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NIMZ family of Streitzig nr Neustettin in Pommern
Posted by: Laurel in Sydney (ID *****1703) Date: April 18, 2011 at 21:08:48
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Hi
I'm searching for links to our NIMZ family of Streitzig. They were Protestant, German-speaking family who later moved to the town of Neustettin [now part of Poland]. My Grandmother was about age 12 when she left there, so we know little about her family.

Grandmother's parents:

Carl NIMZ born Christian Karl Wilhelm NIMZ 17 Nov 1861 in Streitzig was the son of Maria Erdmann & Ferdinand NIMZ.

On 13 July 1883 he was married in Neustettin Pommern to
Johanna MEUMANN b 17 Sept 1862 Grumsdorf Pommern daughter of Johanna THOM & Heinrich NEUMANN.

I'm keen to find records of death-burial for Johanna and Carl NIMZ. Family stories say they died quite young.

Perhaps someone knows marriage detials for their parents?
* Maria Erdmann & Ferdinand NIMZ [perhaps in Streitzig] &
* Johanna THOM & Heinrich NEUMANN in Grumsdorf?

I have few lists that I can look up for you for some of the Jewish community of Neustettin and also other NIMZ families from nearby villages of Hütten & Gellin in the district of Neustettin.

with thanks
Laurel in Sydney



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