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- 76. Re: [DVHH] Anna Taugner Leitermann - 1930 census 
- 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 she had numbers indicaticating the year she filed with intent to stay in the USA in 1912, that was the other Anna. I suspect that there will probably be numbers and dates on her 1906 manifest, where ever that is. Also I think you can make out the correct spelling of her name on the manifest you found. And it also gives her fathers na
- 77. [DVHH] Gutekunst, Sebastianus b. abt 1750 Lookup 
- Does anyone have access to the following book to do a lookup for:
Gutekunst, Sebastianus born abt 1750
Died December 31, 1833 Grossjetscha
Nagold/082/1997/1560-1925 (L) Oertel, Burkhart: Ortssippenbuch Nagold 3,
Kreis Calw in W|rttemberg f|r die Stadtteile Iselshausen 1560-1925 und
Schietingen 1644-1925. Neubiberg 1997; Reihe: DOSB/A, Bd. 221. Zugl.:
W|rttembergische OSB, Bd. 36; 176 S.; 1953 Fam ST DZfG/DB Leipzig (1997 B
5875), Z Frankfurt-Hvchst
- 78. Re: [DVHH] 2008 Roll-Call; BANAT, BATSCHKA; VOVOJDINA 
- Hi Kati;
Thanks for your speedy response. I hope we are kin to one another.
I'm rather new to genealogy and I have a visual problem but I have a
good friend ( my husband Leonard) who helps me with the computer.
Last year I requested a "Look-up" from Brestowatz on my Grandmother
Barbara Hehn (b 25/01/1881). I got it and learned recently
(from a cousin) that I had Great Grandmother Barbara Krebs (b
05/04/1843) and great great grandmother Marianna Heil (b ?) -all from
Brestowatz. I need to requ
- 79. Re: [DVHH] Roll call Stader 
- Hi to anyone owning a Stader book volume I.
Below you find names of my ancestors. Would it be possible to copy the pages where these name apear and send them to me? If so I will mail you may address. You may also scan the pages and mail them.
Should there be any reference to Batschsentiwan as destination of any of the names it would be the ones I am interested in.
- 80. Re: [DVHH] Anna Taugner Born abt: 1894 Villages:Grabatz, Lenauheim, Banat, Temes, Saagh, Hungary 
The name Taugner is frequently found in Alexanderhausen. You can check it
out on http://www.banaterheide.de/fambuch/alexanderhausen/index.htm
[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of linda klew
Sent: 24-Jan-08 5:07 PM
Subject: [DVHH] Anna Taugner Born abt: 1894 Villages:Grabatz,
- 81. Re: [DVHH] deciphering church records 
- Hi Kati,
Congratulations for tackling the the microfilm of the family book!!!
Here's a translation of the Family book entry:
K429 is the family book "Family Number" or "Entry Number". In most
family books, they will use these numbers to reference this
particular family group, in other parts of the book, such as the
entry for parents or for the family of a bride, when she is born in
the same town/village.
> Krebs, Anton *1.10.848
the "star or asterisk" is an abbreviation for the date o
- 82. [DVHH] Upcoming Broward County events 
- There are two upcoming events in Broward County, Florida sure to be of
interest to South Florida residents:
First, in Plantation, FL on January 30, presented by the Jewish Genealogical
Society of Broward County, is a lecture by past-president of the Canadian
Jewish Genealogical Society, Henry Wellisch, who will be speaking on THE
AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN EMPIRE: Conventional and Non-Conventional Resources.
Also, those who regret missing Steve Morse in Palm Beach a coup
- 83. [DVHH] roll call 2008-ofner highlands 
i am still searching for the names: Herwerth/Herberth, Kindtner/Gindtner, Keusch, Eberhardt and Frank in the Ofner Bergland - Ofner Highlands around Budapest.
Despite of that. The names Dreiseitel, Passinger, Parsch and Wellert/Willert of the Moravia area / spring of the river Oder are the part of my fathers research.
And to all of you: Happy New Year
from the south of Germany
Sylvia Weimar geb. Dreiseitel
Bad Rappenau - Germany
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- 84. [DVHH] Billed-OSB 
- I was informed by HOG-Billed, there are no more prints of the Billeder-OSB left, and no republishing of the OSB, will be done.
Also, account financial situation, the Billeder Cemetery Book, will not be published.
For those of you who received the "Billeder Heimatblatt," on the cover picture, that is not the the "Spiderman" climbing up the church steeple. They are men renovating on the church.
- 85. [DVHH] DP camps 
- I am sorry Katherine - I sent my response to John to the wrong list -
leaving people probably wondering what this was about - one of those things
I really need to be careful of!
Tina sent this out on the other list as a link in regard to dp camps, I
checked it out a long time ago, perhaps there is some information there to
help in your search.
On Jan 26, 2008 3:27 PM, Katharine Samuelson wrote:
> John & Eve
> You both mentioned Linz DP camp. Does anyo
- 86. Re: [DVHH] Roll Call Ruttinger, etc. 
- Thank you Karen and Sylvia for checking into my Ruttinger name.
Sylvia, all of my information indicates that the name was always spelled Ruttinger. I know there can be variations, though. If your relative was from the Mitrowitz (Mitrovica) area, it might be worth asking for additional information. If she was not from that area, I'd hate to waste anyone's time. Thank you very much for the offer!
Karen, here's a summary of the information I have on my Ruttinger/Wajand relationship:
- 87. Re: [DVHH] [BANAT-L] Who decided that? 
- John & Eve
You both mentioned Linz DP camp. Does anyone know if there was a roster for
the folks that were there. I vaguely recall being in that camp with my
mother, till 1952.
Katharine from cold/snowy Delta
----- Original Message -----
> double oops wrong list
> On Jan 26, 2008 2:18 PM, Eve wrote:
>> oops forgot to send to the list also
>> > My parents and siblings were in a dp camp not far from Linz - in fact
>> > m
- 88. Re: [DVHH] Passing German down the line 
- Dear Lori,
I just finally got around to downloading your thesis on German culture and
hope to read it soon. As you can see, I'm a little behind on my
correspondence, but that's the beauty of the internet -- you can get to it
as you have time.
Have you made any progress on your own family history research? Please be
sure to update the rest of us -- it is encouraging and inspiring to hear
about the successes (and failures) of others. Thanks for sharing this
research paper with us -- it looks very i
- 89. Re: [DVHH] LOWAS, PUTINCI, FUTTOK, MILETITSCH, HODSCHAG 
- Hello Dennis
Yes, some 6 years ago. I was just starting my research and I was looking
for Gutt, Kranacher, Marx, Leicht, Huegl and Meckler ( I have no first
names) who were my aunt's husbands. Also My uncle Jacob Heckli. All dates
in the early 1900. But alas you were not able to help at the time.
As you can see I have made great strides in my ancestry. Which names are
you referring to? Maybe we have a connection. Anxious to hear from you.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Dennis Ba
- 90. Re: [DVHH] Hockl 
Welcome to the DVHH-L. I was going to refer you to John Kornfeind. But John
being fast, he beat me to it.
Marc, - Yes, there was a Franz Hockl, born 1911, in Schag, died while
serving in the German Army in WW-II. I believe John will be able to help
you more on the Hockls. Good luck.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Sunday, January 27, 2008
- 91. [DVHH] Arranged Marriages 
- To Kurt & Other Members
The only proof I can offer on this subject. Is that my mother was
from Bogarosch. At the time she had met my father. She was already
engaged to marry some one else.
This was an arranged marriage. But at that time my mother was here in
She refused to marry the man she was engaged to and married my
- 92. Re: [DVHH] Mezobereny lookup for Elisabeth Stefan 
I have the records on file at my local FHC center and will look for you
after the 8th if nobody has done if before that time.
Rose Mary K Hughes wrote:
>No one has prepared a Familienbuch for Mezobereny yet. Istvan Maleth is
>working on it but has many years yet to go.
>However, if you go to your local Family History Center, you can ask them to
>order from Salt Lake City the following films:
>Evangilikus Egyhaz, Mezvberiny, Hazasultak, Halottak 1802-1895, 9 631081,
- 93. [DVHH] Roll Call 
- I have some additional names for Bulkes:
SCHMIDT, Margaret b.1779
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Monday, December 31, 2007 11:02 AM
Subject: Roll Call
GERM-Bulkes to St Louis, MO
Thanks for the Roll Call!
- 94. Re: [DVHH] [BANAT-L] Jahrmarkt Family Book 
- Is the Jahrmarkt family book available now? If so how can I order it?
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- 95. [DVHH] Prayers 
- Dear Anne & list members,
I know Jody will appreciate any prayers and well-wishes, but because the
message to which you responded was actually not posted to the list, I
thought I would correct a mistaken impression which may have been inferred.
It is not Jody's husband, but another of her family members who is very ill.
Yours is truly a very sweet gesture and a beautiful poem, but perhaps we
should hold any further comments as the situation is imminent.
- 96. Re: [DVHH] URSCHEL 
- My great, great, great grandparents were Peter Klein and Elisabeth Urschel from Schowe, but I have only limited data on them. Peter Klein was born in 1784 and Elisabeth Urschel was born in 1782. Urschels were original settlers in Schowe. Here is what I have on what might be these same two people, from the Schowe Heimatbuch:
Klein, Peter, Evangelical Lutheran, latecomer, arrived in Schowe in 1804 on a two-horse carriage from Schwanden in the Pfalz (Westrich) with his wife he married in Vienna, Elisab
- 97. Re: [DVHH] 2008 Roll Cal - Batschka Villages Bereg, Csatalja & Kolut 
- Hi Gabrielle,
Welcome to the Wagner Clan :) I'm also descendant from Friedrich
Ernst Wagner and Magdalena Sprentz. My lineage goes through their
child Georg, born Nov 1 1751 in Vinningen and died May 4 1792 in
Gara, Hungary. I've promised the other 3 members of the Clan (Judy,
Alice, and Eileen) a photograph of my great grand grandparents
(Theresia Wagner and Stefan Roth). Theresia is the g4 granddaughter
to Friedrich Ernst Wagner. It's still on my to-do list. If you're
interested, I can incl
- 98. Re: [DVHH] Roll Call 2008 Schwabisch Turkei 
- Hello Susan,
Do you have the familienbuch for Izmeny? If not, I would be glad to look up
the names--after I keep my promise to Deb Owens to do the same. Also you
have a Merz listed in KISTORMAS. I have a Johann Mertz (my sixth great
grandfather) listed in Izmeny who is believed to have come from Bvnstadt,
Erzenburg, Germany. If your relatives were Lutherans, they might very well
be in the records in Kismanyok since they had to register births, marriages,
and deaths in the Catholic church there de
- 99. [DVHH] romanian verb 
- Help, anyone! What is the romanian verb for 'to be'? I need to conjugate it.
- 100. Re: [DVHH] Kovil Szent Ivan 
- Thanks to all for their input on my question. I believe you have hit the
nail on the head Gabi. I believe the town I am looking for is by Budisava.
This may be the only film that is available - I will have to look into that.
As always - you guys come through whenever the going gets tough!
On Jan 7, 2008 11:19 AM, larry/gabi bugaisky wrote:
> I assume you mean the Batschka town. It's listed at
> http://www.genealogienetz.de/reg/ESE/backa_o-z.html#sajkaskisvetiivan. No
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