OTHER UNCONNECTED KINDERMAcher/kindermann
This page will list other Kindermachers and
Kindermans that I found and have yet to connect to our family. But only if there
is a connection to Southern Bohemia, Bavaria, or Oshkosh and if they were
Catholic. There are also many Kindermans that are Lutheran and came from
Joseph Kinderman, (March 1869-1942)
per 1900 census, Oshkosh, Wisconsin. The other Kinderman family in
Oshkosh. He arrived in America in 1890 with his wife, Anne (April 1866-1952).
In 1900 they had 7 children, all born in Oshkosh. Francisca (1889), John
(1890-1977), Joseph (1891-1966), Kate (1893), Mary (1895), Frank (1896-1933), Johanna
(1899). They also had Jenny (1901), George (1902), and Matthew 1905). Both
Mary and Johanna died in June 1901. It states that they arrived in 1890 but the eldest daughter was born
in Wisconsin in 1889. They have been married 10 years. They both claim Austria as
a homeland. He was a wood turner and was naturalized. They live at 449
9th street. I believe they are from the village of Wallern, Bohemia.
Interment Record at Riverside Cemetery
|| Age 86
|| Birth 04/09/1866
|| Age 73
|| Birth 03/19/1869
Kaspar Kindermann, born about
1781 in Pernek, Bohemia, married to Agnes Mauritz, born about 1785 in Pernek,
Mathias Kindermann, born 19
September 1807, in Pernek, Bohemia, christened 20 September 1807 in
Salnau, Bohemia, child of Kaspar and Agnes. Mathias married to Agnes
Czech, 15 May 1832 in Salnau, Bohemia. Agnes Czech born 3 Feb. 1811, in
child of Mathias and Agnes, christened 26 Jan. 1835, in Salnau.
Married Johann Bauer, 9 May 1854 in Salnau.
Theresia Kindermann, mother of
Maria Metko, christened 2 April 1874, in Wirschenitz, Bohemia. Theresia
married to Johann Metko. Johann Metko born 17 Dec. 1832 in Wirschenitz,
Bohemia, Father Albert Metko. Mother Maria Beck.
Above from LDS Family search.org
Johann Kindermann, born 6 Feb.
1830 in Schönau, Gde. Hintring, Landskron B. Krumau. Died 16 May 1879 in
Anna Kindermann, born 16 Jan.
1875 in Schönau, # 15, Died 21 Sept. 1910, Schonau #1.
Above from Dieter Linder, Munich
KINDERMACHER Adam *
ca 1676 Wallern, + 27. 3.1754 Wallern
o-o 26.11.1703 MANN Margaretha, Wallern
KINDERMACHER Mathaeus *
12. 9.1705 Wallern, + 9.12.1770 Wallern,
o-o 19.11.1725 SIPL Maria, Wallern
KINDERMACHER Maria *
15. 6.1747 Wallern, + 24. 8.1807 Hintring,
o-o 26. 6.1770 MILNER Mathis, Wallern
Above from Georg Vladar, Canada
Sabastian Kindermacher was a
resident of Wallern in 1697. - Source: the Archives in the town of
Prachatitz. (Sabastian won some land behind Wallern). The entry is signed by
Johann Adam Artinger, official Market Registrar, 20.May, 1697. I do not have
a photocopy of the official document which lies in the archives in
Prachatitz. What I have is the copied report by a researcher, Dr. Walter
Schilhansl who lives in southern Germany, Neu Ulm.
Above from Catherine Spannbauer Lincoln,
Johann Kindermann, born
1846-1926,Wallern, Bohemia, a baker.
Franz Joseph Kindermann,
1872-1949, son of Johann, moved from Wallern to Kutina, Hungary.
Maria Hanel Kindermann,
1895-1994, born in Kutina, Hungary, emigrated to Dayton, OH
Franz Joseph Kindermann,
brother to Maria Hanel Kinderman, son of Franz Joseph Kindermann,
emigrated to Pana, IL
Above from Eric Spanbauer, Maryland
Josef Kindermann, 1910
Ellis Island immigration. From Wallern, Bohemia to Dayton, Ohio. Left behind
wife Hedwig? Kindermann. He is 33 years old. In 1914 he comes thru again. In
1921 he brings his children Anna (18). Emil (17), Stefan (12) to America.
Now nearest relative in Bohemia is his father Johann in Wallern 396.
Josef Kindermann, 1913
Ellis island immigration. From Wallern, Bohemia to Milwaukee, WI. 26 years
old. Nearest relative at home father Josef in Wallern 125, Bohemia. Came
over with Josef Mathe, age 18.
Marie Kindermann, 1921
Ellis Island immigration, 16y, from Volary (Wallern). Left behind Anna
Kindermann, Wallern. To Dayton, Ohio
Franz Kindermann, 1909
Ellis Island immigration, 26y, male married, from Leimsgrub, Bohemia, left
behind father Mathew Kindermann. To Chicago.
Ignatz Kindermann, 1910
Ellis Island immigration, 62y, married, to New York NY, U.S. Citizen
Marie Kindermann, 1911
Ellis Island immigration, 23y, servant, single, to Chicago, IL, left behind
father Mathew Kindermann, Kuschwarda, Leimsgrub, Bohemia. to see her brother
Franz (above). She may be coming over to get married.
Johann Kinderman, nephew of Frank Kloiber, ship manifest. Also
on this ship are Baier, Sonnleitner, Kloiber from Wallern and Schönau. Jacob
Baier returned to Bohemia and brought these people to America.
Ellis Island immigration
Above from Gustav Kindermann, Koln, Germany
See also Schönau, Bohemia cemetery pictures
that I took when I visited there in April of 2001 on my travel pictures page for
of my visit in 2001
(1740-1801), Priest and schoolmaster in Kaplice, Bohemia, Austria.
From South Bohemia. Credited with creating the model industrial school. Read
more about him at the Cesky
Maria Kindermann, Photo of
grave in Friedberg (Frymburk) Bohemia.
From Bernhard and Anna.
Copy of a baptism entry for a Maria Kindermann, Oct 1859, father Jacob
Kindermann, place names like Krumau, Oberplan, Deutsch Haidl and a lot more
that I can't read
because it's in German script. One of these people is married into the
Miesbauer line way back. From Bob
Franz Kindermann, 40, Agnes 40,
Anna 8, Franz 4, Bohemia; Frisia, 16 May 1883. From Czech Immigration
Passenger Lists, Baca, Vol. 6.
Math Kindermann, 34, Bohemia; Rhaetia,
11 June 1883. From Czech Immigration Passenger Lists, Vol. 6.