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1. [BAVARIA] German first name sounds like Zennin? [1]
Was just talking with a woman I've been working with trying to tie our two families together and she mentioned that she had one first cousin over in Germany that she ever knew of and his first name was Zennin. She's sure she never saw the name written down so she doesn't know how it was spelled. She's a sharp 86-year-old and I have no reason to doubt her about this name. I've just never seen or heard of it before. I tried behindthename.com and tried every spelling I could think of. I'm sure it
2. Re: [BAVARIA] keyboard combination to print a long "s" used inside a word. [1]
Mike, you can just set your computer to switch to German in the Language Section to get all the Umlauts (C6,C$, C<,)B and the long C.B I just switch back and forth from English to German.B I never tried any other Languages. B Manfred. -----Original Message----- From: Mike Kennedy To: Baden-Wuerttemberg@rootsweb.com Cc: Bavarian-ancestors@rootsweb.com; Bavaria@rootsweb.com Sent: Sun, 30 Dec 2007 10:37 pm Subject: [BAVARIA] keyboard combination to print a long "s" used in
3. Re: [BAVARIA] German first name sounds like Zennin? [1]
Her family was from Galicia, Austria, Germans living in what is today Poland, who were "resettled" to Germany during WWII. Robin On Jan 2, 2008, at 8:08 PM, Don Watson wrote: > Sounds like his occupation. A Senner is a dairy herdsman in the > Alps. Where > was he from, any idea? > > :-) > Don > > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to BAVARIA-request@rootsweb.com > with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and > the body of th
4. Re: [BAVARIA] German first name sounds like Zennin? [1]
Sounds like his occupation. A Senner is a dairy herdsman in the Alps. Where was he from, any idea? :-) Don
5. Re: [BAVARIA] translation of a birth cert needed - written in old style german handwriting [1]
Just saw your message on the Bavaria website, so thought that I would say hello from Rochester, NY. Valera D'Esopo ________________________________ From: Reinhard Hofer To: bavaria@rootsweb.com Sent: Monday, February 3, 2014 1:57 PM Subject: Re: [BAVARIA] translation of a birth cert needed - written in old style german handwriting Hello, I am a German genealogist and will try to decipher that paper for you. Contact me privately. mit freundlichen Gr|_en best regards
6. [BAVARIA] My germans, Bklyn, NY, 1850+ [1]
>From Baden and/or Wurttemberg to Bklyn, NY, 1850+: German: Bauer,Bear,Beimann,Beekman,Beuscher,Blankenmeyer,Castle,Decker, Engelhard/t,Frank,Helmken,Hohler,Hurrines,Johnson,Keller,Kittelberger, Klaun,Low,Miller/Meuller/Muller,Ringeissen,Rollmann,Soffel,Sterritt, Stratton,Vetter,Wagner,webster,Williams
7. Re: [BAVARIA] Zimmerau, Bavaria [1]
I did all that before I wrote here. I could never find it exactly. ~ Gail Schinnerer Jorgensen ~ On Fri, Feb 28, 2014 at 6:38 PM, Robert/Anita Clayton wrote: > try googling Zimmerau > > ---------- Original Message ---------- > From: Gail Schinnerer Jorgensen > To: bavaria@rootsweb.com > Subject: [BAVARIA] Zimmerau, Bavaria > Date: Fri, 28 Feb 2014 16:29:01 -0700 > > I am hoping that someone can help me. I recently found a written document > that was a chronicl
8. [BAVARIA] New list member - surnames Wenzel, Aaron, Hans, Horn [1]
I am new to this list. I am seeking information about these ancestors: PHILLIP WENZEL Born May, 1846 in, depending on which census youC"re looking at: Bavaria or Baden or Wurttemberg Came to U.S. circa 1870 (source: various censuses, no passenger record found) Parents John Wenzel and Annie Aaron (according to Long Island City Register of Marriages 1886 upon his marriage to Fredericka Hans) First wife perhaps named Mary? CHRISTOPHER HANS Born circa 1825 in, depending on the s
9. Re: [BAVARIA] translation of a birth cert needed - written in old style german handwriting [1]
Reinhard Hofer did some nice work for me in Bavaria. Valera D'Esopo ________________________________ From: Reinhard Hofer To: bavaria@rootsweb.com Sent: Monday, February 3, 2014 1:57 PM Subject: Re: [BAVARIA] translation of a birth cert needed - written in old style german handwriting Hello, I am a German genealogist and will try to decipher that paper for you. Contact me privately. mit freundlichen Gr|_en best regards Reinhard Hofer Hans-Resch-Str. 6 94099 Ruhstorf
10. [BAVARIA] Zimmerau, Bavaria [1]
I am hoping that someone can help me. I recently found a written document that was a chronicle of a cousins lineage. I have known since 2003 that a branch of my ancestors were from Zimmerau in Bavaria but had not been successful in locating it. The found document described the place in more detail which is giving me hope that I can narrow down the place to search for records. The author listed his greatx3 grandfather's place of marriage as Zimmerau, Lund, Konigshafen, Bavaria, Germany. At least I think
11. Re: [BAVARIA] Zimmerau, Bavaria [1]
try googling Zimmerau ---------- Original Message ---------- From: Gail Schinnerer Jorgensen To: bavaria@rootsweb.com Subject: [BAVARIA] Zimmerau, Bavaria Date: Fri, 28 Feb 2014 16:29:01 -0700 I am hoping that someone can help me. I recently found a written document that was a chronicle of a cousins lineage. I have known since 2003 that a branch of my ancestors were from Zimmerau in Bavaria but had not been successful in locating it. The found document described the place in more d
12. Re: [BAVARIA] Zimmerau, Bavaria [1]
Bad Konigshofen is just west of Zimmerau, so it has to be the right place ---------- Original Message ---------- From: "Robert/Anita Clayton" To: bavaria@rootsweb.com Subject: Re: [BAVARIA] Zimmerau, Bavaria Date: Sat, 1 Mar 2014 03:21:09 GMT try https://www.google.com/maps/@50.2635548,10.5848552,15z zoom out until you see the name Zimmerau come up. It is just west of Reith ---------- Original Message ---------- From: Gail Schinnerer Jorgensen To: bavaria@r
13. Re: [BAVARIA] Zimmerau, Bavaria [1]
try https://www.google.com/maps/@50.2635548,10.5848552,15z zoom out until you see the name Zimmerau come up. It is just west of Reith ---------- Original Message ---------- From: Gail Schinnerer Jorgensen To: bavaria@rootsweb.com Subject: Re: [BAVARIA] Zimmerau, Bavaria Date: Fri, 28 Feb 2014 19:44:29 -0700 I did all that before I wrote here. I could never find it exactly. ~ Gail Schinnerer Jorgensen ~ On Fri, Feb 28, 2014 at 6:38 PM, Robert/Anita Clayton w
14. Re: [BAVARIA] translation of a birth cert needed - written in old style german handwriting [1]
Hello, I am a German genealogist and will try to decipher that paper for you. Contact me privately. mit freundlichen Gr|_en best regards Reinhard Hofer Hans-Resch-Str. 6 94099 Ruhstorf Germany find your ancestor in my list at: www.emigration-research.de.vu
15. Re: [BAVARIA] translation of a birth cert needed - written in old style german handwriting [1]
I can take a look at it. Please e-mail me privately at teresamcmillin@comcast.net . Have a great day. Teresa S. McMillin, CG www.lindstreet.com CG or Certified Genealogist is a service mark of the Board for Certification of Genealogists, used under license by board certified genealogists after periodic evaluation. ----- Original Message ----- From: "Gail Schinnerer Jorgensen" To: bavaria@rootsweb.com, german-genealogy@rootsweb.com, hesse@rootsweb.com Sent: Monday, February
16. [BAVARIA] translation of a birth cert needed - written in old style german handwriting [1]
I have a birth cert from NYC, which I believe lists the towns in Germany her parents, my great x2 grandparents, are from. It is written in old style german handwriting. Any suggestions as to where to possibly get it "translated"? Thanks in advance, ~ Gail Schinnerer Jorgensen ~
17. [BAVARIA] FTM CD3 [1]
I have been getting many requests to check this CD for people from Bavaria. This is NOT a CD of Bavaria. It is just one of many CD's FTM put out that cover the world from 1600 to the present. Unless you have checked the Family Tree Maker site and found the person you are looking for and it referenced one of the CD's 1 thru 5, I cannot help you. I can't just randomly look for everyone's people. I won't get anything else done. Again, check the FTM site and look for your people. If you find them and it re
18. [BAVARIA] LO MSG: Restriction on Immigrant Roll Call [1]
I am placing time and information limit on the Immigrant Roll Call. 1. The roll call must end June 2, 2000 Midnight your time zone as NOT to infuriate some subscribers. 2. The information is restricted to the immigrants from Bavaria to anywhere. No sneaky attempts to slip in on any immigrant NOT from Bavaria. The ones who try to break above rules will be dealt with. W. David Samuelsen Listowner
19. [BAVARIA] Re: BAVARIA-D Digest V00 #213 [1]
Hohe, Martin; Hohe, Charles; Hohe, Josef; immigrated from Reistenhausen, Bayern in 1882, arrival port unknown, vessel unknown, settled Chicago, Il. BAVARIA-D-request@rootsweb.com wrote: > Subject: > > BAVARIA-D Digest Volume 00 : Issue 213 > > Today's Topics: > #1 [BAVARIA] (BAVARIA) ROLL CALL ["Mary A. Baccus" #2 [BAVARIA] BAVARIA-D Digest V00 #21 [QUESTLNDA@aol.com] > #3 [BAVARIA] BAVARIA: Immigrant Roll ["Nancy V. Podella"
20. [BAVARIA] Immigrant - SCHULTHEIS, Johann Georg [1]
Johann Georg SCHULTHEIS b. 29 July 1838, Heilgersdorf. Arrived at New York 10 July 1854. Worked there as a carpenter for about four months, then went to Dane County, Wisconsin, and worked on Albert G. HADDER's farm. Married Rebecca Ann Hadder 24 Nov 1859. Bought land in Houston County, Minnesota, and farmed there until 1869, when they moved to Mitchell County, Iowa, and lived there until he d. 11 Sept 1922. Who were John's parents? I have a nice photo of them, but not their names. Pat Speers
21. [BAVARIA] Compulsory Military Service [1]
Hi all, Something I recently ran across to add to the previous discussion of "compulsory military service". An excerpt from Angus Baxter's "In Search of Your German Roots, A Complete Guide to Tracing Your Ancestors in the Germanic Areas of Europe": "Military Records These are incomplete and not always easily accessible but they are worth working on because every male was liable for military service in the various state armies. If your ancestors came from the Schleswig-Holstein area, you are luckie
22. Re: [BAVARIA] Immigrant Roll Call - KUNTZ [1]
Am looking for ancestors of Lewis Michael Hollinger, b about 1808, migrated to MS in 1830's. Found his baptismal certificate at Protestant Reformed church in Ernstwieler Kate ----- Original Message ----- From: To: Sent: Sunday, May 28, 2000 2:27 AM Subject: [BAVARIA] Immigrant Roll Call - KUNTZ > Hello, > > I'm on the Alsace-Lorraine list also and they have set up an Immigrant Roll > Call thread so that if anyone sees the name in the subject line and knows of
23. [BAVARIA] Help with Photos [1]
Dear List: I have just received a bunch of photos that belonged to my great-grandfather Bernard Schwab. They are not marked and I have no idea of who these people are. Several have frames with names of photo studios in Lichtenfels, Bitterfeld and N|rnberg. There is also a picture of a large house with a about a dozen people about and a sign that says "Hand??ng ? Josef Mahr'. Another is a picture postcard of Lichtenfels with some handwriting on it. I have discovered that there are two Lichtenfels in German
24. Re: [BAVARIA] LO MSG: Restriction on Immigrant Roll Call [1]
I am looking for info on LORENZ PICKEL JOHN PICKEL JOSEPH PICKEL immigrated from Drosendorf, Bayern, Germany. Lorenz and John immigrated around 1887 to Pittsburgh, PA; Joseph before 1898 as he was in Spanish American War, probably came to Pittsburgh, Pa, then enlisted in Ohio, then to Washington State, and lived in San Francisco, CAL. in 1912. Any info appreciated. Rosemarie Beatty Researching: Ferguson/Elliott, Davis/Waugh, Beatty/Duffy, Pickel/Straub and Smithson
25. [BAVARIA] Roll Call: ECKSTEIN, LEIKAM [1]
Searching for GEORG ECKSTEIN born June 1813, married BARBARA LEIKAM had one son JOHANN, when the emigrated Oct. 1845, from Bremen to New Orleans. Census give birth place as Bavaria. Both Catholic, no further information in Church records or LDS files Thanks Wilbert

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