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MONTHLY HIGHHOLDER

March 2004

Vol. 3 Issue 3


NEW WEBSITE

A website for Charles Nigl and the Nigl surname is ready for viewing.

 The URL is http://cniggl.com/ 


New Links

http://www.hic.hr/books/seeurope/016e-geiger.htm

the Philipsreut fire department

http://www.rommel.stw.uni-erlangen.de/~snow/FFW/chronik.htm

If you have any good links to websites let me know and I will share them with the group.


Email From Richard Gotz: rgotz@siemens-emis.com 
Subject: Mary (Lemberger) Herbst
He is looking for information on Mary Lemberger Herbst.
There is actually no information on the Herbst surname on the website 
so I did a little searching and discovered some on a couple of farms in the Town of Poygan.
There are:
John Herbst, 28.
Frank Herbst, 47, from Austria with wife Mary, 39 and 11 children.
Ludwig Herbst, 62, from Austria with wife Fridolin, 50 and 8 children.
Next in the list is 
Louis? Jungwirth, 27 with wife Kate 19.
I also found:
Joseph Jungwirth
Frank Jungwirth
Paul Jungwirth
Anton Jungwirth
Frank Mauritz
Wenzel Sippl
Wezel Schano
All on farms in the town of Poygan.
Mr. Gotz believes that Frank's wife Mary was a Jungwirth. 
 
He is still searching for Mary Lemberger Herbst. Can anyone help?
 
On the Oshkosh Public Library obituary online index there are two Mary 
Herbst listed:
Oct 1926 and Nov 1962. She is neither one.
 
I did find some Herbst in older city directories:
1893 John
1891 John
1889 Charles, Frank, Barbara
1886 Charles, C, Frank
1884 Frank, Karl
And then all the way back to 1876 with Josephine Herbst at 68 Merritt
Street. (She arrived early)
Several of these Herbst did live in the 6th or 13th wards and worked for various 
woodworking companies but moved to the farms before the 1900 census. 
That is why I missed them and they are not listed on the website.
I also found Herbst in the cemetery listing for Winnebago county

http://www.jansdigs.com/Winnebago/stthomas.html

Herbst, Matthias Feb 22, 1882 - Sept 2, 1923 

Herbst, Mary June 23, 1860 - Oct 18, 1926 (mother) 

Herbst, Frank Mar 25, 1853 - June 16, 1935 (father) 

Herbst, Anna Theresa Oct 20, 1893 - Jan 14, 1940 

Herbst, Joseph R. Oct 11, 1939 - Feb 21, 1973 Wisconsin, SP4, HQ Btry, 6 Arty, GP, Vietnam (Vietnam War Marker) 

Herbst, Joseph R. 1939 - 1973 (son) 

Herbst, Gertrude 1912 - 1989 (mother) 

Herbst, Albin P. 1903 - 1973 (father)

Herbst, William L. June 2, 1884 - July 21, 1969

Herbst, Adelbert (father) Herbst Monument Marker 

Herbst, Adalbert born June 7, 1802 died Dec 23, 1886 

Herbst, Agnes born Apr 14, 1813 died Nov 4, 1892 (wife of A. Herbst) (mother) 

Herbst, Rose Aug 24, 1900 - Jan 21, 1901 Herbst, Agnes (mother)

Herbst, Henry Nov 30, 1885 - May 6, 1972 

Herbst, Frances May 11, 1885 - Oct 31, 1975 (In memory of our parents, buried in Milwaukee)

Youngworth, John (buried) 

Youngworth, Anton 3 Juni 1846 - (buried) (vater)

Jarusch, Lawrence born Aug 10, 1818 died May 15, 1912 (father) 

Jarusch, Mary born Mch 19, 1822 died Mch 3, 1904 (mother) 

Jarusch, Anna born Mar 21, 1870 died Aug 30, 1922 (mother) 

Jarusch, August born Sept 5, 1868 died June 12, 1923 (father)

Schano, Wenzel 1842 - 1936 (father) 

Schano, Mary 1847 - 1924 (mother) 

Schano, Anna geb 30 Sept 1887 gest 8 Jan 1901 (toch von W u M. Schano) 

Schano, Maria geb 29 Okt 1882 gest 9 Dez 1900 (toch von W u M. Schano)

 

I also found  additional SCHANO and SCHRAML information on the Bill Burroughs website on Ancestry.com.

He has a few German-Bohemian surnames in his listings from the village of Landstrassen. 


 I was looking thru the tourist info that I had picked up when I was in Germany in 2001 and thought I would share with you the surnames of some of the people that run hotels and pensions in the villages of Haidmuhle, Bischofsreut, Freyung, Grafenau and other nearby places that are familiar to Oshkosh. If you are going to the 300th Anniversary celebration of Bischofsreut you just might be able to stay with relatives.

Kellermann, Berger, Madl, Ebersberger, Eder, Riedl, Seibold, Frank, Bloechl, Saumer, Stadler, Wachveitl, 

Muller, Fenzl, Koelbl, Gutsmeidl, Zellner,  Fuchs, Kloiber, Stockinger, Schuster, Hable, Dichtl, Hopfinger. 

 

 

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