Hrastovac - Eichendorf




Rosina T. Schmidt

All material © 2002-present,
Rosina T. Schmidt,
  unless otherwise noted.


Hrastovac Photo Collection

Kemler Family's

 Danube Swabian Leidensweg described in documents

contributed by Stefanie Wehde - all rights reserved

Translation of the Birth Certificate for

Margaret Mayer, born 17th May 1880 in Gerényes, Baranya, Austro-Hungary, to Jakob Mayer and Annamaria Milpert

Translation of the Marriage Certificate dated 27th January 1898 for

Jakob Kemler, son of Johann Kemler, bricklayer and Katarina Stock, both of Egyházaskozár, Baranya, born on 28th of August 1874 and

Margareta Mayer off Gerényes, Baranya, Austro-Hungary

Citizenship Document in Croatian and German language

by the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes

for Johann Kemler, born 1874 and living in Hrastovac, Slavonia, dated 1922


Baptism of

Adam Kemler, born on 28th of March 1922 in Hrastovac, Slavonia to Johann Kemler, bricklayer, and Margaret Mayer

Work Permit

for Johan Kemler to practice his trade as bricklayer in the community of Hrastovac, Slavonia

Hrastovac Census of 1922 for Kemler household:

Johann Kemler and Margaret Mayer with their 8 children

Real Estate Purchasing Document

Johann Kemler is purchasing a property on 1st of May 1922 in Bosanski Grabišci, Bosnia

 Hungarian document for Margaret Kemler, nee Mayer

Personal identification document for

Margaret Kemler, nee Mayer, widow, living in Karlsdorf, dated 31 December 1942 at Zgierz (today Poland)

List of assets left behind in Bosnia, while the family was relocated through the refugee camp at Waldfrieden and in 1942 lived in Karlsdorf, now Poland

Margaret Kemler received citizenship in 1943 from German Empire (Deutsches Reich),


Refugee document for Margaret Kemler, dated 1952 after Margaret Kemler relocated her Family to West Germany