Kreis Regenwalde Book

Kreis Regenwalde book cover

County Regenwalde


Compiled, Translated and Edited by

Paul Sternberg, Janice Savage, Jerry Savage,
Lana Larsen and Joyce Gardner

Mail-in Order Form

 

With hundreds of pre-war and post-war photos and postcards,
collected over seven years by the Pommern Regional Group of
Minnesota, Kreis Regenwalde is alphabetically organized by
village with 97 cities and villages presented. Touching recollections of people
born in Regenwalde have been included in this work. A wonderful
overview of life in County Regenwalde has been assembled especially
for people researching ancestry from this area. There are 363 pages
and over 950 black and white and color photos.

 

Contents:
Introduction, Map, History, Churches, Church Bells, Church Books,
Cemeteries, Faith, Churches After 1945.

Alt Döberitz, Altenfließ,
Altenhagen, Bandekow, Bernsdorf, Blankenhagen, Bonin, Daberkow,
Dorow, Dübzow, Elvershagen, Friedrichsgnade, Geiglitz, Gerdshagen,
Gienow, Glietzig, Grabow, Gross Borckenhagen, Gross Raddow, Grünhoff
Haseleu, Heydebreck, Hoffelde, Horst, Justemin, Justin, Kankelfitz,
Karnitz, Karolinenhof, Karow, Klaushagen, Klein Raddow, Kratzig,
Kummerow, Labes, Labuhn, Lasbeck, Lessenthin, Lietzow, Loepersdorf,
Lowin, Ludwigshorst, Mackfitz, Maldewin, Margarethenhof, Meesow
Mellen, Natelfitz, Neu Labuhn, Neuenhagen, Neuenhagen Kolonie,
Neukirchen, Niederhagen, Obernhagen, Ornshagen, Paatzig, Piepenburg,
Piepenhagen, Pinnow, Plathe, Polchow, Radem, Reckow, Regenwalde,
Rienow, Roggow A, Roggow B, Rosenfelde, Rosenow, Ruhnow, Saagen,
Sallmow, Schmelzdorf, Schönwalde, Schwerin, Silligsdorf, Sophienhof,
Stargordt, Stramehl, Teschendorf, Wangerin, Wedderwill, Winningen,
Wisbu, Witzmitz, Woitzel, Woldenburg, Wolkow, Wurow, Zachow,
Zeitlitz, Zimmerhausen, Zowen, Zozenow, and Zülzefitz.

Several lists are included at the back of the book:
Village names from German to Polish and Polish to German.
Where to find church and civil records for Kreis Regenwalde
Manor home owners