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Posted: 27 Mar 2011 11:35PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Bubeck, Berner, Kurrle
I am looking for information on my Bubeck forebears. My g-grandfather Felix Bubeck arrived in Victoria, Australia with his siblings Gottlob, Gotthardt, Christian, Ernestine and Wilelmina, and his parents Matthias Emanuel and Anna Maria (nee Kurrle) in 1866, to set up a vineyard and winery. They were from Rotenberg near Stuttgart. I believe Matthias' parents were Matthias Bubeck and Elizabeth Berner. Does anyone have any information relating to this family?
Posted: 10 Jun 2011 3:29PM GMT
Classification: Query
Hi there,

My ancestors also come from Rotenberg and I am related to some Bubecks of there (and I still live in that area).
I am a little bit confused because I have different information about the family.

But anyway, maybe we can help each other to complete the jigsaw puzzle ;).

Here are the names which I have so far:

Immanuel Friedrich Bubeck (12.5.1824-3.2.1906)
He was married to ? Bubeck, born Kurrle.

Their children were
Friedrich Bubeck (29.9.1855-9.1.1934) (my gg grandfather)
Karoline Bubeck
Rosine Bubeck
Paul Bubeck
Mina Bubeck
Immanuel Bubeck
Berta Bubeck

There exists a picture of that family.

Friedrich Bubeck was married to Emilie born Paule.
The children were:
Frida Auguste Emilie Bubeck (16.12.1896-18.4.1985)
FELIX BUBECK
Elise Bubeck

--> this is the only FELIX I have heard from so far.

And I know that "uncle Felix" had the nickname "mister" because he travelled to Australia.

Regards from Germany

Vera




Posted: 11 Jun 2011 2:04AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: BUBECK ~ KLOPFER ~ LAUTENSCHLAGER ~ BAISCH
Thank you for your posting about the BUBECK family mystery. I think perhaps we could help one another. Thank you for your posting! There are several of us trying to determine how these families connect. Let's work together and solve this puzzle.

Cheers,

Pamela WELLS nee ROBERSON
Blowing Rock, NC
http://wellsp.tribalpages.com
Posted: 11 Jun 2011 2:46AM GMT
Classification: Query
Thank you for your reply Vera. I'm wondering if we are talking about 2 different branches of the Bubecks. My ggrandfather Felix Frederick was born in 1847 and in 1866 he was sent to Victoria, Australia to find land for a vineyard. He arrived 27 Jul 1866 on the 'Tornado'. The rest of the family set out on the 'Galloway' in Aug 1866
The family consisted of :

Matthias Immanuel 1806-1868
Anna Maria (Kurrle) 1821-1911
Their children:
Immanuel Gottlob 15/10/1844
Felix 1847
(Florian?) Gotthard 1848
Ernestine Wilhelmine 20/12/1849
Wilhelmine Freidrike 16/9/1851
Joshua 4/10/1853-1/1/1858
Johannes Christian 19/5/1857-8/1/1858 Was there a reason these 2 died so close together?
Anna Maria 7/4/1859-26/8/1859
Christian Johannes (or Joshua) 1/10/1860

They named their winery in Australia 'Schlossberg'. I've wondered if that has some bearing to their roots in Rotenberg. Were they already vintners over there?

Mathias Immanuel's parents I think are Matthias Bubeck and Elizabetha Berner, and I think I have a brother for Matthias Immanuel, Johannes born 1802.
And I also think Elizabetha's parents were Johann Bernhard Kurrle and Anna Maria Bubeck.

I'm not sure this sheds any light onto the problem, but this is all the information that I have been able to glean. The Bubecks, apart from those we knew well, are a complete mystery to us.
I have a cousin travelling to Irsee in a few weeks for a conference. She is hoping to get a chance to get to Rotenberg but she only has a half day and the train trip is 2.5 hours so she's not hopeful of making it there. She was wanting to see what if any information she could discover.
Keep in touch. Hopefully my details may be of some use.
Wendy Griffin (fromn Adelaide South Australia)
Posted: 11 Jun 2011 2:49AM GMT
Classification: Query
Hello, Pamela. Thanks for your reply. I'm wondering if Vera and I are talking about 2 different branches of the Bubecks. My ggrandfather Felix Frederick was born in 1847 and in 1866 he was sent to Victoria, Australia to find land for a vineyard. He arrive 27 Jul 1866 on the 'Tornado'. The rest of the family set out on the 'Galloway' in Aug 1866
The family consisted of :

Matthias Immanuel 1806-1868
Anna Maria (Kurrle) 1821-1911
Their children:
Immanuel Gottlob 15/10/1844
Felix 1847
(Florian?) Gotthard 1848
Ernestine Wilhelmine 20/12/1849
Wilhelmine Freidrike 16/9/1851
Joshua 4/10/1853-1/1/1858
Johannes Christian 19/5/1857-8/1/1858 Was there a reason these 2 died so close together?
Anna Maria 7/4/1859-26/8/1859
Christian Johannes (or Joshua) 1/10/1860

They named their winery in Australia 'Schlossberg'. I've wondered if that has some bearing to their roots in Rotenberg. Were they already vintners over there?

Mathias Immanuel's parents I think are Matthias Bubeck and Elizabetha Berner, and I think I have a brother for Matthias Immanuel, Johannes born 1802.
And I also think Elizabetha's parents were Johann Bernhard Kurrle and Anna Maria Bubeck.

I'm not sure this sheds any light onto the problem, but this is all the information that I have been able to glean. The Bubecks, apart from those we knew well, are a complete mystery to us.
Keep in touch. Hopefully my details may be of some use.
Wendy Griffin (from Adelaide South Australia)
Posted: 15 Jun 2011 5:05PM GMT
Classification: Query

It is more difficult than I thought because there are thousands of Bubecks from Rotenberg and my uncle said that a lot of them immigrated.

I think it is quiet hard to find something out in just half a day - by the way your cousin should go to the Protestant archive in Möhringen because you don't get the information in the tiny little church of Rotenberg or so. Anyway, here is the link of the English version of the homepage:

http://www.archiv.elk-wue.de/cms/startseite/family-research/

But it is really hard because of the handwriting (as you can see in the example picture).

I'm still wondering if our ancestors were realted in any way but I don't know when I come to the archive again.
I've learned that from our closer family it was Emil Luz who went to Australia (area of Perth).

cheers

Vera
Posted: 29 Jun 2011 7:33AM GMT
Classification: Query
Hi Wendy,

Do these facts give you more information...?

https://www.familysearch.org/search/records#count=20&que...

Ragards from Germany

Vera

Re: BUBECK families from Stuttgart, Germany

Posted: 4 Sep 2011 10:50PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 3 Jul 2013 9:13PM GMT
Surnames: BUBECK ~ BAISCH ~ KLOPFER ~ LAUTENSCHLAGER
Please contact me if you care to compare genealogy as my BUBECK family is from the Stuttgart ~ Wurttemberg, Germany area before several of the BUBECK family moved to Pennsylvania and Ohio around 1860.

Happy hunting,

Pamela WEELS nee ROBERSON
http://wellsp.tribalpages.com

Re: BUBECK families from Stuttgart, Germany

Posted: 20 Sep 2011 11:48AM GMT
Classification: Query
Sure, that would be interesting.

So far my eldest Bubeck ancestor I have the dates is

Jakob Friedrich Bubeck *13.5.1714 Rotenberg d 23.1.1802 Rotenberg

His father was Christoph Bubeck and his mother Elisabeth.

Do you have him in your family tree?

Re: BUBECK families from Stuttgart, Germany

Posted: 20 Sep 2011 12:24PM GMT
Classification: Query
1714 is way earlier than anything I have. The only information I have with any certainty is my gg grandfather Matthias Immanuel Bubeck born in 1805. His Father was also Matthias I think, but I have no dates for him. I've been unable to find out any more, as much as I would love to follow the family trail back further. I think without being in Rotenberg it is impossible to discover more, and even then it may not be possible to be sure with any accuracy.
Wendy
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