. . . in the record they found was the marriage record of Alois Pelikan and Katherine Hoffman in 1900 (showing the groom from Stavna (now Stavnoe), Ung county). They also found the r od f a e n’A r 17 b tiA nbr, e r o K t r e pi 89 ihn nae a c hi s l . . .
. . . 20, 1940 very early. Our three wagons were ddriven by my step father, Philipp Hoffman, my then 15-year old brother, Edmund, who went missing in the Soviet Union in1943, and me. I left the wagon with the strongest horses to my brother and I . . .
. . . Cuyahoga Cty, Ohio 8. Anna Trapp b Feb 1886 Uhersko d 8 Apr 1937 Uhersko sp: Heinrich Hoffmann b 4 Jun 1876 Stroki (near Lemberg) d 17 Nov 1952 Benkendorf (Salzmunde) Germany 9. Wilhelmine Hoffmann b before 1909 9. Rudolph Hoffmann b 10 Oct 1909 . . .
. . . be the root source of our family name. In 2004, we purchased a copy of William F. Hoffman‟s Polish Surnames, Origins and Meanings, 2nd Edition [note4] that finally solidified the meaning of our family name (adding to the Heraldy House results). M . . .
. . . or call 204-9893292, voice mail. “ Ancestral Evidence, Names, Places, and Records. Hoffman, Bielawa, Pihach, etc. are speakers. EAST EUROPEAN GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY CELEBRATING 25 YEARS 2015 INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR: Ancestral Evidence – Names, Places, a . . .
. . . Canadian Great War Project More Than One Surname – with permission from author Hoffman and Gen Dobry, Vol. VIII, #2, 28 February 2007, by Fred Hoffman Latin and Other Languages - Genealogical Word Lists available from Family History Library M . . .
. . . “ A Source of Data on Protestant Parishes in the Austrian Empire” by Wm. F. Hoffman and “ Sources to Determine the Ancestral Village Name” Is Your Genealogy Database Insane – found on Eastman Genealogy Online Obtaining Civil Documents in Ukr . . .
. . . trade, profession or vocation. Grandpa Phillip was “ Kundrad-ches” . A man named Hoffman was in trouble with the law so he bought the name Kendel. When the Kendel family moved to Winnipeg, they were referred to as “ Hoffman Kendel” . The name on . . .
. . . and they live in Soltau, close to where we lived from 1945-49. Eleanore married a Hoffman and after having two children died of heatstroke. Her younger sister Karolina then married Mr. Hoffman. Tante Karolina was my godmother. They lived in the . . .
. . . identifies and discusses these Mennonites as does Bronislaw Gustawicz. William F. Hoffman translated Gustawicz's work in "From the S ownik Geograficzny: Galicia," in Rodziny: The Journal of the Polish Genealogical Society of America, vol. 19, . . .
. . . 5. Anna Christina was born 29 January 1765 in Rorodt and was married to Nikolaus Hoffmann. 6. Friedrich Christian was married 30 May 1790 in Schumlau to Margaretha Barbara Manz. 7. Georg Otto, born 1790 in Rorodt, was married 9 February 1792 in . . .
. . . Went back to Hohenbach in 1912 to Chicago in 1903 m. Kirkwood to Chicago in 1907 m. Hoffmann to Canada in 1925 to NY in 1904 to NY in 1906 in 1904 to Aurora in 1895 in 1898 to NY in 1900 to Chicago in 1902 to Canada in 1926 to Aurora in 1895 . . .
. . . Grove, Ill.: Genun Publishes, 1984; rev. 1996. Shea, Jonathan D. and William F. Hoffman. Following the Paper Trail: A Multilingual Translation Guide. New Milford, Conn.: Language & Lineage Press, 1991 Thode, Ernest. German-English Genealogical . . .