Peterswald Pfarrey Chronicle: Summary 1825 - 1932

Copied in the archive in Aussig in March 2007:  until 1900 and in March 2008:  until 1932

What happened then ……..  The most important events recorded in the chronicle in Peterswald , the place where my ancestors lived until the expulsion in Sept. 1946.

          Summary of Renate von Babka, b. ax

Foreword It took me 52 years to finally learn about the past and life of my ancestors. It started with “surfing” the internet and typing “Peterswald” on Google. What came next was theWebsite about PeterswaldBernd Zechel and it has taken me immediately caught, learn about my parents, grandparents and great-grandparents, especially since I found a lot of documents in the estate of my parents that I could in the meantime evaluate nearly all , I owe this to Dr. Rudolf Püschel, sir Bernd Zechel, Mrs. Edith Fischer, Mrs. Liane Jung and many other people whom I was allowed to meet in the meantime. I must also especially thank the archive in Aussig, with Ms Iva Kolarova; a very nice and extremely helpful archivist.

In collaboration with Ms Martina Bisco, b. Heller, whose ancestors came from Tyssa, Dr. Ing. Rudi Püschel and Barbara and Herbert Klepsch, I have been able to translate the mentioned chronicle of the Pfarrey Peterswald from the old German writing into a today “readable”.   This proved to be very difficult on many occasions as some pastors were quite beautiful “smears” but very human often, as can be seen in the course of these records.  I will for the most part play the original recordings, though it should be noted that some words were written earlier than in the present; there are no spelling errors. The syntax is also very different from today’s. I also adopted the idiom as it was in the chronicle, so as not to change the original character.

Now I wish you a lot of fun in the journey into the past

Renate from Babka, b. Beil ( House No. 193, formerly Bail. – ” eim Beilkorl ” ) 

The recordings begin in 1825 In this year 1825 on the 26th of November the pastor Joseph Franzel, native of Johnsdorf as pastor of the past 6 took over the pastoral service. As will be reported later, this pastor suddenly dies at the burial of a corpse on August 28, 1856.

The inhabitants of Peterswald belonged in earlier times to the Protestant religion, but gradually converted ( whether voluntarily or not, put there ) to Catholicism, as on July 14, 1827, Mrs. Christina Weigand, wife of Prokop Weigand, button manufacturer from the house No. 339. In the presence of several people, she has discarded the Catholic Creed in her sickbed, and then, with the emotion of many, the St. Sacrament of the dying received. She died a few days later.  

In 1827 , according to an official episcopal order, on March 19, 1827, all pastors were told to teach Christian doctrine in the parish church on Sunday afternoon. About the young people of both sexes from the twelfth to the eighteenth century who were obliged to attend the Christian teachings, a proper list of names or catalogs had to be included in order to note the presence or absence of each Sunday every Sunday in order to obtain the conviction, as well as diligently the Christian teachings have been visited.

24t. September 1827          protocol object Local investigation regarding the choice of the site for the production of a kaiserl. Austrian and royal Saxon express cars indispensable Wagenschupfens.

At the of the kk Kreisingenieur of the 29t. In May of this year, in connection with the production of this Schupfens communal investigation carried out with the kk H. Aerarialpostverwalter to Peterswald Franz Scheibner and the Schönwalder Amte, the former, already destroyed, the Religionsfonde belonging, stone and clay bricked pastoral building as the most appropriate place for as absolutely necessary accepted carriage Schueffen for chosen.  It could be set up with very little cost if a wooden layer for the postmaster was cultivated on this building.

August 6, 1827 Protocol:                  The Peterswalder church was in earlier years a branch church belonging to the parish in Schoenwald, which was changed in 1785 to the religious fund. The Schoenwalder pastor has the so-called Pfarrgütel in Peterswald, so to 66 Metzen properties, as well as the questionable in a carriage Schupfen changed rectory, today still in possession and enjoyment. Plots of land and buildings therefore belong to the Schönwalder parish, as is the tax regulation form, which is awarded to the well-to-do kk Kreisamte by means of the official report of 6t. August 1827 was presented, evidences.  The Commission has decided to decide whether the reason on which the new wagon-slip was built, a parish or church land or to whom else at the time of the tax regulation had been attributed, the tax regulation sheet of Pfarrgütel in Peterswald NC 2 The building No. 2, the old pharmacy, was purchased by my parents Franz and Hedwig Beil in 1942 by the widow Schneider   .

From April 10, 1827 to July 1878, there were a total of 17 co-operatives in Peterswald; in detail these were:

  1.  10.   4.1827 – Oct. 1832                    P. Karl Zeppel
  2. 10.1832 – Apr. 1841P. Franz Worwansky                               
  3. 04.1841 – Aug. 1841P. Mansnef Dittrich                               
  4. 08.1841 – Nov. 1841P. Anton Nagel                               
  5. 12.1841 – May 1853P. Franz Loike                                 

From April 1850 to the end of July 1850, Fr. Franz Loike was an administrator in Nollendorf and ad interim was in his place

  1. throughout the year in Peterswald P. Wenzel Ahne from Günterdorf     

June 7          , 1853 – Aug. 1858                    P. Franz Fiedler

        Sept. 8, 1858 – Aug. 1859                   P. Johann Poisa

September 9,          1859 – Jan. 1860                   P. Franz Lihsner

10th              from the beginning of February 1860 – the end of May 1861 was here for the second time Cooperator Mr. P. Franz Fiedler, then as Administrator

came to   Bila at Tetschen.

June 11        , 1861 – May 1864                      P. Johann Hofmann

  1.  Father Franz Fiedler                                                                                                                                  

Sept. 13, 1865 – Sept. 1870                       P. Josef Tiersch

14th Sept. 1870 – January 1871        P. Robert Heide           

15th Feb. 1871 – Sept. 1871                       P. Anton Fliegel

16th Sept. 1872 – May 1876 P. Wenzel Stansky                         

17 May 1876 –  July 1878 P. Martin Durnwahler                           

From early Oct. 1877 until his departure from here was Durnwahler as an administrator in Ober-Ebersdorf and also here parish administrator. As a result of the great lack of priests, the Cooperator position in Peterswald was no longer occupied and the following pastor was forced to provide the pastoral care all by himself.

In the year 1828 the Christian teachings were diligently visited in the parish church, as can be seen from the catalog deposited in the parish archives.

In 1828 the 30th of November, on the 1st Sunday of Advent, Friedrich Vogt, Protestant religion, k. Gesandschaftsbothe and Häusler in house no. 14, filed the catholic creed before the morning service.  

In the year 1829 , the 13th of December, ie on the 3rd Sunday of Advent, Johann Gottlob Bohler, Lutheran religion, gardener and day laborer from house no. 28 , publicly delivered the Catholic creed in the local parish church during early morning service.

In 1830 , on the 18th of April, the first Sunday after Easter, Friedrich Freyer, a resident of Peterswald Nr. 87, Lutheran religion, publicly delivered the Catholic profession of faith during early morning service.

In 1831 , gifts and equipment could be purchased from the church property: Chasuble with silver ribbons, Missal etc., all in the total values of 75 T. and 27 Kr.

In 1832 on the 18th of October the newly employed cooperator P. Franz Worwansky, a native of the town of Böhmisch Leypa, arrived in Peterswald.

In 1833 , the belfry was completely rebuilt and the church roof was repaired in several places.

In the year 1834 the parsing and training of the village Neuhof to the Pfarrey Peterswald was indicated on the 7th of June as follows: “To the Most Highly Mr. P. Joseph Franzel, pastor in Peterswald.  The reverend episcopal consistory has under 12./17. Ma.   given to: The proposal made on the occasion of the high local council for a better regulation of the parish in the diocese of the Diocese of the Most Reverend episcopal consistory, that the village Neuhof, belonging to the rule of Schoenwald, which had not yet been paralyzed and enrolled in law, would be paralyzed and enrolled in Peterswald, was approved with the highest court chancellery decree of the 14th …… 3rd June 1834            Franz Kaufold, Bez. Vikär.

Note: as early as 1829 the 18t. May the most revered district vicar , H. Joseph Schwarne pastor of Löbshausen, has received the most venerable bischöfl. Leitmeritzer Konsistiorium arranged commission whether it is that currently Neuhof to Peterswald or to Tyssa be eingepfarrt and schooled – the aforementioned to be held on the Peterswalder Pfarrey Commission are the H. local pastor from Tyssa – then the judge and several parishioners to the question – whether he wanted to take over the pastoral care of Neuhof, on record – that in the circumstance by in Tyssa a single pastor and Tyssa sey also a cumbersome church sprite.

In 1835 drey were by the parish of the village Neuhof Matriculation books newly purchased in the value of 7 T 48 Kr.

In 1837 the co-operative P. Franz Worwansky , who was employed here, undertook a collection in the village of Peterswald, in which the yield was so rich that two bells could be added, one of which for the local church in the small tower, from which the Bell was stolen in the war years of 1813, the other but intended for the upper community Peterswald for Früh.- Mittag- Abendläuten. Furthermore, a bell has been purchased by benevolent contributors for the newly created and after P. eingepfarrte village Neuhof.    

On the 17th Sunday after Pentecost, especially on 3 .Septbr. In 1838, in the village of Neuhof, after the Christian doctrine held there by the co-operative P. Franz Worwanski, on the grounds of Wenzl Walter, Häusler in Neuhof No. 13, at the expense of a benefactor who wishes to remain anonymous, on a stone pedestal with the image of the Savior built on a wreath loud high bischöfl. Consistory Decree of 29 Aug. 1838 was consecrated to the rite of the great Synod of Prague.

In the year 1838 , the local parish building that was in such poor construction Tande that it could no longer be inhabited without danger to life, has been completely re-established at the expense of religion Fondes. The high state office had approved by decree the extension of the rectory brought in by application of a floor. The construction was left to the highest bidding Anton Wolf, farmer and judge, house no. 227. The parish building has the religious fund as a whole 1.640 1 Kr. Ö.M. cost.   The supply of building materials and the stooges were done free of charge by the prisoners.

In the year 1839 on the 6th of October, the bischöfl was inaugurated on account of the centenary celebrations. Kammitzer Maria enacted papal exemption books literally as follows:

Gregory PO XVI. ( followed by a Latin entry, see original )

In this year also the organ in the local church was repaired with permission of the high provincial office, which was submitted to the kk Ratsbuchhaltung for repair a cost estimate with 80 tons. For this purpose donations were collected in the community by the local school prospector Augustin Michel.

In 1843 his episcopal graces the most venerable Lord Ordinarius Augustinus Bartholomew in the local parish church held a canonical visitation – highly elider arrived here on 21 June towards evening and still has this evening, then on June 22 the holy. Sacrament of Confirmation granted. The 17.Okt.1844

In 1845 the school was completely rebuilt from scratch at Peterswald, and the same on the 20th Sunday after Whitsun, on the 13th of October by Sr. Reverend Mr. Franz Kaufold, bischöfl. Konsistorialrath, district vicar and overseer of the Teplitz district and personal dean in Chochau according to church regulation inaugurated.

  1. 3 June 1845 In the same year 1845 the mortuary of the Pfarrey Peterswald is completely new built and the same in consequence hl. Bischöfl. Consistory Decree of August 28, 1845 on September 20 at the feast of Sts. Martyrs and national patron Wenceslaus been ordained according to ecclesiastical rules.  To perform the consecration of the mortuary, the pastor employed here has been delegated. The construction of the new mortuary has the Religionsfonde 813 Gl. 58 Kr. cost.

Following in the entries of Wenzel Kara are very many quotes from the Bible and purely ecclesiastical, for someone who is not a pastor, a lot of incomprehensible and not so interesting. Therefore, these entries were largely ignored by me or adopted only in very short terms.

In the year 1847 several building constructions were made at the Peterswald church building, namely the church tower is completely new built – the white of the church from inside and outside concerned, the Predigtstuhl, which was close to the collapse, provided with iron carriers and supports, also is a large iron inlay hook has been installed at the middle church door.  Furthermore, the altar scales, the foot on the high altar are newly made – are also attached to the church roof near the church tower and the Sakristai tinny gutters – also the tip of the church shingled roof to prevent the ingress of snow, shod with sheet metal – are Some new stone slabs were laid in the church – finally a new sacristy door was also equipped with a new lock.  May 23, 1848

In the year 1849 , the following paraphernalia have been added to the Peterswalde parish church, namely

A vestment made of red velvet with Leoner gold braid and accessories                                       28 T

A vestment of white Leoner gold fabric with Leonard gold border and accessories.    28 T              

A vestment of blue semi silk damask with Leon silver ribbons                                 19 T

A vestment of blue Leoner Goldstoff with   Leoner Goldborten      ”                                45 T

A black plurial of fine black velvet, the sides of white silk    Damask with Leoner Goldborten u. Tassels and a gilded chest closed       45 T

To pay for the following church Azzarmento were, according to the Episcopal Consistory Office of 22t. November 1849 under 6t. Instructed from the Religionsfonde in November 1849:  145 T.  3 Ö.M. In addition was still used by the sale of the                                                                                                                                                                                  dispensable Thurmkopf from the old church tower received amount 19 T. 24 Ö.M.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    ——————–                                                                                                                                                                      Total 165 T.                                                                            

With the citizen. Tradesman Anton Michel, Junior, from Le …, who supplied the Azzarmento, has been paid.

In 1852, on the 8th of February, the local teacher, Mr. Augustin Michel, died after a serious illness that lasted for nearly half a year – and Mr. Franz Tischer, teacher at Streckenwald, along with the presentation of the well-born patron, Mr. Anton Balle, now Zwickau, 26 March 1852 and decree Leitmeritz in the bischöfl. 1 May 1852 as a teacher of the elementary school in Peterswald hired.

In 1854 , Mrs. Maria Anna Kühnel, the owner of a button manufacturer and cottager owner from Peterswald No. 102 of the local church, gave a new Blue-Eel Velum worth 5 GW. Likewise also in this year Mr. Franz Kühnel, Knopffabrikant and Häuslerbesitzer in Peterswald No. 102 for the local church had eight silver-glazed candlesticks made, which 60 T. ö.W. have tasted.    8.Aug.1854

In 1855 Mr. Franz Kühnel, button manufacturer and owner of cottages – and gave this substance an abrium, together in the value of 15 T. ö.W.

In the year 1 856 Mr. Franz Kühnel, button manufacturer and homeowner in Peterswald No. 102, had the sanctuary chandeliers of the local church in Leitmeritz re-silvered, which cost him 12 guilders and which were used for the first time on Easter.

After the death of P. Joseph Franzel, who had died suddenly on 18 August 1856 at the funeral of P. Joseph Franzel, Pfarrrey Peterswald had come to fruition, the proto-pastor to Nollendorf P. Joseph Hille, a native of Schönau, became Hainspacher 11t December 1856 for the same canonically invested.

His Majesty, Emperor Ferdinand, on the occasion of his request of September 3, 1857, condemned the Peterswald pastor to the performance of a St. Grant a grant of 100 guilders.

On the 13th of April 1858 , 6 pieces of apple trees were planted by the benefacti in the parish garden on Aerialstrasse.

A generous benefactor wishing to be unknown devoted to the parish institute of Peterswalde the attached government bond of 500 G. to 4 ½ pct of 15 April 1858, adding that the persons concerned should remember this benefactor in prayer. This government bond must be handed over for safekeeping in the church cassation and distributed annually under the supervision of the parish council under the eterswalder poor. Joseph Hampel

According to the Grundparzellprotokolle the parish Peterswald in 1843, the land ownership of the parish in the following parcels:

PN 191 Construction site of the Wirthschaftsgebäude 13           

PN     192      construction area of the residential building                     52

PN 1322       Meadow Mordgrundflur                      66         

PN 1323       field                                                 68             

The church has the exclusion of the old burial ground PN 1403, the area measure is 463, after the PN 190 tax-free construction area 232.  In addition, the church still owns their own peculiar meadow Losche Nro. Top. 1525 pr 703 located below the Poststraße.  This meadow, which is listed in the Schönwalder church inventory Post No. 144, was from 1701 to 1804 against interest in the use of the respective pastor to Schönwald, since 1805 but is due to the h. Hofdekretes v. 18t Aug. 1790 and 22 May 1795 the enjoyment of these rights of use on the part of the latter not to question in more detail, was the pastor of Peterwald P. Joseph Franzel Aug. 1856 the death of the pastor Joseph Franzl the enjoyment of the objette meadow on 11t December 1856 passed over to the successor P. Joseph Hille, was in the circumstances, as this property not merely listed in the Schönwalder church inventory, but also quite erroneously included in the version of the parish Schoenwald appeared, with h. Statth. Decree v. On May 18, 1861, not only the description of the more mentioned church meadow from the Schönwalder in the Peterswalder church inventory, but also the rectification of the first-mentioned Pfarrfassion arranged.

In 1859 , the rotten shingle roofing was removed from the church building and refurbished. At the same time instead of the old rotten garden house, consisting of Holzsäulchen with nothdürftig attached Schwartbrettern a new produced, to whose execution the collapsed Terraßmauern situated against the Aerarstraße and against the neighboring building NC 4, for the preservation of the fence such in the further parts against the The post-house and the school were underpinned and the latter covered with stone slabs in accordance with the other structure.   On top of these walls, as well as on the substructure, a stacked fence was placed between stone pillars and a Roman house was made in the garden.

Protocol Taken on 13th December 1782 by the King. Circle commissar Anton von Birnenberg and the added spiritual con. Commissar Johann Franz Hesse, pastor to Schwaden

In the presence of the respective pastor Johann Franz Göhl have appeared

Franz Püschel,         judge                       from Peterswald

Christian Wolf          2nd judge              

Josef Ritschel         Juror         

Christian Schneider                                   “

Johann Georg Wolf                                    “

Johann Pertig, chief judge                       from Nollendorf

Franz Walter                                                 “

Johann Georg Hacker                               “

Franz Beyl                                                     “

Nature of the Comendat Church Peterswald : According to church accounts 12084 F 36 ar At field construction after about 12 stroke sowing Wieswachs after almost 1 hay of hay And is provided with a well-established school and teachers, even with a but dilapidated spiritual dwelling.

Texture of public chapel in Nollendorf This has 4471 f 33 x 3 in all capitals … There is a school being built there at the present time, but there is still no dwelling for a clergyman. Hereby the protocol was clearly read out to the attendees and closed. Vote et

Anton Birnenberg c. Circle Commisar Johann Franz Hess, Curatur Schwadna et comisarium ep. Vic. For. Johann Franz Püschel, judge from Peterswald Christian Wolf, 2t judge Josef Ritschel Christian Schneider Georg Wolf Franz Wolf Hans Wolf on behalf of the entire community Johann Pertig Chief Justice in Nollendorf

On the basis of this commisional finding and the request made hereafter, the highest resolution of the 24th of September, 1785, at the Commendat Church of Peterswald, set up a pastor of 400 and a chaplain of 200 and, because the pastor and chaplain were uncut, they were still over this amount of 30 f was appropriated for the purchase of clothing appropriate to their future activities. The salary instruction for both, pastor and chaplain, took place at the same time and by means of the following word-for-word decree. 

The fact that the school at Peterswald mentioned in the preceding report must have existed before the year 1607 is evident from the fact that in that year the congregation bought a good and dedicated it to the school for the better entertainment of the respective teacher. The related deed of the municipality is as follows:

Copy       Purchase of a community to Peterswalda umb Melchior Pergelds Guth, so itzo beaten to Schulguth.

Today, on the 30th of August, anno 1607, there is a sincere and irreproachable inheritance purchase at a powerful court between the common elders Lorenz Werner, Jakob Klement, Jakob Hofer, Nickel, Heine, – buyer, because of a whole community at one,   and Melchior Pergelt – Seller – the other part has been dealt with and closed, designed and intimately and as follows: Melchior Pergelt sells his estate, which lies between the parsonage and Hans Rautenstrauch Gut, of a quarter of acres in its pebbles and stones, and understands Erdt, Nagel, and becomes firm, twisted commoners sold to a school-gadget for better entertainment of a school-boy and to be paid According to the court book, which is deposited annually at 6 thalers, at the end of the Whitsuntide of the 608   ( 1608) , two hundred and five and twenty talers are allowed to pay out properly ) Year until the final payment of the old debt. Hirbei also noted that because the Goths did not give any hereditary interest to money, hunernians, or others, but paid interest to the pastor, it was still there, and the question of interest for Schulguth had been lodged, which purchase had thus been arranged and agreed upon by both parties in the presence of judges and jurors in the year and days as above.

Payment of the good 225 Thlr have given the above-mentioned commoners due to the new school goods in the courts duly laid down, which Melchior Pergelt over cash for his sold goods. Pentecost anno 1608.

waiver And because, accordingly, Melchior Pergelt has received his full payment of the 225 thlr and has been properly paid out, as he is well known before the courts, so he has sold in such a whole community a complete resignation to himself, his heirs, heirs, and descendants. nothing left to demand nor to take in them; it would then fall to him in a different way than bars.

Done before judge and jury, Schöppen, Itzo anhero 8t. July of the year 1616

Nota What the ancient peasants have achieved must be paid out in the same way. Vide supra folio 397 According to Peterwalder’s land register, in 1809 the buyer was obliged to keep the cross erected on the Bienhofer Str. With spiritual and secular authority for a long time in a good and dignified manner and also every year on bittag a healing. Mass in honor of the holy. Trinity to read from own.  

My dear and unforgettable mother, who is at Kleinhau on the 28th. September 846 ( 1846), at 6:30 in the morning, gently fell asleep in the Lord. I suffered a not less severe loss also by the death of my good host Antonia Spindler which on the 9th. January 11 , 1873, at 11 o’clock in the morning, retired from this temporal life, after spending 23 years managing my household with rare fidelity, great skill, and particular diligence.    Jos. Hampel

The Austro-Prussian War of 1866 demanded huge casualties, brought with it even greater losses of property and possessions, and ended in peace, Austria’s province, its position in Germany, its claims to the Duchies of the Elbe, and a significant war contribution cost.

As in the night of the 15t. In June 866 ( 1866) the Prussian troops invaded Saxony, the Saxon federal troops withdrew to Bohemia, where they were presented to the Austrian army. As a result, Sunday came the 17th. In June, Minister Beust arrived in Peterswald, got off at the post office, and went to the office of the postmaster, where he deposed for an hour and then continued on his journey.

Monday the 18t. On the 12th of June, King John himself appeared at the head of a troop division, accompanied by the Crown Prince and his general staff, rested for an hour and returned to the march.

After the departure of the Saxons, Prussian patrols soon showed up at various points on the Bohemian frontier to reconnoitre (investigate) whether the frontier was occupied by Austrian troops, and when they were found occupied Thursday, on July 12, a Prussian troops moved Division of 5000 men in Peterswald stayed one night and moved to the 13th. back from here. I alone had to quarter and feed six officers and to feed me and the other nine men. If this Prussian vermin had stayed only a few days here, then I would   been completely consumed.  For Austria, the time of the unleashed hell followed this unfortunate war. By pushing the church out of the house as an abused and worn-out maid, one has already sent the dear state as “Moor, who did his duty” to her. Today God no longer governs in Austria, the emperor, the old law, the old custom, but the devil and his grandmother, the revolution with its whole clan of lies, deceit, inbreeding and all abominations.

God grant that in this flood of ruin Austria will not be buried.

In the war years of 1866, the Most Rev. Augustinus Paulus Wahala ( bishop in Leitmeritz) honored the local parish with its apostolic visits Thursday, September 20, at 6 o’clock. On the following Friday morning at 7 o’clock, the Most Rev. Lord Ordinarius celebrated the St. Mass, 541 Firmlingen gave the hl. Sacrament of Confirmation, dinirte later and left afternoon at 2 ½ clock to Schoenwald.  

On the 7th oct. In 1874 , the ordinariate approval was given for the erection of a third altar in the local parish church. This altar was consecrated to the Blessed Virgin Mary, was obtained from the contributions received by the congregation and solemnly blessed by the parish priest on Sunday 18 July 1875 .   Josef Hampel

The Landesschulrath decided in the meeting of the 9th of June, the recourses of the parish office in Peterswald against the official decision of the 4th of June 873 ( 1873)with which it was decided that the basic pension of the Peterswald school to 27 F 30 Kr. And the New Year’s groschen that in the annual amount of 17 F 37 ¾ Kr. an income from the school service was to be paid and paid to the school district cassation. The gift of eggs, bread and cake was also given as compensation for church service.

9th April 1876 Pastor Josef Hille has refrained from his request of his complaint against us for unlawful edification of a lodge and the creation of a manure pit at the outbuilding of the existing kk Posthauses in Peterswald and the erection of this Abortes including manure pit for the duration of his authorized hereof. churchwarden  Krauspenhaar           Committee: Anton Beil                                                                                                     Anton Nitsche

I m 1876, during the months of August, the current pastor Father Joseph Hille was the statue of stone cemetery cross from own by the amount of 57 Austrian M. ( current value according to German Bundesbank € 1400, – ) by the stonemason and sculptor Anton Bauer Restore Teplice. This cross is a masterpiece and, if it were to be rebuilt, at least 800 ost.M. to come to a standstill .  Vidi P. Jos. Hampel Vik.

1877 . On September 10, 1877 in the Lord, the Most Reverend Lord Bishop of Leitmeritz died Augustinus Wahala, he was the 12th bishop of this diocese, was born on 23 January 1802 to Polzendorf in Moravia, was ordained priest in Olomouc on 22 Sept. In 1827, Archbishop of Müglitz in Moravia in 1841, Bishop of Leitmeritz in January 1866, consecrated on April 8, 1866 and buried on Sept. 13, 1877 in the episcopal tomb in Leitmeritz.

After his death, the Leitmeritz bishopric was completed by 1 ¾ years. Bisthumsverweser became the most reverend Mr. Domcapitular Dr. Alois Hille from Schönau near Hainspach, a nephew of the + Mr. Bishop Hille Augustinus Bartholomäus, who held the position from 7th Oct. 1832 to 26th April 1865 as the 11th Bishop of Leitmetz, and after having done well and countless good works in Leitmeritz on the last day was different. 

Above-mentioned Mr. Domcapitular Alois Hille suddenly died in Prague on June 8, 1879.

1878 . On the 23rd of February 1878, 71 years old in Tyssa, 71 years old, the past Peterwalder Pastor Josef Hille died, after having stood for almost 21 years as pastor of local pastoral care. From October 1877 he retired to Tyssa and spent his last days there.

On February 7, 1878 Pope Pius IX died. in the 86th year of life. At 19. and on February 20 it was the Conclave, in which, after 36 hours from the beginning, the same Cardinal Joachim Perri, b. March 2, 1810, was elected pope, the name of Leo XIII. assumed.

On June 14, 1878, Jacob Knechtel, formerly a pastor in Ober-Ebersdorf near Bensen and born on July 25, 1830 in Hasel near Böhmisch Kamitz, was made pastor of Peterswald and confirmed on July 4 of the same year in Leitmeritz. On the afternoon of July 10, at 2 o’clock in the afternoon, I arrived in Peterswald, was greeted very warmly by the laudable community representative, the men’s teacher, all the existing associations, the school youth and a very large number of adults, to the church, where St Blessing with the hochw. Local singing club still several songs from the parish canceled.  On Saturday, July 13th, the high-ranking Mr. District Vicar Hampel from Kulm held the Canonical visitation. On July 14, 1878, I was solemnly installed by the aforementioned District Vicar in the presence of several sons of the Lord.

Since the old rectory was very dirty and damaged, I found myself urged to request a building inspection commission. The same appeared soon, on Aug. 6, 1878, requesting several preparations as immediately and urgently necessary. Unfortunately, they were soon postponed for 1 year.

There was much damage to the washing of the church and to the utensils necessary for worship. I therefore looked for benefactors, and found them partly too. So the button manufacturer Carl Kühnel, house no. 209, had both barrels of silver, which until now looked black and dirty, beautifully silvered. Then the church gave:    Mrs. Theresia Wolf, widow, No. 160, two massive beautiful tabernacles and candelabrums. Their daughter Agnes Wolf, No. 160 and Carolina Schönbach, widow No. 356, two light blue ministrantsröckel and 8 lavabo towels Anna Wolf, No. 160 and Caroline Schönbach, No. 356, each a nice Tabernakeltüchel and Wilhelmine Wolf, No. 312,   two beautiful flower stems for the high altar. Also master teacher Franz Tischer gave 1 Eq. To buy blue upholstery.

1879 . This year, on the whole, was not considered a lucky one, but due to its continuous downpours, floods, torrents, etc., it was a year that was very scary all over Europe. Also our area had to suffer hard. In February, the mine accident took place at Osseg-Dutt, where several coal shafts were completely submerged and some 20 people lost their lives.    With mine disaster was in connection that on 12/13. The Teplitz thermal springs had largely disappeared in February and were recovered after a great fear of the inhabitants and enormous efforts several days later.

In the middle of March 1879 the rinderpest broke out in Peterswald. The same was the result of a commissional finding, whereby the state district doctor himself had appeared in Prague, dated March 15, 1879, with the economic owners Wenzel Körtel, No. 322, and the widow Veronica Körtel, No. 326. In both farms the entire stock of cattle was  culled.    

On March 25, rinderpest Franz Wolf, No. 321 was recently constatiert in the stables of Ferdinand Ferlick, Bauer no. 213, Hermann Ritschel, no. 217. 310 and Anton Kliem, Bauer no.  In all of these as well, the whole Cattle stalled. As an assistant commando were to prevent the spread of the disease of the 22nd Kk. Feldhärderbataillon aus Komotau relocated here and were quartered in the community from March 16 to April 18:  1 officer and 88 men.  

On May 3, 1879, the rinderpest broke out recently in the farmsteads, namely: By Franz Janke, No. 222, on May 5 by Josef Walter, No. 313 and on May 11 by Franz Wolf, No. 225, where also the livestock was subjected to the club. 

In the whole were culled: 71 cattle and 7 goats, 4 cattle and 1 calf and 1 goat were slaughtered.

As assistant commando were in the period from 5 May to 5 June 1879 by 42 K. K. Infantry Regiment “King of Hanover” from Theresienstadt to Peterswald ordered:  1 officer and 71 men.

On April 24, 1879, as everywhere else in Austria, the day of the silver wedding of her majesties, the beloved Emperor Franz Josef I and the Empress Elisabeth ( Sissi )was solemnly celebrated here. Illumination was on the eve of the evening, and a train carrying about 200 men with glittering lanterns swept through the whole community, accompanied by many others, with music leading the way.    On the 24th of April there was a solemn Mass at 10 o’clock, at which the honored Corporations and a large number of the people were present, and at the end of which the setting of the Emperor’s Trees took place in the school and parish garden.

In 1879, after a long period of our diocese, the joyful news of the appointment of the new Lord Bishop came with the words: God has answered our requests. A long Sedisvacanz is finished. Sr. Kk Your Majesty was very generous. Resolution of April 25 th for the completed Bisthum Leitmeritz to present the most venerable Mr. Anton Ludwig Frind, inaugurated by senior attorney of the most revered and faithful metropolitan Kaplan of Prague, Knight of the quay. Austrian. Franz-Johsefs-Ordens etc.etc. Born in Hainspach on 9 Oct. 1823 ordained priest in Leitmeritz on 25 July 1847.  Mr. Auxiliary Bishop Leo XIII. have the most Prefection assumed in the Consistorium on May 15, the chosen preconized and him apostol. Authority entrusted the episcopal mission of this diocese.

The new Bishop’s consecration took place in the Metropolitan Church in Prague on June 8, 1879. Consecrator was Eminence the most reverend Lord Cardinal Prince Bisch. Schwarzenberg in Prague, assisted by the Most Reverend Bishop of Hradec Kralove and the Prague Auxiliary Bishop.

On June 22, 1879, the enthronement took place in Leitmeritz, which joyfully attended to 160 priests from the diocese.

On August 7, 1879 afternoon 5 clock burned in the Upper-Peterswald the Josef Ritschel, shoemaker and currently community Waldheger, belonging house No. 271 down.

In the months of July and August 1879, the construction projects planned and approved in the past year took place at the Peterswald parish house at a cost of more than 500 Eq. Instead of.

The Einpfarrung and enrollment of the Antonsthaler settlement took place in 1875 to Tyssa:    The high kk Lieutenancy has by decree of 26 Nov. 1875 in agreement with the Leitmeritzer bischöfl. Consistorium the elimination of the new settlement Antonsthal at Peterswald from the parish of Peterswald, where the territory on which this one settlement rose, belongs, and the allocation, or  parceling of the new settlement of Peterswald about 1 hour, where Tyssa, however, only 25 minutes away was, according to § 20 of the law of 7 May 1874 approved. The Stolagebühren have from now on the Antonsthaler inmates to the parish Tyssa to make. 

Training: The children of the new settlement Antonsthal visited so far the school in Tyssa, since their parents were hometown to Tyssa. By the 1878 school year, however, these children were no longer accepted into the Tyssa school and, since the distance from Peterswald was too far, until the discharge of the whole affair, they did not attend school.  On January 24, 1879, therefore, a mixed commission of the Tetschner and Aussiger district school council took place, and the Ortschaftsrath of Peterswald reported on June 4, 1879 for better orientation, a report on the inability of the children to attend the Peterswald School at a distance of 3185 Meters to Schönstein and from there to Antonsthal 320 meters, altogether 3505 meters distance.

Finally, the decision was made: The high kk Landesschulrath found according to high decree of September 17, 1879, in view of the much smaller distance of the settlement Antonsthal from the school in Tyssa than that in Peterswald, assign this settlement to the school community Tyssa and that as required for school education in Antonsthal during the worst season by a ettcurrendo teacher from Peterswald care.

Due to the school children’s subsidy 1879/1880, which was subsequently submitted by the local school council to Tyssa, a school fee of 18 eq. Is charged to the municipality of Peterswald for the 9 children enrolled in Tyssa for the school year 1879/1880. 72 Kr. Prescribed and on the last quarter 1879 – 4 Eqs. 68 Kr. And 1.2. and 3rd Quarter 1880 – 14 Eq. 4 Kr.  This amount will have to be collected in the manner prescribed by law and shall be dissipated to the kk tax office as a school district fund under the title “School fees of the municipality of Peterswald”. Kk District School Council Tetschen on January 22, 1880 – Chairman Blume  

In the summer of 1879, the farmer’s wife Emilie Janke from Peterswald no. 302 had the old Madonna statue decorated in a dignified manner, and the same and Wilhelmine Wolf, no. 312, each bought a beautiful dress for the adornment of the aforementioned statues.

The winter of 1879 – 1880 was a very severe and sustained, so that the fuel purchased by the people often insufficient. On October 15, 1879, snow began to fall and the snow remained uninterrupted until mid-March 1880. Hunger emergency had also broken out in several areas of Europe, and despite great willingness to help, claimed several lives as victims.    

For the Easter festival in 1880 brought the custodian widow Mrs. Johanna Püschel, No. 344, the church for gifts 2 beautiful flowers and 1 white silk drapery ornament to the image of St. Nicholas Church patron, also presented Mrs. Veronica Püschel, b. Hiebsch from Neuhof no. 11 in consequence of a vow 2 pretty white half-silk altar cushions and 1 tabernacle cloth of the same material.

The master smith and landowner Mr. Josef Schönbach, no. 398, had an altar table and a communion bench made in honor of St. Joseph in the month of March 1880 opposite the front entrance door in the church, forged the necessary screws and nails and fastened everything, free of charge the image of St. Joseph, so that the faithful could now perform their devotions in honor of Jesus Christ quite comfortably.  

The merchant’s wife Josefa Ritschel from Peterswald No. 387 gave for Lent 1 blue beautiful scholarship and 2 blue beautiful altar pillows and the pastor writing these notes had for incoming funds 1 large blue altar curtain for Lent and 2 blue Altarpolster make, as in this regard the church was almost unaware. Also the homeless widow Mrs. Johanna Püschel, number 344, had addressed some to contributions,    eg Postman Klinger                       (1 Gl.) Municipal Secretary Klinger, No. 191       (1 eq.)    Schönbach, Josef, No. 398                       (1 gl.) Ruprecht, No. 11                                       (50 Kr.)

From the results she had acquired a nice red scholarship from Casimir and brought just to the adornment of St. Pentecost.

On May 25, 1880, the wives Wolf, No. 312, had a blue-painted, star-studded plank mounted in the manner of a sky on the wall for better preservation of the statue of the Holy Mother of God, and the wife, Wilhelmine Wolf, bestowed on St. Mother of God a white lace veil. Also on May 26, 1880 presented the family Wolf, No. 160, to embellish the St. Frohnleichnamsfestes and the following higher feasts of the Church a very beautiful honored white scholarship together Altardeite sub uno of white fine canvas and Carolina Schönbach, No. 356, a beautiful, graceful pulpit with red lining.   On May 26, 1880, the five beautiful crosses arrived, which had been ordered by the pastor at Ferdinand Prinoth in Val Gardena in Tyrol and which so far 26 Gl. 94. Kr. Cost. The crosses were placed in the school classes immediately.

On the 17th of July, 1880, a terrible storm arrived which, worst in Nollendorf, shattered all crops there and dwelt in Königswald, but also in Peterswald, although to a lesser extent, caused damage. One estimated the damage in Nollendorf with 40000 Eq.

On August 16, 1880, between Peterswald and Schoenwald, in the direction of Streckenwald, a terrible cloudburst set in on the 9th morning. As a result of this and the previous several days of continuous heavy downpours, the runs of Peterswald and Schoenwald swelled to raging mountain streams whose water masses tore roads and meadows, bridges and bridges and severely damaged houses.   In the living quarters and stables penetrated, as the floorboards, scarf and in the cellars themselves brought beer and other barrels for swimming and a lot of wood, poultry cattle and other belongings by force continued. The oldest people did not remember a similar calamity. It was bad in Schoenwald, but worse still lived the flood in Peterswald, so the district and highway in many places badly damaged, bank fortifications were washed away and several houses ( here in the height No. 351 and 343 together with several in the Unterdorfe   ) were in great danger of being carried away by the terrible floods. Although the threatened residents had left their homes in time and in both communities were numerous helper hands with rescuing the cattle and salvaging the belongings busy, nonetheless grew the community members especially of Peterswald a great damage. Several tracts of land bordering on the Lochwasser, especially towards the Saxon border, among them also the church meadow “Blosch”, are not only very muddy, but also covered with rock scree and even animal cadavers.   The inhabitants of the whole ridge, not only as a result of the downpour, but also in consequence of the already preceding, probably 10 days continuously running rains great concern and fear for the future, because the crops were often difficult, even threatened to rot , It was fortunate that the calamity happened on the 16th of August during the day, at least no human life fell victim to the torrential torrents. Twenty years ago, on 17 August 1860, everything in the fields had been destroyed in Schoenwald and Peterswald by a terrible hailstorm.

On 3 Sept. 1880, the commissioning of the structural damage on the roof above the Sacristy and the tower, as well as inside the church, took place here.

For the church festival Nicolai 1880 brought Agnes Wolf, No. 160 and Caroline Schönbach, No. 356, the church beautiful white dining bags. For Christmas celebrations of the same year, Mr. Ferdinand Kühnel, Economic-Ausgedinger, No. 75, gave the church the gift of the beautiful chandelier in the middle in front of the Communion Bank. He had gradually bought the individual pieces and with great effort put together the chandelier within the year. Together with his son, Mr. Carl Kühnel, No. 75, he then raised and fastened the chandelier where it is now.

In late autumn, Jacob Hilt, Ausgedinger No. 213, had erected a large funerary monument on the grave of his wife Theresie Hilt, who died on June 8, and had it surrounded by a stone enclosure, without informing the local pastor.  At the latter’s request that Jacob Hilt either put away the enclosure or buy the burial ground, he appeared at the rectory, asked for leniency because he had acted out of ignorance, and he paid an amount of 6 Eq. For the acquisition of necessary ecclesiastical things, and since the harsh winter time, a clearing away was immediately impossible, so he renounced any further claim of the said place, so that the same can be occupied at any need again at will.

The sad year of 1880, which brought so much labor to humanity, came to an end, with dire signs of the future of our humanity, and every reasonable one passed in alarm the threshold of the new year.

1881 The first 3 months of this year were very severe with regard to the cold, so that the wood and coal stocks were very strong. The course of business was very bad, as a result of which many workers became evil, who sorrowfully faced the future.         Mr. Carl Kühnel, manufacturer no. 209, had silvered the inconspicuous lamp hanging before it without compensation in the month of March, and the proprietor Emilie Janke, No. 302, presented a new beautiful wreath to the Sacred Image of Jesus.

For Pentecost the housewife widow Johanna Püschel, No. 344, brought as a gift a new large pulpit curtain made of red half-cloth and of the same fabric a Tabernakeltüchel, both in value over 9 Eq. Contributions had given her, the baker’s wife Fritsche from No. 210, the economist woman Schönbach, No. 25, the manufacturer’s wife Kühnel, No. 341, this yes 1 eq. Josef Schoenbach, blacksmith master No. 398, the wife garbage master No. 188, and Mrs. Klinger, No. 191, these each 60 Kr., Together with a few smaller amounts, so that Mrs. Johanna Püschel No. 344, then even the missing replaced , For St. Corpus Christi, the Virgin Anna Wolf from Peterswald no. 160 of the church dedicated a beautiful self-embroidered Sacristeiglockenzug.

On July 16, at 3:30 pm in the afternoon of 1881, a heavy thunderstorm came over the Spitzberg; the lightning struck Franz Streit’s house, Schulmeister Nr. 375, and in a short time the same was burnt down.

Mission Cross Renovation 1881 The old mission cross set in 1858 was almost completely decayed and threatened to collapse.  At the request of the pastor and the use of Mr. Vikärs Hampel, the Gemeinde Peterswald delegation decided to set a new missionary cross.  By decree of the most venerable bischöfl. Consistorium, dedto Sept. 15, 1881, Nro. 5514, sr. Bishop Grain, Most Reverend Mr Bishop Dr. Anton Ludwig Frind the consent of the holding of the mission renovation in Peterswald on 30 and 31 October 1 and 2 Nov. 1881 by the high-level Mr. P. Josef Lechner, soc. Jesus from Mariaschein and at the same time the latter, as well as all priests who hear confession in this parish of the church during the mission renewal or within 8 days after the same, the authority, from the bischöfl. Reservation cases as well as those papal ones, in respect of which the faculty can be healed to other priests,  

All sermons held were numerous visited and what impression they made testifies to the continuous influx to them and the general praise. The Mission Cross itself was consecrated on All Saints’ Day in 1881 by HP Lechner on the occasion of the afternoon sermon. 

On 29th of Oct. the following party papers were sent to the rectory:    “The lord of life and death has passed the painful test of the leading diocese, the Most Reverend Dr.. Anton Ludwig Fried, Bischoff, knight of the kk Franz Josefs-Ordens, member of several learned societies, Mr. on Drum and Tebautitz etc.etc. after a brief practice of apostolic office, to call for eternal rest. He died after receiving de hl. Sacraments repeatedly strengthened and blessed by the blessing of St. Paters consoled, to acute pulmonary tuberculosis on Oct. 28 at 7:30 am, in the 59th year of life. The corpse of the beleaguered man will be in the hall of the bischöfl on Monday, the 30th of October, after 11 o’clock. Residence opened and Monday, the 31. Okt. at 9 o’clock after the solemn Requim on the local Gottesacker in the bischöfl. Crypt be buried. On 2.u.3. Requires will take place on Nov. The dioceses are asked to preserve the memory of the immortal pastor in pious prayers. Leitmeritz 28.Oct.1881 the mourning cathedral title “

Dr. Anton Ludwig Fried was an excellent shepherd. His excellent qualities as a scribe, priest, and bishop earned him the love of all. His funeral was a great rally. The High Cardinal Bishop, Prince Schwarzenberg, the Lord Bishop Hans von Königgrätz, the Lord Weih-Bischof Pracha, Count Franz von Schönborn, and many high dignitaries, as well as 140 priests, and a large number of lay people, among them notables.

On March 21, 1881 died in Peterswald No. 352, the manager in the Linkenbach factory, Mr. Friedrich Wilhelm Heinrich Linkenbach, a native of Neuwied in Prussia. At the request of the widow, she was given the burial ground for 30 years with the permission of the Most Revered Bishop. Consistory to Leitmeritz:

In execution of the parish request, dedto Peterswald May 10, 1881, No. 79, and the credit dedto June 14, 1881, it is replied that the church against the enclosure of the burial place of the buried in the Peterswald cemetery Friedrich Linkenbach with an iron fence on the Nothing is objected for a period of 20 years, if the premises of the cemetery permit the granting of this place to the said family Linkenbach at all.  Since the length of stay is calculated at the age of ten, it is unlikely that a burial in this place would be made after 20 years because it would have to exceed the 30-year forgiveness period. At the request of the Parthei, at the request of the latter, a parochial confirmation of the transfer of the place to the latter would be made. The act has to be recorded in detail and deposited in the parish archives sub acrid “cemetery matters”.

The amount to be charged of 40 Eq. Is to put into a purse at the hands of the cemetery, the savings book book itself under designation of its destination in the church treasury and store in the inventory under the items located in the church fund.

10.Okt. 1881 Rekag.Gem.Vi.Jos. Seifert, Chancellor

On October 17, 1881, in the afternoon between half past four and six o’clock, the factory of Mr. Carl Kühnel, No. 209, was burned down in starving cloth, parish of Peterswald No. 91.

During the summer of 1881 the church was turned into Peterswald, the sacristy covered with new shingles, the presbytery partly covered with new stone slabs, and the church tower largely covered. The congregation chief Eduard Krauspenhaar had preceded the construction and the production was recognized as quite satisfactory in the Commisionellen takeover, which took place on Oct. 11, 1881.

In the fall of 1881, the necessary repairs were made to the organ, which had become completely defective, a completely new keyboard was used and the organ was re-tuned. Mr. Orgelbauer Heinrich Schäffner from Böhm. Leippa has done the work to the fullest satisfaction.

In the spring of 1881, as a result of the decision of the Municipal Office, the lower, very defective half of the old post office was demolished, and during the summer and autumn a beautiful new building, quite conformed to the old upper post house, was completed. Originally, the construction costs were estimated at 6,000 guilders. It should be noted for the respective pastor of Peterswald, that in the direction against the church stairs to about 1 yard has been built on church grounds.  Since only the way to the church was a little narrower and although only a piece in the width of the post office, so did the pastor on oral requests of the parish council no objection to hatred of the community to escape, since in any case already meets the mail shed on church grounds.

On February 23, 1882 , I was appointed pastor of Modlan, then confirmed as such on March 8.

I, Johann Pleschke, born. 9.Sept. 1834, son of Josef Pleschke, Niederkarbitz 82 and the Monika, born. Gange from Daubitz, was on May 18, 1881 with a high councilor’s decree for pastor preempted, on 15. -18. Confirmed in May 1882. On the day of the confirmation I left Leitmeritz to my fellow traveler Ignaz Körtel, pastor in Bohemian-Kahn, from where I arrived via Tyssa in the company of my friend at an unusually cold time in Peterwald. My reception was a friendly and cordial, if not more pompous, than that of my predecessor.   For reasons not to be discussed, the laudable associations were not present. In the name of Eduard Krauspenhaar, who was absent in urgent matters, I was greeted by the head of the municipal council in the presence of the entire teaching staff and the school youth, as well as many male and female residents of the community under the music of the band, the high Rath, August Wolf, Kaufmann , with a short and friendly speech, which was returned by me in the same way.   On the threshold of the church in the name of her classmate Antonia Kliem, a very good student, addressed me with the request that I, coming from the beautiful and devout Netherlands, the local youth of the mountains, a leader to the heavenly Oberland may.

Something about my past: Consecrated as a priest in 1860 on the 31st of July by the Blessed Most Venerable Lord Bishop Augustinus Bartholomew, I had to start my station as chaplain in Schönau near Schluckenau, in the birthplace of the Most Holy Bishop Lille, on the 7th of September.  At Dehant Anton Linke, now in Gutt, I found an equally clever and intelligent, simple and simple pastor, in whom I learned a lot, to which I owe much. I had the good fortune at his side to meet a fellow-chaplain, David Leutpfal, who was very well-oriented in all matters of science, namely ecclesiastical art, and who, after the death of Dehant Linke in 1865, was my pastor until I left.   I count the almost 22 years, with the settlement of this administration, namely from 18.4. until May 1875 in Niedereinsiedel, from May to the end of September 1875 in Krombach, from May to the end of Sept. 1877 in Zeidlow, the happiest not only of my priestly years, but of my entire life so far.

The night of the 27th to the 28th of June 1882 was a night of terror. In the high-lying scouring of the economist Ignaz Fischer, no. 204 (Schofferbauer), an unidentified cause of fire broke out, which spread with rapid speed also to the nearby elongated courtyard house and also set fire to two houses down the street. At the beginning, the church was in danger; the wind swiftly turned in the opposite direction, and owing to this circumstance, it is mainly due to the fact that the destructive element did not propagate to other objects.   The danger was all the greater, as had not come at the same time help in the night. The fire brigades of Tyssa and Peterswald proved themselves very well.

Although repairs were carried out in large amounts under the previous master, the present Sellsorger asked for a commission of the löbl. Kk district captain Aussig to, which was rejected. The oven in the parsonage was very damaged and inadequate, which is why the predecessor of the winter months used an iron stove, which he had sold to the mayor when he left the church.

I therefore had the old, defective tiled stove removed and set up a new provisional at my own expense, me on almost 100 gulden Österr. Currency came to stand.

The old tiled stove in the living room was half decayed and can not be heated, but can be made usable again by implementing perhaps. The oven in the kitchen room will have to be removed in a short time and replaced with a new one. 1883   The local parish had so far no well; the drinking, cooking and washing water had to be brought from the so-called Postbrunnen, which costs much time and effort and is very difficult in winter.  That’s why I diged for water in the vegetable garden and found it at a depth of 7 meters. I set up a small pump, for the time being everything was at my expense. The whole construction of the pump comes well over 60 gulden Österr. Currency. Mr. C. Kühnel, no. 309, manufacturer of metal goods, has shown me a lot of favors in the construction.  The water still carries earthy constituents, which, however, according to the opinion of experts, may be lost in some time, when the well is often evacuated and the ground is worn out after a few times. Since the well has been dug in very dry season, the water should be sufficient forever.

The late summer u. Autumn dJ1882 was very rainy and therefore the harvesting work very difficult, the grains grew many times, the potatoes, a staple food of local population were not sufficient, were watery and rotten spoiled by the decay. There was a very rich fruit harvest.

At the end of 1883, the baker’s wife Fritsche, Veronika, No. 210, and the postulancy widow Püschel came to see me. I asked for a new one for the completely vanished oath of St. Fabian and Sebastian, for which purpose they voluntarily collected contributions from house to house. The collection yielded the amount of 60 guilders, 32 cruisers.

In Correspondezblatt the company “Lukas-Kunstanstalt” was recommended for purchases in the church. I turned with the question whether it would be possible for her to furnish for this sum a beautiful artistically executed picture of the two saints in the indicated size, together with gilded baroque framing. I asked for the affirmative answer, and the picture arrived here on the eve of the pledge and could be hung in place of the old one in the church.

The execution met the expectations   n i t. The named company has subsequently turned out to be a JEWISH business working in Catholic cult objects. I subsequently had to pay more than 4 guilders out of my own resources.  

The weather conditions were slightly cheaper this year than in the previous year. The summer was full of thunderstorms that caused a lot of hail damage here as well.

In March of this year, the construction engineers were taken in by construction engineer Novak from Teplitzer Bauamte and Mr. Vogteikommissär, Mr. Eduard Krauspenhaar. The local Kirchthurm clock is owned by the community Peterswald and after edition of old guarantors as from a neighboring Saxon church. The showed and struck for a long time incorrectly, often stopped. The dial was completely weathered. I turned to the community representatives who, according to a consulted expert, had the repairable Thurmuhr restored      The need was acknowledged, but it was said that the community funds were too much elsewhere. I let go of it and offered an amount of 10 gulden. Mr. Kaufmann August Wolf deserves the merit of his personal influence to have the matter in order. At his suggestion, Mr. Vinzenz Hauschild, the Minister of Plumbers in Peterswald, offered the offer to the public council, the Thurmuhr with percussion and dial for the cost of 50 guilders. workable and solid again.

In order to avoid the community income, which in any case is hardly sufficient for other urgent community needs, the local councilor Mr. Augustin Wolf made the proposal to raise the above renovation expenses by voluntary donations from benefactors from the inner circle and donated for this purpose:

Reverend, Pastor Johann Pleschke                          10 guilders Herr Gemeindevorsteher, Eduard Krauspenhaar 8 Gulden Mr. Augustin Wolf, Gemeinderath and Vors.der Spark.     13 guilders Mr. Anton Wolf, No. 195, Municipal Committee                     10 guilders Mr. Anton Nitsche, Nr. 221, Gemeinderath 5 gulden Mr. Johann Kühnel, community committee No. 188 1 gulden Mr. Wenzel Tischer, savings bank accounting guide 5 gulden                           ————–    sum                                                                                               50 guilders

From this amount could be made Thurmuhr of Mr. Vinzenz Hauschild solid and passable. The mentioned remuneration was handed over today to Mr. Augustin Wolf.Peterwald April 4, 1885 , Krauspenhaar / Augustin Wolf

The objects provisionally acquired by the pastor from his own resources would follow later. Mr. Fabrikant C. Kühnel, No. 209, has for free 6 altar lamps, a frankincense barrel and cloth neatly nickel-plated. Jul 8, 1885, Br. Demel, Canonicus senior.

On July 7, 1885, sr. Bischöfl. Gracious, the Most Reverend Mr. Bishop Dr. Emmanuel Johann Schöbel on this year’s visitation trip via Nollendorf to Peterswald. Three triumphal arches had been erected, the local associations, fire brigades, and workers were almost completely disembodied. The parish presentation, with the exception of the headmaster, Eduard Krauspenhaar, welcomed the most reverend pastor and accompanied him to the church. On July 8, 528 confirmations were confirmed.   

The year 1886 was a year of construction. At great cost, the gable roof of the rectory was repainted and several other repairs worried. The well has been completed in the buildings with been added. Although it had cost over 60 guilders, I only received 50 guilders. Likewise, for the stove in my living room 45 florins were set, but I received no compensation, allegedly, because in the guest room a new stove had to be set up. The old stove in this room should be converted.  The oven in the dining room was close to the ruins and was replaced by a new one. From the remnants of the worn stove, I had a kitchen stove built, the former kitchen stove was a devastator of fuel, without performing well.

Between the church tower and the church roof, the winter storms brought a lot of snow to the church floor. The column was closed by a sheet metal border.

On the 12th of October, I had to undergo a dangerous operation, as, following the proliferation of the left thyroid gland, a protrusion of the larynx had occurred as far as the right jaw jaw. As a result of the operation, a long and persistent hoarseness remained, so that the performance of ecclesiastical functions was associated with discomfort. 

From the end of October to the beginning of 1887, the measles were rampant, so the schools had to be closed. The epidemic has killed many children and several adults. The winter was extremely snowy and stormy. Paths and roads were often impassable for days. Almost daily I had to go out to funerals and restorations, so that I, the convalescent, could hardly recover from one day to the next.

In 1885 it should be added that the small bell has burst and has not yet been re-cast.

An unnamed woman handed me 1885 an amount of 100 guilders Ö.W. for the establishment of a “Pipe Foundation” ( Friday afternoon 3 clock ), but since they did not want to pay for the construction costs, so with her consent 4% silver pension was purchased, which is kept in the archive. The Messner now receives the interest for the chimes. It was invested in the local savings bank, the insert sheet is in the archive at the bonds. It is now also Thursday evening at 7 clock in honor of the deathly fear of Jesus rang.  

For the new year 1887 , the metal goods manufacturer, Mr. Anton Wolf, No. 258, gave the church a four-part harmonious altar chimes. Mr. Metallwarenfabrikant Carl Kühnel silvered the tin-plated santa lights, for which the named Mr. Anton Wolf made a contribution.

In lieu of senior teacher Franz Tischer, who died on 31 Aug. 1886, Josef Greifs, a senior teacher in Türmitz, came to Peterswald for several years.

In 1886 a beautiful new schoolhouse was built in Neuhof at the expense of the community of Peterswald, to which Neuhof belonged, for the price of 6,000 guilders.   It is noteworthy that the inhabitants of Neuhof have done no help.

On June 1, the reverend Herr Karl Dohle, b. to Gruenthal on 25. Febr. 1860, ordained on 17 May 1885, since then Cooperator in Haida, offset in the same property to Peterswald.  Vidi 1887, Jos. Hampel

On August 27, 1887 died of BEEN hired for the Church in Peter forest for many years church accounting officer Wenzel Tischer, the same was for a long time, later occupied the Patrionalamt Schoenwald as a writer as an assistant to the business representative and had efficient knowledge and skill in accounting   appropriated , Hired as a cashier at the Peterswald Sparkasse, he later settled in Peterwald.

Now the church bill for Peterswald and Nollendorf should be taken over by me. But I had to reject it, since the already quite advanced disease of the eyes on the cataract made life and writing very difficult for me and made the greatest possible protection of the eyes a duty. 

According to the decree, it was determined that for the education of the religious education in the five school classes in Peterswald and in the one-class school in Neuhof from January 1, 1888 to December 31, a compensation of 80 Eq. Ö.W. to pay.

The summer of 1887 as a whole was very dry and warm here. The harvest is a good middle crop; The thunderstorms have caused no significant damage to the crop by hailstorm. The winter of 1887 to 1888 began early, already in October, it was very severe because of its continuing cold, its hurricane-like blizzards and its duration until around mid-April. The snow masses were as big as not for many years. Peterswald was cut off from all traffic with neighboring villages for days because of the snowdrifts.  

Two people were killed in the blizzards: on March 12, Wagner’s wife and juice merchant Josefa Ritschel was found frozen to death in the field above the murder ground, where she might have lain for about 12 days. On March 15, brick tiler Ignaz Weigand from Tyssa am Wald was found, the road leading to Schönwald was frozen to death and half blown up in the snow.  With the death of the high school teacher Franz Tischer, the dermal senior teacher, Mr. Josef Greifs, is the accounting officer; so far not definitely employed.

From the savings by the bell bag and a contribution from the grave site fees for ecclesiastical purposes, I have to Maria Lichtmeß beautiful, massive candlesticks to 18 eq. Ö.W. bought by the company Albrecht Hamassa. The total amount for the red brass candlesticks amounts with dispatch and freight to ½ Eq. 70 Kr.   In addition to this, I have had a new beautiful Meßgewandt from the monastery of the Sisters of Charity in the detention center in Rupy near Prague, two beautiful linen albums and damaged vestments repair.

After many applications, the Peterswalder Ortsschulrath set about building a paralell class for the 4th grade; To the teaching room, the cowshed located in the school building is promoted with the use of the stalls.

From May 29, 1888 , the Cooperator, Mr. Karl Dosler was transferred as chaplain to Neustadt bei Friedland and under the same date Karl Dittrich was appointed to Peterswald, who arrived here on 16 June.    Vidi 3.7.1888, Josef Hampel

The bell in the weight of 486 pounds served as a bell for the winter hour strike.  It was said to have shattered due to mishandling and gave a smeared odious sound. The master plumber Vinzenz Hauschild tried to improve the sound by painting, but in vain.

After long negotiations between the Lieutenancy and the provincial commissioner, Mr. Eduard Krauspenhaar, she gave on May 16, 1888 the authorization to order a new bell in the same weight. The bell foundry of Peter Hilzes explained the old material, the Kilo to take over 85 kreuzer, recalculated the kilo with 1 gulden 43 Kreuzer ö.W. So then a new bell was ordered with a ton. On July 20, 1888, the bell left Neustadt, arrived in Aussig on July 26 and was picked up there by Vinzenz Schönbach, number 331. The weight of the new bell is 251 kilos.

Costs have accumulated:    For the new bell, incl. Material of the old                       217 Eq. 7 Kr.                                   For blacksmiths v. 97 cm length with bearings and Skull nails 36 Eq. 88 Kr.        

About the request of the Peterswalder pastor, Johann Plaschke, who could not do the consecration prayers because of his eye suffering, became the pastor of Nollendorf, the reverend Mr. Josef Hille of the most revered bischöfl. The parish was delegated to Benedictius the Bell, which was solemnly performed under the assistance of Pastor Pleschke and Cooperator Karl Dittrich on the 12th of August in the presence of the Lord Commissioner, the Municipal Secretary and the people.  On Aug. 13th, the old bell is from master carpenter Franz Kühnel, No. 47, Wenzel Kühnel, No. 36, Franz Kühnel jun., Franz Körtel, No. 42, police man Josef Norit, No. 436, Franz Kühnel, No. 216 , Josef Nitsche, no. 4 and son Josef Nitsche, no. 4, through the south-facing Thurmfenster lowered on a thistle level from the tower, which raised a bell half way and hung in the camps and by the mayor and Vogteikommissär Eduard Krauspenhaar at 12.00 noon the first time the angelus Domini was rung. The name of the bell is Maria. 

In July, 1888, I submitted my resignation to the parish of Peterswald and the petition for retirement because of blindness. Since I do not count full 30 years of priests, the pension was measured with 460 guilders. On Oct. 31, 1888, I resign from active pastoral care and take up my domicile in Georgswalde.

I wish the blessing of God for my time and eternity on my parish of St. Peter, I recommend it to the intercessions of Mary Most Holy Mary and St. Joseph and to the constant protection of Divine Providence.

After the predecessor, Hochw. Mr. Johann Pleschke, the parish Peterswald von Hochw. Administered Mr. Franz Zecmen from 1. Nov. 1888 to 21. March 1889. He was a chaplain in Schonwald 

1889 On March 14, Schreiber was confirmed as Pastor of Peterswald. On the 25th of March, with the participation of the community, he held the installation here. 

Josef Hille, currently pastor of Peterswald, born. 2.3.1849 in Schönau near Schluckenau, was then for   6 ½ years pastor in the neighboring Nollendorf, from where on 29 Dec. 1856 a pastor, also born. from Schönau, moved to Peterswald.

Golden wedding May 4, 1889 was a day of honor for the market town Peterswald in the best sense of the word.  On that day celebrated the brave married couple Mr. Ferdinand Krahl and Mrs. Katharina. Hegenbart, her golden wedding, the first that was solemnly celebrated in Peterswald. These venerable Jubilare had acquired in the 50 years of his marriage, no golden treasures to celebrate the golden wedding brilliant.  With touching unanimity, all of Peterswald had a very nice day together for this venerable anniversary. Amongst the fresh, cheerful sounds of the kk Peterswald music band, the jubilee pair marched to the house of God, in the same suit in which it had walked to the altar of marriage 50 years ago in the flower of life. Early at 5 o’clock the workers had begun to spare two hours for the big celebration in the church. From the neighboring towns of Tyssa, Schönwald, Nollendorf even from Streckenwalde people had come rushing.  odrum was followed by a joyful meal, which was attended by the numerous present and friends of the jubilation couple, and in the evenings dance music, as it is for a wedding, whether it is a golden one, should go up there.

There was a rapturous applause as the still quite jubilant jubilation among the quite popular ways of the powerful song “When the grandfather took the grandmother” performed the golden wedding dance in the circles tightly closed by local children. But also moving was this sight, because he reminded so true and beautiful of the German proverb: “old love does not rust”.

On July 12, 1889, a hailstorm broke over the upper village, which destroyed the entire crop. The Niederdorf was completely spared. This hailstorm also has the places Schönwald, Nollendorf, Böhm. Kahn, Königswald and others hit hard. While the weather from April 19 to that fateful July 12 left nothing to be desired; There was always sunshine and rain at a favorable time, especially the month of May was a month of mercy.

In the period from October 10 to December 12, 1889, not less than five, say five, committed suicides. Among them was a boy of twenty, who first shot at his girl and then met himself fatally. The girl came through as the bullet stuck in the metal bars of her bodice.

1890 In January of this year, a contagious, but not very dangerous illness occurred here, the flu or as it is usually called now; the influenza. Many people, adults and children were attacked by it, so that the school had to be closed on 16 January.

On January 20, at the feast of St. Martyrs Fabian and Sebastian, the assembly of the day’s brothels, had a thunderstorm at 3 o’clock in the afternoon, during which two blows fell. However, it has not hit anywhere. The weather of these months was unusually mild. 08/06/1890     

The widow Karolina Tischer has the image of St. Vincent copying Farrius to the side altar on the left, proving to be a great benefactress of the Church. The copy cost 70 eq. And was made by the painter Mr. Josef Maschke from Reichenau near Gablonz. God bless this sacrificial benefactress of the Church. 

Madame Ida Kaufmann, who is in the cure at Bad Elster in the Kingdom of Saxony, sent to the local parish office in July the sum of 20 marks: twenty marks for distribution to the local branches. It was attended by eight people in need of help.

1891 On Whit Monday, the local commendable fire brigade celebrated the 15th foundation of its existence as a festival on which a field mass and an open-air address were also held by the local pastor. At the hl. Mass assisted Mr. P. Ignaz Stössel, pastor of Schönwald. Many friends were present, the party was accompanied by the most beautiful weather.

In this year also from the municipality a new cemetery, aufschließ at the old one was established. It was solemnly initiated by the pastor, with great sympathy from the whole community.

On 6 February, the school was closed because of the sprawling among the schoolchildren Spitzblattern.    Matt also 31.5.1892

In this year, the church was covered with slate and provided with 2 lightning rods. The floor in the sacristy was laid out with cement slabs. A lightning conductor was also installed on the parsonage, and the garden wall was restored. The fence was repaired, but for the most part also rebuilt.

This year saw an exceptionally high heat and dryness. There is a significant lack of water. Only after the 12th of December was a constant thunderstorm clearing up this lack of water. It is said that since 1842 there has not been such a prolonged drought.

1893 In January of this year, there was an extraordinary cold. Old people declared that they had never experienced such a great cold here. In Aussig, for example, the thermometer showed 22 degrees on 16 January. Also, the snow since Johanni has not fallen as many as in this January. On January 23, Thauwetter arrived, but did not stop. On the 26th of January it was so cold again. On January 31, renewed thaw occurred. On the 3rd of February it was again very cold.  

At about eleven o’clock on the morning of the 24th, a violent thunderstorm took place here, which caused much damage to the houses in the Oberdorfe. There had just been a downpour in the Unterdorfe.

this year progressively an extraordinary long and lasting heat and drought. There was an eight-day devotion there. On Friday at about 10 o’clock a thunderstorm arose, which brought heavy rain and mercifully, without causing the least damage. 

1894 In this year the church was renovated by pious gifts. A pious good man, Mr. Anton Wolf, has a new pulpit of his own, valued at 400 gulden ö.W. Result: four hundred gulden in Austrian currency, donated. However, it is a relatively large sacrifice for this man. There are men in the church who have much more, but they did not do the same.  The pastor felt urged in his heart to report this beautiful deed to the Reverend Bishop, who was delighted to send Herr Wolf a letter of commendation in the warmest terms and to give him and his family the episcopal blessing.

Afterwards, Mr. Wolf made a great contribution to the local church, since he distributed more than 40 letters to St. Peter’s forests, which found their fortune abroad, and thus wrote over 100 guilders. On the whole, more than 400 guilders have been received by collection. The church could be painted out of it and the remaining money could be invested profitably in the bank for the time being. There are still a few mild gifts flowing in. 

In 1895 , the savings bank director Mr. Augustin Wolf gave the church new crucifix pictures in the value of 325 guilders.

After the predecessor, the high-priestly pastor Josef Hille, the parish Peterswald of the high-priced Mr. P. Franz Symon from 21.8. Administrated from 1896 to 6 January 1897.

On December 3, 1896 , Fr. Alois Skliba, appointed pastor of Peterswald, was confirmed as such on January 7, 1897, and moved to Peterswald on January 12. On his arrival in Peterswald he was picked up by the mayor Josef Ruhmich and Josef Schoenbach in the parish of Nollendorf with a sledge and in Peterswald the remaining members of the community council and the school board awaited him with the men teachers and the whole school youth and all representatives of the local clubs. He celebrated the installation on 2 January 1897 at the feast of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary. 

Alois Skliba, b. in Reichenau on 29 Aug. 1861.

The church bill leader August Klinger was relieved of this office on request and this function transferred to the merchant, Mr. Anton Schönbach, PW 164.

On June 20, 1897 , the local military veterans club celebrated its 25th anniversary. On this occasion, there was a solemn field high office. There were many strangers present, the celebration was accompanied by the most glorious weather, and this day was a day honored for the community.

According to the Decree of 9.8.1897, the high cost of custody had led to the cost overruns of the urgently needed construction of the religious fund structures in Peterswald and to the overthrow of the kiosks on preparations concerning materials and work with 129 Eq. 68 Kr.                                     Feeds and handiwork 50 Kr.                                        Together with                                                           130 Eq. 18 Kr.

Adjusted. In agreement with the bischöfl. Consistorium in Leitmeritz, the high Lieutenancy has found the execution of these preparations, the necessity of which appears to be documented, to be justified by the above-mentioned expenses, which in no case have to be exceeded in order to diminish them to the point of tueness.

New side altars – Since the local two side altars were already in a very bad and damaged condition and did not fit the style of the local parish church, I have supported myself since my being with the idea whether new altars are not created by the mild gifts of the local church benefactors could.

And only through my great effort, I finally managed to find a very good and religious family, who was willing to make the two side altars of their own. This family is wealthy, but it is still a great sacrifice for them. There are families in the community who have much more, but these have not done anything like this.

It means:   ( The name should never be betrayed Anton Wolf b.fr. Vogteikommissär for the parish churches in Peterswald and Nollendorf, metal manufacturer and homeowner in Peterswald No. 195 and his wife Agnes, b. Wolf and her only daughter Sofia Maria.

As early as 1894, the aforesaid Herr Anton Wolf had a new pulpit worth 400 gulden ö.W. for his own parish church. given.

This work was entrusted to the cabinetmaker for church work Mr. Reinhard J. Tittel, he has produced to the fullest satisfaction.   Pardon it to the Wolf family a thousand times.

Empress Elisabeth + on September 10, 1898 The terrible news that our Empress fell victim to the murderous attack of a wicked person and had to end her life far away from her homeland is a blast from the clear sky. To the noble woman who possessed no enemy, doing only good and blessing where she appeared, a godforsaken revolutionary cooled his demonic hatred of society. There is no expression of expressing the disgust and horror which this gruesome act inflicts.  After mourning for us so suddenly snatched from country mother, who had suffered so much heartache in life, the intimate sympathy and concern tends our exalted ruler to the death not only robbed the only son and heir to the throne, but now also the theuere partner and imposed so much on his trust in God and on his strength of soul.

The peoples of Austria-Hungary are mourning the grave of their Empress, but they also seize the painful occasion to rally again in stilted love for the supreme throne and to express the feelings of loyalty to the ruler and his house. The faithful peoples can offer nothing to the ruler except their attachment, which was able to comfort the sublime Lord in this terrible misfortune.   We therefore fully agree with the request: “Almighty and eternal God may be the last to test this most difficult test, which he imposed in his inscrutable decree on our emperor, in his life so dear to us. God give strength and strength to our Emperor so that he can bear the infinite pain. May God hear us and at last lewht again the sun of divine grace over our beloved and heavily tested Emperor, over our dynasty and over our fatherland Austria! “

The fiftieth anniversary of the reign of Sr. Kk Apostolic Majesty Franz Josef I on 2 December 1898 On Dec. 1, 1898, the jubilee was initiated with a solemn one-handed ringing of bells, from 5 to 6 o’clock in the evening.  On December 2, 1898 as the actual anniversary day was held by ½ 10:00 a solemn sung High Mass with “Te Deum,” which the laudable local council, together with the laudable local school council, the laudable Sämtliche clubs from here, the laudable kk Finance Guard and Gendarmerie divisions that Having attended Teacher with the school youth and many devotees, thereby demonstrating the love of the sublime Jubilee.

1899 Acquisition of new objects of worship From the religion fund as patron of the church 510 gulden 90 Kr. Ö.W. approved for the purchase of new items of worship and the purchase made immediately. 

Cardinal Count Schönborn of Prague, at the inauguration of the Koliner Denkmal, got pneumonia and died on June 24, 1899 in Falkenau. No one would have expected the death of the disease to be fatal. The Kirchenfürst stood in the 56th year of life. Cardinal Schönborn has half of his fortune in the college bohemium in Rome, a quarter of the sch. Veitsdome and a quarter bequeathed to his successor.  

Removal of the Thurmdache  When removing the Thurmdaches one found several old copper coins and an old yellowed document and an old coin, dated from the year 1771.  On the one hand stands: Saxon …..

From January 1901 an extreme cold prevailed and a lot of snow fell.  Old people say that they have never experienced so much cold and snow here. On January 26, the thermometer showed 22 degrees minus. From mid-December 1900, diphtheria and measles grassed, so that some of the schools had to be closed completely.  These two epidemics have got away a lot of kids.

The winter was extremely snowy. Stairs and paths often impassable. In spite of a renewed request to the kk high Lieutenancy, the necessary construction of the local patronage buildings has not yet been granted. Nevertheless, that the relevant proposals were submitted in the autumn of 1900 the high kk Lieutenancy.

Visit sr. Kk Majesty, Emperor Franz Joseph I of Bohemia and Hungary on June 17, 1901 in Leitmeritz and Aussig.    The journey sr. Majesty of the Emperor to Bohemia proceeded in the expected manner. The people flocked in masses to pay homage to the emperor. The impression is likely to be lasting and yet contribute to the fact that the two nations finally reach an understanding. The emperor expressed his satisfaction in a highest handwriting over the homage paid to him.  

On July 21, 1901 , the local congregation once again had a true day of rejoicing, for on this day the newly-ordained Herr Anton Nitsche celebrated his primacy. He was escorted from his home to church by the local pastor at 3:10.

On April 12 , 1902 , the execution of the requested construction of the church and the rectory was approved. For the amount of 21496 crowns the present tower, which towered in all beauty, was set up. Since the old one had to be demolished in the autumn of 1899 because it was dilapidated. The whole church and parish were repainted from the outside and painted. At the parish, the old roof had to be removed and replaced with a new one. The parish was covered with slate and no longer with bricks, as it used to be.      The law firm and kitchen were also repainted. All work was entrusted to the present Vogteikommissär, Mr. Anton Wolf, from Peterswald 195 as a contractor. All construction work was completed in 1903.

The death Leo of the XIII.    On Monday, July 20, 1903, at 4: 9h in the afternoon, God recalled the noble sufferer after more than two weeks of suffering and after several hours of agony. The news of the death of the Pope has been received everywhere with the deepest pain.    Ischl, July 20 evening. At the moment when the Catholic world is deeply saddened by the news of the passing away of its chief shepherd, it is especially close to my heart to express to your Eminence the great grief it has. 

Pius X.    The chair of st. Peter mounted! He was patriarch of Venice for years and now he is at the zenith of office in the world. He is 68 years old, b. 2 July 1835 to Riesa, diocese of Treviso.

Mission from 11.-18. Oct. 1903 The mission held by Mr. P. Wenzel Lerch fell into a rainy week.    The solemnity of the sacramental sermon glorified over 60 white-dressed girls. The sozis expressed their anger at such a favorable outcome by putting their intellectual products on the thresholds of the front doors, but they felt so much shame that they did not do so by day.  The solemnity of the ordination of the Mission Cross had to be canceled because of pouring rain. Nevertheless, the church was filled. A schoolboy brought on behalf of the children a beautiful bouquet with warm farewell words.

buildings    The construction of the church and the parish buildings were commissioned and the relevant execution costs with 25042 Kr. 63 H. adjusted. The amount of 10711 Kr. 97 H. was handed over to the hands of the entrepreneur Anton Wolf in exchange for stamped receipt from the named Fonde. It was noted that the entrepreneur has to pay to the kuk district capital Aussig deposited deposit of 2000 kroner for the solidity of the executed preparations through 2 years to the 12th of October 1905.  

On the occasion of the religious instruction in Neuhof, the pastor receives 30 H. for each kilometer of the round trip, the distance of 4 km for a round trip is calculated with the amount of 2 Kr. 40 H.

According to the order, the old school building had to be demolished and replaced by a new one. Same with the removal was posted on April 3, 1905 started and the foundation stone for the same on April 29, 1905 in the presence of the parish priest Alois Skliba, the community leader Anton Kühnel, no. 55, the Lord headmaster Franz Fejfar and the Bailiwick Commissioner and the first Municipal Council Mr. Anton Wolf, No. 195, placed. 

New tower clock    A pious Guttäter, Mr. Anton Wolf, no. 195, together with his wife, Agnes Wolf, currently Bailiwick commissioner and the first town council donated entirely of its own, a new clock tower in the value of 900 crowns. Gave it to God the Lord Anton Wolf the God a thousand times.

Consecration of the school    On 1 November 2, 1905 the local newly constructed school building was inaugurated by the parish priest Alois Skliba solemnly. The ceremony included:    The kuk district school inspector, Mr. Mugnauer from Aussig The commendable local council – with the exception of some ecclesiastical and anti-school gentlemen. The same with the mayor, Mr. Josef Haase and at the same time button manufacturer No. 182 at the top The laudable school board. All praiseworthy associations, as well as many devotees from Peterswald, even from afar, even from neighboring Saxony. This school is the first, and perhaps the last, and ever so big school, which was consecrated by the aforementioned pastor.

On June 27, 1906 , the Most Reverend Lord, Auxiliary Bishop, came. Wenzel Frind   accompanied by the honorable Canon Gustav Mattausch, the reverend Mr. Consistorial Council and Ordinariatssekretär Augustin Fibiger and the venerable District Vicar Franz Ottmar Pohl from Schwaz on Nollendorf to Peterswald to hold there the canonical visitation and the sacrament of St. To donate confirmation. Two very beautiful triumphal arches that reminded of ancient Roman triumphators.  All the clubs are: the singing club, two bands, the military, the fire brigade, the workers’ association, etc., were ready to receive his episcopal grace, as well as the kuk financial guard and the imperial gendarmerie.

The head of the village, Mr. Josef Haase, Knopffabrikant, welcomed and welcomed the most honored Mr. Bishop at the first triumphal arch. At the second door of triumph the laudable faculty received him with the school youth. A schoolgirl gave a short speech and three schoolgirls presented bouquets to the high guest. On 29.6. His episcopal graces confirmed 651 confederates.  

Construction work For this master builder Karl Grohmann 6,339 Kronen 2 Heller were handed over. 6.029 Kronen 2 Heller to the organ builder from Prague Heinrich Schiffner, all against receipt.   The deposit of 610 kroner was paid by the master mason Karl Grohmann for a period of three years, ie until 11th August 1909, for the solidity of the executed works.

school lock From February 2 to 20, 1908 , both the Volksschule and the Bürgerschule were closed because of the measles pedemas grazing among the schoolchildren. Also at this time the influenza occurred here. Many people, adults and children were seized.

Hailstorm On May 6, 1908, at 5 o’clock in the afternoon, a violent hailstorm broke out here, combined with very heavy downpours, which caused a lot of damage in the fields, especially in the Lower Dorfer. The Oberdorfe had only had a copious downpour. 

button industry    In this year 1908 , the production of the fabricated buttons is bad. Workers who earned 3 to 4 kroner in previous years and even more daily now earn barely half the amount mentioned above. Foreign workers were largely dismissed.

Finally a Christian social gathering    On the 8th of May, 1908 , in the hall of the Hotel “Rathaus” one of the equally active and linguistic secretary Mr. Heinrich Schmidt, from Warnsdorf convened, § 2 meeting took place. The conscript had been tolerant enough to send invitations to the other party, only the assembly showed that it had little political training and moderation.  The treaty soon and blessedly clarified the nature of the Christian Social Party and above all brought clarity to its political and economic successes, which must indeed be called great.  The speaker was very fortunate to learn that Vienna, with its 100,000 Czechs, has not yet made it to a public Czech school, that the German language has been declared by the Landtag to be the only ruling school and that Christian social party sharing is very recent By their explanation in German national affairs, here is meant the language dispute in Bohemia. But what did German-Bohemia do with its various German parties? One Czech school after another is being built in the German possession.   Czech officials moved in droves to German-Bohemia. The enforced bilingualism of the country is evident everywhere on every station board of the railway.

If one can not speak of a mass joining to the Christian Social Party in Peterswald, then the Assembly has had the good of bringing enlightenment about the much-blasphemed Christian Social Party. Would the German people understand that his much-vaunted German fidelity can not exist in the rejection of the Catholic religion of his ancestors, and in which Hasse is against her servant, who is certainly well in German Bohemia  , because Czechs are – Sons of German parents do not want to become a priest 07/07/1908   

For the maintenance of musical instruments, an amount of 28 Kr. 50 H. was exceptionally approved by the parish church in Peterswald for the year 1905.

June 24, 1908 The arbitrary act of the vicar in Peterswald regarding the forgiveness of not yet approved works to the execution must be strictly issued and it is noted that only exceptionally and only for this time, from the application of the provisions of paragraph 8 from 1806 Distance is taken. Finally, the kuk District Commissioner is asked to report in detail on the resubmission of the Kollandierungsaktes whether and how and at what cost the production of new iron windows in the church in Peterswald was carried out.

War memorial    In the history of Peterswald the 30th of August 1908 will be unforgettable , on which day the consecration of the war memorial and the celebration of the anniversary of the emperor’s diamond jubilee took place. At eleven o’clock in the afternoon, the pastor Alois Skliba celebrated a Levite ministry at an altar erected on the square, assisted by the Nollendorf pastor, Mr. Alois Schmidt and the public school counselor Anton Nitsche. During the office, the vocal club under the direction of the conductor in conjunction with the Vereinstafette got the vocals.

After the office, the pastor gave a speech in which he discussed the threefold memorial of the monument:

– Commemoration of the fallen of the Fatherland up there and of the Fatherland on earth – the Emperor. Then the singing society sang the popular anthem in several voices. After the welcome of all the guests by the veteran officer Wenzel Wolf, Mr. Bürgerfeuer Franz Fejfar developed in his splendid table speech a picture of the war and the peace of the 60 years of the emperor’s reign at the hand of the emperor’s anthem.   With the defilement before the dignitaries and the all warriors closed the so beautiful celebration.  The participation of the population was a very big one. Everywhere the houses were wreathed and flagged. Appeared were the district captain Lenderke of Aussig, the district chief Glöckner, the mayor and the doctor of Gottleuba, the municipal council of Peterswald, de veterans with flag and music of Tyssa, Schönwald and Gottleuba, the veterans of Nollendorf and Kulm, the Veterans Association of Peterswald Flag and music, the workers’ association with music, the singing society “Liedertafel”, the fire brigades and the gymnastics club.    After the festivities, firefighter Ferdinand Schönbach, who died in the fire on 28 June, was decorated for his 25-year membership in the fire department. The concert held in the afternoon enjoyed a very good visit.

The monument was erected to commemorate all the fallen for 100 years.

Our diocese is orphaned: Bishop Emmanuel Schöbel died. On the first Sunday of Advent, November 28, 1909, our head pastor and bishop, Bishop Emmanuel John, laid his aged head to sleep, having reached almost the age of 86, and we hope he entered the better afterlife. It condoled the hl. Father, Pope Pius X, His Majesty, the Emperor, the Apostolic Nuncio, the Cardinals of Vienna and Prague, the Minister of Education, the Governor, the Colonel Marshal, the General, and all the Bishops of Austria, the Chapters of the Chapter, of the Officers.            The solemn funeral, which took place on the following Thursdays, the 2nd of December, 1909, testified to the high veneration that the high immortal enjoyed in all circles .  More than 250 clergymen and about 80 theologians took part in it.

With the 1.Sept. In 1910 , Mr. Hugo Stehlik of Kekov and Ritter von Treustädt, former temporary chaplain in Ticklowitz, were hired as temporary catechists at the local Volks- und Bürgerschule.

His kuk apostolic majesty granted for the completed diocese of Leitmeritz to present the most venerable Mr. Josef Gross, archdeacon of Falkenau adEger, born in Pfraumberg on 10th Oct.1866, ordained priest in Prague on 4th July 1889.  His Holiness Pius X. accepted the supreme presentation and entrusted to him the episcopal government of this diocese. On 5 June 1910 the enthronement took place in Leitmeritz.

At noon on May 8, 1911, at noon, the farm building no. 227 belonging to Josef Wolf burned down in Ober-Peterswald.

3.7.1911 Decision of a kuk Lieutenancy in Prague of June 23, 1911 concerning acquisition of parish registers.

05/28/1912 The cost overrun for the construction of the church parish and cemetery in Peterswald was examined and the costs for the construction of the  materials and professional works with                                     8.119 Kr. 23 H.  

With regard to supplies and handiwork                        2.013 Kr. 55 H.  

Therefore, with the total amount of 10,132 Kr. 78 H. Adjusted.

New carrying sky    Since the old headliner had already become very old, damaged, and worn out, which also did not meet the liturgical regulations, since my being there the wish has been cherished to win a benefactor for this beautiful and noble purpose. Such a one was also found soon in the person of the former Vogteikommissär and Sparkasse director, the already deceased Mr. Anton Wolf, metal goods manufacturer in Peterswald No. 195.  However, as a result of his illness, especially his unexpected death and other causes, this, his promise and his plan remained unexecuted. 

But what he could not accomplish and accomplish has now been completed by his surviving wife, Agnes Wolf. For, with her husband, who has slept peacefully in the Lord’s womb, she has acquired a magnificent and elaborate supporting sky, corresponding to the liturgical regulations, for the price of 1,000 crowns. On this year’s feast of the Divine Mercy, the Eucharistic sacramental Divine Savior was carried for the first time under this magnificent canopy. Pardon the noble donor, Mrs. Agnes Wolf, the dear God a thousand times here on earth.

17.10.1913 New church bill leader Good-born, Mr. Franz-Josef Worsch, a merchant in Peterswald, has also taken over the office of the former accountant Anton Schönbach for the church in Peterswald and Nollendorf.

The construction of the church and the cemetery, approved on June 2, 1913, was adjusted with 11773 Kronen and was transferred to the master builder Karl Grohmann from Peterswald with a deduction of 4000 Kronen.

The holy father Pius X died On Tuesday, Aug. 20, 1914, the Telegraph wore out into the wide world, the funeral news, that our Holy Father, Pope Pius X, had gently fallen asleep in the Lord at 2:10 am.    The circumstances surrounding this death are quite unique .  Pope Pius X died in the midst of the most terrible confusion the world has ever seen . A terrible war may raise the globe to its foundations and it is the full truth when it is reported from Rome that gentle Pius was thrown from terror to the deathbed. A minor illness, a short bronchial catarrh was the cause of death.  It is comforting for us that almost in death the Holy Father expressed the hope that now the enemies of St. Church would be humbled. When he urged him to intervene against the outbreak of the war, he replied: the only ruler for whom an intervention could be successful was Emperor Franz Josef.  But with him the intervention is impossible, because the war in Austria is all too fair (!?)  He was elected to the pope on August 10, 1903. The ecclesiastical coronation of Cardinal Josef Sarto to the pope took place on 10 Aug. 1903. On August 21, 1914, the body of the Holy Father was already lowered into the cool crypt in St. Peter, as Pope Pius X did not want to be embalmed.

The new Pope Benedict XV.    The Catholic world, in the midst of the turmoil of war, which is now trembling throughout the world, has been given a new head, more quickly than anyone thought. On September 3, 1914, the Archbishop of Bologna, Giacomo de la Chiosa, was elected pope in the conclave and he chose the name of Benedict. The new Pope was born on 21.Nov. Born in Genoa in 1854.

Austria’s peoples are deeply moved by the grave of Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife, Archduchess of Hohenberg, who were so horribly murdered on June 28, 1914. The clergy of Austria united his prayers with those of all Austrian Catholics, that the Almighty may grant the two eternal rest.

The successor to the throne and his wife were murdered by conspirators in Sarajevo on June 28, 1914.  A few days later the Russian ambassador Hartwig suddenly died in Belgrade, in the house of the Austrian ambassador Giesl, to whom he arrived after 9 o’clock in the evening To a certain extent to apologize to Serbia as public opinion allowed them to sympathize with the assassins. He had barely spoken a few sentences as he sank dead from the chair. It is certain that Hartwig exercised the greatest influence on the hostile mood of Serbia against Austria. It was he who has rushed and stoked for years on his own initiative.   Russia wants the Serbs to prepare Austria’s weak side, using its dissatisfied South Slavs, to unleash the lotions that at the time Piedmont prepared Rome.

The emperor is dead.    A devastating mourning, long feared and yet come too suddenly, on the late evening of the 21st And in the morning hours of November 22, 1916 went out of the peaceful castle of Schönbrunn out into the world. The Emperor is dead.  Hapsburg’s peoples have been severely tested by Providence, sighing at this painful news, and as if paralyzed by the first terror, hearts and thoughts stood still for a moment.    The emperor dead! Dead in the middle of the world war, when the day of victory dawns and the dawn of peace paints its first glimmer in the sky.

Which of his sons and subjects does not mourn the tearful eyes of him, the benevolent father of his millions of children, the mild and chivalrous ruler and noble offspring of the Habsburg tribe, equal to the wise monarch and emperor of his peoples and to Langer, but also to the rare man? exemplary as a man and a Christian in the fulfillment of his duties, which had imposed on him conscience and faith, God and his office.

The Emperor is dead.  So says young and old, because they knew only one emperor and he is now dead.  Dead on the threshold of a new great period of time in Austria, Hungary and the European cultural world.

The Emperor is dead.  His iron will, too, which up to now has kept him to his prime, where others have long been at peace, and in the midst of every stroke of fate which every single man could have crushed a hard man, and his imperial office until the last hours of his life with a high degree of intellectual power, had to bow to the commandment of death. The fatal blows of the emperor could not have been harder than those of the individual Peterswälder, so my great-grandmother died of hunger and my great-great-grandmother hung herself in the despair of the famine around 1870 ).

The Emperor is dead.  But only his mortal shell. His soul dwells on its flocks, to whom he served faithfully in life, to whom he so often gave honor to his people, wherever he was in charge of his peoples fates in humble prayers.

Who does not remember 4 years ago when he followed with the murdered heir to the throne at the Eucharistic World Congress at the Blessed Sacrament in worship in the Galawagen. Who does not know the image of the praying emperor as he invokes God’s support for his armies and his kingdom in the world war.

May the Almighty receive the soul of his faithful servant, Emperor Franz-Josef, to the glowing multitudes of those heroes who excite by his word and example, in faithful duty to the Emperor and Fatherland, their blood and life in the sacred struggle ( this designation is heard also for wars of the 20 / 21st century from the Middle East ) on the battlefields or in the hinterland.

war mission    From 24 is May 29, 1917 which is arranged by the Very Reverend Pastors extraordinary mission took place here, to which the faithful masses flocked especially in recent days. The 1,000-person local beautiful church was usually overcrowded. Fr. Arthur Bräuer from Mariaschein spoke magnificent heart-winning word and his confessional showed the fruits to it. More than 200 adults and over 250 children received the hl. Sacraments, although almost 500 had made their Easter confession. 06/19/1917

Electric lighting in the local parish church : A pious Guttäter, Mr. Franz Hiebsch, metal goods manufacturer in Peterswald No. 149, together with his pious, unfortunately already on November 11, 1917 already deceased very pious wife, Frieda Marie Hiebsch, have quite own of the local, already by numerous Guttätern by efforts of the Pastor’s so richly decorated parish church a beautiful electric lighting system of 4621 Kr. 50 H. gifted.

Likewise, a pious good-bye, Mrs. Anna Püschel, Metallwarenfabrikantensgattin in Peterswald No. 352, on the occasion of her in a north of the village Lisono, Konel, located grove on Nov. 7, 1915 as a hero fallen and died buried in the local cemetery son , Mr. Franz-Josef Püschel, unmarried locksmith, the local parish church a beautiful very elaborate statue of the Sacred Heart of Jesus by the company Müller in Munich including electrical lighting system in an extent of 150 bulbs and in an amount of 1701 Kr. 50 H. Vergelt the noble goddess of God a thousand times !!!!

Confirmation days On June 15, 1918, at about 5 o’clock in the afternoon, the most venerable diocesan Bishop, his Excellency, Monsignor Josef Gross, made his entry into Peterswald, in order to receive the St. Sacrament of Confirmation to donate. Among  others, the mayor of the village, Herr Hermann Wolf, Nr. 275, appeared.  At the door of the triumph and before entering the church, two white-robed girls, Ernestine Kühnel, No. 147 and Hedwig Haase No. 182, gave meaningful speeches for which they also received gifts.   At half-past eleven, the high pastor gave a long sermon, after which the adults were confirmed. On the whole received 444 persons the hl. Sacrament of Confirmation.  At 3 o’clock in the afternoon of the same day, his Excellency went to Tetschen.    The local metalware manufacturer Franz-Anton Schönbach, No. 122, and his wife, Marie Schönbach, donated to the local parish church a new 500 kg steel bell worth 5000 crowns.    About request of Peter Walder priest, Alois Skliba, the Reverend Consistory in Litomerice the bell were of the same Episcopal consistory according Communication from 29/09/1918 to Benediktiva authorized, which on the third Sundays of Advent on December 15, 1918 afternoon at 2 o’clock in the presence of the noble benefactor and a large amount of the people was done.  On December 20, the new bell was raised by the south-facing tower window and hung in the Langer and at the Vigilie the high Christmas in the evening by the donor of this bell, Mr. Franz-Anton Schönbach, the first time to the “angelus domini” rang , The name of the bell: “Franz-Alois Maria”. 04/12/1919

To Mr. Franz Hiebsch, manufacturer    “The cath. According to the decree of March 26, 1919, the provincial administration of the religious fund churches and parishes in Peterswald and Nollendorf, Mr. Anton Löbel, Savings Bank official in Peterswald, has relieved him of this function and in his stead, in agreement with the episcopal consistory in Leitmeritz, he became the commissioner of these ordered two churches and parishes. “21.8.1921 Pohl

June 16, 1921    Mr. Maximilian Kühnel, Peterswald 513, I hereby request your well-born to the provincial commissioner for the parish churches in Peterswald and Nollendorf in place of the former Vogteikommissärs, Mr. Franz Hiebsch. The district captain Klanicko

July 7, 1921 Constructions The Ministry of Education and Reconnaissance has approved by decrees of January 24, 1921, the construction estimated at the amount of 9654 Kr. 55 H. The master mason Weigend is entrusted with the implementation.

Slump in the local parish church in the post from 21 December 1921 to 1 January 1922 broke through the small church windows unknown perpetrators and wicked in the local parish church, and after they have resigned from the Tabernacle on the altar steps, she vomited the same force means chandelier peaks that have partially broken away and stolen from the same a small Monstranz and a Riborium of copper. The hl. Hosts scattered them on the altar steps.   The tabernacle, the altar cross, the altar lamp and the electrical system at the high altar were severely damaged. I, Alois Skliba, Dean, immediately organized a collection among the prisoners, the result of which amounted to more than 5000 Kr.  Around this amount the stolen objects could be bought again by the company Johann Staneck in Prague, namely the monstrance for 2663 Kr. And the riborium for 1846 Kr. A tabernacle was also renewed by the church painter  Herr Herrmann Perthen from Tyssa.  The church chandelier and the electrical system were immediately repaired by the local metalware manufacturer Mr. Franz Hiebsch, No. 149.

Celebration of 25 years pastoral work of Alois Skliba, dean in the local parish. On January 20, 1922, therefore, on the day of the baptism of St. Martyrs Fabian and Sebastian arranged the local thankful parish on the occasion of my 25-year pastoral activity in this parish a very beautiful and imposing celebration. At 9 o’clock in the morning, with the participation of the clergy at the head of the Reverend Herr Konsistorialrat, Episcopal Vicar, Mr. Eduard Schönbach-Nitsche, and a very large number of the population, I was directed to the festively decorated church.  Before entering the church, two girls dressed in white, Anna Stille, no. 317 and Karolina Kühnel, no. 147, gave meaningful speeches and presented magnificent flower bouquets. After the sermon, Mr. Fritz Hiebsch, No. 149, gave me a meaningful speech and handed me a very beautiful silver candle on a cushion, and a white-robed girl, Hedwig Haase, No. 182, also addressed me and handed me a present a very beautiful silver bouquet with the number 25.  After thanking the clergy and the parish, I celebrated a very solemn High Mass with the help of five priests.  As long as I live, I will never forget the celebration which the local grateful parish has unexpectedly arranged for me. God knows it; I did not seek and celebrate the festivities of the same day, I defended myself to the best of my ability, but my will proved more powerless than love and the hot impetuosity of my dear parishioners. My heartfelt and deepest thanks to all!

Pope Benedict XV    A shattering mourning message overtakes the whole Catholic world. The Father of Christendom, our beloved Pope Benedict XV. has been recalled by the Council of God, Sunday, January 22, 1922 at 6 o’clock in the morning from the earthly vale of tears to a better afterlife. He was subject to a treacherous illness. He was nicknamed “Peace Prince”.           

Long live Pope Pius XI.    A pious godfather, Mr. Franz Hiebsch, metalware manufacturer No. 149, together with his pious wife, Mrs. Frieda Hiebsch, have given the local parish church, already richly endowed by numerous landlords by the efforts of the pastor,   a beautiful Christmas flu. The same has been supplied by the sculptor Mr. Martinäus Schönbach and in terms of work and price all parishioners very satisfied.  

Lt. Decree of the Political Regional Administration in Prague of January 12, 1923, the Ministry of Education and Folk Culture with the decree of December 21, 1922, the construction of the church roof, rebuilding the collapsed garden wall at the church and the parsonage in Peterswald with the quite manageable Amount of 1764 Kr. Granted and arranged to carry out. May 5, 1924

Forty-year priestly jubilee of the pastor On June 17, 1925 , it was 40 years that the pastor in Peterswald, dean Alois Skliba, received the sacrament of Holy Orders. The Peterswalder thought me with congratulatory letters and also thoughtful and valuable gifts. Special mention should be made of this event, a splendid chalice worth CZK 2,000 crowned by several parishioners and a beautiful image of Mary worth CZK 1,000 from the parish.

Benediction of the new A bell as Sacred Heart bell On the 7th Sunday after Whitsun, on the afternoon of July 19, 1925, at 2 o’clock, the benediction of the new A bell became the Sacred Heart of Jesus, which was destined for the lower part of the local parish, in the presence of many benefactors, the white-robed girls, the Landjungendbund and a large crowd of the people according to the rite of Ordinariatsblattes of 15 Aug. 1908 by Alois Skliba, dean in Peterswald, completed.

Elections for the House of Representatives and Senate On November 15, 1925 , general elections were held for the House of Representatives and the Senate. The result of these elections in our parish was as follows:

Persons entitled to vote were:      1.  For the Chamber of Deputies 1723                                                                          2.  For the Senate                                           1520

The votes cast were:                 1.  For the House of Representatives 1519                                                                          2.  For the Senate                                           1367

invalid votes were:                       1.  For the Chamber of Deputies 2.  For the Senate 13                                                                      

 

The votes of each party:      House of Representatives            Senate    1. Czech  2. (6) German National Party                                            181                                          168 3. (9) German Social Democrat. Workers’ Party  475 410 4. (11) German christl. Social People’s Party 148 146                                   6. (15) Communist Party                                           209                                         185  7. (17) Dt. National Socialist Arb. Party                   133                                          117 8. (20) Ceskeslovenska narodne                                          9 7 9. (21) Ceskeslovenska strana socialiska                          3 3 10. (26) Ceskeslovenska strana lidova                               2 2 11. (27) Federation d.Landwirte u. Dt. Business section  358 312                                                   

Confirmation :    On May 6, 1926, at 3:20 am, the Most Reverend Diocesan Bishop, His Excellency Monsignor Josef Gross, made his visit to Peterswald to make the church visitation, and St. Sacrament of Confirmation to donate. For the solemn reception of his excellency were the community representative Peterwald, the praiseworthy financial guard department, the laudable post office, the representatives of all local clubs, the festively dressed school children dislocated, which formed trellises to festive decorated church.  The mayor of the village, Mr. Anton Kühnel, master carpenter in Peterswald No. 174, now gave a welcome speech to the most honored Bishop, whereupon his episcopal graces thanked him most cordially.

In the storm, the high guest had conquered the hearts. Now the train moved to the church with a solemn bell sound. At the gate and before entering the church, a white-robed girl, Margarete Kühnel, a metalware manufacturer’s daughter from Peterswald No. 147, gave a meaningful speech. On the whole received 425 persons the hl. Sacrament of Confirmation. At 3 o’clock in the afternoon of the same day, his Excellency returned to Kulm. 

Fahnenweihe    On June 13, 1926 , the consecration of the new flag of the federal and rural youth of Peterswald took place under great sympathy of the people of Peterswald, as well as many other foreign clubs. The service was held outdoors. The patrons were Marie Schönbach, farmer’s wife from Peterswald 207 and Emilie Kühnel, farmer’s wife from Peterswald 56 ( my great-great-aunt .

In the years between 1926 and 1930, Pastor Skliba started writing Czech, unfortunately in Old German script, so that no Czech and there were quite a few I interviewed, even a translation bureau ) could translate into German.        

However, he wrote the general elections for the House of Representatives and the Senate of October 28, 1929 in German:

  1.  The votes of individual parties: House of Representatives Senate  Dt. christl. socialist. Volks u.Gewerbepartei 212 197                                                
  2.  Communist Party 284 264                                                                                       

3rd   Bundle d. Farmers and rural businesses 252 245                                                

  1.  German Social Democratic Workers’ Party 400 361                                                           
  2.  German National Party 134 110                                                                                     
  3.  Ceskoslovenska strana socialisticka                       6                                                  6
  4.  Ceskoslovenska social democraticka strana         1                                       1     
  5.  Ceskoslovenska strana lidova                                         1                                    2       
  6.  Republicanska strana                                                         1                                     0      
  7. Ceskoslovenska strana       4 4                                         
  8. Dt.National Socialist Workers’ Party    169 166                                                         

  The census on December 1, 1930 in Peterswald regarding the confession of religion: Peterswald :                               2381 Catholics                                                               59 Old Catholics                   52 non-religious   Neuhof :                                        108 Catholics       3 Old Catholics                                                           27 non-religious   In the whole Pfarrsprengel are thus:                                                      2489 Catholics          62 Old Catholics            79 non-religious The Old Catholics and non-denominational are mostly from the foreign, especially from neighboring Saxony here moved. The local parishioners are not easily lured to waste. 08/06/1931   1896 – 1932 Alois Skliba * 29.8.1861 On 12.6.1932 , according to the will of the Lord, death put an end to the longtime pastor of Peterswald.   Until just before, laborious and indestructible despite his age and frailty, a purulent cecum, worsened by diabetes, caused demise. In the hospital in Teplitz died Mr. Dechant Alois Skliba, provided with the hl. Sacraments. The funeral was a great tribute to the deceased. A large number of priests, also from the wider area, countless crowds of believers, wanted to give him the last thanks. Rev. Mr. District Vicar Edmund Tobisch held the St. Requim and the condakt.      Mr Bürgerguers Josef Karger thanked the community and the school for the sacrificial services. Mr. Dean Alois Skliba was in Peterswald for over 35 years, his efforts to maintain the church had been recognized by the most prestigious episcopal consistory by the titles “Dean” and “episcopal notary”. His body rests on field II of the religious cemetery, at the entrance, 1st tomb, left.  To commemorate him, a picture is glued in depicting the dean and his brother. ( no picture left ) Josef Stiel    . The hochw Reverend Bernard maneuvers of Nollendorf became the Ecurrando Administrator ( This is an impartial coming from outside executor of the late pastor, he solves the heritage and checks the posthumous Finance, which he then passes the following pastors ) On October 31 In 1932 , the writer moved in as a new pastor in Peterswald. A short overview of my CV:     Born on September 24, 1897 in Rosshaupt, Tachau district    I studied at the high school in Leitmeritz in the years 1908 – 1915.  From 1916 until the end of the war I was engaged in the military, including 1 ½ years in field service. After studying theology in Leitmeritz in the period 1918-1922 I was employed as a chaplain in Gablonz aN.   After major repairs ( installation of the electric light pipe, setting up the ovens, coloring ), which took several weeks, the house could be moved. On Sunday, the 13th of November was the celebration of the installation. Reverend Father, District Vicar Edmund Tobisch took the same action. Reverend. Pastor Augustin Grohmann from Zinnwald, a native of Peterswalder, gave the sermon. In addition to a large crowd of believers, the representatives of the authorities, as well as the local associations ( veterans, fire brigade, Deutscher Turnverein, singing club, agricultural association, German youth association had gathered at the invitation of the mayor Josef Karger  In addition, a delegation arrived densely occupied with acquaintances from the Gablonzer Kirchsprengel.   This was the last and only entry of Pastor Stiel, after pastor Alois Skliba died, who unfortunately did not continue the chronicle, but many who read this chronicle still have their own memories of that time and it would be nice if anyone could could bring to paper. I would very much like to continue this until 1945. For the time being, however – following Pastor Stil’s remarks – I will, in the words of Dr. Ing. Rudolf Püschel the continuation of the chronicle, which began on May 31, 2008 make:   31.5.2008 – New inauguration of the Baroque Cross Understanding – Friendship Peace Is new part of the inscription of the 1796 built and restored in 2008 baroque cross in the cemetery in Peterswald, to its inauguration on 31 May 2008 native Czechs and displaced Germans, a total of 150 between six and 85 years, met. Liane Jung, caretaker of the internally displaced person Peterswalder, welcomed those present, namely Vicar General Monsignore Karel Havelka, Deputy Mayor Walter Wolf, the Cross Restorer, Michael Bilek from Peterswald, the Markersbacher male choir and the Peterswalder Kinderchor. She read a greeting from Bernhard Bessel, mayor of the city of Hainburg, the German godparents of Peterswald and patron of the expelled Peterswalder. Bessel congratulated on the inauguration of the restored baroque cross and regretted not being able to attend the inauguration ceremony.  He thanked the initiators of the restoration (Liane Jung, Renate von Babka, Rüdiger Waurig and Dr. Rudolf Püschel), the 25 donors responsible for the funding, and the sculptor Michael Bilek from Peterswalde for their workmanship and artistic success. The restoration of the cemetery cross proves to him the veracity of Friedrich von Schiller’s words: “Homeland is probably the dearest thing people have”. Literally he wrote: “….. who keeps his home and his origin alive in the heart, can muster the strength to shape the future with moderation, steadiness, patience, courage and confidence.” And further: “… this beautiful cross, which is newly consecrated today, stands not only for your dignity and solidarity with your homeland, but also for your deep and firm faith (in God), which you also in the most difficult situations have stopped; so you could always give direction to your life, instead of becoming empty inside and disoriented “. Then General Vicar Monsignore Karel Havelka from Leitmeritz blessed the cross. He called the restoration a great work of art, and rewarded the donors and restorers with a heartfelt “Pardon God”. He expressed the hope that the injustice of expulsion would never be repeated. Pointing to the Holy Cross, he recalled the salvation and reconciliation of humanity through Jesus Christ. The blessing ended with praying together of the “Lord’s Prayer” and “Hail Mary,” and singing the hymn “Great God we praise you”.   The Monsignor’s Words reminded the reviewer of a scene that television had shown almost exactly 40 years ago: it was at the time of the Prague Spring when communist party leader Dubcek tried to give some humanity to communism in the Czechoslovak Socialist People’s Republic. He once appeared on the balcony of the Hradschin to accept the homage to tens of thousands of his followers. Microphone or speakers were not available. So Dubcek pointed first to himself, then to the crowd and then spread his arms as a gesture of embrace.  This gesture, too, symbolized the cross, which therefore also has significance outside of the Christian religion: the cross post symbolizes a relationship between earth and heaven and thus between God and man. His bar symbolizes the outstretched arms of the Redeemer as a symbol of interpersonal relationships. Thus, the cross is a symbol of understanding, friendship and peace between people, regardless of their race, religion, nationality or political attitude. Walter Wolf, deputy Czech mayor of Peterswald, welcomed the participants on behalf of his community representatives. He described the cross inauguration as evidence of a peaceful coexistence of the present Czech with the former German inhabitants of Peterswald, despite the “time of darkness in our relations … between the years 1938-45 and (in the) subsequent period”.  He proclaimed the preservation and restoration of the ruin of the Peterswalder Baroque church, which he regards as the dominant and cultural asset of his community, and expressed the hope of being able to welcome all those present at the inauguration. At the end of the celebration, Renate von Babka thanked the guests for coming. She quoted from one of the last letters of the Nollendorfer Willibald Bail, who had looked forward to the inauguration of the cross, the death but then made the participation impossible. He wrote: “Youth wants peace and reconciliation. She finds it easier to forgive because she did not have to experience misdeeds and expropriation. There are so many Czechs who want to reach out to reconciliation and peace. It would be new wrong not to accept this insight of the Czechs. “ The German initiators and donators of the Kreuzrestaurierung said goodbye to the German and Czech guests in the conviction that they had made a valuable contribution not only to the Sudeten German culture of remembrance, but also to the understanding between the two peoples, in the spirit of Willibald Bail, the Christian and others Religions, and the “Charter of German Expellees” adopted in 1950. Rudolf Püschel, Mountain View CA, USA                                                                                                                              Epilogue This was the summary of the parish chronicle from the year 1825 onwards. I was able to experience a lot of it up close and that, I hope, goes as well for the reader.   Some nights I used the magnifying glass to “blow my ears” to put together word for letter, often very poorly legible writing of the various pastors, into a single word. What I add as an afterword only reflects my feelings and hopes; I speak only for my person, because everyone, especially the experience generation, has its own feelings and opinions: After 1945followed a long, dark and difficult period of mutual relations between the displaced Germans and the Czechs. In 1969 , as a child, I was in Peterswald with my parents. I was well aware that my parents were expelled there, but under what circumstances, I was not talked about. Well, in 1969 I was a beginning “teen”, I saw the world quite loosely and did not worry about the expulsion. I went with the guys Heinz Kopp, Peter Doleschal and Pepi Prochaska from Peterswald into the disco in the town hall and found Peterswald quite wonderful. After that came other interests for me; I got married, my dad died early and I had to take care of Mama and the conversion and the preservation of my heritage in Backnang, after that mom got sick and I had to take care of my mother besides my job. These were hard years for me.  When the time came when I could do more for myself, I always had Peterswald in the back of my mind and I always wanted to know who my ancestors were and with this research I started, as I said, several years ago very intense and it has lost none of the fascination to find out how it used to be.  But I’m also worried about the future. When the accession of the Czech Republic came to the EU, many things changed concerning the relationship between Germans and Czechs. One is now a “united Europe”.  In the meantime all limits have fallen and you can move freely. For the first time in the Czech Republic, there was a Minister for Human Rights and National Minorities, Dr. Ing. Dzamila Stehlikova, apologizing to fellow citizens of German nationality in her 2007/2008 New Year letter. (see expression) The 31 May 2008- A new age of relationships with the home of my ancestors begins. For the first time there was something jointly organized between present and former inhabitants of Peterswald; the inauguration ceremony of the Baroque Cross of 1796 restored in the Peterswald cemetery by financing of former Peterswaldern. In my speech during this celebration, I expressed the hope that this day will be a milestone in relations and that I would like to follow the recommendations of the recently deceased, Willibald Bail, in one of his last letters: Youth wants peace,  It is easier for you because you did not have to experience the expulsion. It would be new injustice to reject the hand which many Czechs hand us to reconciliation. Naturally, it is also important to me, and I hope for the mayor, Mr. Kutina, and his deputy, that the roots of our ancestors in Peterswald be respected. This common day should not be the last common project. Mr Rüdiger Waurig and myself, we have various plans for the future, which we will first implement in October 2008 – a joint hiking week. During my various stays in Peterswald, I was able to make many contacts with the younger generation of the Peterswalders; they were always pleasant encounters. In addition, I feel very connected to Peterswald, but I am extremely grateful that I am born in “my Schwobaländle” and may live here, because in contrast to the above young generation in Peterswald I have a very beautiful and simple life, which I my parents and their life of deprivation during the expulsion and the time afterwards.