Jakobus JAROSCH 1781-1847
- Born: July 23rd, 1781 in Deutsch Krawarn (CZE)
- Died: Apr. 4th, 1847 in Mokrolasetz (CZE)
- Father: Bartolomäus JAROSCH born Aug. 14th, 1755, Kauten (CZE)
- Mother: Rosalia ENGLISCH born Oct. 7th, 1754
- on May 13th, 1806 in Mokrolasetz with Marianna KOSTRZYCZA born Oct. 23rd, 1789 in Mokrolasetz (CZE)
- Anton JAROSCH born Apr. 16th, 1833 Neumokralasetz (CZE)
- Antonie JAROSCH marries Rudolf BERKSCH, 3 Children, all in Troppau (CZE)
- Heinrich JAROSCH, master baker, marriage to Rosa WEHRL 6 children all in Vienna (Austria)
- Sophie JAROSCH, Educator, +1917 Troppau (CZE)
- Marie JAROSCH, authorized signatory of a textile company in Teplitz-Schönau, +1952 Rheingau (Germany)
- Leonhard JAROSCH, head waiter in London then at the Ritz Hotel in Paris (France), +1907 in Merano from a lung disease
(Author's note: my great-great-great-father: my father his mother her father his father his father)
Excerpt from the Chronicle of the Patscheiders: (written in 1988 by Wilhelmine Jarosch-Patscheider-Kniely):
Moravia is the unequal sister of Bohemia, with which it is usually mentioned in the same breath and in whose shadow it has always stood somewhat. The villages lie far apart and the fields stretch almost endlessly; towns, residences and market towns are loosely embedded in between, and the peaceful breath of the countryside spreads over them as well. For Moravia's life element was the rural. The year was measured by sowing and harvesting, by church consecration and pilgrimage.
The duchies of Jägerndorf, Troppau and Ratibor once formed from the Great Moravian Empire, came in 1526 by inheritance to the House of Habsburg, this Austrian Silesia, which Maria Theresa remained after the Seven Years' War as a "fence from the garden"; Silesia, this area is approximately the homeland of the maternal ancestors Jarosch and Rosner.
The families Jarosch and Humhal with their married clans Kostrziczin, Luzarin, Martina, Hofmann, Benesch were not only farmers, but also craftsmen and tradesmen from the district Ratibor and Troppau.
The Rosner and their female ancestors Wilpart, Schwarz, Ludwig, Bahsner, Mosler, Schwanberger, Bayer, Herber, Weinmann, Tengler and Andratschke were without exception farmers with possessions of field and wood in Braunsdrof and Lobenstein respectively in the former duchy of Jägerndorf.
The Jarosch brothers and sisters were all very active. Despite the initial difficulties of their parents, they all received a solid education and showed a keen interest in many cultural things.
- Brother Leonhard spoke five languages and worked as a head waiter in London, then at the Ritz Hotel in Paris. Unfortunately, he caught a lung disease, death came to him already in 1907 in Merano.
- Sister Marie, also known as Aunt Mitzi, was a very cultured and travel-loving lady. She was last employed as a proxy for a textile company in Teplitz-Schönau. After being forcibly relocated from the ZCE, she passed away in 1952 in the Rheingau.
- Sister Sophie worked as an educator in remote areas of the Danube Monarchy, such as Lemberg in 1898. She passed away in Troppau in 1917.
- Heinrich, a master baker from Vienna, started his family there and his six children from his marriage with Rosa Wehrl all remained in Vienna.
- Sister Antonie, who married Rudolf Proksch, had three children from this marriage, all of whom also settled in Troppau.
End of chronicle excerpt (written by Wilhelmine Jarosch-Patscheider-Kniely in 1988)
- Ancestor passport Irimbert Patscheider no.: 24:
- Baptism: 23.7.1781, parish office Deutsch Krawarn: reg.no. III/18
- Marriage: 13.5.1806, parish office Mokralasetz: reg.no. I-20
- Died 4.12.1847, parish office Mokralasetz: reg.no. II-195