Date: Sun, 22 Mar 1998 07:15:18 +0100
Subject: von Hoetzendorff
Date: Sat, 21 Mar 1998 07:45:33 +0100
Subject: ACHTSCHIN, SATTLER, BRADAC
Surnames: ACHTSCHIN, SATTLER, BRADAC
Desperately searching for information about our father's family!
Leopold Alois ACHTSCHIN, born Chicago, 1911.
Father: Alois ACHTSCHIN, born Vienna 1874 parents unknown. emigrated to US in 1905. Another family group emigrated to US around WWII and americanized the spelling. We have no idea what that might be! Alois was supposed to have been an only child, but there were aunts, uncles and cousins. ACHTSCHIN may have been his mother's name.
Alois married Anna Marie SATTLER, born 1878 in Leibach, Austria (now Lubljana, Slovenia). Her parents were Martin SATTLER, born in St. Rupert, Austria and Anna BRADAC, born in Juzine, Austria. They were supposed to have been married over 75 years, according to a news clipping my aunt showed me.
Please - if you have any information about these families, email me as soon as you can!
Ginger Hulsopple, Carrollton, Texas
home page: http://web2.airmail.net
Date: Sat, 21 Mar 1998 02:27:53 +0100
Subject: Joseph PAARFUSSER and Rose MUNDIGLER
Looking for any information on Joseph PAARFUSSER and his wife Rose MUNDIGLER. They had a son, Frank (Franz), who was born in Austria in Nov. 1889. They immigrated to Sheboygan, WI in April 1892. My only hint on a town is a picture of Frank as a baby from a studio in Steyr. The archdiocese in Salzburg only lists information on Rose. Any other suggestions?
Date: Fri, 20 Mar 1998 15:16:28 +0100
Subject: Altstock, Graf, Grunfeld, Roth, Stochlitz
I am look for surnames: Altstock, Graf, Grunfeld,Roth, Stochlitz
Can you help my in my search? I appreciate your help thank you.
Carole Diana Altstock
Date: Fri, 20 Mar 1998 14:49:33 +0100
Subject: Feldkircher and Geiger from Egg, Vorarlberg
I am looking for any descendants of Leopold Feldkircher (1817-1868) and Maria Christina Geiger (1820-1870) from Vorarlberg, Austria.
Leopold and Maria were married on May 4, 1847, in Egg, Vorarlberg, Austria. They were Catholics.
Also, would anyone out there know the name and address of the Catholic church in Egg?
Does anyone have a current or past map for the City of Egg, Austria?
My great grandfather was Franz Josef Feldkircher, son of Leopold and Maria, who came to America in 1872 and died in Cleveland, Ohio in 1907. There are still relatives living somewhere in Vorarlberg, perhaps Egg or Bizau.
Is there anyone with a local directory who can do a surname search for FELDKIRCHER?
Date: Fri, 20 Mar 1998 03:29:38 +0100
Subject: Rues and Schlogl
Peter and Theresia (Schlogl) Rues lived in Karl, Burgenland, Austria-Hungary and was married in the Guardian Angels Church in Karl. They took their family to the United States and landed in New York Port Of Entry on April 28, 1887.
Peter was born in 1844 (place unknown) and Theresia was born in 1847 in Karl.
They had seven children:
Elizabeth, 19 Nov 1870 Karl, Austria-Hungary
Leopold, 27 Apr 1873 Karl
Michael, 29 Sep 1875 Karl
Bernard, 1878, Karl and died at 2 1/2 years of age
Anton, 2 Jun 1880, Karl
Peter III, 24 Feb 1884, Karl
John, 17 Jun 1887, Lenexa, Kansas, United States
If anyone knows anything about this family or information about the church or living place in Karl, taxes, etc. please E-mail me.
Date: Wed, 18 Mar 1998 05:40:43 +0100
Subject: Staudinger of Hagelsberg
Our family surnames include Staudinger, supposedly of Austria. A greatgreat aunt, Theresa Staudinger Abel, said she was born in Hagelsberg, Austria, in 1877, and immigrated to the U. S. with her family in 1885. Her dad was Florian Staudinger. My goal now is to identify the location of Hagelsberg (which the Getty Thesaurus says is in Potsdam but not in Austria). I want to be on track with a Hagelsberg (in her memory) of 1885, when Austria per se covered much different territory than today. Is the Hagelsberg of Potsdam the town I am looking for? Thank you. Mary Clauss
Date: Tue, 17 Mar 1998 20:29:57 +0100
Subject: Matthias Hillebrand(t) from Erla
I am looking for information on Matthias Hillebrand(t) from Erla. In 1770 he went from Amsterdam for the VOC to Java. He died in 1796 in Java. Can you give me a hint. Thanks in advance
Acacialaan 32, 3181 BA Rozenburg Holland
Date: Tue, 17 Mar 1998 20:27:44 +0100
I'm trying to trace my family tree but am having little luck as most of my older elatives are dead.
I am told that my Great Grandfather, John Totin, came from Austria-Hungary in 1912 from a town named "Novo Tohovek". The spelling is probably all wrong!! I was told that the town name translated in English to "New Town" or something similar.
Do you know of a way I can try to locate this town or my ancestors from what was then Autria-Hugary?
Date: Tue, 17 Mar 1998 04:31:45 +0100
Subject: BIGA (Americanized)
I am looking for anyone with a last name beginning with BIGA. Michael and Mileva emmigrated to the U.S. (WI) between 1885 and 1916. I am desperately trying to find out what the original Austrian name was and where they lived in Austria.
Date: Mon, 16 Mar 1998 05:12:24 +0100
Subject: John PENZER and Esther FORCEZ
I do not really know where to begin ... I have no solid information, and there is no family member available to pick their brain. I will tell you what I do know with any certainty; the rest will have to come from further digging ... once I know where to dig.
The surname is PENZER ... John Penzer and Esther Penzer. Esther's maiden name was FORCEZ. John & Esther, were my maternal grandparents. Their youngest daughter, Elsie Penzer, who was my mother, was born here in the United States. This however has yet to be substantiated as there does not seem to be a birth certificate for her. I do have a copy of my mother's marriage license which states that she (Elsie) was born in NYC and that her parents (John & Esther) were born in Austria. I am beginning to think that my mother was actually born in Austria too; or, perhaps was born in transit. I just do not know.
I am guessing that John & Esther emigrated from Austria sometime between 1910 and 1916. From where in Austria I do not know ... this is the gist of the problem. Austria is a big place; you would think that U. S. Immigration might have narrowed it down a little when they were asking questions of the new arrivals. Oh well ... what are you going to do? Work with what you have I suppose.
They (John & Esther) had no other children prior to my mother's birth. There are no records either prior to their emigration ... and precious little after. My mother (Elsie) spoke fluent Hungarian, or what she called Hungarian. Why would she speak Hungarian if she was of Austrian extraction? Am I barking up the wrong country?
All of that is the rest of the gist of the problem ... HELP!
James J. Mitchell (Tulsa)
Date: Mon, 16 Mar 1998 00:20:02 +0100
LOOKING FOR ANY INFORMATION ON: OTTO GUNTHER MARKHOFF OR MAUTNER VON MARKHOFF BORN IN VIENNA AUSTRIA APPROX. 1907/08 OWNED A BREWERY IN VIENNA, WAS A BARON, MARRIED TO (WE THINK) HELENA.
The Mautner von Markhof (today Mautner-Markhof) is a very famous and, to
this day, very influential Austrian family.
I will verify your specific query about Otto Gunther and Helena later
this week and will send you details.
Just as background information: the actual name is "Mautner" -- which originally meant innkeeper -- but the family today has large and very diversified interest: real estate, food, etc. and there is even a member of parliament: Dr. h.c. Manfred Mautner Markhof
For the time being, see:
http://www.aeiou.at/aeiou.encyclop.m/m356687.htm and following pages. Also: http://www.parlinkom.gv.at/pd/pad/kb/kb01094.html If you do an Austrian Internet search: http://austria.intersearch.net/ on "Mautner Markhoff" you'll get hundreds of hits.
Date: Fri, 13 Mar 1998 11:10:10 +0100
Subject: STRASKRABA (Vevoda z Richtarov?)
Surname STRASKRABA (Vevoda z Richtarov?), please help!
This message goes out to everyone who has ever heard about the surname Straskraba (usually with a "v" above the 2nd s).
Since I do not know much on my family*s history, I just can hope for your help. The earliest mentioned Straskraba I know is Josef Straskraba, who was born in 1879 in Mirovice (Morowitz) near Pisek in todays Czech Republic.
He had gone to Vienna latest 1904, when his son, my grandfather Josef Straskraba was born there (Wien-Meidling). As I saw on the statistics of 1930 there were only 17 "Germans" living in Mirovice, so I think there is the chance to find out more.
Have you heard about the "vevoda z Richtarov"? Furthermore on an old document I also saw the name "Csaja" mentioned, maybe the mother*s name of one of my ancestors.
I have also been told there had been ancestors in Marseille, France. But I do not know exactly, if that is right.
So PLEASE help me on my way to find out more about my roots.
Thank you in advance,
Laurent Straskraba from Linz, AUSTRIA
Date: Fri, 13 Mar 1998 03:41:38 +0100
Subject: Kerestes or Keresztes
I'm trying to find some more information on the kerestes last name.
Date: Thu, 12 Mar 1998 23:46:57 +0100
Subject: Mehringer and Kinser
Looking for information about the Mehringer and Kinser families.
Martin Mehringer b. abt 1817 Austria married Rosina Kinser b. December 18, 1831 Mannheim/Oggersheim, Bavaria, Germany.
Rosina was daughter of Joseph Kinser b. March 21, 1795 Mannheim, Bavaria, Germany and Elizabeth Wenz b. December 24, 1804 Germany.
Joseph Kinser son of Charles. Elizabeth Wenz daughter of George.
Francine Conn Halter
PS: I will gladly reimburse copying and postage fees.
Date: Thu, 12 Mar 1998 19:56:22 +0100
Subject: Florian Weissinger b. 1848, Zwettl Austria
I am looking for information on Florian Weissinger b. 1848, Zwettl Austria - m. Maria Hahn. Florian was married to Maria and had three children when they arrived in the USA in 1883/4. I would like to contact anyone that could help me find Weissinger family that may still live arround Zwettl.
Date: Thu, 12 Mar 1998 19:05:10 +0100
Subject: Alice Lazzeri Dioda of San Lugano
I am looking for information on Alice Lazzeri Dioda of San Lugano in the Tirol. She came to the U.S. around 1914. Your help is most appreciated . Thank you. email@example.com
Date: Thu, 12 Mar 1998 01:45:58 +0100
I am looking for any and all information on the family Rembisz. The name was changed temporarily in the U.S. to Rembush. Most of this family migrated to Michigan. Thank you Carol