Hi from London – Searching Parents of Ferdinand Baingo 12 DEC 1826? – 10

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  • #22139
    Baingo
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    Ciao

    I hope you are all well under these awful times.

    I have hit a two year brick wall searching for the parents of Ferdinand Baingo (my great great grandfather) 12 DEC 1826? – 10 JAN 1911 Upper Silesia (Laurahutte, near Katowice) –

    I have found a newspaper notice regarding his death.
    Ferdindand Baingo death-10-jan-1911.jpg

    (see more info – via Erwin Baingo – my grandfather )

    I know he was living in Laurahutte in 1899 when his daughter was married.

    Mega please could you help me find this information

    Best wishes

    T

    #25280
    Axee
    Użytkownik

    A few comments to your website and data.

    February 10, 1911 is not the date of Ferdinand Baingo’s
    death.
    According to the announcement, February 10, 1911 is
    the date set in the court to resolve the inheritance case after the
    deceased Ferdinand.
    The announcement is in the official newspaper of the city of Katowice
    ‘Kattowitzer Kreisblatt’ on November 12, 1910, so Ferdinand died
    before that date.

    https://www.sbc.org.pl/dlibra/publication/130273/edition/122393/content

    Heirs:
    1. widow Baingo, born Bobczyk, inhabited Tarnowitz
    2. Berta Gasch, born Baingo, wife of the locomotive guide, inhabited
    Beuthen O/S.
    3. Max Baingo, charcuterie master, inhabited Tarnowitz
    4. Anna Golka, primo voto Bobczyk, born Baingo, inhabited Lassowitz
    5. Ernst Baingo, locksmith/metalworker, inhabited Tarnowitz
    6. Marie Schychowski, born Baingo, the restaurateur’s wife, inhabited
    Bismarckhutte
    (1. wife, 2-6. childrens)

    Anna’s marriages:
    1.
    30.07.1889
    Johann Valentin Bobczyk (Tarnowitz, sohn of Valentin and Catharina Mueller)
    Anna Baingo (Laurahütte Kreis Kattowitz, Daugther of Ferdinand and
    Marie Bobczyk)
    act no. 34/1889 Siemianowice Śląskie – Huta Laura USC
    2.
    13.05.1899
    Thomas Johann Golka (Falkowitz kreis Oppeln, sohn of Johann and Franziska Posch)
    Anna Bobczyk Baingo (Laurahütte Kreis Kattowitz, Daugther of Ferdinand
    and Marie Bobczyk)
    act no. 6/1899 Nakło – Naklo USC

    https://www.szukajwarchiwach.gov.pl/skan/-/skan/19649ef9b63f13238673e78977b31b5c643a5539e061c6d7d953ded4cdfbcd70

    in act from 1899:
    … daughter of Ferdinand, a merchant who died in Laurahutte

    Maria’s marriage:
    28.10.1891
    Johann Paul Schychowsky (Gross Strehlitz, sohn of Adam and Pauline Strzodka)
    Marie Baingo (Laurahütte Kreis Kattowitz, Daugther of Ferdinand and
    Marie Bobczyk)
    act no. 68/1891 Siemianowice Śląskie – Huta Laura USC

    From Max Baingo’s marriage act:

    Beuthen O/S 14-sep-1886

    1. Restaurateur Maximilian Baingo
    born 03-feb-1859 Laurahutte
    inhabited Beuthen O/S

    Parents:
    merchant Ferdinand Baingo and Marie Bobczyk
    the former died (‘ersterer verstorben’, so Ferdinand died before 1886)
    last inhabited Laurahutte

    2. Maria Martha Patzek
    born 30-jan-1866 Beuthen O/S
    inhabited Beuthen O/S

    Parents:
    master carpenter Carl Patzek and Johanna Goralczyk
    the former died (Carl Patzek died before 1886)
    last inhabited Beuthen O/S

    From USC LauraHutte’s index of deaths 1874-1896:

    Baingo Ferdinand act no. 114/1886
    Baingo Sophia 106/1884
    Baingo Caroline 62/1881
    Baingo Antonia 103/1876

    So make change on yours data, f.e. ‘Maria Baingo (birth name… Patyak
    – Maria Patyak)’ not Patyak, but Patzek, etc.

    It can be assumed that Ferdinand Baingo died 1886 in Laurahutte.

    Original death act of Ferdinand Baingo is located in Archiwum
    Państwowe w Katowicach, https://www.katowice.ap.gov.pl/.

    Akt zgonu Ferdinand Baingo nr 114/1886 USC Laurahutte.

    Ferdinand’s parents should be mentioned in this act.
    Try to contact the State Archives in Katowice, but contact may be
    difficult, as the archive works to a limited extent due to Covid-19

    That way the wall should be unbricked anyway…

    Greetings from Poland – Axee

    Pozdrawiam Bogusław.

    #25287
    Axee
    Użytkownik

    A few comments to your website and data.

    February 10, 1911 is not the date of Ferdinand Baingo’s death. According to the announcement, February 10, 1911 is the date set in the court to resolve the inheritance case after the deceased Ferdinand.
    The announcement is in the official newspaper of the city of Katowice ‘Kattowitzer Kreisblatt’ on November 12, 1910, so Ferdinand died before that date.

    https://www.sbc.org.pl/dlibra/publication/130273/edition/122393/content

    Heirs:
    1. widow Baingo, born Bobczyk, inhabited Tarnowitz
    2. Berta Gasch, born Baingo, wife of the locomotive guide, inhabited Beuthen O/S.
    3. Max Baingo, charcuterie master, inhabited Tarnowitz
    4. Anna Golka, primo voto Bobczyk, born Baingo, inhabited Lassowitz
    5. Ernst Baingo, locksmith/metalworker, inhabited Tarnowitz
    6. Marie Schychowski, born Baingo, the restaurateur’s wife, inhabited Bismarckhutte
    (1. wife, 2-6. childrens)

    Anna’s marriages:
    1.
    30.07.1889
    Johann Valentin Bobczyk (Tarnowitz, sohn of Valentin and Catharina Mueller)
    Anna Baingo (Laurahütte Kreis Kattowitz, Daugther of Ferdinand and Marie Bobczyk)
    act no. 34/1889 Siemianowice Śląskie – Huta Laura USC
    2.
    13.05.1899
    Thomas Johann Golka (Falkowitz kreis Oppeln, sohn of Johann and Franziska Posch)
    Anna Bobczyk Baingo (Laurahütte Kreis Kattowitz, Daugther of Ferdinand and Marie Bobczyk)
    act no. 6/1899 Nakło – Naklo USC

    https://www.szukajwarchiwach.gov.pl/skan/-/skan/19649ef9b63f13238673e78977b31b5c643a5539e061c6d7d953ded4cdfbcd70

    in act from 1899:
    … daughter of Ferdinand, a merchant who died in Laurahutte

    Maria’s marriage:
    28.10.1891
    Johann Paul Schychowsky (Gross Strehlitz, sohn of Adam and Pauline Strzodka)
    Marie Baingo (Laurahütte Kreis Kattowitz, Daugther of Ferdinand and Marie Bobczyk)
    act no. 68/1891 Siemianowice Śląskie – Huta Laura USC

    From Max Baingo’s marriage act:

    Beuthen O/S 14-sep-1886

    1. Restaurateur Maximilian Baingo
    born 03-feb-1859 Laurahutte
    inhabited Beuthen O/S

    Parents:
    merchant Ferdinand Baingo and Marie Bobczyk
    the former died (‘ersterer verstorben’, so Ferdinand died before 1886)
    last inhabited Laurahutte

    2. Maria Martha Patzek
    born 30-jan-1866 Beuthen O/S
    inhabited Beuthen O/S

    Parents:
    master carpenter Carl Patzek and Johanna Goralczyk
    the former died (Carl Patzek died before 1886)
    last inhabited Beuthen O/S

    From USC LauraHutte’s index of deaths 1874-1896:

    Baingo Ferdinand act no. 114/1886
    Baingo Sophia 106/1884
    Baingo Caroline 62/1881
    Baingo Antonia 103/1876

    So make change on yours data, f.e. ‘Maria Baingo (birth name… Patyak – Maria Patyak)’ not Patyak, but Patzek, etc.

    It can be assumed that Ferdinand Baingo died 1886 in Laurahutte.

    Original death act of Ferdinand Baingo is located in Archiwum Państwowe w Katowicach, https://www.katowice.ap.gov.pl/.
    Akt zgonu Ferdinand Baingo nr 114/1886 USC Laurahutte.

    Ferdinand’s parents should be mentioned in this act.
    Try to contact the State Archives in Katowice, but contact may be
    difficult, as the archive works to a limited extent due to Covid-19

    That way the wall should be unbricked anyway…

    Greetings Axee

    Pozdrawiam Bogusław.

    #25281
    Axee
    Użytkownik

    Death index

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    Pozdrawiam Bogusław.

    #25260
    Markusik
    Użytkownik

    Hello Trischi,

    maybe it’s worth doing research at Familysearch.

    Pusta/Wüstenhammer belonged to the catholic parish of Tworóg:
    https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:939K-CSQS-66?owc=MHXQ-629%3A361904901%2C362077001%3Fcc%3D2114433&wc=MHX7-NP8%3A361904901%2C362255901%2C362258801&cc=2114433

    Otherwise search in Lublinitz:
    https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:939K-CSQS-66?owc=MHXW-ZNP%3A361904901%2C362459301%3Fcc%3D2114433&wc=MHX7-NP8%3A361904901%2C362255901%2C362258801&cc=2114433

    By the way: January 10th 1911 is not the date of your great-grandfather’s death, but the date of auction of a property he left behind.

    Greetings from Hamburg, where your ancestors also left their traces…

    Markusik

    P.S. Napisałem tą odpowiedź 2. listopada, ukazała sie 15. listopada (!!!), za to 2 razy…

    • Ta odpowiedź została zmodyfikowana 1 week temu przez Mirosław Mitrenga.
    • Ta odpowiedź została zmodyfikowana 1 week temu przez Markusik.
    • Ta odpowiedź została zmodyfikowana 5 days, 16 hours temu przez Jacek Swoboda.
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