American Donauschwaben Obituaries
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24 Apr 2013
- Ferdinand Abel,
53, of Trenton, NJ, died 14 January 1949. [Born
in Palanka, Austria-Hungary]. Survived by wife,
Anna Drobnek; son, George A. Abel, of Trenton;
sisters, Mrs. Madeline Hiel & Mrs. Theresa Manz,
both of Trenton; brother, Joseph Abel, of
Reading, PA and several nieces and nephews.
Buried at Our Lady of Lourdes Cemetery,
Hamilton, NJ. Palanka OSB Family #24. The
Sunday Times-Advertiser, 16 January 1949
– Karl Abel, 47,
of Trenton, NJ, died 3 October 1931. [Born in
Palanka, Austria-Hungary]. Survived by widow,
Katherine Abel; parents, Ferdinand & Magdalena
Abel [Palankaers]; daughters, Katherine R. Abel,
Mary N. Abel, Elizabeth K. Abel & Anna Abel;
sisters, Mrs. Frank Manz & Mrs. Peter Hiel of
Trenton and brothers, Joseph Abel of Reading, PA
& Ferdinand Abel, Jr. of Trenton. Buried at Holy
Sepulchre Cemetery, Hamilton, NJ. Palanka OSB
Family #41. The Sunday Times-Advertiser,
4 October 1931 issue.
Katherine Rose Abel Miller, 91, of Hamilton, NJ, died 4 September
2001. Born in Palanka, Austria-Hungary of late Karl & Katie Spiegl
Abel and wife of late Joseph S. Miller. Survived by son, Donald J.
Miller of Hamilton; sister, Elizabeth Abel Taylor of Hamilton;
brother-in-law, Nick Miller of Hamilton; cousin, Madeline Robinson
of Lawrenceville, NJ. Buried at Our Lady of Lourdes Cemetery,
Hamilton. Palanka OSB Family #41. The Times, 7 September 2001 issue.
ABEL - Madeline Abel Hiel, 79, of Seminole, FL, died 22 March
1982. Formerly of Trenton, born in [Palanka] Austria-Hungary, wife
of late Peter J. Hiel. Survived by sons, Charles M. Hiel of
Seminole, Ferdinand J. Hiel of Carpentersville, IL and Peter J. Hiel
Jr. of Yardley, PA. Buried at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, Hamilton,
NJ. Palanka OSB Family #24 & 4534. The Times, March 1982 issue.
b. 25 Sep 1927,
Semelzi, Croatia -
d. 11 Nov 1997. Submitted by Abt, Maria Abt of the
Milwaukee Club, the mother
of Joe & Rose Abt of the
(Cincinnati Club) & Hermine
Linz (DVHH Slavonia Village
Coordinator for Keschinzi &
My father Johann (Hans) Abt
passed away 10 years ago
today. He was born on
September 25th, 1927 in
Semelzi, Croatia; married
Maria Hoffmann in Lager Haid,
Austria on September 9th,
1951. Hans immigrated to the
United States in August of
1955, where he settled his
family in Milwaukee,
I was their only child born
in Austria, they had 5 more
children after moving to the
US; Josef, John, Maria,
Stefan and Heidi. My father
was a member of the
Milwaukee Donauschwaben for
many years. Some of the
list members may have met
him and remember him.
He was a wonderful father
and grandfather, and we all
miss him. But he left us
with many good memories; one
of my favorite is of him in
his white apron and cap
roasting spanferkel. He
loved to do this, whether it
was at home, at the club, or
at Germanfest. My brothers
still carry on that
tradition, Joe with the
Cincinnati DS club, and
Hansi and Stefi for family
and friends in Milwaukee.
He made and smoked Hungarian
bratwurst which he
generously shared with
everyone that asked, the
recipe remains in our family
and my three brothers have
made sausage making an
So if you are pouring
yourself a stampfel of
schnaps today (as was his
custom), make a toast to my
dad. My children and I
certainly will when we get
together later today to
celebrate the life of our
Tati and Ota.
'Hermi' M. Linz,
myeloma. In her
Maria age 79,
by her family
Maria was born
from her home in
during World War
II. She and her
where they lived
for 10 years.
to the United
States in 1955.
Maria was the
devoted wife of
Johann Abt, who
preceded her in
death, and the
of six children
Abt, Maria (Bo)
Abt, and Heidi
She is survived
by her sister
she never lost
hope or courage.
Her generous and
touched many and
will live on
Maria was a
of the Milwaukee
organizer of the
at Holiday Folk
director of the
leader of the
Youth Group, a
member of St.
and survivor of
in the former
can be made to
will be held
November 15, at
Home to St.
S. 93rd and W.
Beloit Rd., for
a 10:00AM Mass.
November 14, at
Home 4:00 -
Vigil 7:00 PM.
– Anton Ambrosi, Jr., 44, of Trenton, NJ, died 14 December 1962.
[Born in Palanka, Yugoslavia]. Buried at Our Lady of Lourdes
Cemetery, Hamilton, NJ. Palanka OSB Family #133. The Trenton Evening
Times, 17 December 1962 issue.
AMBROSI - Theresia Ambrosi Kinal, 74, of Hamilton
Township, NJ, died 10 November 2000. Born in [Palanka] Yugoslavia.
Daughter of late Anton & Theresia Petri [König] Ambrosi, wife of
late Gregor Kinal. Survived by daughters, Maria Smith & Anna Kinal
of Hamilton; son, Peter Kinal of Morrisville; grandchildren, Mark &
Melissa Smith & Alexandria Kinal. Buried at Our Lady of Lourdes
Cemetery, Hamilton. Palanka OSB Family #131 & 5510. The Times, 20
AMS – Emmerich Ams, 82, of Little Egg Harbor, NJ,
died 23 July 1999. Born in Palanka, Yugoslavia, formerly of Trenton,
NJ. Survived by wife, Elenore Ams; sons, Detlef, Glenn & Robert Ams;
daughter, Rosemarie Ams-Raynor; daughters-in-law, Karen & Suzanne &
son-in-law, Gary Raynor; grandchildren, Christine, Jennifer,
Alexandria & Matthew Ams and Sarah Raynor. Buried at St. Mary’s
Cemetery, Manahawkin, NJ. Palanka OSB Family #137. The Press of
Atlantic City, 26 July 1999 issue.
ANGEBRANNDT - Louis (Ludwig) J. Angebranndt, 77, of
Levittown, PA, formerly of Trenton, NJ, died 16 September 1980. Born
in [Gajdobra] Austria-Hungary. Husband of late Elizabeth E.
Angebranndt. Survived by sons, Louis M. Angebranndt of Mercerville,
NJ, Philip F. Angebranndt of Yardville, NJ, Conrad M. Angebranndt of
Union, NJ, Albert J. Angebranndt of Bowie, MD, George M. of
Levittown, PA & Dennis M. Angebranndt of Bradentown , FL; daughter,
Mrs. Arlene Fisher of Levittown; brothers, Martin & John Angebranndt,
both of Trenton and sister, Mrs. Marion Bahm [husband Josef Bahm,
Palankaer] of Trenton. Buried at Our Lady of Lourdes Cemetery,
Hamilton, NJ. Palanka OSB Family #477, Gajdobra OSB Family #228.
The Times, 18 September 1980 issue.
ANNASENZ - Elizabeth [nee Annasenz] Bahm, 83, of Hamilton
Township, NJ, died 20 November 1961. She was born in [Palanka]
Austria-Hungary. Widow of Joseph Bahm, survived by daughter, Mrs.
John Wagner; son, John Bahm, both of Trenton, NJ; sisters, Mrs.
George Maul of Trenton & another sister in Europe. Buried at Holy
Sepulchre Cemetery, Hamilton. Palanka OSB Family # 166 & 480. The
Trenton Evening Times, 21 November 1961 issue.
ANNASENZ - Nikolaus M. Annasenz, 53, of Trenton,
NJ, died 26 October 1994. Born in [Palanka] Yugoslavia. Survived by
wife, Rita Valeric Annasenz; mother, Magdalena Schoen Annasenz;
brother & sister-in-law, John & Elie Annasenz of Hamilton, NJ;
father and mother-in-law, Anthony & Mary Valeric of Trenton;
sisters-in-law & brothers-in-law, Dominic & Patricia Valeric of NC,
Anthony Jr. & Helen Valeric of Hamilton, Dolores & James Stevens of
Hamilton. Buried at Our Lady of Lourdes Cemetery, Hamilton. Palanka
OSB Family #187. The Times, 27 October 1994 issue.
– Jakob Anton of Ridgewood died on February 17, 2008 at the age
of 93. A native of Periamosch, Romania, he was the beloved
husband of Margareta, devoted father of Margaret Damm and John
Anton; also survived by two grandchildren. Mass of Christian
Burial was offered at St. Matthias Church followed by interment
in Linden Hill Cemetery under the direction of the Morton
Funeral Home/Ridgewood Chapels, 663 Grandview Avenue, Ridgewood.
The Times Newsweekly. February 21, 2008. Submitted by Noelle
- Katharina Antoni of Ridgewood died on
October 9, 2001 at the age of 63. A native of Sekitsch,
Yugoslavia, she was the devoted mother of Peter Antoni, dear
sister of Helene Karb, Gerlinde Losch. She was a member of
Emmaus Lutheran Church, Mary Martha Guild. Services were held at
the Morton Funeral Home/Ridgewood Chapels, 663 Grandview Avenue,
Ridgewood, officiated by Reverend John Stoudt, followed by
cremation in Fresh Pond Crematory. Times Newsweekly, Ridgewood,
NY, 18 October 2001. Submitted by Noelle Giesse.