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Messages - Deb Clark Rennie

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Dave … are you still out there :-) I need some more help if it’s not too much trouble.  I’m investigating the other side of the Prussian family, the Belicke line and they are a bit tricky as well but there are a few records that I thought might be helpful but of course I can’t read them.  Let me know if you can help.

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Dave … is there anything of interest in Carl’s baptism?  I am curious as to why he was baptised there instead of back in Chwalim

https://www.ancestry.com/imageviewer/collections/2116/images/4173699_00336?pId=1426032

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Hmm wonder if he was a brother to Johanna and Wilhelmine .. will keep digging

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More Klemke’s in Chwalim


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Wow! Thank you Dave I’ve never come across Wilhelm Ernst Rau before now completely missed him but not much doubt with his place of birth parents etc  found a few new cousins to add to my tree with him.  More pieces of the puzzle.

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Always worth a look
There seems a few Rau families in the area where Carl Rau was baptised so wondered if they had family there too? As why else would they be there as it seems a distance from Chwalim.  I never foind the baptism of the eldest daughter who died age 13.

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I think so Dave most being born in Chwalim except for one or two one being Carl the oldest son
NameCarl August RauBirth Date13. Sep 1830 (13 Sep 1830)Birth PlaceTrzciel, Lubuskie, Polska (Poland)


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Thanks Dave … another piece of the puzzle from those.  So when Gotthilf Rau married Johanna Klemke in 1826 all parents were still alive. 

And Johanna Klemke was from Chwalim but Gotthilf was from Klemzig what is now Klepsk is that right? And he was a water Miller when he married but perhaps took on the wind mill job once he married and was living in Chwalim.  So I might see if there are any other Rau families in Klemzig. 

I can only assume that Wilhelmina and Johanna were sisters or at the very least cousins.  The fact that their sons all migrated to the same place in Australia is all too much of a coincidence for them not to be related.

Bit by bit with your help more pieces are coming together so thank you

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Death Henriette Wilhelmine Habermann nee Klemke

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Schmöllen 28 November 1884

Vor den unterzeichneten Standesbeamten erschien heute der Persönlichkeit bekannt,
die Frau Mathilde Zirade geb. Habermann

Wohnhaft zu Klein Schmoellen
und zeigte an, dass ihre Mutter, die Wittwe Henriette
Wilhelmine Habermann geb. Klemke
71 Jahre alt, evangelischer Religion
Wohnhaft zu Klein Schmoellen
geboren zu Chwalim, Kreis Bomst. Zuletzt ver-
heirathet gewesen mit den verstorbenen
Müller Johann August Habermann.

Tochter des Müllers Johann Gottlob Klemke und dessen
Ehefrau. Vor- und Familienname unbekannt

zu Klein Schmoellen in der Anzeigenden Behausung
am acht und zwanzigst (28) November 1884,
vormittags um acht Uhr
verstorben sei
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Before the undersigned registrar appeared today, identity known,
Frau Mathilde Zirade geb. Habermann, resident in Klein Schmoellen and reported that her mother, the widow Henriette Wilhelmine Habermann nee Klemke, 71 years old, protestant
born in Chwalim. died in her home on the 28 November 1884 at 8 am

formerly married to the deceased miller Johann August Haberman

daughter of the miller, Johann Gottlob Klemke and his wife
„names unknown“

read aloud, approved and signed

Hi Dave … I wonder if this is her fathers death seeing as when she married Johann it said her parents were dead.

Does this give his occupation as Miller?

https://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?indiv=1&dbid=2116&h=196916&tid=&pid=&queryId=f8b7364c52b6183f321764527764dfed&usePUB=true&_phsrc=YXi1&_phstart=successSource

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