Where was Papendorf Prussia located?
There may be other places in Germany called Papendorf, including some in territory transferred to Poland and the Soviet Union in 1945.
PS. I see that Pasewalk was in Prussia from 1720-1947, when Prussia was dissolved. It was first annexed by Brandenburg in 1676.
Another alternative that should be checked out, or at least given some consideration, is created by adding a second P to create Pappendorf in the current state if Sachen. You can locate it by drawing a line between Leipzig and Dresden, and a second line due South of Berlin. The intersection is Pappendorf.
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