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Searching: Lindenfeld #general

Luc Teerlinck <luc.teerlinck@...>
 

Hello,
I am looking for my grand-father for now a few month ago.
You will find herewith some details about him:
Name: Chaim Joseph LINDENFELD
Date of birth: 6 july 1916
Place of birth: Warzaw in Poland
Name of his father: Abram Lindenfeld
Name of his mother: Chiffra WARTMAN

He arrived in Belgium in 1946 (>from Buchenwald) and was expulsed from
Belgium in june or july 1949. Then he arrived in Israel in approximetly
august 1949 and left Israel in 1972.
I know also that he married in Israel a lady called Masha.
He had some siblings:
sister Zelenka (Zelionka) Esther,1910
sister Leah Miller,1913
brother Felix-Feivel Lindenfeld1903, who might have lived in France
and maybe another one named Dvora.

I really hope that somebody could help me, it is so important for me and
my family.

Best regards,
Luc Teerlinck
Grez-Doiceau
Belgium


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Searching: Lindenfeld #general

Luc Teerlinck <luc.teerlinck@...>
 

Hello,
I am looking for my grand-father for now a few month ago.
You will find herewith some details about him:
Name: Chaim Joseph LINDENFELD
Date of birth: 6 july 1916
Place of birth: Warzaw in Poland
Name of his father: Abram Lindenfeld
Name of his mother: Chiffra WARTMAN

He arrived in Belgium in 1946 (>from Buchenwald) and was expulsed from
Belgium in june or july 1949. Then he arrived in Israel in approximetly
august 1949 and left Israel in 1972.
I know also that he married in Israel a lady called Masha.
He had some siblings:
sister Zelenka (Zelionka) Esther,1910
sister Leah Miller,1913
brother Felix-Feivel Lindenfeld1903, who might have lived in France
and maybe another one named Dvora.

I really hope that somebody could help me, it is so important for me and
my family.

Best regards,
Luc Teerlinck
Grez-Doiceau
Belgium


BELAIEF in Brooklyn, NY naturalization/ original name? #general

JGyori@...
 

Dear Genners,
I am doing research for my childhood friend and I need some suggestions. I
am trying to discover the original name and town for the BELAIEF family that
lived in Brooklyn, NY >from roughly 1888. They were soda water manufacturers
(the seltzer man!)

What I know:
I have found the family in the all the censuses available. In 1900, the name
was recorded as "BILEJEFF." In 1910, it is recorded as Belaief. In 1920,
BALAND, and in 1930, it is Belaief again.

Morris was born in Russia in roughly 1860. So he was about 28 when he arrived.
He married Naomi KITAJ / KITAM. I found her passenger arrival as Naumi Kitam
on 8 Dec 1890. She was 19 years old and single. She was >from Babrusk, Poland.

They had their first child, Abraham, born on 9 November 1891, so they lost
no time in child-bearing. My guess is that they married in late December 1890
or January/February 1891.
I have found the birth certificates for their first three children -- all
are under the name BELAJEW.

I cannot seem to find a marriage certificate during that time period. I have
been going through the Brooklyn marriage records and I have noticed that the
dates are definitely *not* in order of certificate numbers. People seem to
have gotten married much earlier and at some later date went and recorded the
marriage. (Also, not many Jewish "sounding" names. And the Italians all
recorded in large clumps!) I'll try the index next, but since I don't really know
the groom's last name that's going to be a bit harder. Of course, it is
possible that they were already married in Russia and she just listed herself as
single on the manifest and traveled under her maiden name.

Questions:
Could they have had an arranged marriage? Because of how quickly they
married and had children, that would be my guess. So would that mean that Morris is
likely >from the same town?

What is anyone's best suggestion of what Morris' original name was?

I can't seem to find a record of Morris' naturalization, as that might help
with the originnal name and/or town. By the 1910 Census, he lists that he is
naturalized.
Any ideas on what court?
I will be in New York City next week and was planning on going to the City
Archives and the National Archives office. Any suggestions for plans of attack
from those of you familiar with those offices?
Thanks for all your suggestions and help,
Please respond to jgyori@aol.com
Regards,
Judi Gyori Missel
Mesa, Arizona

My family - Searching: WEBERMAN, KLEIN, SCHWARCZ, DEUTS/DEUTCH, BRAUN,
SCHONSTEIN, ROZENBAUM, ZIMERMAN all >from the small towns around Eger - Maklar,
Kerescsend, Mezokeresztes, Dormand, Abuajszanto, Szina.
SPITZER, SCHWED, GRUNBERGER, GYARFAS >from Satorajauljhely and Budapest
HIRSCHFELD, GYORI, SINGER >from Gyor, Bratislavia


Anyone with Knowledge of Both Hebrew and Aramaic? #general

ron arons
 

I need help in translating a short (1 1/2 page) article. It's in both Hebrew and Aramaic, so I'm told.

Please respond to me privately.

Thanks.

Ron Arons
Oakland, CA


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen BELAIEF in Brooklyn, NY naturalization/ original name? #general

JGyori@...
 

Dear Genners,
I am doing research for my childhood friend and I need some suggestions. I
am trying to discover the original name and town for the BELAIEF family that
lived in Brooklyn, NY >from roughly 1888. They were soda water manufacturers
(the seltzer man!)

What I know:
I have found the family in the all the censuses available. In 1900, the name
was recorded as "BILEJEFF." In 1910, it is recorded as Belaief. In 1920,
BALAND, and in 1930, it is Belaief again.

Morris was born in Russia in roughly 1860. So he was about 28 when he arrived.
He married Naomi KITAJ / KITAM. I found her passenger arrival as Naumi Kitam
on 8 Dec 1890. She was 19 years old and single. She was >from Babrusk, Poland.

They had their first child, Abraham, born on 9 November 1891, so they lost
no time in child-bearing. My guess is that they married in late December 1890
or January/February 1891.
I have found the birth certificates for their first three children -- all
are under the name BELAJEW.

I cannot seem to find a marriage certificate during that time period. I have
been going through the Brooklyn marriage records and I have noticed that the
dates are definitely *not* in order of certificate numbers. People seem to
have gotten married much earlier and at some later date went and recorded the
marriage. (Also, not many Jewish "sounding" names. And the Italians all
recorded in large clumps!) I'll try the index next, but since I don't really know
the groom's last name that's going to be a bit harder. Of course, it is
possible that they were already married in Russia and she just listed herself as
single on the manifest and traveled under her maiden name.

Questions:
Could they have had an arranged marriage? Because of how quickly they
married and had children, that would be my guess. So would that mean that Morris is
likely >from the same town?

What is anyone's best suggestion of what Morris' original name was?

I can't seem to find a record of Morris' naturalization, as that might help
with the originnal name and/or town. By the 1910 Census, he lists that he is
naturalized.
Any ideas on what court?
I will be in New York City next week and was planning on going to the City
Archives and the National Archives office. Any suggestions for plans of attack
from those of you familiar with those offices?
Thanks for all your suggestions and help,
Please respond to jgyori@aol.com
Regards,
Judi Gyori Missel
Mesa, Arizona

My family - Searching: WEBERMAN, KLEIN, SCHWARCZ, DEUTS/DEUTCH, BRAUN,
SCHONSTEIN, ROZENBAUM, ZIMERMAN all >from the small towns around Eger - Maklar,
Kerescsend, Mezokeresztes, Dormand, Abuajszanto, Szina.
SPITZER, SCHWED, GRUNBERGER, GYARFAS >from Satorajauljhely and Budapest
HIRSCHFELD, GYORI, SINGER >from Gyor, Bratislavia


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Anyone with Knowledge of Both Hebrew and Aramaic? #general

ron arons
 

I need help in translating a short (1 1/2 page) article. It's in both Hebrew and Aramaic, so I'm told.

Please respond to me privately.

Thanks.

Ron Arons
Oakland, CA


Programs at Queens Library, NYC #general

Anita <anitac47@...>
 

To All:
I am just posting a program that might be of interest to some of the
members. I know nothing more about it then the flyers I receive. If you
would like information you can go to the library's website
http://www.queenslibrary.org It is being held in the Flushing library at
the confluence of Kissena Blvd. and Main St.

Sunday, May 21, 2:PM:
Jews in Shanghai
Presenter: Ralph Hirsch, Director, Council on the Jewish Exile in Shanghai
In this lecutre, Mr. Hirsch will discuss the lesser known part of this
Jewish experience.

Regards,
Anita Citron
Hicksville, NY
Searching: NADWORNY Odessa, everywhere and anywhere
CITRON, Terebesti and Sicul Mare, Romania


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Programs at Queens Library, NYC #general

Anita <anitac47@...>
 

To All:
I am just posting a program that might be of interest to some of the
members. I know nothing more about it then the flyers I receive. If you
would like information you can go to the library's website
http://www.queenslibrary.org It is being held in the Flushing library at
the confluence of Kissena Blvd. and Main St.

Sunday, May 21, 2:PM:
Jews in Shanghai
Presenter: Ralph Hirsch, Director, Council on the Jewish Exile in Shanghai
In this lecutre, Mr. Hirsch will discuss the lesser known part of this
Jewish experience.

Regards,
Anita Citron
Hicksville, NY
Searching: NADWORNY Odessa, everywhere and anywhere
CITRON, Terebesti and Sicul Mare, Romania


Sheifelmann #general

Stephen A. Cohen
 

Does anyone know what the German word Sheifelmann means? If it is not
a word, could it be a first name or surname?

Happy Passover to all,

Steve

PS: I am researching the following families:

Germany: BAUM in Bosen; EISENKRAMER, MARX & LEFEVRE, LEFEBVRE,
LEFEBRE in Rhineland Palatine//GROSS in Mainz//Belarus: BASIST,
BASHIST in Lida Dist; COHEN formerly SHEINHOUS, SHINHAUS,
SHEINHOUSE,SHEINHAUS, SCHEINHAUS,SHEINHUEZ,SCHEINGAUZ,
SHEINHAUZ in Radoshkovichi, Molodechno in the Vilieka Dist//Galicia:
BIRNBAUM,GOLDBERG,LEINKRAM in Krakow;

Searching list truncated at the allowed six lines -- Mod.


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Sheifelmann #general

Stephen A. Cohen
 

Does anyone know what the German word Sheifelmann means? If it is not
a word, could it be a first name or surname?

Happy Passover to all,

Steve

PS: I am researching the following families:

Germany: BAUM in Bosen; EISENKRAMER, MARX & LEFEVRE, LEFEBVRE,
LEFEBRE in Rhineland Palatine//GROSS in Mainz//Belarus: BASIST,
BASHIST in Lida Dist; COHEN formerly SHEINHOUS, SHINHAUS,
SHEINHOUSE,SHEINHAUS, SCHEINHAUS,SHEINHUEZ,SCHEINGAUZ,
SHEINHAUZ in Radoshkovichi, Molodechno in the Vilieka Dist//Galicia:
BIRNBAUM,GOLDBERG,LEINKRAM in Krakow;

Searching list truncated at the allowed six lines -- Mod.


Re: Stephen Morse's One-Step is Non-Stop #general

Yehudh bn Shlmo
 

In answer to the posting below. I looked at the
manifest, and I can see where someone might confuse
the name on the manifest with sinabab. Maybe it only
looks that way for old people with trifocals, but
people make mistakes and after staring at badly
written names by people for hours, who only try to
match what the people said in their native tongue with
English, it could end up as a best guess.

What I want to say is that I have used commercial
sites available at my local library and at the NARA
for Census reports for a long time. I found that they
are as accurate on indexing as Steve Morse's Site
which is free of charge. And the Census reports were
written by Americans. Also Steve Morse is not just a
name on the site. I contacted the site three times in
the past year when I could not locate who I was
looking for. Twice I was contacted by Steve himself
and helped with the problem. What more can I say.

Sincerely,
Yehudah ben Shlomo
U.S.A.

*** budblaher wrote:

I read all the hurrahs about Stephen Morse's website.
I first tried the EIDB. I input my cousin's name,
Michal" and surname. Result: no such name on the
list. I tried the Morse one-step with the same
results. I then insert only the last name, "Luft", in
the EIDB. Up came over 200 names. One of the names
intrigued me, "Sinabab", because it had the right
shtetl, Janowa, and age 2. I then searched for the
manifest. Lo and behold, the manifest showed this 2
year old with his mother Freda, brother Harry, and
uncle Mendel, all of whom I am quite familiar with.
Looking at the handwriting, it certainly was spelled
"Michal". My question is how did the EIDB come up
with Sinabab. And how did the meticulous Morse crew
manage to overlook this one?


Interpreting US Navy service record #general

Mimi Katz <GeveretKatz@...>
 

Do we have a US Navy person in our group who might be able to interpret what
the following service record means? I would like to know what "Landsman for
Machinist's Mate (Aviation)" means, and also "Lack of funds". Whose? His
or the Navy's? This record is an extract >from "Ohio Military Men,
1917-1918". How can I get the actual military record >from the Navy? What
family information might be contained in it?

Enlistment Division: United States Navy Reserve Forces

Naval Training Station Great Lakes Ill: 7 June 1918 to 11 Nov 1918.
Landsman for Machinist's Mate (Aviation) 158 days.
Released 20 Dec 1918.
Honorable discharge 30 Sept 1921. Lack of funds.
Naval Training Station Great Lakes Ill.
Landsman for Machinist's Mate (Aviation)
Called to active duty 7 June 1918.

Please reply privately.
Mimi Katz, Chicago


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Re: Stephen Morse's One-Step is Non-Stop #general

Yehudh bn Shlmo
 

In answer to the posting below. I looked at the
manifest, and I can see where someone might confuse
the name on the manifest with sinabab. Maybe it only
looks that way for old people with trifocals, but
people make mistakes and after staring at badly
written names by people for hours, who only try to
match what the people said in their native tongue with
English, it could end up as a best guess.

What I want to say is that I have used commercial
sites available at my local library and at the NARA
for Census reports for a long time. I found that they
are as accurate on indexing as Steve Morse's Site
which is free of charge. And the Census reports were
written by Americans. Also Steve Morse is not just a
name on the site. I contacted the site three times in
the past year when I could not locate who I was
looking for. Twice I was contacted by Steve himself
and helped with the problem. What more can I say.

Sincerely,
Yehudah ben Shlomo
U.S.A.

*** budblaher wrote:

I read all the hurrahs about Stephen Morse's website.
I first tried the EIDB. I input my cousin's name,
Michal" and surname. Result: no such name on the
list. I tried the Morse one-step with the same
results. I then insert only the last name, "Luft", in
the EIDB. Up came over 200 names. One of the names
intrigued me, "Sinabab", because it had the right
shtetl, Janowa, and age 2. I then searched for the
manifest. Lo and behold, the manifest showed this 2
year old with his mother Freda, brother Harry, and
uncle Mendel, all of whom I am quite familiar with.
Looking at the handwriting, it certainly was spelled
"Michal". My question is how did the EIDB come up
with Sinabab. And how did the meticulous Morse crew
manage to overlook this one?


JewishGen Discussion Group #JewishGen Interpreting US Navy service record #general

Mimi Katz <GeveretKatz@...>
 

Do we have a US Navy person in our group who might be able to interpret what
the following service record means? I would like to know what "Landsman for
Machinist's Mate (Aviation)" means, and also "Lack of funds". Whose? His
or the Navy's? This record is an extract >from "Ohio Military Men,
1917-1918". How can I get the actual military record >from the Navy? What
family information might be contained in it?

Enlistment Division: United States Navy Reserve Forces

Naval Training Station Great Lakes Ill: 7 June 1918 to 11 Nov 1918.
Landsman for Machinist's Mate (Aviation) 158 days.
Released 20 Dec 1918.
Honorable discharge 30 Sept 1921. Lack of funds.
Naval Training Station Great Lakes Ill.
Landsman for Machinist's Mate (Aviation)
Called to active duty 7 June 1918.

Please reply privately.
Mimi Katz, Chicago


Conference events updated daily #ciechanow #poland

Stan Zeidenberg
 

(posted on behalf of the 26th IAJGS Conference)

Event updates are appearing almost daily for the 26th IAJGS Conference,
which will take place Sunday, August 13 to Friday, August 18, 2006 at the
New York Marriott Marquis. The Conference schedule will be released in the
coming weeks.

The Special Interest Group (SIG) and Birds-of-a-Feather (BOF) meetings have
been added to the Conference website under the "Conference Program" link at
www.jgsny2006.org. To view the list of SIG/BOF sessions, click on
"Conference Program."

The DEADLINE for early Conference registration at the REDUCED RATE is just
six weeks away. To register for the Conference, go to
http://www.jgsny2006.org/registration.cfm

To sign up for the Conference Discussion Group, go to the Conference website
and click on the "Conference Mail List" link.

We are looking forward to seeing you in New York City in August.

Gloria Berkenstat Freund
2006 IAJGS Conference Program Committee Chair

gloria@jgsny2006.org


#Ciechanow #Poland Conference events updated daily #ciechanow #poland

Stan Zeidenberg
 

(posted on behalf of the 26th IAJGS Conference)

Event updates are appearing almost daily for the 26th IAJGS Conference,
which will take place Sunday, August 13 to Friday, August 18, 2006 at the
New York Marriott Marquis. The Conference schedule will be released in the
coming weeks.

The Special Interest Group (SIG) and Birds-of-a-Feather (BOF) meetings have
been added to the Conference website under the "Conference Program" link at
www.jgsny2006.org. To view the list of SIG/BOF sessions, click on
"Conference Program."

The DEADLINE for early Conference registration at the REDUCED RATE is just
six weeks away. To register for the Conference, go to
http://www.jgsny2006.org/registration.cfm

To sign up for the Conference Discussion Group, go to the Conference website
and click on the "Conference Mail List" link.

We are looking forward to seeing you in New York City in August.

Gloria Berkenstat Freund
2006 IAJGS Conference Program Committee Chair

gloria@jgsny2006.org


New Book, "Caviar and Ashes" in the JewishGenMall #ciechanow #poland

Carol W. Skydell <cskydell@...>
 

Dear JewishGenners,

Whether your ancestors came >from Poland or you are just interested in the
history of the Polish intellectuals of the 20th century, the new book
"Caviar and Ashes" by Dr. Marci Shore is sure to be a fascinating read.
Recently published by Yale University Press, the book can now be purchased
at a discounted price through the JewishGenMall.

Dr. Shore's "Caviar and Ashes" eloquently presents the history of a
generation of Polish intelligentsia born at the turn of the last
century. The book follows the lives of young innovators who chose the
Marxist philosophy even before Poland fell under the control of the Soviet
Union. Their selected path took them >from literary cafes not only to
corridors of power but also to prison cells. The work, based on the newly
obtainable archives >from Poland, the ex-USSR and Israel, recounts over
fifty years of Eastern-European Jewish literati history in the twentieth
century.

Please visit the JewishGenMall at < www.jewishgenmall.org > and to read
more about the book or to place your order, click on the moving banner..

We welcome your visit and appreciate whatever purchases are made in the
JewishGenMall since this is one way of helping support JewishGen programs
and projects.

Carol

Carol W. Skydell, Vice President
JewishGen Special Projects


#Ciechanow #Poland New Book, "Caviar and Ashes" in the JewishGenMall #ciechanow #poland

Carol W. Skydell <cskydell@...>
 

Dear JewishGenners,

Whether your ancestors came >from Poland or you are just interested in the
history of the Polish intellectuals of the 20th century, the new book
"Caviar and Ashes" by Dr. Marci Shore is sure to be a fascinating read.
Recently published by Yale University Press, the book can now be purchased
at a discounted price through the JewishGenMall.

Dr. Shore's "Caviar and Ashes" eloquently presents the history of a
generation of Polish intelligentsia born at the turn of the last
century. The book follows the lives of young innovators who chose the
Marxist philosophy even before Poland fell under the control of the Soviet
Union. Their selected path took them >from literary cafes not only to
corridors of power but also to prison cells. The work, based on the newly
obtainable archives >from Poland, the ex-USSR and Israel, recounts over
fifty years of Eastern-European Jewish literati history in the twentieth
century.

Please visit the JewishGenMall at < www.jewishgenmall.org > and to read
more about the book or to place your order, click on the moving banner..

We welcome your visit and appreciate whatever purchases are made in the
JewishGenMall since this is one way of helping support JewishGen programs
and projects.

Carol

Carol W. Skydell, Vice President
JewishGen Special Projects


SEARCHING: von EMMERLING, von DORNBERG, von KEISEWETTER, BRANDLE, DRENTIL et al #scandinavia

C <beachwatergirl@...>
 

Hello, cousins....
Please check my SEARCHING list below as we might be
related another way. You never know who might be
related to whom.... we live in such an integrated
world.

If you know of these families heritage OR ancestral
lineage OR are acquainted with any existing descendant
family members, please get in touch privately. THANKS
soooo much!
Lucinda Patten
beachwatergirl@yahoo.com
Los Angeles, CA

SEARCHING:
= = = MATERNAL
Leander von KEISEWETTER (b.1760, Principality of
Schwartzburg-Sondershausen; d.1825?) married Frau von
EMMERLING (b.?;d.?, unknown locations) and had at
least one son, Alvin Gustav von KEISEWETTER (b.1800,
Principality of Schwartzburg-Rudoltadt or
Sondershausen; d.12/30/1879, Mankato, MN).

Alvin/Alwin married Johanna Marieanna SCHULTZ (b.1800,
Schwartzburg-Katzhutte; d.10/26/1874, Mankato, MN).

Alvin emigrated to the US in 1847 and settled 1 ¼
miles NE of Mifflinburg, PA to which he brought his
family, the following year, 1848, and established
himself in his profession as Dr. Alvin Gustav
Dornberg, MD.

(von) DORNBERG... I have no idea >from which region
this family lineage originates, however, there is a
Dornberg town in the NE part of Austria
Dornberg = Niederösterreich, Austria

Christian MOESER (b.3/18/1813 or 1815,
Hesse-Darmstadt; passport marked 1836 arrival in
America; d.?, Cincinnati, OH) married Clotilda
DORNBERG (b. 1821, Principality of
Schwartzburg-Sondershausen) and first made their home
in New Berlin, PA, and eventually relocated the family
home to Cincinnati, OH in 1871. Christian and
Clotilda had 5 children.

Christian Heinrich SCHILDKNECHT (Schleswig-Holstein)
married Catharina Margaretha HANSEN (?) and had at
least one son, Joachim Friederich Wilhelm SCHILDKNECHT
(b. 1817, Marienthal, Schleswig-Holstein; d. ?).

Joachim married Katherina Magdalena BAHR (BEHR or
BAER) (b.?, Marienthal, Schleswig-Holstein ?) and had
2 sons, Carl and Gustav.

Carl Fredrich SCHILDKNECHT (b. 9/9/1842, Marienthal,
Schleswig-Holstein which was later referred to as
Lubeck, Germany ?; d. 8/20/1941, Seattle, WA,
according to a Mankato obituary) married Emma MOESER
in Milwaukee on12/11/1871. Carl and Emma had 4
children, Carl, Edmund, Lucy, and Ella.

Carl SCHILDKNECHT (b.9/25/1872, Milwaukee WS) married
Bertha EICHEL.

I only have limited information I have on this EICHEL
lineage. There was a house named EICHEL on Frankfurt
on Main in the Jewish ghetto that was given to
non-Jewish Germans, when the whole street was shipped
off to an extermination camp during the Holocaust.

One possibile link is stated on 1930 Milwaukee, WI US
Census:
R. EICHEL (1862? Germany) + Louise GROSS (b. 1849,
Germany); daughter, Bertha EICHEL (12/21/1879,
Chicago; d. Unknown), but I cannot locate Louise GROSS
anywhere and I have no information regarding places of
birth, dates or places of death.

This ship manifest is a possible link:
First Name: Richard
Last Name: Eichel
Ethnicity: USA
Last Place of Residence: ... Conn.
Date of Arrival: Oct 23, 1901
Age at Arrival: 44y Gender: M Marital Status:
M
Ship of Travel: Bremen
Port of Departure: Bremen
Manifest Line Number: 0013
Destination: Springfield, OH

I do not know whether this is the right EICHEL,
however, I do know that a Bertha EICHEL married Carl
SCHILDKNECHT and had 3 children (Edmund, Gertrude,
Armin) and one census someone told me has a Louise
Eichel listed as living with them.

Unfortunately, I never knew my g-grand-mother or
father and neither did my mother or her sister... we
are completely lost with regard to finding them.

I only mention the following Hans SCHILDKNECHT because
- due to place of origin - he is most likely a cousin
or uncle who has WEISS in their lineage:
Patricia Ship Manifest, sailing >from Hamburg,
September 11, 1913 on which one unmarried Hans
Schildknecht, 18, is traveling>from Lubeck to visit his
aunt, Soyphe (?) or Josylph (can’t read the manifest
scrawl that well) WEISS, 330 Rivorsts or Rivoints,
Hoboyken, NJ

Adolphus Ferdinand WIRTH (b.3/13/1814, Germany; d.?)
married Franciska BRANDLE (b.10/15/1818, ?; d.,?) and
they had at least one son, Adolphus Josephus WIRTH
(b.4/8/1854, _____?; d.3/6/1924, _____, ?).

AJ WIRTH married Teresa DRENTIL (b. 12/30/1858,
Stasbourg Vintners; d. _____) and they had at least
one son, Frederick Adolphus WIRTH (b.7/7/1883, ?;
d.6/12/1932, California?).

Fred married Grace Elizabeth THOMPSON, one of the
children born to Frank THOMPSON + Isabella “Belle”
Victoria PEARSON (d.1886?). They had at least one
son, Wilfred “Frederich” John WIRTH.

LaVergne NEVILLIER married Wilfred WIRTH and they had
one child, Bryce Nevillier WIRTH (b.7/12/1932,
Burbank, CA; died in the line of duty as an Auxillary
Sheriff in Ventura county, 8/19/1960).

SEARCHING (Female/Male):
von DORNBERG, von EMMERLING/von KEISEWETTER,
DORNBERG/MOESER, MOESER/SCHILDKNECHT,
HANSEN?/SCHILDKNECHT, BAHR(BEHR,BAER)/SCHILDKNECHT,
GROSS/EICHEL, EICHEL/SCHILDKNECHT,
SCHILDKNECHT/COMPTON, COMPTON/WIRTH (adopted at 12 by
Carlisle C. PATTEN)

BRANDLE/WIRTH, DRENTIL/WIRTH, PEARSON/THOMPSON,
THOMPSON/WIRTH, CUTTER/NEUVILLIER, BUTLER/MacNEISH,
MacNEISH (NISH)/NEVILLIER, THOMPSON/WIRTH, NEVILLIER/WIRTH


Scandinavia SIG #Scandinavia SEARCHING: von EMMERLING, von DORNBERG, von KEISEWETTER, BRANDLE, DRENTIL et al #scandinavia

C <beachwatergirl@...>
 

Hello, cousins....
Please check my SEARCHING list below as we might be
related another way. You never know who might be
related to whom.... we live in such an integrated
world.

If you know of these families heritage OR ancestral
lineage OR are acquainted with any existing descendant
family members, please get in touch privately. THANKS
soooo much!
Lucinda Patten
beachwatergirl@yahoo.com
Los Angeles, CA

SEARCHING:
= = = MATERNAL
Leander von KEISEWETTER (b.1760, Principality of
Schwartzburg-Sondershausen; d.1825?) married Frau von
EMMERLING (b.?;d.?, unknown locations) and had at
least one son, Alvin Gustav von KEISEWETTER (b.1800,
Principality of Schwartzburg-Rudoltadt or
Sondershausen; d.12/30/1879, Mankato, MN).

Alvin/Alwin married Johanna Marieanna SCHULTZ (b.1800,
Schwartzburg-Katzhutte; d.10/26/1874, Mankato, MN).

Alvin emigrated to the US in 1847 and settled 1 ¼
miles NE of Mifflinburg, PA to which he brought his
family, the following year, 1848, and established
himself in his profession as Dr. Alvin Gustav
Dornberg, MD.

(von) DORNBERG... I have no idea >from which region
this family lineage originates, however, there is a
Dornberg town in the NE part of Austria
Dornberg = Niederösterreich, Austria

Christian MOESER (b.3/18/1813 or 1815,
Hesse-Darmstadt; passport marked 1836 arrival in
America; d.?, Cincinnati, OH) married Clotilda
DORNBERG (b. 1821, Principality of
Schwartzburg-Sondershausen) and first made their home
in New Berlin, PA, and eventually relocated the family
home to Cincinnati, OH in 1871. Christian and
Clotilda had 5 children.

Christian Heinrich SCHILDKNECHT (Schleswig-Holstein)
married Catharina Margaretha HANSEN (?) and had at
least one son, Joachim Friederich Wilhelm SCHILDKNECHT
(b. 1817, Marienthal, Schleswig-Holstein; d. ?).

Joachim married Katherina Magdalena BAHR (BEHR or
BAER) (b.?, Marienthal, Schleswig-Holstein ?) and had
2 sons, Carl and Gustav.

Carl Fredrich SCHILDKNECHT (b. 9/9/1842, Marienthal,
Schleswig-Holstein which was later referred to as
Lubeck, Germany ?; d. 8/20/1941, Seattle, WA,
according to a Mankato obituary) married Emma MOESER
in Milwaukee on12/11/1871. Carl and Emma had 4
children, Carl, Edmund, Lucy, and Ella.

Carl SCHILDKNECHT (b.9/25/1872, Milwaukee WS) married
Bertha EICHEL.

I only have limited information I have on this EICHEL
lineage. There was a house named EICHEL on Frankfurt
on Main in the Jewish ghetto that was given to
non-Jewish Germans, when the whole street was shipped
off to an extermination camp during the Holocaust.

One possibile link is stated on 1930 Milwaukee, WI US
Census:
R. EICHEL (1862? Germany) + Louise GROSS (b. 1849,
Germany); daughter, Bertha EICHEL (12/21/1879,
Chicago; d. Unknown), but I cannot locate Louise GROSS
anywhere and I have no information regarding places of
birth, dates or places of death.

This ship manifest is a possible link:
First Name: Richard
Last Name: Eichel
Ethnicity: USA
Last Place of Residence: ... Conn.
Date of Arrival: Oct 23, 1901
Age at Arrival: 44y Gender: M Marital Status:
M
Ship of Travel: Bremen
Port of Departure: Bremen
Manifest Line Number: 0013
Destination: Springfield, OH

I do not know whether this is the right EICHEL,
however, I do know that a Bertha EICHEL married Carl
SCHILDKNECHT and had 3 children (Edmund, Gertrude,
Armin) and one census someone told me has a Louise
Eichel listed as living with them.

Unfortunately, I never knew my g-grand-mother or
father and neither did my mother or her sister... we
are completely lost with regard to finding them.

I only mention the following Hans SCHILDKNECHT because
- due to place of origin - he is most likely a cousin
or uncle who has WEISS in their lineage:
Patricia Ship Manifest, sailing >from Hamburg,
September 11, 1913 on which one unmarried Hans
Schildknecht, 18, is traveling>from Lubeck to visit his
aunt, Soyphe (?) or Josylph (can’t read the manifest
scrawl that well) WEISS, 330 Rivorsts or Rivoints,
Hoboyken, NJ

Adolphus Ferdinand WIRTH (b.3/13/1814, Germany; d.?)
married Franciska BRANDLE (b.10/15/1818, ?; d.,?) and
they had at least one son, Adolphus Josephus WIRTH
(b.4/8/1854, _____?; d.3/6/1924, _____, ?).

AJ WIRTH married Teresa DRENTIL (b. 12/30/1858,
Stasbourg Vintners; d. _____) and they had at least
one son, Frederick Adolphus WIRTH (b.7/7/1883, ?;
d.6/12/1932, California?).

Fred married Grace Elizabeth THOMPSON, one of the
children born to Frank THOMPSON + Isabella “Belle”
Victoria PEARSON (d.1886?). They had at least one
son, Wilfred “Frederich” John WIRTH.

LaVergne NEVILLIER married Wilfred WIRTH and they had
one child, Bryce Nevillier WIRTH (b.7/12/1932,
Burbank, CA; died in the line of duty as an Auxillary
Sheriff in Ventura county, 8/19/1960).

SEARCHING (Female/Male):
von DORNBERG, von EMMERLING/von KEISEWETTER,
DORNBERG/MOESER, MOESER/SCHILDKNECHT,
HANSEN?/SCHILDKNECHT, BAHR(BEHR,BAER)/SCHILDKNECHT,
GROSS/EICHEL, EICHEL/SCHILDKNECHT,
SCHILDKNECHT/COMPTON, COMPTON/WIRTH (adopted at 12 by
Carlisle C. PATTEN)

BRANDLE/WIRTH, DRENTIL/WIRTH, PEARSON/THOMPSON,
THOMPSON/WIRTH, CUTTER/NEUVILLIER, BUTLER/MacNEISH,
MacNEISH (NISH)/NEVILLIER, THOMPSON/WIRTH, NEVILLIER/WIRTH