German -> English (handwritten surname in SS-Personalakte)

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German -> English (handwritten surname in SS-Personalakte)

Post by Michael Miller » 04 Sep 2020 00:56

Seeking the maiden name and place of birth of Christine Müller (wife and later widow of SS-Hstuf. d. R. Heinz-Fritz Müller, RK/DKiG/NKSiG).

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~ Mike
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Re: German -> English (handwritten surname in SS-Personalakte)

Post by GregSingh » 04 Sep 2020 01:17

Place of birth looks like Dresden.
My guess for maiden name: Mosig.
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Re: German -> English (handwritten surname in SS-Personalakte)

Post by Michael Miller » 04 Sep 2020 03:05

Thank you, that looks like a fit to me.
And it's Dresden for sure. Her husband also hailed from Sachsen (town called Grimma).

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