I was recently given permission by Martin Bonneß to publish his family tree on My Pomerania. He was very excited to help other researchers with his work and for the possibility to connect with other family members. The earliest parts of his family tree come from Gandelin in Kreis Kolberg-Körlin around 1794. They would be […]

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My Pomeranian Centenary Ancestor I’m André Hammann, from Brazil, and I’m the descendant of the centenary woman and immigrant Henriette GOLDBECK (NEUSCHRANK from her first marriage). She lived for 103 years, 3 months and 26 days, buried in the Cemetery of Fazenda Pirajá, countryside of Nova Petrópolis, State of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. And […]

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The city of Blumenau, Brazil was founded on September 2, 1850 by German immigrants. The place takes its name from its founder, Dr. Hermann Bruno Otto Blumenau. Many from the lists below show variations of place names from Pomerania but may be spelled incorrectly. For example, Podewils is spelled “Podewels” and “Podewelg” and Nelep is […]

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