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Ollinger, Ignatz (b. 1874) & married to K. Balog

Ollinger, Ignatz (b. 1874) & married to K. Balog

Posted: 20 Jun 2004 10:45PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 17 Jul 2004 11:24AM GMT
Surnames: Getzo, Ollinger, Appel, Samsua, Palko, Daradics, Balog
Would anyone know parents or sibblings names of the Ignatz Ollinger (b. 1874) who migrated from Andrasfalva to Canada in 1907 with his wife, Kathaleen Balog (b. 1875)? My resources are leading me to believe he was the son of Ignatz Ollinger (b. 1830) and Julianna Getzo (b. 1838), but I don't have evidence.

I'm showing Ignatz (b. 1874) as the only child of Ignatz (b. 1830) and Julianna. Please advise if there were others.

I am a decendent of Adam Ollinger (b. 1860ish) who is the brother to Ignatz (b. 1830) and there was only one other sibbling--a sister named Anna (she.married Janos Daradics). If anyone has information on Adam and his wife Rosalia Appel's children, please share w/me. I'm showing that Adam & Rosalia had only one child--Ambros (b. 1890).

Ignatz, Anna and Adam were the children of Jacob Ollinger (b. 1801) and Anna Falkauer--Jacob's 1st wife. Does anyone have information on the history of Jacob (b. 1801)?

Many thanks in advance if you can help me out. Helga
My e-mail is: hsulli@comcast.net

Re: Ollinger, Ignatz (b. 1874) & married to K. Balog

Steve O (View posts)
Posted: 9 Aug 2004 5:01PM GMT
Classification: Query
Hi there! Ignatz was my great grand father. I have information on that generation and some pieces here and there. E-mail me and we can try get some of these other facts put together. I have a few other e-mail addresses. I will give them your name and e-mail address so that they can provide you with what they have.

Re: Ollinger, Ignatz (b. 1874) & married to K. Balog

helga (View posts)
Posted: 11 Aug 2004 2:54AM GMT
Classification: Query
Appreciated reading your message and am e-mailing you now. helga

Re: Ollinger, Ignatz (b. 1874) & married to K. Balog

Posted: 29 Mar 2005 11:49PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 4 Jul 2006 2:49PM GMT
Hi Helga,

The information I have on the Balogs and Ollingers is from the Radautz and Andrasfalva church records.

There were five siblings of Ignatz.

Beth Long

Re: Ollinger, Ignatz (b. 1874) & married to K. Balog

Helga (View posts)
Posted: 30 Mar 2005 1:51AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Ollinger
Hi, Beth...very happy to see a posting from you--I've been most impressed with your massive undertaking of the church records and your work on the Bukovina project!

You write "There were five siblings of Ignatz." I'm stumped...the Ignatz (b. 1874) who married K. Balog appears to have been an only child. His father, Ignatz (b. 1830), who married Juliana Getzo had 2 known sibblings--Adam and Anna. (Adam is my great grandfather.) I'm mystified...when you have a chance, pls. tell me WHO are the other 3 siblings & are we referring to Ignatz of 1830? Regards, Helga

Re: Ollinger, Ignatz (b. 1874) & married to K. Balog

Posted: 30 Mar 2005 12:16PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 4 Jul 2006 2:49PM GMT
Hi Helga,

My records agree with yours as to there being only two siblings of the 1830 Ignatz (that is, Anna and Adam).

His son (the 1874 Ignatz) did have five siblings, but one died in infancy, and for two, I have no information other than their birth dates.

The sibling who would be of most interest to you is Balbina, born January 27, 1880. Balbina was married twice, first in Bukovina to Szilveszter Palko, and then in Canada to Jozsef Kelemen. She has numerous descendants, most of them living in Saskatchewan.

By the way, I am living in Budapest, Hungary now (but currently in the U.S. on a family visit). September 11-23, I will be leading a trip to Tolna County, Hungary and Bukovina for Canadian and American descendants of the Bukovina Hungarians.

Beth

Re: Ollinger

Helga (View posts)
Posted: 3 Sep 2005 2:24AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Ollinger, Seitz, Appel, Palko, Szentes, Thürmayer, Schroeder, Samsua, et al.
Beth, hopefully this posting catches your eye before your upcoming departure. Would you please contact me on the ease (or lack thereof) of physically accessing family records at Aparhant and if photocopying can be done or not. I've located a relative in Zavod (incredibly close!) and w/like to ask her for help in looking up a host of family ancestors whose documentation is recorded there. I may not have this opportunity much longer as she plans to relocate to another country soon. Many thanks for any light you can shed on this. Your move to BP isn't surprising; from my readings, it's quite the alluring city--good for you! Helga Pls. e-mail if possible, at: hsulli@comcast.net
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