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There have been 12626 visits since 2005-05-26
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Message Number: 80 - Tuesday, August 27, 2019 11:48:27 PDT
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Name:  Rose Fisher
How did you learn about the DVHH site?:  Google
Villages of interest to you:  Apatin
Comments:

I really enjoy the DVHH and the familysearch websites for looking up information on my grandparents who were from Apatin. How do I find out more information about them? Do I need to become a subscriber to this site? Does DVHH have people who does family research? Thank you.


Message Number: 79 - Monday, June 10, 2019 23:31:08 PDT
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Name:  Wanda Lenz
How did you learn about the DVHH site?:  internet searching
Villages of interest to you:  Udvari
Comments:

this is an awesome website! I can spend hours at a time in it. In doing research for my Dad, Henry Lenz (born in Udvari 1934) I have found lots of great information for him. Thank you!


Message Number: 78 - Thursday, May 30, 2019 08:53:52 PDT
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Name:  Manfred Kirchner
How did you learn about the DVHH site?:  Through my late brother Rudy Kirchner
Villages of interest to you:  Rudolfsgnad
Comments:

When my late brother Rudy had a stroke in 2005, he ended up partially paralyzed and suffered some memory loss. I promised him then that I would take over the administration of the www.Rudolfsgnad.net website. I have now done so for more than 14 years.

I have noticed that the traffic (visits) to the website is down more than 50% since a year ago and even more than that since the website was created. I am now looking to sell the domain name to someone who is interested in taking over the administration of the Rudolfsgnad.net website. Anyone interested in doing so can contact me using the Guestbook on the website.


Message Number: 77 - Friday, January 18, 2019 21:32:18 PDT
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Name:  Tom Stuhlreyer
How did you learn about the DVHH site?:  Web search
Surnames you are researching:  Rammacher, Barbier
Villages of interest to you:  Gertianosch, Torontal, Billed
Comments:

Thank you for all the great information on this site. Any leads and advice are welcome. Many thanks!


Message Number: 76 - Monday, December 24, 2018 08:43:09 PDT
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Name:  George F. Fischer
How did you learn about the DVHH site?:  Google
Comments/suggestions about the Project:  interesting and informative
Surnames you are researching:  Manz and Fischer
Villages of interest to you:  Vukowar and Hodschag
Comments:

Both of my parents were Donauschabian immigrants that met in Cleveland. They married in Dearborn Michigan and settled in the metro Detroit area.
We grew up knowing as many ethnic-german relatives and friends as well as many polish american neighbors, so my values are deeply rooted in the hard working european culture. Hard work was just a way of life. Family and friends were of utmost importance.




Message Number: 75 - Saturday, October 13, 2018 18:53:10 PDT
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Name:  Patrick Baldwin
How did you learn about the DVHH site?:  Google
Surnames you are researching:  Schramm and Mumbauer
Villages of interest to you:  Neu-Siwatz
Comments:

My great grandfather, Filipe Schramm, came from Neu-Siwatz to Chicago in 1920. My great-grandmother, Katarina Mumbauer, came later with my grandfather, Jacob and his sisters Katarina and Elisabeth’s. I’m always interested in learning more. I can be contacted at the email above.


Message Number: 74 - Saturday, May 5, 2018 03:43:39 PDT
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Name:  Elizabeth Duff b. Bolz
How did you learn about the DVHH site?:  web search
Surnames you are researching:  Bolz
Villages of interest to you:  nove sove
Comments:

just happened upon this page whist looking for somewhere to go on holiday next year. My father Stefan Bolz) was born in june 1922 in Nove Sove. it is fascinating to read the web page. might have to visit


Message Number: 73 - Tuesday, February 13, 2018 11:30:22 PDT
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Name:  Raymond Basch
How did you learn about the DVHH site?:  Google
Comments/suggestions about the Project:  Amazing resource, Thank you!
Surnames you are researching:  Besch
Villages of interest to you:  Perjamosch
Comments:

I recently found a reference to who, it appears, is my 6th Great Grandfather Adam Besch who died in Perjamosch in 1755. He was from Hasborn in current-day Saarland (near St Wendel) and is listed in the Perjamosch Church's Totenbuch. I'm using the LDS online resources and am seeing references to other Besch family members in the Perjamosch Church records there. I hope to join your organization and get on the email list, and maybe get some questions answered about my family in the Banat. The link to the email list isn't working from your website for me. Also, who do I contact for the Lookups? Vielen Dank! Ray


Message Number: 72 - Sunday, January 21, 2018 11:43:44 PDT
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Name:  Robert Angeli
How did you learn about the DVHH site?:  Google search
Comments/suggestions about the Project:  very, very helpful
Surnames you are researching:  Angeli and Manner
Villages of interest to you:  Iszimmer
Comments:

I am amazed by the amount of information about Donauschwaben on this site. it has been very helpful in my putting together my family history for my children. I must do it before i start forgetting the stories of my grandparent, parents, aunts and uncles.
Very impressive!


Message Number: 71 - Wednesday, January 3, 2018 09:42:40 PDT
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Name:  Brandi Smith
How did you learn about the DVHH site?:  google search
Comments/suggestions about the Project:  An index with hyperlinks to former residents
Surnames you are researching:  Dohr, Tormuth, Dormuth, Lambing, Kafka, Kliffer
Villages of interest to you:  Gross Jetscha
Comments:

My Grandfather was from Gross Jetscha and I'm very happy to find information regarding his village here. I hope to find out more from this site regarding where they lived, what they did for a living, and to find remaining relations, or discovery where they went. Thank you for your efforts in providing this valuable information!