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26. [DVHH] Roll Call [1]
Another new person with Roll Call. Thanking Ron Gretz for his help in getting me this far along. Robert Kasicki Apatin: Witzmann/Panzner, Witzmann/Muller, Muller/ Lippert, Witzmann/Nuber, Panzner/Eberling, Panzner/Katalyi, Panzner/Walter, Eberling/Frech, Eberling/Wolf, Wolf/Sdruhar, Frech/Protitsch, Frech/Brucker, Protitsch/Hagemann, Hagemann/Ther, Protitsch/Dolt Hodschag: Muller/Weinmann, Muller/Koch, Weinmann/Klopfer Csonoplya: Kartalyi/Kovacs, Kovacs/Tamas Koblenz Germany: Wolf/Gubert F
27. Re: [DVHH] Query [1]
Hello Kati, Go here "One Step" Click on the Manifest button, then read about recovering a lost manifest. Usually (I think) you can find the immigration information by reading their census record it ussually tells when and where ...........Best of my knowledge. http://www.jewishgen.org/databases/eidb/ellisgold.html Best regards Kurt Kati Angelini wrote: Thank you for the information Kurt. I actually confirmed that Paul is my mom's great uncle and bought the family burial plot in
28. Re: [DVHH] Kula [1]
Interestingly I just hit this subject in a mail with Jakob Gvtz today. There he mentioned that Paul Scherer has published the very good Orstsippenbuch Kula. Hope that helps, Annette ------------------------------------------- Annette Schwindt Bonn/Germany webmaster@schwindt-family.com www.schwindt-family.com currently researching: SCHWIND(T) - BECHTLER - SCHEPP also: ANTONI - GUTWEIN - HUTH LOHRMANN - MICHEL - WILL ------------------------------------------ > -----Urspr|ngliche Nachricht----- >
29. Re: [DVHH] FW: Re: Banat Schwabian Ancestry [1]
Jane, Indeed I have 3 pictures of me beside the grave marker of my great grandfather. I can scan them. I believe the lady in the picture is an aunt/great aunt still living (at the time) in Schag. It is very difficult to see the dates it is easy to see the name. Marc This is a forward. I have nothing for Marc beyond what's in the Lenauheim FB. In addition to what Alex and John have already offered, maybe someone else can help Marc with his Schag and grave marker questions. ...Ja
30. Re: [DVHH] Naming children [1]
Lori -- not sure if anyone responded to this yet but the likely answer is that the child was being named for the godparent. If you have the church records you would see that. This was quite common. Susan ----- Original Message ----- From: "Lori Straus" To: "DVHH List" Sent: Monday, December 31, 2007 12:59 PM Subject: [DVHH] Naming children > In going through families in both Hungary and Romania, I noticed that > if a child died, the ne
31. [DVHH] Nicholas Schilzonyi - Musical Reed Pipe Instrument Invention 1916 [1]
Looks like our Nicholas was also an inventor! Noelle Giesse discovered this document online. Amazing what can be found. It's exciting to see to what extend Nic's talents were. Musical Reed Pipe Instrument Invention Inventor: Niklas Shilzony Musical Reed Pipe Instrument / Application Filed 16 Aug. 1916 Patented Dec. 17, 1918 / Attorney: James R. Townsend http://www.dvhh.org/banat/arts_&_literature/musicians/schilzonyi_nicholas/docs/patent.htm Thank you Noelle! Jody
32. Re: [DVHH] Kovil Szent Ivan [1]
I assume you mean the Batschka town. It's listed at http://www.genealogienetz.de/reg/ESE/backa_o-z.html#sajkaskisvetiivan. No FHL microfilm listed. Alternate names are )ajka9,Sajka9ki Sveti Ivan,Kovil-Szent-Ivan,Kowil-Sankt-Iwan,Sajkasszentivan,)ajka9ka,Sajkaski Sveti Ivan,Sajkaska,Szent-Ivany,Sajkasszentivan,Szent-Ivany,Schatzdorf,Kovil-Szent -Ivan. Nearby is Waldneudorf (Budisava, Tiszakalmanfalva, with FHL film # 639199. gabi -----Original Message----- From: donauschwaben-villages-bounces@rootswe
33. Re: [DVHH] Fw: [BANAT-L] Who decided that? Reversing Camps? [1]
I believe that at one time Mauthausen was also a concentration camp. If it then became a DP camp, it reminds me of an allegation that in many cases the camps stayed the same, only the inmates became the new administrators, and the old administrators became the new inmates. In a first-person story I once read, the 'new administrator' bragged that he could kill as many inmates in a month as the 'old administration' had managed to kill in a year. If it is true, that too is history, but for the sake of balance
34. Re: [DVHH] Naming children [1]
---Urspr|ngliche Nachricht--- From: "brigitte.gunther.wolf@t-online.de" <000809005087-0001@T-Online.de> To: "Susan Williams" Subject: Re: [DVHH] Naming children Hello Lori, hello Susan, I think that it was allways about to get the first names of the "parents". If the father was a Philipp, the firstborn son was named after him. If the mother was a Katharina, the firstborn daughter was named after her. It4s fact when this first childs died that the other siblings become (in highe
35. Re: [DVHH] Banat Schwabian Ancestry [1]
Hi Marc, Congratulations on joining the search for your roots: it's a very rewarding hobby to engage in :) I lived in the Sauerland for about a year - absolutely beautiful region. The website www.sauerland.com is a modern-day tourist website. They don't appear to have an English translation - but the pictures will at least give you an idea of where your ancestors came from. Many homes there are very old and must be built and retained in a certain architectural style. Happy to share with you a
36. [DVHH] Kutschera. [1]
Dear Members. Wow! - I have to check the information with relatives to see if we are on the right track. I'm sure this is the correct information. To all of you who provided me with your information, THANK YOU. Anne.K. 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
37. [DVHH] Poem and flaowers [1]
Dear Nancy, Tell Alex to go ahead and use the poem. I am all for contributing towards flowers. Perhaps if too much gets donated it could be arranged to have more than one delivery about a week or so apart. It is later on that the tragedy really sinks in. Let us know where to send the money. Donating what's left to a good cause is another option. Best Regards, Anne D.
38. [DVHH] STEIGELE (HUTH) [1]
Hello Eve, yes, I have this Maria Elisabetha HUTH in my files too. She was born 31 oct 1825 and married Peter STEIGELE from Tscherwenka. But then I couldn't find this Peter in the Tscherwenka-file of Angela Hefner (see http://www.genealogienetz.de/vereine/AKdFF/tscherw.pdf). There are only notes about the following STEIGELE / STEICHELE / STEICHELIN: ___________________ Steigele Franz * 06.10.1829 in Tschw + 02.02.1870 in Altker Sv 056/165 Philipp u Roth Kathar. oo 16.11.1847 Tschw Schdfer Katharina * 23
39. Re: [DVHH] Does anyone have any LETT's maybe LEICHT? One was b. BUNKINBATSHKA late 1800's [1]
Kurt. The name is Leth (Lett). Did you mean Bukin (Bunkin. There were Leths (Lett) from Dt-Lorrain. went to Bruckenau/Banat (Catholic) in 1752. To Gertianosch. Some went to Apatin. Alex. ----- Original Message ----- From: "Kurt McCrary" To: Sent: Sunday, January 06, 2008 7:29 PM Subject: [DVHH] Does anyone have any LETT's maybe LEICHT? One was b. BUNKINBATSHKA late 1800's Looking for the where abouts of the LETT family in the late 1800's
40. [DVHH] Hockl [1]
Hello Marc. You seem to have lots of information on family, here's more information which might help you in your research. Hockl; (Hokell, in Berghausen; Huckel, Huckl; to Lenauheim/Banat; first Huckl, Hukl, Hukel, then Hockel, Hockl, after 1800, Hockl) Johann Mathias, son of Anton Huckl and Anne Maria Piper, b. in Berghausen, North West from Schmallenberg/Saul, b.ca 21.1.1717, to Deutsch-St.Peter/Banat, in 1766. in 1767, to Lenauheim/Banat, d.21.1.1774, as Huckl. m.28.5.1748, in Berghausen, as Huckel, to
41. Re: [DVHH] Ruttinger Lookup in Gajdobra OSB [1]
Dave, Thanks for checking! The Ruttinger name is not very common from all that I have seen. I've only seen in mentioned in Gajdobra and it is also listed on the Feldenzer Palanka site as a surname for Palanka. My gut feeling here is that I'm probably one generation off from Gajdobra. My guess is that Anton Ruttinger was probably born in Mitrowitz, and his father was from Gajdobra. Of course, I won't know for sure until I can find records for Mitrowitz (not easy). Regards, Brian Phail
42. [DVHH] -Roll Call 2008 Banat & Batschka [1]
I'm searching the following areas BANAT BOGAROSCH - Schlupp, Prunkl, Cherier, Schipper Schlupp also written Schloup originally from Bannay Lorraine Schipper Fulda Hessen Germany UIHEL - Schlupp, Gimpel, Schipper GROSS JETSCHA - Gimpel BATSCHKA PARABUTSCH - Graeff, Wangler, Moritz HODSCHAG - Graeff, Wangler, Moritz Anita Schlupp Temniuk
43. Re: [DVHH] Naming children [1]
No Lori, it is not narrow-sighted. Remember too that with the Catholic religion, the name had to also be a recognized Saint's name. Hence people celebrate birth dates and name day - I know I am writing this wrong there has been a very recent discussion on Name Days. And sometimes the choices of names did seem to come from a small handful of acceptable names. I guess if you think about, it will become clear. If you always named for the godparents, then the name pool was limited to family and clo
44. [DVHH] FW: Re: match found GUTWEIN/LOHRMANN [1]
Hello Darlene and Noelle, Brigitte Wolf has confirmed that there was only ONE marriage for Adam Friedrich Gutwein in the records. This was the marriage with Maria Helena Christina JANTZEN. This marriage is also confirmed in the marriage records of the children. Among the children, Philipp Karl was child no.4 and Wilhelmine was child no.6 of the SAME parents. See original mail from Brigtte in German below. Regards from Brigitte and translator Annette ------------------------------------------ Annette S
45. [DVHH] Roll Call [1]
Villages Alexanderhausen, Arad, Baratzhausen, Billed,Bogarosch,Csatad, GrJetscha, GrKikinda, Hodon, Johannisfeld,Knees, Temeschburg Fabrikstadt Temeschburg Franzstadt, Warjasch Family Names BAUER KULBURG BUER LAUT DAMM MAIER DIX MORITZ EDELMAYER OCHSENFELD EICHERT PFEIFFER ENGELMANN SCHMIDT HAFNER
46. Re: [DVHH] Fw: [BANAT-L] Who decided that? [1]
I don't think it can be said enough....all of you who endured these camps showed courage and stamina we can all draw strength from. Thank you Katherine for sharing your story. Susan ----- Original Message ----- From: "Katharine Samuelson" To: "DVHH-L" Sent: Saturday, January 26, 2008 11:39 PM Subject: Re: [DVHH] Fw: [BANAT-L] Who decided that? Hello Alex Thank you for the information you so readily gave. But as you may not know my circumsta
47. Re: [DVHH] Word look up please - Dienstknech [1]
I kind of think this is not someone's name - but a "title" I think it could come more from the word Madchen meaning "girl"? - what you would call a "girl servant"?? Marilyn -----Original Message----- From: Beth Tolfree To: ejosellis@sbcglobal.net; DONAUSCHWABEN-VILLAGES@rootsweb.com; awgnmeg@aol.com Sent: Wed, 9 Jan 2008 11:33 am Subject: Re: [DVHH] Word look up please - Dienstknech Marilyn --? I can't help with "Knech", but I've seen the abbreviation for the woman's name, Magdalena, wr
48. [DVHH] Fw: [BANAT-L] Who decided that? [1]
Katharine. This is not from Linz, rather from Mauthausen, 20 Km from Linz On the bottom of the page click "Totenbuch Mauthausen," On the right side are the lists of names. To advance further on the right side, you have to click on the column on the left side of the page, click on "bis 100" then "bis 200". For example "bis 1100 will take you to the end of the names under the letter, "A" . there are 40,653 names listed. But I don't know if any DP's were on the list. It might be worth checking
49. [DVHH] arranged marriages [1]
Hello All, Arranged marriages definitely happened, more so among the very well off than ordinary people. Often they were not happy, but money had to marry money. Sometimes the young couples fell in love. Sometimes they loved someone else but were pressured by both families to marry as was arranged. In the years shortly after the war, when everyone had nothing, the not so young couples got together with their first love. It was worst if a girl, sometimes no more than fifteen or sixteen years old, marrie
50. Re: [DVHH] ship manifests [1]
Katie, can you forward the complete reference so we can have a look online. Eileen> Date: Thu, 24 Jan 2008 14:29:30 -0500> From: fangelini@verizon.net> To: ajleeb@shaw.ca> CC: DONAUSCHWABEN-VILLAGES@rootsweb.com; lindaaklew@yahoo.com> Subject: [DVHH] ship manifests> > I have a question for you seasoned gen. experts. I am still attempting > to find my great grandmother's (Maria Wagner) ship manifest. I am > trying to narrow them down. In one of the ship manifests I find a > Maria Wagner from a place called

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