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The assignment of companies in 1773 are given in the table pasted below.
Thus, Wildberg was the Hauptman of the company stationed in D Pantschowa. One would have to check the Standestabellen for other years. These records are available at Familysearch.
1773 Muster lists of Deutsch Banater companies
But so far as I am aware Wildberg would have been the Hauptman of D Pantschowa Company for the entire period 1779-1788. Aside from what is in the Pantschowa family book by the Adelhardts I have no further information on your Grossneks.
As you probably know, there is a further Grosnek family in Kubin which appears to be unrelated to your family. This other Grosnek family arrived in 1766 and was from Zirovince/Slowenien. I can send further details on this Kubin family if you are interested.
On Monday, February 1, 2021, 09:09:21 AM PST, Lajos Balogh <lajos.77.balogh@...> wrote:
Dear Mr. Dreyer!
First of all, I apologize for my poor English.
I read your ebook, Banat Family History Series Volume VII, BANATERS IN THE XII DEUTSCH BANATERGRENZ REGIMENT RECORDS
I would like to ask you for help with my research! One of my ancestors was a soldier in the 18th century, 12. Deutch-Banater Grenz regiment. His name was Josephus Grosnek!
He married in Pantschowa in 17.11.1777. At this time he served in company of Jodocus Freiherr v. Flödnick . Four children was born in Pantschowa.
1778.08.31. Joannes Gasparius (limtroph. in company L.B .de Flödnick)
1779.12.13. Josephus (é reg. colonist company D.Capt.de Wildberg)
1788.03.07. Casparius (colonist)
1790.02.16. Matthias † 1792.03.22 (é colonist)
In 1790 Joseph's wife died, his status was Colonist.. In 1792 Joseph remarried, his status was viduum Lanionerm ???, maybe widower butcher?
In 1792 he was no longer a soldier?
Would I ask for help - if you can - where he could serve under de Wildberg (1779-1788)?
I couldn't find any more posts in Pantschowa!
Thank you for your answer in advance!