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Richard Troester (View posts)
Posted: 5 Mar 2001 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: TROESTER, MOEDL
I am trying to trace my family ancestry. My Grandfather was Paul Troester born in Nuernburg Germany in 1867. He was the son of Sebastian and Creszenzia (Kein) Troester. Sebastian was born in Lenbach Dec. 30, 1837 and Creszenzia was born in Lauter bach Feb 8, 1846.
My Grandmother, Sophia Walburga Moedl was born 18 may, 1877 in Nuernburg Germany.

Troester Family Research

Posted: 31 May 2001 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 29 Jun 2001 2:10AM GMT
Hello,

My Name is Paul Troester. I have now been researching my Family Surname Troester for approximately two years. From what I can remember we came from Vienna, Austria. I have not tried to extend search into Germany. I'm still trying to establish a starting point in the Vienna area first. Before going off in wider circles. It might be interesting to compare notes.

Regards
Paul

Re: ANCESTRY

Posted: 2 Nov 2001 9:37PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 2 Nov 2001 10:42PM GMT
Surnames: Moedl
My maiden name is Moedl and I have tons and tons of geneology that has been done for the Moedl's. I will get my folders out and see if I can help you find out more.

Michelle

Re: ANCESTRY

Posted: 2 Nov 2001 10:48PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: MOEDL
Richard,
My maiden name is Moedl and on my sheets my great grandfather Xaver Franz Moedl had a sister Walburga Moedl who was born in May 1849 and died in Jan 1964. Possibly your grandmother was her daughter. I need to do more work after this time period but if this is your grandmother, I have tons of geneology back to the 1600's. Let me know if you want more information. Michelle

Re: ANCESTRY

Connie Dean (View posts)
Posted: 13 Feb 2002 5:58PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Moedl
We have new record of Franz Xaver Joseph Casper Moedl. Would like to get in contact to trade information with additional information. Franz died September 25, 1836 in Eichstatt, Dollnstein.

Re: ANCESTRY

Posted: 13 Feb 2002 6:25PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Moedl
Connie,

This would be my great-great grandfather. I have tons of information going way back. I have all my information at home and will be off on Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday and had planned on working on working on my genealogy. I would love to be able to give you more information and see what you have. My e-mail at home is Rodgerspm@msn.com. If you want to let me know what other information you want I will gladly send you any that I have.

Michelle

Re: ANCESTRY

Posted: 4 Jan 2003 10:40AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Moedl
Xaver Moedl had a sister named Anna Maria (b.1859). She was my great-grandmother. I have also a lot of material (incl. Photos of uncle Xaver and his family and letters to his nephews in Austria). Maybe we could exchange information ?

Andreas

Re: ANCESTRY

Posted: 5 Jan 2003 5:58PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: moedl
Xaver Franz Moedl (b. 1868) Grandson of Franz Xaver Josef Kasparus Moedl, had a sister named Anna Maria (b.1859). She was my great-grandmother. I have a lot of material (incl. Photos of Xaver and his family and letters to his sister and his nephews in Austria). The letters are from 1920 and 1912, the pictures are from 1914.
Maybe we could exchange information ?

Kind regards
Andreas Houston
Praterstr. 76/18
A 1020 Wien Austria
Tel. : +43 1 218-12-70

Re: Troester Family Research

Posted: 21 Jul 2003 4:54PM GMT
Classification: Query
Your post is two years old...hm. My maiden name is Troester, my Fathers family, Karl Heinrich Troester came from East Prussia and was evacuated after WW1 to Mecklenburg, Germany. A large number of Troesters were living there. During WW2, many of the Troesters died there and my Grandparents evacuated to Berlin, Germany. Germany has many people by the name of Troester.

Re: Troester Family Research

Paul Troester (View posts)
Posted: 2 Aug 2003 7:08AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Troester, Stuchlik
Barbara,
Sorry, that I haven't responded sooner, But thank you for your response. I'll be honest with you I had almost given up on any one responding.
My paternal grandfater is the glitch in the works. He was a real Black Sheep in our family. The only data that I'm able to get on him is some records from the Ellis Island data base. But they never really show that he stayed in America. There were several entries, showing that he was ships crew on several ships that had been involved in transfering people between europe and the US. It is my understanding, from a deceased daughter of his, that they arrived in approximately 1905, but I haven't been able to get any information confirming that date. I do know that he abandoned his family in New York City, after a failed attempt to start a restaurant. He went back to Vienna, and then again through my aunt, a number of years later he was diagnosed with cancer, and passed away in Vienna. His name was Rudolf Joseph Troester, though the original spelling was Tro (with umlaut) ster.
Where he came from, originally I don't know. He and my grandmother were supposed to have been married in Vienna.
It was near impossible to get my relatives to talk about him. Because of the abandonment. I didn't even know his name until several years ago. When I figured it out with the nameing information that I got from a listing that I belong to. I have no piece of paper that says that his name was Rudolf Joseph Troester. But he had two sons; My Uncle Larry, and my father Joseph.
So if youj have a his name in your records, we may be connected. Also he was a Head Waiter/Maitre de' , I was told that was a pretty good profession back in the old days.
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