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1. Re: [BAVARIAN-ANCESTORS] PFORTZ was it ever part of Bavaria orAlsace-Lorraine? [1]
In a message dated 1/14/2008 12:35:35 A.M. Mountain Standard Time, lilacarlhg@amnet.co.cr writes: Hi Bill, Good! This does at least validate the Bavaria references in all of the US records! In what time period did your ancestors immigrate to the US? 1850s to the 1880s Bill in Denver **************Start the year off right. Easy ways to stay in shape. http://body.aol.com/fitness/winter-exercise?NCID=aolcmp00300000002489
2. [BAVARIAN-ANCESTORS] PFORTZ was it ever part of Bavaria or Alsace-Lorraine? [1]
Hi all, After spending several hours with some maps, I give up! Here is what I have: Church documents from Germany that give the location of birth for my STEPHANY ancestors as a town called PFORTZ. Also, I have church records from the US that give the same name and indicate that it is/was in Bavaria. My cousin told me that the name was changed to MAXIMILIANSAU. According to my modern gazetteer of Germany, this town is just northwest of KARLSRUHE, just WEST of the Rhein river. Using older maps from 17
3. Re: [BAVARIAN-ANCESTORS] passport costs [1]
I just applied for a passport -- total cost $107.00 which included picture taking and fee for processing. Wait time was predicted at 6 to 8 weeks. Joan/OH **************Biggest Grammy Award surprises of all time on AOL Music. (http://music.aol.com/grammys/pictures/never-won-a-grammy?NCID=aolcmp003000000025 48)
4. Re: [BAVARIAN-ANCESTORS] Probst emmigration and reasons [1]
Pete My 2nd cousin Rose Mary Dietzen of Harrion, WI, married a man named Alois Probst in 1949. His ancestor John Probst, 1808-1885, was born in Brandten, Eastern Bavaria. He married Magdalena Zitzler, b 1812, John Probst owned a flour mill and saw mill about a mile from Regen, Bavaria. John sold the mill in 1885 and immigrated to Harrison, WI in 1886. Joseph Jr., his eldest child, had completed his Bavarian military service and was already in America, possibly looking for farm land for his father. The othe
5. Re: [BAVARIAN-ANCESTORS] Trip Costs (Florence) [1]
Florence Mass transit, if you use the various mass transit systems in Germany and also most of Europe they operate on the honor system. On the various trains and subways that we used in 2005 there is no one checking your ticket when you get on the train ect. You purchase your ticket at a vending machine or ticket counter, then when you get on the train you validate or get your ticket stamped. You don't have to get your ticket stamped or even buy a ticket, there is no one checking when
6. Re: [BAVARIAN-ANCESTORS] BAVARIAN-ANCESTORS Digest, Vol 3, Issue 23 [1]
To jan, Jan you wrote about Platt Deutsche but what caught my eye was Oldenburg. I have one account of family history that says my gg grandfather came from Oldenburg, Germany. However he arrived in New York City on Oct 21, 1853 and at that time there was a Duchy named Oldenburg plus at least one town named Oldenburg. He spoke High German and was Roman Catholic. His name was Jospeh derner, birthdate Jan 8, 1814, married Theresia Merkt from Spaichingen (confirmed birthplace), Germany probably
7. Re: [BAVARIAN-ANCESTORS] passport costs [1]
In a message dated 1/25/2008 9:21:04 A.M. Central Standard Time, cooperk@woh.rr.com writes: waited 4 months and still had not received their passport it is faster when you had a passport before, but is expired. Same happened to my husband Ulli _Hanna1023@aol.com_ (mailto:Hanna1023@aol.com) **************Biggest Grammy Award surprises of all time on AOL Music. (http://music.aol.com/grammys/pictures/never-won-a-grammy?NCID=aolcmp003000000025 48)
8. Re: [BAVARIAN-ANCESTORS] passport costs [1]
Katherine, Completely off-topic, my apologies, no offence intended: Without intending to become political, in my opinion, this is one of the basic differences between NAFTA and EU. Just before Christmas 2007, we have included the 2004 accession EU countries in the Schengen system, means scrapping the direct border checks between the old EU countries (minus UK and Ireland) and the 2004 accession countries (e.g. Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Hungary, Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia, C
9. Re: [BAVARIAN-ANCESTORS] Thanks for your help on Germany trip costs [1]
Hi, Easy mistake. You used the conversion 'backwards'. US$ 17 only buys 12 Euro. ----- Original Message ----- From: "Claudia Adams" To: Sent: Wednesday, January 23, 2008 8:12 AM Subject: Re: [BAVARIAN-ANCESTORS] Thanks for your help on Germany trip costs Arnold If you had bought a T shirt in Euros in the amount of 17 Euros that is not 5 to 10 $ that would 12 $ the exchange rate right now from $ into Euros is 1.46$. http://www.x-rates.com/calcu
10. Re: [BAVARIAN-ANCESTORS] PFORTZ was it ever part of Bavaria or Alsace-Lorraine? [1]
Hi Fred, No, I do not mean The Pfalz. I am aware of the difference. The church records clearly spell the town as PFORTZ on both sides of the Atlantic. Thank you. Linda in Costa Rica Monroe County, NY Records and Family Genealogy http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~monroenys/ Monroe County, NY History http://freepages.history.rootsweb.com/~monroenys/ ----- Original Message ----- From: Fred H Held To: alsace-lorraine@rootsweb.com ; Linda H. Gutierrez Sent: 14 January, 2008 1:04 AM Su
11. Re: [BAVARIAN-ANCESTORS] Emigration question - Stiegler, Stigler, Ostermann, Edenharder [1]
How sad that we never thought to ask our ancestors, where they born, immigration, brothers, sisters etc. I am at fault here also. Even he ancestors kept little record of their forbearers. But I guess before the Internet, we knew little of how to search and probably thought we couldn't trace anything. Arden ----- Original Message ----- From: "Shirley Miller" To: Sent: Tuesday, January 01, 2008 12:27 PM Subject: Re: [BAVARIAN-ANCESTORS] Emigratio
12. Re: [BAVARIAN-ANCESTORS] Translation Help - daselbst [1]
Thanks Bill and everyone else who responded. I used Babelfish and they missed a lot of the words. I'll have to start searching elsewhere on the net or buy a good dictionary. Dot ----- Original Message ----- From: To: Sent: Sunday, January 27, 2008 10:11 AM Subject: Re: [BAVARIAN-ANCESTORS] Translation Help - daselbst > Re: daselbst > > In the huge Oxford-Duden English-German dictionary is a very simple > translation of daselbst: "there" > In LEO,
13. Re: [BAVARIAN-ANCESTORS] Town search [1]
Yippeee! So many have helped me I hope I helped you. Lots of Luck and may all your branches on your tree of life be filled in!!! ----- Original Message ----- From: To: Sent: Saturday, January 26, 2008 3:08 PM Subject: Re: [BAVARIAN-ANCESTORS] Town search > Hi Sally, > > I just googled "Felshiem" - it might be a match. The "Pi" and the "Fe" > could easily be misunderstood or misread... GREAT IDEA! Thank you!!! > > > -----Original Message----- > From:
14. Re: [BAVARIAN-ANCESTORS] PFORTZ was it ever part of Bavaria orAlsace-Lorraine? [1]
Try this one, seems to work fine. http://www.jewishgen.org/Communities/LocRad.asp Also Maximiliansau - Wikipedia - [ Translate this page ]Maximiliansau ist ein Ortsbezirk der Stadt Wvrth am Rhein und liegt im Landkreis Germersheim im S|dosten des Bundeslandes Rheinland-Pfalz. ... de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maximiliansau - 29k - Cached Until 1938 the town was named Pfortz. 1865 entstand die erste Eisenbahn-Schiffbr|cke der Welt nvrdlich von Pfortz. 1865 was the first railroad bridge in the world ship north
15. Re: [BAVARIAN-ANCESTORS] Researchers.... [1]
I had very good experiences with a guy named Rainer Mayer who gave me a good start to a beginning in the bavarian forest, where i was looking for Graf & Meyerhofer. He used to live in Moosburg, but moved to Trostberg. I never got a new address for him. Ulrike H. Graf _Hanna1023@aol.com_ (mailto:Hanna1023@aol.com) **************Start the year off right. Easy ways to stay in shape. http://body.aol.com/fitness/winter-exercise?NCID=aolcmp00300000002489
16. Re: [BAVARIAN-ANCESTORS] Ingmar [1]
Ingmar is a Christian name, but I have never seen it in Bavaria. It is more common in Scandinavian countries. Michael Am 08.01.2008 um 11:38 schrieb casperveth@aol.com: > "Herr" is the equivalent of Mr. in German.? Ingmar sounds more like > someone's name.?? Perhaps one of our friends in Germany can confirm > this. > > Ray Veth, Middletown, NJ > > > -----Original Message----- > From: M L FULLER > To: bavarian-ancestors@rootsweb.com > Sent: Mon, 7 Jan 2008 10:13 pm > Sub
17. Re: [BAVARIAN-ANCESTORS] Costs in Germany [1]
while you did not send me this email personally, i wanted to thank you as we will be in munich the end of february to the beginning of march. what do you think the weather will be then? we will be doing some genealogical research. any ideas of places to seek information? thank you for your consideration in this matter. i look forward to your reply. peace, katherine cooper Independent Mary Kay Beauty Consultant www.marykay.com/katherinecooper katherinecooper@marykay.com
18. [BAVARIAN-ANCESTORS] Danube Swabanians [1]
Hello - I would be very interested in learning more about that region so anything you have would be very much appreciated. You can send them to me at my home email: scooter@cruzio.com, if you would like. Otherwise, there may be others on this board would be interested in the same. Thank you so much for you help and for the article you sent. Jan -----Original Message----- From: bavarian-ancestors-bounces@rootsweb.com [mailto:bavarian-ancestors-bounces@rootsweb.com] On Behalf Of Hanna1023@aol.com Sent
19. [BAVARIAN-ANCESTORS] Kunneth [1]
My great great grandmother was born in Bavaria, Germany her name was Barbara Kunneth Munch, she was married to?Heinrich Munch (son of Michael Munch)?their children were Anna Munch Hayes (my great grandmother), Oscar, Henry and William all of NY, USA this is all I know about that side of the family, anyone know of them? Thank you Karen ________________________________________________________________________ More new features than ever. Check out the new AOL Mail ! - http://webmail.aol.com
20. [BAVARIAN-ANCESTORS] Costs in Germany [1]
Hello - My husband and I just spent eighteen days in Germany this past September/October. We rented a car and stayed at hotels that were probably three or four stars. Because we opted to stay in decent hotels, we were very careful with our eating expenses as well as our "touring" expenses. For food, our hotels normally provided us breakfasts ... which were more than adequate. Lunch was usually on the run (either 'fast food' or a cute little cafe). For dinner ... well, many times we would visit the l
21. Re: [BAVARIAN-ANCESTORS] Thanks for your help on Germany trip costs [1]
Wrong Conversion! The 17 Euro shirt would cost this $27.78 in US Dollars
22. Re: [BAVARIAN-ANCESTORS] Thanks for your help on Germany trip costs [1]
Yes, Rick Steves' books are great. I have in my hand "Rick Steves' German Phrase Book & Dictionary." Small, but packed with info. My copy is from 2003 and was $7.95. (What is that, about 15 Euros?? I have a terrible time figuring out those exchange rates. When we first went to Italy, they were using the Lira. If I remember correctly, a nice T-shirt was about $17,000 Euros!! Translated to $5 or $10 or so.) Keep your desire to visit Germany alive by "fanning the flames." (Keep thinking of all
23. [BAVARIAN-ANCESTORS] Mesethmuhle [1]
Dot, I do not have Schmitts in my family tree, but you mentioned Mesethmuhle in your message to Deb, I have a picture of the Mesethmuhle (mill) and a partial history of it that I will e-mail to you seperately. I am researching the surname MESETH/MESSETH from Stammbach and surronding area. I have contact with a woman in Kulmbach, close to Stammbach, who's maiden name was MESETH We have exchanged information and believe that we are related but further back in time than I have researched We both believe th
24. [BAVARIAN-ANCESTORS] Costs in Germany [1]
Some members of our family are planning to visit various places in Germany this coming June. I wish we could have done it sooner when it was cheaper to do so because our budgets are limited. Could someone please give me some idea of how much we could get by with for such things as a hotel, a cup of coffee, auto or van rental for six, etc., or would it just be safe to go to the conversion rate for the dollar versus the euro? We would like to visit ares around Trier, Loerrach, and Munich. Thank you so muc
25. Re: [BAVARIAN-ANCESTORS] Town search [1]
Hi Bill - Thank you for the map!!! Unfortunately, I already contactes the Archives of this town, but they claimed to have no record of my ancestor... Hence I welcome other sound-alikes or suggestions for other villages which sound like "Pilsheim"... -----Original Message----- From: Gormwa40@aol.com To: bavarian-ancestors@rootsweb.com Sent: Sat, 26 Jan 2008 10:13 pm Subject: Re: [BAVARIAN-ANCESTORS] Town search There IS a Pilsheim in Germany. You can view it on this map, where the red star is loca

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