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301. [DVHH] Roll Call 208 - Abt/Novo Selo, Sahl/Apatin [1]
>From my Abt line: Abbt - BadenWurtemberg Abt, Kiefer, Gerstner - Novo Selo Sahl - Schwartzwald Sahl, Klett - Apatin Fritz, Schreckeis - Vukovar Wimmer - Batschka >From my Hoffmann line: Hoffmann - Apatin Feber, Holzschuh, Wieland - Bukin Kramer - Keschinzi
302. Re: [DVHH] [BANAT-L] Who decided that? [1]
double oops wrong list On Jan 26, 2008 2:18 PM, Eve wrote: > oops forgot to send to the list also > > > > John, > > > > My parents and siblings were in a dp camp not far from Linz - in fact > > mom said dad drove his bike to work in Linz while they lived at Lager Haid > > by Ansfeldon. They were placed there after trying to get into Germany in > > 1947 and found the border closed to refugees at that time. I will try and > > ask mom if she remembers how the decision was made for thei
303. Re: [DVHH] [BANAT-L] [GenRoG] --RE: Banat_artificial construction ? WHY? [1]
Hans; Ich danke Ihnen f|r die Bestdtigung, was ich bereits vermutet hatte. You are right, and as a person of military interests. I can add some insight to this argument, well maybe. The `Banat und Slavonia und Batschka' Regions, where disputed territorial areas left devoid of a controlling administrative body. I.E. a national ruler, when the Muslim Turks where chased out of the region and the rebirth of the old nations of Serbia, Romania, Croatia, Bulgaria, Macedonia und even Bosnia
304. Re: [DVHH] match found GUTWEIN/LOHRMANN [1]
Maria Helena Christina, born (maiden name) Jantzen. (see in addition her second name "Helena") Brigitte "Annette Schwindt" schrieb: > Hello Brigitte, > > > thank you for the confirmation. But what was Maria Helena Christina's, the mother's, family name? It is missing in your text. > > Danke f|r die Bestdtigung. Aber wie lautet der Nachname der Mutter Maria Helena Christina? Der fehlt in Deinem Text. > > > Kind regards, > Annette > > ------------------------------------
305. Re: [DVHH] Frustrations [1]
Kati, that is a loaded question, and one which always makes for heated discussions on some genealogy forums. Your great-grandfather was ethnically a German -- his ancestors having emigrated to what was Hungary probably in the timeframe 1750-1800. However, Donauschwabens never lost their own identity or language, so while they were citizens of the Austro-Hungarian empire (ie, Hungarians), they always considered themselves German. After WWI, the vast area known as Austria-Hungarian was broken up, so that
306. Re: [DVHH] -Roll Call 2008 Banat & Batschka- Gimpel GJ [1]
Hi Anita, I have Gimpel's from Gross Jetscha as well... My ggrandmother was Magdalena Wingeron*1879-1957 married to Franz Romich *1876-1957. Magdalena was daughter of Nicholas Wingeron/Vingero *1844-1903 and Catherina Gimpel *1848-1898. Catherine was the daughter of Jacob Gimpel *1821-1875 and Eva Stemper *1824-1864 Etc. Regards, Helen Remich Dubas -----Original Message----- From: donauschwaben-villages-bounces@rootsweb.com [mailto:donauschwaben-villages-bounces@rootsweb.com] On Behalf Of Anita Sent: Thur
307. Re: [DVHH] Searching the name Kutschera. [1]
Hello Anne -- Welcome to the List! And next -- there are no stupid questions. After I read your e-mail, I went to a good source - Dave Dreyer's Manifest List of people from the Banat and where they settled. Dave has read many manifests - people who arrived from Europe who are likely from the Banat. And there are quite a few Kutschera's. I've pasted them here -- see if you recognize anyone. If you do, you can find these people on the Ellis Island site at www.ellisislandrecords.org Where have you l
308. [DVHH] Thank you from Jody McKim [1]
Hello Dear DS Friends, This month was a sad and difficult time for my family and I, and in the end my father Joseph McKim passing on into a new journey. I know I'm not the first one to go through this and have faith time will heal all sorrows. Thank you all for your prayers. I want to thank all of you who've been supportive during this time, with your loving words of comfort, telephone calls, condolence cards and beautiful flowers, of which I will "never" forget your kindness. Your concern has touched m
309. [DVHH] Krebs, Hiel line [1]
Anton, Thanks to Nancy I just had a chance to visit your websites. I notice we have several ancestors in our lines that match. I am a descendant of Anton and Adam Krebs (Mihaly, their grandson/son) was my greatgrandfather. Also, the Hiel family. Marianna Hiel married my fourth great grandfather (Adam Krebs). I am excited to finally find someone with similiarities in our history. Your personal website and your Weprowatz homepage are lovely. Thanks for sharing this information Nancy! Kati A.
310. [DVHH] evangelical settlers in FEKETITSCH [1]
Just to let you know that I have put more lists from Feketitsch on my website today. This time it is the list of evangelical settlers and the villages they came from in what year. In order to make the searching easier I have not only copied the list like it is in the book (which is in chronological order) but also restructured them in alphabetical order and by village they came from. - chronologically: http://www.schwindt-family.com/extras/material/feketitsch_evansiedl_chron.pdf - alphabetically: http://
311. Re: [DVHH] Does anyone have any LETT's maybe LEICHT? One was b. BUNKINBATSHKA late 1800's [1]
Thank You Alice and Alex You guys did it again! This is wonderful News! Best regards Kurt ajleeb wrote: 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 Look
312. Re: [DVHH] Etiquette question [1]
Dear Lori, There are two sides to this answer. I think there are a great many people who will be glad to share information, especially with a related researcher, including GEDCOM files. It is possible to privatize the file so the privacy of living individuals is protected, and there are options which will enable the person sharing to also make the sources private when sharing a GEDCOM. I have never personally experienced this, but imagine how heartbreaking it would be to share your work with someon
313. [DVHH] Fw: The name Amand [1]
Kurt. Please note; - Amand Johann, from Waibstadt, with wife and 1 child, went to "Cajene", in 1764. I wonder if it's the same person? Alex. ----- Original Message ----- From: Kurt McCrary To: ajleeb Sent: Saturday, January 05, 2008 8:06 AM Subject: Re: [DVHH] The name Schwindt. Argentina/Russia. I thought it is interesting to note that Johann AMEND/AMENT initially applied in Karlsrue, Germany to emigrate to French Guyana, or "Cajenne". (Sort of made famous by Henri Charrihre who was a convicted felon
314. [DVHH] List of Hungarian medical terms [1]
Dear all, 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 boat: http://www.antiquusmorbus.com/International/Hungarian.htm It's a website of archaic medical terms in Hungarian with English translations. One word I'm having problems with, though, is the first word in this cause of death: velefx(z?)uleteh gyengesey. The person in
315. [DVHH] Frustrations [1]
Well, I got my first taste of people telling me that my ancestors aren't really hungarian. So I need all of you seasoned vets to help me understand this. A family member has said that our relatives always said they were German and that if they were Hungarian I'm sure they would have said that. Now my great grandfather states he was from Szilberek on his immigration papers and he is found in the church records there. He is listed in the German-Hungarian Donauschwaben Newspaper and he writes Hun
316. [DVHH] Roll Call 2008 - BECHTLER, SCHEPP etc. [1]
Again with a more specific subject line: BECHTLER Sekitsch/Feketitsch SCHEPP/BAMBACH Feketitsch GUTWEIN/RVDER Feketitsch MICHEL Feketitsch/Torschau(?) WELKER/MESZINGER Tscherwenka HUNSINGER/MAURER Tscherwenka
317. Re: [DVHH] Etiquette question [1]
For what it's worth, my feeling is that I am researching my family lines in order to connect with family, both living and dead. To that end, I would in an instant share the entirety of my files with anyone who I knew was in my family line, provided they were interested in the entirety of my files. Of course I would secure the names of those living, but I would want those with whom I am related to know whatever more I could share with them than what they already knew. Yes, I would hope that they would colla
318. Re: [DVHH] DONAUSCHWABEN-VILLAGES Digest, Vol 3, Issue 26 Romanian PPS [1]
Hi All, I received a Power Point presentation from my friend in Romania. It is called Welcome to the real Romania and has some lovely pictures of the countryside in different counties, museums and churches. It also has music in Romanian If you are interested in viewing it, please email me privately and I will send it to you. _ddschrbr@aol.com_ (mailto:ddschrbr@aol.com) denise "We are quicksilver, a fleeting shadow, a distant sound. Our home has no boundaries beyond which we canno
319. Re: [DVHH] Anna Taugner Birth abt: 1894 Germany/Hungary [1]
Linda, The WWI registration for Conrad Leitermann shows his birthplace as Zichydorf. You may wish to see if Anna is also from there. Robert ----- Original Message ----- From: "linda klew" To: Sent: Wednesday, January 23, 2008 10:26 AM Subject: [DVHH] Anna Taugner Birth abt: 1894 Germany/Hungary >I am looking for any information on Anna Taugner Birth abt: 1894 >Hungary/Germany immigrated to US 1912 I was told. I do not know much, but >wo
320. [DVHH] Kutschera [1]
Dear Friends. I like to thank every one of you, who replied to my request on the Kutschera name. I express my sincere appreciation to all of you. The word Sandorhas is written on a document. I was told the word Sandor, stands for Alexander? If such is the case, this Johann Kutschera, must be the person I'm looking for? I have to ask my relatives more questions. Again I appreciate for all help. Anne K.
321. Re: [DVHH] Epiphany -Three Kings. [1]
Hi Alex and everybody, this tradition common all over Germany (not only in Bavaria) wherever there is a catholic community. Don't know about other European countries though. Austria, yes, Switzerland maybe too. Perhaps in France, Italy and Spain too as the majority of people there is catholic. This day is also considered to be the offical ending of christmas time. That's when people will take off their decorations. I remember my first Dreikvnigstag in Bonn 5 years ago. We had had a flood and the streets
322. Re: [DVHH] Roll Call - Schadeck, Schwindche, Reck [1]
Hello Nick, Rudy and all! Yes, the name SCHWIND has appeared because of me but in relation to Feketitsch and Tscherwenka. No Schadeks in my family tree nor a town Gottlob. I remember my mother's boss (here in Germany) being a married Schadek though. I'm not sure where they are from but I could ask if you like. Kind regards, Annette ________________________________ Annette Schwindt Bonn/Germany webmaster@schwindt-family.com www.schwindt-family.com researching: SCHWIND(T) - BECHTLER - SCHEPP also: A
323. Re: [DVHH] Fw: [BANAT-L] Who decided that? [1]
Alex and all; There is a little known or revealed history to the Dresden bombing. Dresden was bombed near the wars end for 1 reason and 1 reason only. Because Stalin wanted it. Allied intelligence was informed that Dresden was the sight of a new weapons plant and armaments works holding up the Soviets offensive. Actually Stalin was consolidating his hold on Poland and awaiting the arrival of the new JS II battle tanks, a variant of the JS I and a completed Sovietized version of der K
324. [DVHH] FW: Re: Banat Schwabian Ancestry [1]
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. ...Jane Moore >X-Verify-SMTP: Host 205.188.157.37 sending to us was not listening >From: MarcIDMT@aol.com >Date: Sun, 27 Jan 2008 11:54:14 EST >Subject: Re: [DVHH] Banat Schwabian Ancestry >To: jmoore@cmcpc.net >X-Mailer: 9.0 SE for Windows sub 5043 >X-Spam-Flag: NO >X-Rcpt-To:
325. Re: [DVHH] Roll Call 2008: Weisskirchen/Fehertemplom [1]
Cathy, I have a "Tullius" line going back to about 1670, at Stavenhof and Lvf in the Trier region of Germany. I am also corresponding with a "Tullius" in Germany, and he appears to come from a different line. Best regards, Nick Tullius www.dvhh.org/alexanderhausen -----Original Message----- From: donauschwaben-villages-bounces@rootsweb.com [mailto:donauschwaben-villages-bounces@rootsweb.com] On Behalf Of Cathy Fortin Sent: 6-Jan-08 1:11 PM To: donauschwaben-villages@rootsweb.com Subject: [DVHH] Roll C

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