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Re: Obituary Needed ???

Lauri Klein
 

Here you go Madeline, hope this helps.

 

Regards,

 

Lauri Schauer-Klein

 

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Sent: Wednesday, June 10, 2020 9:30 AM
To: German-genealogy-ENG@groups.io
Subject: [German-genealogy-ENG] Obituary Needed ???

 

Hi guys -
If anyone on this list has a subscription to Newspapers.com, and would be kind enough to look up an obituary for me and send me a copy, it would be very much appreciated.  Ancestry tells me there was an obituary  for HARRY HUNTINGTON MOORE, 82, who died  about  1932 (?), and for whom an obit. appeared in an unnamed N.J. newspaper on 8 November, 1932. Possibly the newspaper was the Courier-News, but I'm not sure.  The only other info in the Ancestry hit was he was born ca.1850 in NYC, survived by wife Amelia and son Herbert W. Moore.  His residence place was Plainfields, N.J.(sic), his residence address was 1163 Martine Avenue, and the obituary place was Bridgewater,  N.J.  His parents were John Wilson Moore and Alaria Moore.

I hope some kind soul can find this need-needed obit for me.  Thank you so much.    Madeline


Re: Obituary Needed ???

SETTI1245@...
 

The only info I see was listed for New York Times on Nov 8 1932 and he was a member of New York Produce Exchange for more than 50 years. I don't have newspaper .com and can't see article without subscribing- sorry


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Sent: Wed, Jun 10, 2020 10:30 am
Subject: [German-genealogy-ENG] Obituary Needed ???

Hi guys -
If anyone on this list has a subscription to Newspapers.com, and would be kind enough to look up an obituary for me and send me a copy, it would be very much appreciated.  Ancestry tells me there was an obituary  for HARRY HUNTINGTON MOORE, 82, who died  about  1932 (?), and for whom an obit. appeared in an unnamed N.J. newspaper on 8 November, 1932. Possibly the newspaper was the Courier-News, but I'm not sure.  The only other info in the Ancestry hit was he was born ca.1850 in NYC, survived by wife Amelia and son Herbert W. Moore.  His residence place was Plainfields, N.J.(sic), his residence address was 1163 Martine Avenue, and the obituary place was Bridgewater,  N.J.  His parents were John Wilson Moore and Alaria Moore.

I hope some kind soul can find this need-needed obit for me.  Thank you so much.    Madeline


Re: Obituary Needed ???

Peggy Seidler
 

Here you go

 

From: "main@German-genealogy-ENG.groups.io" <main@German-genealogy-ENG.groups.io> on behalf of "madbovery@... via groups.io" <madbovery@...>
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Date: Wednesday, June 10, 2020 at 7:30 AM
To: "German-genealogy-ENG@groups.io" <German-genealogy-ENG@groups.io>
Subject: [German-genealogy-ENG] Obituary Needed ???

 

Hi guys -
If anyone on this list has a subscription to Newspapers.com, and would be kind enough to look up an obituary for me and send me a copy, it would be very much appreciated.  Ancestry tells me there was an obituary  for HARRY HUNTINGTON MOORE, 82, who died  about  1932 (?), and for whom an obit. appeared in an unnamed N.J. newspaper on 8 November, 1932. Possibly the newspaper was the Courier-News, but I'm not sure.  The only other info in the Ancestry hit was he was born ca.1850 in NYC, survived by wife Amelia and son Herbert W. Moore.  His residence place was Plainfields, N.J.(sic), his residence address was 1163 Martine Avenue, and the obituary place was Bridgewater,  N.J.  His parents were John Wilson Moore and Alaria Moore.

I hope some kind soul can find this need-needed obit for me.  Thank you so much.    Madeline


Obituary Needed ???

madbovery@aol.com
 

Hi guys -
If anyone on this list has a subscription to Newspapers.com, and would be kind enough to look up an obituary for me and send me a copy, it would be very much appreciated.  Ancestry tells me there was an obituary  for HARRY HUNTINGTON MOORE, 82, who died  about  1932 (?), and for whom an obit. appeared in an unnamed N.J. newspaper on 8 November, 1932. Possibly the newspaper was the Courier-News, but I'm not sure.  The only other info in the Ancestry hit was he was born ca.1850 in NYC, survived by wife Amelia and son Herbert W. Moore.  His residence place was Plainfields, N.J.(sic), his residence address was 1163 Martine Avenue, and the obituary place was Bridgewater,  N.J.  His parents were John Wilson Moore and Alaria Moore.

I hope some kind soul can find this need-needed obit for me.  Thank you so much.    Madeline


Re: Researching in German Archives Webinar-Free

Mike Gough
 

Carrie. thanks.

On 5/21/2020 3:07 PM, carrotarms wrote:
Hello to the group. I hope this is not an inappropriate posting. This week I watched a  wonderful free webinar all about researching in German Archives.  It is free until May 26th, 2020 on
https://familytreewebinars.com/

The presenter is Theresa Steinkamp McMillen and the title is "Discover the Holdings of German Archives.  The sylllabus is free until May 26th also.  It contains links to all the major areas of German Archives. I highly recommend any one should watch it if interested in German Genealogy. I learned a lot.  Sincerely, Carrie T in VA
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Re: Researching in German Archives Webinar-Free

Gayle Pauly
 

Thanks Carrie,
Gayle Pauly



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From: carrotarms <Carrotarms@...>
Date: 5/21/20 4:07 PM (GMT-05:00)
To: German-genealogy-ENG@groups.io
Subject: [German-genealogy-ENG] Researching in German Archives Webinar-Free

Hello to the group. I hope this is not an inappropriate posting. This week I watched a  wonderful free webinar all about researching in German Archives.  It is free until May 26th, 2020 on 

The presenter is Theresa Steinkamp McMillen and the title is "Discover the Holdings of German Archives.  The sylllabus is free until May 26th also.  It contains links to all the major areas of German Archives. I highly recommend any one should watch it if interested in German Genealogy. I learned a lot.  Sincerely, Carrie T in VA


Re: Research at Münster Archiv

Ozmulki
 

David,

Thanks for those links! I shall pursue my brick wall research of the Luschwitz family in what was South West Prussia (Breslau) and surrounds! My ancestor emigrated to India and was a bandmaster and director of music! He played violin in Strauss’ band! Served in the 2nd Balouchi regiment in 1869 and the Kings Own Regiment in 1871-72 in India as Bandmaster. None of the current family know much about his history in that area. 

I guess In the current climate no physical research can be undertaken.

Best wishes 

Kerry Edwards 
Canberra, Australia


On 21 May 2020, at 8:57 pm, Steve Frank <SFrank@...> wrote:



Thank you, David.    I appreciate the new information.   This is very helpful.

 

In the interim since I posted this,  I have made connections with a distant cousin living in Germany who is going to the Archiv on my behalf.

My understanding is that the Archiv now has some special rules for visiting related to the Coronavirus.     Some of the Munster Archiv collection is viewable online.

 

Best Wishes,

 

Steve

 

From: main@German-genealogy-ENG.groups.io [mailto:main@German-genealogy-ENG.groups.io] On Behalf Of davidrli@...
Sent: Wednesday, May 20, 2020 7:48 PM
To: main@German-genealogy-ENG.groups.io; lilagarner@...
Subject: Re: [German-genealogy-ENG] Research at Münster Archiv

 

G’day Steve

 

I missed your original post.  There’s the Association of German Speaking Professional Genealogists:

< https://berufsgenealogie.net/english/start.html >

 

And there’s also the American based Association of Professional Genealogists which has members in Germany.

< https://www.apgen.org/cpages/home >

 

Over the years, I used the services of members of both associations with good results.

 

Happy hunting

 

David Armstrong

 

Maylands

Western Australia

 

 


From: main@German-genealogy-ENG.groups.io <main@German-genealogy-ENG.groups.io> on behalf of Steve Frank <SFrank@...>
Sent: Sunday, May 3, 2020 10:50
To: main@german-genealogy-eng.groups.io <main@german-genealogy-eng.groups.io>
Subject: [German-genealogy-ENG] Research at Münster Archiv

 

I want to know if anyone has any experience with Münster Archiv

 

I want to learn best practice for gaining access to those documents.   I have worked with other Archiv in Germany and wanted to see if anyone has personal experience with Münster Archiv.

 

Do you know if they will scan the documents and send to me?    Do they require you from America to use a German genealogist from an approved list that they have?   Then, they will allow that Researcher to schedule a time to look at the Documents.

If so, can anyone recommend a researcher for the Münster Archiv?

 

I sincerely appreciate any help someone can provide.   

 

Best Wishes,

 

Steve

 

 

Steve Frank

Tiffin, Ohio

SFrank@...


Researching in German Archives Webinar-Free

carrotarms
 

Hello to the group. I hope this is not an inappropriate posting. This week I watched a  wonderful free webinar all about researching in German Archives.  It is free until May 26th, 2020 on 

The presenter is Theresa Steinkamp McMillen and the title is "Discover the Holdings of German Archives.  The sylllabus is free until May 26th also.  It contains links to all the major areas of German Archives. I highly recommend any one should watch it if interested in German Genealogy. I learned a lot.  Sincerely, Carrie T in VA


Re: Research at Münster Archiv

Steve Frank
 

Thank you, David.    I appreciate the new information.   This is very helpful.

 

In the interim since I posted this,  I have made connections with a distant cousin living in Germany who is going to the Archiv on my behalf.

My understanding is that the Archiv now has some special rules for visiting related to the Coronavirus.     Some of the Munster Archiv collection is viewable online.

 

Best Wishes,

 

Steve

 

From: main@German-genealogy-ENG.groups.io [mailto:main@German-genealogy-ENG.groups.io] On Behalf Of davidrli@...
Sent: Wednesday, May 20, 2020 7:48 PM
To: main@German-genealogy-ENG.groups.io; lilagarner@...
Subject: Re: [German-genealogy-ENG] Research at Münster Archiv

 

G’day Steve

 

I missed your original post.  There’s the Association of German Speaking Professional Genealogists:

< https://berufsgenealogie.net/english/start.html >

 

And there’s also the American based Association of Professional Genealogists which has members in Germany.

< https://www.apgen.org/cpages/home >

 

Over the years, I used the services of members of both associations with good results.

 

Happy hunting

 

David Armstrong

 

Maylands

Western Australia

 

 


From: main@German-genealogy-ENG.groups.io <main@German-genealogy-ENG.groups.io> on behalf of Steve Frank <SFrank@...>
Sent: Sunday, May 3, 2020 10:50
To: main@german-genealogy-eng.groups.io <main@german-genealogy-eng.groups.io>
Subject: [German-genealogy-ENG] Research at Münster Archiv

 

I want to know if anyone has any experience with Münster Archiv

 

I want to learn best practice for gaining access to those documents.   I have worked with other Archiv in Germany and wanted to see if anyone has personal experience with Münster Archiv.

 

Do you know if they will scan the documents and send to me?    Do they require you from America to use a German genealogist from an approved list that they have?   Then, they will allow that Researcher to schedule a time to look at the Documents.

If so, can anyone recommend a researcher for the Münster Archiv?

 

I sincerely appreciate any help someone can provide.   

 

Best Wishes,

 

Steve

 

 

Steve Frank

Tiffin, Ohio

SFrank@...


Re: Research at Münster Archiv

davidrli@...
 

G’day Steve

 

I missed your original post.  There’s the Association of German Speaking Professional Genealogists:

< https://berufsgenealogie.net/english/start.html >

 

And there’s also the American based Association of Professional Genealogists which has members in Germany.

< https://www.apgen.org/cpages/home >

 

Over the years, I used the services of members of both associations with good results.

 

Happy hunting

 

David Armstrong

 

Maylands

Western Australia

 

 


From: main@German-genealogy-ENG.groups.io <main@German-genealogy-ENG.groups.io> on behalf of Steve Frank <SFrank@...>
Sent: Sunday, May 3, 2020 10:50
To: main@german-genealogy-eng.groups.io <main@german-genealogy-eng.groups.io>
Subject: [German-genealogy-ENG] Research at Münster Archiv

 

I want to know if anyone has any experience with Münster Archiv

 

I want to learn best practice for gaining access to those documents.   I have worked with other Archiv in Germany and wanted to see if anyone has personal experience with Münster Archiv.

 

Do you know if they will scan the documents and send to me?    Do they require you from America to use a German genealogist from an approved list that they have?   Then, they will allow that Researcher to schedule a time to look at the Documents.

If so, can anyone recommend a researcher for the Münster Archiv?

 

I sincerely appreciate any help someone can provide.   

 

Best Wishes,

 

Steve

 

 

Steve Frank

Tiffin, Ohio

SFrank@...


Re: Research at Münster Archiv

Lila Garner
 

This was waiting until my computer was available because I didn't want to attempt a reply on my phone. I'll add my 2 cents' worth in case no one has replied.

I have not had personal experience with the Münster Archiv, but a plea on a mailing list perhaps 20 years ago was answered by a man who had access to farm histories on file there. This history took in a time period around 1700 including a divorce recorded in 1705. I don't know what to suggest except to join a German mailing list (most accept queries in English and reply in English) and ask for help finding someone who will help you. Probably this will be a professional genealogist who you will have to pay.

Lila


From: main@German-genealogy-ENG.groups.io <main@German-genealogy-ENG.groups.io> on behalf of Steve Frank <SFrank@...>
Sent: Sunday, May 3, 2020 10:50
To: main@german-genealogy-eng.groups.io <main@german-genealogy-eng.groups.io>
Subject: [German-genealogy-ENG] Research at Münster Archiv
 

I want to know if anyone has any experience with Münster Archiv

 

I have found listed online in their Archiv a set of documents related to my Frenk Family in Vardingholt, Germany.   It was not available online for viewing.

 

I want to learn best practice for gaining access to those documents.   I have worked with other Archiv in Germany and wanted to see if anyone has personal experience with Münster Archiv.

 

Do you know if they will scan the documents and send to me?    Do they require you from America to use a German genealogist from an approved list that they have?   Then, they will allow that Researcher to schedule a time to look at the Documents.

If so, can anyone recommend a researcher for the Münster Archiv?

 

I sincerely appreciate any help someone can provide.   

 

Best Wishes,

 

Steve

 

 

Steve Frank

Tiffin, Ohio

SFrank@...


Re: REGENSBURG Cath. Archives PETITION

Heidi Arno
 

Yes, I signed the petition.  Thank you for letting us know . . . . records in the US show that one of my husband's ancestors may have come from Bamberg or some town with similar spelling/pronounciation, so I would love to see those records.  


On Sun, May 3, 2020 at 5:52 PM Elizabeth Kraus <greliz7@...> wrote:
Thanks, Madeline
I’ve just done it too – in English, though probably should have done it in German! A great idea, perhaps there are others we can also petition. After all for most of us, we cannot easily access these records.
Kind regards
Elizabeth
 
From: Daniela
Sent: Monday, May 04, 2020 2:38 AM
Subject: Re: [German-genealogy-ENG] REGENSBURG Cath. Archives PETITION
 
Done and very simple.  Thank you for letting us know.  Perhaps we'll be lucky and they will listen.  Daniela
 
On Sun, May 3, 2020 at 9:21 AM madbovery@... via groups.io <madbovery=aol.com@groups.io> wrote:
Hello all -

Today I received (via the Franken list), an online Petition requesting that the Cath. archives in Regensburg, Bavaria digitize their microfilmed churchbooks and make them available to everyone online free.  It's getting overwhelming support, and I hope you all will sign it as I have.  These records were supposed to be online years ago, and there has been no movement from Regensburg, Bamberg or Wurzburg, etc.  Perhaps this will light a fire under them.  It will also preserve these valuable records survive in the event of a fire or other natural disaster.  Please do your part and sign the petition which is also available in English. 
Madeline

Here is the link:


    https://www.openpetition.de/petition/online/digitalisierung-der-kirchenbuecher-im-bistum-regensburg



--
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Re: REGENSBURG Cath. Archives PETITION

Elizabeth Kraus
 

Thanks, Madeline
I’ve just done it too – in English, though probably should have done it in German! A great idea, perhaps there are others we can also petition. After all for most of us, we cannot easily access these records.
Kind regards
Elizabeth
 

From: Daniela
Sent: Monday, May 04, 2020 2:38 AM
Subject: Re: [German-genealogy-ENG] REGENSBURG Cath. Archives PETITION
 
Done and very simple.  Thank you for letting us know.  Perhaps we'll be lucky and they will listen.  Daniela
 
On Sun, May 3, 2020 at 9:21 AM madbovery@... via groups.io <madbovery=aol.com@groups.io> wrote:
Hello all -

Today I received (via the Franken list), an online Petition requesting that the Cath. archives in Regensburg, Bavaria digitize their microfilmed churchbooks and make them available to everyone online free.  It's getting overwhelming support, and I hope you all will sign it as I have.  These records were supposed to be online years ago, and there has been no movement from Regensburg, Bamberg or Wurzburg, etc.  Perhaps this will light a fire under them.  It will also preserve these valuable records survive in the event of a fire or other natural disaster.  Please do your part and sign the petition which is also available in English. 
Madeline

Here is the link:


    https://www.openpetition.de/petition/online/digitalisierung-der-kirchenbuecher-im-bistum-regensburg


Research at Münster Archiv

Steve Frank
 

I want to know if anyone has any experience with Münster Archiv

 

I have found listed online in their Archiv a set of documents related to my Frenk Family in Vardingholt, Germany.   It was not available online for viewing.

 

I want to learn best practice for gaining access to those documents.   I have worked with other Archiv in Germany and wanted to see if anyone has personal experience with Münster Archiv.

 

Do you know if they will scan the documents and send to me?    Do they require you from America to use a German genealogist from an approved list that they have?   Then, they will allow that Researcher to schedule a time to look at the Documents.

If so, can anyone recommend a researcher for the Münster Archiv?

 

I sincerely appreciate any help someone can provide.   

 

Best Wishes,

 

Steve

 

 

Steve Frank

Tiffin, Ohio

SFrank@...


Re: REGENSBURG Cath. Archives PETITION

Daniela
 

Done and very simple.  Thank you for letting us know.  Perhaps we'll be lucky and they will listen.  Daniela

On Sun, May 3, 2020 at 9:21 AM madbovery@... via groups.io <madbovery=aol.com@groups.io> wrote:
Hello all -

Today I received (via the Franken list), an online Petition requesting that the Cath. archives in Regensburg, Bavaria digitize their microfilmed churchbooks and make them available to everyone online free.  It's getting overwhelming support, and I hope you all will sign it as I have.  These records were supposed to be online years ago, and there has been no movement from Regensburg, Bamberg or Wurzburg, etc.  Perhaps this will light a fire under them.  It will also preserve these valuable records survive in the event of a fire or other natural disaster.  Please do your part and sign the petition which is also available in English. 
Madeline

Here is the link:


     https://www.openpetition.de/petition/online/digitalisierung-der-kirchenbuecher-im-bistum-regensburg


Re: REGENSBURG Cath. Archives PETITION

Joan Rebholz
 

Does anyone know whether there is a similar petition regarding the Fulda Catholic archives’ records?
 

Sent: Sunday, May 03, 2020 10:52 AM
Subject: Re: [German-genealogy-ENG] REGENSBURG Cath. Archives PETITION
 
Done! Just now. Very easy.


On May 3, 2020, at 10:21 AM, madbovery@... via groups.io <madbovery@...> wrote:


Hello all -

Today I received (via the Franken list), an online Petition requesting that the Cath. archives in Regensburg, Bavaria digitize their microfilmed churchbooks and make them available to everyone online free.  It's getting overwhelming support, and I hope you all will sign it as I have.  These records were supposed to be online years ago, and there has been no movement from Regensburg, Bamberg or Wurzburg, etc.  Perhaps this will light a fire under them.  It will also preserve these valuable records survive in the event of a fire or other natural disaster.  Please do your part and sign the petition which is also available in English. 
Madeline

Here is the link:


    https://www.openpetition.de/petition/online/digitalisierung-der-kirchenbuecher-im-bistum-regensburg


Re: REGENSBURG Cath. Archives PETITION

Barbara McStowe
 

Done! Just now. Very easy.


On May 3, 2020, at 10:21 AM, madbovery@... via groups.io <madbovery@...> wrote:


Hello all -

Today I received (via the Franken list), an online Petition requesting that the Cath. archives in Regensburg, Bavaria digitize their microfilmed churchbooks and make them available to everyone online free.  It's getting overwhelming support, and I hope you all will sign it as I have.  These records were supposed to be online years ago, and there has been no movement from Regensburg, Bamberg or Wurzburg, etc.  Perhaps this will light a fire under them.  It will also preserve these valuable records survive in the event of a fire or other natural disaster.  Please do your part and sign the petition which is also available in English. 
Madeline

Here is the link:


     https://www.openpetition.de/petition/online/digitalisierung-der-kirchenbuecher-im-bistum-regensburg


REGENSBURG Cath. Archives PETITION

madbovery@aol.com
 

Hello all -

Today I received (via the Franken list), an online Petition requesting that the Cath. archives in Regensburg, Bavaria digitize their microfilmed churchbooks and make them available to everyone online free.  It's getting overwhelming support, and I hope you all will sign it as I have.  These records were supposed to be online years ago, and there has been no movement from Regensburg, Bamberg or Wurzburg, etc.  Perhaps this will light a fire under them.  It will also preserve these valuable records survive in the event of a fire or other natural disaster.  Please do your part and sign the petition which is also available in English. 
Madeline

Here is the link:


     https://www.openpetition.de/petition/online/digitalisierung-der-kirchenbuecher-im-bistum-regensburg


Re: Family Fröhlich, surname Knieriem #Hessen

Mike Gough
 

Jan, I have information for Froehlichs in Southern Indiana.  Were your Volks in Indiana?

Mike

On 5/1/2020 9:49 PM, JAN Banevich wrote:

Hello everyone,

I am looking for information on the family of Wilhelm Fröhlich married to Marie Knieriem. I have no dates for them. Their children were:1. Magdalena Fröhlich married to Karl Insel 1877-1975

She was born 7 Feb 1876 and died 17 Feb 1918

Both events Offenbach, Offenbach, am Main, Hesse, Germany.

2. Jakob Fröhlich (was in the military during war)

                                      3. Louise Fröhlich married  ?? ??

Daughter: Elisabeth married  ?? Gegenwart (I believe)

          4. Wilhelm Fröhlich (was in the military during war)

This is all the information I have for this family.

Any help would be appreciated.

Thank You,

Jan

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Family Fröhlich, surname Knieriem #Hessen

JAN Banevich
 

Hello everyone,

 

I am looking for information on the family of Wilhelm Fröhlich married to Marie Knieriem. I have no dates for them. Their children were:1. Magdalena Fröhlich married to Karl Insel 1877-1975

                                                                  She was born 7 Feb 1876 and died 17 Feb 1918

                                                                   Both events Offenbach, Offenbach, am Main, Hesse, Germany.

 

                                                                 2. Jakob Fröhlich (was in the military during war)

                                                                 3. Louise Fröhlich married  ?? ??

                                                                             Daughter: Elisabeth married  ?? Gegenwart (I believe)

                                                                  4. Wilhelm Fröhlich (was in the military during war)

This is all the information I have for this family.

Any help would be appreciated.

Thank You,

 

Jan

 

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