A Letter Written by Anton STEMPER to Karl & Anna (STEMPER) DIX in December 1913 tells of "Grandmother's Death" in Ferencvaros, Temes - unfortunately it does not identify Grandmother.
Read the translated letter dated
Jan 12, 1913.  

We heard from the daughter of Anton & Elisabeth (ENGELMANN) STEMPER after WWII, asking for help, and we did send care packages and clothing.  The daughter, Elisabeth STEMPER b. 1894, then asked for money; but we wrote we couldn't.  We never heard from her after that.  It is thought Elisabeth married KERESTYLINE, a postal worker.

The below photo is believed to be of Phillipp DIX, wife Barbara MAIER & daughters, circa 1920-1930.

         

SURNAMES:

BAUER
BIER
DAMM
DIX/TIX
EDELMAYER
EICHERT
ENGELMANN
HAFNER
HEIN/HAIN
HENZEL
JOCHUM
JOST/JOSZT
KULBURG
KUHLBURGER
LAUT
MAIER
MORITZ
OCHSENFELD
PFEIFFER
SCHMIDT
SINGER
STEMPER
TASSINGER
WEBER
WEINHOFER
WELS/WELSCH
WINDENBERGER
WOLZ/WOLCZ

 

 

 

Believed to be Phillipp DIX, wife Barbara MAIER & daughters, circa 1920-1930.  If you have information about this family, please contact me.

Note: Ferencvaros (Ferenczváros) Hungarian: Franzstadt/Mehala, Temeschburg.

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