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Re: Rosental/Talmanis Ozols
Posted by: Arturs Zageris (ID *****1618) Date: May 22, 2013 at 08:15:10
In Reply to: Rosental/Talmanis Ozols by Linda Gathings of 3012

Hi Linda,
I am not familiar with google translation. I will call Latvia tomorrow to see what information I can get.
Here are some bits of information:
1 Raduraksti 1875-1891 Marriages page 36 of 242 entry #18
Fritz Rohse married Gedruhte Meesis in 1878
At time of marriage both were living at Zehr Wezzwaggar
[Ceres Vecvagars]. Fritz was born in Zehr Grahwel. I
couldn't read where Gedruhte was born but may not be in
2 Raduraksti 1875-1891 Marriages page 42 of 242 entry #54
Fritz Muhrneeks married Marie Dzelzkaln [Ironmountain]
in 1878. Believe, not sure, Fritz's father was Jannis,
Marie's father Fritz.
Fritz was overseer at farm Aizdzirnes Ruggaikaln, was
born in Zehr Leische. Marie was born in Zehr Grahwel.
3 Raduraksti 1861-1891 Born Page 267 of 354 entry #38
4/13/1887 birth [May 24 christening] of Fritz Wilhelm
Rose to Fritz and Gedruhte Rose at Oxeln Beele. He is
the lawyer and government official I have mentioned
earlier. His birth is at the farm where in 1938 where
Fricis Murnieks lived. I think he is one of the Rozini.
If memory is correct he had a brother and sister
[twins] at least.
4 Rosenthal is German name: rosen=roses, thal=valley
Thus it means valley of roses. Newer German has it tal.
Your reference to Rozuleja however spelled is not to
a place but to the last name Rozentals. Roz'u is
plural genetive [possessive] form of rose and lejs is
low ground or valley. Roschlejs is masculine ,
German-Latvian combination. All variants of the last
name come into play making records harder to find.
How is Fricis Murnieks related to you?
Whom do you expect to be buried in cemetery in Ceraukstes pagasts?
Arturs Zageris

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