Re: [S-R] Austria Military
- :) Always glad to help, I see the name on page 4 of 5 but i dont know whats it in relation to :).
Also i just found out the one of the Benjak (Benak) was in the US and was either in the Air Force or working for the Air Force, he was going to get a Patent on something he invented and either on the way there or they way home he got beat up and the patent was stolen.. Not sure what the invention was but his name was Frank Benjak. Anna also had two other sisters that I know about mary and Teresa.
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Sent: Friday, June 11, 2004 3:58 PM
Subject: Re: [S-R] Austria Military
--- In SLOVAK-ROOTS@yahoogroups.com, "David Decker" <maze_r@h...>
> Here is the 5 scanned documetns along with steve and anna' ss-5
> Jolan is a woman's name (my grandmother) Jolan Maczek.
Very good !
Have been researching surnames from Austrian/Italian Tirol at other
You finally put a handle on a surname I actually know something about
Friedrich Graf von Toggenburg (1866 - 1956) Tirol, Austria 1914-1917.
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> From: Frank
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> Sent: Friday, June 11, 2004 4:29 AM
> Subject: Re: [S-R] Austria Military
> --- In SLOVAK-ROOTS@yahoogroups.com, "David Decker" <maze_r@h...>
> > Frank
> > The Austrian Document starts with
> > Meinem Liben Enkelkind
> > Jolan Maczek Edle von Viernehr
> > zune Blaibuten Erinnerung
> > Bin Fotografin
> > Adelsdiploms
> > Oberst d. R.
> > Holoubnov CSR aw 8 Januanor 1939
> > (rough estimate of the letters and what not, supposed to be
> I think i had it translated a while back roughly to english) I
> the pages scanned and saved as jpg files if you would like to
> > Page two
> > Wir
> > Karl Der Srite
> > Coffes von Gunden
> > Raifer von Sejterreich
> > Konig von Ungaun
> > And keeps on going :)
> > Like i said its a rought esitmate. My other computer with the
> majority of my family tree stuff just crashed this morning, so im
> to pull up #2 to play on.
> > My grandfather Steve Kondrc worked at the Pittsburg Plate and
> would i be able to contact them for employment records and/or
> it give any valuable information?
> > Still cant find steve kondrc from ellis island.
> > I dont know if i already said this but i did find steve kondrc
> the 1920 adn 1930 census for PA. First he was named Steve Kordic
> the in 1930 it was Steve Kondris. All Family members where
> for in both Census forms so i know its them. Fun fun trying to
> of all the variations of the Kondrc that could have been spelled
> just mistranslated. Well im off for a bit,
> > Keep up the good info.
> > David Decker
> I can translate document too if I had a copy of it.
> Otherwise have to spend days or weeks trying to determine what
> the actual German words.
> Some of the words are obviously misspelled.
> Meinem Liben Enkelkind
> Meinen Liebes Enkelkind
> My dear grandchild
> Jolan Maczek Edle von Viernehr
> ? Maczek Edle von
> Maczek noble from
> (Jolán is Hungarian female name meaning Yolanda.
> If it was a male name Jolan probably Czech ? )
> memory, keepsake
> bin Fotografin
> am photographer
> adels = (pl) nobility
> diploms = (pl) certificates
> Oberst d. R.
> Colonel das
> Holoubnov CSR aw 8 Januanor 1939
> on Januar
> Holubnov was probably a town located in Czech-Bohemia.
> "Anschluss" - Annexation of Austria by Germany in 1938
> In 1938 Germany annexed parts of Bohemia and Moravia as well and
> created a country called the second Czecho-Slovak Republic.
> Then in 1939 Hitler's Germany incorporated Bohemia and Moravia
> CSR = C^echoslovensko (Czechoslovakia) Republika
> d. R.? Perhaps (the Third German " Reich") ?
> wir (probably royal "we")
> Karl Der Srite
> Karl Der Dritte
> German King Carl the III (German) Holy Roman Empire circa 887
> Raifer von Sejterreich
> Rainer von Österreich
> Rainer of Austria
> For example,
> (King) Victor Emanuel II. von Savoy Sardinien married to Adelheid
> Oesterreich, daughter of Rainer von Oesterreich.
> Konig von Ungaun
> König von Ungarn
> King of Hungary
> I don't know what you have.
> High ranking royalty, kings over a thousand year, nobility etc.
> Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co. was founded in 1883 and the company's
> first plant was in Creighton, PA, near Pittsburgh, PA.
> As far as employee records from Pittsburgh Plate Glass.
> My experience with other large companies has been that such
> were junked and destroyed many, many decades ago.
> Frank K
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