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Please help!! Searching for EBERHARDT relations in Hungary/Austria/Germany

Please help!! Searching for EBERHARDT relations in Hungary/Austria/Germany

Posted: 30 Oct 2013 8:08AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Eberhardt - Quiring - Erdman/Erdmann
Communication once my family left the Austria/Hungary province was lacking and not passed along, so I am in search of any help one can provide to locate family members/family tree related to my great grandfather. I have been stonewalled and do not know where to go from here and the living family members do not even know what our g-g-g father’s name is and I just do not know how to proceed further. I am trying to do this so that our lineage is not lost for my nephews, cousins and other family members. So any help you could provide would help to allow mw to continue further on.
This is the information that I have of him. His name is Frank F. Eberhardt born June 25, 1891 in Hungary [believe it was Village of Vojtek], came to the USA in 1907 to Ellis Island, and died March 19, 1961 in Wilton, Connecticut, USA.

He was married to Anna Erdman in New York and had two children - Frank Jr. & Anthony both born in New York. He also had a sister Barbara Eberhardt Quiring of Ontario Canada.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!! Thank you.

Re: Please help!! Searching for EBERHARDT relations in Hungary/Austria/Germany

Posted: 30 Oct 2013 3:15PM GMT
Classification: Query
Dear "D" (including first names in your posts is appropriate)

You are likely looking for this village:

http://gov.genealogy.net/item/show/WOJTEGKN05OL

The LDS have a book you will be interest in as found on familysearch.org:
https://familysearch.org/search/catalog/2205178?availability...

You can inquire of them on how to loan it or get copies of the appropriate pages.

By the way, the New York Passenger Lists on ancestry note that his father is Mihaly Erhart
and that he was traveling to his cousin in New York: Peter Bauwig

Good luck,

Bob Behnen

Re: Please help!! Searching for EBERHARDT relations in Hungary/Austria/Germany

Posted: 31 Oct 2013 12:46AM GMT
Classification: Query
Thank you Bob for the input.
As being my first post I appreciate the etiquette and information. I truly appreciate your help and will look further into your suggestions. If you do think of any future suggestions I would greatly appreciate it,

Thanks again,

Donnie
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