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ARNSWALDE

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Originally appearing in Volume V02, Page 640 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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ARNSWALDE, a town of Germany, in the kingdom of Prussia, in a marshy district between four lakes, 20 m. S.W. of Stargard and on the main line between that place and Posen. Besides the Gothic church there are no noteworthy public buildings. Its industries include iron founding, machinery, and manufactures of cloth, matches and starch. Pop. (1900) 8665.
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Hello to everyone, I am the son of Karl W. Walther who was born in arnswalde, I would like to find out if he had any family if so were I could contact them, He just turned 95 years old on May 20,2010. That means he was born in 1915, I did find out he lived near a stream and a younger age was a little bit wild and had to live with his grandparents, but I do not know were? Thank you very much if someone has any information,I was born in Germany and lived in Bielefeld, my email address is rwalther@sasktel.net. Roland Walther
I am a decendent of Franz "Frank Redmann born in Arnswalde Germany in 1828. I looking for anyone with information concerning geneology of the Redmann family or relatives in the region.
My great grandfather was born, Feb 20,1852 in Arnswalde, Germany. His father was Johann Zeglin. He emigrated to the US about 1870 and went to Waconia, Minnesota, where he built a resort on Coney Island. I can't find much information on his family in Germany. Please contact me if you know any Zeglin's from the Aarnswalde area. Thank you, Joni Zeglin jgzeglin@gmail.com
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