264Re: Lost Platzke family in Prussia prior to 1900
- Jan 9, 2008Did the Platzkes or Von Hohenfels come to the US? If they did census
records would be great. Go to a local Family History Center (altho
connected to the Mormon Church they are helpful to everyone) they
have records from all over the world.
What about religious records? If they were Jewish there is a great
Jewish website. I will have to look it up and get back to you.
My own g-grandparents were Theodore and Anna (Briese) Scholz from
Breslau, Silesia, Prussia now Wroclaw, Poland and I have lots of
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>would be greatly appreciated. I am located near Washington, D.C.
> Hello everyone, I am new to the group so any directions or help
>Platzke family. A grand father,
> The reason I have joined is the fact we have no record of our
> Hermann Platzke, Born 14 Aug 1880, Danzig, Prussia has no recordof parents or any family in the area that we can locate. There is a
story that he was given as a baby to an aunt by the name of Platzke
to save his life. It is believed his parents were jewish, and
possibly had the name of Von Hohenfels.
> Any suggestions on where to start?
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