Need lookup for Gdansk, Puck, Wejherowo, Reda & Strzelno (Puck) towns
I'm looking for anyone would may have access to Prussian records in these Prussian/Polish towns- Strellin (Strzelno, Kries Puck, Poland), Putzig (Puck), Danzig (Gdansk), Neustadt (Wejherowo) & Rheda (Reda). I've been told that Strellin Roman Catholic Church records are on LDS Film#0544880 for 1758-1918, and that my surname is on there. I've ordered the film but was told it may take a couple of months to get. Meanwhile looking for other sources for this town or if someone currently has that film.
Here is my specific research:
Johann Hintzke b. 6/11/1841, in Strellin (& marriage to his first wife 1857-1871).
Martha Hintzke b. June 1872, in Strellin Father: Johann Mother: ???
Josef Francis Hintzke b. 1/6/1875, in Strellin (or Danzig) Father: Johann Mother: ???
Death of Johann's 1st wife between Jan-Jun 1875, in ??? (this is the most important person I'm trying to find as she's my direct line)
Johann Hintzke 2nd marriage to Seraphina Duball(or Soldafine Dieball) between Jan-Jun 1875 in Strellin or Gross Strellin. Family legend says -She was a Roman Catholic "apprentice" or Novice nun who after finishing her training decided not to become a nun because she wanted a family. At the same time Johann was bringing his 2 children to the convent/orphanage because he couldn't care for them alone. The nuns arranged the meeting/marriage of the two.
Johann L. Hintzke, Jr b. 2/29/1876, in ??? Father: Johann Mother: Seraphina
Anna Hintzke b. 1/26/1878, in ??? Father: Johann Mother: Seraphina
Otto A. Hintzke b. 8/16/1880 in Konigsburg, WestPruessen (I believe this is now Kaliningrad, Russia)
Theodore Valentine Hinske b. 2/14/1883 in Putzig, Neustadt (now Puck or Wejherowo, Poland) Father: Johann, M: Sera
It took 15 years to get to this point so any help would be appreciated.