[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] Seeking Records from the Evangelical Augsburg Consistory Council

Peter chamdo4ever at gmail.com
Mon Jul 21 20:35:55 PDT 2014

Thank you very much Earl. Yes, I most definitely will let the
listserve know if I make any progress.

In a slight digression, in that you are familiar with divorces near
Plock, are you able to offer any insight into the legal twists of
naming conventions of children born out of wedlock, especially when
the Mother of such a child then marries a divorced man? That really
cuts to the core of what I'm trying to find out. In fact, you can read
my earlier post to the listserve on that subject here:


In attempting to chase down this record of the dissolved marriage,
what I'm really trying to establish is if it mentions that August
Daubler committed adultery with Wilhelmine Hein (the woman he went on
to marry), and could conceivably be the father of Wilhelmine Hein's
illegitimate daughter (my ancestor) who was born a few years earlier
and named Dorothea Hein due to the Father being "unknown."

Many thanks,

Peter Schmidt

On Mon, Jul 21, 2014 at 11:06 PM, Earl Schultz
<Earl.Schultz at telusplanet.net> wrote:
> Peter, I don't have an answer for you but I have noticed quite a few divorces in the Michalki records, near Plock, and I wrote an article about them for the SGGEE Journal (Sep 2009).  I am interested if you track these down.  I would approach the archives in Lipno and/or Plock and ask if they have these records.  They do accept English emails but will reply in Polish.  Also, I would try the Evangelical-Augsburg Church and you may want to start with the Berlin Evangelical-Lutheran Archives (EZAB) and they also accept English emails.  Other than that, I can't help but I would appreciate you letting the listserve or me know what answers you receive.
> Earl
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> 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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