[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] Plock Divorce record -- found?

Karl Krueger dabookk54 at yahoo.com
Thu Jul 24 07:05:58 PDT 2014

With the Lublin records we occasionally would see notations like this written in the margins for something that occured in the future. I don't remember seeing anything on marriage records but there were plenty of them on birth records. This appeared to be a way the church would update their records on a change in status for someone in their church.

So this is not the formal divorce record. I believe those were printed out in Warsaw. In a private email I sent Peter I explained to him that since the divorce and August's remarriage both occured at the same church the divorce record would not be found in alegata. The church already had record of that so they didn't need to request it from another church.

All this interest indicates I should include an example of a divorce record on our Lublin site showing different types of records. Maybe within the next week I'll track down an example of one and post on the same page where I referenced alegata earlier.

Peter's best option is still DNA evidence. This will not give conclusive evidence but at least you can obtain imputed evidence if the genes with discriminatory markers from August sorted appropriately through the 3 generations.

On Wed, 7/23/14, Rose Ingram <roseingram at shaw.ca> wrote:

 Subject: Re: [Ger-Poland-Volhynia] Plock Divorce record -- found?
 To: "Peter" <chamdo4ever at gmail.com>, "SGGEE" <ger-poland-volhynia at sggee.org>
 Date: Wednesday, July 23, 2014, 7:01 PM
 Yup, this notation on the side of the
 marriage record does indicated a dissolvement of the
 marriage.  This may be about all you will find. 
 One other option may be the Alegata records of Plock church
 in Plock Archives, which you would have to order directly
 from the Archives.
   ----- Original Message ----- 
   From: Peter 
   To: SGGEE 
   Cc: Karl Krueger ; Earl.Schultz at telusplanet.net
   Sent: Wednesday, July 23, 2014 3:35 PM
   Subject: [Ger-Poland-Volhynia] Plock Divorce record
 -- found?
   For those who have been kindly following along in my
 historic family
   drama, I did hear from one generous reader of this
 listserv who
   happened to have a copy from the LDS Microfilm of
 August Daubler's
   first marriage to Juliana Ehmke in 1845 (which ended
 in the
   "dissolvement") that he kindly sent to me.
   What's interesting about the 1845 marriage record is
 that a
   significant signed note appears to have been written
 horizontally in
   the left margin, indicating the date of 1869 (the
 year of the
   divorce). I'm wondering if indeed this could be the
 record of the
   divorce that my family and I have been seeking.
   The record can be downloaded from this link for the
 next week or so:
   I feel like I'm finally getting close -- are any
 readers here able to
   make sense of exactly what that note in the left
 margin says?
   Tremendous thanks,
   Ger-Poland-Volhynia site list
   Ger-Poland-Volhynia at sggee.org
 Ger-Poland-Volhynia site list
 Ger-Poland-Volhynia at sggee.org

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