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Marianne Patzer (View posts)
Posted: 8 May 2000 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Patzer, Affeldt, Roehnke, Hardtke, Lenz, Hoppe
Hi, my name is Marianne Patzer and I research the family tree of my husband Joern Fritz Patzer. The above names are all in the tree and are connected by marriage.
I got lots of Patzer's from 1735 till now. All came from an area known as Pommern (Pommerance) Germany, but now the towns are in Poland. There are a few missing links in that tree and it would be nice to hear from anybody who is researching the PATZER family from that area.
Thanks. Marianne Patzer, Sydney, Australia

Web site - Patzer surname

Posted: 9 May 2000 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 22 Jun 2001 7:18AM GMT
Surnames: Patzer
You probably know more than I do regarding the time frame you mention. I only go back to the nineteenth century. Please visit my web site http://www.ubtanet.com/~eldepends/ to see if perhaps we connect. The Patzer family line of mine is family line #1 on the opening page and should be almost impossible to miss. Please browse the site and let me know if we appear to have any common links. Hope to hear from you. Jim

Hardtke -> Hartke from Pommern

Posted: 16 May 2000 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 5 Jul 2001 4:38AM GMT
Surnames: Hartke, Hardtke, Kroepel, Kr�pel, Behnke, Ewald
I have Hardtke/Hartke names from the Kr. Lauenburg area of Pommern from around 1700s to 1880. My g-grandfather Wilhelm Hardtke was living in Kerschkow near Ossecken in 1879. Tjhe family moved to the US in 1882. The name was changing to 'Hartke' while they were still living in Pommern based on civil records.

Patzer

Marianne (View posts)
Posted: 16 May 2000 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Hello Jim,
thanks for writing back to me. I had a look at your side, but there seems to be no connection with the Patzers you have. It really doesn't say where you family came from at all. One of the earliest of the Patzers from Pommerania, was a Michael Patzer born 1735 in Grosskuedde now Gwada Wielke in Poland. More or less all the ancestors came from there. My husbands great-greatgrandfather was Johann, Wilhelm Patzer he was a farmer, born 10.3.1846 in Grosskuedde, died there 30.5.1921, he married Emilie Roehnke. They had 9 children, but we only know of 2, one of them was my husbands greatgrandfather Friedrich, Wilhelm Reinhold Patzer. So all of the 7 children are not accounted for and there where it could get interesting. I'm still searching and perhaps one day I'll get it together. We're going to Germany next year and really hope that we can get some info there and then.
I know it's not helping much in your family, but then, you never know. I have the whole family tree and if you would like it I could send to you directly over the e-mail.
Thanks for answering anyway. Marianne from Sydney

Hardtke

Marianne (View posts)
Posted: 17 May 2000 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Hello Ken,
the name Hardtke is a very common name in Germany, and all the Patzer's and Hardtke's I have are from a town called Grosskuedde (now Gwada Wielke in Poland) This is the family tree of my husband and as far as I can see, there is no connection to your family at all. Sorry, but that's the way it seems to be all the time. Just when I think I found something for our tree, it turns out that there is no connection at all. But I keep trying, you never know when you find somebody. Good luck. Marianne from Sydney

Hartke/ Hannover Germany

Posted: 9 Sep 2000 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 30 Jun 2001 6:29AM GMT
Surnames: Hartke, Marshall, Loetz, Merkel
I have a Henrietta/aka/Nettie/aka/Ella Nettie Hartke b.May 1871 on a boat coming from Germany. She was married to Charles Loetz who was from Mecklenburg Germany b. 6-12-1866
Henrietta's parents where William Hartke b. 1-1841 Littrup, Hannover Germany and Anna Lizetta Marshall b. Schorte, Westfalen Germany. I also have a Henry Merkel who was Charles Loetz daughter-in-laws father. Can anyone help?

New information on where my Patzers came from.

Posted: 3 Mar 2001 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 22 Jun 2001 7:18AM GMT
Surnames: Patzer
Have recently received documentation that my GGFather's name was Samuel Patzer, md. Carolyn Marquardt and evidently they did emmigrate from Poland, although I don't know any more specific location than that. Does this connect to your lines, or don't we have enough information yet to know that?

Patzer

Marianne Patzer (View posts)
Posted: 17 Mar 2001 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Hello James,
sorry, but we don't really know where your GGfather came from. My husbands Patzer family cames from a town called
Gross-Kuedde, now Gwada Wilke in Poland. That's all we have, but Samuel Patzer has not been one of the names we have. There could be a connection, because we have some of the children missing, that would be in the early 1800. The list we have states only the next boy in line for the name, but some have written down more of the children then others. I know that doesn't help much, but you never know when you get info from somewhere. Good luck, we all need it. Marianne from Sydney

Re: Patzer

Sven Patzer (View posts)
Posted: 2 Jan 2002 10:48PM GMT
Classification: Query
Hallo Marianne
I am from Germany, Me GGFather came from Pommern. We search for more information, where the brother or sister from my GGFather live, please send me your Familie tree , or i can send you me familie tree . so i can look , if i can give you more information.
Nice greetings Sven Patzer from Bad Arolsen, Germany

Re: Patzer

Posted: 25 Feb 2009 7:44PM GMT
Classification: Query
Hello Marianne,
i read your text by ancestry and I think your description fits to my grandparents.
I was born in Grossküdde in the year 1923 and I know my Grandmother. My Grandfather died in the Years between 1921 and 1923 and his Name was Johann Patzer. My Grandmother was born in the Year 1850 and died in the Year 1936. They got 9 childrens and her Name was Emilie Patzer. I don't know every Name of the childrens but a few. The Names are Karl, Friedrich, Franz, Theodor, Ida, Lina, Franziska.

I am very excited about the response.

Many greetings from Germany,
Heinz Patzer (Heinz-Patzer@web.de)
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