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- 176. [DVHH] Roll Call 2008; KEGLEWICHHAUSEN: Hockl, Mathias, Wambach, Kunst etc. 
- >From John J. Kornfeind
Here is my 2008 Roll Call:
Hockl, Huckel, Hockel, Hvckl, Huxel and other derivations: Keglewichhausen, Lenauheim in the Banat
and prior to 1767 Berghausen in the Hochsauerland Kreis
Pauli: Uj-Skt. Ivany, Hungary
Glendale, AZ. USA
- 177. Re: [DVHH] Roll Call 2008 Piringer - Bogarosch 
I have in my family tree a line of Ripplinger/Replinger/Reblinger from
Bogarosch, with the oldest man born about 1748 in Lothringen. My notes
indicate that his wife was Katharina Piringer, born about 1736 (probably in
Lothringen/Lorraine?). Both were "Einwanderer" (original settlers) in
They may or not be part of your tree, but they point to Lothringen/Lorraine
as a possible place of origin. I am awaiting the Fb Bg (Familienbuch
Bogarosch) to learn more about my other ancestors from Boga
- 178. Re: [DVHH] Kutschera 
- Hi Anne.K.
With a little guidance from some list members postings, and if you say the
word Sandorhaasen, is mentioned in one of the documents, I believe the
following might be your answer. Is you noticed the Kutschera was common name
in the Banat. Keep in mind, many of them re settled to different villages.
Also as Susan mentioned before, some colonists immigrated from Bohemia, to
Banat, Batschka, etc..
Also, there are Kutschera's from Bohemia, who live in our city, they spell
their name as Cucsera.
- 179. Re: [DVHH] Fw: The name Amand 
- Kurt !
There must've been a reason for their journey being denied, because they
already were registered to leave for Cajenne. I notice 6 of their children
were born in Filipowa.(Katharina, *14.2.1767; Anna M. *1.11.1769;
Johann, 10.11.1775; Elisabetha, *19.03.1777; Josef, *19.03.1779; M.Klara
I have one of 33 volumes, which lists the names of people who emigrated from
Germany to Cajenne, South America, some to North America, and some to parts
of Europe. This took place between 1729-1765,
- 180. Re: [DVHH] Word look up please - Dienstknech 
- To Marilynn and the rest of us;
I took Dienstknech and die-LOL sected it. I know not funny. Anyway Dienst
= service and her second spelling knecht means farmhand. So you get a
service farmhand, for what I do not know, but that is what you get.
Hope it helps
**************Start the year off right. Easy ways to stay in shape.
- 181. Re: [DVHH] Reversing Camps? 
- I should have been more explicit in my little note. The 'reversed camps'
that I had read about were exclusively located in countries that became part
of Communist Eastern Europe (Czechoslovakia? Poland?). I apologize for any
[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Tina Leto
Sent: 27-Jan-08 1:16 PM
Subject: Re: [DVHH] Reversing Camps?
- 182. [DVHH] Request 
- Hi all,
Hope everyone has recovered from the holidays.
I would like to request that when we type a surname that we type it in ALL CAPS. It makes so much easier for me to visually scan the emails for surnames that I am interested in.
Thanks and Cheers,
- 183. Re: [DVHH] List of Hungarian medical terms 
- Hi Lori,
Thank you for sharing the link. It is very useful the Archaic Medical Terms.
I can help you with that Hungarian word:
velesz|letett gyengesig = born with weakness
Lori Straus wrote:
Just received a nice package in the mail from Rose Mary - thank you!
- and am now trying to decipher causes of death in Hungarian, though
I speak none.
I found this website which may of interest to those in a similar
- 184. Re: [DVHH] Mezobereny lookup for Elisabeth Stefan 
- Hi Lori,
No one has prepared a Familienbuch for Mezobereny yet. Istvan Maleth is
working on it but has many years yet to go.
However, if you go to your local Family History Center, you can ask them to
order from Salt Lake City the following films:
Evangilikus Egyhaz, Mezvberiny, Hazasultak, Halottak 1802-1895, 9 631081,
Hungary, Bikes, Mezvberiny - Church records.
Evangilikus Egyhaz, Mezvberiny, Kereszteltek 1802-1896, 9 0631090, Subject:
Bikes, Mezvberiny - Church records.
- 185. Re: [DVHH] Word look up please - Dienstknech 
- My Oxford-Duden says work helper or servant-assistant. Others that know the
language better or the time appropriate use of the word might have a more
John J. Kornfeind - Glendale, AZ
Keglewichhausen Village Coordinator
----- Original Message -----
From: "elizabeth Josellis"
Sent: Wednesday, January 09, 2008 7:06 AM
Subject: [DVHH] Word look up please - Dienstknech
> If anyone can help I need a word look up I beli
- 186. Re: [DVHH] Schadek in Tullius Tree 
- Hi Rudy,
I can see now that what I wrote was
confusing. When I said that "Rudy and I have
determined that Michael b. 1837 is his ancestor,"
I meant that Michael b. 1837 is *your* (Rudy's) ancestor.
So sorry for the confusion!
At 11:17 AM 1/26/2008, email@example.com wrote:
>Greetings - Jane & Nick.
> Jane, What was your route in determening that Michael Schadek is Nick,s
>Ancestor, when his stated Branch of the family does not reflect anyone close
>by --- date to Michael Schadek Year 1837.
- 187. [DVHH] Sekura 
Thank you, for the information, to my knowledge they came from the former
Yugoslavia and Hungarian border. It is possible that the name changeed.
- 188. [DVHH] Romanian words 
- Can anyone who speaks romanian tell me what the words 'manca' and 'paine', both with an inverted 'v' above the second letters (a) mean? I can't find any words in my dictionary with this inverted 'v' near the beginning of a word, although they often have the normal 'v' symbol at the beginning of a word. I'm trying to translate a diary written during the 1950s in the Baragan!
Thanks for any help...
- 189. Re: [DVHH] Anna Taugner Leitermann - T. Sagh, Saagh or Saagt 
- Speaking of names spelled differently. I have this situation. My great
grandfather stated in his manifest he was going to see an Andreas
Geiger. As a witness on his marriage certificate his name is Andreas
Geier and on other documents the last name is spelled Gayer I believe.
Could Gayer and Geiger actually be the same name?
On Jan 23, 2008, at 6:56 PM, ajleeb wrote:
> Schag = German; Sag=Romanian; Temessag=Hungarian;
> Michael Taugner b. in Schag, died in WW-I;
> Anton Taugner, b. 19.11.1904
- 190. [DVHH] Roll Call 
- These are my few
Heger Kukujevci, Kusnia,Futok,Bukin, Erdvik, Kruschevlje, Bessarabia (?), Stanischitsch (?), Gakowa(?), Wien (?) Bohemia (?)
Heberling Palanka, Bukin, Kukujevci / Kupinovo, Gajdobra, Linz, United States, Sharon, Pennsylvania US,
- 191. Re: [DVHH] URSCHEL 
- Well, right now, I only have the settlers list translated, so I have no further information. But I am now going to proceed quite a bit faster to see what I can find. Stay tuned, and I will see what I come up with.
Eve wrote: Hello Chris,
Can you tell me what all is mentioned of Philipp Urschel? Does it list a wife and/or children?
On Jan 15, 2008 8:16 AM, Chris Seil < firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
My great, great, great grandparents were Peter Klein and Elisabet
- 192. Re: [DVHH] Query 
- I don't know why others left, but my family left Ortsidorf in 1909 to save
their oldest two sons from being drafted into the Romanian army. They had
liked their life, were doing relatively well and the parents were not
otherwise interested in coming. The sons saw no future in Romania for
themselves. Intensive Marginalization had occurred at the turn of the
century in the parts of the Banat in Hungary and a similar situation was
occurring in the Banat in Romania. My family spoke a spoke a German dial
- 193. Re: [DVHH] Clearing frustrations 
I think that was an excellent example!
On Jan 31, 2008 6:10 PM, Anne Dreer wrote:
> Hello All,
> The easiest way to understand or distinguish what we were is by this
> If a family, no matter how long ago, moved from Germany to China, they
> could become Chinese citizens, but they would never be considered 'Chinese'.
> Just my two cents' worth.
> Anne D.
> genealogy, descent, ancestry, extraction, lineag
- 194. [DVHH] A Prayer for Jody 
- Dear Jody,
My thoughts and prayers are with you. I had to make the same decision when my husband was not yet sixty.
I am sure the whole List is thinking of you and sending you kind thoughts.
When I come to the end of the road
And the sun has set for me
I want no rites in a gloom filled room
Why cry for a soul set free?
Miss me a little - but not too long
and not with your head bowed low
Remember the love that we once shared
Miss me - but let me go.
For this is a journey we all must take
- 195. Re: [DVHH] Reversing Camps? 
- Mauthausen was a concentration camp with a number of sub-camps
associated with it.
I did do some research about this some time ago and eventually will
come upon it again. Now if I can only find my notes after all this time.
The problem in the immediate aftermath of the war is that many of
those who had survived the camps at war's end had nowhere to go.
Those that did, naturally went, but there were those, particularly
Jews from Poland, Ukraine, that could not/would not return. Adding to
- 196. [DVHH] deciphering church records 
- Hello everyone!
Just returned from the Princeton Family History Center and
I am chock-ful of questions for all of you seasoned research
veterans!! First, in one film titled "Orstssipenchuch Brestowatz"
I encountered the following: (Can someone help me translate
what I am reading/viewing please?)
Breztovac 300 Antonius Krebsz
- 197. Re: [DVHH] Camps 
I have submitted a DP camp experience summary to DVHH, and (I think)
it's awaiting editing.
It covers my 7 years in an Austrian DP camp, and explains the
hardships....and the uniqueness of that experience.
I do hope it gets published, for the DP camp experience is a common bond
that most of us Donauschwaben experienced prior to emigrating to other
Anne Dreer wrote:
>Sent: Sunday, January 27, 2008 4:04 PM
>The refugee camps in Germany and Austria were t
- 198. [DVHH] Arranged marriages 
- I imagine my mother telling me it was so probably wouldn't be considered
proof. She would argue that point. She has always said that her parents
were an arranged marriage. She even knew who arranged it - I would guess
her mother informed her of this.
On Jan 7, 2008 6:04 PM, Kurt McCrary wrote:
> Yes we sometimes have to initially take our best guess in some cases and
> then we back it up with fact or dissmiss it.
> On another subject, Seems I remember our family talking a
- 199. Re: [DVHH] Camps 
- Sent: Sunday, January 27, 2008 4:04 PM
The refugee camps in Germany and Austria were temporary lodgings, sometimes in barracks (usually not well insulated) where refugees were housed till they could find other accommodation or the authorities found some for them. Some of those camps were still inhabited in the mid 1950's. I had still relatives in the Schlotwiese camp in Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen in 1953. My husband's family was in Moschendorf.
The camps were often crowded, especially in 1944
- 200. [DVHH] roll call - 2008 
- >From Glogowatz:
Sander/Szander; Reichert; Porst; Weisenburger; Groo; Vegner; Schlee; Schneider; Steger; Hettman; Stolz; Kasztner; Schmalbach; Freher; Haiberger; Lais; Leisz; Folcz; Gruber; Lump; Dorner; Dumelle; Haneker; Possmayer; Schaudeneker; Schoneker;
Sander/Szander; Lump; Neu; Hacker(t); Dorner; Miller; Kaiser; Janzon; Gerhart; Weber; Peter(in); Herzog; Schibel; Nilklas;Schlaich; Folk; Merle; Hoffman; Schmidt; Rausch; Schaudenecker; Reisz;
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