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Old 27th October 2014, 00:50
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Hi, I am hoping that someone can give me some insight into another branch of my family. My great grandfather Christian Hemmerling, his wife Maria(Haas) and 2 children(Kate and Elizabeth) came to Canada in April or May of 1901. Their residence was listed as Michalowka and their nationality was Galician, this I found on ship records. They were Roman Catholic. They spoke German and Ukrainian. They were traveling with other family members, great grandfathers brother Karl and his wife and members of the Haas family also.
I am curious to know how German people ended up in Michalowka, where this village is located and if there were any parents or siblings left behind and possibly where they ended up.
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Old 27th October 2014, 01:41
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Galizien German Descendants
Galizien German Descendants

Applicable to most German Migration
http://www.galiziengermandescendants...a/History2.pdf
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Most ethnic Germans were evacuated by 1938.
GGD 1939 Resettlement (EWZ) Records Help Pagelisted
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???There are four Michalowka's listed in Galician Gazetteer:
in pow
iats - Jaroslaw, Borszczow, Rawa Ruska, and Podhajce
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Biography describing the peaceful life of Germans in Galicia [i.e. Galizien] under Polish occupation. Michalowka is a small peaceful village in Galicia [i.e. Galizien] near Rawa Ruska. Here live German speaking farmers and craftsmen. They work, celebrate feasts, and live with Polish and Ukrainian neighbors in peace and harmony. All of a sudden political ideologies divide the occupants of this land who get caught up in the troubles of the new resettlement on an endless journey of flight. It shows the manners, the customs, and the destiny of the Galician [i.e Galizien] Germans. Includes photos.

The Anna Marks story continues for several more chapters which will be included in later GGD issues.

Includes bibliographical references.

https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/1845416

Anna Marks states that this Michalowka > Rawa Ruska had no church, so her family attended the RC Church in Uhnow.
https://familysearch.org/search/cata...tory%20Library
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FEEFHS: Galizien German Descendants
Catholic Settlements of Michalowka and Josefowka - by von Basilius Krysa Leipzig

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Old 27th October 2014, 04:44
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Hi Cattleman, if it is the Rawa Ruska linked with Uhnow in Hannia's message, then here it is as it was back in 1889.
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Old 28th October 2014, 19:18
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Thank you very much for the replies. That is part of the problem, I have no idea which Michalowka they originated from, Are all the Michalowkas located in Western Ukraine? Again thx for the help.
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Old 28th October 2014, 19:53
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There are four Michalowka's listed in Galician Gazetteer (Historic Galicia Province) in powiats - Jaroslaw, Borszczow, Rawa Ruska, and Podhajce.

Today Jaroslaw is in SE Poland and Rawa Ruska > Lviv region and Borschiv and Pidhajtsi are in Ternopil region.
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