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Not sure if the Klimesch & Klimeš Surname originates in Czech Republic in the 1500's - or if it originates in Germany as Klimisch in the 1300's (as per Rainer Klimisch site) before moving to Moravia, Czech. *See possible relatives "under review" on Rutar page OR external German Klimisch/Klimesch/Klimes site of Rainer Klimisch OR Klimisch Family site in USA, names included on this web site.*www.familysearch.org - 2nd search has: 574-David & 95-Dawid, 136-Effenberger, 53-Gronich & 3-Gronisch, 536-John, 80-Jurenka, 61-Kalousek, 212-Kaspar, 254-Kaul, 46-Klimesch & 103 Klimes, 29-Kobek, 83-Kubiczek & 92-Kubitschek, 161-Macek & 135-Matzek, 191-Matis & 84-Matys, 285-Muhl, 4-Podhorni & 35-Podhorny, 3-Pospischal, 257-Reichel, 58-Rutar & 226-Ruter & 19-Ruthar, 131-Schimek & 7-Schimck, 132-Simek, 167-Valenta & 125 Walenta, 3-Wizenetz names
Tax map for Hrabenov (Rabenau) north of Šumperk, Moravia (Mahren), Czech in 1835 has the following names owning land around the village and living in the following houses: Klimesch Anton in #46, Joseph Klimesch in #72 & one in #60, Wenz Klimesch in #61, Franz Kaspar in #35 & one in #58, Johann Kaspar in #32. Tax map for Hostice /Hosterlitz in 1835 has: Franz Klimesch in #48, Johann Klimesch in #56, Joseph Klimes in #85, Joseph Kaspar in #46, Frantz Kubicek in #60. Source: Karin Smith, see her family genealogy search-1 & search-2 or our identical surnames below. *The following individuals work for the town of Ruda nad Moravou: Kašparová, Klimeš, Klimešová, Kubíček, Valentová
Note: any relation to on Matis page Pavel/Paul Matis ( of Kohmet - ) & Marina Podhorni ( of Janosov m. 10/25/1705 Kohmet - ) OR on David page Veronika Wizenetz (6/20/1774 Pisařov - ), daughter of Johann Wizenetz & Catharina Pospischal ( m. 6/29/1768 Pisařov - ) & others OR on Klimisch page Gordon Mattis OR on Rutar page Antonius Matis ( m. 5/26/1743 - ) son of Thoma Matis of Bohdíkov ??
** FamilySearch.org has Petr's parents below as Petr Klimesch & Mariana Matzek AND while Rainer Klimisch has his parents as Franz Klimesch (1801 Hostice - ) & Magdalena Strohal ( m. Jan 1827 Ruda nad Moravou (Eisenberg) #28 - ) son of Franz Klimesch (7/24/1772 Eisenberg - ) & Magdalena Kohl ( m. 10/4/1797 Eisenberg - )
Note: any relation to: Franz Macek + Marianna Ruttarová on Rutar page Born: Dec 2, 1845 in? Died: unknown in? father: Franz Macek of Raškov. mother: Josepha (?). See "under review" Rutar page for: Gronich, Podhorný, Matis, Macek, etc. families OR any relation to people on Ritter genealogy page: Kaspar's (bef. 1798) of Hrabenov & Bludov, Marianna Matzek (abt.1802?) in Raškov & Josef Matzek (1700's) of Sedlak, Klimes (1700's), etc. OR representatives of the town Bohdikov: Fleischerová, Gronych, Gronychová, Petrmannová, Podhorný, Matýsová, Rutar and in their history, teacher Jan Matýs in 1799. Same names appear on Seznam phonebook, as well as Kašpar
Note: any relation to Jan Kubíček of Bohdíkov on Rutar page OR (2) Frant. Kubiček's (one a mayor) on 1990-1994 Pisařov town council mentioned in Pisařov 2003 book by Jan Jurenka ?
Note: Johann was the CEO of the Heeg & Friedmann textile factory in Šternberk, second largest industrial employer since 1912. During the Nazi invasion of Šternberk in October 1938, the Nazis were interested in taking the Klimesch 1931 Essex Supersix (USA) automobile. Hans knew this could happen & removed a part prior, thus making the car unusable. He told the Nazis since the car was made in USA, he was unable to order the part during the war. The Nazis believed him, left - and the Essex remained parked in the garage until 1945. In May 1945, during the Russian libaration (invasion), the family was hiding nearby the garage - when they heard their Essex running. It appears the Russians found the removed part in the garage, fixed the car and drove it away. Later, their stolen Essex was seen 2 times on the streets of Šternberk, after which it was likely shipped to Russia. *see more on Hans & family under Stories: - Town Šternberk (1850-1969) Friedmann-Klimesch-Rohel families, Heeg & Friedmann Textile, Anne's 2004 Eulogy and related families.
- Justin Michael BORROWDALE Born: private
- Torin James BORROWDALE Born: private
Note: any relation to Philipp Hass & Sohne in Wien 1, Teppich und Mobelstoff - Fabrik OR Haas & Czjzek porcelain in Czech Rep? - Founded in 1792. 1808: Johann Lippert made Wenzl Haas a partner, and named it Lippert & Haas. Few years later it was famous, award winning, and profitable. 1812: it received a porcelain license. 1830: August Haas joined the company when his father, Wenzl died. 1843: Lippert left his share of the company to his son in-law, Johannes Moehling, upon his death. 1847: August Haas bought out Moehling. 1867: Johann Czjzek (a newphew), became a partner of Georg Haas. 1885: Georg Haas buys Mostov Castle
. 1912:Baron Haas von Haasenfels buys Bítov Castle?
Note: any relation to the Spaček family on Theuber web site OR Vaclav, son Jan Spaček and descendants Jarmil Spaček and 8 other family members, whose Kokorin castle restitution came to an end in March 2006 after 16 years in the Czech courts?
*descendants below under review - Jun 7, 2005 *need help with: Herta's family document in Adobe .pdf
Note: *any relation to on geni ?? Elenoera Haton (Hrabenov (Rabenau), Moravia - Hostice /Hosterlitz, Moravia) 1st or 2nd wife (no children) of Jan Klimeš (Hostice - Hostice) + Barbora Šimek (Hostice - ) <parents of Franz Klimeš & Anna Kubiczek> "ch. Marianna Klimes & Ignatz Neset (1808 Hostice / Hosterlitz -) "ch. Ignatz Neset (1/30/1846 -)" <daughter of Anton Kubitschek (12/19/1768 of #49 Hrabenov - ) farmer & Susanna Kaspar / Kaschpar (Jul 6, 1768 Hrabenov - ) "ch. Helene / Helena Kubitschek (5/16/1811 Hrabenov - Hostice) & Johann Neset (of Hostice married abt 1835 - )" *Barbora is a daughter of Ignac Šimek & Barbora Kubiček *Anton is a son of Jakob Kubitschek & Rosina (?) *Susanna is a daughter of Wenzel Kaspar / Kazpar (of Hrabenov - ) & Katharina (?) (of Hrabenov? - ) (sources: Karin Smith and Ondřej Jan Snášel (Frank))
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