Anna Streb

b. 25 June 1822
     Anna Streb was born on 25 June 1822 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary.1 She was the daughter of Baltazar Streb and Anna Maria Szieberth.

Citations

  1. [S1] St. John Nepomuc parish registry, Nemetboly, Hungary; Baptisms.

Anna Borbála Trischler

b. 8 July 1822, d. 21 December 1890
     Anna Borbála Trischler was born on 8 July 1822 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary. She was married to Lajos Klug.1 She was the daughter of János Adam Trischler and Elizabeth Mak. Anna Borbála Trischler died on 21 December 1890 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary at age 68.2

Citations

  1. [S1] St. John Nepomuc parish registry, Nemetboly, Hungary; Baptisms.
  2. [S35] St. John Nepomuc parish registry, Nemetboly, Hungary; Burials.

János Isépy

b. 8 August 1822, d. 16 October 1825
     János Isépy was born on 8 August 1822 in Petrik, Zemplén, Hungary.1 He was the son of János Isépy and Zsuzsanna Csicsery. János Isépy died on 16 October 1825 in Petrik, Zemplén, Hungary at age 3.1

Citations

  1. [S113] Aladar Isépy, Isépy Family History, (Esther Vitaly, translator).

Istvan Trischler

b. 27 August 1822
     Istvan Trischler was born on 27 August 1822 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary.1 He was the son of Péter Trischler and Elizabeth Payer.

Citations

  1. [S1] St. John Nepomuc parish registry, Nemetboly, Hungary; Baptisms.

Anton Ipster

b. 19 September 1822
     Anton Ipster was baptized on 19 September 1822 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary.1 He was the son of Johan Ipster and Gertrude Szieberth.

Citations

  1. [S1] St. John Nepomuc parish registry, Nemetboly, Hungary; Baptisms.

Teréz Schultz

b. 26 September 1822, d. 6 October 1822
     Teréz, daughter of Bálint Schultz and Teréz Hirt, was born in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary, on 26 September 1822. Godparents were John and Juliana Dendel.1 Teréz Schultz was the daughter of Bálint Schultz and Teréz Hirt. Teréz Schultz died on 6 October 1822 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary.2

Citations

  1. [S1] St. John Nepomuc parish registry, Nemetboly, Hungary; Baptisms.
  2. [S34] St. John Nepomuc parish registry, Nemetboly, Hungary; Weddings.

Antal Szieberth

b. 29 September 1822, d. 29 January 1862
     Antal Szieberth was baptized on 29 September 1822 in Rácpetre, Baranya, Hungary. He was the son of Johan Szieberth and Elizabeth Dillman. On Tuesday, 29 February 1848 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary, Antal Szieberth married Éva Riebsam, age 24, daughter of János Riebsam and Éva Braunstein.1 Antal Szieberth died on 29 January 1862 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary at age 39.2

Children of Antal Szieberth and Éva Riebsam

Citations

  1. [S34] St. John Nepomuc parish registry, Nemetboly, Hungary; Weddings.
  2. [S35] St. John Nepomuc parish registry, Nemetboly, Hungary; Burials.

Elizabeth Meinzinger

b. 22 October 1822
     Elizabeth Meinzinger was born on 22 October 1822 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary. She was the daughter of Jacob Meinzinger and Anna Maria Szieberth.

Conrad Trischler

b. 5 November 1822, d. 20 February 1893
     Conrad Trischler was born on 5 November 1822 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary.1 He was the son of József Trischler and Margaretha Schmidt. On Tuesday, 31 January 1843 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary, Conrad Trischler married Juliana Vogel, age 18, daughter of József Vogel and Anna Maria Hergenröder.2 Conrad Trischler died on 20 February 1893 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary at age 70. Cause of death was apoplexy or a stroke.3

Children of Conrad Trischler and Juliana Vogel

Citations

  1. [S1] St. John Nepomuc parish registry, Nemetboly, Hungary; Baptisms.
  2. [S34] St. John Nepomuc parish registry, Nemetboly, Hungary; Weddings.
  3. [S35] St. John Nepomuc parish registry, Nemetboly, Hungary; Burials.

Paulus Emericus Gabriel Kutka

b. 12 November 1822
     Paulus Emericus Gabriel Kutka was baptized on 12 November 1822 in Homonna, Zemplén, Hungary.1 He was the son of Antal Kutka and Elisabeth Maria Szentléleky.

Citations

  1. [S108] Mikrofilmovane The Genealogical Society of Utah, Homonna, Cirkev rimsko-katolicka church records.

Anna Catherina Werner

b. 17 November 1822, d. 14 January 1823
     Anna Catherina Werner was born on 17 November 1822 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary.1 She was the daughter of Henry Werner and Margaretha Sommers. Anna Catherina Werner died on 14 January 1823 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary.2

Citations

  1. [S1] St. John Nepomuc parish registry, Nemetboly, Hungary; Baptisms.
  2. [S35] St. John Nepomuc parish registry, Nemetboly, Hungary; Burials.

Michael Balczer

b. 24 November 1822
     Michael Balczer was born on 24 November 1822 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary.1 He was the son of Anton Balczer and Catherina Baches.

Citations

  1. [S1] St. John Nepomuc parish registry, Nemetboly, Hungary; Baptisms.

Juliana Pfeil

b. 9 December 1822, d. 26 December 1822
     Juliana Pfeil was baptized on 9 December 1822 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary Godparents: Joannes and Margaretha Fuhres.1 She was the daughter of Johan Pfeil and Margaretha Käsz. Juliana Pfeil died on 26 December 1822 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary.2

Citations

  1. [S1] St. John Nepomuc parish registry, Nemetboly, Hungary; Baptisms.
  2. [S35] St. John Nepomuc parish registry, Nemetboly, Hungary; Burials.

Eva Feldmann

b. 9 December 1822
     Eva Feldmann was born on 9 December 1822 in Kéménd, Baranya, Hungary. She was the daughter of János Feldmann and Juliana Pfeil.

Juliana Volk

b. 5 January 1823
     Juliana Volk was born on 5 January 1823 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary.1 She was the daughter of József Volk and Anna Margaretha Szieberth.

Citations

  1. [S1] St. John Nepomuc parish registry, Nemetboly, Hungary; Baptisms.

János Trischler

b. 7 January 1823, d. 17 January 1823
     János Trischler was born on 7 January 1823 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary.1 He was the son of Henry Trischler and Gertrud Wagner. János Trischler died on 17 January 1823 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary.2

Citations

  1. [S1] St. John Nepomuc parish registry, Nemetboly, Hungary; Baptisms.
  2. [S35] St. John Nepomuc parish registry, Nemetboly, Hungary; Burials.

Károly Sziebert

b. 28 January 1823, d. 8 May 1905
1900 Karoly Sziebert
     Károly, son of Ferdinánd Szieberth and Anna Werner, was born in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary, on 28 January 1823.1,2 Károly Sziebert was the son of Ferdinánd Szieberth and Anna Werner. Károly Sziebert was baptized on 28 January 1823 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary. Godparents were John and Margaret Heresbacher.1,2 On Tuesday, 14 January 1845 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary, Károly Sziebert married Lizzi Schultz, age 20, daughter of Bálint Schultz and Teréz Hirt. Married by Menyhert Baumholzer. Witnesses: John Herresbacher and John Dendi.3 Károly Sziebert and Lizzi Schultz had one child. He was originally trained in the making of a kind of overcoat (szur). But he was not particularly interested in it, so he started to work in the leather business. With this he made fortunes. His son Stephan began exporting leather. They both knew when to stop. The next thing they got into was land. Great-grandfather purchased the so-called "Old Range". After that, whatever was available. There was Lukas-field, Vasut (railroad) range with the grainery, land in Marazan, one in Ziegelofen (Karoly's purchase). Additionally there were the vineyards in Marienberg (part of the Trischler dowry), Tukar (a name that sounded like Tokaj), Dreispitz and Hohlkeller with the enormous concrete barrels in the wine caves and who knows what and where else.4 He was a witness at János Morshhauser and Mária Schwartzkopf's wedding in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary, on 14 May 1861.3
He was trained as a tailor but his real love was buying and selling fine wines. He made his fortune as a wine dealer. He was considered a good businessman. He was known as the fun-loving grandfather. Described as tall, lean, fun-loving and generous. He was an enthusiastic theater-goer.5 In 1881they resided in Pécs, Baranya, Hungary,at 13 Janos Utca. This house was built in Pecs in 1712. On November 18, 1872, Nandor Szieberth bought the house for 5,000 forints. On January 19, 1881 at an auction Karoly Sziebert and Elisabeth Schultz Sziebert bought this house for 15,250 forints. In 1885 the house still belonged to them. This house in town provided a city dwelling for these rural residents to attend school or theater.6 Károly died on 8 May 1905 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary at age 82. Cause of death was a stroke.7,8

Child of Károly Sziebert and Lizzi Schultz

Citations

  1. [S1] St. John Nepomuc parish registry, Nemetboly, Hungary; Baptisms.
  2. [S15] Karoly Sibert, Certified copy of original birth certificate. Copy dated April 2, 1944.
  3. [S34] St. John Nepomuc parish registry, Nemetboly, Hungary; Weddings.
  4. [S28] Gitta Lieber Kardos, "Gitta Lieber Kardos' Sziebert Family History",.
  5. [S709] Dr Stephen Sziebert, "Dr Stephen Sziebert Family History",.
  6. [S57] Pecs map and land title listing, Volume 1 -2: Janos. u. 13 sz. (Janos (John) Street) passed to the ownership of Karoly Sziebert in 1881 purchased from the wife of his cousin, Nandor Sziebert.
  7. [S156] Sziebert, Georg Sziebert Family Bible.
  8. [S604] Hungary Funeral Notices 1840-1990.

Constantin Sigismundus Dulovits

b. 1 February 1823
     Constantin Sigismundus Dulovits was baptized on 1 February 1823 in Kézsmárk, Szépes, Hungary.1 He was the son of Márton Dulovits and Anna Elizabeth Chiárle.

Citations

  1. [S53] Mikrofilmovane The Genealogical Society of Utah, Kezmarok, Cirkev rimsko-katolicka church records.

Nicolas Beck

b. 18 March 1823
     Nicolas Beck was also known as Miklos Beck. He was born on 18 March 1823 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary.1 He was the son of Henry Beck and Maria Éva Szieberth. On Tuesday, 8 July 1851 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary, Nicolas Beck married Anna Trischler, age 19, daughter of József Trischler and Margaretha Schmidt.

Children of Nicolas Beck and Anna Trischler

Citations

  1. [S1] St. John Nepomuc parish registry, Nemetboly, Hungary; Baptisms.

Catherina Picha

b. 15 May 1823
     Catherina Picha was baptized on 15 May 1823 in Bogdása, Baranya, Hungary.1 She was the daughter of Vencel István Picha and Mária Klára Kindel.

Citations

  1. [S727] Magyar Orszagos Leveltar, Hungary Catholic Church Records, 1636-1895.

Barbara Mráz

b. 29 May 1823
     Barbara Mráz was born on 29 May 1823 in Pencin, Liberec, Liberec, Czech Republic. She was the daughter of Jan Mráz and Marie Janna Lankase.

Pál Feutscher

b. 28 June 1823, d. 12 March 1834
     Pál Feutscher was baptized on 28 June 1823 in Magyaróvár, Györ-Moson-Sopron, Hungary.1 He was the son of Pál Feitscher and Anna Johanna Fobbe. Pál Feutscher died on 12 March 1834 in Magyaróvár, Györ-Moson-Sopron, Hungary at age 10.1

Citations

  1. [S708] Filmre vette a Genealogical Society of Utah, Magyaróvár, Hungary Catholic church records.

Anna Maria Pfeil

b. 9 August 1823
     Anna, daughter of Henry Pfeil and Borbála Meisser, was born in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary, on 9 August 1823.1 Anna Maria Pfeil was the daughter of Henry Pfeil and Borbála Meisser.

Citations

  1. [S1] St. John Nepomuc parish registry, Nemetboly, Hungary; Baptisms.

Éva Riebsam

b. 9 October 1823
     Éva Riebsam was born on 9 October 1823 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary.1 She was the daughter of János Riebsam and Éva Braunstein. On Tuesday, 29 February 1848 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary, Éva Riebsam married Antal Szieberth, age 25, son of Johan Szieberth and Elizabeth Dillman.2 Her married name was Éva Szieberth (Riebsam).

Children of Éva Riebsam and Antal Szieberth

Citations

  1. [S1] St. John Nepomuc parish registry, Nemetboly, Hungary; Baptisms.
  2. [S34] St. John Nepomuc parish registry, Nemetboly, Hungary; Weddings.

Simon Fürész

b. 27 October 1823
     Simon Fürész was born on 27 October 1823 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary.1 He was the son of János Fürész and Margaretha Käszdorf.

Citations

  1. [S1] St. John Nepomuc parish registry, Nemetboly, Hungary; Baptisms.

Borbála Balsay

b. November 1823, d. 21 January 1824
     Borbála Balsay was born in November 1823 in Pósfalva, Sáros, Hungary.1 She was the daughter of János Balsay and Anna Barsa. Borbála Balsay died on 21 January 1824 in Pósfalva, Sáros, Hungary.1

Citations

  1. [S627] Mikrofilmy boli zhotoven The Genealogical Society of Utah, Pósfalu, Cirkevna matrika.

Julia Pfeil

b. 20 December 1823, d. 2 June 1882
1860 Julia Pfeil
     Julia Pfeil was also known as Juliana Pfeil. Julia, daughter of Johan Pfeil and Margaretha Käsz, was born in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary, on 20 December 1823.1,2 Julia Pfeil was baptized on 20 December 1823 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary. Godparents: Joannes Fuhres and his daughter, Margaretha.1,2 She was the daughter of Johan Pfeil and Margaretha Käsz. On Thursday, 29 August 1839 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary, Julia Pfeil married Antal Trischler, age 20, son of Andreas Trischler and Elizabeth Gut. They were married by Menyard Baumholzer. Witnesses: Gyorgy Schubert and Jozsef Bischof.3 Her married name was Julia Trischler (Pfeil). Julia Pfeil and Antal Trischler had 3 children. Julia died on 2 June 1882 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary, at age 58. The cause of her death was listed as dropsy...edema. This may be caused by congestive heart failure or failure of various organs.4,5

Children of Julia Pfeil and Antal Trischler

Citations

  1. [S1] St. John Nepomuc parish registry, Nemetboly, Hungary; Baptisms.
  2. [S12] Juliana Pfeil, Certified copy of birth certificate dated April 7, 1944.
  3. [S34] St. John Nepomuc parish registry, Nemetboly, Hungary; Weddings.
  4. [S35] St. John Nepomuc parish registry, Nemetboly, Hungary; Burials.
  5. [S158] Sziebert, Katalin Trischler Sziebert Prayerbook.

Elizabeth Szieberth

b. 22 December 1823
     Elizabeth, daughter of Adam Szieberth and Elisabeth Beck, was born in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary, on 22 December 1823.1 Elizabeth Szieberth was the daughter of Adam Szieberth and Elisabeth Beck. On Tuesday, 17 February 1846 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary, Elizabeth Szieberth married János Trischler, age 21, son of Henry Trischler and Gertrud Wagner.2 Her married name was Elizabeth Trischler (Szieberth). On Tuesday, 10 February 1857 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary, Elizabeth Szieberth married Peter Pétz.2 Her married name was Elizabeth Pétz (Szieberth).

Children of Elizabeth Szieberth and János Trischler

Children of Elizabeth Szieberth and Peter Pétz

Citations

  1. [S1] St. John Nepomuc parish registry, Nemetboly, Hungary; Baptisms.
  2. [S34] St. John Nepomuc parish registry, Nemetboly, Hungary; Weddings.

Albertina Reck

b. 1824, d. 23 May 1885
     Albertina Reck was born in 1824 in Pécs, Baranya, Hungary. Circa 1845 in Pécs, Baranya, Hungary, Albertina Reck married Imre Vizkelety. Her married name was Albertina Vizkelety (Reck). Albertina Reck died on 23 May 1885 in Pécs, Baranya, Hungary.1

Child of Albertina Reck and Imre Vizkelety

Citations

  1. [S604] Hungary Funeral Notices 1840-1990.

Károly Berecz

b. 10 January 1824, d. 8 December 1882
1860 Karoly Berecz
     Károly, son of Maté Berecz and Agatha Jaksich, was born in Pécs, Baranya, Hungary, on 10 January 1824.1 He was baptized on 10 January 1824 in Belváros Parish, in Pécs, Baranya, Hungary Godparents are Sebastian Bohm and Anna Berpich.2,1 Károly Berecz was the son of Maté Berecz and Agatha Jaksich. His baptism name was Carolus Böröcz.1 On Monday, 5 May 1851 in Veszprém, Veszprém, Hungary, Károly Berecz married Nina Erdössy, age 21, daughter of János Erdössy and Mária Melchior. Married by his brother, Jozsef Berecz. Witnesses: Alajos Szammer and Gyorgy Blauhorn. Károly Berecz and Nina Erdössy had 13 children. Most of the children were born in Pécs, Baranya, Hungary. Five of the children died during childhood. In 1858 he resided at #6 Kossuth Lane, Pécs, Baranya, Hungary. This house was built before 1694 and in that year was transferred from the property of Mehemed Silistar, a Turkish aga, to Frigyes Krenner, the postmaster of Pecs. This house had three stories and 8 rooms. Matyas Berecz, a tanner, purchased the property from Ferenc Xaver Grill on September 23, 1822 for 13,000 forints and the exchange of another piece of property. In the 1856 land census the street is referred to as Fo (Main) Street. Karoly Berecz inherited #6 Kossuth Lane, Pecs on March 3, 1858. This street was called Kiraly (King) Street from 1864. In 1864, Karoly Berecz purchased #8 Kossuth Lane from Sandor Reinfeld thereby extending his property. In 1882 when Karoly Berecz died, the properties passed to his children and were still in their possession in 1885.3 Károly Berecz was employed as a spice merchant. Between 1864 and 1889 he resided at #11 and 11a Perczel, Pécs, Baranya, Hungary..3 Károly died on 8 December 1882 in Pécs, Baranya, Hungary at age 58. Cause of death = apoplexia. Died suddenly while in his work area in the basement of his house.4 He was buried on 10 December 1882 in Pécs, Baranya, Hungary.1

Children of Károly Berecz and Nina Erdössy

Citations

  1. [S32] Belvarosi Romai Katolikus Egyhaz Pecs Hungary, Pecs Belvarosi Romai Katolikus Egyhaz birth, marriage death records.
  2. [S9] Karoly Berecz, Baptismal record: Parents listed as Mathias Borocz and Agatha Jaksich, January 10, 1824.
  3. [S57] Pecs map and land title listing, Volume 1 -2.
  4. [S604] Hungary Funeral Notices 1840-1990.