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Subject: [BURGENLAND-NEWSLETTER-L] BB News No. 32A dtd 31 Mar 1998 (edited)
Date: Sat, 3 Jul 1999 09:04:18 EDT


THE BURGENLAND BUNCH NEWS -No. 32A
DEDICATED TO AUSTRIAN-HUNGARIAN BURGENLAND
GENEALOGY
(issued biweekly by )
March 31, 1998
(all rights reserved)

This edition of the newsletter continues the articles on the villages of
Mariasdorf started in edition 31A plus some south Burgenland Vignettes.

Karen Barnard () sent us a list of the
inhabitants of 5 villages in 1857 & 1770 and the inhabitants today,
culled from a book she acquired. These are the last three.
TAUCHEN (village name with house number first)
1.Altes Schulgeba"ude Tauchen
Von Michael Hutter gekauft
Adolf Hutter
Today: Reinhard Hutter, Gast- und Kaufhaus

2.Michael Fasching
His daughter married Josef Ho"fler, their daughter married
Karl Ochsenhofer.
Josef Ochsenhofer
Today: Wilhelm Ochsenhofer Family

3.Johann Zumpf
Today: Herbert Zumpf Family

4.Michael Hermann
Verkauft an Michael Ulreich
Michael Ulreich
Albert Ulreich
Today: Albert Ulreich Family (the son of Albert Ulreich)

5.Johann Wallner
Durch Kauf an die Familie Marth
Today: Hans Marth Family

6.Michael Wehofer
Samuel Ulreich
Gustav Ulreich
Today: Gustav Ulreich Family

7.Johann Mu"hl
Today: Johann Mu"hl Family

8.Gottlieb Hanzmann
Gottliev Hutter
His daughter married Robert Kirnbauer, their daughter
married Hans Kalchbrenner
Today: Johann Kalchbrenner Family

9.Johann Karner
Johann Hutter
Today: Zweitwohnung von Familie Oberst Erwin Ladanszky-
Dewald aus Wien

10.Johann Ofenbeck
Johann Hotwagner
Johann Artner (Kauf)
Today: Reinhold Artner Family

11.Johann Ulreich
Dietl Family
Today: Theresia Reichl Family (Kauf)

12.Adam Ofenbeck
Fu"rst
Karl Benedek
Karl Benedek
Today: Reinhold Benedek Family (son), Zweitwohnung

13.Samuel Hutter, Mahlmu"hle, Parz. 48
Michael Hutter
Daughter Anna Hutter married Gustav Treiber. Das
Mu"hlengeba"ude ist heute verfallen.
Anstelle des Wohnhauses steht der Neubau der Familie
Gustav Treiber

14.Samuel Hutter
Gottlieb Hutter
Josef Hutter and Maria
Today: Theo Hermann Family (Enkel)
15.Michl Herrmann. Die Sa"gemu"hle und die Mahlmu"hle
standen im Miteigentum von Michl Herrmann und Georg Kirnbauer.
Beide Mu"hlen bestehen heute nicht mehr.
Graf Richard Hutter, Kauf N. N. (Wiener)
Today: Franz Hofsta"tter of Hofneukirchen

16.Georg Kirnbauer
Robert Kirnbauer
Today: Wilma Kalchbrenner (daughter)

17.Adam Ofenbeck
Samuel Kalchbrenner
Today: Zweitwognung Robert Mild Family (Vienna)

18.Georg Wehofer
Today: Hans Wehofer Family

19.Michl Ofenbeck
Today: Johann Ofenbeck Family

20.Johann Wilfinger
Michael Zumpf (Kauf)
Johann Zumpf
Today: Emilie Zumpf Family

21.Mathias Grabenhofer
Zumpf (Kauf)
Georg Herrmann
Today: Luise Mu"hl Family

22.Georg Herrmann
Zumpf
Johann Zumpf
Today: Johann Ulreich (geho"rt zu Haus Nr. 23)

23.Johann Ulreich
Today: Johann Ulreich Family

24.Mathias Ulreich
Today: Herbert Ulreich Family
25.Michl Hanzmann
Today: Gustav Hanzmann Family

26.Michl Herrmann
Auf dieser Parzelle steht das Bu"rogeba"ude des ehemaligen
Tauchener Kohlenbergwerkes

27.Mathias Grabenhofer, Mu"hle
Georg Hutter
Johann Hutter

BERGWERK
Haus-Nr.
1.Franz Fleck and Maria nee Stubenvoll, Wagner und So"llner
Spa"ter war dies das bekannte Gasthaus Fleck und dann Pleyer
Today: Robert Klein Family, fru"her auf Nr. 21 wofnhaft

2.Michael Neubauer
Today unoccupied; owned by Johann Pleyer Family, Nr. 5

3.Barbara Marth
Today: Edmund Marth Family

4.Josef Polster, Inhaber eines halben Lehens
Today: Alois Polster Family

5.Mathias Kappel and Theresia nee Grabner, Csismenmacher
Dessen Nachfolger ab etwa 1870: Josef Pleier, der 1870 auf
dieser Adresse ein Grundstu"ck in Mariasdorf kaufte. Today:
Gasthof Johann Pleyer

6.Mathias Schermann, Inhaber eines halben Lehens
Today: Alois Schneeman Family

7.Maria Peier, Inhaberin eines halben Lehens
Today: Josef Hagenauer Family, vormals Postmann und Bayer

8.Johann Zumpf
Im Grundbuch Mariasdorf ist um 1860 registriert: Josef
Zumpf, Maurer, 1. Gattin: Barbara nee Grug, 2. Gattin: Anna
nee Bayer
Today: Josef Zumpf Family
9.Johann Bo"hm
Laut Grundbuch Mariasdorf: Johann Bo"hm and Theresia nee
Klein, farmer
Today: Johann Bo"hm Family

10.Mathias Amtmann
Today: Josef Grabenhofer Family

11.Josef Hofmeister
Today: Zweitwohnsitz des Dombaumeisters Architekt Dipl.-
Ing. Kurt Sto"gerer aus Wien

12.Josef Poster
Besteht heute nicht mehr.

13.Johann Polster
Today: Eduard Janisch Family

14.Graf Franz Batthya'ny aus Jormannsdorf
Today: Theresia Laschober Family, vormals Klein

15.Josef Hofmeister
An dessen Stelle steht das Einfamilien haus der Familie
Werner Laschober

16.Johann Simon
Today: Johann Hotwagner Family

17.Mathias Paier
Besteht heute nicht mehr

18.Johann Friedl
Today: Josef Pratscher Family

19.Mathias Weixelberger
Today: Adolf Weichselberger Family

20.Johann Klenner
Today: Walter Klenner Family

21.Mathias Klein
Heute Zweitwohnsitz von Frau Frieda GroB aus Wien
22.Johann Peier
Today: Frau Maria Bayer, Nr.23

23.Mathias Peier
Besteht heute nicht mehr, geho"rt zum Haus der Frau Maria
Bayer, Nr. 23

24.Franz Mikolitsch
Besteht heute nicht mehr

25.Anton Janisch and Katharina nee Schuh, Hafner and So"llner
Today: Maria Ho"fler Family

26.Mathias Marth
Today: Frau Anna Zumpf

27.Johann Marth
Today: Maria and Karoline Marth

28.Mathias Schmid and Maria nee Martin, So"llner
Today unoccupied, owner: Karl Glavanovits in Stadtschlaining

29.Johann Hotwager and Rosina nee Neubauer, Csismenmacher
and So"llner
Besteht heute nicht mehr. An dessen Stelle befindet sich die
Abstellhalle des Landwirtes
Richard Hotwagner, Nr. 35

30.Johann Janisch and Theresia nee Wo"lfel, So"llner
Today: Josef Janisch family

31.Johann Hofmeister
Today: Hans Mu"hl Family, vormals Hotwagner

32.Johann Klein
Today: Anton Fuderer Family, vormals Zieserl

33.Johann Reindl and Rosalia nee Bo"hm, Drechsler
Today: Eduard Ischepp Family, vormals Polster

34.Josef Peier
Today: Johann Graf Family
35.Schulhaus der Gemeinden Bergwerk, Neustift und Sulzriegel
Today: Richard Hotwagner Family

36.Mathias Gamauf
Today: Gustav Gamauf Family

37.Rosina Jany
Today: Frau Maria Hermann

38.Samuel Trattner
Today: Gasthof und Gemischtwarenhandlung
Ernst Koller

39.Johann Reindl
Today: Friedrich Pratscher Family, vormals Wenzel

40.Johann Fuith, Bauer und So"llner, ledig, groBja"hrig
Later: Karl Fuith and Anna nee Bendenkovitsch, So"llner and
Borstenviehha"ndler,
Mitbesitzer: Anton Fuith
Today: Johann Grosinger Family

41.Michael Zumpf and wife, Anna, farmer
Today: Frau Karoline Fru"hwirth

NEUSTIFT (bei Schlaining)
Haus-Nr.
1.Johann Klein
Today: Johann Kuh Family, vormals Klein

2.Michael Klein, 1859 als Richter genannt
Today: Maria Katzbeck nee Klein Family

3.Michael Wenzel
Today: Albrecht Koller Family, vormals Trattner

4.Johann Wnzel
Today: Frau Maria Neubauer nee Nothnagel

5.Johann Wenzel
Today: Adolf Zourek Family, forher Pfeiler-Tischler

6.Johann Weixelberger
Today: Gerhard Weichselberger Family

7.Josef Kurz
Today: Karl Neubauer Family

8.Mathias Ulreich
Today: Karl Kerschbaum Family

9.Josef Nothnagel
Today: Josef Nothnagel Family

10.Stefan Nothnagel
Steht Heute Leer, vorher Hans Fleck

11.Mathias Klein, 1859 als Geschworener genannt
Today: Frau Emma Kirnbauer nee Klein

12.Johann Saurer
Today: Otto Gamauf Family

13.Michael Werthner
Today: Josef Leyrer Family

14.Mathias Trattner
Today: Frau Theresia Gabler nee Trattner

15.Johann Klein
Today: Gustav Klein Family

16.Michael Schnalzer and Theresia nee Rabelhofer, farmer
Today: Zweitwohnsitz von Frau Margarete Krejci aus Wien

17.Johann Fleck
Today: Karl Bo"hm Family

18.Johann Trattner
Today: Rudolf Bo"hm Family, vormals Gamauf

19.Maria Gamauf
Today: Theresia Gamauf Family

20.Johann Nothnagel
Heute zum Teil abgetragen fu"r das Einfamilienhaus H.
Kalchbrenner

21.Mathias Grabenhofer
Today: Anna Kirnbauer nee Grabenhofer Family

22.Mathias Trattner
Today: Frau Helene Trattner

23.Graf Franz Batthya'ny aus Jormannsdorf, Wirtshaus
Today: Mag. Norbert Ulreich

24.Mathias Wenzel
Today: Johann Wenzel Family

25.Johann Werthner
Today: Adolf Hutter Family, vormals Werthner

26.Stefan Fleck, Baustelle, Parzelle Nr. 46
Geho"rt heute zum Hof Karl Bo"hm, Nr. 17

27.Johann Nothnagel
Besteht heute nicht mehr.

That's it! Hope someone can use it -Karen

SOME SOUTH BURGENLAND VIGNETTES (from Fritz Knigshofer)
Inns ("Gasthaeuser") in Poppendorf: From the articles in Der
Volksfreund about life in Poppendorf and environs, mostly recorded
by my great-grandfather, I can make out at least four different
Gasthaeuser (inns). Besides the Gasthof Berghold, there were inns
by Josef Medl, Johann Mo"dl [sic], and Matthias Flamisch. These
inns served in turns for various events such as the ball of the fire
brigade or the meeting place for various assemblies (like the
Sa"ngerverein -- i.e., the village choir society). This was the
situation as gleamed from stories of the early 20th century.
Industries in the area: It appears that Szent Gottha'rd was
somewhat a local industrial center, as at least six different
factories get mentioned, namely, a tobacco factory, a scythe
factory, a steam sawmill (built in 1912), a silk spinning-mill erected
in 1913, a soda water production, and a clock factory. The clock
factory might have been the place where your close relative
(granduncle?) originally learned his job. If it burned down, then it
was probably rebuilt later, since Der Volksfreund mentions it in
1911.
Church(es) in Poppendorf: Apparently, a catholic church was built
in Poppendorf in 1909. This was obviously not a parish church as
the parish was in Heiligenkreuz, but it was a full-blown church
(rather than only a chapel) nevertheless. Der Volksfreund reports
that after the erection of the church the village decided to spend
3,700 crowns for the acquisition of two bells (also in 1909), and
the paper also reports about a subsequent voluntary collection to
buy some pieces for the interior of the church in 1910.
Burgenland emigration: Are you aware that there had been an
exhibition (Burgenlaendische Landesausstellung) in Gu"ssing in
1992 which dealt with the subject of emigration? My father has
the catalog from this exhibition and I was able to read it when I
visited him last month. (ED. Note-I believe Fritz is speaking of a
337 page publication called "...nach Amerika; I have a copy). The
catalog includes an article by Dr. Dujmovits. At that time (1992),
the article stated that for about 170 villages in the Burgenland the
first ever emigrant had been precisely established. Dujmovits'
article includes a list of all these villages and the name(s),
birthyear(s) and year of emigration of the respective first
emigrants. For instance, the first ever emigrant from Mogersdorf
had been a Maria Dax.

HOMEPAGE STATISTICS (from Hap Anderson)
Here are the BB web page statistics since October 97.
Actual hits to BB page: 2986; Average of 24 hits per day in the last
five weeks.

Where Visitors Came From since October.
USA Commercial665; Network904, USA Educational61
Non-Profit Organizations 8, USA Government 18, Australia83
, Canada16
USA Military 39, Germany15, Japan2, Italy 3, Austria
58
Switzerland 1, Finland3, Hungary4, Netherlands4, Sweden
3
United Kingdom3, United States42

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