[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] Fwd: Re: Genealogy Inquiry - Klingbeil

Наталья Юдина yudina-62 at inbox.ru
Thu Jan 8 04:28:07 PST 2015

Hi Beth,
in Russia we have Christmas vacations till January 12, later I will consult with the expert.

I doubt that in 1939 people were forcibly sent from the Soviet territory to the German zone (Danzig).
I assume that Reimond was sent in 1939 to the labor camp in the Arkhangelsk region, and his parents and the wife with children later, in 1941,
were sent to Kazakhstan. 
In the SGGEE base I see two of his daughters - 1935 and 1938 year of birth, one of them married the Russian man, Vladimir Fomin. Where she is living now? From where has came to the database the information on Reimond's  death in Arkhangelsk on 31.03.1942?
Maybe you have already addressed to the Russian Red Cross?

This information can be useful for further searches (except all, in  Russian archives, as a rule, they demand the confirmation of relationship)

Best regards, Natalya

Thu, 8 Jan 2015 00:45:35 -0600 (GMT-06:00) от Beth Burke <mackzie at earthlink.net>:
>Your name was given to my by Peter von Lipinski in hopes that you can help me find information on a family member.
>Around 1939, the family of Reimond Klingbeil, his wife, Melitta Friedrich Klingbeil, and their daughter Maria were living in Russia.  There is additional information on the Klingbeil's below.
>Reimond Klingbeil was taken from his family at that time, along with other men from their community, and sent to work in a labor camp in the area around Gdansk.  He died several years later.
>The rest of the family was deported farther east into Russia, but some eventually made their way back to Germany.
>I am wondering if there might be any paperwork that might provide additional information on Reimond Klingbeil either from when he was taken from his family or when he died.  Would there be some sort of death certificate? We're these men buried in a particular area?
>Thank you in advance for any assistance you might be able to provide.  I look forward to hearing from you.
>Beth Burke
>Verona, Wisconsin, United States
>+/- ID Surname Given Name Source Sex Birth Place Birth Date Father Mother Spouse Death Place Death Date Marriage Info Children's ID Siblings' ID
>+ I483344 KLINGBEIL Raimund (=Reimund) 2record(s)
>M Kruglik (Kruhlik Fut./Antonowka Fut./Kruhlyk), Shepetivka, Khmelnytskyi, Ukraine 9 Jan 1905 I416002 : KLINGBEIL, August
>I416003 : HIPPE, Caroline
>I483333 : FRIEDRICH, Melitta
>Archangelsk (Archangel), , Arkhangelsk, Russia 31 Mar 1942 F171535


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