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    1. YAHL News?
    2. Nora Yahl
    3. Hi All! I have not heard anything from this list for awhile and wondered what is going on. I suspect that I am not on the list because of an e-mail address change. Maybe everyone's talking and I am not included. I have been corresponding with Bernadette Lortet in France for about a year now. She is the sister of Pierre Haller. It has been an interesting exchange as neither of us speak each others' language...enter Babelfish. Bernadette's daughter is fluent in English so she translates her mother's messages before sending them to me. Has anyone found any new information? Nora Yahl in St. Louis

    03/10/2007 05:04:06
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    10/25/2006 02:59:10
    1. Re: Obit FYI: Catherine M. Doolittle (nee Yahl)
    2. This is a Message Board Post that is gatewayed to this mailing list. Classification: Query Message Board URL: http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec/msg/rw/TcXBAIB/3.1.1 Message Board Post: I seemed to have lost the last response, but the gist of it was that when we see a response that generates more questions, I think we should make an effort to identify ourselves. I would like to know who Catherine Doolittle is and who is JoAnne Gibbons, her daughter? Even though it has been awhile since I have worked on the Yahl line and am coming about a year late on this inquiry, I still would like to be able to connect those of us that do have information. I have very recently been in contact with a third cousin who lives in France and she and her brother still own the home place in Reischfeld. We have had a lively conversation over the past few months, albeit somewhat difficult as neither of us speak the other's language. I have used Babel-Fish on Alta Vista.com to translate my written message into French and send it to her. She does the same for me. We found it very interesting that her granddaughter and my grand daughter look very much alike. These two little girls would be fourth cousins. Nora Yahl in St. Louis, MO

    08/11/2006 10:10:04
    1. Re: Obit FYI: Catherine M. Doolittle (nee Yahl)
    2. This is a Message Board Post that is gatewayed to this mailing list. Surnames: Yahl Classification: Query Message Board URL: http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec/msg/an/TcXBAIB/3.1 Message Board Post: This is my mother's obituary.

    11/24/2005 07:54:57
    1. Obit FYI: Catherine M. Doolittle (nee Yahl)
    2. This is a Message Board Post that is gatewayed to this mailing list. Classification: Query Message Board URL: http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec/msg/rw/TcXBAIB/3 Message Board Post: CATHERINE M. DOOLITTLE (nee Yahl) Age 86 of Crown Point, IN, passed away Friday, January 7, 2005 at her home. She is survived by her one daughter: JoAnn Gibson; one son, Dale Bruce Doolittle; many grandchildren; one sister: Anne Beamon; and many nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by her husband, Wilbur, and her three brothers. Funeral services will be held Tuesday, January 11, 2005, 10:00 a.m. at Geisen Funeral Home, Crown Point with John P. Starr, officiating. Entombment Calumet Park Cemetery in Merrillville, IN. Friends may call at the Geisen Funeral Home, 109 N. East St., Crown Point on Monday, January 10, 2005 from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. To share a memory or send a condolence to the family, please visit the guestbook section of the obituary page at www.geisenfuneralhome.com For more information please call (219) 663-2500. Published in the Post-Tribune (Gary, IN) from 1/9/2005 - 1/10/2005. No relation to the deceased.

    06/15/2005 05:48:31
    1. [YAHL] Gehl/Jehl/Yahl/etc
    2. John and Beryl Henry
    3. Hi! Decided to send along what I'd gleaned while searching for my GEHL ancestors. If you find anything that may be a connection to your family, please obtain a copy of the Stader volumes and check the entries for yourself. The volumes themselves contain a great deal of geneal information. Beryl "Sammelwerk donauschwabischer Kolonisten" Vol 3 by Stefan Stader JEHL / JELL / JEHLIN / JRHLEN / JEHLI / JEL(L)I / JEL(L)E / JELY / JEHLE / UELIN /UEHLIN / IHLEN / GYOLE / ***PLEASE NOTE: If there's something of interest to you it is best to get a copy of the entries for actual and additional information, ie sources of the information ******* 23815 Jehl (Jell) Benedikt, a 30 year old farmer, wife Anna Maria (last name unknown), and 2 children (unnamed), registered in Vienna Mar 20, 1769 on their way to Grabatz/ Banat. They were from Marckholzheim of Alsace (Markolsheim am Rhein/Els) A son, Joseph, who was born in Grabatz was baptized July 17, 1773. 23816 Jehl(in) Magdalena, a 23 year old single woman from Unterachern, Achern/Bad, married Jan 5 1801 to Benedikt Tyri, a 24 year old single man of Virgs? near Schaffhausen, while on the way to Hungary. 23817 Jehle (Jehli, Jeli) Adam of Dogern Rhein, south west of Waldshut/Baden , registered in Wien (6 persons) to go to Banat in 1755. 23818 Jele Balthasar of Lautern - Lauterach, south west of Ehingen, with wife and 5 children 1712 to Hungary 23819 Jehle Maria Eva - married 1753 (unable to make out the following: in Ul J Gfrd Frode) - Frode (has an umlaut over the o and is a surname) 23820 Jele Gabriel was a 33 year old Catholic, Mauer and Steinhauer, who registered in Wien May 16, 1786, with his wife and 6 daughters (8 persons) from Breisgau. 23821 Jele Johann George - of Englbolzheim (possibly also or either Englboldshofen southwest of Leutkirch/Allgemein) registered in Wien May 4 1766 23822 Jehle (Uelin umlaut over the U) Jakob of Gurtweil northeast from Waldshut came to Hungary in 1760 with his wife Anna Winkler of Dogern southwest of Waldshut 23823 Jehle? (Gyole umlaut over the o) Johann of Indelkofen north of Waldshut-Tiengen married with Maria,was in Gross-Jetscha/ Banat from 1768-1772. a son, Mathias was born there Sept 18 1769. 23824 Jehle Johann,a Mullerknecht from Strittberg norht of Waldshut-Tiengen. Married Katherina Gasser of Ewatingen north east of Bonndorf, 1775 in Hungary 23825 Jehle Josef of "Inglikoffe" = Indelkofen north of Waldshut-Tiengen wife Anna Ginter of Obermettingen north east of Waldshut to Hungary 1745. 23826 Jehle (Jely/Jeli) Josef (born ca 1738) from Dogern southwest of Waldshut, ab 1764 in Freidorf/Banat, died Mar 8, 1806. He married his first wife, Anna Maria Moll Feb 6 1764 in Freidorf. Anna is the daughter of Kasper and Barbara. Anna died Oct 20 1783. Josef's second wife, Eva Reb, in Freidorf Aug 1 1785. Eva was born ca 1765 and died Apr 25 1812. Children born in Freidorf, Philipp bJuly 19 1765; Margaretha b Jan 28 1769; Michael b Jan 20 1773; Peter b Oct 5 1789; Katharina b Mar 23 1791; Josef b Aaug 24 1794. 23827 Jehle Josef of Rohr north of Waldshut/Rhein, married Katharina Maister of Fuetzen south of Blumberg/Baden on Mar 22 1775 on the way to Hungary 23828 Jehle Mathias b Feb 22 1784 Zogenweiler northwest of Weingarten, son of Georg (Joerg) 23829 Jehle (Uehlin/ Jelli) Michael b ca 1691, d Jan 10 1761 in Lippa /Banat. Married ca 1714, first wife, Maria Urberger, daughter of Hans and Magdalena (maiden name Hug). Maria b ca1680, died Mar 8 1755 in Strittmatt. Michael married his second wife, Maria Oberle (b Feb 4 1716 in Hierbach), daughter of Lorenz and Maria(maiden name Schmid) in Strittmatt Apr 24 1755. Of their Michael's 6 children, the first 4 were born in Strittmatt and the last 2, unknown location. Josef b Mar 26 1715, Maria b Aug 18 1716, Johann b Apr 3 1718, Michael b Sept 15 1723, Magdalena b ca 725, Gertrud b ca 1730. 23830 Jehle Nikolaus od Unteerachern =Acheern/Baden, married Mariaqnna Debs of Hagenau/Elsass on July 2 1803 on the way to Hungary. 23831Jehle (Jehlin) Verena married Fridolin Ebner of Hechwihl west of Waldshuth. died in Hungary Dec 2 1769 Birndorf west of Waldshut. 23832 Jehlen Johann,a single farmer from Pfuhl north east of Ulm, registered in Wien Sept 5 1786 with his sister Rosina, to Hungary. 23833 Jehlen (Ihlen) Ulrich, a 34 yr old, Lutheran farmer from Langenau northeast of Ulm. He registered in Wien May 3 1786 with his wife to Hungary. 23834 Jehli (Jehle) Franz Josef (b Jan 22 1762 in Unterentersbach north of Haslach/Kinzigtal) son of Anton and Maria Anna (maiden name Heitzmann). Franz Josef married Elisabeth Arnold Nov 28 1786 in Hodschag/Batschka. She is the daughter of Chrn and Ursula (maiden name Marx) and was born Oct 14 1768 in Hodschag. Children born in Hodschag: Katharina b Sept 24 1787, Anna Maria b Dec 14 17 89, Regina b Sept 6 1797. 23835 Jeli Johann b ca 1733 from Weilen/ Schwarzw = Weilheim, north of Waldshut. Died Feb 5 1786 in Neubaschenowa/Banat. he was married to Maria b ca 1729 from Weilenia/ Schwarzw whodied Jan 28 1786 in Neubeschenowa. Theor son anton married Barbara Lang Feb 21 1786 in Neubeschenowa. 23836 Jeli Michael, wife Agnes of "Schoenaij". to Brestowatz/Banat. son Jakob, 3 and a half years deceased? Mar 16 1791 23837 Jely Peter from Merscheid (=Merscheid north west of Morbach/Hunruck) Trier registered in Wien May 28 1766. Enjoy!!

    06/12/2002 06:01:27
    1. [YAHL] Fw: yahl/jehl
    2. Michelle Robinson
    3. Pardon my excitement....here's another letter from Pierre..... Michelle [email protected] ----- Original Message ----- From: pierre Sent: Tuesday, June 11, 2002 4:16 PM To: Michelle Robinson Subject: Re: yahl/jehl Michelle, + Here are some answers to your questions with approximate dates : - yes, Jacob=Jacques - Alois Jehl = my grandfather (1865-1942), his children (my uncles) Wilhelm (1899-~1978), René (~1903-1956), Alois (~1904-1948), Martin (~1900-1918), my mother Anne (1916- ) - René Jehl's children (my cousins) Nicole (~1930 - ), Gaston (1935- ), Yvonne (~1931- ) live in Alsace - Wilhem Jehl's children (my cousins) Yolande (~1930-~1953), Adrien (~1930-~1980), Guy (~1940- ), Serge (~1950- ), Gilbert (~1930-~1970) - Anne Jehl (1916-), spouse of Robert Haller (1920-) children (my parents) : Jean-Marie (1940-1983), Bernadette (1946-), Pierre (me) (1945-) + That seems correct : Nicolas b 1823; son of Jacques and Anna Marie Wolfer. Jacques b (approximately 1790); son of Jean-Martin and Anna-Marie Schueler. Jacques' son, Martin, is your ancestor. Is all of the above correct? + My documentation is what my mother has given me , it is handwritten , she has copied the documents of the parish of Reichsfeld from 1800 to 1966. + In 1870 after France lost the war against Germany, Alsace and Lorraine became German. Although , the local language was and still is a German dialect, most of the Alsatians always preferred France. So, many thousand emigrated to "the inner France", to Algeria and even to America. That is the reason why even today one finds German family names in these regions. 1918 Alsace and Lorraine became again French. 1940 German, 1945 French. So those who lived between 1869 and 1946 were forced to change their nationality five times. During world war one, it happended that two brothers had to fight against each other in the trenchees of Verdun.During world war two the men of the my father's generation have been incorporated in the German army. Most of them did not come back from the Russian front or from the Russian concentration camps. Your ancestors were right to go to America. Today, Alsace is a rather rich and peaceful region. The wineyard owners in Reichsfeld are no longer the poor peasants who emigrated during the 19th century. Sincerely Pierre

    06/11/2002 01:03:16
    1. [YAHL] Letter 1
    2. Michelle Robinson
    3. These letters are written to Rose (d/o Joseph Emil; s/o Leonard). They were written in one language, either French, German or English; and were transcribed by Michelle Borges. Reichsfeld, December 2, 1945 Dear Cousins and Family, We received your letter dated November 1st on November 26th and we wanted to answer it right away with our news knowing Grandpa Leonard would be especially interested. We are very glad to hear that he is still alive and in good health. here in Reichsfeld many less fortunate things have happened and our Grandfather will not be pleased when I must tell him that Melanie Jehl died in September of 1940 and my father Alois Jehl died on December 18, 1942, and the dear Xavier Jehl also died on January 29, 1944. So he (Leonard) no longer has any cousins left here. Melanie was 70 years old, my father was 77 and Xavier was 80. We're glad to hear that you still think about us and hope that you will continue to write all year long, because we think well of our family in America and we want to send you a picure of our family to remember us by. My wife would like to write you a little letter in English and later when we are back in Strasbourg she will have more time to do it. This t! errible war has gone fairly well for our famiy and thank the good Lord that Hitler and his Nazis are gone. The things they made us do...you just can't imagine. We were freed by the American troops November 29, 1944. The shooting lasted three days long with the artillery pushing the Germans back hitting several houses and two men on the roof died, but thank God our house is still standing and all of our family members are alive and healthy. My brother Alois and my sister's husband were deserters of the German army and hid in the woods until the American soldiers came and found them; and it was awful bad times when the Nazi party wanted to deport my mother, so for several days we had to be very strong or alone start a little Partisan war against these bandits. But at last everything went well. We don't know whether any of the boys from our family here in Europe have gotten to know any of yours. We would love it if they could come and visit us because we have enjoyed mak! ing friends and celebrating with American and French soldiers with wine and Schnapps. If you are able to come and visit, you can come here to Reichsfeld or with me in Strasbourg, 19 Avenue des Vosges, at the agriculture office. It would make us very happy. I must also tell Grandpa Leonard that Xavier Jehl from 1940 on, (after Melanie died), used to eat with my mother and did all of his own laundry. he worked all the way up to the Fall of 1943 and he was only sick for four weeks and died without much pain. He was a good man and would have been glad to see the war end because he didn't like the Germans either and like Gramdpa Martin Jehl was a good and proud Frenchman. We still have a great need for food and a lot of things just aren't available: clothing, shoes, meat, lard, and coal, and we hope it will be better in 1946 and there's never a war again. I am only 43 years old and I have already seen two wars and a lot of sorrow each time. I work in Strasbourg in a large! agricultural office and after I have found an apartment I will bring my family back again with me because several thousand houses were completely destroyed by the bombing by the American planes and German artillery. So I must close for now and I hope that you can read and understand my writing and that you write to us again soon. Greetings to you from our whole hearts! Your cousin, Rene' Jehl Reichsfeld Louis Jehl Nephew and cousin who lives in Reichsfeld (Alois; son) or: 19 Ave. des Vosges Strasbourg, France

    06/11/2002 07:31:48
    1. [YAHL] Re: yahl/jehl
    2. Michelle Robinson
    3. Pierre, Oh my goodness! This is wonderful information! Another descendant of Nicolas' has his death certificate that lists his father as Jacob, but the information was provided by a descendant of of Nicolas'. Would a translation of Jacques possibly lead to Jacob? Or was this possibly a middle name (although I know that it is not called a middle name in Alsace)? There are lots of letters written between Nicolas' descendants and some family members who lived in Reichsfeld. Their names include Xavier, Nicole, Gaston, Yvonne, Alois, Rene. Do some of these names sound familiar to you? They were written in the 1940's. It looks like there is a letter written by Rene' Jehl, and it mentions his father, Alois. As well, there is another letter written by Rene' that mentions his brothers and sisters named Wilhelm, Alois, Anna (who is married and has two children, this was written in May 1950) and Wilhelm (who has five children). Oh Pierre, I hope that I am not overwhelming you with questions! I am so excited to find a link! Do you work on the genealogy of your family? We have a YAHL/JEHL/GEHL list set up through www.rootsweb.com. If you would be interested in becoming a member of the list you can send an email to [email protected] It costs nothing, and right now we have 14 members. You can post messages, and they will go to the whole list of subscribers (members). As well, when they post a message, it will be sent to you. Do you have a web site with your information? I'm not sure how you found my email, but I'm sure glad that you did! I have a web site at http://muesicmo.tripod.com. I have all of the information on the YAHL family listed there, but I need to update it soon with some information. Do you have any documentation or sources for your information? I sure wish I could make a trip to Reichsfeld. That would help all of us researchers a lot! I do have a little information about the change of Alsace from French to German. It is believed that that is the reason that Nicolas and Philip came to America. To make sure that I understand you correctly: Nicolas b 1823; son of Jacques and Anna Marie Wolfer. Jacques b (approximately 1790); son of Jean-Martin and Anna-Marie Schueler. Jacques' son, Martin, is your ancestor. Is all of the above correct? Please write again! This is wonderful to connect with a cousin! Michelle [email protected] ----- Original Message ----- From: pierre Sent: Tuesday, June 11, 2002 12:15 PM To: Michelle Robinson Subject: Re: yahl/jehl Michelle, My mother, Anne Haller born Jehl, who is now 86, and who lives in Reichsfeld, has sent me some names about our common ancestors. The filiation is probably as follows : Pierre Haller (1945- ) son of Anne Jehl (1916 - ) daughter of Aloïse Jehl ( 1865-1942) son of Martin Jehl ( 1822- 1909) son of Jacques Jehl ( - 1852) and Anne Marie Wolfer (1792-1844) . Jacques Jehl is the son of Jean-Martin Jehl (1751-1826) and Anne-Marie Schueler (1756-1819) Jacques Jehl had at least 9 children : 1813 Anne-Marie, 1819 Jacques, 1820 Michel, 1822 Martin, 1823 Nicolas, 1823 Françoise, 1826 Michel, 1828 Sophie, 1833 Philippe. Nicolas was married with Thérèse Bores, their children were : 1859 Leonard, 1860 Edmond, 1861 Philippe, 1862 Wilhelm, 1863 Emilie, 1864 Emile. Appearently Jean-Martin Jehl (1751-1826) and Anne-Marie Schueler (1756-1819) seem to be your great-great-great-great-great grandparents and my great-great-great grandparents. Note that Reichsfeld, Alsace, was German from 1870 to 1918. Sincerely Pierre

    06/11/2002 07:18:37
    1. [YAHL] Fw: yahl/jehl
    2. Michelle Robinson
    3. Well guys....look what I got today. Out of the blue, this man, Pierre, contacted me (I know that my web site is indexed and the results are made available via Google, so perhaps that's how). Nora! What do ya' think? I was so excited, I haven't really looked at it really well yet....but...it gives a lot more names. OHHHH! I'm so excited! I will contact him and see if he can send me some more information on these lines. This information could help others of you who are researching too! I'll keep you informed if I get any further information! Michelle [email protected] ----- Original Message ----- From: pierre Sent: Tuesday, June 11, 2002 12:15 PM To: Michelle Robinson Subject: Re: yahl/jehl Michelle, My mother, Anne Haller born Jehl, who is now 86, and who lives in Reichsfeld, has sent me some names about our common ancestors. The filiation is probably as follows : Pierre Haller (1945- ) son of Anne Jehl (1916 - ) daughter of Aloïse Jehl ( 1865-1942) son of Martin Jehl ( 1822- 1909) son of Jacques Jehl ( - 1852) and Anne Marie Wolfer (1792-1844) . Jacques Jehl is the son of Jean-Martin Jehl (1751-1826) and Anne-Marie Schueler (1756-1819) Jacques Jehl had at least 9 children : 1813 Anne-Marie, 1819 Jacques, 1820 Michel, 1822 Martin, 1823 Nicolas, 1823 Françoise, 1826 Michel, 1828 Sophie, 1833 Philippe. Nicolas was married with Thérèse Bores, their children were : 1859 Leonard, 1860 Edmond, 1861 Philippe, 1862 Wilhelm, 1863 Emilie, 1864 Emile. Appearently Jean-Martin Jehl (1751-1826) and Anne-Marie Schueler (1756-1819) seem to be your great-great-great-great-great grandparents and my great-great-great grandparents. Note that Reichsfeld, Alsace, was German from 1870 to 1918. Sincerely Pierre ----- Original Message ----- From: Michelle Robinson To: pierre Sent: Saturday, June 08, 2002 12:51 AM Subject: Re: yahl/jehl Pierre, OHHHH! You are wonderful! Yes! Yes! I definitely would be interested! There are many unanswered questions that we have. There are a group of researchers that I work with in regards to the surname YAHL/JEHL/GEHL. I have four brothers: Nicholas, Philip, Martin and Michael that I am working on. Nicholas was my great-great-great-grandfather. The information that I have says that Nicholas and Philip were both born in 1823 in Reichsfeld, and that Martin was born in 1833, and we have no birth information for Michael. This Martin stayed in Reichsfeld (and around the area). I have some information on his descendants, but it is very scattered. Is this the Martin that you refer to? If not, I have some other researchers that I am working with who are searching for a Martin Jehl, perhaps this is their Martin? So either way, I would love to correspond with you more. What is your mother's name? Thank you so much for contacting me, Pierre! I look VERY forward to hearing from you! Michelle [email protected] http://muesicmo.tripod.com ----- Original Message ----- From: pierre Sent: Friday, June 07, 2002 3:23 PM To: [email protected] Subject: yahl/jehl hello ! If your are still seaching for your ancestor Martin Jehl from Reichsfeld, I could give you some information. I think that he was a brother of my grand grand father. Other Americans from Ohio ( Gonzalez) have taken contact with my parents this year concerning Martin Jehl. My mother, 86, is named Jehl. Regards Pierre Haller Ermont France

    06/11/2002 06:38:39
    1. [YAHL] Admin Message
    2. Michelle Robinson
    3. Ladies and Gentlemen, Beginning today (6/10), Rootsweb will be doing some changing and moving around on their servers. During this time, no list mail will be sent to the list. If you do send a message, it will be held until the server work is completed. No messages will be lost, they will be delivered at a later time. Thanks for your patience and understanding! Michelle List Administrator __________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? Yahoo! - Official partner of 2002 FIFA World Cup http://fifaworldcup.yahoo.com

    06/10/2002 05:53:05
    1. [YAHL] Viruses
    2. Nora Yahl
    3. Hello! I have had a rash of infected e-mails today. Four to be exact and they were 3 different strains. I am not sure how this affects you, because I have Norton Antivirus and they were quanteened and then the proceedure was carried out to delete them from my computer. However, had I not had that service, my entire address book would have been at risk. I am sending this warning that you might be sure that your own antivirus is running and updated. With that many different ones coming on the same day, I am sure that I am not the only one affected. Sincerely, Nora Yahl in St. Louis

    05/07/2002 04:24:32
    1. [YAHL] From the List Admin
    2. Michelle Robinson
    3. Ladies and Gentlemen, Once again, I need to write to you regarding some virus information. Again, this should not be a topic for conversation, but I feel the need to address this issue. As some of you might know, the KLEZ virus has reared it's ugly head. As well, some others have returned...Bad Trans and Snow White. If you are not familiar with KLEZ, let me give you a short synopsis. The KLEZ virus can (without your knowledge and without even infecting YOUR computer) be sent to you by a third party, use everyone's address in your address book, send the virus to them, and so forth down the line. IF the virus is sent to you, it can use the email addresses in your address book to look like it was sent by them to everyone else. It's very sneaky. The reason I felt it was so important is that this virus has numerous times been made to look like it comes from Rootsweb List Administrators addresses. In 99% of the cases, you will NEVER receive an email from an address such as [email protected] Therefore, if you see an email from one of the -admin addresses, be careful. Also, pay careful attention to the size of the email, that can be a big clue. Also, if you receive a message from a list that you are not subscribed to, be careful. Below is an article that was posted in last weeks Rootsweb Review. Once again, I'm sorry for the off-topic post, but felt that you all were on a "need to know" basis. Happy Hunting! Michelle List Administrator KLEZ WORM WIGGLES ACROSS THE NET. No, RootsWeb.com is not sending you a virus or worm in an attachment -- no matter what these "forged" addresses with RootsWeb name in it say. Be sure your anti-virus software is up-to-date and that you use it. Never open any e-mail attachments unless you have confirmed with the sender that she or he did indeed send it to you for a reason. Do not assume that the attachment came from where it says -- these sophisticated worms are able to forge addresses and they are fooling lots of people. Some even claim to be "worm removal tools." Don't believe them. The Klez worm has been able to spread because of a security vulnerability in Microsoft Internet Explorer (browser) and because many people do not update their browser and download these patches. Don't risk the loss of your personal and genealogical data: Update your browser now: [2-line URL]: http://www.microsoft.com/windows/ie/downloads/critical/ q290108/default.asp/ Most antivirus vendors, such as Symantec, McAfee and Sophos, offer Klez patches. Is your computer virus free? Find out at: http://housecall.antivirus.com/pc_housecall/ Previously published in RootsWeb Review: Vol. 5, No. 17, 24 April 2002 __________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? Yahoo! Health - your guide to health and wellness http://health.yahoo.com

    05/02/2002 11:32:42
    1. [YAHL] GEHL given names
    2. John and Beryl Henry
    3. Some of the given names of my Gehl ancestors are my ggrandfather, Peter, the son of Matthew. Matthew is to have died either in Alsace Lorraine or Hungary. They travelled to the Banat region of Hungary and Peter was born in Csatad (now Lenauheim Romania) in 1850 so Matthew's death would have been around Peter's birth or shortly after. Matthew's wife was Elizabeth nee Fuchs. She remarried a man named Tauner (Pronounced "Taudner" according to my grandfather) but that's all we have. She died in Hungary. Her son and my GGrandfather, Peter, would eventually settle with his wife and children on the prairies of Saskatchewan, Canada in 1908. Other names related to this family are Fuchs, Focht, and Beitz. Would love to make contact with other members of this family. Beryl Henry

    04/25/2002 11:21:38
    1. [YAHL] JEHL entries in Sammelwerk
    2. John and Beryl Henry
    3. Here are the given names and variations of the entries under "JEHL" in Stefan Stader's book volume 3 (H-Kap) of "Sammelwerk donauschwaebischer Kolonisten" from pages 493 to 495: (Please note that the numbers in front of the entries are important) 23815 Jehl - (Jell) - Benedikt 23816 Jehl(in) - Magdalena 23817 Jehle - (Jehli/Jeli) -Adam 23818 Jele -Balthasar 23819 Jehle - M Eva 23820 Jele - Gabriel 23821 Jele - John Georg 23822 (Uelin with umlaut over the U) - Jakob 23823 Jehle? - (Gyoele) - Johann 23824 Jehle - Johann 23825 Jehle - Josef 23826 Jehle - (Jely/Jeli) - Josef 23827 Jehle - Josef 23828 Jehle - Mathias 23829 Jehle - (Uehlin/Jelli) - Michael 23830 Jehle - Nikolaus 23831 Jehle - (Jehlin) - Verena 23832 Jehlen - Johann 23833 Jehlen - (Ihlen) - Ulrich 23834 Jehli - (Jehle) - Franz Josef I can lookup the additional info for you until May 16, 2002. Beryl

    04/25/2002 11:10:42
    1. [YAHL] Yalk/Jehl/Gehl
    2. John and Beryl Henry
    3. Hi! I'm new. My ancestor's surname is a variation - GEHL. They came from the Banat - Csatad (now Lenauheim) and settled on the Saskatchewan prairies in the early 1900s. Before the Banat they were said to have come from Alsace as well. I have the Stader's "Sammelwerk donauschwabischer Kolonisten" volumes that cover names starting with A to Kap. There are about 18 entries for Jele/Jehl/Jehle/Jehlen in the 3rd volume. I have the volumes for a loan from our genealogical library until May 16,2002. If anyone would like me to do a lookup, just ask. Beryl Henry

    04/25/2002 09:17:22
    1. Re: [YAHL] Anything new?
    2. Marcella Dawson
    3. My Jehl shows up in Texas in 1848. I have a document that shows he left France in February, 1838. He may have gone to Galveston or he may have gone to New York. The eight of us looking for him from 1838-1848 have never found anything definitive. All the rumors have never led anywhere. Nothing on his wife either. At 08:38 AM 4/25/02 -0700, Michelle Robinson wrote: >Marcella, >I can't remember (I could go look at the archives, >but...) where did your ancestors come into the >country? Or have you gotten that far back? What >other states have your ancestors lived in? >Michelle > >--- Marcella Dawson <[email protected]> wrote: > > (snip) > > I am beginning to think that the Jehl/Yahl/etc. in > > the northern states are > > a branch of the Alsace Jehls from the Strasbourg > > area. The Jehls in the > > southern states are from the Jehls in the Colmar > > region. > > Marcella Dawson > > email: [email protected] > > http://www.hal-pc.org/~dawsonm/index.html > > http://www.crpc.rice.edu/CRPC/GT/dawsonm/ > > > > >__________________________________________________ >Do You Yahoo!? >Yahoo! Games - play chess, backgammon, pool and more >http://games.yahoo.com/ > > >============================== >To join Ancestry.com and access our 1.2 billion online genealogy records, >go to: >http://www.ancestry.com/rd/redir.asp?targetid=571&sourceid=1237 Marcella Dawson email: [email protected] http://www.hal-pc.org/~dawsonm/index.html http://www.crpc.rice.edu/CRPC/GT/dawsonm/

    04/25/2002 09:13:01
    1. Re: [YAHL] Anything new?
    2. Michelle Robinson
    3. Marcella, I can't remember (I could go look at the archives, but...) where did your ancestors come into the country? Or have you gotten that far back? What other states have your ancestors lived in? Michelle --- Marcella Dawson <[email protected]> wrote: > (snip) > I am beginning to think that the Jehl/Yahl/etc. in > the northern states are > a branch of the Alsace Jehls from the Strasbourg > area. The Jehls in the > southern states are from the Jehls in the Colmar > region. > Marcella Dawson > email: [email protected] > http://www.hal-pc.org/~dawsonm/index.html > http://www.crpc.rice.edu/CRPC/GT/dawsonm/ > __________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? Yahoo! Games - play chess, backgammon, pool and more http://games.yahoo.com/

    04/25/2002 02:38:23
    1. Re: [YAHL] Anything new?
    2. Marcella Dawson
    3. Unfortunately, no. Ran across a fellow who was the city manager for one of the suburban towns (here in Houston) and emailed him because his name was Yahl. He either didn't get my message or was not interested because I did not hear from him. I am beginning to think that the Jehl/Yahl/etc. in the northern states are a branch of the Alsace Jehls from the Strasbourg area. The Jehls in the southern states are from the Jehls in the Colmar region. Marcella Dawson email: [email protected] http://www.hal-pc.org/~dawsonm/index.html http://www.crpc.rice.edu/CRPC/GT/dawsonm/

    04/25/2002 12:20:15
    1. Re: [YAHL] Anything new?
    2. Nora Yahl
    3. Michelle, Perhaps....that is all I can say. I told you that I had dinner with your Aunt Rose the other night and she is awaiting information from Ohio cousins that have been to Reischfeld, France to visit their daughter who has talked with the cousins that never came to America. Rose has also gotten a computer and is awaiting on her children to do something to it before she has e-mail. She seems open to the idea, although a bit cautious. I gave her my e-mail address to practice with when she was set. So far no messages from her. Then just a hour or so ago, I wrote to Marlene Zwiebel in Ohio...St. Mary's or Wapakoneta or wherever. I was urging her to urge the Ohio cousins to give us a report as there are many who are anxiously awaiting some news or any news. So that's the story amid the pouring down rain in St. Louis. Nora ----- Original Message ----- From: "Michelle Robinson" <[email protected]> To: <[email protected]> Sent: Wednesday, April 24, 2002 9:28 PM Subject: [YAHL] Anything new? > Anyone making any headway out there? Haven't seen a > post for a while. > > Oh heck...let's just chat about what's going on! <g> > The weather is great (well...actually...it's raining a > lot in Missouri!). > > Seriously...anyone have any new leads? > > Michelle > [email protected] > > > __________________________________________________ > Do You Yahoo!? > Yahoo! Games - play chess, backgammon, pool and more > http://games.yahoo.com/ > > > ============================== > To join Ancestry.com and access our 1.2 billion online genealogy records, go to: > http://www.ancestry.com/rd/redir.asp?targetid=571&sourceid=1237 >

    04/24/2002 03:52:02