[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] Ger-Poland-Volhynia Digest, Vol 151, Issue 10

Helen Gillespie gilleh23 at gmail.com
Wed Dec 16 13:53:57 PST 2015


Check Saskatoon Public Library or the Regina Public Library on line (Google
it)  They each have a copy.  You could probably borrow it on interlibrary
loan, but if not, perhaps a local SGGEE member can do a lookup for you  -
or the librarian could check and provide a few pages (this is legit and not
copyright infringement if only a few pages are requested)

Helen Gillespie

On Mon, Dec 14, 2015 at 3:00 PM, <ger-poland-volhynia-request at sggee.org>

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> Today's Topics:
>    1. A Journey of Discovery, Genealogy of the Lenz/Wilke Family of
>       Yellow Grass, Saskatchewan   by Karl Lenz (gswilson19 at aol.com)
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: gswilson19 at aol.com
> To: ger-poland-volhynia at sggee.org
> Cc:
> Date: Mon, 14 Dec 2015 13:27:12 -0500
> Subject: [Ger-Poland-Volhynia] A Journey of Discovery, Genealogy of the
> Lenz/Wilke Family of Yellow Grass, Saskatchewan by Karl Lenz
> I just found out about this book the other day.  Does anyone have this
> book or access to it?  I found the below information on the Ancestry
> message boards.  It sounds like it could be informative for some of us.  I
> am interested to know if it has anything more on my 4th grt grandmother
> Elizabeth Lenz who married Andreas Neumann 26 Oct 1803 in Lubsin Radziejow,
> Kujawsko-Pomorski, Poland.  I know Karl used to be a member but is no
> longer.  I have tried contacting him via email but haven't heard back from
> him.
> Gail
> A Journey of Discovery, Genealogy of the Lenz/Wilke Family of Yellow Grass,
> Saskatchewan by Karl A. Lenz, Published in 2005 and printed in Saskatoon by
> Globe Printers, 564 pages
> - This book covers the genealogy of seventeen major families who
> represent the ancestral families of SGGEE member Karl A. Lenz. Surnames
> covered in the book include Lenz, Altwasser, Patzwald, Weber, Klatt,
> Wilke, Wilde (Wille), Eichhorst, Frieske, Köbernik, Deutschlaender,
> Wiesner, Wilke, Dahlmann, Schulze and many others. In addition to
> detailed information on the genealogies of the various families some who
> lived in the United States (one of those States being North Dakota, near
> Garrison, McLean County, ND).
> A travelogue is included on a trip to Poland in 2004 by Karl and sister
> Elsie Pearson to visit many of the family’s ancestral villages.
> Information is included on the villages, old churches and what remains
> of the old German cemeteries in areas that include Central Poland, and
> the pre-1872 Prussian provinces of Posen, Pommern and East Brandenburg
> (Neumark). The book also includes a section on DNA testing for genealogy
> purposes (Y-chromosome and Mitochondria).
> - The book can be purchased from Karl at a cost of $75 CAN plus $10
> dollars for
> shipping and handling. Karl can be reached by phone at 306-373-5010, by
> email at
> k.j.lenz at sasktel.net or by ground mail directed to 107-306 Heritage
> Lane, Saskatoon,
> SK, Canada, S7H 5P9
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