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BARTZ, Natalia

Female 1900 - Bef 2000  (100 years)


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  • Name BARTZ, Natalia  
    Born 1900  Mogowo, Nasielsk, Mazowiecki, Poland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Female 
    Reference Number 1256 
    _UID 7783DDE52C7148E9A7A92F6D0943E9883319 
    Died Bef 2000 
    Notes 
    • Birth registration from Nasielsk records (LDS 1,197,738, no. 11, p. 142); record photocopied. One of the witnesses was Johann Fausak, at age 45 (therefore * 1855), who was also a godfather.
    Person ID I1256  Fausack
    Last Modified 26 Jun 2004 

    Father BARTZ, Andreas,   b. c 1868, Debinki, Pultusk, Mazowieckie, Poland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 1900  (Age ~ 33 years) 
    Mother FAUSAK, Caroline,   b. 1858,   d. Aft 1900  (Age 43 years) 
    Married 1893 
    Family ID F862  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

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  • Documents
    Bartz, Natalie; 1900; birth registration.  Russian language record from the Nasielsk Ev. Lutheran churchbooks.
    Bartz, Natalie; 1900; birth registration. Russian language record from the Nasielsk Ev. Lutheran churchbooks.
    "This happened in the city of Nasielsk on 1/13 January 1900 at 3:00 o'clock in the afternoon. Andreas Bartz, 32 years old, laborer from Mogowo appeared in the presence of witnesses Johann Fausak, 45 uears old, and Christian Molzahn, 23 years old, both laborers from Mogowo, and presented to us a child of the female sex, stating that she was born in the same place on 28 December 1899/9 January 1900 from his lawful wife Caroline, born Fausak, 38 years old. To this child at Holy Baptism performed on this day was given the name Natalie. The godparents were Johann Fausak and Anna Simon. This document was read to the declarent and to the illiterate witnesses, and signed bu us alone. Pastor A. Damowski(?)"