German        Polish       Location fromVandsburg
VandsburgWiecbork --------------
ZempelburgSepolno Krajenskie7 miles NNE
SmilowoSmilowo2 miles E.
WittunWitunia1 mile E (also appears as Wittonia)
WissokaWysoka Krajenska3+ miles NE
BorzyzkovoBorzyszkovo3 miles SW
RunowoRunowo Krajenskie2 miles SW
SossnowSosno9 miles NE
ZossenSosno9 miles NE
NeuhofNowy Dwor2 miles NNW
ZakrzewkeZakrzewek1 mile SW of Nowy Dwor (also called Seemark)
CzarmunCzarmun4 miles SSW
SittnowSitno5 miles SE, 2.5 miles E. of Peperzyn and Zabartowo
PempersinPeperzyn4 miles SE
ZabartowoZabartowo4 miles SE (These two towns are next to one another.)
Zboze/ZboseZboze4 miles NE
NichorsNiechorz3 miles E of Zempelburg
ObodovoObodowo9 miles NE, Obodowo appeared twice in other documents as Obendrof - not Obendorf
PloetzigPlocicz9 miles N
ZahnTrzciany3 miles NE
Lobsens (Kr. Wirsitz)Lobzenica (Wyrzysk)14 miles SW
Wissek (Kr. Wirsitz)Wysoka24 miles SW
SchanzendorfSitowiec10 miles ENE
Gross WoellwitzWielowicz6 miles NE
Klein WoellwitzWielowicz6 miles NE
ErlauOlszewka9 miles NE
Gross LutowLutowo6 miles NW
KaminKamien Krajenski12 miles N
BagnitzBagienica13 miles NE
RogalinRogalin7 miles ENE
Klein KolonieMala Klonia10 miles NE
ZabatowoZabartowo4 miles SE
MonkowarskMakawarsko12 miles ENE


     ​Distances from West Prussian villages to Vandsburg, West Prussia

Source:  rtcarlson1.tripod.com/index.html

The following list of names for the German towns were found in the microfilm records for births, confirmations, marriage and death records for the persons living in the settlements in and around Vandsburg/Zempelburg, Kreis Flatow, West Prussia, 1795-1883.  This list is NOT complete.  The records were spotty with respect to events and time periods covered. These films were viewed and interpreted in Spring of 2000 by Claude Baker.