Date   

Re: Translation request Baptism record

Wayne Bartl
 

Frank, You can send a link to a page on Matricula by copy and pasting the link in the address bar.  I have done that many times.

Wayne

On Thu, Apr 22, 2021 at 3:40 PM Frank Gruber <frankg@...> wrote:
Hoping someone with more knowledge and better eye sight can translate for me.
Thank you


Re: Translation request Baptism record

Frank Gruber
 

Hi Leah,

It is not possible to link to the image but I have uploaded the actual record.
Other images reside at https://data.matricula-online.eu/de
Thank you

Frank

On 4/22/2021 9:26 PM, nelda petrusich via groups.io wrote:

If you haven't received a response to this. Can you send the link to the actual record so we can see more of the writing.

Thanks

Leah
On Thursday, April 22, 2021, 04:40:30 PM EDT, Frank Gruber <frankg@...> wrote:


Hoping someone with more knowledge and better eye sight can translate for me.
Thank you


Re: Translation request Baptism record

nelda petrusich
 

If you haven't received a response to this. Can you send the link to the actual record so we can see more of the writing.

Thanks

Leah
On Thursday, April 22, 2021, 04:40:30 PM EDT, Frank Gruber <frankg@...> wrote:


Hoping someone with more knowledge and better eye sight can translate for me.
Thank you


Translation request Baptism record

Frank Gruber
 

Hoping someone with more knowledge and better eye sight can translate for me.
Thank you


Re: Matricula Online database

elaine ess
 

Thank you Lukas!  This is a new resource for me to explore!
Elaine Ess

On Thu, Apr 22, 2021 at 8:51 AM I. Reitzer Lukas <l.reitzer@...> wrote:
Dear all,

as a new member I hope I do not post something that is common knowledge anyway. A list of baptist/marriage/death books from churches are constantly going online, most in Germany and Austria, but first of Slovenia, Serbia and Bosnia and more too. Maybe some time Hungary and Romania join too.
You can switch the language to English.
https://data.matricula-online.eu/de
To decipher the "Kurrent" writing, there are many websites with ABCs in kurrent.
I found my grandgrandfather that way, but luckily I knew his birth date, as there is no search function (there are partly list books).
Best regards, Lukas


Matricula Online database

 

Dear all,

as a new member I hope I do not post something that is common knowledge anyway. A list of baptist/marriage/death books from churches are constantly going online, most in Germany and Austria, but first of Slovenia, Serbia and Bosnia and more too. Maybe some time Hungary and Romania join too.
You can switch the language to English.
https://data.matricula-online.eu/de
To decipher the "Kurrent" writing, there are many websites with ABCs in kurrent.
I found my grandgrandfather that way, but luckily I knew his birth date, as there is no search function (there are partly list books).
Best regards, Lukas


Re: Death of Philipp Lung

Cathy Deschu
 

This is a great loss to the Banat Family

Cathy

On Apr 21, 2021, at 8:31 AM, Stasa Cvetkovic <dental.medica.serbia@...> wrote:


I am very sorry to hear the sad news! Rest in peace, Herr Lung. 

On Wed, Apr 21, 2021, 14:17 sparkle collie via groups.io <sparklecollie=aol.com@groups.io> wrote:
I too appreciate all he has done for the Banat families.  So sorry to lose him.

Raising handKathy White
sparklecollie@...


-----Original Message-----
From: elaine ess <lanieess@...>
To: everybody@banat.groups.io
Sent: Wed, Apr 21, 2021 8:07 am
Subject: Re: [banat] Death of Philipp Lung

Dave
This is devastating news!  Please keep us informed of funeral plans so we can send our deepest sympathies to the family .
I know I use his family books weeks and truly appreciate all he has done. 
Elaine Ess


On Apr 21, 2021, at 12:20 AM, Dave Dreyer <ddreyer@...> wrote:


Karen Preston and I have received distressing news from the AVBF that Philipp Lung has died after a stroke.

Philipp Lung was born in Sigmundfeld/Banat.  He was a long term member of the AKdFF.  Philipp was a sparkplug who pressed for the formation of the AVBF.  This came about when the production of Banat family books was rather sluggish by the AKdFF.  With several other Banat members of the AKdFF Philipp saw a way of speeding up Banat family book publishing by the creation of a separate, but associated organization, which focused on the Banat over wider Donauschwaben matters.

It may not be apparent, but those who study Banat family matters, even though not especially close to these organizations  have benefited greatly by Philipp's foresight.  His contribution also involved locating copies of  Banat church books under difficult conditions which sometimes were fragmented and scattered over various archives as well as raising the funds to take completed manuscripts into the printing stage.  

To an Auslander like myself with poor spoken German skills, Philipp was always ready with a friendly greeting making one feel as a valued associate. 

Dave Dreyer
    


Re: Maria Theresia TV Series 2017

Jana Kacur-Prah
 

Thanks so much for this info, Ron! And greetings to everyone from Okotoks near Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
Maria Theresa's life story set in its historical background and supplemented with maps of ever-changing Europe will certainly help me better understand the creation of a donau-schwab nation. After all, 'a picture says a thousand words.'
My mother, born in Torontal, Hungary, and now 95, will be thrilled!


Re: Maria Theresia TV Series 2017

Katherine Brunner
 

Thank you, I’ve been fascinated by her!


On Apr 21, 2021, at 7:38 AM, Patty Cordova <pcordova58@...> wrote:

 I am extremely interested in Maria Theresa, Rudolf!  Thanks for the information.
Patty Huss Cordova
Denver, Colorado - USA


On Apr 21, 2021, at 7:45 AM, Rudolf Huepfl via groups.io <huepfl@...> wrote:

Ron, just have in mind there was no crown prince and serious discussion who shopuld take over before Marie Theresia became the leader. The following discussion about family name was quite similar like the one with the actual British Queen. The result is also quite similar. The stronger family always  wins. On the Austrian side a bit softer; the family is officially called "Habsburg - Lothringen" while Windsor remains in principle without the Mountbatten. However, the discussion to rename the family after Marie Therese into Lothringen was quite strong.
Besides that "family issues" the target of the Habsburg was quite clear. They were always out of budget, the many wars additionally asked for more funds and Lothringen was wealthy. So there was a lot of speculation on how to integrate them into the country and reduce by that the force of France. Finally, the Habsburg made it. It is the result of the old saying: Others may fight wars, but you blessed Austria marry.
Rudolf


Re: Death of Philipp Lung

 

Dave,

Thanks for passing along this news.  Like many on this list, but especially because my ancestors were also in Sigmundfeld, Philipp Lung's name lives large in all my genealogical endeavors.  Isn't is strange when someone you've never been been able to meet in person seems more like family than some of your own family?  While he is now gone, his impact and memory will be with us for a long, long time.

With sadness--

Bill




-----Original Message-----
From: Dave Dreyer <ddreyer@...>
To: Banat.io List <everybody@banat.groups.io>
Sent: Tue, Apr 20, 2021 9:18 pm
Subject: [banat] Death of Philipp Lung

Karen Preston and I have received distressing news from the AVBF that Philipp Lung has died after a stroke.

Philipp Lung was born in Sigmundfeld/Banat.  He was a long term member of the AKdFF.  Philipp was a sparkplug who pressed for the formation of the AVBF.  This came about when the production of Banat family books was rather sluggish by the AKdFF.  With several other Banat members of the AKdFF Philipp saw a way of speeding up Banat family book publishing by the creation of a separate, but associated organization, which focused on the Banat over wider Donauschwaben matters.

It may not be apparent, but those who study Banat family matters, even though not especially close to these organizations  have benefited greatly by Philipp's foresight.  His contribution also involved locating copies of  Banat church books under difficult conditions which sometimes were fragmented and scattered over various archives as well as raising the funds to take completed manuscripts into the printing stage.  

To an Auslander like myself with poor spoken German skills, Philipp was always ready with a friendly greeting making one feel as a valued associate. 

Dave Dreyer
    


Re: Maria Theresia TV Series 2017

Patty Cordova
 

I am extremely interested in Maria Theresa, Rudolf!  Thanks for the information.
Patty Huss Cordova
Denver, Colorado - USA


On Apr 21, 2021, at 7:45 AM, Rudolf Huepfl via groups.io <huepfl@...> wrote:

Ron, just have in mind there was no crown prince and serious discussion who shopuld take over before Marie Theresia became the leader. The following discussion about family name was quite similar like the one with the actual British Queen. The result is also quite similar. The stronger family always  wins. On the Austrian side a bit softer; the family is officially called "Habsburg - Lothringen" while Windsor remains in principle without the Mountbatten. However, the discussion to rename the family after Marie Therese into Lothringen was quite strong.
Besides that "family issues" the target of the Habsburg was quite clear. They were always out of budget, the many wars additionally asked for more funds and Lothringen was wealthy. So there was a lot of speculation on how to integrate them into the country and reduce by that the force of France. Finally, the Habsburg made it. It is the result of the old saying: Others may fight wars, but you blessed Austria marry.
Rudolf


Re: Maria Theresia TV Series 2017

Rudolf Huepfl
 

Ron, just have in mind there was no crown prince and serious discussion who shopuld take over before Marie Theresia became the leader. The following discussion about family name was quite similar like the one with the actual British Queen. The result is also quite similar. The stronger family always  wins. On the Austrian side a bit softer; the family is officially called "Habsburg - Lothringen" while Windsor remains in principle without the Mountbatten. However, the discussion to rename the family after Marie Therese into Lothringen was quite strong.
Besides that "family issues" the target of the Habsburg was quite clear. They were always out of budget, the many wars additionally asked for more funds and Lothringen was wealthy. So there was a lot of speculation on how to integrate them into the country and reduce by that the force of France. Finally, the Habsburg made it. It is the result of the old saying: Others may fight wars, but you blessed Austria marry.
Rudolf


Re: Death of Philipp Lung

Karen Dalton Preston
 

I was so sad to hear of Philipp’s stroke, and then his passing.  He was always willing to help guide my research.  Later he guided Dave Dreyer and I when we wrote our first family book.  Philipp was a great help with getting that first effort published.

Though we were only acquainted via email, he became a good friend. His passing is a great loss to the Banat community.

—Karen Preston

On Apr 21, 2021, at 12:18 AM, Dave Dreyer <ddreyer@...> wrote:

Karen Preston and I have received distressing news from the AVBF that Philipp Lung has died after a stroke.

Philipp Lung was born in Sigmundfeld/Banat.  He was a long term member of the AKdFF.  Philipp was a sparkplug who pressed for the formation of the AVBF.  This came about when the production of Banat family books was rather sluggish by the AKdFF.  With several other Banat members of the AKdFF Philipp saw a way of speeding up Banat family book publishing by the creation of a separate, but associated organization, which focused on the Banat over wider Donauschwaben matters.

It may not be apparent, but those who study Banat family matters, even though not especially close to these organizations  have benefited greatly by Philipp's foresight.  His contribution also involved locating copies of  Banat church books under difficult conditions which sometimes were fragmented and scattered over various archives as well as raising the funds to take completed manuscripts into the printing stage.  

To an Auslander like myself with poor spoken German skills, Philipp was always ready with a friendly greeting making one feel as a valued associate. 

Dave Dreyer


Re: Death of Philipp Lung

Rudolf Huepfl
 

Really sad to hear these news. Philipp has guided my research for a number of years in villages such as Sigmundsfeld, Albrechtsflor and Pardan. Many of my discovered Hüpfel members came into light because of his assistance. Fare well in peace.
Rudolf Huepfl


Re: Death of Philipp Lung

Stasa Cvetkovic
 

I am very sorry to hear the sad news! Rest in peace, Herr Lung. 


On Wed, Apr 21, 2021, 14:17 sparkle collie via groups.io <sparklecollie=aol.com@groups.io> wrote:
I too appreciate all he has done for the Banat families.  So sorry to lose him.

Raising handKathy White
sparklecollie@...


-----Original Message-----
From: elaine ess <lanieess@...>
To: everybody@banat.groups.io
Sent: Wed, Apr 21, 2021 8:07 am
Subject: Re: [banat] Death of Philipp Lung

Dave
This is devastating news!  Please keep us informed of funeral plans so we can send our deepest sympathies to the family .
I know I use his family books weeks and truly appreciate all he has done. 
Elaine Ess


On Apr 21, 2021, at 12:20 AM, Dave Dreyer <ddreyer@...> wrote:


Karen Preston and I have received distressing news from the AVBF that Philipp Lung has died after a stroke.

Philipp Lung was born in Sigmundfeld/Banat.  He was a long term member of the AKdFF.  Philipp was a sparkplug who pressed for the formation of the AVBF.  This came about when the production of Banat family books was rather sluggish by the AKdFF.  With several other Banat members of the AKdFF Philipp saw a way of speeding up Banat family book publishing by the creation of a separate, but associated organization, which focused on the Banat over wider Donauschwaben matters.

It may not be apparent, but those who study Banat family matters, even though not especially close to these organizations  have benefited greatly by Philipp's foresight.  His contribution also involved locating copies of  Banat church books under difficult conditions which sometimes were fragmented and scattered over various archives as well as raising the funds to take completed manuscripts into the printing stage.  

To an Auslander like myself with poor spoken German skills, Philipp was always ready with a friendly greeting making one feel as a valued associate. 

Dave Dreyer
    


Re: Death of Philipp Lung

sparkle collie
 

I too appreciate all he has done for the Banat families.  So sorry to lose him.

Raising handKathy White
sparklecollie@...


-----Original Message-----
From: elaine ess <lanieess@...>
To: everybody@banat.groups.io
Sent: Wed, Apr 21, 2021 8:07 am
Subject: Re: [banat] Death of Philipp Lung

Dave
This is devastating news!  Please keep us informed of funeral plans so we can send our deepest sympathies to the family .
I know I use his family books weeks and truly appreciate all he has done. 
Elaine Ess


On Apr 21, 2021, at 12:20 AM, Dave Dreyer <ddreyer@...> wrote:


Karen Preston and I have received distressing news from the AVBF that Philipp Lung has died after a stroke.

Philipp Lung was born in Sigmundfeld/Banat.  He was a long term member of the AKdFF.  Philipp was a sparkplug who pressed for the formation of the AVBF.  This came about when the production of Banat family books was rather sluggish by the AKdFF.  With several other Banat members of the AKdFF Philipp saw a way of speeding up Banat family book publishing by the creation of a separate, but associated organization, which focused on the Banat over wider Donauschwaben matters.

It may not be apparent, but those who study Banat family matters, even though not especially close to these organizations  have benefited greatly by Philipp's foresight.  His contribution also involved locating copies of  Banat church books under difficult conditions which sometimes were fragmented and scattered over various archives as well as raising the funds to take completed manuscripts into the printing stage.  

To an Auslander like myself with poor spoken German skills, Philipp was always ready with a friendly greeting making one feel as a valued associate. 

Dave Dreyer
    


Re: Death of Philipp Lung

elaine ess
 

Dave
This is devastating news!  Please keep us informed of funeral plans so we can send our deepest sympathies to the family .
I know I use his family books weeks and truly appreciate all he has done. 
Elaine Ess


On Apr 21, 2021, at 12:20 AM, Dave Dreyer <ddreyer@...> wrote:


Karen Preston and I have received distressing news from the AVBF that Philipp Lung has died after a stroke.

Philipp Lung was born in Sigmundfeld/Banat.  He was a long term member of the AKdFF.  Philipp was a sparkplug who pressed for the formation of the AVBF.  This came about when the production of Banat family books was rather sluggish by the AKdFF.  With several other Banat members of the AKdFF Philipp saw a way of speeding up Banat family book publishing by the creation of a separate, but associated organization, which focused on the Banat over wider Donauschwaben matters.

It may not be apparent, but those who study Banat family matters, even though not especially close to these organizations  have benefited greatly by Philipp's foresight.  His contribution also involved locating copies of  Banat church books under difficult conditions which sometimes were fragmented and scattered over various archives as well as raising the funds to take completed manuscripts into the printing stage.  

To an Auslander like myself with poor spoken German skills, Philipp was always ready with a friendly greeting making one feel as a valued associate. 

Dave Dreyer
    


Maria Theresia TV Series 2017

Ron
 

Hi everyone,

 

I posted this on the donauschwaben forum and thought I might post it here also.

 

I have recently been reading about the period drama series “Maria Theresia” made in 2017 (which is similar to the Netflix series “The Crown and the BBC series “Victoria”).

 

It was on German TV last year (I’m guessing also Austrian / Hungarian / Slovakia TV also) – the actors apparently spoke their own languages and then their lines were overdubbed for each country.

 

Apparantely it was also bought by PBS in the states last year – so will also be shown there.

 

I’ve attached a couple of links to the official trailers for both series – (hope this is ok).

 

Series 1 is the young Maria Theresia / Series 2 is when she is older.

 

https://youtu.be/iwtiDhp4rwQ

 

https://youtu.be/gDS1u16QeI0

 

What I find interesting is that Maria Theresa married Franz Stefan Von Lothringen and Lothringen itself is one of the plot lines in the series.

 

As Maria Theresa allowed people on both sides of the border to become colonists in the Hungarian Empire, I’m wondering if she had a soft spot for Lothringen as her husband (who was the duke of Lorraine / Lothringen when he married her), later had to give up his hereditary titles there. I know this is a historical drama series, but I also hope to learn something from it.

 

In Jahrmarkt, where my mother was born, the largest % of colonists came from Lothringen.

Thought you guys in the states, who may not have heard of it, might be interested.

Ron

 


Death of Philipp Lung

Dave Dreyer
 

Karen Preston and I have received distressing news from the AVBF that Philipp Lung has died after a stroke.

Philipp Lung was born in Sigmundfeld/Banat.  He was a long term member of the AKdFF.  Philipp was a sparkplug who pressed for the formation of the AVBF.  This came about when the production of Banat family books was rather sluggish by the AKdFF.  With several other Banat members of the AKdFF Philipp saw a way of speeding up Banat family book publishing by the creation of a separate, but associated organization, which focused on the Banat over wider Donauschwaben matters.

It may not be apparent, but those who study Banat family matters, even though not especially close to these organizations  have benefited greatly by Philipp's foresight.  His contribution also involved locating copies of  Banat church books under difficult conditions which sometimes were fragmented and scattered over various archives as well as raising the funds to take completed manuscripts into the printing stage.  

To an Auslander like myself with poor spoken German skills, Philipp was always ready with a friendly greeting making one feel as a valued associate. 

Dave Dreyer
    


Re: Reitzer family Temeswar/Temeschburg and Grieser/Griezer/Grieszer family Gross Kikinda

 

Dear all,
I just found the translation to German of the Hungarian birthcertificate of my grandgrandfather.
It says father of Johann Reitzer (28.12.1890) was Franz Reitzer, born in REKES-SZOELOEK, now living in Temeswar Fabrikstadt. Mother Grieser Theresia. Godfather Margit Reitzer.
There is still a 100% match to the other siblings of Franz as in the Rekasch familybook.
1 Franz                 *5 Jul 1862  identical, except marriages: (1oo Margarete Funk, 2oo Josefa Schuetz??)
2 Josef                  *30 May 1864      identical 28.5.1864
3 Karl                            *1 Nov 1866   identical
4 Johann                      *22 Dec 1868                    +19 Dec 1869
5 Andreas                           *28 Aug 1870 identical  15.9.1870
6 Susanna                        *18 Oct 1872                +1 Aug 1873   identical
7 Anna                             *22 Jun 1874    identical
I guess Rekes Szölök is Rekas?  Best regards, Lukas

1341 - 1360 of 3485