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326. [DVHH] Palanka [1]
Sorry Kurt, I don't have a Palanka book. I too am looking for info on Palanka. I had a great aunt Anna Koch from Bukin who married someone in Palanka, possibly a baker in the 1880's. I don't know his last name. Anne D.
327. Re: [DVHH] Roll Call 2008 Piringer - Bogarosch [1]
Gabrielle, Sorry for the delay; I was trying to get familiar with the PESE site. It looks like you found the particulars for Reiplinger/Replinger/Reblinger and Biringer/Piringer, for which I thank you very much indeed. Could you tell me how you did it? The PESE site looks very impressive and consequently very complicated. How did you get the idea to investigate the names in question? Thanks again, Nick -----Original Message----- From: [mailto:donauschwaben-
328. Re: [DVHH] Roll Call 2008; KEGLEWICHHAUSEN: Hockl, Mathias, Wambach, Kunst etc. [1]
Hi John, I have three generations of Wambach/Wampach in my family tree: Dominicus Wampach was born 1743.02.14 in Consdorf, Echternach, Luxemburg; He married Margaretha Faber on 1773.01.12 in Gro_jetscha; He died on 1787.09.13 in Gro_jetscha; His father was Andreas Wampach (no further info on him). If there is any commonality, I can fill in the other two generations. They lived in Gro_jetscha and a female descendant is #63 in my tree. Best regards, Nick Tullius ---
329. Re: [DVHH] match found GUTWEIN/LOHRMANN [1]
Danke Brigitte, also hast Du auch keinen hinweis auf zwei Ehen hier? Darlene und Noelle haben zwei Ehen in ihrer Liste. Die erste mit Maria Christina Jantzen und den Kindern Friedrich, Ludwig, Wilhelmine und Johann. Und dann eine zweite Ehe mit Maria Helena Christina Jauss und Sohn Phillip Karl. Ich wei_ allerdings nicht, aus welcher Quelle das stammt. In Glvckners OSB ist das alles dieselbe Ehe (nur mit Janzten) und dort wird keine Wilhelmine erwdhnt. Kannst Du das bestdtigen? Thank you, Brigitte. So
330. Re: [DVHH] Roll Call 208 - Klingler,etc. [1]
George, Your 2008 roll call is a reminder to me of how many surnames we have in common in our trees. Happy New year to you and your family. Suzanne George Klingler wrote: Names Towns: KLINGLER Gross Jetscha FEDERSPIEL Knees ACHUM Billed BEISZER Klein Jetscha BOSCH Gross Betschkerek EBNER Bobda ENGRICH Timisoara FOLMER Klein Betschkerek GILDE Bogarosh GILJON Mercydorf GIMPEL Etc. GUTEKUNST JOCHUM KAFKA KIEFER MAURER MUTH MUTTER MUTH PULJER REITER ROMICH TRENDLER VINGER
331. [DVHH] ship manifests [1]
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 ?Gyonk?. Is this anywhere near the town of Neu Werbasz? Also, in the column where it asks whom the immigrant is going to see, there is a word I can't understand that looks like ?arqri? and then a person's name. I thought perhaps it was an abbreviation for "acqua
332. Re: [DVHH] Searching the name Kutschera. [1]
Hi Anne, Do you have more specific information on your KUTSCHERA family? Given names? Dates? Spouses? I have the following: 1. Kleinjetscha. There is one Kutschera family in the Kj family book: Stefan m. Barbara ROSTER in 1799. 2. Neubeschenowa. There are two Kutschera families on the family book CD: Josef m. Katharina SCHUCH in 1923; Wenzel m. Amalia IRSZTJENSKY in 1862. 3. Lenauheim. Bingo! There 5 pages of Kutscheras in the Lenauheim family book. I can look for someone specific, or I can
333. [DVHH] URSCHEL [1]
Hello Eve, I've stumbled accross the name URSCHEL in the Feketitsch-book of Dr. Viktor Pratscher. Thanks to Brad Schwebler there is a translation of the resp. chapter on the DVHH-Feketitsch-website, see: In this text the story of Peter Klein is told who married Elisabeth URSCHEL and went to Hungary to join the family of Elisabeth who had gone to Bulkes. On their way they met Elisabeth's brother Karl in Schowe (Sove) and stayed with him for a whil
334. [DVHH] Roll Call 2008: GARBER / Balinka etc. [1]
I'm interested in the following names and places: BAUM - Balinka FRANK / FRANCK - Balinka GARBER - Balinka GARBER - Isztimer GARBER - Djakovo GARBER - Kutjevo GARBER - Satnitz / Satnica HONARIK - Fejer County, Hungary HORL / HORL - Balinka HORL / HORL - Pleternica KOHL - Fejer County, Hungary KOSZEGI / KVSZEGI / KOSSEGI - Pozega County, Slavonia KULIC - Fejer County, Hungary PECKO - Cernik REZMANN - Isztimer SCHINN - Fejer County, Hungary SCHWEIGHARDT / SCHWEIGHART / SVEIGHARD - Balinka SONTACCHI - Pozega
335. Re: [DVHH] Schadek in Tullius Tree [1]
Nick, There are several SCHADEK families in the Kleinjetscha family book. All are descended from three men who were born in Gottlob: Nikolaus b. 1824 (parents unknown) Michael b. 1837 (son of Nikolaus Schadek and Anna Koch) Michael b. 1842 (son of Michael Schadek and Elisabeth Lambrecht) Rudy and I have determined that Michael b. 1837 is his ancestor. If you ever want scans of the Kj Schadeks, let me know. Jane At 09:26 AM 1/25/2008, Nick Tullius wrote: >Hello Rudy, > >My Schadeck branch is as fo
336. Re: [DVHH] Anna Taugner Leitermann - 1930 census [1]
Well I'm embarrassed, Kurt. I had not noticed that the 1912 manifest indicated Anna had been to the USA previously. Thank you! I don't know if you have seen the 1920 and 1930 censuses. In 1920, Conrad was a farmer (as you suggested); in 1930, he was an automobile worker. Jane At 02:06 PM 1/23/2008, Kurt McCrary wrote: >Good work Jane! That would confirm the >information on her 1912 manifest as she >indicates she has been to the US in 1906 and 1907. > I have to say that I wrongly indicated that
337. [DVHH] German Naming Customs [1]
Liebe List This site might help to answer some questions. Betty
338. Re: [DVHH] Camps [1]
Dear Anne, Six years is a long time to live in such conditions, and yet others who weren't fortunate enough to make it to the refugee camps had it so much worse. You were so lucky not to have been separated from your mother, and that you found your grandparents in somewhat better quarters. Thank you for sharing this with us, Anne, most of us cannot even imagine living through this. Best to you, Nancy ----- Original Message ----- From: "Anne Dreer" To:
339. Re: [DVHH] Roll call Stader [1]
Hi Hans. I checked the names and some of them had different variants and spelling. Alex. Bell = variants (Beel; Peel; Pell;) Bill = Bihl. Biswurm = Bisswurm. Baruanwieser =Braunwieser Cormann = Kormann. Corne = Crnet. Dauser = Dauscher (Dauserin). Alex. From: "Hans Kopp" To: Sent: Sunday, January 13, 2008 6:25 AM Subject: Re: [DVHH] Roll call Stader Hi to anyone owning a Stader book volume I. Below you find
Here is my Roll Call list of surnames & villages, all in the Central Highlands / Veszprem County / Bakony region: AKKERMAN / Romand CHRISTOF (KRISTOF)/ Bakonypeterd EPOTZER (EPASCER)/ Bakonykoppany & Sikator FORSTHOFFER/ Bakonykoppany, Bakonynana, Bakonyszucs & Fenyofo FROHLI (FROLICH) / Bakonygyirot, Bakonypeterd & Romand GABRIEL / Bakonyszucs GRASZ / Bakonygyirot & Romand HAAR (HARER) / Bakonyszucs HAHN (HAN) / Bakonypeterd& Romand HOFSTETTER (HOFSTADTER etc) / Bakonypeterd HOLZI
341. [DVHH] romanian words [1]
Many thanks to all the prompt replies to my query... it seems that my dictionary (which is from the 1960s) uses the old style of lettering, and the 'a' has now been replaced by 'i' (both with an inverted 'v' above them). Diana.
342. Re: [DVHH] 2008 Roll-Call; BANAT, BATSCHKA; VOVOJDINA [1]
Nancy Thank you for this great information. I would love to post the info on the registry. i am heading to the FHL this morning to see my films of the Krebs/Wagner line--can't wait. When I return I'll be sure to send info. thanks again--can't wait to utilize these informative sites!! Kati On Jan 5, 2008, at 1:02 AM, Nancy Fredenberg wrote: > Dear Marge & Kati, > > Happy New Year & Roll Call! > > I'd like to invite both of you to send me an email with all your > Batsch-Brestowatz surnames and I will
343. Re: [DVHH] Roll Call 208 - Abt/Novo Selo, Sahl/Apatin [1]
Hello Hermi, I am also related to the ABT 's of Novoselo / Neudorf. Some moved to Sotin as did some of the Kiefer's and suppose the Gerstner's. I find the Gerstners in the church books in Sotin and a Ferdo Gerstner Priest wrote a book about Sotin. But he was born in Pozega. Were you able to track the ABT's to B-W? I see you have Fritz, Schreckeis -lines in Vukovar, Have you done any research in Vukovar? Best regards Kurt wrote: >From my Abt line: Abbt - BadenWurtemberg Abt, Kiefer, Ge
344. Re: [DVHH] UpDated Roll Call For Gayer Family [1]
Michael, The following info will take you all the way back to your PREISSICH ancestral home in Hohenstein, Hessen. It also indicates that you are a distant cousin to my wife and her KAINRAD ancestors from Tschonopel. [She is descended from Jakob (*1782) Preissich and Margaretha Quintus.] ...all from the Ortsippenbuch Tschonopel produced by Johann Feith & Johann Kainrad. [I believe John Feldenzer has a c
345. Re: [DVHH] TV all over the world [1]
Rose Mary, this is *fantastic*! Thank you so much. Jane At 10:30 AM 1/30/2008, Rose Mary K Hughes wrote: >For those of you who are talented in multi-languages, this is a very >interesting site (free) where you can TV from everywhere in the >world including Germany, Romania and Hungary. I wish I understood >what was going on. I think I was just looking at a Romanian soap opera. > > > >Rose Mary >--------------------------------------- >"Herkunft" >genealogy, descent, an
346. Re: [DVHH] Searching the name Kutschera. [1]
There is also an Agnes KUTSCHERA (born 1899, died 1944 with her baby, from a bomb) buried in Uihei cemetery. Diana ----- Original Message ----- From: "Jane Moore" To: "Anne Sekura" ; "DVHH-L" Sent: Thursday, January 24, 2008 4:30 PM Subject: Re: [DVHH] Searching the name Kutschera. > Hi Anne, > > Do you have more specific information on your KUTSCHERA > family? Given names? Dates? Spouses? I have the following: > >
347. Re: [DVHH] Fw: [BANAT-L] Who decided that? [1]
Fran; I find your comment `Did you also count all the civilian Jews in concentration camps and murdered by Hitler's fans?' somewhat, insulting and hateful and not of any input on Dresden. Yes, Hitler and his band of idiots murdered millions of Jews, Slavs, Gypsies, and just about anyone that opposed them including Germans. The bombing of Dresden was senseless and purely an atrocity committed in war. The murder of civilians during a war by any side is an atrocity not to be for
348. [DVHH] Roll Call - Apatin, Tschonpl, Paks, Filopowo [1]
349. Re: [DVHH] Schaumrollen [1]
I can attest to the delicious shaumrollen, and they were all in one piece, after traveling across Canada. Many of my friends and family had never tasted such a delectable desert. Our DS mothers sure knew how to bake!!!!!!! Thank you again, Anne ----- Original Message ----- From: "Anne Dreer" >I think those customs dogs would even lap up the crumbs if they got a whiff >of them. > When I took mine to Kathy Samuelson's party in British Columbia I packed > them (not filled) in my
350. Re: [DVHH] Nameing children [1]
Marlene and list; My dad was named after his father, John Americanized for Johann, he was the second though. He had an older brother that died of pneumonia at 10 months, he was also a Johan or John. My Grandparents were German/Hungarians. My only Aunt Julia was named for my grandmother Julianna. My Uncle Peter was named for his father Petr Gaijer, being he was first born and eldest of five children. He named his first born Peter. My great-aunt Regina named her first born son afte

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