This page lists towns and villages in the historical Prussian province of Brandenburg in which people with the surname of Schrank (or variations Schranck, Schranke, Schrancke, Shrank, Szrank) are known to have lived. The data comes from various sources and people - an indication of the source is given with each entry.
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|Königsberg, Neumark||Königsberg/Nm, Rohrbeck, Stolzenfelde, Pätzig, Bärwalde, Alt-Rüdnitz, Küstrin|
|Arnswalde, Neumark||Sellnow, Reetz|
|Frankfurt an der Oder||Frankfurt an der Oder|
Key to symbols:
(1) A few Kreise of the Neumark were incorporated into Pomerania in 1938 and were ceded to Poland in 1945: Königsberg, Soldin & Arnswalde. The Kreise of Dramburg and Schivelbein had already been incorporated into Pomerania in 1816.
(2) The location is given as Rohrbach, Kreis Königsberg. As two other entries mention Rohrbeck, and the first names coincide, all entries were included under Rohrbeck.
(3) There were 3 places called Sellnow: i) the abovementioned town in the Kreis of Arnswalde (originally Brandenburg, Pommern after 1938, Poland after 1945), ii) Sellnow, Kr. Lauenburg, Pomerania (= Zieleniewo, Poland), iii) Sellnow, Kr. Kolberg-Körlin, Pomerania (= Zieleniewo, Poland))