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451. Re: [DVHH] With heartfelt sympathy [1]
Dear Roy, The news of the death of your dear wife filled me with deep sadness, for although I have not met you or Vivian in person, we share the ties of a close Donauschwaben family. My heart and prayers go out to you and your family in this time of sorrow. Rose Vetter On 26 February 2014 11:01, Linda Bautz McKenna wrote: > Please accept out sincere condolences and know that all are in our thoughts > and prayers are with Roy and the Englel family. > > Linda Bautz McKenna > >
452. Re: [DVHH] With heartfelt sympathy [1]
> On Feb 26, 2014, at 8:10 AM, Eve wrote: > > Dear list members: > > It is with deep regret and sadness I need to let all of you know that my > mail list "co captain" - Roy Engel, has lost his wife of 30 years, Vivian, > this past Monday morning. > > This is truly heartbreaking and my thoughts, prayers and love go out to > Roy, his children and family. > > I have met Viv and know what a charming and wonderful lady she was and a > definite side kick to Roy in their many journeys. >
453. [DVHH] Beck/Mitrovica, Baker/Calma [1]
I am searching for information on my wife's ancestors. Her grandfather, Nikolaus Beck, was born in May 1876. His wife, Katherine Baker, was born in October 1882, possibly in Calma. They were married around 1902, also possibly in Calma. Nick emigrated to the USA, arriving in December 1906. Katherine and two children, Nick Jr. 7 years old and Anna Marie 5 years old, emigrated and arrived in June 1910. Both Nikolas and Katherine listed Mitrovica as their last place of residence. They attended a Catholic c
454. [DVHH] Birda Heimatbuch? Hutflotz/Munz [1]
Terry Thank you for your response. The information I have is from the roostweb site. I am however, looking for more information on my Great grandfather's side of the family. I cannot find anything further back than what I have. I am looking for his parents, siblings and where they came from. My father told us that his family came originally from Harta, but nothing about his grandfather's family. I am hoping to find information about the rest of my Hutflotz family name. Liz
455. [DVHH] Found: Latin translator [1]
Thank you to all who responded to my request. I was able to locate a professional service in England that will translate my pages. Joseph Martin Romeoville, Illinois On Tue, Feb 4, 2014 at 9:50 PM, Joseph Martin wrote: > I would like to hire a good Latin translator who is familiar with > genealogy and also with Catholic Church Latin. > > Can anyone help? Google Translate is not helpful. > > Joseph Martin > Romeoville, Illinois > > > -- > There's no time like the p
456. Re: [DVHH] MACH - ship manifests [1]
>From all that I have read and researched over the years, there were 101 ports of immigration in the U.S. Some people also came through Canada, because the tickets were less expensive that way. I do believe that Ancestry has records from all those ports. If you do not have an Ancestry subscription, most public libraries have the Ancestry Library Edition where you can search for free. The Family History Centers around the country also have Ancestry. Joseph Martin Romeoville, Illinois On Sun, Feb 16, 2014
457. [DVHH] With heartfelt sympathy [1]
Dear list members: It is with deep regret and sadness I need to let all of you know that my mail list "co captain" - Roy Engel, has lost his wife of 30 years, Vivian, this past Monday morning. This is truly heartbreaking and my thoughts, prayers and love go out to Roy, his children and family. I have met Viv and know what a charming and wonderful lady she was and a definite side kick to Roy in their many journeys. Eve -- Syrmia Regional Coordinator http://www.dvhh.org/syrmia
458. Re: [DVHH] With heartfelt sympathy [1]
I'm so sorry to hear of Roy's loss. My family and I would like to wish Roy and his family good memories to get them through this time of great sadness. I'm sure their hearts hold many good memories of and with Vivian. The Staudt family On 02/26/14, Eve wrote: Dear list members: It is with deep regret and sadness I need to let all of you know that my mail list "co captain" - Roy Engel, has lost his wife of 30 years, Vivian, this past Monday morning. This
459. [DVHH] HUTFLOTZ/MUNZ [1]
Hi Liz On the rootsweb site there is some information on Georg and the complete family on his wife Katharina Munz. George was her 2nd husband. http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:1807079&id=I07702 Terry > Date: Sun, 2 Feb 2014 10:46:39 -0800 (PST) > From: RICHARD JOLIVET > Subject: [DVHH] Birda Heimatbuch? > Birda.(Heimatbuch). Ca. 1998, city and publisher unknown. 42,- > DM. Contact: Helmuth Schwartz, Schwarzgrabenweg 21, 85757 Karlsfeld (Germany) or >
460. [DVHH] Temeswar. [1]
Sharon; A list of the first 55 families who settled in Temeswar 1717. Please check line (28) for "Mach Johann". (Butscher) originated from Eisenberg, Austria, It is possible that your family had conncections with Herr Johann Mach? http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~gruber/temeswar.html All the best. Alex.
461. [DVHH] My deepest sympaty [1]
Dear Roy It is with sadness that we receive this news and send you our sincere condolences. Hans
462. Semlak Page & New Coal Mine Labor Installment [1]
Congratulations, Rose Mary; To the SEMLAK web page! http://www.dvhh.org/semlak Terrific start! The second installment of "50 Years After" is also an eye opening to the wretched history of quite a few of our Danube Swabians. Thank you! Rosina
463. Re: [DVHH-L] Women & Childbirth [1]
Hi All, I sure enjoyed reading your childhood stories...sackcloths and all. Thanks for sharing them. My grandmother's big concern was over our kidneys. She was obsessed with us making sure we kept our kidneys warm! LOL.... Anyway, having lived through WWI, the Depression and WWII, she was always very frugal and resourceful. She used to take apart old sweaters so she could use the wool to knit different items. I remember one Christmas when she had sent us a package from Cologne. We were living
464. Re: [DVHH-L] Re: KALOCSA DIOCESE Records [1]
Judy, Just happen to have this information at hand as part of a research report I am currently putting together for a client: The Bireg (Backi Breg, Beregh, Berg an der Donau) are available from both Budapest Archiives (years 1826-1943 = Felvitel 2676, Filmszam A2782-2785, and 32728-32729) and LDS Library (years 1826-1895 = films 638090-638092) if you are interested. Its population reached 2800, about 559 registered as German, in 1910.
465. Re: [DVHH-L] Re: Male Dominated DS Society / Subservient DS Women [1]
Thanks Alice. ----- Original Message ----- From: To: Sent: Sunday, March 19, 2006 3:25 PM Subject: [DVHH-L] Re: Male Dominated DS Society / Subservient DS Women > In a message dated 18.3.06 1:22:31 AM, mercydorf@bellsouth.net writes: > > << I think it odd, women were expected to emulate such a pure role model; > but > the men got away with doing whatever, [drinking, swearing, smoking and > whatever else]. Sounds like rules men made up to me, to
466. Re: [DVHH-L] Ocfhaloni [1]
Hi Alex --George Brettrager responded to me with the same info. As I told him, it must be an error made by the Ellis Island transcribers. Thanks. Susan ----- Original Message ----- From: "ajleeb" To: Sent: Tuesday, March 07, 2006 3:25 PM Subject: Re: [DVHH-L] Ocfhaloni > Susan. > It should read Vthalom = Hungarian for Glogowatz. > > Alex. > ajleeb@shaw.ca > www.dvhh.org/ > > > ----- Original Message ----- > From: "Susan Williams"
467. Re: [DVHH-L] Cookie Mold Update [1]
Alice, Sounds like a plan Alice, since I am not from that specific area the idea of taking someone that is familiar with the area is much more appealing to me anyhow. Hopefully we can fit this in around my wedding running around stuff and other family responsibilities. We will have to set some time aside - don't you think! Eve On 3/5/06, Teakstz@aol.com wrote: > > > In a message dated 1.3.06 3:17:24 PM, safegirl@voyager.net writes: > > << I've worn my 38 yr old body out the last few
468. Old German Birth Certs on Eggs???? [1]
Rose Mary; Re.: "But in Safegirl's quote it said that "in the late 19th century Germany . . . > ." Unless that practice came into being after our ancestors left > there...." Oh, come on, as you well know and have seen latest by the 17th century the births were registered in all the German lands in the parish books. Quite a few parishes have their books started two centuries before. It could have been a custom to decorate an egg at birth or christening time of a child as a keepsake, but hardly as a
469. Re: [DVHH-L] LITERARY GIFTS [1]
This all speaks of another good reason to "journal". I have friends that write in a joural every day about the family, what they did that day that they felt was important. Wouldn't it be wonderful if our parents and grandparents had done that?? Margaret ----- Original Message ----- From: To: Sent: Monday, March 20, 2006 9:05 AM Subject: Re: [DVHH-L] LITERARY GIFTS > Just another thought - what about your local LDS? Or a Mormon church?
470. Re: [DVHH-L] Acacia trees in Banat [1]
Thanks Nick, I could be wrong about the drink made from Acacia tree, both myself and Sammy thought it was from Acacia tree. I think you being from Banat would know if it were so or not, so perhaps I should find out from the Ingrisch's what the drink was made from. The Acacia tree is one of the most beautiful trees I seen in Banat. Jody ----- Original Message ----- From: Nick Tullius To: DONAUSCHWABEN-VILLAGES-L@rootsweb.com Sent: Friday, March 03, 2006 7:37 PM Subject: [DVHH-L] Acacia trees
471. Re: Tatoos [1]
Hi, I wondered about this also. My grandfather's worker identity papers state "both arms tatoo". Also, on one of his other papers it mentions tatoos on both forearms. I always assumed he acquired those while in the Hussars. Kathy
472. Re: [DVHH-L] Dances and Musicians and other messages [1]
In a message dated 3.3.06 8:01:57 PM, evebrown@gmail.com writes: << Does anyone know anything about musicians being able to walk people home playing music for them for cash. I have been told a story by my mother about her father giving her money (after he taste tested the wine) to go dancing - in another village perhaps. She said when she would come home her father would no longer be as happy as when she left (her words not mine), and take her left over money back, so she learned to spend every last
473. Male Dominated DS Society / Subservient DS Women [1]
Alice; Please hold on. I have been living in Slavonia and Croatia until the age of 15 and in Germany for another 10 years until I landed in this beautiful winter country called Canada. The male dominated society I found only here. Believe me, I felt in that respect like I was back in the Middle Ages. As luck would have it, I ended up supporting and raising three children all on my own, working full time in a profession, where I received only 1/2 of the pay for twice as much work as my fellow male c
474. Re: [DVHH-L] Acacia trees in Banat - Elderberry [1]
Oh yes, I even bought some Elderberry preserves in Germany last year. Jody ----- Original Message ----- From: Teakstz@aol.com To: mercydorf@att.net ; DONAUSCHWABEN-VILLAGES-L@rootsweb.com Sent: Sunday, March 05, 2006 3:59 PM Subject: Re: [DVHH-L] Acacia trees in Banat - Elderberry I take it you have heard about Elderberry wine and jam, right? Alice
475. Re: [DVHH-L] Getting family stories heard [1]
Susan, Thanks for the kind words of understanding. With dad he is such a worrier about anything and everything, that if you take one concern away he goes to another. I tell him many times, everything you have been through - you are a strong person you can overcome great things. He just is at point in his life of feeling useless and not really wanting to fight the battle of life itself anymore. Me being the baby, for some reason I have a way with him to make him laugh at his self and the situation. Seem

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