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German-Bohemians

karla_n_spike (View posts)
Posted: 30 Sep 2000 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 26 Nov 2006 7:47AM GMT
Surnames: Wolf, Friedberger, Marek, Rabas
Ignatz Wolf (my great-grandfather) b. 10 Aug 1864 came from the southwestern part of Bohemia on April 9, 1891 with Maria Friedberger to Oshkosh, Wisconsin,USA. She and her family were from a small village called Gansauerhaid which was near Oldermaldau, Mehrgarten and Winterberg (Vimperk). They were married in Oshkosh in May of 1891. He had two sisters Berta and Pauline who also came to Oshkosh. His obituary (d. 9 Jun 1920) stated that he had three sisters residing in Germany'. His father's name was Martin Wolf and his mother's name was Pauline nee Steckbauer (or Stoegbauer?). I am assuming that he was from a nearby village, but need to know his place of birth. By family tradition, one of his parents had died and the other had remarried - again I assume that the above names are his biological parents' names, and not a step-parent. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

Re: German-Bohemians

Maresli (View posts)
Posted: 21 Aug 2002 8:53AM GMT
Classification: Query
Hi, I have just read your message about Wolf etc... from Mehrgarten. I have Stefan and Mathias Wolf from Mehrgarten in my ancestry, but sadly no Ignatz or Martin.
Also, I have Pauline Stegbauer (born 1870) who married Johann Saiko from Seehaid and they emigrated to MN in or about 1888.
Any help? I am happy to share info. Let me know,
Maresli.

Re: German-Bohemians

Karla (View posts)
Posted: 21 Aug 2002 3:41PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Wolf, Friedberger, Korsch, Selwitschka, Heidl
Hi Maresli,
Since I posted that message, a relative that lives in German and visits Bohemia twice a year or so, went to the Trebon Archives with a Czech friend. Armed with information as to the birthplace of Ignatz Wolf that I found on a birth certificate of one of his son's born in Oshkosh, WI, they were able to trace the family back the early 1800's.

Ignatz Wolf b. 1864 (my ggrandfather) was the son of Martin Wolf (farmer in Mehregarten Nr 3) and Paulina Stogbauer (two dots over the o)daughter of Ignatz Stogbauer (farmer in Schwarzhaid Nr.2) and Mariana (born Jungwirth in Schindlau).

Martin Wolf b. 1825 was the son of Ignacz Wolf (small farmer in Mehregarten) and Anna Maria (daughter of Anton Zach (small farmer in Kubohutten Nr. 4) and Marie (born Kurz in Kubohutten Nr. 1.) Witness Josef Stegbauer (small farmer in Neugabau Nr. 7.) (Zach's married into the Friedberger family also - so I would be related to them through both lines)

Paulina Stegbauer Wolf b 1832 was the daughter of Ignatz Stegbauer (small farmer in Schwarzhaid Nr. 2 * ) and Maria Anna (born Jungwirth ** )

* [Ignatz was the son of Mathias Stegbauer (auszugler in Schwarzhaid Nr. 2.) and Theresia (born Kuplent of Kaltenbach)]

** [Maria Anna was the daughter of Andreas Jungwirth (small farmer in Schindlau Nr. 6) and Barbora (born Paulik in Mittenberg Nr. 5.)]

I have a family history from the Friedberger family (Maria married my ggrandfather Ignatz Wolf) nad it has excerpts from other books. It lists Gansauerhaid (wher Maria was born) with 6 houses and 37 residents. Mehregarten with 18 houses and 126 residents and Seehaid with 20 houses and 164 residents in 1910.

There is also a map that seems to be from about the time period - listing 19 houses in Mehregarten - resident in House #14 is listed as Karl Wolf and the resident in 18 is listed as Alois Wolf. Sadly there is no map for Seehaid. But in Gansauerhaid had ran right up to Mehrgarten has a Alexander Saiko as resident of Nr. 8. From what I can read of it (it is in German and I only 'hunt and peck' German) the children from Gansauerhaid, Mehregarten, Ferchenhaid, Seehaid nad Schwarzhaid attended a school located between mehregarten and Ferchenhaid. I believe I have a recent photograph of the school.

See if you find a match in any of this.

Karla

Re: German-Bohemians

Kathy Wilson (View posts)
Posted: 30 Sep 2002 1:24AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: WOLF SCHAEFER KNAPP KANIUK
I have Wolf (e)'s and Kanuik's in my family. My grandfather is Peter Wolf b. Jan 14, 1906 Austria and m. Minadora Kanuik September 11, 1911. (daughter of Andrew Kanuik) ( parents Mackii(Matthew) Kanuik and Minadora?? and Barbara Chrychenski (parents Andrew Chrychenski and Elena(Helen) his parents are Joseph Wolf and Donmica Kanuik (also from Austria). Joseph's father was Anthony Wolf and mother Annie ??
Peter has many brothers and sisters Metro, Trifon. Vladamir, John, Marie, Katherine, Vera, Sandra, Barbara, Emeli and Unika. My grandfather was a soldier in WW2. They moved to Canada around 1949.He passed away in 1986. Minadora is still living.
On the Knapp side my grandmother is Corrine Anne b. August 1, 1909 Belle River Ontario, Canada m. Lester Francis Schaefer b.August 23, 1906 they had 8 children. both deceased now. She was daughter of Alfred Joseph Knapp b. mar 14, 1864 ( his parents were Joseph Fredrick Knapp b. Mar 28 1824 and Lucie Dupuis January 18, 1825) and Josephine Droulliard b. 1870 ( her parents were Honore Droulliard and Marcelline Pare) Lester and Ckorrine had several children 7 children, Alfred and Josephine had 13 children had several children. you have any information that may help or any of these names sound familiar please e-mail me at kwilson11@cogeco.ca


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gloriamendes (View posts)
Posted: 8 Feb 2004 6:58AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Friedberger
I'm looking for my ancestors history. My grandpa was Gottfried Friedberger, born in Oct., 15th, 1860. He was son of Martin Friedberger and Thereza Keller Friedberger. He was married with Charlotte Birnbaun Friedberger and they had a son: Antonio Friedberger, who was born in Brazil in 1908. If any of these names are familiar to you, please, e-mail me. Thanks.

Re: Friedberger

Karla (View posts)
Posted: 8 Feb 2004 9:57AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Friedberger, Wolf, Haselberger, Stegbauer
Hi Gloria,
The generation that would have possibly had children during that time period does not show any of thse names. I know that their were other Friedbergers' in the area of Vimperk as there are unrelated men listed on their war memorial there.

Sorry and good luck

Re: German-Bohemians

brk574 (View posts)
Posted: 13 Feb 2013 8:17PM GMT
Classification: Query
I'm looking for information on the residence of Vimperk and Raci (Winterberg and Mitterberg) Any info you can share would be wonderfull

Thank You,
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