[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] My Genealogy

Robert Norenberg robertnorenberg at yahoo.ca
Wed Jun 4 16:06:32 PDT 2014

My ancestor (Johann Norenberg) was born around 1799 but I think it is a different person than the one you are referring to Mauricio. In his death record it says he was born in a unidentified village in the Lipno parish. The Norenberg name was listed amongst the surnames of the Lipno parish in the 1700's  but I believe these records are available only in Berlin in the National Archives. Never the less, I will be very interested to see what you may find re Norenberg's in the Skoszewy records.  Esther, my Muellers are not anywhere near the area you mentioned. You know how it can be with the name Mueller.  Cheers  

On Wednesday, June 4, 2014 4:21:45 AM, Mauricio Norenberg <mauricio.norenberg at gmail.com> wrote:

Robert (and list)

Here is my genealogy tree and report so far if someone wants to have a look.



On 4 June 2014 11:18, Robert Norenberg <robertnorenberg at yahoo.ca> wrote:

>Over the years that I have been on this list I have had a few enquiries about family names. My names of major concern are, of course, No(e)renberg but also others such as Oswald, Bachus, Schattschneider, Senft, Martel, Mueller, Bleich and many others. If anyone is ever searching for these names or perhaps names of people who may have married into these families you may peruse my up loaded on line file at                            "tribalpages.com". On the left side of the page is a filed for Site Search. Just type in robertnore here and it will take you directly to my file.    If perchance you find that any of your lines should follow back in time towards Wuerttemberg I would like to suggest you look at my other on line file. In my search I found many dead ends but the ones that revealed themselves to me just took me further back in time. I found myself in one small area of Wuerttemberg where I ended up extracting all the
> records for two different sets of parish records. Thus, my file is aptly named Schwaikheim Winnenden Extraction. It also contains many of the records of the little hamlets very near by as these people continually married the locals from all the neighbouring villages. This files has around 125,000 entries and I had so much fun doing this project. Just go to "rootsweb.com" and type in NSWE in site search here as well. Cheers Robert Norenberg 
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