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476. Re: [DVHH-L] A Funny Link [1]
AH!! you made me laugh Rose Mary,,, now I wonder how many listers went and googled "finger grapschen"!!! I did a search for just "grapschen" and among the trash sites was this one: http://www.dict.cc/?s=grapschen a English German dictionary, it means to grope / grab at. So I can imagine with finger preceding it, what the results would be. I am still laughing ;-)))) ..not at you, with you. You said "as he walked from his car to our cottage patio, his nieces and nephews would grab one" I think you are pr
477. Re: [DVHH-L] Temp Electric Outlets in Parking Lots [1]
You find electrical outlets everywhere in Northern Canada, hotels, businesses etc, anywhere really where a car will be sitting idle for extended periods of time, but what I hadn't heard of was parking meters with outlets built in. I am still unsure if they exist or if this was a joke :-) These outlets came in handy for my sister when she travelled with her family. My niece has asthma and would have to make frequent stops to have her asthma medication. My sister would park in these parking lots and plug
478. Re: [DVHH-L] Brick Wall: Kunai, Karl - born 1897 / Orzidorf [1]
Leave it to Noelle to find him in the 1920 Census. This certainly looks like the right man. Now let's see if I can find him in the NY Marriages or Deaths. Kris will be very excited about these new discoveries. Thank you all who have replied to help. Jody ----- Original Message ----- From: Noelle Giesse To: Mercydorf Sent: Saturday, March 25, 2006 10:39 AM Subject: Re: [DVHH-L] Brick Wall: Kunai, Karl - born 1897 / Orzidorf I'm at work but did a quick look in Ancestry and found him in N
479. Re: [DVHH-L] sinking dumplings???? [1]
If you go to the June Meyer site, she has the Leberknoedel soup recipe on her site. We love it, too and make it occasionally. I now make the leberknoedels in my blender or food processor. It is so easy that way. Margaret ----- Original Message ----- From: "David Brautlecht" To: Sent: Thursday, March 16, 2006 2:49 PM Subject: RE: [DVHH-L] sinking dumplings???? Gr|_ Gott, Landsleit! Marlene, I think you are speaking of Griessknvdl (my spel
480. Re: [DVHH-L] Re: [DVHH-L] Re: [DVHH-L] Grüss Gott [1]
My parents mentioned the Red Cross being very helpful in there situation, and also said that many of the camps had set up large message boards for people trying to locate others. Eve On 3/1/06, Rose Vetter wrote: > > Susan, > In answer to your question: how did my father find us? He used a very > common method used in wartime. My mother had a sister in Budapest. She > was > married to a Hungarian and also had a Hungarian maiden name, therefore she > did not have to leave her home
481. Re: [DVHH-L] Smelling Flowers & Michigan Relatives & Sugar Beets [1]
Congradulations on your new connection Rose! Did you ask him if he had any old family photos? Jody ----- Original Message ----- From: Rose Vetter To: DONAUSCHWABEN-VILLAGES-L@rootsweb.com Sent: Saturday, March 18, 2006 12:33 AM Subject: Re: [DVHH-L] Smelling Flowers & Michigan Relatives & Sugar Beets Hello Kurt, Alice and Debbie, Well, I haven't just learned a lot about the sugar beet industry in Michigan. After finding the address and phone number of my second cousin in Burt, Mich
482. Re: [DVHH-L] Smelling Flowers & Michigan Relatives & Sugar Beets [1]
In a message dated 18.3.06 1:10:45 AM, mercydorf@bellsouth.net writes: << Congradulations on your new connection Rose! Did you ask him if he had any old family photos? Jody >> Great suggestion, Jody. AND Rose, get him to label the backs of the pictures with the names of the people in them. Even if you never see them, this is something that is so often left until it is too late. People think, "Why do that? I know who's in the picture." But things happen, people forget or pass on and those who are le
483. Re: [DVHH-L] Old German Birth Certs on Eggs???? [1]
HA - no clue. I just thought it was an interesting tidbit and wondered if anyone heard of it before or may have seen an egg. I wouldn't doubt if something along those lines was done in other lands. Andrea, > > I was about to BOO, but then found this thru Google -- do you suppose Martha lifted this info from this thread, or did she actually read the book???: > > Date: Thu, 13 Apr 1995 13:37:35 -0500 > Reply-To: Archives & Archivists <[log in to unmask]> > Sender: Archives & Archivists
484. Re: [DVHH-L] DS Protestant Settlers [1]
Nick..what did we call it, "Gockosch"? (rooster). there were only Catholic and Orthodox churches in our villages. Alex. ----- Original Message ----- From: "Rose Vetter" To: Sent: Sunday, March 05, 2006 9:06 PM Subject: Re: [DVHH-L] DS Protestant Settlers > As we're on the subject of Catholics and Protestants, did anyone ever hear > the old people talk about the "Hahnickl"? The word comes from > "Hahn"--(rooster). I can remember that term
485. Bawanischte: Grau [1]
Hello Everyone! Well....I've done what I could with the Mramorak Church Books. I'm left with two mystery characters: 1. Jakob Grau, Master Blacksmith from Bawanischte (Bavaniste). 2. N. Grau, tenant, Mramorak. There *may* be the possibility either of these two is the father of Peter Grau who is the father of Ludwig (born 1874 or 1876) and Daniel Grau (born 1877). I've elimated Daniel Grau born 1841 and Conrad Grau born 1846 because they would be way too young to be grandfathers of Ludwig and Dan
486. Re: Budapest in Smithsonian Magazine [1]
What a great article. We were there for 5 days 3 years ago. We had the advantage of being booked at a small B&B, where the bus stop was only about 1/4 mile, along the way to the bus stop we saw the most beautiful gardens, roses galore. Transportation was cheap and excellent. The people reminded me of Pittsburgh back in the 30's and 40's, My Belgian brother-in-law, his partener and my husband were favorably impressed by the population. I also had the misfortune of being ill; and the hotel called the
487. Re: [DVHH-L] Ash Wednesday [1]
Susan... When is a person old? It's not your age that counts, but your health. Right? - right! Alex. ajleeb@shaw.ca www.dvhh.org/ ----- Original Message ----- From: "Susan Williams" To: Sent: Thursday, March 02, 2006 7:55 AM Subject: Re: [DVHH-L] Ash Wednesday > Hello Alex -- I knew -- neither rain, nor sleet, nor snow and all the > shoveling that goes with it would keep you from doing your job as > administrator. Thanks! Si
488. Re: [DVHH-L] mushkatzonen cookie mold [1]
Thank you Beth! I am very pleased how they turned out - even though they are not our original copper. In case anyone else is interested I have 10 left to sell. Pricing is $22 per mold - which includes shipping for 4 or less molds within the USA. If ordering more than 4 molds, or shipping outside of USA I will have to recalculate shipping prices. Thanks again to everyone who ordered! Andrea M. Hussli - Clinton Township, MI Cousin to Larry Hussli on the list. Grandparents were from Apatin and immigrate
489. Re: [DVHH-L] Acacia trees in Banat - Elderberry [1]
There is also wine made from Elderberry. Beth ----- Original Message ----- From: "Mercydorf" To: Sent: Sunday, March 05, 2006 2:30 PM Subject: Re: [DVHH-L] Acacia trees in Banat - Elderberry > 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:
490. Katsch in the DVHH Village Index [1]
Larry, It's there now. Andrea has signed up as the DVHH Village Coordinator for Katsch. Welcome Andrea! Jody ----- Original Message ----- From: Larry & Shelly Hale To: DONAUSCHWABEN-VILLAGES-L@rootsweb.com Sent: Saturday, March 25, 2006 11:33 PM Subject: FW: [DVHH-L] DVHH Village Index Andrea Could you link Katsch to this village index? Katsch is listed but there is no link. Larry ============= Village Index at http://www.dvhh.org/villageindex.php When searching for a vil
491. Death in Childbirth & Remarriage [1]
Whenever I look over the data of my ancestors, I can't help but feel sad over the fact that there was hardly a family that did not lose one or more children at birth or at an early age--also the many women who died during or after childbirth. My own grandmother died after the birth of her eighth child--the child also died. My mother, the youngest, was two years old. Within a year her father married a widow with three children of her own and they had three more children together--so it was a case of "my c
492. RE: [DVHH-L] Notice. [1]
AT&T's policy is lame. Any mail admin with half a clue can implement software to block viruses and spam at the server. I'd strongly recommend anyone with AT&T consider switching up to a real ISP that provides adequate protection without blocking major ISPs like Shaw. This is just ridiculous. You should also consider using a free mail account as Eileen did. AT&T is less likely to block mail from free accounts on Google or Yahoo (Hotmail has a long-standing bad reputation as a source of SPAM and viruses - it
493. Another Goulash Recipe [1]
Peel and cut up very finely at least 2 lbs of onions. In a heavy bottom pan (dutch oven) sauti them in lard, we never cooked with butter. Add about a half table spoon of salt. The onions should become very soft and limp and taste sweet. You will also notice they shrink and it's not as much as it first seemed. Meanwhile cut up the meat, chicken, pork, beef or veal. When the onions are ready add a couple of tablespoons on paprika, stir it thoroughly and immediately add the meat. Stir it all together, reduce
494. RE: [DVHH-L] Servus & Other Greetings [1]
You are right Alex, it does mean "[I am your (humble)] servant". It is probably fairly old, and seems to have a Latin root. One could speculate that sometime in the middle ages, when people left their villages for the cities, they tried to become 'gentlemen' (or gentle men, or gentle women) and adopted a form of greeting used by speakers of Latin (educated people, educators, students?). It may have started out as a fad, but was persistent enough to stay with us. Fortunately, they at least shortened it to
495. WWI YUGOSLAVIA-BALKANS-GERMAN VIEW [1]
Anyone interested, the below book is found at ebay, starting bid is $44.00 WWI YUGOSLAVIA-BALKANS-GERMAN VIEW Item number: 7017094072 - expires (5 days 17 hours) SCHLACHTEN DES WELTKRIEGES, 1914-1918. Series-Volume 5: HERBSTSCHLACHT IN MACEDONIEN CERNABOGEN 1916, by Germany, Reichsarchiv, Berlin, Stalling, Published 1925 (2nd ed.). 117 pp. (text in German), illus., maps, hardcover. This book is in very good condition, with clean pages and tight binding. Contains many illustrations and all 6 folding map
496. Re: [DVHH-L] Tatoos [1]
1. Haut tdtowieren. 2.Muster eintdtowieren 3.Tdtowierung. Diana, is right, regarding the tattoos, in WW-II. All the men who served in the "SS" in the German Army had their skin burned. It was not a tattoo of a blond girl. A burned spot underneath one of their arm. Alex. ----- Original Message ----- From: "Mercydorf" To: Sent: Tuesday, March 21, 2006 12:53 AM Subject: Re: [DVHH-L] Tatoos > Alex, > What would the German word be for tattoo
497. RE: [DVHH-L] DS Protestant Settlers [1]
Alex, Until the late 1940s, we had only one church [the Catholic one seen here]: http://www.dvhh.org/alexanderhausen2/photos/church/index.htm Then the colonists converted a German house into an Orthodox church, by placing a tiny sheet-metal spire on it. It can actually be seen slightly right-of-centre in this photo: http://www.dvhh.org/alexanderhausen2/index.htm Yes, I remember seeing churches topped of with a Kokosch. Apparently it was intended to remind the faithful of a call by Jesus to be 'awake'.
498. Re: [DVHH-L] DS Protestant Settlers [1]
Being focused on the Catholic Faith for all these years, I will have to do some research on the Protestants in Mercydorf. Thanks for the information and bringing this to my attention. Jody ----- Original Message ----- From: Rosina Schmidt To: DONAUSCHWABEN-VILLAGES-L@rootsweb.com Sent: Sunday, March 05, 2006 3:20 PM Subject: [DVHH-L] DS Protestant Settlers Jody; Prior to 1895 every one would be registered in their own church. Jewish in a Synagogue, the Lutheran and Reformed in tho
499. Re: [DVHH-L] Re: [DVHH-L] Re: [DVHH-L] Grüss Gott [1]
Rose -- Their strength brings tears to my eyes. Without these stories we would simply have no idea of what families such as your endured. These personal stories tell us so much -- not so just about their adversaries but about the strength of the people who fought for their lives. I am so glad this list is not simply limited to the genealogy of names and dates of birth, marriage and death. This list is alive with the stories of our families. Thank you for sharing your story. Susan ----- Origina
500. Upcoming PBS program [1]
Dear List: There is a program coming up this week on PBS that may interest many of you . It is called "Soulful Sound: Music of the Germans from Russia." It is scheduled to be aired on my local (southwestern Ohio) PBS station on Thursday, March 23 at 10 pm. Here is a description from the program guide: "A few years ago, we aired an obscure documentary titled "Germans from Russia: Children of the Steppe, Children of the Prairie. It followed those German speaking people who settled in Russia in the

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