[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] Bialosliwie, Posen; Surnames: Boelter, Knak, Wirth
tjjochman at milwpc.com
Sun Mar 2 16:20:25 PST 2014
I did find a record in the Pozan Project for one of their children... I
think the town is about half-way between Pila (directly W of Bydgoszcz) and
Would Bydgoszcz records include this area?
Protestant community Bialosliwie [Weissenhöhe], entry 2 / 1868
Friedrich Wilhelm Boelter (26 years old) father: Jacob Boelter
Justine Wirth (27 years old) father: Johann Wirth
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From: "Sigrid Pohl Perry" <perry1121 at aol.com>
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Sent: Sunday, March 02, 2014 5:28 PM
Subject: Re: [Ger-Poland-Volhynia] Bialosliwie, Posen; Surnames: Boelter,
> Are these two separate families or are they a married couple? Although I'm
> sure the Poznan Marriage Project volunteers have not completed indexing
> for all marriage records between 1800 and 1899, I did not find a match for
> them as a couple nor too many hits on the names as individuals, though
> there were some of those (http://poznan-project.psnc.pl/).
> The spellings of the villages must be transcribed from a handwritten
> document that's difficult to read. The closest villages I can find in the
> Posen region would be Huettenbusch (Bialoblocie), Zlotow, Wielkopolskie,
> Poland (per the SGGEE German Empire gazetteer). Zlotow was also known as
> Flatow. Perhaps someone else will have a different suggestion for
> "Flotwell" or "Bialosliwie" in the Poznan area.
> "Raw" records for the Bydgoszcz area can be found here:
> There's also a Poznan archive, but Bydgoszcz is closer to Zlotow if that's
> the right region. Not all records are online, though if there's a place
> holder for an area and the number of scans is currently 0, I think scans
> will ultimately be loaded. I've had some experience searching in these
> Bydgoszcz records and the same villages could be in different "powiat"
> data, depending on where they reported. And there's no index to which
> villages are in which section. You just have to start looking at records.
> Keep in mind that "parafii rzymskokatolickiej" is Catholic, "ewangelicko"
> Lutheran, and "zydowskiej" Jewish records.
> Good luck.
> Sigrid Pohl Perry
> On 3/2/2014 3:26 PM, Tammy Jochman wrote:
>> Does anyone know of any online digital records for the Bialosliwie, Posen
>> I am search for records for the the family of:
>> Jacob BOELTER, b. 1 Jul 1795, Bialosliwie, Posen, d. 13 Feb 1867,
>> Bialosliwie, Posen, Germany
>> Anna Christine KNAK, b. 14 Dec 1802, d. 29 Sep 1880, Flotwell, Posen,
>> Tammy Jochman
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