Irma Szieberth

b. 1 August 1880, d. 9 March 1881
     Irma, daughter of Ferdinand (Nandor) Szieberth and Maria Irma Vizkelety, was born in Pécs, Baranya, Hungary, on 1 August 1880. Irma Szieberth was the daughter of Ferdinand (Nandor) Szieberth and Maria Irma Vizkelety. Irma Szieberth was baptized on 8 August 1880 in Belváros Parish, in Pécs, Baranya, Hungary.1 Her baptism name was Maria Albertina Elizabeth Szieberth. Irma died on 9 March 1881 in Pécs, Baranya, Hungary.1

Citations

  1. [S32] Belvarosi Romai Katolikus Egyhaz Pecs Hungary, Pecs Belvarosi Romai Katolikus Egyhaz birth, marriage death records.

János Trischler

b. 4 October 1880
     János Trischler was born on 4 October 1880 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary.1 He was the son of Adam Trischler and Erzsébet Wagner.

Citations

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

Katharine Mostbacher

b. 1881, d. 21 December 1938
     Katharine was born in 1881. In 1900, Katharine Mostbacher married Anton Trischler, son of János Trischler and Margrete Neidhardt. Her married name was Katharine Trischler (Mostbacher). Katharine died on 21 December 1938 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary.1

Children of Katharine Mostbacher and Anton Trischler

Citations

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

Aladár Isépy

b. 23 January 1881, d. 4 July 1950
Aladar Isepy
     Aladár Isépy was born on 23 January 1881 in Szinna, Zemplén, Hungary.1 He was the son of Kálmán Isépy and Mária Csuka. Aladár Isépy was the adoptive parent of Dr. István Isépy and Dr. László Isépy in 1937.2 Aladár wrote the Isépy Family History.2 Aladár Isépy died on 4 July 1950 at age 69.1

Citations

  1. [S63] Isepy, International Genealogical Index (IGI) submission , 2005.
  2. [S113] Aladar Isépy, Isépy Family History, (Esther Vitaly, translator).

Borbála Maul

b. 20 February 1881
     Borbála Maul was born on 20 February 1881 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary.1 She was the daughter of Mathias Maul and Elizabeth Elm.

Citations

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

Antal Käszdorf

b. 24 February 1881
     Antal Käszdorf was born on 24 February 1881 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary.1 He was the son of Kaspar Käszdorf and Borbála Guth.

Citations

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

Valentin Fögler

b. 26 April 1881, d. 5 November 1955
     Valentin Fögler was born on 26 April 1881 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary.1 He was the son of Henrich Fögler and Rosa Ackermann. On Tuesday, 30 September 1902 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary, Valentin Fögler married Borbála Schubert, age 20, daughter of Ferenc Schubert and Elizabeth Kaessler.2 Valentin Fögler died on 5 November 1955 Baranya, Hungary at age 74.

Child of Valentin Fögler and Borbála Schubert

Citations

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

Stefania Balsay

b. 3 May 1881, d. 11 August 1910
1904 Stephania Balsay Isepy
     Stefania Balsay was born on 3 May 1881 in Sátoraljaújhely, Zemplén, Hungary. She was baptized on 3 May 1881 in Sátoraljaújhely, Zemplén, Hungary.1 She was the daughter of Jenö Balsay and Clotilda Horvath. Her baptism name was Istvánka Ilona Balsay. In the spring of 1904, the recently widowed Andor met Stefania when he went for a walk in the Szechenyi Valley, a popular and beautiful park area with his two children. She was walking with her niece. As it turned out, his mother and her mother were schoolmates in Locse. He walked her home and was smitten. His Mom said "Go for it". So he courted Stefania and proposed three weeks later in June 1904.2 On Monday, 21 November 1904 in Kassa, Abauj-Torna, Hungary, Stefania Balsay married Andor Isépy, age 32, son of Odon Isépy and Ilona Kutka. Witnesses: Zoltan Isepy and Jozsef Balsay. They had a two week honeymoon in Budapest.2 Her married name was Stefania Isépy (Balsay). Between 1905 and 1909 Stefania Balsay and Andor Isépy had 4 children. Stefania died on 11 August 1910 in Kassa, Abauj-Torna, Hungary, at age 29. She was visiting her parents in Kassa and fell ill. She had a miscarriage and died 3 weeks later of childbed fever.2 She was buried on 13 August 1910 in Szent Rozália Cemetery, Kassa, Abauj-Torna, Hungary. Her grave is on main road on left of Margit Aranyi monument.2

Children of Stefania Balsay and Andor Isépy

Citations

  1. [S56] Mikrofilmovane The Genealogical Society of Utah, Satoraljauhely, Cirkev rimsko-katolicka church records.
  2. [S68] Andor Isepy, Egy Kék Kancsó Története (History of a Blue Cruet).

Gisella Maria Josepha Fodor

b. 9 May 1881
     Gisella Maria Josepha Fodor was baptized on 9 May 1881 in Székesegyház, in Pécs, Baranya, Hungary. She was born on 9 May 1881 in Pécs, Baranya, Hungary. She was the daughter of Pál Fodor and Janka Obermayer.

Aurelia Margaretha Lukács

b. 19 June 1881
     Aurelia Margaretha Lukács was baptized on 19 June 1881 in Belváros Parish, in Pécs, Baranya, Hungary.1 She was born on 19 June 1881 in Pécs, Baranya, Hungary. She was the daughter of Dr Adolf Lukács and Aranka Fodor.

Citations

  1. [S32] Belvarosi Romai Katolikus Egyhaz Pecs Hungary, Pecs Belvarosi Romai Katolikus Egyhaz birth, marriage death records.

Károly Sziebert

b. 23 June 1881, d. 25 September 1948
1905 Karoly Sziebert
     Károly, son of István Sziebert and Katalin Trischler, was born in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary, on 23 June 1881. Károly Sziebert was the son of István Sziebert and Katalin Trischler. He was baptized on 23 June 1881 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary.1 He went to high school in Pecs, to business school in Budapest and attended the University of Agriculture at Mosonmagyaróvár. Károly served in the Austro-Hungarian Army as Ist Lieutenant of the Artillery with colorful uniform becoming an excellent horseman.2 He married Ida Heckinger, 24, daughter of István Heckinger and Ida Garzó, in Cathedral of Pécs - Chapel of Corpus Christi, Pécs, Baranya, Hungary. They were married by Dezso Szabo. Witnesses: George Lieber and Joseph Simon. He was strongwilled, a good Catholic, outstanding businessman, farmer and a true animal lover, especially of horses, Swiss Simmental cattle and dogs. He also loved trees, planting thousands of them. He liked quality in everything  in land, animals, plants, farm equipment, keeping it in fit condition and good order. He inherited 50 acres and the lease of 250 acres (his sister's property). He bought 1800 acres - equipping it well.2 We have a photo of their marriage. Károly Sziebert and Ida Heckinger had 8 children between 1908 and 1920. All of the children were born in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary. Károly Sziebert appeared in a family photo of 1918 in Németboly. In 1934 he is mentioned in the Baranya directory of notable people. He was a highly successful farmer with four puszyas or farms spread throughout Baranya county, as well as vineyards and other interests. All were forfeited to the Communist government in 1950.3 He made a will 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. Károly died on 25 September 1948 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary at age 67. Cause of death was heart attack.4
"That September morning he went to Mass, then they (his son, Stephen, and granddaughter, Maria) drove the buggy to the puszta. This was the last few acres, the ruins of his former wealth. But this was his, with its rich, black soil! He and Stephen talked about the family and the future. Papa walked around, checked his cows, horses. "Let's go home!" he said. They climbed up the step into the buggy. There he collapsed and died in his son's arms. He suffered a fatal heart attack."5

Children of Károly Sziebert and Ida Heckinger

Citations

  1. [S1] St. John Nepomuc parish registry, Nemetboly, Hungary; Baptisms.
  2. [S709] Dr Stephen Sziebert, "Dr Stephen Sziebert Family History",.
  3. [S111] Laszlo Kalotai, Pecs-Baranyai Ismerteto.
  4. [S35] St. John Nepomuc parish registry, Nemetboly, Hungary; Burials.
  5. [S62] "Our Family, A Journey Through History" Mari Schmidt Horvath,.

Sarolta Belák

b. 28 August 1881
     Sarolta Belák was baptized on 28 August 1881 in Enying, Veszprém, Hungary.1 She was the daughter of Istvan Belák and Margit Huszár.

Citations

  1. [S824] Magyar Orszagos Leveltar, Hungary Reformed Church Christenings, 1624-1895.

Adolf Ferenc Mráz

b. 6 October 1881
1930 Adolph Mraz Frost
     Adolf Ferenc Mráz was born on 6 October 1881 in Prostejov, Olomouc, Czech Republic. He was the son of Václav Mráz and Hildegard Maria Antonia Richter. Adolf Ferenc Mráz emigrated circa 1918 to New York, New York, USA. Circa 1920 in Queens, in New York, New York, America, Adolf Ferenc Mráz married Elizabeth (?). As of 1920, Adolf Ferenc Mráz was also known as Adolph Frost. On 24 January 1920 the Census listed Adolf Ferenc Mráz as the head of a family in New York in New York County, New York.
On 11 April 1940 the Census listed Adolf Ferenc Mráz as the head of a family in New York in New York County, New York.
He registered for military service on 16 April 1942 in New York, New York, USA. In 1948 Adolf Ferenc Mráz lived in Los Angeles, California, USA at 189 N Sycamore Av; Address per wedding invitation list of family member.

Miksa Pap

b. 8 January 1882, d. 5 March 1928
     Miksa Pap was also known as Maximilian Pap. Miksa was born in Német-Lád, Somogy, Hungary, on 8 January 1882. He was the son of Gezá Pap and Janka Kellauer. We have a photo of their marriage. On Tuesday, 19 May 1908 in Pécs, Baranya, Hungary, Miksa Pap married Sari Berecz, age 18, daughter of Károly Berecz and Ella Heindl.1 Miksa died on 5 March 1928 in Pécs, Baranya, Hungary at age 46. Cause of death was tuberculosis.

Children of Miksa Pap and Sari Berecz

Citations

  1. [S32] Belvarosi Romai Katolikus Egyhaz Pecs Hungary, Pecs Belvarosi Romai Katolikus Egyhaz birth, marriage death records.

Ilona Szieberth

b. 6 March 1882, d. 19 May 1882
     Ilona Szieberth was born on 6 March 1882 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary.1 She was the daughter of János Pál Szieberth and Mária Kovacsevics. Ilona Szieberth died on 19 May 1882 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.

Dr Frigyes Szieberth

b. 4 April 1882, d. 19 December 1914
     Frigyes, son of Ferdinand (Nandor) Szieberth and Maria Irma Vizkelety, was born in Pécs, Baranya, Hungary, on 4 April 1882. Dr Frigyes Szieberth was the son of Ferdinand (Nandor) Szieberth and Maria Irma Vizkelety. Dr Frigyes Szieberth was baptized on 6 April 1882 in Belváros Parish, in Pécs, Baranya, Hungary.1 His baptism name was Frigyes Ambrose Szieberth. On Wednesday, 16 July 1913 in Belváros Parish in Pécs, Baranya, Hungary, Dr Frigyes Szieberth married Maria Irma Berecz, age 22, daughter of Károly Berecz and Ella Heindl.1 Frigyes died on 19 December 1914 Hungary at age 32. Disappeared in WWI.

Child of Dr Frigyes Szieberth and Maria Irma Berecz

Citations

  1. [S32] Belvarosi Romai Katolikus Egyhaz Pecs Hungary, Pecs Belvarosi Romai Katolikus Egyhaz birth, marriage death records.

Joanna Aurelia Maria Fodor

b. 22 April 1882
     Joanna Aurelia Maria Fodor was baptized on 22 April 1882 in Székesegyház, in Pécs, Baranya, Hungary. She was born on 22 April 1882 in Pécs, Baranya, Hungary. She was the daughter of Pál Fodor and Janka Obermayer.

Borbála Schubert

b. 21 May 1882, d. 20 April 1967
     Borbála Schubert was born on 21 May 1882 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary.1 She was the daughter of Ferenc Schubert and Elizabeth Kaessler. On Tuesday, 30 September 1902 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary, Borbála Schubert married Valentin Fögler, age 21, son of Henrich Fögler and Rosa Ackermann.2 Her married name was Borbála Fögler (Schubert). Borbála Schubert died on 20 April 1967 Baranya, Hungary at age 84.

Child of Borbála Schubert and Valentin Fögler

Citations

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

Teréz Rudolf

b. 20 June 1882
     Teréz Rudolf was born on 20 June 1882 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary.1 She was the daughter of Adam Rudolf and Borbála Guth. On Tuesday, 8 May 1900 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary, Teréz Rudolf married Kaspar Käszdorf, age 25, son of Kaspar Käszdorf and Borbála Guth.2 Her married name was Teréz Käszdorf (Rudolf).

Child of Teréz Rudolf and Kaspar Käszdorf

Citations

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

Erzsébet Maul

b. 24 June 1882
     Erzsébet Maul was born on 24 June 1882 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary.1 She was the daughter of Mathias Maul and Elizabeth Elm.

Citations

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

Terezia Käszdorf

b. 4 July 1882
     Terezia Käszdorf was born on 4 July 1882 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary.1 She was the daughter of Kaspar Käszdorf and Borbála Guth.

Citations

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

Mária Christina Heckinger

b. 21 July 1882, d. 2 May 1936
     Mária, daughter of István Heckinger and Ida Garzó, was born in Baja, Bács-Bodrog, Hungary, on 21 July 1882.1 Mária Christina Heckinger was the daughter of István Heckinger and Ida Garzó. Her married name was Mária Christina Kristo (Hekinger). On Wednesday, 8 August 1906 in Pécs, Baranya, Hungary, Mária Christina Heckinger married Mihály Kristo, age 28.2 Mária died on 2 May 1936 in Budapest, Pest-Pilis-Solt-Kis-Kun, Hungary at age 53.

Children of Mária Christina Heckinger and Mihály Kristo

Citations

  1. [S157] Hekinger, Ida Garzo Hekinger Prayerbook.
  2. [S938] Hungarian Civil Registration 1895 - 1980.

Anna Isépy

b. 2 January 1883, d. 28 June 1950
     Anna Isépy was born on 2 January 1883 in Szinna, Zemplén, Hungary.1 She was the daughter of Kálmán Isépy and Mária Csuka. She was baptized on 14 March 1883 in Reformed Church, in Homonna, Zemplén, Hungary Her godfather was Lajos Cseley.2 Her baptism name was Anna Martha Emma Izsepy. On Saturday, 20 August 1904 in Eperjes, Sáros, Hungary, Anna Isépy married Kornél Teltsch. Her married name was Anna Teltsch (Isépy). Anna Isépy died on 28 June 1950 at age 67.1

Children of Anna Isépy and Kornél Teltsch

Citations

  1. [S63] Isepy, International Genealogical Index (IGI) submission , 2005.
  2. [S688] FamilySearch.org, Homonna, Hungary reformed church records 1882-1895.

József Trischler

b. 17 January 1883
     József Trischler was born on 17 January 1883 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary.1 He was the son of Adam Trischler and Erzsébet Wagner.

Citations

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

Gizella Olga Lukács

b. 18 January 1883
     Gizella Olga Lukács was baptized on 18 January 1883 in Székesegyház, in Pécs, Baranya, Hungary. She was born on 18 January 1883 in Pécs, Baranya, Hungary. She was the daughter of Dr Adolf Lukács and Aranka Fodor.

József Heckinger

b. 13 February 1883
     József Heckinger was baptized on 13 February 1883 in Belváros Parish, in Baja, Bács-Bodrog, Hungary.1 He was the son of Gyula Heckinger and Julianna Stigmon.

Citations

  1. [S64] Belváros parish registry, Baja, Hungary; Baptisms.

Vilma Szabó

b. 3 March 1883
     Vilma Szabó was baptized on 3 March 1883 in Bogdása, Baranya, Hungary.1 She was the daughter of Elek Szabó and Vilma Heindl. Her baptism name was Vilma Etelka Maria Szabó.

Citations

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

Ernest Mráz

b. 17 June 1883, d. 2 December 1899
     Ernest Mráz was baptized on 17 June 1883 in Prostejov, Olomouc, Czech Republic. He was the son of Václav Mráz and Hildegard Maria Antonia Richter. Ernest Mráz died on 2 December 1899 in Székesfehérvár, Fejér, Hungary at age 16.

Stefánia Belák

b. 22 July 1883, d. 8 July 1933
     Stefánia Belák was born on 22 July 1883 in Enying, Fejér, Hungary. She was the daughter of Istvan Belák and Margit Huszár. Stefánia Belák was baptized on 5 August 1883 in Enying, Veszprém, Hungary.1 On Tuesday, 24 April 1906 Hungary, Stefánia Belák married Henrik Ferencz Venczel Mráz, age 30, son of Václav Mráz and Hildegard Maria Antonia Richter. Her married name was Stefánia Mráz (Belák). Stefánia Belák died on 8 July 1933 in Albertfalva, in Budapest, Pest-Pilis-Solt-Kis-Kun, Hungary at age 49.

Citations

  1. [S824] Magyar Orszagos Leveltar, Hungary Reformed Church Christenings, 1624-1895.

Ida Heckinger

b. 1 September 1883, d. 19 November 1959
1905 Ida Heckinger Sziebert
     Ida, daughter of István Heckinger and Ida Garzó, was born in Baja, Bács-Bodrog, Hungary, on 1 September 1883.1 Ida Heckinger was the daughter of István Heckinger and Ida Garzó. She was baptized on 22 September 1883 in Budapest, Pest-Pilis-Solt-Kis-Kun, Hungary.2 Her baptism name was Ida Erzsebet Heckinger. In 1904 Ida graduated from the Elizabeth Academy of Budapest. She was trained as a math and physics high school teacher. She was the brightest of the six Hekinger girls, obtaining one of the two scholarships to the Women's College in Budapest. She became a high school teacher in mathematics, physics and physical education. She taught for two years.3
Karoly traveled to Pecs where there was culture, social happenings, theater and dances. While attending a ball he met a young lady, who stole his heart. Ida Heckinger had golden hair, beauty and brains. Her father, Mr. Heckinger, was a high school principal. Ida came from the city from a well-educated, refined family. She loved to play the piano and sing songs about a happy-go-lucky farmer returning to his home and some gypsy music about some love struck bunnies. The Szieberts were puritans, they believed in hard work and no play. Ida arrived to Boly with fine clothes, fancy hats, lots and lots of dreams. Well most of those dreams ended up in the bottom of her trunk.4 She married Károly Sziebert, 26, son of István Sziebert and Katalin Trischler, in Cathedral of Pécs - Chapel of Corpus Christi, Pécs, Baranya, Hungary, on 29 February 1908. They were married by Dezso Szabo. Witnesses: George Lieber and Joseph Simon. Her married name was Ida Sziebert (Hekinger). We have a photo of their marriage. Ida Heckinger and Károly Sziebert had 8 children between 1908 and 1920. All of the children were born in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary. Ida appeared in the family photo in Károly Sziebert's household of 1918 in Németboly, Baranya, Hungary. Ida died on 19 November 1959 in Pécs, Baranya, Hungary at age 76. "In 1959 Ida Heckinger Sziebert developed pneumonia, her body was hot with fever. Her lips dry, her face flushed. Her breathing was labored and difficult. Her daughter, Teri tried to hum a happy tune: Grandma's favorite was "The Return of the Jolly Farmer" or the song about the "Bunnies." Her daughter, Dia was stroking her forehand gently and prayers were being said. Finally, Ida Heckinger Sziebert's tired heart stopped on November 19, 1959."4

Children of Ida Heckinger and Károly Sziebert

Citations

  1. [S157] Hekinger, Ida Garzo Hekinger Prayerbook.
  2. [S24] Ida Erzsebet Hekinger, Baptismal cert, September 22, 1883.
  3. [S709] Dr Stephen Sziebert, "Dr Stephen Sziebert Family History",.
  4. [S62] "Our Family, A Journey Through History" Mari Schmidt Horvath,.