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Re: Michael Betzhold and Mary Ott
Posted by: Thomas Poehlmann (ID *****4220) Date: August 08, 2012 at 03:25:44
In Reply to: Michael Betzhold and Mary Ott by Eileen Ball of 2045

Maybe the location "Metz" you are looking for is the French town Metz in Lorraine (see link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Metz), which was German upto 1552 and then again from 1870 to 1918. Around 1860 Metz was a French town. But maybe "Metz" was misunderstood for a location in West Prussia called "Metzwin" in county of Konitz (today Miedzno in woiwodship Pomorskie) or another location with similar name.




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