Search for content in message boards

Janos Reitenbach & Anna Graf

Replies: 3

Janos Reitenbach & Anna Graf

Posted: 20 Sep 2004 7:27AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Reitenbach, Graf, Blasevitsch
Dear Friend,
I am looking for genealogy information for my grandparents Janos Reitenbach and Anna Graf. I have reason to believe that my grandmother and her family were from Apatin, Hungary.

I am looking for specific records of birth, marriage & death certificates that can be substanciated.

Janos (John) Reitenbach
Born: 1882-1883 (exact date unknown)
Possibly from Osijek.

Anna Graf - Daughter of Josef Graf & Anna Blasevitsch
Born: December 28, 1886 in Apatin Hungary
Anna lived in Vienna Austria as a child.
1912 ship manifest Anna lists Josef Graf as her next of kin.

Descendants of Janos Reitenbach & Anna Graf:
John, Ann, Peter, Joseph, Frank, Theresa (Grace), Paul, & Katherine

Married in Austro-Hungary (exact date unknown)

John and Anna came to the United States on June 12th, 1907 on the ship LaProvence.
They lived in St. Louis, MO from 1907-1911, they moved to Akron, Ohio in 1912.

Anna returned to Apatin in 1911 with her oldest son John. There she gave birth to her daughter Ann while visiting relatives. Ship records indicate that daughter Ann was 10 months old when they returned to the United States in 1912.

Another family member mentioned that my grandmother met my grandfather while cleaning homes in a village just outside of Apatin. My grandmother might have lived in Wien, Austria as a little girl.

If you are a relative or can help me find relatives in Apatin, or Wien please contact me.

Sincerely,
Michael Reitenbach
1553 Krumroy Rd,
Akron, Ohio 44306 (USA)
tele: 1-330-798-4236
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
rampride73 20 Sep 2004 1:27PM GMT 
Robert Jerin 20 Sep 2004 6:37PM GMT 
Michael Reitenbach 21 Sep 2004 12:01PM GMT 
yugaya 28 Apr 2013 6:21PM GMT 
per page

Find a board about a specific topic

  • Visit our other sites:

© 1997-2014 Ancestry.com | Corporate Information | New Privacy | New Terms and Conditions