such a record?
>>> Any help or guidance would be greatly appreciated.
>>> Many thanks,
>>> Peter Schmidt
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