This is the book for Rogzow and Neugasthof in Kreis Kolberg-Körlin. These land registers begin in 1831 and chronicle the history of the village through the lens of property ownership. Because of hereditary rights, other family members are often listed as the book progresses from parents to children. Grundbuch from Rogzow and Neugasthof Volume 1 […]

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There are not many surviving records from Wartekow. The Grundbuch, however, is luckily preserved by the Polish State Archives in Koszalin. While the book mentioned here begins in 1875, there are a few other documents in the archives that have not been digitized yet which detail earlier history through mortgages. Wartekow Grundbuch Volume 1 (1-25)

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The Grundbücher for Dassow begin in 1827 and document the history of land ownership for the village. What’s amazing about these books is that they sometimes list children and spouses and their birth dates. Currently, volumes 1-7 have been photographed. Grundbuch Volume 1 (1-20) Grundbuch Volume 2 (1-71) Grundbuch Volume 3 (72-120) Grundbuch Volume 4 […]

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Klein Rambin is a place that is very near and dear to my heart. As the former residence of quite a number of my ancestors, it was previously difficult to research any further back. The civil registry started in 1874. Church books, however, are heavily fragmented and exist only from 1824-1848 for the church in […]

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Lands records for Semerow, formerly of Kreis Schivelbein, begin in the Grundbücher starting in 1855 and go through 1944. A quick look shows that these surnames appear in these book are: Becker, Borchard, Böttcher, Braasch, Braun, Bugs, Colberg, Dallmann, Damerow, Dreblow, Friedrich, Gruchow, Haese, Hanke, Hohenstein, Jagow, Krause, Lilge, Meyer, Neumann, Plautz, Ponath, Rabenhorst, Roggenbuch, […]

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