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Charlotte Sora Marie|
Lugmayr - Frantz
maiden name: Frantz
born 30. June 1949 in Linz, Austria
I live in Hellmonsoedt, a little village in the hills, near Linz, Austria.
I like genealogy, history, archaeology, literature, gardening, herbal medicine (I have plant Comfrey in my garden and make my own Comfrey Ointment every year), cooking with natural products (I am vegetarian), horseriding, painting, play the piano and my Cat Russy-Boy.
Searching noble families
from Austrian - Hungarian Monarchy
- my mothers family
Zieletzky von Potschenitz from Moravia
(Olmütz - Prerau - Buchlau - Kremsier)
(Grafen Zieletzky von Potschenitz)
name later wrote Zelecky von Pocenic,
Zeletzky von Potschenitz - Zelezny, Zelecki, Zielecky - and all relatives of this family
Schwarz/Weiss - Wappen - Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Muenchen
Wolny, Schwoy, Prochazka, Siebmacher, Gotha,
Archivrat J.F. Haeussler (Larisch-Moennich - Ahnen und Stammbaeume Troppau)
Some Zelezny emigrated to America.
JEWISH branch of ZELEZNY from Prague, Bohemia.
Also Native Americans from my mother side.
Searching my fathers FRANTZ family - my GrGrGrandfather was a Polish-Jew and converted to Protestant. Many members of the Jewish Frantz family from Poland died in the Holocaust.
Always remembered, never forgotten
I have made FamilyTreeDNA and have found 179 Cousins in America, Australia, Israel, Brasil and Canada - most of them are Jewish - just searching my relatives living in Israel
I have added:
Blythe Family and relatives from Eastern Cherokee Tribe, Cherokee, NC
I have searched for my friend Ronald. His father was after the WWII stationed in Linz, Austria and have found his Memory side by find a grave - please look:
SSgt. Andrew Johnson BLYTHE, National Cemetery Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Jewish Cemeteries Upper-Austria
(Gmunden, Linz, Steyr)
Jewish Cemetery Lower-Austria
Jewish Cemeteries Bohemia
(Hluboka, Rosenberg, Krumau, Budweis)
Holocaust Victims, died after liberation, buried in the Upper- Austrian Cemeteries:
KZ Friedhof Ebensee
Stadtfriedhof St. Martin bei Linz
Cemeteries in Lower-Austria:
Jewish Cemetery Ybbs a.d.Donau
Always remembered - never forgotten...
Thank you for visiting the graves and for the flowers.
Little Genia Spindler, buried Jewish Cemetery Linz
My beloved father:
Heinrich Manfred Peter Frantz, died age 59 - Cancer
My beloved mother:
Charlotte von Lang Frantz, died age 57 - commited suicide
My beloved sister:
Elisabeth Brigitte Charlotte Frantz Stadlbauer, died age 40 - MS
Please PM me when something is wrong or you have informations. Thank you.
You can call me:
0043 - 664 - 49 31 091
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|RAP||RE: You are welcome...|
Awwww, thank you. I had not visited Lucky's memorial today yet.
Added by RAP on Mar 22, 2015 8:36 AM
|RAP||Draggin and Sailor|
Thanks for visiting Draggin and Sailor and leaving them a cute Easter basket. That was a nice surprise.
Added by RAP on Mar 22, 2015 8:28 AM
|Barbara (Kirsch) Day||RE: Hello from Austria !|
Yes if it is easy to do that, I would love to see anything of the Mautners if you do find any Birth of Wolfgang Mautner...that is the most important one I need to find of his birth. I have nothing to go on. I do have a picture of him and found on ancestry.com a picture of a Michael Mautner who lived in Missouri..who may be a close relative of Wolfgang.
Thank you for transferring Hoover and Samuel Lambert to my care. Your thoughtfulness is appreciated, and for all the work you have done on Find A Grave.
March 22nd, 5th Sunday in Lent.
I thank JESUS, for dying on the Cross for me a sinner, saved by HIS Grace.
Added by Lorraine on Mar 21, 2015 10:28 AM
|Barbara (Kirsch) Day||Mautner|
I am researching my ancestry of the Mautners. I keep hitting block on the ones who came to MN. I havwe no record of Wolfgang Mautner. other than his age being 1804 and he died in MN. He is in the passenger with His wife Catherine b-1804 and Joseph b- 1837 or 1836 I have all the descendents of the family and on Wolfgangs death record it says his father was Michael. I think he has a brother or cousing who came too on the same ship in 1852 by the name Michael who is a year oe two younbger than he. He settled in Missouri. I do not know of any them. On the ship they spelled his name Mauthner, but it is Mautner. Also I have done a DNA test and the result say I have traces of Jewish descent. He is listed as a German Baptist from Behemia, Bavaria, Austria all diffrent census. I am wondering if they changed the religion because of the hard life in Europe there. If you could help me out it would be great. Oh and dthe other Mautner on the ship is a servant(Which is common back then to be part of payment) Her name was Sabille which is either a cousin of Joseph or a daughter of Wolfgang, not sure. she did not go to MN. This is a big task for me. I have the genealogy of my mother all of it except the Mautners, which would be my grandmothers maternal side Any hints????
Barbara A. Day
|jrland||RE: W. Blythe|
Greetings from South Carolina, USA.
You're very welcome and thank you for all your work posting these wonderful memorials.
Added by jrland on Mar 18, 2015 8:29 AM
|Librarian Jessie||Best wishes|
Just a note to tell you I'm sending good genealogy thoughts to you. Thank you for posting memorials and remembering our ancestors.
|Maggie Mac||John Walters|
Thanks for remembering my Dad on his birthday. It is much appreciated.
|Janet Miller||Nimrod Smith|
|James Seidelman||My Uncle Harold|
Thank you for leaving flowers for my uncle. He was the last of my father's family. Four sons and four daughters - Grandpa came from Marktbergl Germany around 1880 - He had a wonderful life, had a great wife and three great children. I was lucky to attend his 100th birthday last June in Illinois.
Thanks again and I hope all is well and spring isn't too far off
As always, Jim
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