[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] Lutheran House of Prayer Ciechanowiec
mkrm001 at icloud.com
Sun Apr 12 12:33:53 PDT 2015
I was surprised to read your response below to Vera.
I don’t mean to butt in here, but this is the first I’ve heard of a Grodno parish.
Can you tell me where I can get more information on this parish? Are there records?
And, am I understanding you correctly that Von Busch was the pastor of Grodno parish?
> On Apr 12, 2015, at 2:22 PM, Paul Rakow <paul.rakow at cantab.net> wrote:
> Hello Vera,
> I believe I've found your Pastor Hoffmann,
> According to von Busch, the Pastor in Grodno parish,
> the neighbour parish to Bialystok, was
> Friedrich Julius Hoffmann,
> from 1843 till "now"
> (The book was published in 1867).
> So either the marriage was performed by
> the Pastor from Grodno - or maybe Pastor Hoffmann
> changed parishes, but too late to show up in von Busch's
> Ergänzungen der Materialien zur Geschichte und Statistik
> des Kirchen und Schulwesens der Ev-Luth Gemeinden in Russland, Band 1
> E. H. von Busch
> published 1867 in St Petersburg and in Leipzig.
> page 689
> On Sun, April 12, 2015 14:15, Paul Rakow wrote:
>> Hello Vera,
>> When did the marriage take place? Is it one of the ones
>> that's online from the Latvian Archives?
>> There are some biography books about the Pastors in Russia
>> and about the Lutheran Pastors in Poland - they might give some detail.
>> Busch wrote a book on the history of all the Lutheran
>> congregations in Russia. He lists the Bialystok parish pastors from the
>> start (1796) up till his time (the 1860s), but he doesn't mention a pastor
>> Paul Rakow
>> On Thu, April 9, 2015 20:14, Vera Miller wrote:
>>> Hello all,I just noticed a pastor named J. Hoffman as a pastor for
>>> Lutheran House of Prayer Ciechanowiec.My Hoffman family came from
>>> Ciechanowiec. The pastor was serving for a Lamprecht marriage. Lamprecht
>>> is another name in my family in the same area.Is there anyway to find
>>> more information on this pastor?Finding information on this pastor may
>>> help make a major breakthrough on this tough line of a very common
>>> name.Any advice would be appreciated.Vera
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