German SIG #Germany Re: Prussians #germany

Roger Lustig

Stolp? What a lovely coincidence! just put their Stolp
films on line. They cover 1813-1875. They're in a mix of Gothic German
and Latin letters.

Suffice it to say that, if you'd like to transcribe some of these
records for JRI-Poland and the JewishGen Germany Database, you need but
say the word. -- click on the camera
icons next to the film numbers.

Roger Lustig Princeton, NJ USA research coordinator, GerSIG

On 5/29/2017 Sharan Newman wrote:
I'm looking > for descendants of Judah Arnoldi and johanna Drucker.
Judah was married first to another Hannah and they had at least one
son, Lewin.
My line is through the second marriage. At least two of the children,
Henrietta (Fischer) and Eva (Lissman) b. 1856, come to America. The other
two, Samuel b. 1849, and Cecelia, stayed in Stettin (I thought) but Samuel's
son, Erich, also came in the early 1900s
I have Erichs address in Stetting, but now find that part of the family
might have come >from Stolp or Preußisch Friedland (Debrzno), Pomerania,
Germany (Poland)
If anyone knows of this family or how I can access and Jewish records from
these places, I would be very grateful. I read Gothic German, if I must and
the handwriting isn?t too awful. I can't read Yiddish.

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