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From: "Gary Schoening" <>
Subject: Re: [S-H-RTS] Re: Thank you for Information onSatjendorf
Date: Tue, 7 Aug 2001 13:20:41 -0500

Dear Ute and Wolfgang;
Thank you so very much for the information on Satjendorf, 30 years of
research , two trips to Germany and this is the first English translation
that I have on the village where my ancestors came from.
Thank you again
Gary Schoening
Glenwood, Iowa [Near Mineola, Iowa where many families from the Giekau
church area setteled.]
-----Original Message-----
From: Wolfgang Boock <>
Date: Monday, August 06, 2001 11:53 AM
Subject: [S-H-RTS] Re: Thank you for Information on Gadendorf

>Hello Gary,
>here is information concerning the village of Satjendorf:
>Satjendorf, ( Sartjendorf, former Sattekendorp) village 1 1/8 miles north
of Lütjendorf, in the estate Hohenfelde, parish Gnissau. It contains 7
Vollhufen, 2 Drittelhufen, a small leasehold property and 49 Instenkathen.
Improved Vollhufen (farms) are called Haferstoppel, Haffkamp and Rossbaum, a
Kathe is named Sachskamp and 1 Fischerkathe at the Baltic Sea is named
Hubertsberg. - School with one-hundred children. - Hostelry. - There is one
smith and some other hand craftsmen. - Area: 609 Steuertonnen, under which
56 tons grasslands. The soil is mostly a good wheat soil.
>The source of this information is:
>Johannes von Schröder,
>Topographie von Holstein und Lauenburg 1855
>Best regards,
>Ute and Wolfgang

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