Reitzer family Temeswar/Temeschburg maybe Sackelhausen and Grieser/Griezer/Grieszer family Gross Kikinda


 

Dear all,
my name is Lukas Reitzer from Austria and I am looking for the missing family members before Frantz Reitzer, born in Temeswar zu Rokas/Rekas (anyone an idea if that is a part of Temeswar?) on 4.July 1862, died 23.January 1935 in Tuzla Bosnia. Married to Theresia Griezer/Grieszer, born either in Temeswar or like family from Gross Kikinda, born 24.July 1866, died June 1947 in Tuzla Bosnia.
Sisters/Brothers: Josef Reitzer 1864; Karl 1866; Andreas 1870; Ana 1872 all Temeswar.
Children: Johann Reitzer (My grandgrandfather) 27. Dec 1890 in Temeswar, moved to Tuzla around 1895.  See picture of familybook.
Sisters/Brothers: Stefan 1893; Paulina 1895; Margaretha 1987; Ana 1898; Theresia 1901; Ignatz 1903 (found in Bavaria); Frantz 1904; Georg 1906.
My grandgrandfather (was) moved with 2 of his 10 children in 1942 to Tuschin Aussiedlerlager and later to Zamosc in Poland, but they had to flee to Austria then around 1944. His younger brother Ignatz got from Tuschin to Germany and could be located by me in Bavaria. All the rest is unaccounted for.
I found an Adam Reitzer in Sackelhausen 1788-1850, very close to Temeswar. Could there be any link of an relation as the surname Reitzer is not that common?
Any help and suggestions are warmly welcomed!


Dave Dreyer
 

Lukas,

Rekasch is a rather large town about 20 Km East of Temeswar.
According to the Rekasch family book

Reitzer Josef, son of Josef Reitzer and Anna Gross
*19 Mar 1841 Rekasch            +5 Jun 1886 Rekasch
1oo 29 Oct 1861 Rekasch
Rumes Katharina. 
*16 Jan 1840 Rekasch                +27 Mar 1875 Rekasch
1 Franz                 *5 Jul 1862  1oo Margarete Funk, 2oo Josefa Schuetz
2 Josef                  *30 May 1864
3 Karl                            *1 Nov 1866
4 Johann                      *22 Dec 1868                    +19 Dec 1869
5 Andreas                           *28 Aug 1870 
6 Susanna                        *18 Oct 1872                +1 Aug 1873
7 Anna                             *22 Jun 1874 
2oo 30 May 1875 Rekasch
Stricker Agnes wid of Johann Treuer

All events Rekasch

You can track this family back for four more generations in the Rekasch family book      

Dave Dreyer     

On Thursday, April 15, 2021, 04:32:18 AM PDT, I. Reitzer Lukas <l.reitzer@...> wrote:


Dear all,
my name is Lukas Reitzer from Austria and I am looking for the missing family members before Frantz Reitzer, born in Temeswar zu Rokas/Rekas (anyone an idea if that is a part of Temeswar?) on 4.July 1862, died 23.January 1935 in Tuzla Bosnia. Married to Theresia Griezer/Grieszer, born either in Temeswar or like family from Gross Kikinda, born 24.July 1866, died June 1947 in Tuzla Bosnia.
Sisters/Brothers: Josef Reitzer 1864; Karl 1866; Andreas 1870; Ana 1872 all Temeswar.
Children: Johann Reitzer (My grandgrandfather) 27. Dec 1890 in Temeswar, moved to Tuzla around 1895.  See picture of familybook.
Sisters/Brothers: Stefan 1893; Paulina 1895; Margaretha 1987; Ana 1898; Theresia 1901; Ignatz 1903 (found in Bavaria); Frantz 1904; Georg 1906.
My grandgrandfather (was) moved with 2 of his 10 children in 1942 to Tuschin Aussiedlerlager and later to Zamosc in Poland, but they had to flee to Austria then around 1944. His younger brother Ignatz got from Tuschin to Germany and could be located by me in Bavaria. All the rest is unaccounted for.
I found an Adam Reitzer in Sackelhausen 1788-1850, very close to Temeswar. Could there be any link of an relation as the surname Reitzer is not that common?
Any help and suggestions are warmly welcomed!


 

Dear Dave,

thanks  a lot for your help. I just have trouble with the fact that the booklet from my grandgrandfather states Frantz Reitzer as father (Vater), Therezia Griezer as mother (Mutter) and Ana Griezer (born Grosz) as grandmother. As Anna Gross was born 28. Sep. of 1836 and Josef Reitzer 19.March 1841 they could be together?? But Anna Gross can not be the mother of Josef Reitzer (born 1841, when my Ana Grosz was born 1836?
But I have made contact with the people of Rekasch website to order the family book and also asked them.
Best regarsd,
Lukas