[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] Grave location in Germany
manfred.hensel at koeln.de
Mon Jul 11 13:22:49 PDT 2016
I worry it is quite impossible to find a grave by such a manner.
Someone from Merzwiese Krs. Crossen, today Poland, had to flee in 1945
with his age of almost 70 years
to live some more years far away in the west, between just behind the
border and Rhineland in the west,
Holstein in the north and Bavaria in the south.
There is a still running project where a lot of guys try to register as
many graves as possible before these
graves were removed and lost
Unluckily the only Arno Meyer you can find there is far to young, born
in 1933 and this family name is
very very common in Germany.
Am 11.07.2016 um 16:55 schrieb Sig Tullmann:
> I am trying to assist a friend who is looking for the town in Germany that
> had been the location of a particular grave. ( I realize many graves in
> Germany are generally removed after 25 years of so, so it is not likely
> that the grave still exists )
> The grave was for:
> Arno Meyer, who ( per old photo of grave stone) died Aug 30, 1954 and was
> born Sep 14, 1878 in Merzwiese
> Any advice and/or direction to a potential data base would be appreciated.
> The burial lists available on Ancestry.com did not yield the information.
> Thank you.
> Sig Tullmann
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