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Re: Germaine/Germann and Remillong in Ernsthausen

Rudolf Huepfl
 

Special thanks to Linda and Daniel for their valuable content. For me the conection is very clear and the relatives could be easily found in the Lorrain-tree.
A nice weekend to all from sunny but cold Vienna
Rudolf


Re: Private: Re: [banat] Order books

Dave Dreyer
 

Contheye

"From the Banat to North Dakota" was published by the  Institute for Regional Studies at North Dakota State University and can be ordered from them for $20.  Look for the Institute access using Google.

Dave Dreyeri



On Saturday, March 5, 2022, 06:35:25 PM PST, Cintheya <cintheyaevans@...> wrote:


I was wondering where I could order the book you mentioned “From Banat to North Dakota”. I can’t seem to find it for less than $331 on Amazon. Which is just not affordable for me. 


Re: Germaine/Germann and Remillong in Ernsthausen

 

Bonjour Linda,

Thank you for sending me also your information on this family GERMANN.
I will be able to complete the Geneanet file "Lorrains du Banat" which is already looking good.
Découvrez les origines familiales de Johann Niclas GERMANN.
gw.geneanet.org

To note in this family the presence of Manuela BACSIK who is a member of our Facebook group and a very good genealogist.
L'Arbre en Ligne utilise le logiciel Geneweb (version 7.0). Conformément aux dispositions légales, vous pouvez demander le retrait de votre nom et celui de vos enfants mineurs.
gw.geneanet.org


A bientôt,

Daniel



De : everybody@banat.groups.io <everybody@banat.groups.io> de la part de Linda Sohl <lesohl.home@...>
Envoyé : jeudi 10 mars 2022 19:51
À : everybody@banat.groups.io Calendar <everybody@banat.groups.io>
Objet : [banat] Germaine/Germann and Remillong in Ernsthausen
 
Hi Christine,

I’ll have to send you copies of the relevant Ernsthausen FB pages this weekend after I set up my new scanner, but briefly:

The info you got from Amy back in 2011 about your REMILLONG/GERMANN family in Ernsthausen must have been transcribed directly from the church records. That information has since been published in the Ernsthausen FB.

There are many Remillongs listed in the Ernsthausen FB, not many Germanns. The Ernsthausen book does say that Magdalena was born in Kathreinfeld circa 1864, and was the daughter of Josef GERMANN and Margaretha JANZER, citing the old Kathreinfeld FB by Queiser (family 885). Since I have some Germanns in my tree as well, I have a photocopy of the relevant pages from Queiser (will send these later also). 

GERMANN Josef
b. 25 May 1819 Kathreinfeld
oo 2 Jul 1843

JANZER/JAHN Margaretha
b. 1823 Klek

Five children are listed between 1846 and 1861; Magdalena would be the sixth, though she isn’t mentioned here. It’s difficult to know who Magdalena’s uncle might be, since the Queiser book says that all five listed children of Josef GERMANN and Margaretha JANZER died as young children. It may be another sibling not listed in the Queiser FB, or it may be that “Uncle” is just being used for an older cousin or close family friend.

Rudolf, as to the connection between your Germanns and Chris’s: they are both descended from Johann Nikolaus GERMANN, b. ca. 1740 in Tiefenthal, Fürfeld, Hesse, and Maria Elisabeth Sebastiana DEICHELBORN, b. 1736 in Bretzenheim a.d. Nahe, Kreuznach, Coblenz, Rheinland.

For Rudolf: 

Johann Nikolaus GERMANN b. ca. 1740, Hesse
|
Josef GERMANN b. 18 Apr 1771, Hatzfeld
|
Anton GERMANN b. 12 Mar 1792, Hatzfeld
|
George GERMANN b. 15 Feb 1820, Kathreinfeld

For Chris:

Johann Nikolaus GERMANN b. ca. 1740, Hesse
|
Nikolaus GERMANN b. 7 Sep 1777, Hatzfeld
|
Josef GERMANN b. 25 May 1819, Kathreinfeld
|
Magdalena GERMANN b. ca. 1864, Kathreinfeld

I can send more info this weekend if you’re interested.

Cheers,
Linda





On Mar 9, 2022, at 2:51 PM, Chris <chriskotenko@...> wrote:

[Edited Message Follows]

Update according to Lorraines  of Banat website
Magdaline Germann was born in  Kathreinfeld and married Johann Remilong 10 January 1886, Ernsthausen

Would like to find out what uncle of Magdaline her family settle with in Chicago  in 1910. Thank you

I have a Johann Remilong that married a 
Magdaline Germann in 1884

She was born about 1862
Austria-Hungary 
*according to her Obit 

She went by Helen

They came to America in 1910, locating in Chicago Illinois(ship record confirms)

Later her son Peter writes about coming to America and says 
"We left Hungary for America we landed in Chicago Illinois, by my mother uncle. my father worked in  the lumber yard, my two brothers in the bakers ship. I went to school....... 

I would like to try and find out who the mothers uncle is, so I possible could find out more about there time in Chicago. 
Does anyone know of the Germann family?

By the year 1920 settled in Michigan, where they all lived the rest of there lives.

Ive been unable to find any at all  in Chicago

Thanks
Christine





Germaine/Germann and Remillong in Ernsthausen

Linda Sohl
 

Hi Christine,

I’ll have to send you copies of the relevant Ernsthausen FB pages this weekend after I set up my new scanner, but briefly:

The info you got from Amy back in 2011 about your REMILLONG/GERMANN family in Ernsthausen must have been transcribed directly from the church records. That information has since been published in the Ernsthausen FB.

There are many Remillongs listed in the Ernsthausen FB, not many Germanns. The Ernsthausen book does say that Magdalena was born in Kathreinfeld circa 1864, and was the daughter of Josef GERMANN and Margaretha JANZER, citing the old Kathreinfeld FB by Queiser (family 885). Since I have some Germanns in my tree as well, I have a photocopy of the relevant pages from Queiser (will send these later also). 

GERMANN Josef
b. 25 May 1819 Kathreinfeld
oo 2 Jul 1843

JANZER/JAHN Margaretha
b. 1823 Klek

Five children are listed between 1846 and 1861; Magdalena would be the sixth, though she isn’t mentioned here. It’s difficult to know who Magdalena’s uncle might be, since the Queiser book says that all five listed children of Josef GERMANN and Margaretha JANZER died as young children. It may be another sibling not listed in the Queiser FB, or it may be that “Uncle” is just being used for an older cousin or close family friend.

Rudolf, as to the connection between your Germanns and Chris’s: they are both descended from Johann Nikolaus GERMANN, b. ca. 1740 in Tiefenthal, Fürfeld, Hesse, and Maria Elisabeth Sebastiana DEICHELBORN, b. 1736 in Bretzenheim a.d. Nahe, Kreuznach, Coblenz, Rheinland.

For Rudolf: 

Johann Nikolaus GERMANN b. ca. 1740, Hesse
|
Josef GERMANN b. 18 Apr 1771, Hatzfeld
|
Anton GERMANN b. 12 Mar 1792, Hatzfeld
|
George GERMANN b. 15 Feb 1820, Kathreinfeld

For Chris:

Johann Nikolaus GERMANN b. ca. 1740, Hesse
|
Nikolaus GERMANN b. 7 Sep 1777, Hatzfeld
|
Josef GERMANN b. 25 May 1819, Kathreinfeld
|
Magdalena GERMANN b. ca. 1864, Kathreinfeld

I can send more info this weekend if you’re interested.

Cheers,
Linda





On Mar 9, 2022, at 2:51 PM, Chris <chriskotenko@...> wrote:

[Edited Message Follows]

Update according to Lorraines  of Banat website
Magdaline Germann was born in  Kathreinfeld and married Johann Remilong 10 January 1886, Ernsthausen

Would like to find out what uncle of Magdaline her family settle with in Chicago  in 1910. Thank you

I have a Johann Remilong that married a 
Magdaline Germann in 1884

She was born about 1862
Austria-Hungary 
*according to her Obit 

She went by Helen

They came to America in 1910, locating in Chicago Illinois(ship record confirms)

Later her son Peter writes about coming to America and says 
"We left Hungary for America we landed in Chicago Illinois, by my mother uncle. my father worked in  the lumber yard, my two brothers in the bakers ship. I went to school....... 

I would like to try and find out who the mothers uncle is, so I possible could find out more about there time in Chicago. 
Does anyone know of the Germann family?

By the year 1920 settled in Michigan, where they all lived the rest of there lives.

Ive been unable to find any at all  in Chicago

Thanks
Christine





Re: Germaine/Germann

Rudolf Huepfl
 

Unfortunately, my few Ernsthausen info from the existing Familybook does not help with your Germann, since I concentrated on my direct relatives Gaertner, Bartole and Huepfel. I am sure others within the group are able to provide copies of German entries from FB Ernsthausen on possible entries for the Germann family.
May be you should rename the subject towards look-up Ernsthausen for specific atraction.
I like to keep in touch on any connections between this Germann relatives ;if there is any connection with my Germann from Setschan.
Regards
Rudolf


Ship Data

Fran Matkovich
 

See Germann on Dave Dreyer’s Ship List:
https://www.village-records.org/ShipList/ShipData_list.php?qs=Germann&criteria=or

Fran Matkovich


Re: Germaine/Germann

Chris
 

Hello,

I do not know anything about the Germann family. I am looking for her family. I did find a Chicago Directory with many Germann/Germain in it,but since i dont know who im looking for right now it does me know good. If your interested here it it https://www.chicagoancestors.org/content/1910-chicago-directory

In her obit it says they where married in 1884 Austia-Hungary , so Im going to assume its in Ernsthausen where all there children where born. I do not know where those records are.

Christine


Re: Germaine/Germann

Rudolf Huepfl
 

Hi Christine, I wonder how my German cousins are related/or not to your Chicago group.  In my tree I do have a

Georg German, *15.FEB 1820 in Kathreinfeld (church book IIb,34)
oo 4. JUL 1841, Setschan (church book Pag. 52)
Katharina Rettinger, * ~1823 Vojvodina (FB Zichydorf, Fam. 2582)
This couple had a daugther
Elisabeth, * *1853 in Setschan (FB Zichydorf, Fam. 7204)
oo 30. APR 1872 Setschan
Anton Prokle, * ~1850 Setschan
The daugther of Anton and Elisabeth - Magdalena, * 6. NOV 1871 in Setschan left banat and entered Quebec, Canada by SS Laurentic on 9 NOV 1928.
She and her family lived there in Windsor, Essex, Ontario; see also findagrave #175454732.
Any relations to this branch?
Regards
Rudolf Huepfl, Vienna, Austria


Germaine/Germann

Chris
 
Edited

Update according to Lorraines  of Banat website
Magdaline Germann was born in  Kathreinfeld and married Johann Remilong 10 January 1886, Ernsthausen

Would like to find out what uncle of Magdaline her family settle with in Chicago  in 1910. Thank you

I have a Johann Remilong that married a 
Magdaline Germann in 1884

She was born about 1862
Austria-Hungary 
*according to her Obit 

She went by Helen

They came to America in 1910, locating in Chicago Illinois(ship record confirms)

Later her son Peter writes about coming to America and says 
"We left Hungary for America we landed in Chicago Illinois, by my mother uncle. my father worked in  the lumber yard, my two brothers in the bakers ship. I went to school....... 

I would like to try and find out who the mothers uncle is, so I possible could find out more about there time in Chicago. 
Does anyone know of the Germann family?

By the year 1920 settled in Michigan, where they all lived the rest of there lives.

Ive been unable to find any at all  in Chicago

Thanks
Christine




Re: Remilong Ernsthausen to USA

 

Bonjour Christine

I assume you have the Ernsthausen family book published in 2018 by Hans REPP.
Didn't you find confirmation of your information there? Look at page 802 in particular.

Daniel
Lorrains du Banat


De : everybody@banat.groups.io <everybody@banat.groups.io> de la part de Chris <chriskotenko@...>
Envoyé : samedi 5 mars 2022 15:32
À : everybody@banat.groups.io <everybody@banat.groups.io>
Objet : Re: [banat] Remilong Ernsthausen to USA
 
Looking to find the source of these Ernsthausen records that where sent to me in 2011 and anyone researching Remilong family. Thanks~


On Thu, Mar 3, 2022 at 12:42 PM Chris <chriskotenko@...> wrote:
Hello,
Thought id see check back here. Is anyone researching Remilong. Heres what i posted and got a response for in 2011. I had a paper at the time that my great grandfather wrote that only him and his 2 siblings where alive all the rest of his siblings died of Cholera. 
 
 My post in 2011
> Looking for the family in Ernsthausen of the following Johann Remilong and
> Magdalina German Children Johann born abt 1895 Louis born 02 May 1897 Peter
> born 06 June 1901 *Peter is the last of ten all the rest died of Cholera*
> ______________________________________________
> Amy's prompt reply in 2011
> Hi Christine, These are the children I find for Johann Remillong and
> Magdalena Germann: 1. Johann - b. 14 Feb 1885 (house #34), Godparents -
> Johann Heck and Maria Remillong, d. 4 Mar 1885 (noted on bapt record).
> There are three lines drawn through Johann's (the father) name and I'm not
> sure what that means. There is a note on the record that says something
> like - teves bemondas kovetkez seben hebs san iro aost be. 2. Lorenz - b. 2
> Jun 1886 (House #2), d. 12 Apr 1896 of Agyzyulladas (?). Buried 13 Apr. 3.
> Susanna - b. 15 Mar 1889 (house #125), Godparents - Wilhelm Prunkl and
> Susanna Remillong, d. 15 Mar 1889 (noted on the bapt. record) 4. Peter - b.
> 27 May 1890 (house #62), Godparents - Peter Hoffmann (Barber) and Katharina
> Schmidt, d. 6 Jun 1893 (noted on bapt. record) 5. Katharina - 6 Dec 1892
> (house #100), Godparents - Johann Kungel and Katharina Germann, d. 8 Dec
> 1892 (noted on bapt. record) 6. Lajos - b. 2 May 1897 (house #108),
> Godparents - Lajos Remillong and Susanna Remillong. 7. Peter - b. 25 Jul
> 1901 (bapt. 28 Jul) (house #178), Godparents - Peter Mayer and Elisabeth
> Kleker There is a gap in the baptism records from May 1894 - Oct 1895 and I
> would assume that their son, Johann, was born during this time. But I think
> he was born 16 Oct 1895, according to his WWI Draft application. I didn't
> see any other burial records for their children in the records from
> 1895-1910, except for Lorenz in 1896. The marriages records for Ernsthausen
> for the time period that Johann and Magdalena would have been married
> (probably around 1880-1884) are in the archives in Novi Sad, but have not
> been copied. Their parents names would be listed on that record, but you'd
> probably have to hire someone to get it that way. However, if you assume
> that they were married between 1880 - 1884 (based on their earliest child),
> it would appear that Johann was probably born in the 1850's or 1860's. In
> looking through the Ernsthausen baptism records from 1850 - 1867, there are
> only two Johann Remillongs born during this time period. However, one of
> these Johann's died when he was less than a year old. The only other Johann
> born in Ernsthausen between these dates is: Johann Remillong, son of
> Wilhelm Remillong and Barbara Kruts, b. 3 Aug 1858 (house 88), bapt 3 Aug
> 1858, godparents - Johann Kungel and Christina Reiter. (Wilhelm and Barbara
> were married 8 Nov 1852 in Ernsthausen, no parents listed on the marriage
> record) It looks like they are listed in the 1920 census in MI and John is
> listed as being born in 1860, so I would guess that the above Johann is the
> same one. Perhaps you could get his death certificate, which might have his
> parents names listed on it? If I can help with anything, just let me know.
> Amy  

_._,_._,_


Re: Roots Tech and MyHeritage

Lynette Kaye
 

Thanks, Catherine.  I have added five this week during the promotion and four at last year's promotion.  Great value!

Lynette

On Sat, Mar 5, 2022 at 9:19 AM Catherine Teufel via groups.io <rcateuf=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:

Hi – I was just on the Roots Tech Convention site, and I noticed that My Heritage is having the following special promotion now:

Special promotion: all advanced DNA features are free forever for DNA data uploaded this week!

Expires March 8, 2022 .

This is shown under the Expo Hall tab – My Heritage Virtual Booth - PROMOTIONS

I have DNA on 3 sites, but I have found that I make more European matches on MyHeritage than on the others.  One European match led to a pretty big discovery for my family.  There is no charge whatsoever to upload your DNA and retain these features forever if you do it before the expiration date for the promotion.


I believe you would have to pay $29 again to unlock the advanced features once the promo expires.  I have used many of MyHeritage’s features such as the Theory of Relativity, Autoclusters (a favorite), and, of course, the chromosome browser that is currently lacking on Ancestry.   I have enjoyed them all. They also have some great photo editing tools that worked marvels on my old pictures. 


If you have a free membership, they do limit the number of people you can have on your tree to around 250, but that should not deter you from taking advantage of the promotion.  You have nothing to lose and everything to gain by fishing in a new pond.

So, if you have tested on Ancestry, FamilyTree, 23 & Me, etc., I recommend that you do a little googling and find out how to upload your results to MyHeritage.  I uploaded mine a few years ago, and have never regretted it.


There are also hundreds great free courses offered at Roots Tech now though March 5th.  You can select the area or country you are researching, and this year’s offerings will come up.  They include talks about research in the places of origin of our Banat and Batschka settlers like Germany, Luxembourg and Czechia. 

I am sorry that this is coming in so Iate.  I was having trouble sending it on the 3rd.

Happy Learning!

Cathy Teufel O’Neill






--
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Re: Remilong Ernsthausen to USA

Chris
 

For who? I have all the records for my Remilong family in the USA. Looking to find the source of these Ernsthausen records that where sent to me in 2011 and anyone researching Remilong family. Thanks~


On Sat, Mar 5, 2022 at 5:14 AM Cathy Reece <cre29ece@...> wrote:
Chris,
Look at records in cemetery office.
The cemetery my grandparents are buried in had the names of my grandparents parents.
I just had to prove I was related to get the information.

On Thu, Mar 3, 2022 at 12:42 PM Chris <chriskotenko@...> wrote:
Hello,
Thought id see check back here. Is anyone researching Remilong. Heres what i posted and got a response for in 2011. I had a paper at the time that my great grandfather wrote that only him and his 2 siblings where alive all the rest of his siblings died of Cholera. 
 
 My post in 2011
> Looking for the family in Ernsthausen of the following Johann Remilong and
> Magdalina German Children Johann born abt 1895 Louis born 02 May 1897 Peter
> born 06 June 1901 *Peter is the last of ten all the rest died of Cholera*
> ______________________________________________
> Amy's prompt reply in 2011
> Hi Christine, These are the children I find for Johann Remillong and
> Magdalena Germann: 1. Johann - b. 14 Feb 1885 (house #34), Godparents -
> Johann Heck and Maria Remillong, d. 4 Mar 1885 (noted on bapt record).
> There are three lines drawn through Johann's (the father) name and I'm not
> sure what that means. There is a note on the record that says something
> like - teves bemondas kovetkez seben hebs san iro aost be. 2. Lorenz - b. 2
> Jun 1886 (House #2), d. 12 Apr 1896 of Agyzyulladas (?). Buried 13 Apr. 3.
> Susanna - b. 15 Mar 1889 (house #125), Godparents - Wilhelm Prunkl and
> Susanna Remillong, d. 15 Mar 1889 (noted on the bapt. record) 4. Peter - b.
> 27 May 1890 (house #62), Godparents - Peter Hoffmann (Barber) and Katharina
> Schmidt, d. 6 Jun 1893 (noted on bapt. record) 5. Katharina - 6 Dec 1892
> (house #100), Godparents - Johann Kungel and Katharina Germann, d. 8 Dec
> 1892 (noted on bapt. record) 6. Lajos - b. 2 May 1897 (house #108),
> Godparents - Lajos Remillong and Susanna Remillong. 7. Peter - b. 25 Jul
> 1901 (bapt. 28 Jul) (house #178), Godparents - Peter Mayer and Elisabeth
> Kleker There is a gap in the baptism records from May 1894 - Oct 1895 and I
> would assume that their son, Johann, was born during this time. But I think
> he was born 16 Oct 1895, according to his WWI Draft application. I didn't
> see any other burial records for their children in the records from
> 1895-1910, except for Lorenz in 1896. The marriages records for Ernsthausen
> for the time period that Johann and Magdalena would have been married
> (probably around 1880-1884) are in the archives in Novi Sad, but have not
> been copied. Their parents names would be listed on that record, but you'd
> probably have to hire someone to get it that way. However, if you assume
> that they were married between 1880 - 1884 (based on their earliest child),
> it would appear that Johann was probably born in the 1850's or 1860's. In
> looking through the Ernsthausen baptism records from 1850 - 1867, there are
> only two Johann Remillongs born during this time period. However, one of
> these Johann's died when he was less than a year old. The only other Johann
> born in Ernsthausen between these dates is: Johann Remillong, son of
> Wilhelm Remillong and Barbara Kruts, b. 3 Aug 1858 (house 88), bapt 3 Aug
> 1858, godparents - Johann Kungel and Christina Reiter. (Wilhelm and Barbara
> were married 8 Nov 1852 in Ernsthausen, no parents listed on the marriage
> record) It looks like they are listed in the 1920 census in MI and John is
> listed as being born in 1860, so I would guess that the above Johann is the
> same one. Perhaps you could get his death certificate, which might have his
> parents names listed on it? If I can help with anything, just let me know.
> Amy  


Roots Tech and MyHeritage

Catherine Teufel
 

Hi – I was just on the Roots Tech Convention site, and I noticed that My Heritage is having the following special promotion now:

Special promotion: all advanced DNA features are free forever for DNA data uploaded this week!

Expires March 8, 2022 .

This is shown under the Expo Hall tab – My Heritage Virtual Booth - PROMOTIONS

I have DNA on 3 sites, but I have found that I make more European matches on MyHeritage than on the others.  One European match led to a pretty big discovery for my family.  There is no charge whatsoever to upload your DNA and retain these features forever if you do it before the expiration date for the promotion.


I believe you would have to pay $29 again to unlock the advanced features once the promo expires.  I have used many of MyHeritage’s features such as the Theory of Relativity, Autoclusters (a favorite), and, of course, the chromosome browser that is currently lacking on Ancestry.   I have enjoyed them all. They also have some great photo editing tools that worked marvels on my old pictures. 


If you have a free membership, they do limit the number of people you can have on your tree to around 250, but that should not deter you from taking advantage of the promotion.  You have nothing to lose and everything to gain by fishing in a new pond.

So, if you have tested on Ancestry, FamilyTree, 23 & Me, etc., I recommend that you do a little googling and find out how to upload your results to MyHeritage.  I uploaded mine a few years ago, and have never regretted it.


There are also hundreds great free courses offered at Roots Tech now though March 5th.  You can select the area or country you are researching, and this year’s offerings will come up.  They include talks about research in the places of origin of our Banat and Batschka settlers like Germany, Luxembourg and Czechia. 

I am sorry that this is coming in so Iate.  I was having trouble sending it on the 3rd.

Happy Learning!

Cathy Teufel O’Neill





Re: Remilong Ernsthausen to USA

Cathy Reece
 

Chris,
Look at records in cemetery office.
The cemetery my grandparents are buried in had the names of my grandparents parents.
I just had to prove I was related to get the information.

On Thu, Mar 3, 2022 at 12:42 PM Chris <chriskotenko@...> wrote:
Hello,
Thought id see check back here. Is anyone researching Remilong. Heres what i posted and got a response for in 2011. I had a paper at the time that my great grandfather wrote that only him and his 2 siblings where alive all the rest of his siblings died of Cholera. 
 
 My post in 2011
> Looking for the family in Ernsthausen of the following Johann Remilong and
> Magdalina German Children Johann born abt 1895 Louis born 02 May 1897 Peter
> born 06 June 1901 *Peter is the last of ten all the rest died of Cholera*
> ______________________________________________
> Amy's prompt reply in 2011
> Hi Christine, These are the children I find for Johann Remillong and
> Magdalena Germann: 1. Johann - b. 14 Feb 1885 (house #34), Godparents -
> Johann Heck and Maria Remillong, d. 4 Mar 1885 (noted on bapt record).
> There are three lines drawn through Johann's (the father) name and I'm not
> sure what that means. There is a note on the record that says something
> like - teves bemondas kovetkez seben hebs san iro aost be. 2. Lorenz - b. 2
> Jun 1886 (House #2), d. 12 Apr 1896 of Agyzyulladas (?). Buried 13 Apr. 3.
> Susanna - b. 15 Mar 1889 (house #125), Godparents - Wilhelm Prunkl and
> Susanna Remillong, d. 15 Mar 1889 (noted on the bapt. record) 4. Peter - b.
> 27 May 1890 (house #62), Godparents - Peter Hoffmann (Barber) and Katharina
> Schmidt, d. 6 Jun 1893 (noted on bapt. record) 5. Katharina - 6 Dec 1892
> (house #100), Godparents - Johann Kungel and Katharina Germann, d. 8 Dec
> 1892 (noted on bapt. record) 6. Lajos - b. 2 May 1897 (house #108),
> Godparents - Lajos Remillong and Susanna Remillong. 7. Peter - b. 25 Jul
> 1901 (bapt. 28 Jul) (house #178), Godparents - Peter Mayer and Elisabeth
> Kleker There is a gap in the baptism records from May 1894 - Oct 1895 and I
> would assume that their son, Johann, was born during this time. But I think
> he was born 16 Oct 1895, according to his WWI Draft application. I didn't
> see any other burial records for their children in the records from
> 1895-1910, except for Lorenz in 1896. The marriages records for Ernsthausen
> for the time period that Johann and Magdalena would have been married
> (probably around 1880-1884) are in the archives in Novi Sad, but have not
> been copied. Their parents names would be listed on that record, but you'd
> probably have to hire someone to get it that way. However, if you assume
> that they were married between 1880 - 1884 (based on their earliest child),
> it would appear that Johann was probably born in the 1850's or 1860's. In
> looking through the Ernsthausen baptism records from 1850 - 1867, there are
> only two Johann Remillongs born during this time period. However, one of
> these Johann's died when he was less than a year old. The only other Johann
> born in Ernsthausen between these dates is: Johann Remillong, son of
> Wilhelm Remillong and Barbara Kruts, b. 3 Aug 1858 (house 88), bapt 3 Aug
> 1858, godparents - Johann Kungel and Christina Reiter. (Wilhelm and Barbara
> were married 8 Nov 1852 in Ernsthausen, no parents listed on the marriage
> record) It looks like they are listed in the 1920 census in MI and John is
> listed as being born in 1860, so I would guess that the above Johann is the
> same one. Perhaps you could get his death certificate, which might have his
> parents names listed on it? If I can help with anything, just let me know.
> Amy  


Re: Remilong Ernsthausen to USA

 

Bonjour Christine,

All the REMIL(L)ONG from Banat are originally from Lorraine where their name was spelled REMILLON.
Their genealogy is well known and goes back to the early 1600s. The pioneers, arriving in Lorraine devastated by the Thirty Years' War, probably came from Savoie where a Remillon street still exists in the village of La Nérulaz.
In Lorraine, the REMILLON family settled in Marsal and Guébling.
Even today the mayor of Guébling is one of your cousins, a descendant of a branch of the family that remained in Lorraine; Joseph REMILLON is a retired farmer but his son has taken over the farm.
Another of your cousins is the owner of another farm in the town of Marsal; Michel REMILLON is a man with a passion for history and he gives many conferences on the history of Banat. It must be said that in Lorraine this history, however extraordinary, has been almost completely forgotten!
Next June, Joseph and Michel REMILLON will welcome, in Guébling and Marsal, other REMILLONG cousins who live in Canada, California and Washington DC. I will also be there because it will be a party not to be missed....

Au plaisir,

Daniel HILAIRE
"Lorrains du Banat"




De : everybody@banat.groups.io <everybody@banat.groups.io> de la part de Chris <chriskotenko@...>
Envoyé : jeudi 3 mars 2022 16:54
À : everybody@banat.groups.io <everybody@banat.groups.io>
Objet : [banat] Remilong Ernsthausen to USA
 
Hello,
Thought id see check back here. Is anyone researching Remilong. Heres what i posted and got a response for in 2011. I had a paper at the time that my great grandfather wrote that only him and his 2 siblings where alive all the rest of his siblings died of Cholera. 
 
 My post in 2011
> Looking for the family in Ernsthausen of the following Johann Remilong and
> Magdalina German Children Johann born abt 1895 Louis born 02 May 1897 Peter
> born 06 June 1901 *Peter is the last of ten all the rest died of Cholera*
> ______________________________________________
> Amy's prompt reply in 2011
> Hi Christine, These are the children I find for Johann Remillong and
> Magdalena Germann: 1. Johann - b. 14 Feb 1885 (house #34), Godparents -
> Johann Heck and Maria Remillong, d. 4 Mar 1885 (noted on bapt record).
> There are three lines drawn through Johann's (the father) name and I'm not
> sure what that means. There is a note on the record that says something
> like - teves bemondas kovetkez seben hebs san iro aost be. 2. Lorenz - b. 2
> Jun 1886 (House #2), d. 12 Apr 1896 of Agyzyulladas (?). Buried 13 Apr. 3.
> Susanna - b. 15 Mar 1889 (house #125), Godparents - Wilhelm Prunkl and
> Susanna Remillong, d. 15 Mar 1889 (noted on the bapt. record) 4. Peter - b.
> 27 May 1890 (house #62), Godparents - Peter Hoffmann (Barber) and Katharina
> Schmidt, d. 6 Jun 1893 (noted on bapt. record) 5. Katharina - 6 Dec 1892
> (house #100), Godparents - Johann Kungel and Katharina Germann, d. 8 Dec
> 1892 (noted on bapt. record) 6. Lajos - b. 2 May 1897 (house #108),
> Godparents - Lajos Remillong and Susanna Remillong. 7. Peter - b. 25 Jul
> 1901 (bapt. 28 Jul) (house #178), Godparents - Peter Mayer and Elisabeth
> Kleker There is a gap in the baptism records from May 1894 - Oct 1895 and I
> would assume that their son, Johann, was born during this time. But I think
> he was born 16 Oct 1895, according to his WWI Draft application. I didn't
> see any other burial records for their children in the records from
> 1895-1910, except for Lorenz in 1896. The marriages records for Ernsthausen
> for the time period that Johann and Magdalena would have been married
> (probably around 1880-1884) are in the archives in Novi Sad, but have not
> been copied. Their parents names would be listed on that record, but you'd
> probably have to hire someone to get it that way. However, if you assume
> that they were married between 1880 - 1884 (based on their earliest child),
> it would appear that Johann was probably born in the 1850's or 1860's. In
> looking through the Ernsthausen baptism records from 1850 - 1867, there are
> only two Johann Remillongs born during this time period. However, one of
> these Johann's died when he was less than a year old. The only other Johann
> born in Ernsthausen between these dates is: Johann Remillong, son of
> Wilhelm Remillong and Barbara Kruts, b. 3 Aug 1858 (house 88), bapt 3 Aug
> 1858, godparents - Johann Kungel and Christina Reiter. (Wilhelm and Barbara
> were married 8 Nov 1852 in Ernsthausen, no parents listed on the marriage
> record) It looks like they are listed in the 1920 census in MI and John is
> listed as being born in 1860, so I would guess that the above Johann is the
> same one. Perhaps you could get his death certificate, which might have his
> parents names listed on it? If I can help with anything, just let me know.
> Amy  


Remil/Krutz looking for my source

Chris
 

Many years ago i had made a post on the list and got the information below from Amy Nichols.
I would like to know where the actual information came from? Where were these records from. I read through the old list, but I am not seeing a source.

Thanks
Christine


Wilhelm Remillong and Barbara Krutz were married 8 Nov 1852 in > Ernsthausen > There Children: > 1. Josef, b. 18 Sept 1854, #88; d. 18 Sept 1854 - case of death: debilitas > vita (weakness) > 2. Lorenz, b. 10 Sept. 1855, #88 > 3. Josef, b. 22 Aug 1860, (no house #) > 4. Peter, b. 11 Sept 1862, (no house #) > 5. Ludwig, b.19 Aug 1863 > 6.Anna, b. 15 Sept 1866 (bapt. on 16th), (no house #); d. 19 Sept 1867; > cause of death: Febris (fever) > 7.Johann Remillong b.3 Aug 1858 ( This is my branch to USA)


Remilong Ernsthausen to USA

Chris
 

Hello,
Thought id see check back here. Is anyone researching Remilong. Heres what i posted and got a response for in 2011. I had a paper at the time that my great grandfather wrote that only him and his 2 siblings where alive all the rest of his siblings died of Cholera. 
 
 My post in 2011
> Looking for the family in Ernsthausen of the following Johann Remilong and
> Magdalina German Children Johann born abt 1895 Louis born 02 May 1897 Peter
> born 06 June 1901 *Peter is the last of ten all the rest died of Cholera*
> ______________________________________________
> Amy's prompt reply in 2011
> Hi Christine, These are the children I find for Johann Remillong and
> Magdalena Germann: 1. Johann - b. 14 Feb 1885 (house #34), Godparents -
> Johann Heck and Maria Remillong, d. 4 Mar 1885 (noted on bapt record).
> There are three lines drawn through Johann's (the father) name and I'm not
> sure what that means. There is a note on the record that says something
> like - teves bemondas kovetkez seben hebs san iro aost be. 2. Lorenz - b. 2
> Jun 1886 (House #2), d. 12 Apr 1896 of Agyzyulladas (?). Buried 13 Apr. 3.
> Susanna - b. 15 Mar 1889 (house #125), Godparents - Wilhelm Prunkl and
> Susanna Remillong, d. 15 Mar 1889 (noted on the bapt. record) 4. Peter - b.
> 27 May 1890 (house #62), Godparents - Peter Hoffmann (Barber) and Katharina
> Schmidt, d. 6 Jun 1893 (noted on bapt. record) 5. Katharina - 6 Dec 1892
> (house #100), Godparents - Johann Kungel and Katharina Germann, d. 8 Dec
> 1892 (noted on bapt. record) 6. Lajos - b. 2 May 1897 (house #108),
> Godparents - Lajos Remillong and Susanna Remillong. 7. Peter - b. 25 Jul
> 1901 (bapt. 28 Jul) (house #178), Godparents - Peter Mayer and Elisabeth
> Kleker There is a gap in the baptism records from May 1894 - Oct 1895 and I
> would assume that their son, Johann, was born during this time. But I think
> he was born 16 Oct 1895, according to his WWI Draft application. I didn't
> see any other burial records for their children in the records from
> 1895-1910, except for Lorenz in 1896. The marriages records for Ernsthausen
> for the time period that Johann and Magdalena would have been married
> (probably around 1880-1884) are in the archives in Novi Sad, but have not
> been copied. Their parents names would be listed on that record, but you'd
> probably have to hire someone to get it that way. However, if you assume
> that they were married between 1880 - 1884 (based on their earliest child),
> it would appear that Johann was probably born in the 1850's or 1860's. In
> looking through the Ernsthausen baptism records from 1850 - 1867, there are
> only two Johann Remillongs born during this time period. However, one of
> these Johann's died when he was less than a year old. The only other Johann
> born in Ernsthausen between these dates is: Johann Remillong, son of
> Wilhelm Remillong and Barbara Kruts, b. 3 Aug 1858 (house 88), bapt 3 Aug
> 1858, godparents - Johann Kungel and Christina Reiter. (Wilhelm and Barbara
> were married 8 Nov 1852 in Ernsthausen, no parents listed on the marriage
> record) It looks like they are listed in the 1920 census in MI and John is
> listed as being born in 1860, so I would guess that the above Johann is the
> same one. Perhaps you could get his death certificate, which might have his
> parents names listed on it? If I can help with anything, just let me know.
> Amy  


Re: Gross Komlosch

 

Here is the info for Anna Lahm from Nakodorf:

Familie 3569
LAM Franz rk
* er.1778 † 06.02.1835 Nakodorf
SV: Lamm, Láám, Lahm;
2.oo 06.05.1813 Nakodorf Tz : Wachtler Josef, Heinrich Nikolaus;
HÖNIG Barbara rk < 2330.3 3.oo 1431 1.oo 3034
* 11.12.1790 Bogarosch † 12.08.1861 Nakodorf
Eltern: Hönig Johann , Messmann Anna Maria
SV: Hönich; /TM/Bg 54; /SM/Nk 259;

1. Elisabeth * 28.01.1815 Nakodorf
oo 25.01.1835 Nakodorf, Thutt Johann > 5951
2. Anna * 08.01.1817 Nakodorf
oo er.1838, Schinkai Johann > 5193
3. Margarethe * 31.10.1819 Nakodorf
oo 23.02.1841 Nakodorf, Petz Johann > 4687

Tp 1. Heinrich Nikolaus, Jäger Elisabeth; 2. Jäger Michael, Fridmanski Anna; 3. Heinrich Nikolaus, Messmann Margarethe; 

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-----Original Message-----
From: elaine ess <lanieess@...>
To: everybody@banat.groups.io
Sent: Wed, Mar 2, 2022 11:56 am
Subject: Re: [banat] Gross Komlosch


Hello group and Andy,

I am assuming there is no further information on the parents:    Schinkai Johann und Bartak Anna

Thank you again,
Elaine

On Wed, Mar 2, 2022 at 2:51 PM elaine ess <lanieess@...> wrote:
Hello group,
Thank you everyone for the information on Schinkai.  My tree is growing.....
Elaine

On Wed, Mar 2, 2022 at 1:13 PM Andrew Lengenfelder via groups.io <andyl1937=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
Hi Elaine, sorry about that. I'll list the book results below.

2826    SCHINKAI, Johann, Wagner           SV: Sinkai, Sinkay
            * 09.03.1814 Grosskomlosch         +12.08.1866 Nakodorf
           00 05.02.1839  Grosskomlosch      TZ: Bekovits, Franz, Reinhold, Mathias
             LAHM Anna                                    Eltern: Lahm, Franz und Honug Barbara, SV Laam, Lahm, Lamm
             * 08.01.1817  Nakodorf                  + 16.01.1897   Nakodorf
             P; Jager Michael, Fridmansk Anna

Because I send you a private message, the rest of the group didn't know I responded, so looks like you have a lot of information.
If you need any thing else, please msg me. AndyL


Re: Gross Komlosch

elaine ess
 


Hello group and Andy,

I am assuming there is no further information on the parents:    Schinkai Johann und Bartak Anna

Thank you again,
Elaine

On Wed, Mar 2, 2022 at 2:51 PM elaine ess <lanieess@...> wrote:
Hello group,
Thank you everyone for the information on Schinkai.  My tree is growing.....
Elaine

On Wed, Mar 2, 2022 at 1:13 PM Andrew Lengenfelder via groups.io <andyl1937=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
Hi Elaine, sorry about that. I'll list the book results below.

2826    SCHINKAI, Johann, Wagner           SV: Sinkai, Sinkay
            * 09.03.1814 Grosskomlosch         +12.08.1866 Nakodorf
           00 05.02.1839  Grosskomlosch      TZ: Bekovits, Franz, Reinhold, Mathias
             LAHM Anna                                    Eltern: Lahm, Franz und Honug Barbara, SV Laam, Lahm, Lamm
             * 08.01.1817  Nakodorf                  + 16.01.1897   Nakodorf
             P; Jager Michael, Fridmansk Anna

Because I send you a private message, the rest of the group didn't know I responded, so looks like you have a lot of information.
If you need any thing else, please msg me. AndyL


Re: Gross Komlosch

elaine ess
 

Hello group,
Thank you everyone for the information on Schinkai.  My tree is growing.....
Elaine

On Wed, Mar 2, 2022 at 1:13 PM Andrew Lengenfelder via groups.io <andyl1937=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
Hi Elaine, sorry about that. I'll list the book results below.

2826    SCHINKAI, Johann, Wagner           SV: Sinkai, Sinkay
            * 09.03.1814 Grosskomlosch         +12.08.1866 Nakodorf
           00 05.02.1839  Grosskomlosch      TZ: Bekovits, Franz, Reinhold, Mathias
             LAHM Anna                                    Eltern: Lahm, Franz und Honug Barbara, SV Laam, Lahm, Lamm
             * 08.01.1817  Nakodorf                  + 16.01.1897   Nakodorf
             P; Jager Michael, Fridmansk Anna

Because I send you a private message, the rest of the group didn't know I responded, so looks like you have a lot of information.
If you need any thing else, please msg me. AndyL

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