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Following are some emigration details for the parish Buchholz (Schwaan). The parish consists of the villages Ziesendorf, Nienhusen, Fahrenholz, Großbölkow, Wahrstorf, Hucksdorf, Brookhusen, Benitz and Buchholz itself.


Benitz
Between 1850 and 1880 approx. 22 people emigrated. The family names are: Schmidt, Godemann, Scharf, Jaeger, Ziems, Beckmann, Friedrichs, Pless, Karsten, Edler and Cordes.
Brookhusen
The number of emigrants is uncertain. The family names are: Stoll, Völkner, Pless, Wittenberg, Karnatz.
Buchholz
Between 1850 and 1880 approx. 370 people emigrated, in the 1850s = 137 persons, in the 1860s = 233, in the 1870s and 1880s just a few. The family names are: Bannier, Behrens, Schwanbeck, Barten, Stoll, Benik, Roth, Willert, Thilke, Wehland, Hildebrandt, Ladewig, Vorbeck, Hucksdorf, Vohls, Bünger, Neetz and Wier.
Fahrenholz
Between 1853 and 1880 approx. 90 perople emigrated. The family names are: Severin, Brandt, Kaeding, Frohbeck, Armending, Karsten, Oldag, Bünger, Rehfeldt, Behrens and Ziems.
Groß Bölkow
Between 1850 and 1880 approx. 42 people emigrated. The family names are: Brandt, Biemann, Boldt, Völker, Fust, Stoll, Heinrich, Köpke, Hintze, Schuhmacher, Harder, Papenhagen.
Hucksdorf
15 people emigrated in the 1860s. Their family names are: Stoll, Beese, Warbelau and Benning
Nienhusen
The carpenter Johann J.P. Wollenberg emigrated in 1872.
Pölchow
Between 1850 and 1880 approx. 32 persons emigrated. Their family names are: Kossow, Kracht, Husholler, Lübow, Jürgens, Benning, Schröder, Wiermeyer, Köhlhagen, Eggert, Gärber, Höewedt, Pimoco, Peters, Behrens, Bermit, Woittenberg, Krull.
Warstorf
Between 1850 and 1880 approx. 58 persons emigrated. Their names are: Kernappel, Priess, Laesch, Knopp, Bielfeldt, Dahlmann, Lüthens, Lang, Harms, Qualmann, Haase, Wittenberg, Boldt.
Ziesendorf
Between 1850 and 1880 approx. 53 persons emigrated. The family names are: Bade, Barten, Plagemann, Kempcke, Mau, Schtür, Metzner, Lageburch, Vick, Schmidt, Koepcke, Christen, Kelling, Fien, Dankert, Lehmkohl, Ples, Niekrenz, Bramur, Geitmann, Gallenberg, Hintze, Scheeld, Schwanbeer, Krohn, Rohde.


Source:
Suleiman, Ali. Über die Auswanderung aus dem ländlichen Raum in Mecklenburg im vorigen Jahrhundert.