Jeno Szieberth

b. 6 September 1914, d. 7 June 1932
     Jeno was born in Pécs, Baranya, Hungary, on 6 September 1914.1 He was the son of János Szieberth and Julianna Sziebert. Jeno died on 7 June 1932 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary, at age 17. He died from dysentery.2

Citations

  1. [S961] Hungarian Civil Registration 1895 - 1980.
  2. [S622] Hungary Funeral Notices 1840-1990.

Dr Frigyes Karoly Nandor Szieberth

b. 4 October 1914, d. 2003
1930 Dr Frigyes Szieberth
     Frigyes was born in Pécs, Baranya, Hungary, on 4 October 1914.1 He was the son of Dr Frigyes Szieberth and Maria Irma Berecz. Circa 1940 in Pécs, Baranya, Hungary, Dr Frigyes Karoly Nandor Szieberth married Éva Krempe. Dr Frigyes Karoly Nandor Szieberth died in 2003 in Budapest, Pest-Pilis-Solt-Kis-Kun, Hungary.1

Citations

  1. [S961] Hungarian Civil Registration 1895 - 1980.

Vilmos Manninger

b. 7 March 1915, d. 2001
1957 Vilmos Manninger
     Vilmos was born in Rácboly, Baranya, Hungary, on 7 March 1915.1 We have a photo of their marriage. On Friday, 13 June 1947 in Cistercian Chapel in Pécs, Baranya, Hungary, Vilmos Manninger married Dia Sziebert age 30, daughter of Károly Sziebert and Ida Heckinger. The priest was Fr. Sebastian Kuhn. Because Vilmos was Lutheran and his bride, Catholic, they could not be married inside the church so the priest married them quietly in the chapel. The bride's staunchly Catholic parents did not attend. The bride's sister, Terus, gave them a small reception after the ceremony.
Vili wrote a wonderful short biography in the form of a letter to Imre Sziebert. This letter is attached. Vilmos died in 2001 in Pécs, Baranya, Hungary.

Citations

  1. [S114] Vili Manninger to Imre Sziebert.

Lonci Sziebert

b. 22 April 1915, d. 18 February 1920
1918 Lonci Sziebert
     Lonci was born in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary, on 22 April 1915.1 She was the daughter of Károly Sziebert and Ida Heckinger. Lonci Sziebert appeared in the family photo in Károly Sziebert's household of 1916 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary. Her baptism name was Ilona Sziebert. Lonci Sziebert appeared in the family photo in Károly Sziebert's household of August 1916 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary. Lonci Sziebert appeared in the family photo in Károly Sziebert's household of 1918 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary. Lonci died on 18 February 1920 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary.1

Citations

  1. [S158] Sziebert, Katalin Trischler Sziebert Prayerbook.

Ferenc Vizkelety-Szieberth

b. 12 September 1915, d. 14 April 1935
     Ferenc was born in Pécs, Baranya, Hungary, on 12 September 1915. He was the son of Antal Vizkelety-Szieberth and Margit Janoska. Ferenc died on 14 April 1935 in Pécs, Baranya, Hungary.

Ferenc Ferdinand Szieberth

b. 29 April 1916
     Ferenc was born in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary, on 29 April 1916. He was the son of János Szieberth and Julianna Sziebert. Circa 1940 in Pécs, Baranya, Hungary, Ferenc Ferdinand Szieberth married Piri Kádár.
Frank and Imre, the last two Szieberth boys did get an education in agriculture. They married twin sisters. Frank took Piri and Imre married Hugi Kadar. They all lived in the old (Jokai - Ter 3) Szieberth house. Frank had three children.1

Citations

  1. [S28] Gitta Lieber Kardos, "Gitta Lieber Kardos' Sziebert Family History",.

Dia Sziebert

b. 20 July 1916, d. 12 November 2003
1955 Dia Sziebert Manninger
     Dia was born in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary, on 20 July 1916.1 She was the daughter of Károly Sziebert and Ida Heckinger. Dia Sziebert appeared in the family photo in Károly Sziebert's household of August 1916 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary. Her baptism name was Ida Margit Sziebert. Dia Sziebert was an heir in the will of Károly Sziebert in 1943 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary; He carefully divided his farms and property among his four surviving children to prevent an inheritance fight such as he experienced when his father died. We have a photo of their marriage. On Friday, 13 June 1947 in Cistercian Chapel in Pécs, Baranya, Hungary, Dia Sziebert married Vilmos Manninger age 32. The priest was Fr. Sebastian Kuhn. Because Vilmos was Lutheran and his bride, Catholic, they could not be married inside the church so the priest married them quietly in the chapel. The bride's staunchly Catholic parents did not attend. The bride's sister, Terus, gave them a small reception after the ceremony. Her married name was Dia Manninger (Sziebert). Dia Sziebert died on 12 November 2003 in Budapest, Pest-Pilis-Solt-Kis-Kun, Hungary.

Citations

  1. [S158] Sziebert, Katalin Trischler Sziebert Prayerbook.

Imre Antal Szieberth

b. 6 June 1918, d. 30 May 1992
     Imre was born in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary, on 6 June 1918. He was the son of János Szieberth and Julianna Sziebert. Circa 1940 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary, Imre Antal Szieberth married Hugi Kadar.
Frank and Imre, the last two Szieberth boys did get an education in agriculture. They married twin sisters. Frank took Piri and Imre married Hugi Kadar. They all lived in the old (Jokai - Ter 3) Szieberth house. Frank had three children.1 Imre Antal Szieberth died on 30 May 1992 in Pécs, Baranya, Hungary.2

Citations

  1. [S28] Gitta Lieber Kardos, "Gitta Lieber Kardos' Sziebert Family History",.
  2. [S622] Hungary Funeral Notices 1840-1990.

Margit Vizkelety-Szieberth

b. 18 May 1919
     Margit was born in Pécs, Baranya, Hungary, on 18 May 1919. She was the daughter of Antal Vizkelety-Szieberth and Margit Janoska. , Margit Vizkelety-Szieberth married Dr László Velenyi. Her married name was Margit Velenyi (Vizkelety-Szieberth).

Lacko Sziebert

b. 19 May 1920, d. 17 February 1945
1943 May 29 Laszlo Sziebert PhD
     Lacko was born in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary, on 19 May 1920.1 He was the son of Károly Sziebert and Ida Heckinger. His baptism name was Laszlo Antal Sziebert. Lacko Sziebert was an heir in the will of Károly Sziebert in 1943 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary; He carefully divided his farms and property among his four surviving children to prevent an inheritance fight such as he experienced when his father died. Lacko died on 17 February 1945 in Pápa, Veszprém, Hungary.
Lacko, the youngest was the apple of their eye, and now, he too was asked to serve. It was a brutal winter, everyone knew the Germans were doomed. Lacko and his unit was ordered to retreat toward Austria and Germany. Lacko and two friends decided not to go. When the train left they stayed behind. To try to escape was a real task. One of the soldiers decided to brave the elements and cross the frozen lake Balaton alone. The other two decided to stay together. They knocked on doors, but people were afraid to hide both of them. Finally, a priest, an old friend of the family decided to provide them with a safe place. Lacko and the friend were given civilian clothes, chores. They felt safe. Some enemy of the priest got a glimpse of the two strangers and reported it to the police. They were arrested, tried and sentenced to death by firing squad.
There were no newspapers, no radio, no one knew in Boly what had happened to Lacko. The family hoped and prayed for his safety. Vili Schmidt was able to shed some light on this tragedy. He got in touch with a priest Stephan Mester - who in 1945 was an army chaplain in the city of Papa. He wrote to Vili. Yes, indeed he met the young soldiers after the death sentences were read. (There were three unfortunate young soldiers). The priest was given two hours to prepare them for execution. The priest claimed that Lacko was brave and had a clear heart and conscience as he stepped in front of the executioners. He refused to wear a customary black eye shield. He stood strong with his rosary beads in his hand. This all took place in the year 1945, the 17th of February in the city of Papa, on a Saturday, in the courtyard of the cavalry.2

Citations

  1. [S158] Sziebert, Katalin Trischler Sziebert Prayerbook.
  2. [S28] Gitta Lieber Kardos, "Gitta Lieber Kardos' Sziebert Family History",.

Béla Alajos Szieberth

b. 8 July 1920, d. 23 July 1920
     Béla was born in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary, on 8 July 1920. He was the son of János Szieberth and Julianna Sziebert. Béla died on 23 July 1920 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary.

Hugi Kadar

b. 1922, d. 9 September 1985
     Hugi Kadar was born in 1922 in Baranya, Hungary. Her baptism name was Erzsébet Kádár. Circa 1940 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary, Hugi Kadar married Imre Antal Szieberth, son of János Szieberth and Julianna Sziebert. Her married name was Hugi Szieberth (Kadar). Hugi Kadar died on 9 September 1985 in Pécs, Baranya, Hungary.1

Citations

  1. [S622] Hungary Funeral Notices 1840-1990.

Piri Kádár

b. 1922
     Piri Kádár was born in 1922 in Pécs, Baranya, Hungary. Circa 1940 in Pécs, Baranya, Hungary, Piri Kádár married Ferenc Ferdinand Szieberth, son of János Szieberth and Julianna Sziebert. Her married name was Piri Szieberth (Kádár).

Franz Trischler

b. 2 July 1924, d. 11 September 2004
     Franz Trischler was born on 2 July 1924 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary. He died on 11 September 2004 in Taunusstein, Hesse, Germany.

Nora Berecz

b. 1 March 1925, d. 20 July 1994
1943 Nora Berecz
     Nora was born in Pécs, Baranya, Hungary, on 1 March 1925. Her baptism name was Nora Gabriella Stefania Maria Berecz.1 On Monday, 5 June 1944 in Paulist Church in Pécs, Baranya, Hungary, Nora Berecz married Dr. Stephen Sziebert age 30, son of Károly Sziebert and Ida Heckinger. They were married at the Paulist Church in the Mecsek Mountains by Szaniszlo Kuhn. Her married name was Nora Sziebert (Berecz). We have a photo of their marriage. Nora Berecz and Dr. Stephen Sziebert had 5 children between 1945 and 1954. All of the children except Les were born in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary. Nora died on 20 July 1994 in Yakima, Washington, USA. Her death was caused by kidney failure, an indirect result of cancer of the abdominal connective tissues which she fought a decade earlier. She was buried on 30 July 1994 in Yakima, Washington, USA.

Citations

  1. [S33] Baptismal Certificate Nora Berecz, 1925.

Charles Horváth

b. 4 December 1926, d. 17 February 1992
Charles Horvath
     Charles was born on 4 December 1926. Charles died on 17 February 1992 in White Plains, New York, USA.

Nándor Matancsi

b. March 1927, d. before 1992
     Nándor was born in March 1927. He died before 1992 Hungary.

István Szelényi

b. 4 March 1928, d. 6 September 2009
     István Szelényi was also known as István Szieberth. István was born on 4 March 1928. He was the son of Béla Szieberth and Gabriella Krebsz. István Szelényi died on 6 September 2009.

Dr. George Gereby

b. circa 1930
     Dr. George Gereby was born circa 1930 in Hungary.