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How can I trace my family Giesbrecht/Goertz from Teodorowo/Czarne without Ellis Island manifest?


jillbripalko 1 | -
18 May 2014 #1
I have been researching my Great-Grandfather, Wilhelm Giesbrecht (Gisbrecht, Giesebrecht, Geisbrecht). I have his manifest port of entry from Hamburg to New York on ship "Scandia" in 1890. Place or origin Teodorowo. Second manifest port of entry from Hamburg to New York on ship "Rugia". Place of origin Czarne. He was Lutheran. I am interested in Lutheran churches in Lipno County. He married Marianna Goertz in I think 1888. He had a son, Gustav in 1892. She and son, Gustav emigrated in 1896. I cannot find their manifest or immigration at Ellis Island. Does anyone have any suggestions as to how to track them down. I have been at this since 2005. Thanks to all members in advance.
TheOther 6 | 3,818
18 May 2014 #2
I cannot find their manifest or immigration at Ellis Island

Have you tried other ports of entry yet?

immigrantships.net
DorisSt
7 Aug 2015 #3
Please contact me with doris.stienen@gmx.de. My ancestors (especially Krause, Bilitz) are from the Lipno parish, my cousins even born in Teodorowo. My 3Ggrandfather's sister Eva Krause got married to a Michael Gisbrecht in 1831. Yet I do not more about this family but having reached a dead end concerning my direct line I hope to learn more about the Krause family by learning more about the Krause daughters' families. It may be a hint that some of the Gisbrecht family members got the name Isbrecht/Izbrecht in the 19th century. My grandfather's cousin Paulina Krause * 1891 got married to a Andreas Isbrecht about 1912. Hope to hear from you, Doris


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