[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] Where should I look next?
paul.rakow at cantab.net
Fri May 6 13:13:54 PDT 2016
You have already done a lot - I think the confirmation certificate
with the pastor's name may be the best clue.
On the Urich side, have you followed up on Anna Urich,
who also emigrated from Oglendow in 1907? She left Hamburg on
10 Nov 1907, arrived NY on 24 Nov. Ship was "Patricia".
She was 16, and on her way to join a brother Jacob in Little Falls,
NY. Since these Urichs were from the same place, they might give some
On Fri, May 6, 2016 19:39, Drew Schmidt wrote:
> I've posted on here before but I'm wondering where the more wise and sage
> folks on this list think I should look next. I'm trying to track my
> Grandfather and back.
> While I have my stuff on Ancestry I've also created a page here outlining
> most of what I know -
> Take a look and tell me where you think I should start digging next.
> My grandfather Adolph Schmidt lived with his cousin Matthew Urich in
> early 1900's. I've provided his information as well because certainly he
> ties back into the same family in a generation.
> I would appreciate just some direction and thoughts.
> Thank -Drew Schmidt
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