Historical street maps of Wongrowitz and Gollantsch
From Peter Werner Wollinski peter.wollin@21:1/5 to All on Thu Aug 29 08:18:06 2019
Hello fellow researchers,
Have found resident registration cards in Poznan archives which
details the addresses of where my ancestors in Wongrowitz and in
Gollantsch lived. The addresses relate to the early 1900's and before
During that time, the above places were within Prussia. Following WW1
the area came under Polish control and the names of the villages
changed. Wongrowitz became Wagrowiec and Gollantsch became Golancz.
As the addresses on the card are in German and the street names have
now also changed, it will be appreciated if someone is able to advise
where I may possibly be able to obtain a street map for the above
places prior to WW1.
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