mauricio.norenberg at gmail.com
Thu Aug 13 16:37:16 PDT 2015
It makes me wonder because if they are not destroyed or rotten, they should
have gone somewhere, but where?
Sometimes they end up in museums and archives.
But I do have accounts of sad histories about them getting burned\destroyed.
On 14 August 2015 at 11:18, Michaelle McDonald <mam at mcdonald-partners.com.au
> We have our Krause Family Bible, but it seems to be a new one started when
> they came to Australia in late 1900's. But at least if gave us a starting
> point as it had the birth places and parents names of my Great Great
> Grandparents (the generation before) also recorded in it. Without that we
> would have had no clue, as we always assumed they came from Germany (as
> that's where he left from after studying to become a Lutheran Pastor in
> Germany), but it turns out they were from Poland.
> But your post just made me think - somewhere out there will be the bible
> from Poland and the generations before!!
> -----Original Message----- From: Mauricio Norenberg
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> Subject: [Ger-Poland-Volhynia] Familienbuch
> For the Volhynian families who migrated to the Americas: was it a common
> thing for every family to have a family bible? I just wonder how many of
> you have this preserved.
> I don't have any accountability of my ancestors having one but wonder if it
> exists and still preserved in the hands of a distant cousin somewhere (a
> never ending search).
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