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Searching Parishes of Beidendorf,Butzow,Lusssow,Plate,Prestin & Wattmannshagen

Searching Parishes of Beidendorf,Butzow,Lusssow,Plate,Prestin & Wattmannshagen

Verna McDowell (View posts)
Posted: 922276800000
Classification: Query
Surnames: Bossow, Buckholtz, Finck, Langenberg, Pfeffer, Schacht, Schroder, Schultz
Have been searching these and many more parishes in the area, and would like to hear from anyone searching the parishes, as well as family names.

Beidendorf

Regina Kramer (View posts)
Posted: 922363200000
Classification: Query
Hello. Please contact me. I am searchin in your area.
Regina from germany.

Schacht family

Dr. Edwin K. Simpson (View posts)
Posted: 928670400000
Classification: Query
Surnames: Schacht

I am related to August Schacht, b. 1852 near Frankfort, Germany. He d. Jan. 21, 1904 in Staten Island, N.Y. The middle name of the males for at least two generations was "Ferdinand." In my search I ran across a genealogy written in German of the Schacht family going back to the 1500's copywritten in the early 1900's. I can't make the connection but if I could it would be quite a breakthrough! There is some connection to a Schacht who owned a hotel in San Francisco prior to the earthquake of 1907. Any help would be appreciated.

Prestin Parish

Posted: 930484800000
Classification: Query
Edited: 993433756000
What surnames do you have from the Prestin Parish?

Wattsmanhagen

Posted: 930484800000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1042611200000
Surnames: Dreier, Dreyer, Striggow
Vollrath Karl Christoph Dreyer/Dreier, born in Roggow, was baptized in Wattmanshagen on 27 April 1778. He married Sophia Dorothea Striggow on 25 November 1801 in Reinshagen, and died on 20 December 1849 in Schwiggerow. Sophia was daughter of Riemer/Reimer Striggow, and was baptized in Vietgest on 14 March 1777; she died on 17 January 1851. Other surnames in family are Mestorf, Bohl aand Koester.

ancestors in Prestin Parish

Posted: 930571200000
Classification: Query
Edited: 993433756000
Surnames: HERMANN, JACOBS, VIEHSTADT, MAU, SCHLIEMANN, SEVERIN, SEBERIN, SCHROEDER, WENDT, BRASS, WANDSCHNEIDER, GROTHE, LUEBBE, DOHRMANN, VELTEN, FELDTEN, KUMMERFELDT
Just a few of the names I am researching in Prestin are:

HERMANN, JACOBS, VIEHSTADT, MAU, SCHLIEMANN, SEVERN/SEBERIN, SCHROEDER, WENDT, BRASS, WANDSCHNEIDER, GROTHE, LUEBBE, DOHRMANN, VELTEN/FELDTEN, KUMMERFELDT

My earliest Schroeder is Anna Sophia SCHROEDER who married in 1751 to Hans Joachim SEBERIN. She was from nearby Baedegow. I have not worked on this line in since late last year/early this year and unfortunately I am doing some back tracking because I didn't get it into the computer when I found it and now I have to refigure it out. I am now tracking their other children besides my direct ancestor (their son Hans Joachim). I believe Anna Sophia was born between mid 1710s and 1730s.

I fear I may not find more solid evidence until I get to Salt Lake to check the 1750 census which is only in book form.

I know I have a BOSSOW that married into a collateral line. I will check my papers on who that was and when.

Do you have a death date for your Catherin. Gret. Lish SCHROEDER BOSSOW?

Prestin Parish

Verna McDowell (View posts)
Posted: 930571200000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1128079703000
Surnames: Bossow, Schroeder
Researching Hans Jochim Bossow who married Catherin Gret. Lish Schroeder on Oct. 22, 1767. Their dtr. Cath. Doro. Maria Bossow md. Johann Christopher Pfeffer. I would like to find out who Hans' parents are and Catherin Schroeder's parents. I can't find them in this parish, and I don't know where they were born. Who are you searching in this parish? I can only assume they were born about 1740 something. Any help?

Prestin & Badegow

Verna McDowell (View posts)
Posted: 930657600000
Classification: Query
Surnames: Bossow, Schroeder
I just finished doing Badegow and I think I found my ancestor Trien Gret. Lish Schroeder being confirmed in 1755. And there is also Anna Sophia Schroeder being Confirmed in 1745, which would have put her birthdate about 1732. Of course yours like mine could easily be someone else's ancestor, but anyway for whatever it is worth. The records start with 1736, so that leaves her birth out (even if you could read it, because the first of many pages in the beginning are torn, faded real bad, and in a horrible condition. I tried desparately to go through and get every Schroeder father and children, and match them up, but never found my ancestor being born there. It is possible, only possible, that our Schroeder girls are sisters, or at least cousins. The last child I find that Schroeder & Bossow have is dated 1783, and is my ancestor. She lived until 1789 when a Thrien Gret. Bossow is a Godparent (of course it could be someone else) That's it.
I did not know that the 1750 census was only in book form at Salt Lake City, that is why I couldn't find a microfilm reel on it, and I guess I will never be able to find mine. Verna

SCHROEDER in Baedegow

Posted: 930744000000
Classification: Query
Edited: 993433756000
Surnames: SCHROEDER, SEBERIN
Yes it is unfortunate the early pages of the Kladrum church books did not survive so well. From what we can see though. the entries seem a bit sparce compared to other church books. There are actually two Anne Sophia possibilities in the confirmation records. The one confirmed in 1745 and one confirmed in 1747.

Until I can get to Salt Lake to see the 1750 census, I'll keep tracking all of Anna Sophia and Hans Joachim SEBERIN's kids to see if one of their marriage or death records provides more clues.

I find persistance pays off. Tonight, while investigating someone from the 1819 census in Prestin who seemed related (and turned out to be) in the Bulow church records, I finally found the marriage for Anna Sophia's son Hans Joachim (my direct ancestor) and his wife Ilsabe Wendt. Their kids are baptized in Prestin but I couldn't find their marriage. The marriage record told me where she was born -- thankfully I already have those church records from researching another line of mine. I also discovered they were both married previously with kids.

If I get ahold of the 1750 census I'll let you know. Also still need to check on my Bossow tie.

Bossow

Carol Bowen (View posts)
Posted: 930830400000
Classification: Query
P. S. Keep in mind that the 1751 census uses the feminine endings for female maiden names. Therefore, the name Stammern was probably really Stammer.
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