[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] Village Taubowka w names Talerowski, Demuth, Lachera

Наталья Юдина yudina-62 at inbox.ru
Wed May 14 05:28:08 PDT 2014

 Hi, Stephanie!

this book I
found the
only suitable
name in  Volynia governorate :
REDAKTIONSRAT  W. Aumann, V. Baumg e rtner, W. Brett, N. Bugaj,
A. Ehrlich, Ju. Petrov, V. Tschebotarjowa, N. Wardenburg
VERFASSER  V. Diesendorf     “ERD“ Moskau, 2006
(also Tarnovka), 1917-Volynia governorate, Volodymyr-Volynskyi (Vladimir
's) District, Skobeleckaâ volost; After 1917, as part of Poland. 
village on rented land. To the North-East of Gorokhov. Lutheran parish of
Volodymyr-Volynskyi. Residents: 31 (1906), 12 (1910), up to 25 German house holds
(1927; 20-50% of Germans).
  Register books of the  Kiev governorate  Radomysl District are stored in the 
Central historical archive of Ukraine in Kyiv (03110, Solomenskaya 
street, 24).
F-1040, op. 2 (villages assigned to Korostishev diocese,  Taubovka (mod. Golubovka) was attributed to this diocese),
and the same Fund and inventory - Brusilov diocese (which was attributed to  Yuzefovka ).
From 1835 until 1848, there is a metric book only in Polish, but from 1849 until 1917 in Russian.
To learn all the movement of ancestors and family structure, you need to examine Revision lists ("tales") of Radomysl District:
F - 280, op. 2 (from 1795 until 1873) in Kiev State Archives. I
correspond with a researcher from Kiev Sergey
Burlachko  tpkservice at gmail.com about searching in the archives of Zhitomir and Kiev. You  can refer to him to find out where the Catholic parish registers for the marked period are
stored. I also have a catalog of births books stored in Zhytomyr State Archives ( Roman
Catholics,  Greek Catholics , Lutherans, Jews). 

I would be glad to help
you to find  more specific information about your ancestors .  Here's another useful source of information on archive research:  http://mojrod.ucoz.ru/

you send
me a scanned copy of the address
of your relatives in Kiev written in Russian , I will also try  to restore the text to check the database of telephone subscribers in Kiev (2003).
subject of my own research is the family of Heinrich Wilhelm  Mielke (Lutheran, citizenship - Prussia,  son of Heinrich Mielke  and Louise   Lau )  and his spouse  Adelheid Stychinsky , who lived  in the late 19th century in Kiev and
Volynia (Stara Kotelnya, Zhitomir District). 1876 - married in Kiev. 1877 - the birth of their son, Alfons Leonhard Stanislav Mielke, registered.
With friendly greetings, 
Natalya Yudina (Moscow)

Tue, 13 May 2014 20:09:19 -0400 от Stephanie Talerowski Gray <ste3len6 at comcast.net>:
>Hi :) 
>My name ist Stephanie Gray née Talerowski and I'm trying to find out more about my grandfathers parents, siblings etc and possibly locate family that I know still lives in Poland and Ukraine.
>My grandfathers name was 
>Peter Talerowski (Talarowski) he was born Oct 30 or 13, 1910 In a German settlement  called Taubowka (Talbovka) located near (south west) Holubivka - outside of Zhytomyr.
>This is also where he married his first wife Alwine Lachera - she was born 22 Jan 1907 in Taubowka.
>Peters parents were Stanislav Talerowski born around 1870 in Taubowka - died ca 1947 in Taubowka and Appolonia Demuth not sure where she was born but she died in Taubowka in 1912.
>From what I was told - Stanislav's father grew up to a wealthy landowner family in Poland. He fell in love with a German girl working for his family ( teaching the younger siblings). Since the family didn't want them to get married Stanislav's parents left Poland and purchased land in Taubowka. 
>I have just recently ordered but not received yet, the EWZ files for Peter Talerowski, Alwine Lachera and some of their children.
>Does anyone know where I could research records for the town Taubowka?
>If Stanislav Talerowski or Appolonia Demuth where born/married/died there, what records are available and where would I find them? I believe the family was catholic.
>My grandfather Peter had 6 children all born in Taubowka. His wife died in 1942 and my grandfather and his kids were split up during/after the war. 
>My grandfather came to Germany and remarried. He was able to find some of his family but I would like to continue the search.
>One of his sons lives in Russia and I'm in contact with him but he does not have any  information regarding his ancestry or family in Poland.
>One daughter lives in or around Kiev ( I have an old handwritten address but can't read it)
>And another daughter and also youngest sister of my grandfather are somewhere in Poland.
>Is Talerowski , Talarowski , Toljarowski a very common name in Poland ?
>Anyone doing any research on that name or Demuth and Lachera ?
>I know I have a lot of questions- probably more to come but I would truly appreciate any help/suggestions.
>Thank you
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Mit herzrlichen grüßen,
Natalia Yudina
(Moskau, Internationaler Verband der deutschen Kultur)

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